35 Burst results for "80,000"

Armed and Dangerous: An IRS 'Army'

The Trish Regan Show

01:52 min | 4 d ago

Armed and Dangerous: An IRS 'Army'

"Has the reputation it has for being just awful and bureaucratic and all those things and nobody really likes them. And of course everybody fears them. I understand it. I get it. They apparently. And maybe this has always been the case. I don't know, but it's being, it's being called to attention that the new job posting requires you to be able to legally carry a firearm. Very, very interesting stuff, right? Why would you need a firearm? At the IRS, well, it goes on, the job description says you must maintain a level of fitness. Necessary to effectively respond to life threatening situations on the job. What are these IRS agents doing? How would it be a life threatening situation when you're calculating numbers? I mean, wouldn't you bring in some other teams for the stuff that's going to involve the firearms? And the dangerous situations, I think it's a question worth asking, you need to quote, be willing and able to participate in arrests. Execution of search warrants and other dangerous assignments. Look, the administration is kind of in the hot seat right now because one nobody likes the IRS. Everybody should be paying their taxes, of course. I'm not encouraging anything other than that. So don't try and read anything into this. Those on the left that might think otherwise. We do need some accountability there. So I'm not against that. But I just find it rather strange that they're hiring 80,000 new IRS agents apparently they want to grow the agency, according to the fact checkers at The Washington Post by 25 to 30%. So they want to get the agency personnel bigger, stronger, and apparently armed with firearms.

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Biden Wants Armed IRS Agents

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:42 sec | Last week

Biden Wants Armed IRS Agents

"The Biden administration and the left the Democrats are going to sick the IRS. They want to hire 80,000 more IRS agents. 80,000 more workers to make your life a living hell. If you're in the working class. But their homies that they fly on private jets with. No problem. They'll be able to afford attorneys accountants. They'll know the tricks of the trade, all that kind of good stuff. They'll get past this. But these people with the IRS come for you, it can take months. It can take years. Now, let me introduce you to another story, representative Matt Gaetz had to have just a news, introduces a bill to ban the IRS from acquiring ammunition. Why do these people need firearms in the IRS?

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The Real Problem With Piracy

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:05 min | 3 months ago

The Real Problem With Piracy

"Let me talk a little bit about, well, piracy. By piracy, we mean this. And by the way, we're not raising this topic indignation. But what's happened is whenever you put a movie and this was through number 80,000 people saw it and the virtual premiere, what happens is people turn on their phones or they what they do is they create a download. And then they just put it online and so the movie has been pirated. By the way, this is common with movies. Movies get pirated and typically movie companies have to hire these anti piracy firms to take those pirated sites down. But let's talk about look, if some guy doesn't have any money and he's like, I can't afford to pay for the movie. And he finds it free. I'm not begrudging that guy. I'm not upset about it. But what I do want to say is that by and large, we don't like it. And we'll tell you really why. It has to do more with our business model. Right, our business plan. And this also, you know, I'm getting a lot of emails about people wanting to do screenings for large people and for large groups of people. And so that too is a problem. Why? Because you buy a DVD for 29 bucks or however much it is. And then you have a thousand people go in there and watch it. So the problem is that if this goes on and on and on, we do not make our money back. We can make movies. We can't make movies, which we continue to do. So these movies are very see a lot of documentaries are not that much to make, but ours are unique. Well, we spend money on them because we make them theatrical. We make them so that it's a real movie. This is not a case where we interview four people and that's the movie. Right. So I think what Debbie's getting out is this, look, we have no objection to people with their family or calling some friends do beat by all means. We're not talking about that. We're talking about things like, well, this is some of your friends in the Rio Grande valley when they learned about the virtual premiere, they literally set up a convention center where a thousand people were going to come in basically it went to buy one ticket and a thousand people watching the movie for

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Trump Gears Up for Truth Social, Probably Won't Return to Twitter

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:04 min | 3 months ago

Trump Gears Up for Truth Social, Probably Won't Return to Twitter

"One thing that got me thinking was, what is the impact of this going to be on other platforms? And particularly kind of alternative conservative leaning platforms that were set up because Twitter was so closed and closed minded. What's going to happen to get her and what's going to happen to parler, what's going to happen to truth social? Well, here's some good news. I actually just saw this and then Devin Nunes texted it to me. I'm looking at the apps and the top free apps in America right now. Number one, truth social. Number two, Twitter. So this is very telling. And this is good news. In fact, just in recent days, shrewd social has really opened up. I've noticed, for example, my own following on fruit social, it was hovering around 70 or 80,000 growing by, you know, a thousand or so a day. And suddenly I noticed, it's over a 100,000. It's a 150,000. Now it's over 200,000 and all of this has happened in a few days. So this really shows you how platforms can grow when you're not being restricted on them. And I don't think that even straightening out Twitter is going to eliminate the need for these alternative platforms, not to mention that I think in a free marketplace of ideas, you want multiple options. I mean, there's no reason you can't have, in a sense, just as you, you know, you don't have to be limited to a sort of one type of car or a one type of restaurant, you're gonna find that each of these platforms sort of finds their own particular style and their own particular niche. Now Trump apparently is not going to go back on Twitter even if they let him. And of course, I see no reason that Musk wouldn't let him, but Trump basically goes, you know what, I've set up my own. I've got true social and Trump actually says that he's going to begin true thing over the next week. This is very interesting because so far, well, it's been mainly in the beta phase and a lot of us have been vigorously boasting on food social, but no Trump. Trump just sort of a little bit of a welcome to truth social, but apparently he's now moving into gear to start posting and I think that's going to drive explosive

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Ohio Voters Focused on Energy Policies

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Ohio Voters Focused on Energy Policies

"What is the sleeper issue? Is it fracking? Is it agriculture? Is it the water of Lake Erie that the other states want? What is the sleeper issue that national people like me who don't get back to the Buckeye state often enough are talking about? You know, more and more I'm hearing about energy. I was with a group of people last night, Ohio is a huge manufacturing state. People are starting to really recognize that our energy policies are not only failing us economically, but failing us in a national security standpoint. Ohioans, we've had over 80,000 Ukrainians here. They recognize that. Joe Biden's policies to make us energy policies that are attacking our oil and gas industry. We have over 250,000 jobs here in Ohio related to the oil and gas industry. So people are waking up to our energy policies that the Democrats have failed us on.

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Jack Maxey: 450GB of Erased Material Found on Hunter Biden Laptop

Mark Levin

01:06 min | 4 months ago

Jack Maxey: 450GB of Erased Material Found on Hunter Biden Laptop

"I've spent half the show on this It's important It's from the daily mail Exclusive Whistleblower who handed hunters a banded laptop to congressman and daily mail dot com reveals is 450 gigabytes of deleted material My understanding is that's a crap load Including 80,000 images and videos and has fled to Switzerland fearing retaliation from The White House Oh why but he worried about The White House It's just lunch bucket Joe whistleblower Jack maxi gave daily mail dot com a copy of the hard drive from Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop at the spring of 2021 Daily mail dot com has published dozens of stories exposing hunters drug use sex obsession and questionable business dealings For the past two weeks maxi has been in hiding in Zürich Switzerland working with IT experts to dig out more data from the laptop from hell He says he intends to post them all online and a database in the coming weeks

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Jack Maxey: 450GB of Erased Material Found on Hunter Biden Laptop

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Jack Maxey: 450GB of Erased Material Found on Hunter Biden Laptop

"I had heard from a very credible source about some of the same stuff and people were like hey you just make it up You want to apologize Here's Jack Maxie talking about what else may be on the Hunter Biden laptop Check this out But my guys were so good and one of them particularly said I feel like there's more there Jack Can I look I said sure you know Oh I know how to do is turn on my computer That's about it And he started searching First thing we found were 4000 little microscopic thumbnails of a race pictures Those pictures were brought up We can see them all Then I'm sitting there I've been on the phone as you can imagine all week and he says my God I just found another 20 gigabytes of this and that and this and that and ultimately we found 450 gigabytes of what hunter thought was erased material Now some of it was duplicate But amongst those things were 80,000 images and videos And when my tech guy first started looking at them it was very uncomfortable Many of them were young girls for some reason sending pictures of hunter with their tongues out And I said you got to stop You have to stop If he meant to erase these pictures I was feeling there could be a high likelihood that there was something that no man or woman with assault would want to see And then I would be instantly obligated to go to the Swiss police And I wanted to make sure before that eventuality had to come to pass that we had archived all the other material Now since then we've found thousands and thousands of PDFs we didn't know about We believe that we've been able to scrape all the attachments that we keep finding more and more things

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"80,000" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:38 min | 8 months ago

"80,000" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"A couple told The New York Times that after two years of less recent renovations mean they're no longer able to share their house with blank They're respective mothers in law No with 80,000 bees A couple discovered this colony living in their shower two years ago but decided and this is a real quote we were like we'll leave you alone You leave us alone They were nice bees When they finally called a beekeeper to relocate the hive he was shocked to find that the entire bathroom was covered in 100 pounds of honey The hive was successfully removed making way for the couple's new roommates 80,000 hungry bears Bill how did faith do in our quiz They've had 6 ripe for 12 more points she now has 14 and the lead All right I'm going to arbitrarily pick Tom to go next fill in the blank On Tuesday the house recommended criminal contempt charges against former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows Right On Monday the Supreme Court rejected a request to block New York's blank mandate for health workers Vaccination right during a video call this week Vladimir Putin and blank jointly agreed to reject western interference on security issues Was it the Chinese premier It was China to avoid the U.S. defaulting the Senate voted to raise the blank by $2.5 trillion on Tuesday The debt ceiling right To commemorate the death of Kim Jong il North Korea announced it was banning blank for 11 days Sex All laughter on Wednesday and NASA probe became the first spaceship to touch the blank The rings of Saturn No the sun made it to the outer Corona of the sun Following the example of a store in Buffalo workers at two Starbucks in Boston filed to join a blank A union Right This.

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"80,000" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

03:29 min | 10 months ago

"80,000" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"If like me, you live with teenage boys, you might well be under the impression that you live with the creatures with the biggest appetites the world has ever produced. However, they can not, in fact, compete with whales, the largest animals ever to have lived on earth. Blue whales can be almost a hundred feet long, and they have a will of an appetite. And piers no Greenfield boys reports on a new study showing that scientists have long underestimated just how much these giants can eat. Certain whales, like blue, fin and humpback whales, eat huge quantities of tiny, shrimp like krill. These whales gulp big mouthfuls of water and use bristly plates in their mouths to filter out the prey. Matthews is a biologist at Stanford University. He recently wondered how much can these whales gobbled down? I remember thinking, oh, well, we must know this, you know, this is something that seems like a basic question, and these are some of the most charismatic animals. Really in the history of life on earth, he says, if you just Google how much does a blue whale eat, you'll get an answer, but what I was surprised to find out is when I dug into where that answer came from, it didn't actually come from living breathing whales in the wild. All he could find were guesses based on extrapolations from the caloric needs of smaller animals, or the stomach contents of dead whales that had been hunted. But of course, that's just a snapshot from a morning of feeding or something like that depending on when the whale was caught. Sioux realized that it was possible to get much better estimates by monitoring tagged whales as they fed on swarms of krill. He and his colleagues used underwater devices that can measure the size and density of a swarm by sending out pulses of sound. And then the instrument listens to the returning echoes, reflected back. His group tracked hundreds of whales as they chowed down. The results in the journal nature show that on average, these whales eat way more than expected, three times more. In just one day, a blue whale can eat between ten and 20 tons of food. That amount of food is somewhere in the range of 20 to 50 million calories. It's a lot of calories. And that is about 70 to 80,000 Big Macs. It's the equivalent of what a person would eat over decades. He says, given how much whale populations can eat, how are these whales going to be able to recover when it appears that at this time, their food limited? Krill populations have dramatically declined in recent decades. Some scientists blame the loss of whales that not only ate lots of food, but also made enormous amounts of poop, whale poop contains iron and other nutrients. It fertilizes the ocean and helps krill. Asha de vos is the founder of ocean swell, a marine conservation group in Sri Lanka. She says, some researchers have talked about artificially fertilizing the ocean to boost krill and give whales more food. I think it's really complicated and I do think that unless it's done well, it can actually have unintended consequences that could be negative. And she says, there's plenty of other ways to help whales, like protecting them from getting hit by ships or tangled in floating nets. Nell Greenfield boys, NPR news..

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"80,000" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"80,000" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Biden administration. No, no, no, no, no, no. Biden decided he needed to to distract away from his failures in Afghanistan. By playing the C card cozied covid covid cokehead covid Covid covid. Biden announced, uh, what he calls six mandates on covid 19. It actually ended up being closer like 11 or 12. I kind of lost count, but six broad categories on Covid 19. And as he's doing it, uh he gave one of the most divisive speeches, although for Biden there's a lot of competition, you know, speech after speech continues to be More and more toxic and divisive when our country craves unity and someone who can bring us together. Isn't that why they said Orange Man was bad? Orange man Bad He's so divisive Orange man bad. Oh, But we now have a president who takes the division to a whole new level. He basically says that the unvaccinated in this country are evil. Selfish, dangerous, dangerous and we need to go after them. And by the way, any Republicans also are in on the attack against your safety. Here's just a little little flavor of his press conference Audio four. This is a pandemic of the unvaccinated. And is caused by the fact that despite America having unprecedented and successful vaccination program Despite the fact that for almost five months, free vaccines have been available in 80,000 different locations. We still have nearly 80 million Americans who have failed to get the shot. So in other words, we have to be angry with 80 million Americans. His rhetoric continued to, you know, single out the unvaccinated. Last time I checked, Uh, hospitalizations have a pretty good number vaccinated Americans in them as well. And also the last time I checked. The delta variant Spike has been plateau ng and going down. Oh, and the last time I checked, yes, the fatality rate case, mortality rate and infection fatality rate for Covid 19 has plummeted. The lowest levels ever. But, hey, you know, let's continue to beat the hell out of 80 million Americans. Um Here's audio nine. We've had record job creation for a new administration. Economic growth unmatched in 40 years, we cannot let unvaccinated do This progress. Undo it. Turn it back. Oh, I see. So you know the the weak jobs report that this administration has been, um delivering or the fact that inflation Is skyrocketing. Um all of that isn't the You know the fault of socialist spending. It's not the fault of, um high taxes. It's not the fault of more regulation. Uh, no. It's the fault of Um, 80 million Americans who are unvaccinated. Really like. That's what you're going with. Are you also blaming them for the fact that We don't have workers that are willing to take jobs anymore because enough people are on your socialist programs with the unemployment programs. Please. It's just so transparent. This guy plays of divisive, toxic blame game instead of actually leading and bringing people together. Coming up. We're gonna go through his six or 11 point plan. Um, uh, There's there's a couple things in there. I like. The testing availability. Did I mention the testing availability? Like The concept that I said Republicans should have been talking about. Oh, I don't know. Six weeks ago. But most of it is well utter crap coming up and potentially unconstitutional and illegal coming up on the divine report, first traffic.

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Biden Knew Afghanistan Faced Invasion Theats by Pakistan, Told by Ghani

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Biden Knew Afghanistan Faced Invasion Theats by Pakistan, Told by Ghani

"But in mid July, Biden was intent on Ghani delivering a public message. And public plan that would sharp confidence in the Afghan government. He said. You clearly have the best military of 300,000 well armed forces. By the way, they've never had 300,000 armed forces. Versus 17 80,000 there clearly capable of fighting well, we will continue provide close air support for you know what the plan is and what we are doing. He pushed Connie to allow his defense Minister General Bismillah Karma Lama. To pursue a strategy that would focus on defending major population centers. And he urged the Afghan president to bring together some of the most powerful anti Taliban warlords in a show of support to reverse perceptions, perceptions of a crumbling government. He said. I really think I don't know whether you're aware just how much the perception around the world is that this is looking like a losing proposition. Which it is not. Not that it necessarily is that But so the conclusion I'm asking you to consider is putting together everyone. If they stand there and say they back the strategy you put together and put a warrior in charge in a military man con in charge of executing the strategy and that will change perception. And that will change an awful lot, I think, says Biden. Johnny responded by saying Afghanistan was facing not just the Taliban, but their foreign backers, he said. We're facing a full scale invasion composed of Taliban. Full Pakistani planning and logistical support and at least 10 to 15,000 international terrorists, predominantly Pakistanis thrown into this. You've never heard any of this. Neither did I have you, Mr Reducer. So they were being invaded. On top of everything else from Pakistan. You didn't know this either, folks. But Biden did.

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Supreme Court Ends Biden’s Eviction Moratorium

Guy Gordon

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Supreme Court Ends Biden’s Eviction Moratorium

"Thousands of renters and also a wail of a lot of landlords. Who have not been able to collect rent on many properties over the past 18 months. WJR senior news analyst Marie Osborne with more on that, Marie And guy housing protections for about 3.5 Million Americans is about to end 80,000 of those people here in Michigan With the Supreme Court ruling, the court ruled that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention didn't have the authority to impose the freeze in the first place. The court's majority wrote that if Congress had authorized the action, that would have been one thing, but the C D C and pose this moratorium on evictions based on an old statute. That authorized them to implement things like pest extermination. The justices wrote that the CDC did not have the sweeping authority to impose that kind of a measure. Well now here at home. The move has left

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"80,000" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"80,000" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

"In afghanistan were rapidly deteriorating and it was not clear what if any evacuation situation was going to look like in kabul that my what a difference a week makes last wednesday. It wasn't clear what the situation was going to be this week over. I think what over eighty thousand people have been evacuated already in flights are continuing at a very quick pace. Dozens of flights each day carrying hundreds of people each out of afghanistan to various places in the middle east and then onward whether or not. They're carried by us aircraft or us ally partners like the uk the royal australian air force the belgian air forces there the netherlands air force germany or force all sorts of evacuation flights and then being carried onward by either military aircraft Chartered or as we'll get to in a moment pressed into service civilian aircraft so a massive airlift effort has taken shape in just a matter of of days. Yeah and the white house. Provided some updated numbers that since august fourth tenth the us has evacuated and facilitated the evacuation of approximately eighty two thousand. Three hundred people on us military Fights and goes onto say since the end of july they have relocated about eighty seven thousand nine hundred people on us military collision flights and just in a span from three m eastern on august. Twenty fourth two three am eastern twenty fifth so a twenty four hour timespan they evacuated nineteen thousand people from kabul. So that's forty two. Us military flights have eleven thousand two hundred evacuees and forty eight. Coalition fights carried seventy eight hundred

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U.S. Says More Than 80,000 People Evacuated From Afghanistan

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

02:04 min | 1 year ago

U.S. Says More Than 80,000 People Evacuated From Afghanistan

"In afghanistan were rapidly deteriorating and it was not clear what if any evacuation situation was going to look like in kabul that my what a difference a week makes last wednesday. It wasn't clear what the situation was going to be this week over. I think what over eighty thousand people have been evacuated already in flights are continuing at a very quick pace. Dozens of flights each day carrying hundreds of people each out of afghanistan to various places in the middle east and then onward whether or not. They're carried by us aircraft or us ally partners like the uk the royal australian air force the belgian air forces there the netherlands air force germany or force all sorts of evacuation flights and then being carried onward by either military aircraft Chartered or as we'll get to in a moment pressed into service civilian aircraft so a massive airlift effort has taken shape in just a matter of of days. Yeah and the white house. Provided some updated numbers that since august fourth tenth the us has evacuated and facilitated the evacuation of approximately eighty two thousand. Three hundred people on us military Fights and goes onto say since the end of july they have relocated about eighty seven thousand nine hundred people on us military collision flights and just in a span from three m eastern on august. Twenty fourth two three am eastern twenty fifth so a twenty four hour timespan they evacuated nineteen thousand people from kabul. So that's forty two. Us military flights have eleven thousand two hundred evacuees and forty eight. Coalition fights carried seventy eight hundred

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Media Begins to Shift Narrative on Praising Biden Over Afghanistan

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 1 year ago

Media Begins to Shift Narrative on Praising Biden Over Afghanistan

"I could smell it yesterday. This is the greatest airlift in American history. It just shows how How fantastic this administration is. We've never seen anything like this before. 80,000 people have been removed so far. They tell us They have reconfigured their numbers of American citizens. It was anywhere from 11 to 15,000. Now it's 6000 with 4500 removed. Amazing how these numbers adjust. How flexible they are. Don't care. Forget 50 million people out of Afghanistan. If one American is there. Our government doesn't get that one American out, and there's some terrible things going on here. The secretary of state, said today, essentially Our effort to get Americans and allies out of Afghanistan doesn't end on August 31. I will do everything diplomatically and economically to get them out of there. We have a slight military presence, and you haven't done everything they get them out of there. So this is more of the new propaganda. Just because they they're doesn't mean we've left them behind. You know, just because we surrendered. Look at this fantastic airlift. We have going on here and by the way. The American military will do whatever it has to do, and it will do it better than anybody else. This has nothing to do with the American military, except that the highest

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U.S. Cases and Deaths From COVID-19 Rise

AP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Cases and Deaths From COVID-19 Rise

"New cases per day have increased six fold over the past month now averaging nearly 80,000 deaths have also climbed from an average of nearly 2 60 per day to 360 White House covid coordinator Jeff Science. Says more people need to get vaccinated. It's time to impose some requirements. Based on the realities of different risks. South Carolina

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10,000 Volunteers Quit Tokyo Olympics Amid Covid Fears

Red Eye Radio

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

10,000 Volunteers Quit Tokyo Olympics Amid Covid Fears

"Pulling out of the Olympic Games in Tokyo A B C's and as delicate Tero. Organizers of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics say about 10,000 volunteers have withdrawn from the games. As of Tuesday, they were among the 80,000 volunteers at the organizing committee had secured for the Tokyo Games. Withdrawal of volunteers began in February.

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"80,000" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"80,000" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I do make lunch for the first time in 14 months, Guilford Jackson commuted from her home in Long Island to her desk at a city agency in Lower Manhattan. She was a little nervous, but everyone was captain least six ft. Apart. The Accuracy on the floor is not full, just like maybe 2025 irritate coming in. I mean they doing all the precautions to make sure we're safe Masks are required at all times, except when eating and vaccinations, though not required, are strongly encouraged. More than two thirds of the city's 300,000 workers were already in their offices, but 80,000 were still working entirely from home. They now have to report for duty. At least one day a week. Robin Liverpool was only coming in about twice a month. Until now, she got her nails painted yellow and dressed up for the occasion. I got my open tell Shields on. It was like the first day of school for me, I said, she says it felt good seeing more people again in person. My old supervisor sits next to me. And it was another young lady I haven't seen since. Also, it is good to see them Good to catch up, You know, ax them. How's the family? Some people have lost people. Unfortunately, some people have it. Some workers fear the city is rushing them back too soon. But Mayor Bill de Blasio says more than half of all city employees have had at least one vaccination. He also says bringing more workers into city offices would help restaurants and other businesses that are still struggling. This has been especially true in Chinatown. The neighborhood is also coping with anti Asian hate crimes. Chee V and Go owns Boki restaurant near City Hall and was hoping he'd have a busy lunch hour. But it was still quiet Monday. We will give them more time to come in because we just start today. Across the street, he saw one good sign a parking lot was looking more full than usual for NPR news. I'm Beth Fertig in New York. Tomorrow, Facebook's independent.

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New York City Will Bring 80,000 Municipal Workers Back To the Office

Tom and Curley

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

New York City Will Bring 80,000 Municipal Workers Back To the Office

"After a year of Manhattan skyscraper, Sitting mostly empty. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is hoping to send Message announcing 80,000 municipal workers will be returning to the office in early May. Companies are now seeing it's time to come back Timeto recognize that there's progress happening. But Henry Garrido, who leads the city's largest municipal labor union, says he still has a lot of questions about safety measures because they're giving inconsistent. Yes, it's about what to do. Steve Burns for CBS

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De Blasio Announces 80,000 New York City Employees Will Return To Their Offices May 3

Marketplace

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

De Blasio Announces 80,000 New York City Employees Will Return To Their Offices May 3

"Corner here is another indicator from the biggest city in this economy news today from Bill de Blasio, the mayor of New York City. That all city workers are going to be required to return to the office that is like in person Come May 3rd about 80,000 municipal employees have been working remotely for a year now. Thing is with all the variants and a whole lot of people still not vaccinated and herd immunity, still proving elusive. And just, you know, anxiety about everything. Getting America back to the workplace is a tad

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Stimulus Checks Begin Rolling Out

Tony Katz Weekend

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Stimulus Checks Begin Rolling Out

"You want to take the $1400 stimulus checks? Feel free. You know what they've done in this bill, They've changed the payout. It used to be that you got the payout making up to 75,000 year and then it would slowly graduate down too. You got to 100,000 for an individual 350,000 for a couple. Now for an individual $1400 for 75,000. Phased out in 80,000. Married couple phased out of 160,000. So you've got people who got a check the last time around, maybe two times around who want this time? Because we've now decided that a married couple making $150,000 a year. Sorry, $160,000 a year is rich.

Republicans delay Senate debate on Biden's coronavirus relief bill

The Savage Nation

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Republicans delay Senate debate on Biden's coronavirus relief bill

"Trillion coronavirus relief bill taken up by the Senate today. Republicans claim the bills too expensive and they're doing everything in their power to slow things down the American Rescue Act of 2021, including the entire bill being read aloud on the floor. Consistent. Republican Senator Ron Johnson returned here section to President Biden has made concessions to appeal to moderate Republicans negotiations this week. There are stricter income limits. The direct payments to Americans $1400 checks for those making up to $75,000 a year Ah, smaller amount for those making up to 80,000. But that's the income cap. That means millions of Americans who received direct payments in previous rounds of relief will not get one. This time. ABC is Karen Travers. Republicans also planned to offer a laundry list of

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Senate Democrats limit eligibility for stimulus checks in $1.9 trillion COVID bill

WBZ Morning News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Senate Democrats limit eligibility for stimulus checks in $1.9 trillion COVID bill

"Works through a $1.9 trillion Coben relief package for millions of Americans, the check Might not be in the mail. We get more from CBS news correspondent Elise Preston. Fewer people may end up receiving another stimulus check after a handful of moderate Democrats in the Senate, complained the $1400 checks were going to people who earn too much. Under the new deal. Individuals making 80,000 or less and couples making $160,000 or less will receive the extra money, President Biden said to be on board with this plan, which means recent studies suggest fewer than or 20 million fewer Americans will get a check. If this package passes,

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"80,000" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"80,000" Discussed on WTVN

"Hour. Fresh breath. When used twice a day. Pick up a bottle of smart mouth today or visit smart mouth dot com. Traffic and weather together from temp starring Custom air on Johnny Hilda NewsRadio 16 w T V. N I'm ABC six. First one meteorologist. Indra Buck, Michael. A Very good Monday morning, everyone We've got light snow showers this morning. And then a law mid day, followed by heavier snow for the late afternoon through the evening and some ice for southeastern Ohio. This kicks out early tomorrow and colder high of 26 Today 19 and mostly cloudy Tomorrow weather is powered by the basement doctor. Mostly cloudy for now. 18 and growth. Port 19 8 years severe weather station news radio 6 10 w tvn road conditions have deteriorated throughout the morning. Now Franklin County's under a level one snow emergency. It's along with Fairfield looking, and Pickaway County is Ross County, though under a level two snow emergency today he won't go dot crews continue to treat the roads across the area department spokesman that burning says the best way to help road crews stay home. We really want people to stay off. The roads were already sling slow conditions, really Southern Ohio Scalp East Ohio, now in the eastern Ohio is this storm system moves across the state? We're anticipating even worse conditions later this evening into the overnight hours, he says. Travel conditions will be the worst later this afternoon into tonight. A winter storm warning continues for central Ohio until tomorrow morning across the country, snow ice and bitter cold temperatures threatening power grids. Howard companies in Texas now considering rolling blackouts because the massive demand for electricity during this record cold Threatens to overwhelm the power grid, and it's not just Texas 240 million Americans across 40 states are on alert with feel like temperatures from Albuquerque at three degrees up to Fargo at negative 40 and CBC's Andrea Fergie Corona virus Vaccines cutting down the spread of covert 19 figures out Sunday show worldwide infections total more than 2.76 million last week, down from their peak of more than five million the week of January 3rd through the night. Virus killed more than 80,000 people last week. That's down from nearly 99,000 the week of January. 9th through the 16th, the director of the CDC says opening schools and the level.

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"80,000" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"80,000" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"One bourbon One Scotch around here. So for a birthday present for a friend of mine in Delaware, I took you up to New York to go to the go to the cafe ago. Go to see Johnny who could play live, all right. You gotta follow me on this story At that time. Bruce was like a mecha loose is like a temple. People want to see Mississippi Fred McDowell and B B king And you know all these all these great blues feel muddy waters and you could hear a pin drop in the place. People would sit at the knees like they're like a Maserati. Saying like they were, yes. And so that's what was happening. Well, I went to see John Lee Hooker play. Dance for his pack and people were dancing. I was going dancing to the blues. Well, I know that that's what they were doing in the forties and early fifties, the whole audience. This was something that was so revered is the word. That you dare not even you know, breathe heavy around. That's how heavy it was Poker played. We got the place dance and the song that he got played. Dancing was one bourbon One Scotch one beer. He played it in both sets white and when he played it All the people dancing were women. And I said, uh, now Why get a band for song? I'm gonna learn Remember something? What made Valentino women What made Sinatra women What made over that women? What made the Beatles women? So when I saw that happen, and then These women were serious, man. I mean, I'm not talking about a couple of ladies up there drunk stumbling all over the dance for, uh, the song was moving him and I said, Hey, man. Dude, that's like you just say that we put house for booze owner said. It's still would have been a monster from wasted it. If Jake Kyle's did it or the Allman Brothers did it because it's a great song. Period. That's it, you know. So these women that were dancing had never heard that song before. Trust me. Well, I sort of playing it in Philly in Delaware. They never heard of either. And as soon as we played it, dance horseback and they were all chicks. Okay, Let's talk about this new record, man. It's it's alive. 1982 Boston concerts. It's reissue, but there's 12 unreleased tracks on it. It actually captures the energy of a George Thorogood concert. You gotta be awful proud of this man. Well, that was a very high energy area. I mean, we're in East Coast fan. I mean, that's really it and we were recording in one of the few. We're recording writing Jay Collis backyard, So the people there knew something about About how to boogie and it was in a combat. So which is a very rough area of Boston and people were didn't It didn't bother them. They still came. And you know they were ready to go. They were ready to rock so that that actually Start in that time frame. People would come up to me and say, Well, what kind of music do you play that say? Place city in eastern Listen. What do you mean by that? I think what his country and western means? Yes, exactly. Eat place City and Eastern. Okay, so that's it. That's all we were doing. Okay, let's go to 1981 for a 2nd 1981. You've got a couple of records under your belt. You got a couple of tours on your belt Rolling Stone's calling. They say, Hey, we want you to play a bill with us, and it's not just you back. It didn't quite work like that, my friend, okay? It didn't okay. I'm never here in the stones play and I didn't hear him play, but they did these tours and they will have access playing with them. And I did not know that. Most major artists. When they fat pack a place for 80,000. They want other bands on the bill who are or really, um Make it a big name for themselves. Big guy, right? Like guns and roses. OK, right And they play with Peter Posh. I did not know this. What I thought was, why are these bands playing with the stones? These other bands still to any vote diddly. They don't do any Chuck Berry Authority. Jimmy Reed. We do. How come How come so I Aid. Our booking agents right visible and said. Not another gig to get me a gig with the stone. So he thought Bill Graham and then Bill Graham bugged the stones and he kept going back and back and back, and I was pretty much the point like All right. If you don't we don't get the gig. I'm showing up anyway, with my ample fire and our drummer, and you're gonna have to throw me out of the place. Okay, boy, They really didn't cut their only son. So come knocking on your door. There's a few exceptions to that. You stand in line and you you bid for the gate. Very much, but you're right. It's the biggest of the biggest that are always on the same bill with the Rolling Stones Now the concert I'm talking about was in October in Los Angeles. It was the Rolling Stones. It was you all It was Jake Kyles and it was also Prince and Prince goes out. And people are they have no idea who princes he gets booed off the stage. People were throwing things and then you all got to go on after that. Does that kind of rattle you and all Georgia. You take? No, that was him. Let's go do our stuff and crush it. Like friends. The day when George Thorogood gets rattled, walking on the stage that day, the Earth stops. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. That's a first of all. I didn't even know this happened. Was backstage doing some interviews. At that time. I did not who Prince was. There's a 19 year old kid to start now, and I didn't even know anything about this. So about a week and a half later. What happened to that artists when when he went on there? Um uh, when you play the L. A Coliseum. You're the only a few years you're 200 yards away from the bandstand. It's a huge place, so I didn't really get a chance to, uh, you know, witness that I heard about it, and I thought, well, that wasn't fair to print. This is the finish. He didn't belong there. I mean, is he yet They're really build his problem yet, And I said, this is Stone cold, Classic rock fans. You know, that's what is that it is And you know, Prince didn't fit into that format at that time. So, with all due respect to him in the audience was like who thought up this idea? This isn't fair to this kid. Because we're about to, he said. I looked into his music. I think he had a song in the rhythm blues charges the time and it was high on the chart. So I think the stones thinking rhythm and blues is still like, you know. Wilson Pickett, Reverend Blues. May be selected him to do the show because he was a big flash at the time. You know what I mean? So I don't even know anything about Wait. You can't concentrate on the things you go out there and do your job. At one point. You all did 50. They say the record was the story is 50 concerts in 50 days, But you guys actually did 51 concerts. Had 50 days and you start out. I think it was in Hawaii that you fly the Alaskan. You're all over the place. And what point does doesn't that Where you out, George? Because I don't care how young you are. How enthusiastic you are. People don't know how hard touring is 51 shows in 50 days that zone heard off. Lou Gehrig When played 2130 baseball games in a row. Good point that and Cal Ripken played even more. Hey, my man. If you can't play 50 nights in a row in the rock and roll band, we're not talking about 50 days in a row, you know, you know, trying to put up telephone poles when it's 200 degrees out, Okay, E. If you can't do that, you're in the wrong line of work and listen to me..

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"80,000" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"80,000" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"80,000 deaths 10,000 of those in just the last five days. Unlike the spring, this time the entire nation seeing cases, search and hospitals at capacity, ABC chief medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton we have seen all over the country are hospitals reaching capacity. There's a lot of focus on hospital beds right now. Heads don't heal and care for patients, staff and personnel do and they are overwhelmed. They are getting exposed. They are getting fatigued, and that's why we're in such critical condition right now, and health care professionals saying masks on everyone will help ease their burden. White House Coronavirus Response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke says she thinks states seeing active cases should make the mandatory, you know mass work. And we know mass work best when they're required except been worn sporadically at President Trump's rallies and held hold another one tonight in Georgia. He's there to support the two Republican incumbents and run off set will determine which party controls the Senate at the start of Joe Biden's administration. ABC News White House correspondent Rachel Scott has more from Washington will be the first time that President Trump is headlining a campaign rally. Since losing the election, President elect Joe Biden is expected to campaign in Georgia as well. Was critical Runoff race is now just one month away on January 5th head of that rally, the outgoing president called out the governor of the Peach state and the secretary of state on Twitter, saying he will quote easily and quickly win Georgia if the governor or the secretary of state permitted simple signature verification recounts in the state have verified the Joe Biden is the winner in France.

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"80,000" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"80,000" Discussed on WTOP

"Regeneron says it expects to have 80,000 doses for patients by the end of the month, and 300,000 but the end of January Sue Guzman, Fox News First covert 19 vaccines could be given on December the 12th. That's what Dr Mon Steffes Allawi, the head of the operation Warp speed, which is the U. S effort to produce the Corona virus vaccine, says, he says once the Food and Drug Administration gives the green light to a vaccine, it will ship in 24 hours. This comes as the FDA committee, one of the committee's plans to meet on December the 10th to discuss visors request for emergency use authorization for its vaccine Visor and the German partner buy on Tick recently announced that the vaccine appears 95% effective at preventing mild severe cases of the illness. A federal judge has issued a scathing order dismissing the Trump campaign's effort to block the certification of votes in Pennsylvania. U. S District Court Judge Matthew Brand rolled that Pennsylvania officials can certify election results that currently show Joe Biden winning the state by over 80,000 votes, he said the Trump campaign presented quote Strain legal arguments without merit and speculative accusations unsupported by evidence. Trump tweeted after the ruling that he couldn't understand why Biden was forming a Cabinet when the president's investigators had found quote hundreds of thousands of fraudulent votes of baseless claim for which Trump has supplied no evidence. Surely Adler Washington. Meantime, in Wisconsin, election officials in the largest county there are accusing observers for President Donald Trump of trying to obstruct a recount of the presidential results. They say it comes As cases, with watchers objecting to every ballot being recounted. They say the president requested the recount in Milwaukee and Dane County is both heavily liberal in hopes of undoing Democrat Joe Bynes victory by about 20,600 votes. The county clerk George Christiansen says the complaints have put the recount far behind schedule. Coming up on w t o P. The clock is ticking for Congress to avoid another government shutdown. It is 12 34 w T. O P The holidays air here and Safeway is ready with fresh meat and.

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"80,000" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"80,000" Discussed on WJR 760

"The FDA scientific advisors will have a public meeting on December 10th to review visors request for emergency use of their vaccine, Peiser CEO says in addition to seeking approval from the FDA, The company has initiated rolling applications to other regulatory authorities around the world. We will continue the work already underway to make sure we can begin shipping the vaccine immediately after for ization, or approval. Also company exacts for modernist say their vaccine is 94.5% effective against Cove in 19. They plan to request emergency use for their vaccine from the FDA and the coming weeks boxes, Christina Coleman, also the FDA authorized His monoclonal antibodies for treatment of covert 19 Federal judge in Pennsylvania won't stop officials from certifying election results that show Democrat Joe Biden winning the state by more than 80,000 votes. Judge Matthew Brand on Saturday turned down the request by the Trump campaign. Is it soft, the state's 20 electoral votes. The Trump campaign is seeking expedited appeal in this case, President elect Joe Biden narrowing down on some top Cabinet picks like Treasury secretary. So here's who is on the short list for Treasury secretary. Formal Federal Reserve governor label Brainard, former Federal Reserve vice chair Roger Ferguson and former Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen, who progressives aligned with Senator Warren Tell me they're placing their bets on boxes, Hillary phone and tense time Saturday afternoon in Atlanta because of dueling election result protesters. Yeah. Now it seems like.

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"80,000" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"80,000" Discussed on WTOP

"For 80,000 patients by the end of the month and 300,000 total doses by the end of January. Metro is again making changes as a way to cope with a massive funding gap. Dramatic decline in passengers and fair revenue or service and financial model has been thrown out of balance. Metro Board member Steve McMillan general manager Paul Winnefeld says the latest cost cutting plan is not as severe as the one floated earlier. Revised budget being considered today includes bus and rail service adjustments that reflect the feedback we received from our customers. Importantly, maintaining 11 p.m. closing time for Metro for Mitchell Rail and adding bus service improvements in 20 bucks lives. The budget was passed on the changes take effect in February. Those changes also means slightly less frequent rail service. We too felt says employees at retirement age, you're being offered buyouts in the hopes of avoiding layoffs. John Aaron w. T. O P. News, the Montgomery County Council may soon be directing more than $9 million to help people feeling the economic stress of the pandemic. Nearly half the money will be used for rental assistance to low income residents and temporary shelter for homeless residents. Another 3.5 million in rental relief is expected to come from federal funding and then 1.4 million will go toward job training for residents who've become unemployed during the pandemic. It'll pay for scholarships, tuitions and fees. He's in programs that lead to search certifications or professional licenses. The Montgomery County Council is scheduled to hold public hearings and votes on the appropriations December 1st. Maura D. C. Area Museums just announced they will temporarily close out of concerns about the spread of coronavirus. The Museum of words and language that just opened in D C last month called Planet Word will close starting Monday. Same goes for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in D. C. And in Virginia, the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Triangle will close starting Monday, while its grounds will remain open. Earlier in the week. Several other museums announced plans to temporarily shut down either starting this weekend or on Monday, including numerous Smithsonian locations. Go to w t o p dot com and search museums to read more. Michelle Bash w T O P news and Let's take a quick look at the climbing coronavirus numbers in our area, Maryland reported today..

"80,000" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"80,000" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I have a Roth for one K from a former employer that's currently with Wells Fargo around 80,000 and 30,000 in employee contributions. I want to open an online account. With 50,000 and take The 30,000. For myself. I'm retired. My spouse is working. When would be the best thymus faras taxes go? Oh, I can't answer that. I have no idea what your tax rate is. And your tax basis is I would definitely do some of it today, some of it this year because you know what the tax rate is this year. We don't know what could happen next year. Anything could happen, but I would I would do. You know, whatever. You're comfortable pain. Whatever you feel comfortable paying in taxes. If you're comfortable paying $5000 in taxes, then I would do whatever it takes to get there as long as thought that income doesn't push you into a higher bracket. And he's saying I am in a 55 to 65. For Floria tracker. I've been trying. I've been buying Timothy Large MidCap Growth Fund. On other funds for several years. I need a little more. TPL. See? Should I sell some Of my sympathy mutual fund. Which is up 14%. No. I would sell it, You know, not this time of year. They're getting ready to make their year and kind of payout. They're going to readjust there. You know their their share price. You're up right now. I don't know how long you've had it. But Europe right now, it has a potential being somewhat of a fundamental piece. I don't know that I would sell any of it. I would just stay overvalued. Overvaluation or or or 1.5% of your portfolio is fine. I would just leave it alone and I wouldn't change anything. I just keep doing What you're doing at this point, we go to Noah from Illinois. I know Hey, Dan, How you doing? Good. They have taken my call. Sure. I'm not sure that matters in a certain situation or not, but I was just wondering your opinion on leasing a vehicle rather than buying a new or used vehicle. Yeah, I think a lot of it depends on your situation and what you're able to dio. I'm not a fan of leasing. I think it's just a snowball effect to the point where you just never get out and you have a perpetual payment for the rest of your life. So I am. I'm not a fan of that I would write. I think it's far better. To save and even, you know, go from Um On. Okay. Used car to a good used car to even better use car and just staying. I don't I don't buy a new car so I can't find her. But I think it's it's better. Better to try to do that, if you can, or, you know, drive the one you have for his long as you can so, But I'm not. I'm not a fan of leasing. There are some situations where it works. And there are some situations where it is, you know. Somewhat beneficial. I mean, I could never leased a car drive too many miles. Bite. It would never never work. But if you're somebody that's not driving on a miles, and you don't care about having a payment forever than you know, and it works out for you for one reason or another. Maybe it's something that your business reimbursed. You are your sales on the road and you and you can't afford down anything. Go wrong. You know those kinds of things, so there are situations where it works. Me and my wife and I We both work from home. And we have a 2.5 year old boy 2001 unreliable geek and 2004 Honda and we're expecting another baby, and we just kind of wanna Get a more reliable like SUV. And so we're thinking about maybe that's trained and vehicles combined. Maybe. And then that was why I wanted your input. Rather, it would put that money toward the newer used vehicle. You know what? We don't want payment forever. So we understand that theology for sure. Yeah. Yeah, I would. I would take that. That sounds like a good plan. If you could do something like that. And see how it works yet, you know, even if you end up doing that, that's great. And then maybe end up a year from now, this buying a vory used car that's dependable. Maybe hear of somebody. That's You know, selling a car? That's inexpensive that just for you did it just for you In that time when you gotta run out and do something, you know that kind of Yeah. I always get hand me downs from my parents. Okay, go. There you go. That's good. Yep. All right. Thank you. All right? No, thank you. I sure appreciate I'm glad you called. Thank you. Sure. Let me go to Ron from Florida. Hey, Ron. Good to talk to you again, Brother. Thanks, right. First of all I want to say God bless Mr Steiner. Every born you know, the savagery has been going on in the street. Across cities all across America has only been going on for a few months. But the savagery that thing going on and Planned Parenthood clinic has been going on for years and years and heard about Ah Ah, Planned Parenthood executive said she was gonna buy a Lamborghini. Off the sale of fetal body parts. Don't even get me started. Yeah, I mean, I want to say thanks for doing what you do. And you are And just keep going, Brother keep going as long as in order. I'm not going and you know, I used to be a mortgage broker, investment broker, investment adviser, insurance,.

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"80,000" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"80,000" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"My point is every year, there's about 60 80,000 influenza deaths. But this year, there's 76 influences slash Kobe death. It's the same if it was something different. So this is the flu. Okay, so Kirk the Corona virus in a global, So So So, Kirk, So Kirk in York. So Kirk in your opinion? The Corona virus. There's no more serious than the flu. Kirk, is that your take My take you but number. Okay? Thank you, Kirk. I mean, the numbers do say that the Corona virus is significantly less deadly than the flu for anyone under the age of 45. Now imagine that the majority of players for the Raiders and their families are our downfall, mostly probably under the age of 30. Okay, so one issue with that on then we got to go to break. It will take some more phone calls. There's something called a symptomatic and there is something called giving it to others just because you have and it doesn't affect you. It doesn't affect other people the same way we're going to take 2575396 again that number to call 7022575396. I was talking about some of these campaign rallies and simply put those people are not protecting themselves. Very simply put. We're here to take a break their choice That's there. You've got to take a break. We'll take some more phone calls on the other side. It's not just your choice choice. You're affecting other people as well, very simply put. But we've got to take some phone calls on the other side of the break again. That number to call is 7022575396. That is the number to call. We're going to take a quick break. But before we do, so, I want to talk to you guys a little bit about Kansas City steaks. Check about a Kansas City steaks dot com. They've been around since 1932. They're awesome stakes, high quality they will deliver it..

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"80,000" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"80,000" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"So 1% on a million dollar national is 10,000 bucks a year. And so that's another 10,000. So after taxes and fees are deducted, Uh, you're not netting 40,000. You're netting 20,000 to buy gas, groceries, prescriptions and golf green fees. And that's pretty pathetic. That's only 2% folks. For years, I have helped people with million dollar nest eggs predictably generate eight per cent payout up to 10% payouts. Now 8% would be 80 grand. 10 per cent payout should be 100 Grand. But Justin at 8%. How much better is 80,000 and 40,000? Don't say 40,000. Don't say 4% Maur. No it it's 100% more. It's double 80,000 is twice as much money as 40,000. It's 100% more income, but actually in the way I calculated. It's 400% more. It's four times as much because you're not netting 40,000. If you have to pay tax and deduct fees when I quote 8% that is net. Because my favorite vehicle which I call the laser fund is totally tax free. So if you pull out 80,000 unit 80,000, and that's Nedda fees when I talk about taking that out. When you pull out 40,000 out of a diary, or for one day in the market yearly, netting 20,000 after deducting taxes and fees. So how much better is 80,000 and 20,000? It is four.

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"80,000" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"80,000" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"2020 KFBK continuing coverage. Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris is discussing racial disparities at a barbershop around table in Michigan. Speaking in Oakland County this afternoon, the California senator saying black businesses have been disproportionately impacted by the economic toll it made. Worse. What was bad to start with? In terms of who was getting re sources who was having access to resource is or not, Harris says. Black businesses air feeling the financial effects of the corona virus pandemic, black businesses have been disproportionately impacted. By the economic told this virus has taken But let's also be clear. The thing about this. This this pandemic is that it has in many ways been an accelerator. She says. Racial disparities in health care are being highlighted by the pandemic is black people are three times as likely to contract the virus and twice as likely to die from it. The chairman of the Walt Disney Company is asking the state of California for fair and equitable guidelines to allow its theme parks to reopen Josh tomorrow, stressing the important roles of Disneyland on the California adventure that play in both the local and state economies, he says more than 80,000 people's jobs are dependent on the company. Disney closed it's California parks in March amid growing concerns over the Corona virus pandemic. They've been closed ever since. It's 6 33 on the kfbk. Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. Alright, Joe Michael's Thank you. Hey, the CDC is out with new guidelines for Halloween. In hopes of preventing trick or treating from becoming a cove in 19 super spreader event, Kim K. Sarah Bartlett has detail, the CDC says some of the high risk activities to avoid include traditional trick or treating with treats handed out at home's health experts say people should also not attend crowded indoor costume parties or haunted houses or attend Hey, rights with people who are not from your household. They say. Lower risk activities include decorating and pumpkin carving in your home, having a spooky movie night with family. Or holding a virtual Halloween costume contests. Sarah Bartlett News, 93.1 Kfbk and McCormick and Schmick's Restaurant Roseville being sued for closing before its lease expired. The sacrament of Business Journal reporting. The upscale dining chain is Being sued by the Roseville fountains over thousands of dollars in unpaid rent. The suit alleges the tenants breach of its local least, could cost the landlord more than $1 million. Restaurant had a 15 year lease in the fountains and was set to expire on February. 28 2024 6 35. Now let's get you caught up in this hour's top national stories on news 9 to 3.1 cave. Okay. Ah, A nation in mourning. The West today surpassed 200,000 deaths from Cove in 19 Mishka young homes lost her nine year old daughter, Kimmy to the virus back.

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"80,000" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"80,000" Discussed on KOMO

"Center. Navigating the road of Realestate, This is street talk. Now. Here's your host, Chris Davies. Well, come back to ST Hope. Let's go backto Andrew. Hey, Andrew. A couple questions for you. What were you looking to put down on? What's your credit school? Um, well, anywhere between zero and 60,000 credits for is about 7 50. Okay on what's that? What's the income? I want to say probably closed a 80,000. Okay, so but but you think it's under 80? I mean, it's possible. It could be a little bit like 75. Okay, Well, I think so. Yes. So the best that the so the recommended product without looking at the particulars, I would say ah, home possible home ready? Credit school's great 3% down what price range are you looking to buy in? Um, probably like the 304 $100,000. Okay, so 9 to $12,000 down Ah, on, depending on what you're buying, it's away. Where are you looking to buy with that kind of price. Uh, preferably how get that county like Port Orchard area, maybe down Gig Harbor. Okay, So that's that'll Be a house. This is a condo. I mean, from that standpoint, you also get reduced mortgage insurance on that program. Ah, so yeah, I think that is probably, you know, Worst cases of the down payment. If the incomes that if the incomes too high, the worst case would be that you, you put 5% down. It's better than F H A. Just because F. H has a 1.75% fee that gets added to the loan amount. The mortgage insurance is life of lone compared to the conventional loans where the mortgage insurance will drop.

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"80,000" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"80,000" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo's Gabe Cohen says some people in the area are concerned that the tents will just come back uniform crews quickly haul off the. Assorted stuff left at this Northgate encampment. Have a family Benjamin Eddie is back on the street. He's been living at this camp since it started. He's been homeless for four years battling drug addiction. I'm used to this. Actually, I mean, they come here, and they they sweep the camps. And then we switched I could catch up back, and then we somehow come back together. Again, Jesse seeing on the other hand is excited is bigger leave. He owns the Chevron across the street and says campers would trespass harass customers and one even threatened him. I asked him to leave but instead of leaving his life on me. I started to see the move or where they're gonna go. But Brandon Redinger lives a block away in feels this camp brought crime here. We first told you about the campaign, December neighbors had been complaining to the city for two months, but the city says gathering the resources for this cleanup took time they need special crews to clear needles hazardous waste and trash even scrape the soil. Royal, brandon? Thanks. It may not make a difference. They're going to clear this spot, and that's all wonderful. But then a few days, I or just a few minutes. I imagine they're gonna live right there where it's completely empty. Do. You think people are just gonna come back here? Oh, yeah. Eventually and Benjamin expects to join them if the tense return not right away. I probably would. If I knew I could get away with it following city rules. The navigation team tells me they offered a shelter bed to every person cleared out of slot. Only one person had taken them up on their offer between thirty five and eighty thousand people. That's how many are estimated to be misusing opioid drugs in Snohomish county, Heather Thomas with the Snohomish health district says misuse can include using leftover medications for different.

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