35 Burst results for "A Million Bucks"
The Dan Bongino Show
Mike Rowe: Honoring Carl Noble
"Carl noble was my granddad Dirty jobs for mirrored last night been on the air for 20 years now That show was a tribute to my pop Carl noble you don't know him not by name anyway but he's the kind of guy that you and I think a lot of your listeners will relate to He built the house that I was born in without a blueprint The only went to the 7th grade he was a he was a genius man He was a magician He could take your watch apart put it back together blindfolded He could fix or repair anything from a combine to a combustion engine Dirty jobs was a tribute to him you know because guys like that are still around but people don't People don't really see them anymore They just kind of look through them Anyway dirty jobs led to a foundation called micro works I run it today We give away a couple million bucks a year and work ethic scholarships That was a tribute to Carl noble You only had daughters His name died with him so a dirty jobs came back I found the best whisky I could I put his name on it and I've been selling it to raise money for the micro works foundation for the last year And that's how it happens And it turned out to be something more than a fundraiser People seem to like it So I'm getting it on shelves I'm shipping it to the states that will allow me to ship it because as you know Dan some states are so incredibly backward They don't permit this kind of commerce But we do what we can in these divided times
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
What the $1.7T Omnibus Bill Includes
"We've been able to peruse some of this massive spending bill. And it's unreal, what we the people are being forced to pay for. And I want to go through some of this. There's a lot of money over $11 million that we know of so far. Over $11 million for LGBT related programs. We're talking about museums in New York City. We're talking about $1.2 million for gay pride centers. There are also spending upwards of $750,000 for a community center for gender expansive people of color. I think that means obese, I'm not sure. But we're trying to get clarification on that. But anyway, a community space for overweight, gender, I did, are they gender neutral? I don't know. We don't know. But they're fat. In New York City, a million or $3 million. For the American LGBTQ+ museum, there's also a million bucks for a workforce program for transgender and gender nonconforming intersex immigrant women. Seems to me that would not be that many people but who knows. We don't know what's coming across that border. Also, $750,000 for gender nonconforming housing in Albany, New York. So listen up. All you straight homeless people, they're in Albany, New York, you're going to have to make do with your refrigerator box. So you're not going to be able to get homeless coverage there. And we've got the list on Todd starnes dot com of the profane and perverse programs that your tax dollars are going to be funding. Every Republican who voted for this nonsense? They support this nonsense.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Call Your Senators to Reject the $1.7T Spending Bill
"The Republicans to stay infirm on this, and so we need you to spend the next 24 hours contacting your elected members of Congress in the House and the Senate and tell them that you don't want them to vote for this massive spending bill. By the way, over 4000 pages long, no one had a chance to read it. It got dropped in the middle of the night. And a lot of people are enraged on Capitol Hill over this, and they're upset because Senate Republicans are screwing over House Republicans. And I'm going to explain all of this to you and I have a theory as to what Mitch McConnell is really up to. But we've been able to peruse some of this massive spending bill. And it's unreal, what we the people are being forced to pay for. And I want to go through some of this. There's a lot of money over $11 million that we know of so far. Over $11 million for LGBT related programs. We're talking about museums in New York City. We're talking about $1.2 million for gay pride centers. There are also spending upwards of $750,000 for a community center for gender expansive people of color. I think that means obese, I'm not sure. But we're trying to get clarification on that. But anyway, a community space for overweight, gender, I gender neutral. I don't know. We don't know. But they're fat. In New York City, a million or $3 million. For the American LGBTQ+ museum, there's also a million bucks for a workforce program for transgender and gender nonconforming intersex immigrant women.
The Dan Bongino Show
Mike Rowe: The Story Behind Knobel Spirits
"Let me say first you sent me a sample of this Tennessee whisky It's noble spirits dot com It's knob K and OBL spirits dot com the oval spears dot com Folks go there pick it up It makes a great gift and you know why Mike it makes a great gift because I can bring it over to Mike rose house and share it with Mike Tell me about this first before you get to some other stuff It's delicious Thank you for sending me the bottle I deeply appreciate it It is fantastic Tell me a little bit about it Full disclosure when you told me that everybody loved me at the patriot awards you know there may have been some drinking involved so I'm not going to hold it A little bit And Jim my producer was there And he's listening he can vouch There was a little bit of alcohol involved But go ahead Hey Carl noble was my granddad Dirty jobs premiered last night than on the air for 20 years now That show was a tribute to my pop Carl noble you don't know him not my name anyway but he's the kind of guy that you and I think a lot of your listeners will relate to He built the house that I was born in without a blueprint The only went to the 7th grade he was a he was a genius man He was a magician He could take your watch apart put it back together blindfolded He could fix or repair anything from a combine to a combustion engine Dirty jobs was a tribute to him You know because guys like that are still around but people don't People don't really see them anymore You know they just kind of look through them Anyway dirty jobs led to a foundation called micro works I run it today We give away a couple million bucks a year and work ethic scholarships That was a tribute to Carl noble You only had daughters His name died with him so a dirty jobs came back I found the best whisky I could I put his name on it and I've been selling it to raise money for the micro works foundation
Fore The People
How Much Do Caddies Really Make?
"I mention my own a little bit about being out there in certain, but I don't mind the travel and really and truly, I've always said and I still say it. I got the second best job in the world, you know? Yeah. The guy I hand the clubs to has the best job in the world. Yeah. Yeah. And it's getting better for both of y'all. You're talking about $10 million a week, pretty much. That's pretty much it now. You start getting that thing top ten money, man. It's some serious Jack coming your way. It's good. Yeah, I mean, you're talking about caddies making a $1 million if they win. Right? Or close to it and the players. Like, what does a caddy make if they win the player's championship now? A million bucks? No, not the players. One event? Yeah. No, no, the players wasn't. It's always 18% of first 20 million 6. They made 360, 360 grand. They would have made. If 3 million 6 was first, 360 would have something like that. So there's a bunch of caddies that are clear in a million years. There's a bunch of caddy. There is a box that are clear in a million a year. That's crazy. Like ten years ago, that was maybe there wasn't maybe tigers kit, maybe la cava was, but that's it. No one was doing it. My biggest, my biggest year loop, and I always tell the truth, you know, people ask me how to tell it. I'm not ashamed to. Three 20s is the most I ever made in one year. And I've had a bunch of lane years canyon, so that's what BG when you guys were rolling. Yeah. Yeah, that's the mouse that I ever made. So that was O 9 in BG was on fire, you know? He's two wins that year and pretty amazing, but you might if you got a guy in the house, got two wins. I mean, you're gonna make 600 grand a year caddy.
AP News Radio
Powerball prize soars to $1.2 billion after no winners were found on Monday
"Powerball lottery fever continues Well Alicia Turner was sure she'd hit the Powerball jackpot Monday night Feeling like a million bucks It was not to be Nobody picked the winning 6 numbers drawn on Halloween so now Wednesday's potential Powerball jackpot has soared to an estimated $1.2 billion a winner would ring up the fourth largest lottery prize in U.S. history some one opting for cash would collect an estimated 596 million I would definitely retire finish my house probably buy another house New York or Scott hennon was among those ticket buyers dreaming of what he might do with his winnings 95 a couple of nice bars Take
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Chris Stigall: Why John Fetterman Raised $1M Following Debate
"Schumer on the tarmac says the debate didn't really hurt the Democrats in Pennsylvania. You know, I will say it was a big fundraiser. For federman, something like a million bucks, he hauled in after that performance. And listen, here's the reason why they're running a campaign. I call it the shriners hospital for kids campaign. The sweet kids through no fault of their own who have been born with disabilities. Call now and you'll receive an adorable love to the rescue blanket. The difference is, John fetterman is a very unhealthy man who has a pacemaker who has suffered a severe stroke. Many medical professionals suggest he's likely to have another. So I think he's a bit of a ticking time bomb. He was morbidly obese, lost tremendous weight to his credit. But he's not a healthy guy, okay? So let's just get that on the table first. He's not a pitiable guy. He's not a healthy guy. I'm wearing this blame him all for the stroke, but it's just a fact. These are facts, okay? Number two, he's a lay about. I mean, the guy's done nothing professionally his entire life Todd until he became a lieutenant governor and sponge off the taxpayers of Pennsylvania. His family is independently wealthy. He spends 32 K a year to send his kids to a private school called Winchester Thurston. I'm not making that up. Is that like from Gilligan's island Thurston? No, that was Thurston Howell. I'm sorry. I apologize. No, but it's the same kind of waspy sounding name, isn't it? That's right. So yeah, this guy, he's a fraud. He's a fraud. He's accomplished nothing. He's paid for nothing. And now he's a ticking time bomb who can't communicate without a machine. You see,
The Charlie Kirk Show
Blake Masters Describes What's Happening on the Ground in Arizona
"Joining us now is the great Blake masters who has had more opposition thrown at him than any other candidate that I have seen in recent memory and he is now tied in the latest Democrat poll, that's right, the Democrat poll has Blake masters tied Kerry Lake up four and Blake masters tied. I think that's actually right. I think, I mean, look, Katie Hobbs is no astronaut, wouldn't you say Blake, welcome back to the program. She's no astronaut indeed. I've been joking with Carrie. I say Carrie. I think Katie Hobbs is the second worst. You have a legitimately appealing candidate you're running against. He's super radical. He's awful, but I mean, let's just be honest, it's not an easy race. You're doing a great job. Talk about your race. What are you seeing on the ground? Well, I do think we've tied it up. We have the momentum. You know, the Democrats, they thought they could just buy it. Mark Kelly spent 80 million bucks. You know, I think 30 of it attacking me. They have to lie about me and slander me. And then they also have to lie about him. They're propping him up. He's pretending on people's television screens to be some kind of center right Republican. All of a sudden, I stand up to Joe Biden, and it's like, what, when? I wish he did, but of course in D.C. he never does. He's a rubber stamp for Joe Biden and Chuck Schumer has failed agenda. And we've just been getting that message out. And I think people are finally really waking up, right? People are looking around and saying, am I better off now than I was two or three years ago? The answer is almost always a resounding no. Like Mark Kelly really has helped the Democrat. He's done more than anyone to help Joe Biden drag this country and our state further and further in the wrong direction. So it's tightening up. We've got the momentum. I'd rather be asked to name right now. That's for sure. Yeah, I totally agree. And that's a Democrat poll, and it's really it's really incredible.
AP News Radio
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 8:19 p.m. EDT
"2 million bucks That's what an auction house is offering to the fan who caught Aaron judges American League record 62nd home run on Tuesday night The president of memory lane incorporated told the AP on Wednesday that he has texted an email Corey humans who caught judges milestone chat at global life field in Arlington Texas Humans grabbed a historic souvenir on the fly as it sailed into the front row of section 31 in left field Judge topped the old mark of 61 home runs set by Roger Maris in 1961 The three American leaguers to hit at least 60 home runs have all been Yankees I'm Dave ferry
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Trevor Gallagher: Would You Return Aaron Judge's Historic Ball?
"Think about you catching the ball or lily catching the ball. I think I know the answer to this, but let me ask you anyway, Aaron judge, all American guy. I mean, the highest paid player in baseball. I'm sure being the Yankees fanatic you are, you're a big Aaron judge fan. I saw him being a nurse. I saw him being interviewed in a reporter said, would you like that ball? And he said, well, yeah, I'd like it, but he gave a very classy answer. He said the fan caught it. Legitimately, and they get to keep it if they want to. What would Trevor Gallagher Yankees fanatic do if he caught that baseball? Would you give it back to Aaron judge or would you sell it? I would give it back to Aaron judge, but I would request some very rare memorabilia, some things from the events I think not the bat that maybe the shoes or the batting helmet, the Jersey, something along those lines autographed photo. Wow. I didn't work my entire life to hit a baseball one particular night, so I don't see why it should deprive him of that, but if the guy that did catch it wants to sell it for three and a half million bucks, God bless them for that. No kidding.
Fore The People
How Joel Dahmen Sees His Future in Golf
"What's your number? What's your, like, boo weekly always said, if you won 10 million bucks, you'd hang it up or tire. Obviously that didn't happen. You made way more than that. Blah, blah, Watson. Bubba Watson said if he won ten times on the PGA Tour he'd hang it up. He's won like 13th. So and two majors, yeah. I don't know if I have a direct number. More have more of a timeline. So I'm 34. I'll be 35 this fall. I think if I can play 15 years on tour, I would give me to basically 45 allow hopefully two kids by then that are kind of in grade school and I want to be their tee ball coach, who want to be basketball coach, I want to be around. My parents were great. They were always around for me. But if I can't live off of that, then I got probably bigger issues in my life. So I just think the other, like you said, you made a good point. There are people that play for legacy that play for whole thing, that major is like, that's just not one. I know, I know what my level is and it's not that top 20 levels. So I'm just going to, honestly, I'm playing out mostly fear of having a job. And so I'm just going to keep trying hard and keep going until I can stack it all up and not have to worry about it really on the back end. I'd love to play champions to where smaller champions are right at my ally. Like, you hang out with your buddies, three, three days a week, sounds like the live a little bit, but I don't really want to go there. So I just want to see kind of how long I can make this thing last, and I believe I have 5 really good years left in me. And then after that, if I could just hang on for dear life and with the purses increased all up on jazz, I'd like to. Kind of just see where this goes.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
AJ Might Have to Change His Opinion on Chris Pratt
"I'm just not gung Ho on Chris Pratt. I think he's a bore. But now I found something out that might make him inch up my list of, you know, good men, good actors and maybe just maybe I might have to take them off my shit list. So here's what's up. Bryce Dallas Howard, his costar in Jurassic World. She just recently revealed that she was paid a ton less money than Chris Pratt. This has been going on in Hollywood for, you know, dare I say a century. But it's been going on for a long time. If you've read about certain actresses who have campaigned to get more money, scholar Johansson comes to mind and they broke down the bigwigs in Hollywood and cut those big checks. But by and large, women get considerably less than their male costars. So initially, it was reported that she got paid so much less. Back in 2018, variety said that Bryce Dallas, Howard was making $2 million less than Pratt for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, she made 8 million Pratt made ten. I know there's a $2 million shortage there, but I don't know anybody that can complain to make 8 million bucks for 40 days work. But they're in this field and they're allowed to complain. But now Bryce Dallas Howard has opened up about the gender pay gap in an interview and she wanted to clarify that this disparity in how much money how much less money she made was really inaccurate. She said the reports were interesting because I was paid so much less than what the reports even said. So much less. She said, what you started negotiating for Jurassic, it was 2014. It was a different world back then. You never heard big talk about women getting equal pay as bad as that sounds. fortunately, when you make a Jurassic Park movie, sign up for three movies. So your deals are kind of set. They're set in stone. And she wouldn't say how much to pay gap was, but she did share the fact that she discussed this situation with Chris Pratt. He didn't like the way it sounded. And he decided, I'm going to help you get equal pay on other franchise properties that don't have contracts set in stone, like video games, and theme park rides. That's a big thing.
"a million bucks" Discussed on WTOP
"The box office again bringing in another $13 million in its second weekend in theaters. But film critics say it was the slowest weekend of the summer, three other new releases didn't even crack the top 5. Meantime, Top Gun: Maverick soared back into second place with 7 million bucks, it's been in theaters now for 12 weeks. Mavericks also now just 5 million shy of breaking a record and overtaking Avengers Infinity War as the 6 biggest film of all time. Monica ricks, CBS News. Money news at 25 and 55, here's Mark Hamrick of bankrate dot com. Employment recovers pandemic losses I'm Mark Hamrick with a bank rate dot com personal finance in it. It's been a wild round trip for the job market over the course of the pandemic. The unemployment rate in July returned to the lowest level before the pandemic, 3.5%, and the economy has recovered all of the 22 million jobs lost in March and April of 2020, it took 27 months. It turns out the job market was stronger than thought recently, along with the low unemployment rate, had 528,000 more jobs were added on the month than expected, and there have been upward revisions to payroll gains for June and may as well. Despite the two straight quarters of contraction in GDP in the first half of the year, these robust job market numbers strongly argue against recession talk. As for wage growth, it remains well below the pace of inflation, average hourly earnings up 5.2% over the past year. I'm Mark Hamrick. Coming up on WTF threats to law enforcement are on the rise following the search of former president Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate, an actress and hesh has died at 53. The latest from CBS News at the top of the hour
Fore The People
Pat Perez Is Scoring Big in the LIV Tour
"What do you think pat Perez is doing with his extra 1.5 million that he's won for shooting a scoring average of 75 and a half for the past 6 rounds? We love it. We need to get we need to get PP back on the pod because I'd love to, I'd love to know his mindset after firing like an 82 bomb and went in 750 racks or whatever the first week. If anybody could describe it, I mean, he won more than that because there was no cut in the actual event. He was one of the few guys that won more in the team thing than the actual than the actual tournament that was close. He's like 1.5 million to like maybe 300 grand. Yeah. Yeah, it's usually the opposite for all the other guys that are on the winning team. They like top 5 did and it's like all over a million bucks or whatever. So I don't know. I bet you he's thinking, I'm glad I did this for sure. I mean, yeah. He's not regretting it. He prosecutors. I'm the PGA Tour and walked away with 750 racks. There's no way that's happened before.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
Is Sesame Place Full of Racists?
"Then I went and looked at some more videos of the crazy shit that these Muppets pull at sesame place. One Muppet, by the way, sesame place is owned and operated by the people at sea world, one Muppet kept bumping into a tiny two and three year old girl. She could not have been more than three years old. This costume character had a protruding belly and this person was just, you know, bumping the kid with the belly, and of course the kid falls over backwards and fell very awkwardly and began to cry. Naturally in this day and age, the little girl's parents got themselves a lawyer and filed a suit for millions of dollars class action suit 25 million bucks to be exact. And the suit was filed on behalf of Quentin burns and his child Kennedy burns. And they're going right for the pockets of SeaWorld parks, the owner of sesame place for pervasive and appalling race discrimination. And it doesn't just have to do with rosita. Oh no, no. Also, Elmo, Ernie, Kelly monster, and Abby cadabby. You know, the usual suspects, they're on the line too. They, the parents say they allegedly refused to interact with Kennedy and other black guests. Now, I can vouch for rosita. Telly monster or Abby cadabby, but I never thought I'd see today that Elmo and Ernie stoop that low. They don't appear to be those kind of people. But the class action suit basically says that quote SeaWorld's performance readily engaged with numerous similarly situated white customers and the employees involved were also listed as defendants in the lawsuit. Doesn't specify the race of the sesame place people in the costumes who, as I've said, allegedly have a history of questionable behavior. Now that I looked at other videos, quote SeaWorld had actual knowledge that John Doe's one through four held personal beliefs of racial bias towards black people and that John Doe's one through four had the propensity to discriminate against black people based on their race or color. I don't think you need to race their color pot. You're saying black people we get that it's race and color. Motivated, so to speak, why would SeaWorld have knowledge that these four people have personal beliefs of racial bias toward black people? That's a little bit crazy.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
Modern Music Doesn't Have the Soul of the Music From AJ's Youth
"People like adulthood to Michael Murphy make you whole again. I don't care if we can tell me. You can take Teddy Pendergrass, you can wrap them up and lose evangelists, put a sprinkle of Al Green on top of that, but nothing matches that they'll find singing, love won't make me wait. Come on. Major Harris, man. Was 1975, and I always sat in front of the TV Saturday mornings and watched soul train. You guys know this. I'm a white kid with a lily white, we called it white ice slip instead of west I said, it was white, it was black kids. There was one black kid who was half black named Ralphie Rivera, and he was adopted. That's it. I want you soul train. And my father would tell me, I'll put that shit on TV. Put on American manstein. And I lately left him on sultry. So I grew up with the sounds of the finest to stylistics the temptations that Tavares, the brothers Johnson, strawberry letter 23, are you kidding me? Carol Melvin and the blue notes, I learned to love rock and roll, but my heart and my ears began to just understand that R&B especially that beautiful soul music we heard on soul train was what really moved me. So go ahead. The next couple of nights, go to YouTube, hit some soul train episodes, go back in time, that's what it felt like to be me as a teenager and hear that music. We didn't hear about wet ass pussy. We didn't hear about shooting people and killing cops and stacking bricks. Now the new term is a ticket. A ticket means a million bucks. I got me a ticket. Shut the fuck up. All this nonsense about gangs and bitches and whores and murdered guns and money, we heard about love and heartbreak and getting the woman you love back to you. That was of the utmost importance. I don't fucking tell me that this kid's music today is just as good or better than ours because it wasn't. Our music, especially the soul music, had a much more beautiful meaning.
Schlereth and Evans
Avalanche Re-Sign Valeri Nichushkin to 8-Year, $49 Million Contract
"But we start with the biggest story. Really, of the Denver sports landscape, the Colorado avalanche signed pending unrestricted free agent valerian to an 8 year extension. It's the big boy deal, fellas, the club announced it yesterday, the contract. By the way, and I'll just kind of get this off my chest. It's so funny the way that these sports are covered like in the NBA or in the NFL, this would be a massive get for a inside reporter, Adam Schefter, Asian or janowski, sham sharan, you know, fill in the blank, right? The teams announce it in hockey more oftentimes than it actually gets broken by reporter. I know that's a niche thought, but instead of like Ian rappaport breaking the story, like the abs just like tweet it and just interesting niche thought. But valerian and 8 year extension, the contract is worth $49 million with an annual average value of 6.1 million bucks to choose can just have the best regular season of his career, mark 25 goals, 52 points and 62 games. The abs are telling you this guy's a part of our core. Yeah, and here was a guy when he came into the league as it first rounder was considered a bus. He was a
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
Amber Heard's Legal Team Are Trying a New Trick
"No, I wish it screwed finally Amber Heard. Amber has legal team is now claiming that one of the jurors, you heard this story for about two weeks. One of the juries who started the trial was not the actual person who was actually called for jury duty and tricked the court. And now amber's lawyers want the verdict tossed out. So back on June 1st, we all know a jury of 5 men and two women ruled in favor, Johnny, gave him 10 million bucks in compensatory damages, 5 million in punitive damages, and the state caps punitive damages at 350 K blah blah blah. So amber didn't look totally loose, but the jury later declared that Johnny's former lawyer remained the same Paralympic interview with the daily mail. Blah blah blah, she gets 2 million. No one cares. We all knew Johnny won unanimously. Now they believe and what gets me is she just wanted to move on from this. That's all she said, a lot of the crime, the tears, they believe that one of the jurors, tournament 15, never received the summons. At the time, amber's lawyers didn't know how someone who was not summoned for jury duty got into the jury pool, but now they think they know. There was a new documents filed the other day in Virginia again. And amber's lawyers claim that a jury summons went to this person's house with two people at the same name live. One of them is 77. One is 52, okay? The 77 year old was the one who was summoned, but the 52 year old showed up and eventually became druid on the 15th. Now, some people think that the 77 year old and the 52 year old also share the first name about amber's doctor don't mention that. So that's a problem for her lawyers to deal with. But it may be a case of like, you know, maybe the sun thinking as far as jury, some of those for him, but amber's finally says that the 52 year old knew damn right that he would trip in
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Coming Soon: Mike Gallagher Bobbleheads!
"We're going to, we're putting together this bobblehead. In fact, if you're by a computer or a smartphone and you want to see what the bobblehead looks like, I'm going to give you about 60 seconds and then you can take a peek at this, let's go Brandon Mike Gallagher show bobblehead that we're going to start selling in a few weeks. Here on the Mike Gallagher show, it is creepy because it looks very much like me. And don't play it yet. Is that the one though? No, no, no, no, that's not the right one, is it? Oh yeah, that is, that's the one. Yeah, there it is. Oh boy. Salem news channel app. Download the app you can watch the show. See how creepy it looks. Now Eric's mad because the hair is gray, but my hair is gray. It's all right. Let it go. We'll send out a link of what the bobblehead looks like here in just a minute. And if you want to see what the bobble headline it looks, I think it's kind of funny, but we'll get your take on it. This is just a mock up. I think they're going to change the outfit, but the head is the head. That big fat nose of mine and that big, huge forehead. You could land a plane. You could land an F-35 on my forehead. But that's just how I look, you know? I've come to peace that I'm not a handsome person. I get it. There are people who are attractive, there are people who just look like a million bucks. I'm just a schlub, but a schlub makes for a good
"a million bucks" Discussed on WTOP
"Know maybe we got no chance we know It's hard to imagine pulling somebody with a perfect game going brewers take two or three from the Orioles scored two of the 9th to win it four two John means left the game with tightness in his forearm NBA play and tournament hawk speed Charlotte will now face Cleveland George Wallace wilby sports Ari thinks George as always one 46 Audio Thursday morning Among the top stories this morning Amaro were following for you at WTO the debate over redistricting locally in Maryland finally over this morning the state's highest court has decided against changing the legislative map part of appeal says it is supporting a special magistrate's report delete the map alone despite court challenges over whether or not it is in fact constitutional The primary is still being held this summer July 19th We're learning now that Brooklyn subway shooting suspect tipped off police to his own whereabouts this week Frank James barely called crime stoppers himself to say he was inside a Manhattan McDonald's Officer spotted him on a corner nearby James was arrested a day after the rush hour attack that left ten people with gunshot wounds and several other people hurt In other ways including smoke inhalation A president Joe Biden has officially approved another 800 million bucks in new military assistance to Ukraine to boost the country's defenses especially in the east Stay with double D TOP for more of these developing stories in just minutes where the time is one 47 That mass mandates for public transportation of the U.S. has been extended by the CDC You'll now have to mask up on trains planes buses until at least may 3rd The mandate was supposed to end April 18th The CDC tells CBS News the two week extension will give it time to assess the potential impact of a recent rise in coronavirus cases in some parts of the country CBS News medical contributor doctor David agus Federal government will reevaluate after those two weeks and to see whether they extend it or not There have been several extensions to date of that mass mandate The CDC says the BA two sub variant of the omicron variant now makes up more than 85% of U.S. cases Christopher Cruise CBS News Washington The CDC says this morning there have been increases in the 7 day moving average of the COVID cases in the U.S. since early this month That Thursday morning one 48 on WTO fee Rich honor with us in the WTO fee traffic.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"a million bucks" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Dan O Tiger Woods wins a popularity contest Doug no joke He really does This is something I've never heard of until this year but Tiger Woods has won the $8 million price so not only does one in popularity contest he has paid 8 million bucks for it He takes home the PGA Tour's inaugural player impact bonus It's a program that measures the player's popularity using 5 criteria including Google search results Phil Mickelson comes in second he only gets a bonus of $6 million the top ten are splitting $40 million total next year at bonus pool increases to 50 million Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has confirmed he will sell the blues as pressure has grown for his assets to be either frozen or seized in England due to his ties to Russian president Vladimir Putin On the club's website a statement from Abramovich says and that proceeds of a sale will go to a charitable fund to help the victims of the war in Ukraine The oligarch continues by saying that he will not ask for any loans to be repaid to him By the way there are about one and a half billion pounds of loans outstanding the 55 year old bought Chelsea for a 140 million pounds back in 2003 And he currently values the cloud at around 3 billion pounds ESPN reporting that Manchester United could be eyeing Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti as a short term answer as manager if PSG's Mauricio Pochettino decides against coming to Old Trafford Some reports suggest butcher Tino could leave Paris to take over at Madrid if Ancelotti leaves the Verna bio NBA scoreboard just one local team in action 9 46 to go in the fourth quarter It's turned around The Knicks now trail at Philadelphia 95 to 89 Brooklyn Nets getting some good news as Kevin Durant is expected back in the lineup tomorrow against the Miami Heat after being out since January 15th with a sprained left MCL Brooklyn is sitting 8th in the Eastern Conference playoff standings with a record of 32 and 31 New York Giants releasing tight end Kyle Rudolph in a cost saving move that will free a $5 million in salary.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"a million bucks" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Company gets bought by Disney For like 750 million bucks and I made a few million bucks And I thought this is it I have my I have my escape velocity And at the time at Facebook there were all these people that were trying And I was like three or four of it and other couple of folks jumped in for 50 K they're 500 K there a million there whatever And so while I was a full-time employee at Facebook I was a part time investor Anyways I put the money to work and it was non obvious that that fund was good I was learning and most of the investments I made were way too ambitious and I was deeply under capitalized So you in 2008 and 9 in hindsight it was really dumb to make a bunch of deep tech investments Now some of them have come home to roost and that fund has now tuned it but we got very lucky And it did very well but it took an enormously long period of time So I put the money to work and I learned I learned hey portfolio construction is important I didn't get that right I was way under capitalized like hey wait a minute I needed way more reserves to defend these companies And I had to think about duration meaning I can't solve 20 year problems in a ten year fund I need to solve 5 year problems in a ten year fund If I want to be in the fund business coming up we continue our conversation with chamath palihapitiya founder of social capital discussing the advantages of social investment You're listening to masters in business with very rid holds on Bloomberg radio.
News Radio 920 AM
"a million bucks" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"300 million bucks a day for 20 years to try to unite the country after we got bin life after Al Qaeda was wiped out there and can kind of come back here. But guess what. It's already back other places. His comments earlier in change are in line with some of what he was talking about. In the pre recorded message about 9 11. He released last night boxes, Peter Doocy, and as Saturday marked the 20th anniversary of 9 11, the country honored the people who lost Wives, their loved ones and the heroes who made sacrifices to save Americans. Two decades have passed since that day, and for so many people, 9 11 fields. Like it was just yesterday There was a somber and moving ceremony here at the World Trade Center site. We are in lower Manhattan today, where so many lives were lost at the commemoration at Ground zero began today with a tolling bell and moment of silence exactly 20 years after the first plane hit the World Trade Center, and as tradition goes, the 2753 names Of those killed were read aloud at the 9 11 Memorial, where the twin towers once stood boxes or Ingle and two vertical beams of bright blue light shot upward through the darkened New York City sky, evoking the twin towers at sundown in an annual tribute, visible for Miles, a tribute in light public art installation first shown six months after the September 11th attacks and has been repeated each anniversary since, with the twin columns reaching up to four miles into the sky from dusk to Dawn America is listening to Fox News. By from dust collector, Fox News Audio and the Fox.
"a million bucks" Discussed on Rich Bitch
"I sleep nine hours every night and for some of you listening. That may be a ton you're like. What but i am so hyper and high energy throughout the day. I'm going balls to the walls. One hundred and fifty percents. You know what. I'm saying. So i think that my body needs you know my battery. I'm thinking of my iphone right now. When i charge it at night my body needs to be plugged in for a good nine hours to function as a human. My brain needs a lot of sleep. Needs a lot of repair. Because i am out putting so much energy throughout the day that it makes sense that i need a lot of sleep. I argue that the adhd brain needs more sleep than the neuro typical brain just because we are hyperactive and we are out putting so much energy throughout the day it makes sense. It makes sense that we need a lot of sleep. And if you follow me on stories which. I hope you do come. Say hi at nj leash. Oh i love hanging out there. I love hanging with you on the graham. I've been sharing the dream caps from seoul cd and do these are the best. These are the cat's pajamas. This is how. I am a hashtag baby grandma and go to bed at eight. Feel like a million bucks in the morning these dream caps are packed with cbd melatonin passion. Flower i mean if you wanna wake up feeling like a million frigging bucks. You want to feel like superwoman. You wanna tackle your day and kick some boots. You need these dream gaps in your life. No i'm dead serious. You need these in your life. I'm just wow. I can't believe i just rhymed right there. That was awesome. that was so unplanned. But if you're having trouble sleeping right now which is affecting your brain in.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"a million bucks" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Win a million bucks. Massachusetts reporting 55 new covid cases in tonight's report, seven day average positivity right sitting at 70.42%, the same as last night. The Covid death toll here in the United States has surpassed 600,000, according to new data tonight from Johns Hopkins University. We're getting new evidence this evening that Covid 19 might have been making its way around the US earlier than first thought. A new analysis of blood samples from 24,000 Americans take it early last year is the latest and largest study to suggest that coronavirus appeared in the US by Christmas 2019. That's weeks before cases were first recognized by health officials. The virus did not become widespread in the US until late February of 2020 and CBS's Jim Krystle. A when it comes to our neck of the woods here in Massachusetts, that report shows a covid infection was discovered here in the Bay State on January 8th. It takes about two weeks to develop covid antibodies. So officials say that means this person was possibly infected back in December, again more than a month. For the first official confirmed case here in Massachusetts, 6 17 Let's go abroad now President Biden in Geneva, Switzerland tonight. Earlier today he took part in a summit with the EU, which resulted in a joint statement saying the allies the US and the EU are ready to, in their words decisively respond to Russia and its alleged harmful behavior overseas. Tomorrow, all eyes will be on Geneva As the president meets with the Russian leader Vladimir Putin. The two leaders are going to come face to face in two separate meetings. One is going to be a smaller meeting. We're told there will be about four people in the room that includes obviously President Biden. Russian President Vladimir Putin, as well as two senior advisers on both sides.
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"a million bucks" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"With close to three million bucks in it to learn mortgage. Oh, two armed citizens network dot or g'kar. That's armed citizens network dot or g'kar. This hour from months of freedom sport to you by help that dot net help that dot net is an online resource and information center dedicated to the welfare of those who have sacrificed for the freedoms, ideals and morals. We Americans hold dear to our hearts. I hope that dot net find information on benefit related issues from education, healthcare, military pay retirement via loans and resource is on education, finance, legal, health and wellness, The military life moving in housing, traveling entertainment and much, much more visit help that dot net help it. Chris Jericho has a unique, engaging tape on pop culture and it all comes out. On talk is Jericho Stone Cold Steve Austin is back on TJ looking back at all these matches and all the great ones they had in your career is there. One that stands out is your favorite 17 was very special to me to work with rock and rock the house No pun intended like we did against a guy that I really love being in a ring with so much we sold tickets talk. He's Jericho. Listen on apple podcasts or wherever you get your shows. That makes some people successful. How can they help you on your journey? Find out with Tor a doctor. Woman media was nervous about using the R word you were one of the first was leg. It's racism. After I said people were like somebody said it So now I could say it when I opened up my newscast, and I said This is CNN Tonight. I'm don lemon. The president. United States is racist. The guys in the control room like behind the camera like ratio. Listen on apple podcasts or wherever you get your shows. Better life with Dr Sanjay Gupta. When it comes to your kids, well being, there are few things more important than sleep. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta, CNN's chief medical correspondent. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine, says kids aged 3 to 5 should get 10 to 13 hours of sleep a night. Kids age 6 to 12 should get 9 to 12 hours a night. Teenagers 8 to 10 hours, But the CDC says only four in 10 middle schoolers and three and 10 high schoolers are actually getting enough sleep..
"a million bucks" Discussed on V103
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Newsradio 600 KOGO
"a million bucks" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Well, I just share with you a bunch of different proposals about stimulus checks and tax credits and for giving up the $50,000 in student loan debt, How we gonna pay for all this? Well. Senator Elizabeth Warren has just joined the Senate Finance Committee. And she says that she's going to introduce a wealth tax everybody who has a fortune of $50 million or more. Is going to pay a tax of 2% on every dollar over 50 million. Let's say you're worth 50 million bucks. No tax, But now let's say you're worth $100 million. You're gonna pay. And she's gonna have a surcharge, she says. For every dollar of wealth over a billion So my basic question to that proposal is How are you going to count it? I mean, it's not like most folks or billionaires have the money sitting around in a bank account or even a brokerage account. Their assets are tied up in real estate in business interests, and not always publicly traded companies where the price is well known. Ah, lot of these air closely held private businesses. How are you going to value it? What about all of their homes around the world? What about their yachts, their planes and their artwork? How are you a going to know the asset exists, and B, How are you going to put a price on it? So it just renders. I think a huge administrative challenge to figure all this out. But the point is, they're going like Willy Sutton to where the money is. New York State's doing the same thing. The Legislature and Albany is proposing a bill that will levy a 10% mansion tax. So if you want a big mansion in New York City, a 10% tax Oh, but how do you define mansion, according to the legislation, every residence in New York It is worth more. Than $300,000, and that 10 per cent tax. Would be an annual tax. In other words, over 10 years, you're going to pay as much in tax as you paid to buy the house. We'll have to wait and see if proposals like these Go through. And if you decide enough of all of this stuff I need to get out of Dodge. We'll go to Barbados. Barbados is offering a one year remote working visa. Applicants who warned $50,000 a year or more from an employer based outside the country. In other words, you live in the U. S. You're making 50 grand.
"a million bucks" Discussed on V103
"What time of year Don't know. Y'all give it like a million bucks. What Let me help you. Yeah. Town. Well, let me turn him out of the O. Come on. Come on things like that, huh? Show will. Good morning, everybody. You're listening to the voice. Come on. Dig me now One and only Steve Harvey got a radio show. Bad old man, old man. Yeah. God be good to me, man. I can't explain it all really have Oh, you know what? I want to remind everybody of something that I need reminding know myself all the time. And, um, I'm I'm dealing with a couple of things now and I had to remind myself You know what I have to remember after constantly mind myself. To stay in constant communication with God. Constant. Communication. We got You know, sometimes you know, I have a tendency and maybe we do all this people I don't know, but I know for me. That one is going okay? Slack up in sometimes having conversations with him cause I'm not coming to him on the daily with something as pressing or something, and I find myself slacking up in the communication. The danger I have learned in that is this Um, I think you know. I mean, we've all heard old people say, you know, you got to stay prayed up, you know? I am, you know, prayed up means, you know, you got some stored up. You just got an abundance of him Where you don't you're putting it in. Because what happens he is is when you're not in constant communication with God when you're not constantly praying. Doing those good times. That allows for the enemy to slip in. And do the little things that could be upsetting. And then the next thing you know it, you get several little things in a row. Now you've got an issue you dealing with, You know, I have to remind myself when it's going like that, man. Have I really been praying? I haven't really been in constant communication with God, because you know that that helps God against that little bitty stuff coming in. Sometimes it's big stuff, sometimes his major stuff, But I've noticed man that when I get on him more of a smooth plain in life, they have a tendency to slack up in that department. And that ain't the time to slack up. I'm really learning that I have to stay in constant communication with God because it enables me to ward off those little things. Coming up that can get in the way. And so I just wanted to make you wear that as I'm learning it myself that staying prayed up is important that you try to stop prayers. You know you try toe. You know, have some prayers in the bank. So to speak, and just constant communication with you, because it'll just safeguard you will give us a lot of stuff back doing you. You know, I just wanted to make sure you understood that because on your journey It's gonna be many obstacles. Said Just 100 times on the show. The road to success is always under construction. I say that all the time and it's to let you understand that is not going to be easy. But we can make it more difficult than it has to be. You know when you called strike out on the journey. You know, Uh, let's say I got in my car, The sound in New York and I get in my car. And I say I'm going to L. A I don't know if I drive West and continue to drive West. Eventually I should get to California or may wind up in Portland or Seattle or something like that. But if I drive West I'm gonna eventually get to the West Coast. Now. Wouldn't it be smarter than If I mapped out the route Which saved me a bunch of driving, I don't need and figuring that I don't have to calculate when you know the way to go. You know if you know you want to cut cross on the 20. You want to cut cross on the 70 or you wanna cut cross on the 10? You know, you gotta devise around now, if I want to go visit some people I know then I know I got that. I need to go down. You know, it might go through Ohio come down on the 80. Didn't get on 71 take that all the way down to the tent and then ride across all might take it to the 20 cut through Texas. And then and then let it link back up on the chair. I know a lot of different ways. But guess what. The best way is to map it out. You can go anywhere, but if you go with the map, it's more precise. You save yourself a lot of time, and that's what prayer has taught me. That one of us would identify. Continuously. Pray that I stay in in in in. I stay in a prepared mode. I have more idea of where I'm going. I'm more secured my route. If you just take off driving, heading west. Yeah, you'll eventually get to the West Coast if you out east, But guess what, though? Had you mapped it out? You can see when you veering off. You may stop come out and Not be paying attention. Next thing you know you're on a route and you go on another Where you going North when you could easily still be going west. You've got to constantly be aware that I'm just pointing it out to you because I know that on your journey. Ah, lot of times you get sidetracked. And part of the ways we get sidetracked is we lose out on that very, uh, very beneficial resource of prayer. We lose out without connection with God get strained the thicker You can keep the cord connected to God. If you thin out your communication with God and Mr to having a big cable Now you're dealing with a little three. You know, a cable is stronger than three. And so it just decreases. Your opportunity. And so you know, I wanted to just make you aware of that. And you know the ever be encouraging to save everybody out there and just keep your head up. It is going to be dark days for you. They are going to be situations where is gonna be daunting and hard to face. But, man Oh, man. Oh, man, everybody has to face these challenges. Everybody get Doc sometimes, you know, Look if you didn't lose If you didn't lose.
860AM The Answer
"a million bucks" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Not only don't lose principal due to market volatility on your original principle. But every single year that you make money that new money that you made in the last year becomes newly protected Principal. You will not lose the gains that you've made in previous years, for example. We've had many, many clients in 2017, for example, that with index to universal life they locked in gains of 16% tax free. Others locked in gains of 25%. There are those with multipliers that locked in gains as high as 55%. But that means that that on a million dollar nest egg If you locked in 160,000 of growth, that means you now have a million 160,000 starting the year 2018 or if you locked in 25%, which many did you have a million 250,000. Now, let's say 2018, which by the way, was just a whole hum year not really much gain or loss. But let's say that it was like 2008 10 years previously, and the market dropped 40%. That means the million 250,000 was protected from Los At the end of 2018 of the market would have taken a 40% nose dive like it did back in 2008. You would have still had your million 250,000. If your money was in the market, you would have lost 40%. You would have lost a lot of the game that you made the previous year and also many of the games that you made years before that. This is why I love indexing as a strategy, for example. When we apply the laser test liquidity and safety you also the R is rate of return, and so you want to have a decent rate of return that historically has beaten inflation. And I've always been able to average between you know 6 to 10% rates of return, even though some years I have earned like I said, you know, 16 25% or more. But other years when the market goes down, like in 2008 lot of clients using the laser fund, they may not have made very much, But they didn't lose their almost cheering. Go go because they didn't lose 40%. If they had a million bucks at the beginning of 2008, they still had their million dollars at the end of 2000 and eight where most Americans If that million dollars was in traditional Irish and for one K's in the market that million bucks was down to about $600,000 That happened twice in that decade, by the way after the terrorist attacks of 9 11 in the year, 2001 Many people who had a million dollar nest egg at the turn of the century, they saw that million dollars dwindle down by the end of 2003 down to 600 grand. It took four years to make back what they lost because a a 40% loss. Has to be followed by a 67% gain to get back your money see a million going down to 1,200,000 has to grow by 400,000, which is a 67% gain. To make up for a 40% loss. That happened by the end of 2007. By the end of 2007 many people following our strategies if they had a million in the year 2000, some of them had two million. They doubled their money in that seven year period, using indexing and re balancing What happened in 2000 and eight As Warren Buffett put it, he said, when the tide went out in 2000 and eight it revealed who was swimming naked is what he said. See, a lot of people were not protected from loss. And so the million bucks went down to 600,000 again. For the second time in a decade. They lost 40%. It took four years until 2012 to get back up to the million dollar level again. It was it was the lost decade. Actually, it was 12 years. Many people following the strategies we teach in our educational webinars..
"a million bucks" Discussed on WTVN
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WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"a million bucks" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"He did the little sit trick, but I don't know about that. I thought he was cute. But I could see all the other handlers like, okay, we get it. D a On CBS Sports radio. I don't know about that. Welcome back. D a with you here on CBS. Sports Radio Way. Appreciate you being with us and the target demo Friday. Let us know where you are. How you're listening and What you'll be doing for playoffs this weekend, and I'll read to those coming up here later on in the show an hour from now. Yesterday, a Mickey Mantle rookie 1950 to set the record for most expensive baseball card or any sports card ever. $5.2 Million.5.2 million bucks. This card was graded as meant. Nine. And sold for about $2.8 million just two years ago. So how about that for an increase in value 2.8 and in two years went to 5.2. There's only a handful of the Mickey Mantle rookies that are graded this high, which is great condition. Straight corners, no creases, etcetera. And the guy that bought it looks like a real tool. He's got this really stupid hat on E Think is T shirt says Dope. And like as though this is cool or rag dope. I don't know. This guy just looks like a total red. Moron. But this set the record because the previous record was a mike Trout 09 Bowman Chrome Draft Prospect Super Factor, which went for about $4 million back in August. Now there's been a trading card boom recently. I've tried to study this, and I'm still kind of at a loss for why Suddenly, people want baseball cards because I used to collect them incessantly when I was 10 and 11 and 12 years old and then I haven't really done it for years now, suddenly I'm seeing a whole bunch of really wealthy. You know, stock portfolio guys and hedge fund managers want to jump into the friend of like, well, what happened in the last 20 years. Baseball cards have been there forever. But anyway, I'm so much more about Mickey Mantle's rookie card going for five that Mike Trout's going for four, whereas if you had five million bucks would just spend it on in terms of a baseball card. How about a Babe Ruth Red Sox card? I don't think that exists. When we weren't we weren't painting portrait of these guys and put them on cars. We'd Honus Wagner was an oldest wagon. The same era Honus Wagner was, but they're very there's a very limited run of cards back then, those were tobacco cards, and I don't I don't think it stretches all the way back to before 1919 When Babe Ruth was sold. I think it started in the twenties. Actually, That's why we need a personalized.