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Sorry folks, you need to upgrade phone every year now

Talking Tech

04:39 min | 2 d ago

Sorry folks, you need to upgrade phone every year now

"We may not like I'm going to say so let me just get it out. Get used to it. It's time to just keep your phones for a year that's it period. Upgrade every twelve months because as good as your old phone is upgrading makes a lot more economic sense. And why fight it apple Samsung and Google do such an amazing job. Every twelve months of convincing us why we need to ditch the old model for the new I say you just go with it. Now, there's many websites online that will buy your old phone from you and apple best buy in the wireless carriers play that game too or you could sell it yourself on Ebay or craigslist maybe make a little bit more money. But in order to get good dollars for the device, it needs to be the latest model. For instance declutter DOT COM, they'll pay four hundred and fifty nine dollars for last year's iphone eleven pro or five hundred dollars for the eleven pro Max. The models that initially sold for a thousand dollars in eleven hundred dollars. Now, apple promises to offer just about the same in trading credit four, hundred, fifty or five hundred dollars now granted your device has to be in good condition without a cracked screen and noticeable wear and tear apple insists that it turns on and functions normally all the buttons and cameras work. The body is free of dents and scratches, and at the touchscreen and back glass are undamaged good luck with that one. Now Apple, ask you to answer those questions online, and if they agree that you have indeed been truthful, you get the five hundred dollar credit or. Quote if your device does not match the condition you described, you'll receive a revised trade in. Value Unquote. Let's say apple only gives you four hundred dollars for a new phone and you nabbed thousand dollar iphone twelve pro for six hundred bucks plus tax, and you plan to trade it back twelve months from now your cost of ownership a dollar sixty, five a day. For a device that you will use every day all day for email texts, web serving facebook, posting tweets, paying for goods, stores, hailing an Uber or lift listening to music, watching movies and TV shows taking all those amazing photos and sharing them everywhere under the sun. Now the point is a dollar sixty five a day is that really minor purchase even when you do the math and expanded to eleven dollars and fifty five cents a weekly or fifty dollars monthly. Now, in Apple's new phone, you get stronger glassed it says is four times less likely to crack a camera that takes better photos in low light higher resolution video, a more powerful processing chip for spiff your performance, and as good as the eleven pro model is is just not as good. If you don't feel like selling I understand but hear me out because if you go back further in time you're older phones just aren't worth much. The tennis Max will get your three, hundred, seventy bucks the tennis three, hundred dollars the ten are two, fifty, the eight, plus two, ten, the eight, one, forty, and considering that these older phones have more years on them. The odds of them nabbing the amount of money that apple tout's is really remote. Now, just to confuse you even more the carriers have basically turned the corner and they're sort of offering free phones in deals again with that new two year or slightly longer contract, the iphone twelve is free with at and T.. Trade in thirty month commitment to paying sixty eight dollars and forty nine cents monthly for an unlimited plan. But I think that they'll stinks because you're on the hook for two thousand and fifty four dollars you're locked into a plan they could charge more than rivals and you'll have to pay a penalty to leave early. Trading Street to apple or selling to a use site makes a lot more sense financially. T mobile throws a hundred and fifty dollar gift card on top your trade-in. Once you sign up for service, which is good while verizon sells you the new phone on time fifteen dollars monthly for existing customers were ten dollars thirty seven cents monthly for new customers with a two year term on top of the trade in again, you'll pay a lot more for the phone this way. So a way better deal sign up for apple's credit card, which offers no interest monthly installments for the new phone over a two year period with a four hundred dollars traded on the iphone eleven pro you're looking at twenty dollars and seventy nine cents monthly. Now, that's a two year contract. You'll have to Weasel Anna in twelve months but apple says, you can do it and it ends up clocking in at sixty nine cents a day and you WanNa hold onto your old phone. Really.

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Startup Loom Booms on Rise of the Video Message

Business Wars Daily

03:43 min | 4 d ago

Startup Loom Booms on Rise of the Video Message

"Wars daily on this Thursday October twenty second. Here's a trend bits grown like crazy during the pandemic when you might not yet be aware of but watch out by this time next year I predict you will be it's called video messaging a number of services. Now offered the ability for anyone with a computer or smartphone to make a quick high quality video and send it immediately for free or cheap. One of the most basic reasons to try it. It's easier and faster to talk than it is to type according to. Founders at San Francisco Startup. Loom but loom is more than just a video version of text messaging for one it allows users to record their screens and their faces at the same time, which makes it an ideal tool for teaching and training remotely a math teacher for example, can speak directly to their students and visually illustrate that tricky geometry problem at the same time actor Ashton Kutcher. One of the APPS investors uses it to provide feedback on scripts. He told Forbes, you actually need the virtual object and the explanation at the same time in addition to conveying the real emotion. Clearly. It can be compelling to receive a video message instead of an email and that's not just anecdotal today. The company claims it has seven million users up from a couple of million pre pandemic in late May investors poured thirty million dollars into loom. Valued at three, hundred, fifty, million dollars that's double its value a year ago what's happening? Well, we're all working from home. Of course, even pre pandemic loom had conceived of its APP is appealing to remote workers but no one knew just how suddenly we'd all be communicating digitally all the time. Now loom even newer start a video card or working around the clock building out there young products to grab this new opportunity before it passes them by the first mover often wins market share and becomes the category leader at least for the foreseeable future. All of that rapid work means a lot of hiring loom is now one of the fastest growing startups around according to linked in late last month linked in named loom number nine on its list of. Top fifty startups. That's a list of privately held American companies filling bunches of jobs. The companies already ballooned from a handful of team members to almost one hundred today last week, Lumo unveiled what it's calling new loom video messaging is already attracting small businesses but loom in its rivals may not turn big profits from that market. After all, you can get their APPs with limited services for free where the big money may lie large companies the new loom includes. A custom plan for enterprises, it allows an unlimited number of users to create videos offers a virtual library for storing them. That way multiple creators can make say hundreds of different training videos that users can search loom believes many companies will want to replace time consuming synchronous webinars with short recorded videos especially, because many workers are now teaching their kids from home and they're at their jobs only after bedtime smaller businesses can get loom for about eight dollars per. User per month, the company hasn't published a price for enterprises as with any startup success isn't guaranteed for either company. Any of the larger Digital Communications Brands Zoom Microsoft teams slack could jump right into the

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United Drops After Earnings

CNBC's Fast Money

02:53 min | Last week

United Drops After Earnings

"But we started off with an earnings alert on united the airline lower the after hours session after reporting earnings. Let's get straight to fill a bow with details spill. Him, Melissa United. Losing one point eight billion dollars in the third quarter. That's not a surprise. Everybody knows what's been happening with the airline industry the numbers a little wider lost than many people were estimating a loss of eight dollars and sixteen cents a share. The estimate was for a loss of seven fifty, three revenue falling seventy eight percent coming in a little shy of expectations at two point four, eight, billion dollars the real metric everybody's focused on the daily cash burn. Now, just a point of reference. This is a company that. was losing fifty million dollars a day back at the end of March, when the pandemic accelerated, they brought it down to forty million dollars for a daily cash loss. In Q. Two, they bring it down to twenty, five, million, Q. Three, four, million of that by the way is debt in severance payments. So they're core daily cash burn comes down to twenty one, million dollars a day. Now in the earnings report, they do not give a break even date. So while we heard from Delta yesterday saying look, we think we're break even sometime. In the spring united is not addressing that in this earnings report though I suspect that we know that question's GonNa go up on the analyst. All tomorrow I suspect that united will likely give some guidance at that time it's liquidity nineteen point four, billion dollars more importantly Melissa. The company is stressing that it believes that has the cash on hand to get through this pandemic nobody know quite how long this pandemic will last how long it'll airlines will be down that a year and a half two years but united does believe that it's positioned. Well, coming out of the third quarter at least in terms of liquidity don't forget. We have an exclusive tomorrow morning on Squawk box you do not want to miss this Scott Kirby CEO of United Airlines you'll be talking to us not only about the numbers about the daily cash burn but also this question of what's the path to break even is, does it happen in the spring? Does it happen sooner than that? A lot of questions for him tomorrow morning Melissa fell had united before giving a break, even target like Delta had. I don't remember them giving a specific target I know that they were hoping to get close to break even by the end of the year. Frankly that's what every airline was pushing for. Let's get close to break even by the end of the year. So I wouldn't be surprised if they come out and they say look we now think it's GonNa be sometime in the spring or late first quarter second quarter that would not surprise me nor would it surprise any analyst either so it's not like this is news where people are saying, wait a second. We don't know when they're going to get back to break even. Looking, at the progression on the daily cash burn in how much it's coming down I think that's going to be one of the focus points of the analysts call tomorrow and I think you're gonNA, see Wall Street try to pin them down in terms of when they think they get the break even yeah. It seems like as soon as Delta said, we're GONNA push that out it sort of opened the door for the other airlines to do the same. Fell thank you. We'll be listening for that interview tomorrow. I'm squawk box Phillips

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Interview with Low Steppa

Back To Back

06:23 min | Last week

Interview with Low Steppa

"Massive stuck spe has behind me. I did a livestream. An okay. Yeah it was up. It's been a long time. I did it's been forever and I don't know I mean have you. Ever actually like talked on the phone or anything, no member we used to we used to chat online when I lived in La Yeah in two thousand twelve. Both doing crazy fast. sped moment on tall things. Like. That's absolutely right. Bad. Yeah. That's it's such. A funny period like doesn't that just seems like another lifetime now Eight dollars an. Hour for. In the music was fun at the time but. I really believe what I do now is a bit more time less like I wouldn't go back and listen to. Think, high's music is a is a lot more a lot longer life span on. Glad I ended up. Doing nine basically. Well Yeah we'll. We'll talk about all of that for sure I mean I was just stoked to have you odd man. Thank for doing this in the first place not someone. Oh. My God Tel Aviv and I mean, how? How has your year been because I mean for you? You know I mean you just released the boiling point album, which is I mean that's a big deal for any artist I. Think for for what you've been doing. That's kind of like a benchmark moment but then we're in this weird time in the world right? It was meant to be probably the best year and We had to cancel half the album to album was coming out at the end of March. So we we come soda and but it's a funny one because it's a bit like it's a great time to release music as well as being a bad song because you can't really benefit off. Getting, loads of bookings off the back of your album when his notebook ins. Much doing I'm actually doing a few things lately outdoor things. Yeah it's not the same bombing still Scott veto and it's better than nothing. Yeah. Well, when you say you've been doing stuff have you been late are outdoors shows that are happening over in the UK? Yes. Lhasa idea to and you capacity car park and everyone was. Set in these little metal so a cages. Saddam Dune a bigger one with Jonas blue, which which is more in the country. saw it up. North. It looks really Nice Scott Stream flowing through it like between the DJ in the crowd and. So that's good. That's great. For Dj's you don't want to interact with anyone because there's a river separating. So. We lose call I'll say everyone sat on tables and then. The Saturday after similar one down Saif. Paperless starting to do stuff but the winter's come inside don't know what that means. Really. Yeah. I mean there's been some of those. I'm in Washington DC I. Know I should have you been there for that where you were back in the day no I've Kinda bounced all over I've been in DC now for about a year and a half before that I was in San Diego and I back when you and I were talking, I was probably still living in Chicago back then so I bounced around a little bit. Think. You're American. Oh really. Where did you think I was from? The French. French awesome in. All right. Yeah thought you'd moved from somewhere to America? Now I'll take it man. I'll lean into that. That's great. He's probably all that Jack Daniels or used to drink. Fish. Are you are you off project Daniels now hostility during but not not a lot but I don't J. Daniels and I remember back in the day there was some there was some. Times at Avalon in Hollywood and stuff fly that it was. Fun. Miss some. Signs a bit of a mess right now. Yeah. I mean here in America we've got kind of a perfect storm of the pandemic mixed with with trump, which is its own nightmare and you know it's you're kind of seeing like the decline of the American Empire Right now so it's it's just a bunch of shit happening all at once you know people are becoming much more aware of like the racism in this country and it's all happening at the same time. So it's with all of it on top of each other I mean, how has it been in the UK what's the? What's the mood over there? I'll think. Think paper a little depressed really because. It's just so dragged on iron. Eight. So my slyke nothing's changing fast. It's am I it's nor it's gay normal Iran, and even when paper during these events allow vape lawyer that's rubbish in ice of a guide and it's sad because right now, I can't see them letting clubs, I've paypal sweats and all ivory. Anytime say Moi worries for next year because if next year suffers hits a bit like these big companies that do all these big festivals, they gonNA thing. Let's do something else. You no longer pay for going to hang around to make no money I'm hoping next year things Greenfield's of their line up for next summer Kazakh Wisconsin obviously this summer so that people are not like they are expecting to do things but The job is to think of the government don't care about. They saw this Paul Life Really. Yeah. I mean I should cause always say it makes a lot neighbor hates obviously not their priorities it for young people to have fun. Yeah.

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A tale of two direct listings

Equity

11:11 min | 3 weeks ago

A tale of two direct listings

"Hello, and welcome to equity shot are quick hit on breaking news I'm Natasha Mascarenas and today joining me to talk about a tale of not one. But two direct listings on the same Damn Day is Danny Creighton. How are you Danny doing? All right this is exciting. You know we went from a world of no direct listings to an occasional direct listening to multiple direct listings in the same day. So it's an exciting exciting morning. We can finally stop breaking up spotify in slack whenever we say the L word and reinvention Asana, and pollen tear, which are the two news heads we got today it's zoo of curiosities. But lots of great stuff to talk about where where do you WanNa start you WANNA. Start with Asana or palate here. What's more interesting to you I think I have to start with pollen tear and my big question is you've been tracking it through every. You know crazy filing, your high level thought was this a successful debut on the Stock Market for? Today I think it's a definitely a success. You know the stock from January two, thousand, nineteen onwards trading at around five to five, fifty, a share, and then in the last two or three months that price jumped to about nine dollars and sixteen cents as of September first, and so you know when when the reference price came out yesterday from the New York Stock. Exchange which was quoted at seven dollars and twenty five cents. A lot of people were like, wow, that's like a significant drop from nine sixteen like what happened particularly also last week we had the Wall Street Journal reporting they were looking for a ten dollar referenced price. You know none of those numbers were really good but look it's trading. Now it's live as we're. Doing the show, it's ten dollars and sixty one cents a share I'm. So it's better than all the numbers we heard before and it's up fifty percent on day one. So so part of me feels like this reference value was actually chosen precisely to give it a pop on day one you know if they were targeting ten bucks on Day One, this is sort of what they got and so a little bit of a lower reference price might have given them a little bit more of A. Psychological boost on on day one. So I, I think overall to success. Do you. Can you talk me a little bit about how we're trying to value the company right now I feel like I'm seeing a bunch of different numbers out there. Do we have an understanding of its fully diluted market value? We do there's still a little bit abate mostly because Peletier gives multiple numbers for the number of care. So it gives us one point six, billion shares outstanding two point one fully diluted two point one billion fully diluted than two point five billion fully fully fully diluted and so. I would say that its current share price, we would call it around twenty, four, billion in evaluation, which is an uptick from its its last rounds. Again at you know for a seventeen year old company to have the sort of strong debut on Wall Street I think it's pretty good. All things considered. Okay. Cool. I'll put a pin in Pailin tear, but I do want to talk about their lock-up period later, run me through Asana numbers I. saw it opened at a five point two billion value. Yes it's on a similar story. So yesterday, The New York Stock Exchange released a reference value of twenty one bucks per share. It zoomed straight out onto the public market. So it debuted, it's currently sitting at twenty eight dollars a share up thirty three percent on day one so far it's up to about I. Think it peaked at five point, two billion, and as of now is more like three point five, three point seven, five, billion market CAP. But again, that's actually significantly higher than his last valuation, which was an inlet late twenty, eighteen around one and A. Half billion dollars so either oke across the board I think both of these issues you know there's always a lot of risk drake listings. As you pointed out Natasha there haven't been that many is this sort of a novel mechanism. They're still a little bit unclear and exactly how they work, and so it's great to see again similar to slack spotify you know these are two enterprise. Companies to again totally different from the more consumer is random companies particularly spotify, which has tens of millions of consumers who might be retail investors buying into the stock. Most people haven't used the Sauna and certainly must people haven't used Pailin tear and so to see the kind of strength on the markets and the first day is is enticing for other companies considering the direct listing model. Right There I feel like pollen tears total customer base was what one? Hundred Fifty, company, hundred, twenty-five customers. That's a lot of customers Doing Gospel distanced. Something it's probably my favorite statistic about the company and I think I saw Dan Prime tweeting the other day that you know it's no longer going to be a secret of company. So we can stop calling it as such. This is the end of that right that confrontation about pollen tear for. So long we've been having well I, I will say. This about an hour ago. So may not be true today. A ASANA has an investor relations page like a standard like every company who publicly trades Peletier does not like it actually does not have as as of an hour ago that I looked up I could not find an investor relations page for here, which which tells you everything you need to know about the company I, feel like that is like in a beautiful one sentence or describes his relationship with investors, but but I think you're absolutely right you. Know despite the fact that only one, hundred, twenty, five customers despite the fact that took seventeen years three hundred grew it's growing from seven hundred, forty, three, million in revenue last year in fiscal year twenty, nineteen, it gave a revenue projection for twenty twenty about one point, five, billion to it's a growth company. It's SAS more and more SAS today than it was in the past where it was more services driven. So again, it's a positive story despite all the kerfuffle around its governance the last couple weeks do you Do you feel like the direct listing method might now take on more popularity. I. Mean. Maybe in some way, but can we even is? Is it enough of a success? You'd think that other companies might follow suit now that it's not just spotify that that did this. I think the more the merrier right I think Palentinian particular raised capital round back in. July right which was sort of what I was told from some insiders essentially the IPO that was the IPO and then direct listings just the actual market exchange. So I think we're GONNA see more companies taking this approach of bifurcating the capital, raise the float that you would normally do a IPO and just the actual just GonNa Start. Trading today and you know I think that that allows you more time to create the right narrative the right story of and also separates what is a a pretty intense kind of crisis driven process the road show getting the company ready the SEC filings separating out at out you don't put all your eggs in one basket. You can do it in stages and I think more and more companies undertake that approach going forward. My question to is and I'm sure our listeners are curious is with all direct listings. There's no shares offered by the company when the when it debuts and so when we see these prices I, guess how much of them are they vanity metrics much of their HABITA- goals, how important are they for us to care about and think about? I wanted to be precise. So there are no new shares offered by the company. So there's no dilutive in an IPO generally have fifteen, maybe twenty percent new shares offered to the public. There are no new shares but many of the insiders have to pay taxes capital gains they actually do have to sell shares. So you know so far this morning already thirty five, million shares of have already been traded and We have on Pailin tear thirty, two, hundred, and thirty million. Shares sold today, right? So already, there's a market, there's clearly tens of millions of shares being sold. So these prices are real or Israel as any other IPO in which people are you know figuring out what's going to happen? You know the next checkpoint for both of these companies is gonNA come in a couple of weeks when they report their next quarterly earnings and I think by then you'll start to see the analysts get comfortable the companies understand the next steps and what's happening after. And you're speaking with Dustin Moskovitz later today the founder of Asana. So any questions on that? You can kind of tease out right now. Well, I was told. The pure folks. About our stock imagery because apparently no longer has sideburns to. Join, the Line of people that complain but it's like you know there's the old line about taking a haircut. Up Thirty, five percents of they actually gained hair on the market today speak. Clearly. sideburns maybe somewhere else. But? No I. THINK WE'RE GONNA be really interested because some unique company in which its founders, Dustin Moskovitz who Justin Rosenstein, who both met each other at facebook actually majority of the company outright right. We just never see or very rarely see tech companies where the founding to CEO's and and COO own like outright majority like not just a majority of the voting because of class, a class B shares but they just outright own about thirty two percent of the company I believe doesn't owns thirty six. Percent of the company outright and just knowns around sixteen point, one percent and so to me like I'm just curious because it's just a different path for a company it was a slower growth company capital much more efficiently grew much more methodically and the founders sort of maintained ownership over time in a way that most other founders do not think the other. The other thing to put out here is Asana has no lockup though the similar to spotify Ed to black as listing all the shares are available for trade to anyone. Who any insider anyone who owns a share of on this morning can put it on the market and sell it Here is the complete opposite pallares pioneering this new kind of fusion of the IPO and the direct listing one would argue maybe the worst of both of those processes but actually a direct listing with a lockup and so only roughly twenty eight to twenty nine percent of pollen. Tear shares are even available for sale at all with the rest in lockup and market standoff agreements that will expire over. The next calendar year. So you know there's a lot more to wait on right. There's not as much liquidity with Pallares could actually harm the stock price. They might be a little bit inflated right now because there's limited number of shares available for trade, we'll have to watch and see but again, it'll be interesting to see if other companies start to do a directing the lockup because clearly Palin tear has not suffered tremendously using this model. So again, another tool in the tool chest and uber do something similar with lock-up period. mean. They did like all IPO's. Underwriter from a bank, they have lockups in place mostly to make sure that there's not a mass rush to the exit. They don't want hundreds of millions of shares at any price willing to be sold. They WANNA, kinda manager coming out because they're putting oftentimes their own money up through the green shoe at stake, and so again, that's what made direct listings unique is that there wasn't this lockup employees are free to do on day one through whatever they don't have to wait six months as is customary. So again, we'll see kind of where the the system lies in the future. As you know, the New York Stock Exchange also got approval to do a direct. Listening with a capital fundraise so we've gone from this world of like there's an IPO and that's the only way to go public to. You can do a direct listing, a direct listening with a lockup, a direct listening without lockup address listening lock-up in a capital fundraise like you can do anything you want. You know it's it's the it's the Netflix of going public. So to speak I, see the headline now airbnb goes public through a through a pollen tear style direct listing. It's just going to happen and it's going to be horrible but we will be back here to talk about it as always every shareholder gets a free party house for one night so. That'll be the new innovation going on there, but but that's a sonnet that is Pelham Tear Ford they an and we'll have more to come in the next week.

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The beauty hall for 2020 is here

Breaking Beauty Podcast

05:37 min | 3 weeks ago

The beauty hall for 2020 is here

"All right. So normally, we always start out with skincare. We know that you guys are huge skin care junkies, but there's so much news make up that. Honestly we have to give it some love straight off the top, and we're going to start with none other than rare beauty, the new line by Selena. Gomez. Okay. So I did not get my package a curly, and so I'm very excited to hear what you thought of the line and what you think the winners are and just definitely part of this bigger trend we're seeing right of so many celebrities launching makeup lines right now. Yeah it's. True I feel like they used to be kind of like on the poster to represent like a new lipstick or something in these big campaigns, and now it's as though they've stepped out of the frame and they're really owning their own lines it really you know with Selena Gomez I know that health is a topic that's really close to her heart. So we know that one percent of the proceeds from this whole line is going toward increasing access to mental health services. So I, think just having like so much more integrity behind his lines as what makes them not just a flash in the pan. Committed to one hundred, million dollars over the next ten years. So that's a pretty big deal that's super exciting, and of course, we know that Sephora, is behind this line as well. It's exclusive to Sephora so although it's not one of the Kendo brands. So to speak I, feel like you know Sephora they get all that Intel from their customers they know what they want and they really brought a lot of I would say like. Thoughtfulness, to these formulations, I think that's where a rare beauty really wins. Okay. So let's hear about it because I know a lot of people were kind of comparing it to fantasy like one what's been your experience so far? What's what have you been? Loving. So my favorite product from the lot is the rare beauty liquid touch weightless foundation, and so that's the one everyone's going to compare it Fendi. It has forty eight shades except this one is only twenty nine dollars, which is cheaper than the fence is thirty eight dollars Canadian, and of course, it launched just at the beginning of September I really love it. So first of. All just tell you like what it is. It's meant to be a lightweight valuation that goes on Super. Naturally but it has quite a bit of pigment to it. So it will give you a medium to full coverage finish and I think we're all familiar with the bottle. We've probably seen it on instagram. It's as beautiful like it's got the sculptural shape to it. So it then bottle and then it has like this white ball on the top definitely GonNa look good on your shelf e and when you open it, what's really unique is its got this gigantic doe foot applicator like it almost reminds me of the applicators of those. Big Conceal that were coming ask chair. Yeah. Yeah and it's meant to be like a Serum Foundation. So you actually shake it and you can hear that click, click click inside and I'll be honest I've tried serum foundations in the past and I don't typically like them usually they come with a dropper and although there really lightweight there's like a slickness and an oiliness to it that I just do not like I I feel like that was like a a flash in the pan kind of a gimmick that I don't think those are going to last but this one goes on and it feels more just like a very lightweight almost. Watery Foundation without having any oiliness to it, but it is quite pigmented. So what you're going to do is you're gonNA put dots on your face like in the main areas where you won't coverage for me that would all over my tease own and then I, just used my beauty blender and blended in as usual and I really found it had a very natural second skin effect. So it's not particularly Matt it's not particularly Dewey it just looks Berry Notch, draw it kind of reminded me of the Bite Beauty Foundation that I really fell in love with lots year that all clocks right because it likes under Sephora I'm sure they definitely Yeah, armed each other. Well, I mean Sephora. So as an example, Nour's launched a soft Matte Foundation this fall as well, and the publicis actually told me that that was in collaboration with Sephora and that they were using all of the feedback from their customers to tell them what they wanted So that was a very different foundation. It's quite matt more like the Charlotte Tilbury airbrush break by yes. A We know that they're kind of feeding into that and that just makes sense I mean Celinas. Not a makeup artist. Maybe, she has van Gogh helping our, but obviously, they're going to be using the power of their knowledge to create these formulas. So I love this foundation I think it's so natural. This is like a new favorite for me but I think it's really representative of the line like what I noticed just having tried quite a few products is that it's like taking existing ideas like for example, the lip souffle Matt lip cream we all know a liquid matlab color, but this one just went on, it gives you a soft finish. And it's so comfortable. But what I liked is it wasn't thick. So they managed to get that pigment without having that thickness like I can never get a clean line with a Matt liquid color. I always have to use my finger to blended then and then you don't get that that nice shape to it. So this when you do so everything was like, yes already out there but this is so thoughtful and it's just slightly better

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Should You Go to War With a Larger Company

Marketing School

03:16 min | Last month

Should You Go to War With a Larger Company

"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su. And I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about if you should go to war with a larger company. So let's give you some context here. Yesterday were recording this as of August Fourteenth Twenty, twenty fortnight decided to go all out. They basically added in that payments and gay people discount, and you're actually you're not allowed to do that inside of apples ego system or android ecosystem because they charge either apple charges thirty percent commission I believe for Android it's about twenty percent or so. So both android and apple kick them off the. But what happened was epic, which is the owner fortnight by the way to do seventeen, billion dollars a year I believe they had their lawyers ready to go. So everything was drafted out boom lawsuit and basically what happened next was they had the nineteen eighty-four spin spin on apple's nineteen eighty-four added where that person came out and she spun around and through this thing. At the big giant TV and so look they were totally prepared to take off the gloves ready to go crazy and so yeah, they're fighting this behemoth seventeen billion dollars is the David Goliath is, what's what's apple's market cap trillion right over one trillion they're actually me up closer to getting to too there you have it. So what are your thoughts on this? Neil? Look at today I believe you should do what's best for your customers and users, and if that means you have to fight someone didn't do it because whatever's the best experience for your customers, your users what benefits in the most is what's going to win in the long run? Even if that means, you're going to have a battle with a really large corporation. Yeah I, think you know most people that are not in text don't know about the base camp founders how they launched. Hey and the how they're fighting they were fighting apple I don't know what ended up happening with that. But this is a much bigger example because everyone knows what art is and for them to actually file a lawsuit and then go against them and create a really nice add as well. That shows that you know they are sick and tired of being charged. You know seemingly outrageous kind of race it's I actually think it's apples prerogative to charge whatever they want. To charge, you know you're you're free to come off the platform whatever. So we'll see how this plays out. You know I think it's good pr you know from a market perspective it's going to be good for epic fortnight to just be like Oh like, yes I'm was actually standing up to apple and you know they're going to be in the news for a little bit more, and so we'll see what happens there and they're also big enough where they potentially when while most people who are trying to mess around with apple are much smaller have the capital while fortnight has enough. Money, but in general speaking, you should do its best beer users, and if that means you fight against someone than Soviet, you're doing what's best and what's right and at the goal then go for it you may not win. There's no guarantee of that but you gotta do what's right for people. Yeah I mean the final thing I'll add is look the discount on a permanent discount, right so instead of paying seven dollars or sorry instead of paying ten dollars for to buy coins for for in game items, it's actually seven dollars. Now I believe eight dollars. That's a significant discount because. I. Remember back

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Bitcoin Dominance Theory

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:53 min | Last month

Bitcoin Dominance Theory

"Let's do what we don't discuss the mock and what's going on because yesterday we did say bitcoin pretty good troy and I'm going to call it a try. It did full through as hyped with the diaper, which was up three point three, six, percent gutter pretty kate levels there, and we are holding above ten thousand, five, hundred I'd like to say a little bit more Gas. Star if you will from bitcoin yesterday, what we closed up a percent, we close at seven to ten, thousand, seven, hundred, ninety full. Now, what does that mean to me? Or. Quite simply put what that means to me as well. It gave a little back didn't amazed. At one stage, we were up roughly tune off set. And we pull back away from those highs. We did. We did come back about one point full percent. We did touch a high of ten, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, three as we saw to approach that eleven thousand dollar mark and I think if we can get through eleven with, we really are starting to look better. It's it's just crawling. is not doing what it did. If you recall back through the end of July twenty seventh paying the mind where we sort eleven percent, we did say some increase volatility back into bitcoin with multiple falls and falls in sixes and that sort of thing percentage moves. It really has slowed up. But It still looks good. It's just a little bit. Now, the real interesting thing that I've found with the market lightly. And I was speaking to my. To the people that were in the live trading full of warning about this. I was looking at the bitcoin dominance. dude look at the bitcoin dominance shots from the top of my list of sudden missile got there and look over the loss and just can't seem on. This particular child doesn't move very much. So when I tell you that too, it's hot out full point one percent that's actually quite a decent move. It doesn't tend to have massive dice big one percent or a big dies won't percent yesterday was one point four percents that was a pretty big die. Bitcoin dominance using up point four percent now. The reason that I bring this up is it's actually important. There's a lot of things that I have saying when it comes to trading crypto. Remotely mostly when Bitcoin Sideways, what we ended up having is will have oats that work. Well, the FI trying to they taste say becomes a really good option. You know we we can short Xiv we can go along against that market. We'd leverage with spot we tend to say some really good moves. But at the moment. It's not sort of being the case we saw Bitcoin at ten thousand hanging around there and we we really didn't have a great deal of good trends. We did which the spark a big move but like a site spock's moves like they weren't exactly what I was, you know what I considered to be optimal trading conditions. So at the moment. Yes know looking at a A. Little, bit perplexed by what's happening. It's almost like a different dynamic is coming in. Now the dynamic that we haven't had of light has been bitcoin really having a good move member. If you around back in two thousand seventeen, typically ALZ would go up and the money would come and go back into bitcoin and bitcoin within takeoff and it would be a bit say so it was only for. For six months. Leading up until December period. Now. That's the only thing that we haven't seen really strong bitcoin words. The tykes back the throne and so does his hang on, hang hang on bitcoin ongoing now it's GonNa move. Have it saying that? Will we see that will full but it's just a theory on putting at sharing my thoughts on what's going on what I'm saying out there in the mock would damn point seven percent currently on. Bitcoin. At ten, thousand, seven, hundred, ten. The theory looking a lot weaknesses will show when I go through this. You'll say the ALZ even the top ten or thereabouts of have really had a bit of lead been lacking. Three point five percent down was a theorem yesterday. That's what it closed that closing at three sixty full one full and it's now down one point five, three, fifty, eight, point, six, two. So it looks more Barrington bullish except play fish that down one point nine percent today so far has sparked low that were twenty three point eight cents yesterday was down one percents and nothing too drastic yesterday as a matter of fact, the selling in exile place it'll happened to Hoffa now around that open time ten I am we we did say come off quite significantly good two and a half three percent at one stage it has since bounced back on Bitcoin cash now. Yesterday, it was up four percent today. It is down two point eight percent giving back where twenty, eight, point, four, five, and again looking pretty average their lot Quan as well. Yesterday, it closed down one point, six percent of forty eight dollars and thirty three cents. A pretty average looking shot needs to get about fifty dollars really. Could we setting high potential to push US hi through that it's forty seven dollars and seventy one cents at the moment base via up by one percent closing at one, sixty, five, seven, three. With down two percent at one sixty two right now and not much going on there either car down rolling over quite nicely. This could be potential opportunity for shorting on those lower timeframe. So they sitting at nonsense down two and a half percent yesterday closing three point six

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30 Miles Napa Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

05:14 min | Last month

30 Miles Napa Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

"I. It's. From she wind binder DOT com. We have another wine review. This one's little different in kind of the same same time. It's from all. Three dollars and seventy five cents is fourteen, ninety nine. It's a Napa Cabernet Sauvignon. THIRTY MILES NAPA Cabernet Sauvignon twenty-seven teen. Shot. I don't know about fifteen dollars for an all. Usually for a storebrand, they have some advantages in pricing. So a seven, nine nine. storebrand trader Joe's. Grocery store. No matter. Is probably equivalent to attend a twelve dollar one. And a regular basis just because there's no, there's no marketing there's no advertising. You know there's a lot less distribution costs. There's just those costs and the difference between a legitimate. Eight dollar wine and. Then twelve dollar one is usually significant. There's usually more. Wine production techniques taking place. You know the really inexpensive wines, they very simple productions it styles dot good and bad. But you like a little bit more involved production techniques, slow up extra money there for that, and you can get that at a lower price with storebrand. But a fifteen dollar naphtha cab. I expect a fifteen dollar. Any fifteen dollars ready to be pretty good. And the difference too in a fifty dollars to Cabraha. Twenty. Isn't all that much it's usually marketing. It's usually. More well-known winery. You know. Better better av a little higher status in a it's usually. This wine that much better. Sometimes, it's that much better but the fact. that. So little has it here to buy a fourteen, ninety nine. All, these Cabernet Sauvignon. Because what was actually? kind of bargain is, is it a Barton? Actually. It's a good wine I've been drinking. But the economics are cheap wine change go to fifteen bucks but here's the one thing the solar for me. All these nine, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, nine, champagne last year was one of the best wines I hadn't twenty nineteen and every sparkling wine had Susan I've got an answer to that and it's I haven't had a lot of. The website I love it bad some wines but none of them came close to that so far. So taking a chance on all be one. Hasn't been that much of a chance and this is really good. It's. Intense. It's got good flavor. Well, balanced nice wine. If you just want WanNa fifteen dollar one that I don't know it's actually a twenty one or twenty, three dollar one only perfect fifteen. All these polls, the trademark took their their brand names. You can tell trader Joe's wine to make support them which helps a little bit by going on the National Trade trademark registry. Will come. Lose the gadoe trademarks. You'll how if a whole nother story? But you gotTa know what direction that one came from. With all the owning the trademark. You don't nothing. But that means they also can. If the economics of the original deal change, they can go out and. Get a new producer. Whatever happens there they can still change. Even though I think was released twenty nineteen. Sit around while my all didn't have until recently. It's been around. There is there is A. Cabernet Sauvignon Glut Napa and Sonoma. Stuff. They had bumper crops for couple years in a row. And then Calvin nineteen pretty much shut down all the restaurants which are exactly where they were selling a great deal I. N. Cabernet, Sauvignon. And then big to do gatherings shutdown. People who are buying wine are not having people over that they don't know where they've been. So there's A. Glut been exasperated by what's going on. You'RE GONNA start seeing Cabernet Sauvignon. Selling. Cheap cheap earth GonNa see brand you've never heard before. And then they'll go away in two years come out because they can't just hold off the stuff backing here you're stacking up next year is release.

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Amazon and Walmart are circling around each other

The 3:59

02:55 min | Last month

Amazon and Walmart are circling around each other

"Amazon has been a monster during this pandemic as evidenced by it's huge profits big gains in its share price as we're all pretty much dependent on Amazon for seemingly everything but Walmart wants to get in on this and it's got new program called Walmart plus what is it Walmart plus is basically Walmart's. For lack of a better term watered down version of Amazon prime. It started as a grocery delivery program called delivery unlimited an guests they saw enough traction they saw enough benefit from it they decided to expand. It and call it Walmart plus. So now instead of just grocery deliveries includes toys, it includes electronics basically everything that you would expect to find at a Walmart store because largely that's where they're shipping from shipping from your local Walmart stores and is it How much does it cost? What are you getting just free shipping or are there any other perks? What exactly is the Plus Element of this is ninety eight dollars a year you can also pay about thirteen dollars a month. If you WanNa go that route the perks are as fast as same day shipping I know that's a little vague so it can be fastest same day, but maybe sometimes it's not. there's also a fuel discount up to five cents on fuel at certain places including Walmart fuel locations Murphy. And the last one, what is the last one? It's it's the scannon go thing in the Walmart APP. So you can use your phone to scan and scan different items than skip the checkout line altogether. So it's like a nice feature for the APP but is that worth one hundred dollars a year? I'm not really sure then again, I don't really think. That the entire program is quite yet. Up to snuff against Amazon prime obviously, yeah. Sorry. Rigs that scanning go things. So if you're physically in the store, you scan a product, just take it take it out of the store with is that how it works apparently yes. That was how is it explained to me? I haven't tried it before but apparently that's how it works I. It it off. The bat sounds like it could have some complications because some people will be scanning. Go customers in a store and some people won't be. So I guess they're going to have to like check receipts or check your phone as you're leaving by That's obviously a nice benefit especially during the coronavirus pandemic by are people really going to want this program? Are they gonNA want to spend one hundred dollars a year for it obviously if you use Walmart a lot especially for delivery. Maybe it could be worth for you but otherwise people a lot of people more than one hundred, fifty, million people already use Amazon prime for similar services.

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15 years later, Walmart launches its answer to Amazon Prime

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

15 years later, Walmart launches its answer to Amazon Prime

"Walmart is launching a new membership service that it hopes can compete with Amazon prime it's called Walmart plus and it's ninety eight dollars a year or twelve ninety five a month it will give members same day delivery on one hundred and sixty thousand items also included a fuel discount at certain gas stations and a chance to check out at Walmart stores without having to wait at the register Amazon prime charges a hundred and nineteen dollars a year and it's been around for fifteen years Walmart plus members will still have to spend at least thirty five dollars on line to qualify for free shipping Walmart plus is set to launch September fifteenth I surely after

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The American Jewish Community and the 2020 US Election

People of the Pod

09:44 min | 2 months ago

The American Jewish Community and the 2020 US Election

"Soifer previously served as national security adviser for Senator Comma Harris now, the Democratic nominee for vice president and Joe Biden's running mate. She joins us now to talk about the role. Jewish. Voters play and how she believes. Democrats addressed. Jewish. Priorities please keep in mind. AJC. Is a five. Oh One C. Three not profit organization AJC neither supports nor opposes candidates for elective office and with that disclaimer Haley welcome thank you so much for having me. So let's start with the basics and Kinda, the horse race aspect of this how much of the American voting population identifies as Jewish? So the Jewish community in terms of the American population is about two percent, but we're actually about three percent of the electorate and we'd play an outsized role in. NHS for three reasons, we voted higher rates. On average Jewish Americans vote at a higher rate than. By about fifteen percents we also where we live correlates with wear our votes tend to matter even more we tend to live in swing states and a third reason which I'm sure we'll get into is that we overwhelmingly support Democrats in our view as Jewish Democrat organization that is especially or in terms of the outsize impact we have. So Haley Bernie Sanders in his speech on Monday addressed the many Democrats who really wanted him to be the nominee and many of them were Jewish are Jewish many of them have us on Israel, that don't jibe with the very pro Israel aspects of the party, platform. It really sounded like Bernie was calling on Democrats to unify despite their differences and I'm curious how the Party and its leadership have prevented Israel from becoming a wedge issue. Joe Biden has done an exceptional job in unifying the party around these critically important issues, including Israel and the platform that's been adopted at this convention exemplifies what is overwhelming democratic support for the US Israel relationship. Ebeidi s support a full funding for military. And Support of the STOORIKHEL alliance, it's the view of the majority of members of Congress that is the democratic mainstream media. So you emphasize what a majority of Democrats you certainly we've had concerns over the years about Ilan Omar had to leave. Is that kind of who you're thinking about when you say a majority of Democrats feel this way I should have said an over overwhelming majority you mentioned. Two. Members, of Congress, we currently between the House and the Senate head of over two hundred and seventy. So between those two members of Congress who we agree do not share our views on Israel and we've spoken out against them going back to before they were even elected. But between the two of them to over two seventy, we're talking about less than one percent of the Democratic members of Congress. They are very outspoken though they have expressed views with which we disagree and we've made that clear and that's why we're not supporting their re election and we don't share their views but luckily, their views are not shared by our party either look at the platform I mean the platform is the views of our candidate and the views of our Party and the platform could not be more clear in. Its support of Israel, what I the states to watch in this upcoming election and in which of those states could the Jewish vote really make a difference. When we look in elections, we always look at the last election as a baseline and we know that had Donald Trump not one Florida and either Michigan or Pennsylvania. He would not be president today and in those three states Florida Michigan and Pennsylvania. The Jewish vote alone could made up those margins. So when we looked to twenty twenty in this election, we are looking at the Jewish vote in those critically important states, my home state of Michigan Donald. Trump won by just ten, thousand, seven, hundred, and four votes. That margin could be overcome by the Jewish student population of Michigan in Michigan state a low. We are looking at the Jewish vote in those three critically important states but also states like Arizona and Colorado and Georgia, which in addition to being presidential swing states are going to be critically important in terms of the control of the Senate. Are you saying that the Jews in those swing states voted Republican or didn't vote at all did shoes in those swing states voted we know that Jewish voters do turn out and in twenty sixteen, it was no different than in previous elections choose turned out. But. We also know bat they turned out in support of Hillary. Clinton at about seventy two percents. If you look at the two thousand eighteen midterms Jewish voters supported Democrats at seventy nine percents. So we saw an increase, we believe that in twenty twenty, those numbers can continue to go up in terms of Jewish support for Democrats. So now we'll talk with your Republican counterpart on next week's episode. But from your vantage point, you said that most Jews identify with the Democratic Party why is that? So, choose have historically for decades defied overwhelmingly with the Democrats, the values that Jews hold dear tend to be those aligned with the policies supported by Democrats. So when it comes to domestic policies such as access to affordable healthcare and education ED and gun safety and ensuring that we are country welcoming the stranger and not enacting cruel and discriminatory policies toward immigrants and refugees. These are all key issues driving the Jewish vote. On those issues and more, that's where Jewish voters align with Democrats when it comes to foreign policy is well, we know that support of Israel is an issue that is important of course to Jewish voters and Mrs. Issue Where Democrats to our squarely aligned with the priority of Jewish voters, which is the support of the strong US Israel relationship, and in this election, we have a new issue. So all of those things have been constance. New issue in this election that is impacting the Jewish, vote in Support of Democrats and that is our rising insecurity as a community. We have seen an unprecedented rise in anti-semitic attacks targeting our community including the horrific attacks in Pittsburgh and Powei we know that seventy three percent of Jews feel less secure than they did years ago and over half of US blame. Donald Trump for that and that's because we've seen him embolden anti-semites white nationalist just last night he tweeted out support for an extremist group Hugh a non that has peddled conspiracy theories still on these issues especially when it comes to the security of our community. There's a clear choice in this election and Jewish especially do not believe that Donald Trump has the best interest of our community in mind he has Jewish family members. He's certainly been friendly to Israel is strengthened that relationship. So how does that square? There's no question. He has Jewish family members. He's also married and he's done said many misogynistic things. So that alone does not qualify him as what I would consider to be someone who's been particularly good for the Jewish community I look at the numbers and I look at the unprecedented rise in white nationalist propaganda or anti Semitic attack and the words that. Come out of his mouth better clear signs to anti-semites to racist to bigots that he is their ally whether it is identifying anti-semites white nationalist marching Charlottesville as very fine people or calling the extremists that marched in Michigan with swastikas very good people that was earlier this year or hiring someone recently, Sebastian Gorka who is affiliated with the Nazi party in Hungary? When it comes to Israel. Donald Trump. Has Been Long on symbolism and short on substance. Yes. He moved the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and we recognize that Jerusalem is, of course, the capital of Israel. But the substance matters and when you look at the record of Joe Biden who with President Obama finalized unprecedented historic thirty eight. DOLLAR AGREEMENT WITH ISRAEL PROVIDING FOR AID for the next ten years, and you look at the security issues that Israel faces. Actually Donald. Trump has not been that great for Israel.

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Every July 1 Until 2035, Bobby Bonilla Gets A $1.19 Million Check From The New York Mets: Here’s Why

DeaconLive

02:44 min | 4 months ago

Every July 1 Until 2035, Bobby Bonilla Gets A $1.19 Million Check From The New York Mets: Here’s Why

"Today is Bobbi. Baena Day when I say Bobby Baena Day he is on July first. It's time now for fans met fans everywhere. I do wish each other a happy. Bobby Baena Day why why? Why not? On Wednesday today fifty seven year old Bobby Baena will collect a check for one point one, nine, three, one, million, one, hundred, and ninety, three, thousand, two, hundred and forty eight dollars, and twenty cents from the New York mets every July first from two thousand. Thousand Eleven all the way to twenty thirty five, because baseball salary structure Bobby. Bonilla's annual payday is often more than some game current stars are given in one year. Why does he get that kind of money in his contract? Well, so what happened was the NEOM last play for the mets. In nineteen, ninety nine, he played with the majors cardinals. The last time we played in the majors was two thousand one, but he was paid or will be paid all. All the way till twenty thirty five. Here's what happened. Bobby again has a second deferral of contract payment with the mets and Orioles. Pay Him five hundred thousand a year for twenty five years while Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah so what he did was he signed a contract in two thousand. The mets agreed to buy out the remaining five point nine million of bananas contract, however, instead of paying Baena five point nine million at the time, the mets agreed on an annual. Annual payment of nearly one point two million for twenty five years starting on July first two thousand eleven, this included negotiated eight percent interest rate for inflation at the time ready for this. At the time, the mets owner was invested in the Bernie made off account that promised to double digits return the name Thom familiar for you and the mets were poised to make a significant profit, if the made off account delivered, and as we know, it did not this arrangement. Has Left with Bobby Baena making one point two million dollars every July first for the until twenty thirty five, so he he's got another fifteen years. He'll be seventy two seventy two. How much how are you? He will be seventy. Was Age where's age? Where's age? He'll be seventy two and still making one point two MIL now if you play cards, right? A lot of people say well live million dollars. Yeah, but he hasn't played baseball for a while now, and he's still getting one point two million, and so everyone says. That's the first contract of its kind and a lot of people have followed in suit. There's a Max Zhanjiang you're. Some guy the nationals he'll be paid. Away to twenty twenty-eight and many. Ramirez also with the Red Sox will collect all the way till twenty twenty

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Nasdaq closes above 10,000 for first time; Dow, S&P 500 end lower

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:15 min | 4 months ago

Nasdaq closes above 10,000 for first time; Dow, S&P 500 end lower

"Johnson now joining us to wrap up the day on Wall Street what's the biggest surprise you today all the biggest prize it did that the the chairman of the fed was as dovish as he was I it was dovish beads lowered her free talk is beans get a higher interest rates he said he said you know we're not even thinking about raising interest rates there's zero now and they're probably going to be zero three two thousand twenty two well this is great news that day and the sense is they're going to continue to support you know the credit markets and all the right things so what had been about a hundred point sell off maybe a tutor board selloff turned slightly positive the Dow industrial average as he was giving those remarks but then we went to the Q. and a session and I don't know I didn't didn't just didn't play very well he was saying you know we we really don't know when all this is going to be over it's going to be you know when people feel comfortable going back out and doing all the stuff they used to do all this raised a little concerned and so by the end of the day they were selling into the rally so the Dow closed at the low point of the day down two hundred eighty two points there were twice as many stocks down is up you know could've been worse it's like four or five times as many down is up the S. and P. averaged out about a half percent down seventeen but man oh man there's the nasdaq again another new all time high it closed above ten thousand for the first time in history was up sixty six and a half and what do you do when you're worried about everything else you go buy yourself some Amazon and it was up forty seven apple was another new all time high of eight dollars and eighty five says Google was up nine Bucks Tesla back over a thousand up eighty four dollars and a thousand twenty five that's what they were buying what they were buying one of the banks Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan the components in the industrial average JP Morgan for a half box Goldman Sachs was down a little over four and a half so that's nine multiplied by six so there's you know sixty points taken away from the average the Boeing fell thirteen dollars a share today so that takes away the other seventy five or so and pretty soon you can see over the two hundred eighty two point selloff came

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Loudenotte Pinot Noir Pays dOc 2018

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

04:10 min | 5 months ago

Loudenotte Pinot Noir Pays dOc 2018

"Day from blindsided dot com again. and. We got another companion podcasts. We just wrote up for the cheap aligned dot com website where we have a couple. Thousand wine reviews all inexpensive wines the most part. and. This one is kind of an accidental one The Wind we did today. mainly because there's protests even though. The neighborhood isn't exactly the kind of area. You think there should be right in and stuff. All the stores are boarded up and the liquor stores are Kinda looted. At least some of them are the rest are shutdown, and when I went not to get some wine. The only place opened with trader, Joe's which is in bad if you're cheap wine fighter, dot com, we do a lot of trader, Joe's wines if you're looking for inexpensive wines. They are. There could place to go. I think we'll get one of those. podcasts a little later. But. This is a kind of an accident. I was actually going to the store for something else. I was You know we've been that. Lockdown and things are starting to open up and I noticed. The local liquor store had a sale on some Oregon, Pinot Noir. There was under twenty and I was all excited 'cause. Oregon Pinot noirs one of my very favorite things in the world and. I guess Lueders got their first so. We have the what do I have here the Latino. Pinot Noir. PAS The. Twenty, eighteen at six dollars ninety nine cents. Up from trader Joe's from the south of France. The act in Pez the is contained up which is. from the Rhone Valley down to the Spanish border than the pennies. you know the Mediterranean? It's down that way. It's I. G P. Area which. In France? Everything's well regulators AFC and inside those ASC. There's villages in crew in Grand Cru, and now there's there's. There's rules or regulations for everything. been the pass. Is means not as many rules or regulations and been deposited acas Kennel like the place where all the winds from For the regular people who drink wine in France. That's where it Kinda comes from. It's the. It's the regular line for regular people on a place and we get to drink it here for six ninety nine. And now that Kasai bad get into sample wines around the world for jeep. It's Kinda cool if it asked me and this is Pinot Noir. This area is not known for Pinot Noir. But trader Joe's revelation. Pinot noir which has been going after a couple of years, I think that's seven or eight dollars. There's been pretty good for a couple of years. I really liked that one and this for six ninety nine, a Pinot noir for night. There's very few hours. At that price point that are this good? Though personally speaking I would spend a few more bucks. Get ones that are actually you know favorites a mind. This isn't bad at all. This is well worth trying out gonNA take a SIP. Nice Smooth now field has got some Nice Black Cherian some plum and The only thing. I don't like about as much as the spice gets a little bit rough. Just a little bit. And that's me. Being kind of you know picky aspects ninety nine wine. But? like I, said I for for a few bucks more I can. Find pianolas at I really really like so being. That's me but I drink a lot of these things I. write you know the stuff. For cheap wine, fighter dot com

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Your Delivery Habit Isn't Helping

Slate's If Then

02:35 min | 5 months ago

Your Delivery Habit Isn't Helping

"Is essentially the idea of buying and selling an asset at the exact same time for a risk free profit. Magic Gold emery trader in the world seeks out clearly if you can buy a pizza from Dornoch for sixteen dollars and sell it and get paid twenty four dollars, you would make eight dollars with no will so adamant. Ranjan decided to try what they called pizza arbitrage. Adam ordered ten pizzas from door dash for one hundred sixty dollars, the price that was listed on door dash door dash called his restaurant and place the order. Twenty minutes later, a driver showed up with door, dashes money and paid two hundred forty dollars the actual price. It worked Adam instantly made an eight dollar profit breach pizza. But Ranjan didn't WANNA. Stop the experiment there. The ingredients costume, six or seven dollars so reality. You're not making a clean eight dollar profit, but then even suggest. Maybe we just put in Doe. Instead of all the actual ingredients because doe. Basically cost nothing. Then, we tried another order and just boxes full of do.

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Should My Parents Close or Sell the Family Business?

The EntreLeadership Podcast

06:21 min | 5 months ago

Should My Parents Close or Sell the Family Business?

"With us in Indiana. Hero's welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. How can we help? Thanks for taking my goal day with the great honor to do to The question is about My parents family business They have a small Wine and your shop in Indiana and when the state was shut down they had shut down kind of during the peak of the cases in their county and now as things are starting to open back up. They've been doing our delivery They are debating closing the shop down altogether. They are in a really good financial position. their Employees are really eager to return to work especially now with the six hundred dollars. Bonus ending in July on their unemployment They get a lot of money in tips. They a lot of support from the community. They sell bottled during Cold Water. And the community really likes that shop and it would be really sad for them to River the employees if everyone were to get laid off in the shop where to get close. My Dad's sixty six. My Mom's sixty four They think you know they're very blessed. My Dad came to this country with like three hundred dollars on his pocket. And now he's worth over two million dollars closing it. What would they do with the inventory? they could probably sell the inventory off to other liquor stores really easily even at full price because or near retail. Because like why why? Why would they not sell the shop instead of close it? They they could sell the shock. I get. That was part of the closing so they could sell the shop. They try to sell the shop. They sold the shop two years ago and it was very strange. The personally sold it to was having Problems with Indiana taxes and wasn't doing everything above board so the Indiana government actually reverted the licensed actually original owner them and so they went back and reopen the shop. But my mom's been trying to retire for years because they're in the financial cause to do so. My Dad says because they sold it to. Google doesn't mean selling it as the wrong decision. That just means they sold it to the wrong guy. That's true if they sell it now. My Dad feels that maybe the person who buys it isn't gonNA keep employees on. They've got there. Oh the plays that they have are dollars now. I don't have a manager. They know my mom's manager. Okay all right so it sounds like the ready in the season a life there into sell this and have an exit and said I'm GONNA I'll take less for it but you have to keep the employees for years by the deal. That's a bad idea. Actually I think that finding the right buyer might be the right move for them to keep them safe and then also continued the business. That's a really great idea. These are classic small business people. They love their employees. Yeah they they hire three single moms they you know. They're only making like seven or eight dollars an hour but with tips and everything they they do really well with their families. They were hearted jerks your parents. And they didn't care about their people the only thing blocking them from selling it so people and so they make their part of the deal. Thanks guys going better. I just what you the question I have is. Are you calling on their behalf or because sounds like you said they're thinking about not reopening? It's what I thought I heard you say and I'm curious what you're what you're interested in this. Is it just because you feel for the employees or or you try and help them make the best decision? Where do you stand in all of this because like I haven't been able to sit down with them in months like I'm on the front lines? I work at division in a different city. And so you know I. I talked to them every day on the phone about how things are going at the shop. I think you know. I think they made moves to sell it before. They're really ready to retire. The they put me in my sister at their school. They seized a lot for retirement. Anything ready to go. I just think my dad. Especially with the social distancing isn't ready necessarily to. He doesn't think it's a great idea to start that season of life now I mean woods the tax bonuses and everything coming in right now For people people are like the liquor store has long-line but he he opened at six o'clock in the morning. Fifty people in line. It's crazy so each like. Why SHOULD WE SELL MOUTH BUSINESS? The highest it's been in a year. Well I mean it doesn't have to be now but I you could say you know when business slows and there's a more normal rhythm to the business after the shutdowns are starting to go away. I don't know when Indiana's opening up but you go through those different things and say you know in the fall. We're going to sell it or next spring. We're going to see the thing is. If you've got a target it takes the pressure off and if you just go we're not going to sell it. We're going to operated the well. That's forever well if you say we're going to sell it. We're not going to sell it until this happens. The challenge that she has. She doesn't own the she doesn't work in the business but she's trying to help her parents trying to make a good decision. They were torn between the season a life and the team and in my own business and it's a little weird talking to them. I know a lot about business. I'd lead entreleadership. We talked to you guys all the time trying to give your parents advice and direction on this. It sounds like you guys have a good relationship. You can't really just give them the answer. You got to prompt the conversations and give them options and say hey. Here's something to consider. Here's one I got an idea you know in this situation. What if there's a lot of people in the service industry been laid off restaurant bar managers there some sharp people that need a job right now? I gotTa believe I would be considering looking for somebody like that. Who could be manager in this bridge season? Two days talking about take advantage of this opportunity where people were lining up at eight. Am to get liquor liquor. Sales across the country are exploding. I would take advantage of this. Get those people back to work those single moms that they love dearly get some people stable until he finds the right buyer. But I think there's plenty of people who can manage that store while they stay at home but then you can also negotiate that your dad stays on for a year or two years to ensure the team is taken care of as the president or operates. The business as a part of the deal So you could have a transition

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Inn at Little Washington Chef Will Fill His Socially Distanced Dining Room With Midcentury Mannequins

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Inn at Little Washington Chef Will Fill His Socially Distanced Dining Room With Midcentury Mannequins

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"eight dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"eight dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Twenty eight dollars Sparkman issue the decision within the hour in the nation's first state trial against the companies accused of contributing to the widespread use of the highly addictive pain killers the company is expected to appeal twenty one year old William Smoot accused of fatally shooting seventeen year old Alan Davies mac in Switzerland twenty seventeen was acquitted of all charges today Katie Katie TV reporting that jury deliberated for about two hours on Friday came back today and have a verdict by two o'clock that trial began August twentieth Smoot face criminal homicide robbery and other charges Davies mac was shot multiple times and died at the scene there are some changes this year as students returned to classes today in the Pittsburgh public school's superintendent Anthony hamlet has changed and building start time so more bus drivers can make three runs instead of two and the school board rejected hamlets plan to move alliance middle schoolers to arsenal in large scale so we went to plan B. and in principle some are different things in the building upgrades welcome Samantha struck something of that nature the district started a new computer science magnet at first year high school and a new tech ed program for early childhood education at university prep and it's very today democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders received his first National Union endorsement here's KDKA radio's Joe to steal delegates to the United electrical radio and machine workers of America indoor Sanders after hearing a speech to their convention at the Wyndham grand downtown in that speech he prays to you we for standing up to what happened to act in a strike earlier this year in here EPA we will never allow a company like lab tech to abrogate an existing union contract during a merger or a hostile I'll take all the we also indoor Sanders in twenty sixteen Jody studio newsradio ten twenty Katie K. the south tenth street bridge will close next week it'll close seven PM Friday September sixth through six AM the following Monday for paving motorists.

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"eight dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"eight dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"My my question pertains to investing in either a raw for one K. or traditional four oh one K. this is this is the first time in my career that I've had the opportunity to choose which one you invest in right I'm sixty two years young so I can invest the maximum which I believe is about what twenty four thousand five hundred and if it's confusing to me because if I can invest post tax in the raw persist in the pre tax it seems to me that post tax investment is actually more dollars so would make more sense to invest in the raw then in the traditional for one K. so can you shed some light on that for me sure additionally when you have a four one K. it your employer those contributions generally have been pre tax meaning you get a tax deduction for the money you put into the four oh one K. plan now a days many employers are offering a Ralph option within the plan which says that when you put money in the plan there's no tax deduction for the contribution but later in retirement the withdrawals are tax free at least under current tax law so it raises the question which should you do should you put money in and get a tax deduction now or should you get a tax deduction later it doesn't matter in other words investing ten dollars now and paying the taxes later for investing eight dollars now and not paying taxes later it's the same math doesn't make any difference and that is why Congress allows you to do either one because it's not neutral from a tax perspective now we're assuming that there's no change in tax rates between now the future if that changes then so will the math but or use some showing that the today's tax rate is the same as the future tax rate it doesn't make any difference whether you pay the tax now or what do you pay the tax later the net value of your account is going to be remaining unchanged okay okay very good well I appreciate you bring clarity to the to the question so here's the way you answer it then do you believe that your tax rate in the future will be lower than your tax rate today based on the current situation I think tax rates will probably be a little bit higher in the future if that's true then you would much rather pay the tax today at today's lower rates that are used for the duck double account not the rough okay no notice I'm not saying whether I agree or disagree with you I'm simply saying based on what you said that's what you should do right right okay well again I appreciate it it's been very helpful my pleasure thanks so much for calling Frank a really appreciate it thank you very much for taking a look at that need to you can do it Frank didn't call us to triple H. planned Rick if you can call while we're doing the show no problem you can just send me your audio clip use your smartphone to record your voice and send it via email to ask Rick Rick OpenDoc com that's what did here's his question well Rick my name's herb and thank you for taking this question recently you said that social security should be no more than thirty to forty percent of someone's expenses in retirement I am now retired in my social security is about forty five percent of our expenses when my wife retires within about two years our combined social security will be about seventy percent of our expenses seems to me that the more that so security covers our expenses the list we need to draw from our investments please clarify thank you yes we're talking about two different things there's a difference between how much of your expenses social security will cover and how much of your expenses you are dependent on for social security to be able to allow you to pay for there's a difference there so yeah it's great that you don't have to touch your investments because you're getting income from social security that's very different from saying without social security wouldn't be able to afford it in other words you're the poster child you have a lot of money in investments that sounds like an a relatively small amount of need lifestyle wise you're doing a good job of it not spending a lot of money relative to your investments that's great so the fact that your expenses are largely being covered by social security is fine but that's not the way it is meant to be for most folks knows what we discover is that according to the national statistics for more than sixty percent of American retirees they get most of their money from social security meaning without social security they would be in poverty that's what you want to avoid so you're doing it correctly and die wish everybody else was as well so look at your own situation you know how much money you need on a monthly basis to support your lifestyle where is that money going to come from now prior to retirement the money come from your job board jobs so that paycheck were all the paychecks that you're collecting between you and your spouse is what you use to pay your bills what happens when the paychecks stop how we use them pay your bills we are going to turn to three other sources one is a pension you're probably not getting a pension only seventeen percent of companies offer them these days so the musher working for the state or local or federal government you're not going to qualify for a pension most likely social security which pretty much everybody is qualifying for and that provides a certain amount of income the very most is around twenty five hundred a month for the.

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"eight dollars" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"eight dollars" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"As Pennsylvania's chief financial watchdog appeared at budget hearings last week Republican lawmakers made a pitch for more auditing of Philadelphia KYW Harrisburg bureau chief, Tony Romeo reports. It started with a member of the state house appropriations committee asking for an audit of city government, auditor, general Eugene de fast quality responded that he is not by law empowered to audit the entire city government. But that he does have the thirty to examine how state dollars that flow into the city or spent to that extent, he said, he's agency has audited the city department of human services, and is currently bird dogging the city's process of selecting new voting machines. He also touted that his audit of the school district had a lot of findings the appropriations chairman Republican STAN sailor followed up by telling depressed while eight when you find smoke. There's probably some fire has since you've founded in everything else that you've done it, you I believe it justifies. Other audits Sanders said it's a reasonable request, deepest quality. Agreed. There's no question it's a reasonable question and request in half. To have that discussion in Harrisburg, Tony Romeo, KYW NewsRadio. It's another home run for Babe Ruth and the eagle eye customer who bought his baseball card. Dale ball was visiting a small shop in sparks Nevada to sell a couple of of Julia coins. When he spotted a Babe Ruth baseball card with a surprisingly, low price tag, Babe Ruth at eight hundred or eight dollars, and he said, no that's eight dollars. And I said why is it only eight dollars? He says to me he goes because I can't find it anywhere in any of the magazines. I think it's fake ball told KO. I n TV he called the baseball hall of fame in Cooperstown, New York and learn that it's the real thing in authentic nineteen twenty one shot. Well, Babe Ruth guard. Ball says he's received several multimillion dollar offers for the card, but for now he says he's going to wait before selling. I'm TJ routine. Nine fifty five time for money. News on KYW. Here's Bloomberg's Steve photos, the food industry uses artificial intelligence to assist everyone from the farmers to restaurant delivery drivers. But is a the secret ingredient to making the food tastes better. Maybe if you feed at the right data at least forty years all data on sensory and pace for reading chief science officer at seasoning giant McCormack where they've teamed with IBM to use AI to try new flavor combinations. People may not have considered last year Mars created a spicy candy bar for China based on demand data from ecommerce giant Alibaba for eighty says when McCormick developers have an idea go through their platform and provide their input platform responded to several suggestions one example while trying to make a better tasting pizza. Topping McCormack developer asked his computer for advice for eighty says the unlikely response was to add Kumon and it worked McCormick will start selling its first line of products developed with. By by mid year with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Steve Potisk empire. Actor Jesse small. Let's personal soap opera in the wake of his claim of being attacked. That's ahead in three minutes. Appliances are.

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"eight dollars" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

11:09 min | 1 year ago

"eight dollars" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Eight dollars for a card that lights up sings music has special packaging. No, thank you. That's not for me. Call it out for that. Lauren text in when I was at my first military base. I made book as up called the guys I worked with and asked if they had flyers for their wife, if they said, no, I told them. Yes. You did. Then they will be delivered today of not flyers flowers. I'm guessing. Think the auto correct or whatever on the phone probably message that one. Thanks Lauren for sending that in. I guess I'm just cheap. No, Jeff Bezos, man. I'm no billionaire can't afford a ten dollar card going to the store or seven dollar car or a five dollar card for that matter when there's a ninety nine cent one that'll do the trick the trick. I'm going gonna get in so much trouble with my wife's listening to this. Now. She's probably saying to herself. No. Yeah. I get it. I get it. I know I've I've marriage. I made a mistake. This is what she always brings up to other people. She'll say I wish I would've known this about you before we got married that you're going to be cheap on Valentine's Day. I still get her things kind of if I get the time to go. They still get our, thanks. Going to have to go tomorrow and go early. It's hard when you've got a four year old because you kind of have to do a group gift. So I gotta go shopping with the four year old, and I got to find an opportunity to get there where. Where where you could just like sneak away without her knowing, and I gotta have him involved with what we get. So mean, the sun will go out, and maybe get her something nice for Valentine's Day who knows? Maybe I'll get lucky. Oh, Marianne Colin hay Maryanne. What's going on KYW? Ryan. I just wanted to tell you. You don't have to feel cheap dollar tree. Now, carry hallmark cards with a big selection for two for a dollar, no way. And they're really nice. Are you serious dollar tree? Yes. Yes. But some Valentine's today, I am going to buy them and resell them online. That's a great price summer two for a dollar and dollar piece. But a huge selection at the two for a dollar. I wonder what else from dollar tree I can get her for Valentine's Day. I don't know. Got some great groceries a box of cereal. Yeah. Probably. I don't know. What else is there think she'd care for that? But they do have a lot of stuff there. You know Maryanne? I'm glad you're endorsing endorsing me to go to dollar tree to get all my Valentine's Day stuff. Doc. Thanks, very an you're welcome Bye-bye. Ryan. Wow. So you're telling me, I could do all my Valentine's Day shopping at dollar tree this year. Thank you. Pan this things just keep getting better and better Tammy Colin and hey, Tammy what's going on. Oh, I second that emotion dollar tree. That's one of my places I'm going I'll be there cards two for a dollar and all your Valentine needs. And everything that. Yeah. I I agree. But I just want to jump on the political thing for a minute with Alexandria. Oh, Cossio Cortez and marine her green deal. I think it's a green nightmare because it's just you know, ending fossil fuels like combustion engine. I just don't know how we're going to have transportation. It's like she almost wants to revamp through her green deal, the entire society and world as we know it, and that's why I just wanna say to Democrats walked away they are of insanity because the ideas are just. Too far out there. She does she's very very little. She's not living in the real world. I think she's writing a science fiction novel. And ju just throwing some ideas out there at this point. So if we get rid of planes. How are we going to travel overseas? I mean. As their been any thought put into it now. Tammy now, it doesn't matter. She she knows what she wants. But unfortunately, it's not what everyone else wants. And she's gonna try to make her case for it. And it's one of these the Democrats do this all the time. It's always the ends justify the means type of deal. So she's like, well, wouldn't it be great? If we lived in society, where everyone lived in harmony. So I got a great idea communism. So we'll just use that to get there. It's always the ends justify the means. So as long as we get there in the end, who cares how we get there. And that's what she's throwing out there in this deal. It doesn't make a lot. There's no sense. It makes for anyone that's rational utopian fantasy that just and then I heard it clip on where she said, you know, we have to respect the children talking about the the illegals coming across. But yet they sit there during the state of the union and the partial birth abortion ban. They can't stand for that. So it's like, they don't respect the children. Because the children in the womb don't count and the children who are a legal getting trafficked across you know. It's just it's it's such a hodgepodge of insane thinking, you know, I just I just give the plead threats well away. So while we're on the topic of insane thinking what else can I get for my wife at dollar tree for Valentine's Day. Oh, they have candles. Ooh. Have they have nice hair care products? Oh, like a deep conditioner, I get salon selected there. That's a name brand. And I get a nice deep conditioner for my hair there for buck. They have don't they have a frozen food section in there to now do you can get grubs there. I'm going to get some frozen food. Oh, man. I I'm going to get everything I can possibly grab for her. And she'll she'll be at least a few things. You'll like I'll say Honey, you won't believe how much money I spent the quite so cheap because I'm. I get that way. Necessity. I guess it has been you with her upbringing or your parents, very frugal. Yeah. I would say, I don't know. I would say we were par for the course. Well, my parents my dad had sporadic because he worked out in the elements as a painter a house painter. He always had sporadic income because they didn't paint a lot during the winter months. So, you know, my mom shopped at all these in one night for dinner, it was that hash that corned beef hash crap. And I was like I'm not eating it. And that was that was a whole episode from my childhood I sat at the table for two hours gagging, the whole time. But yeah, so that made me kinda frugal and try to stretch the dollars. All right. I'm just the way. I am. I guess Tammy. Good to hear from a great weekend. Guys. Wow. Man. I feel like there's a really good chance that I'll be able to find nice things for my wife at dollar tree for Valentine's Day next week. Rich Colin in from south bend. Hey, rich. One of these days. Ryan you're going to be living in the garage. Why why? Anti-noise day dollar. No, no, no. This is what you do. Okay. Every week. A five dollar Bill. Find someplace to hide a five dollar Bill once a week, and what is three hundred what is five bucks times fifty two weeks? It is two hundred and sixty dollars. Yeah. Go to a jewelry store and you find something. Nice. Not cheap not shake real. I don't have a great track record. Yeah. I really don't have a great track record of picking up things. She likes. Unfortunately. Never tell you the story about my wedding ring. If you wanna make about my wedding ring, and I can tell you this. This will just go ahead you'll love this. So when I went to purchase my wife's ring, I figured out what you wanted. And I went out and got it. And you know, spent a lot of money on it. But you know on all things considered. It wasn't the, you know, the most amount of money someone spending a wedding ring. But it was a lot of money. And I said, I don't want a fancy ring. I don't want an expensive ring I want the cheapest ring we can find we went to Kohl's and spent Kohl's cash on to get the ring. I'm wearing today. I think we probably paid like forty bucks out of pocket for it. The rest of Kohl's cash. Oh boy. So it's not just cheap to other people. I prefer that myself too. I don't need fancy things. I have my forty dollars Kohl's ring that I wear I'm happy with so spending two hundred and sixty dollars on jewelry for my wife seems a little excessive to me. Well, this is why you put five bucks away a week find the car she can find out a copy oh in the garage and every week board in five bucks. It's tough when you don't use cash anymore. Everything's on the car, and I guess I could just store things away or whatever. But. Maybe so this year, what do you what do you think? I should do what since I have no money stored away for Valentine's Day right now. I'm thinking dollar trees. The my best option. Well, first of all bias buying eight dollars card because the price is on the car, I can forge that. I'll just put a little eight in front of the ninety nine. You know what? My sister's house been did that shit psalm out of the house some in so much trouble. I'm gonna be broadcasting from the shed by Friday and next week. Be in some trouble. Well, rich, I can't say, I'm the smartest guy around. I'm going to admit that. But I'm thrifty. You keep saying that and say that to your carbs when you're sleeping in the back seat. Right. Right. Have a good weekend. Good to hear. Well, does the dollar tree? Hallmark cards have the full retail price on the back. Their just discounted because maybe I can play it off like I paid eight bucks for the card. We do for a dollar. I can't wait to do this the heart. This is going to be the hardest part because say Honey, I man, I went all about an eight dollar Hummer hallmark card, and she's going to say, are you dying are you? Okay. What's wrong? That's not the husband. I know that my kids going to. Spill the beans. Mom. He didn't. He didn't spend eight dollars on that went to the dollar tree. 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"eight dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"eight dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Hundred and sixty eight dollars. Some save more. Well way to go. Mr math. They call me, captain obvious. If you just found us on the radio Dow vicious car pro USA, the most listened to Ottawa advice show in the entire United States of America. You gotta dollars in your cars dials. Yes. I do have one knob that that adjusts the volume. My phone or whatever. And I I can turn a knob to adjust the temperature on the worst starts at left. Was old radio guys some things that you know, the the one thing I remember about the radio dial that I always thought that's clever was a guy that used to do play by play for Michigan State University. Where I was in college. Yes. Stay tuned into the game. They kick off and the Spartans are moving from left to right across your radio. Dial as he was painting the picture of the game. That's cool. I thought that was pretty cool, and they're really understand. And I like to listen football on the radio. But I never really understood whatever made to me which direction they were going. Well, it was so you could kind of raise you allies. And that's why they tell you this one teams wearing their red jerseys in their white pants and the other teams wearing their this. And that and it was just a dad the color, the theater of the mind. Got it. But in mission viejo, California, beautiful place. But how are you? Jerry, thanks for taking my call. You bet. The mercedes. Hey, currently have a two thousand fourteen. I'm thinking about upgrading to newer model to get the safety features. That have been added over the years. Yeah. They can't do between San with a three point five liter. They're going to the newer models that have two liter turbo nation. I'll tell you. What to me the two liter? Turbo. Feels like it's got more power than the L three point five. And the gas mileage is better. Mercedes jumped on the turbo bandwagon pretty early on. And they never had any problems with infect turbos today or just as reliable as as anything out there. Everybody's gone to him. It's going to be a way of life. So I think if it were me, I'd I'd do it with the with the two liter. Turbo. I have driven that car in the three fifty. He what do they call it? Now. I forget. Yeah, you're right. It isn't a three hundred now I think there's a four hundred to with a bigger engine. But the the three hundred the two liter turbo. Even though that cars gotten bigger over the years. It actually had really good performance in power. If you're worried about getting up on the freeway or something like that. That's not a worry at all with this car. It'll surprise you. It did me. Let me put it that way. I've been very impressed with a three point five you're saying the two is better. I appreciate your. Thank you. You are welcome, sir. And thank you for holding. I appreciate you stand in league city, Texas. Welcome to the car pro show. Jerry. You've been listening to thanks question. I got my mother-in-law had a nineteen seventy four four door Chevy Malibu, and he's had it covered in this garage. We sheets in it hasn't been started in about. I don't know six years. I was just thinking what do you think? I should do it. Well, are you gonna want to get it running and and drive it? I mean, is it a sentimental thing with you? Well, not me. But my wife, maybe she wanted to take him. Maybe a car shows and stuff like that. You know? Yeah. No. That's fine. Lincoln. It's an excellent condition. But I'm I mean, I'm pretty sure it's still gasoline in the tank there's going to be there's going to be a number of things that need to be done. And you're probably going to have to replace the tires because they've got flat spots on them. Now, if if they're non radials those spat, flat spots aren't coming out, and it's gonna ride like to wagon. So you're probably going to look at tires. You're going to.

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"eight dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"eight dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"To a monthly in your pocket of seven hundred eight dollars and some change. There's a lot of money. It is a lot of money. So all of a sudden, you could take that lump sum backout maintain that line of credit you just talked about. And all of a sudden it makes a difference. Even if enough to worry about taxes or whatever else, it may be it just gives you more money to be able to do whatever you want to with. That's going on vacation, if it some other type of travel, you wanna do if you want to help out the kids, you want to help out the grandkids all of a sudden, you have an additional eighty five hundred coming into you every year to be able to do that. Let me say this. I know what people were thinking Randy. Yes, we'd like you and Randy we'd like dollar Bank. But this it sounding too good to be true. Do you hear that at all? Oh, I hear that all the time. All the time. I hear that. So what I do is. I bought an average schedule show people, and I'm gonna look at one right now for you. Okay. Here's the lead start out around one hundred fifty eight and a line of credit. See would agree two hundred sixty six. As he's doing the calculation. We're talking to Randy Davis at dollar Bank who is the expert on reverse mortgages at dollar Bank, one of around one hundred sixty or so in the entire country that had the special certification that he does and what's wonderful about dollar Bank. They don't pay commissions. So you don't have to worry about anybody giving you advice ever on whatever the mortgage product may be that they are in it for the what's in their best interests that rainy Davis makes it very clear he makes no commissions on any of this the direction that he will put you in is ultimately in what's in your best interest. If it's best for you to get a reverse mortgage than you talk more about it. If it's best to go onto a home equity loan or traditional mortgage, you go that round. And sometimes Randy tells people, listen, there's just not a direction for you here. Now's the time to look at selling your home and not being in your home and you longer. That's okay. To just ran the calculations. Yes, if the latter credit starts out at hundred fifty seven nine seventy four almost one hundred fifty eight thousand in just if you didn't touch it in five years. It's approximately worth two hundred six thousand nine hundred dollars. Wow. So it does grow quite substantially it does. Yes. And even if that line of credit growth or to grow to exceed the value of the home you're allowed to tap into you can tap into it. That's correct now at the same time if you never tap into it. And then you pass away you only, oh what you borrowed. So if you've never brought anything and all you ever want with the line of credit, then you don't alternately. Oh, anything you would. Because when you do the loan, you're gonna financing closing costs moral insurance and closing costs money, and that money will crew some interest, but it won't be that much. Okay. But if you what I've had some people do actually pay cash all but like fifty dollars. For the closing. Yeah. That way because they want to leave it sit for eight years ten years that way, they're not worried about it accumulating interest. They paid the cash upfront. They could afford to do that. Nice. You see the value? How much it grows? It was certainly worth their investment L K. And then if you don't need to tap into that line of credit, and you pass away and all of a sudden the house, then goes to the heirs. Right. And then they sell it. The equity that they out of that house. They don't have to sell the house. They don't have to. But but they do need to pay off the mortgage. And then they keep the difference. Yeah. So that's the only one of two things are going to happen. I say that so much I repeat myself a lot. But it's true. Okay. You're either one thing you're either going to be able to sell the house we give you you can get six months and two extensions up to ninety days of peace PC and get a whole year. Okay. The sell the house, and you would sell it pay payoff. What you own keep difference night, or you can walk away de leu foreclosure, if you inherited the home and had a reverse mortgage on it. And you talked to a realtor go. Hey, you can only get the two hundred thousand for this house, and they had two hundred fifty you wanna walk away. So you can just one of the options, we give you the Bank in the letter is d Lou foreclosure mummy ask you this one of the heirs really likes the house. The house is worth two hundred thousand dollars post. They have the loan for two fifty. They want the house. How do they get the house Dave inherited the house? They can post death. They can by the house back at ninety five percent of the appraised value. So they could buy it back for one hundred ninety thousand dollars if the appraised value is two hundred they combine it back. We're gonna praise and they have that option to buy back. They can buy it for one ninety even though to fifty s owed on it. Yep. That's government short and the taxpayers aren't paying for this. The there's billions of dollars in the pool funds with the mortgage insurance that people have paid over the years. Okay. And that's what gets pulled out when the house was upside down like that that that gets pulled out of that fun to take care of the difference. All right. So the banks protected the customers protected right now, are you ready to have your mind blown as you're listening to this about this one you can buy a house with the reverse mortgage and never make a payment on it? So here's a scenario. Randy. We have a family a couple that has a home right now. And it's a multilevel home. And they want to go down to traditional, you know, ranch style a patio home. If you will but to sell what they have now. To move into a patio home, the home that they have now is free and clear, but the patio home is a bit more expensive than the home that they had that they want to sell that. They're downsizing to can they actually get into that more expensive home actually had that happen. Absolutely, okay. Tell us about sure why at one couple that actually wanted to go into a newer home, pretty similar what they had and they had the money. So they moved forward to put the money down and put how like half down then and moved into the home without a payment on a reverse mortgage sold their house layer pocketed the money and actually ended up with more money in their pocket and a newer home. So that's hard to beat. That's really hard to beat. It's the wonders of a reverse mortgage. I haven't seen many people downsize had one one individual downsides from a five hundred thousand dollar house to a three fifty and that worked out quite well because they didn't know anything on the five hundred. So he got the pockets of money to because on the three fifty only had to come up with half at that time. Okay, right now, it's about sixty sixty percent. Sixty five percent..

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KHVH 830AM

10:11 min | 2 years ago

"eight dollars" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Map. And then all of a sudden they're climbing the fence at the border in San Diego yesterday. Hey, that's great. Yeah. And of course, they weren't going to climb the fence because they were all here seeking asylum, and they were just gonna admitted because their asylum, right? I notice all the mothers with their babies. Man. Climbing. So anyway, this this came in and caravan had how many buses well yesterday's was. I don't know how many there were four hundred people in the buses. The the caravan. That's about to arrive is twenty two more buses filled with nine hundred more people. And then there's three more caravans. Let me ask you three more caravans behind that. Now, let me ask you this. This definitely not an invasion force. This is just poor oppressed people that just have no money or influence at all. How did they afford the the buses, and it's my curious. They were standing staying in one of the hotels. Yeah. Yeah. Tijuana. I don't where where did they get the money for that? Maybe that's a relative thing. Nice hotel in Tijuana, eight dollars. Maybe. Yeah. Maybe super eight dollars eight dollars. Yeah. So the other thing is they don't have any connections. And of course, we learned from CNN that Mexico is going to stop this before it happens except for Mexico. Sent the federales loose state and federal troops escort them to the border. Convenient forum. So the had a law enforcement an escort. Yeah. But my understanding Pat, these these caravans were hundreds of miles hundreds and hundreds of miles and read that's accurate, and then no there at the border now with San Diego. Geico border, San Diego is hundreds of miles from where we are. Yeah. In fact, Iowa's hundreds of miles away from where? We never really have to worry about. Brought this up. Of course, you were fearmongering mongering in in fear. And I I don't know a single person who's afraid of these immigrants. I I don't know anybody who's actually scare can we immigrants stern? They're not. They're not really ugly aliens illegal aliens there legal women grim here. Notes something lawful. Yes. You come in here because you wanna be a part of our country. You're not trying to make a political point you want to come and add to the whatever it is that we're doing here in America that you can't find any place else. And you ask for permission to come in. And hopefully, we say, yes, and asked him aggression. It has to be that way. No matter what your circumstances are because it it's chaos otherwise. And that's what we have at the border right now chaos, and the the left the mainstream media is just yelling at everybody who's concerned about this. And saying, well, look, we already have thousands of people that come across the border every day, right? And. Of that. This isn't it? Right. You understand that right? Take the place of the other illegal immigrant and those guys come in at night. Yeah. These guys are announcing it and say don't care what your laws are don't care coming in. Because there's that brazen sort of escalation here, right? You know, this happened. This is we've seen this before. Right. Like there are people living in the shadows. And they're hiding and they're trying to work in the shadows. But then there was another group that book come out into the rallies. Let me twenty thousand people who are illegal immigrants walking down the street daring immigration officials to do anything about it. And that is another step. It's a it's a it's an escalation of the same thing that we're talking about. I'm so sick of this CNN lawsuit with the president. I know just happened yesterday. But I can't I can't I can't take it. What is the president's supposed to do if you're in a press conference? If there isn't any rule like on the border now. No rules, Judas don't care what the laws in. Oh, you've got. Guns. Oh, you have troops. We don't care. We're coming anyway. Yeah. Okay. We don't want you. We don't care. We have a right to be in your country. There's no law. What are you going to do? What are you going to do? They're doing the same thing. Jim Acosta is doing the same thing that the migrants are these people who are coming up in the caravan. They are daring the government to do the worst now yesterday in the court. They were saying well CNN's attorneys, the president sets the tone, and we reporters often ask for you know, a follow up question. He did four follow up. She didn't any wouldn't ask it down. Correct. The president says sit down sit down we're done. The press and have that going on day after day any if there was if if there are no rules. How do you have a press conference? If everybody is just incentivized to get their question in and they can hold court and hold onto the president's attention and filibuster house. Anybody gonna to ask a question, how do you how do you control anything? You don't you? Don't you don't this is anarchy this chaos? There are only two options here though. I mean, basically, if you're CNN you either have to admit that your reporter is due to which he is completely. You have to just say like look he was obviously awful in that situation. And we're punishing him or firing him or whatever or you're going to have to fight it with all your might. Because you you can't let you can't let the precedent B said that the every time the president doesn't like something that your reporter says the dad. Contention that if it's he didn't like something he said, then it's violation of the first amendment. If it's he's disrupting the press conference it for everybody else, would you was the president of the president's attorney yesterday. I thought the Justice department at a poor job of Justice department came in and said, the president could kick anybody out at any time. That's not a good. That's not that's the first amendment violation. Though. I don't know that CNN case because Jim Acosta hasn't been denied saying anything he can still go on CNN. That's first amendment speech. This is freedom of the press the press freedom of the blaze. The report and somebody else. We don't have any access to that room and CNN could send somebody else. Yes. I mean, that's the deal. And that's the case. They should have made the president is not trying to silence CNN. The president is not trying to say that he can't come with the president saying is there is decorum. There is decorum win the president says we're done we're moving on you cannot grandstand. And hijack didn't argue it that way. No, they didn't. I know that's bad. No gets screwed in this situation to me more than the other reporters in the room because Jim Acosta takes up all the time. And he asked all the questions and tried to get all the attention for himself. And it doesn't help the other reporters because hey, Trump's am a cost. Yeah. I mean, I will say like I don't like this approach, particularly by the by the administration. I would much rather have them. He had the Mike in his hand. Get called on. And he doesn't get the mic. So he doesn't. Blab all he wants. He's gonna if this judge says, okay, he's going to be emboldened. Now, Z N is going to bring it to a higher judge in no matter what of course, yesterday and their reporting there were like, our he just watch, you know, this was this is a Trump appointed judge who seemed to cut CNN's argument off quite a bit. If you were a an argument here. I look I'm not. Someone else if the argument is that the president can do anything he wants to the press. I think you lose if the argument was it wasn't yesterday. At least that I read and it should have been if the argument is the president. And this was argued by the judge, I think the judge brought this up and said. You know, look there has to be decorum and CNN said, we'll the president sets that tone, and he's the biggest bully in the room. And you know, if if it's going to be he said, she said, and if he's going to be a bully than I can be one too because he started it I slapped her first she slapped me first kind of thing, right? That's the he's gonna lose. My biggest problem with this though is that Jim Acosta has literally no interest in what is going on in that room. What Jim Acosta cares about is raising offer file of Jim Acosta, and what has happened here is we've raised the profile of Jim Acosta. The other equal plane in a battle with the president of the United States. Trump loves it too though. They both love it. Because what? Because why we're not talking about things we should be talking about. Yeah. We are talking about this crap. And it and it polarize us, and it makes us into teams. We, you know, we're sitting here falling into the trap whole. Hopefully, we are keeping this based on principles. This is not a first amendment violation. Unless the president says I'm going to get rid of you because I don't like your point of view, the president can't do that. That's that's freedom of the press. They should be able to ask uncomfortable questions. Right. But they should do it with respect. And if the president says, I'm done I'm done. And now you can read into that the president cut us off the president wouldn't say anymore. The president is stonewalling. That's what's that's what they always do.

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"eight dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"eight dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Ninety eight dollars in Sean would tell you that he can make you a guarantee in the world of sports and that has to do with Mr. LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers. Yeah. I told you, you know, when we were in time out there that you know, all that from preseason game between the warriors and Lakers. The other day was it was remarkable. I felt like it was a playoff game. I felt like this was going to the NBA finals. And I told you all this chatter people saying they're not gonna make the playoffs. I gave you a zero percent chance that this LeBron James Lakers team will not make the playoffs. I will stop watching sports on that confident. You know? So you don't get caught up in the high of just know that he took a lousy Cavaliers team to the playoffs. This team is much better. They're built to last they're young they're hungry. They're ferocious montvale of the bankers at network capital. So see I did that kind of learn from you little safeway's. Attention. Teas. But you know, one thing that I'm really big on right now is maximizing benefit making sure you guys are in good hands. I really believe in the Alfred over network capital because you know, they train so well like there's so many different recruiters out there that try to recruit their bankers because they know you're getting a quality person. You're getting someone that knows the business that is trained specifically ought to be a benefit hundred like this week. We're bringing you guys eat tenure fix now that doesn't mean that all of you have to do the tenure the tenure just happens to be the main thing that you guys out. So if you're looking for the tenure it's a four percent the APR four point two five I also love this offer because you guys don't want to be nailed on. The let's say the junk fees the nickel and dime fees, the headache fees, like processing underwriting origination. Abbasi's rate lock fees network capital eliminated, those completely regardless of your situation. And I love that they're built for speed like they're built to last their Bill to make sure that this thing can get done in as little as ten business days. So this week make sure you get your phone calls in make sure you address any questions start. Shorter-term if you need to scale back. That's fine. That's okay. But at least tried on for size. See how it feels see if that's something that you think you can swing because long-term. There's no doubt about it. That's the better route for you. You could save sixty five percent difference on interests between the thirty year and a fifteen years. So this week light up the phones like he did last week. It was remarkable. You know, seem like so many people were dialing the number eight hundred seven hundred eight zero six eight I told trees, I never want to offend anybody. But I'm always just going to tell you guys the truth. It seems like if you're a little more seasoned on your age, you're a little bit more into the cash home improvement to make the home were made to measure now, the young bucks, the young guns. The Brandon Ingram is the Lonzo ball's of the world. They're more calling in eliminate the credit card. So, unfortunately, the younger generation is using more the plastic lifestyle, and I felt like people unless you're from West Virginia like me for like the little more season customer is more of a cash savvy guy if he has the cash in his pocket he buys it. So, you know, no matter where you're from no matter what your situation is. It's worth getting benefits. Station. Find out if you're in the best position find out if you're overpaying on your mortgage. Definitely you guys are overpaying on your credit card debt, your personal loan your car notes. There's ways to reinvent your situation really kind of maximize your benefit now in years to come. So dial this number I'm to give it to you guys twice. So have your phones ready, again, the average person that Dow this number I'm gonna give you.

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"eight dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"eight dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And twenty eight dollars in Sean would tell you that he can make you guarantee in the world of sports and that has to do with Mr. LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers. Yeah. I told you, you know, when we were in time out there that you know, all that. Preseason game between the warriors. And lakers. The other day was it was remarkable. I felt like it was a playoff game. I felt like this was going to the NBA finals. And I told you all this chatter people saying they're not gonna make the playoffs. I gave you zero percent chance that this LeBron James Lakers team will not make the playoffs. I will stop watching sports on that confident. You know? So, you know, for don't get caught up in the high just know that he took a lousy Cavaliers team to the playoffs. This team is much better. They're built to last they're young they're hungry. They're ferocious reminds be a lot of the bankers network capital. So see how I did that kind of learn from you. Next to tease, but you know, one thing that I'm really big on right now is maximizing benefit making sure you guys are in good hands. I really believe in the outfit over a network capital because you know, they train so well like there's so many different recruiters out there that tried to recruit their bankers because they know you're getting a quality person. You're getting someone that knows the business that is trained specifically ought to be a benefit hunter like this week. We're bringing you guys a ten year fixed. Now that doesn't mean that all of you have to do the tenure the tenure just happens to be the main thing that you guys out. So if you're looking for the tenure it's a four percent the APR four point two five I also love this offer because you guys don't want to be nailed on. The let's say the junk fees the nickel and dime fees, the headache fees, like processing underwriting origination. Abbasi's rate lock fees network capital eliminated, those completely regardless of your situation. And I love that they're built for speed like they're built to last their Bill to make sure that this thing can get done at as low as ten business days. So this week make sure you get your. Phone calls in make sure you address any questions start shorter-term if you need to scale back. That's fine. That's okay. But at least tried on precisely how it feels see if that's something that you think you can swing because long-term. There's.

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"eight dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"eight dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Twenty eight dollars a month and she thought let me give them a call well cut. To she became one of over four thousand people to post a glowing review about. Their experience with network capital online and I just wanted to share her review with you it was really, touching it was evocative and it. Says a lot about the customer service experience over at, network capital I, should say this is, from the consumer affairs. Website but they're reviews on the Better Business Bureau. Website on trust, link on Facebook JoAnne Thank you for all your, help getting my refinance loan if it wasn't for you, chat and network capital I don't know what I would have done my loans closed. So fast I looked at other companies but with my credit rating not so great they, didn't help me, my husband died last year and. I really needed. Help in chat I'm so glad I spoke with you you are so professional so Sweden nice I don't know, how to thank you we'll do and I think you. Found a really good way to thank Chattanooga you know how much he appreciates this I wanna say I so sorry. For your loss in second so grateful that Chad was, able to do a little something to help you out but this review has me Has. Me asking a few questions okay why wouldn't anyone else help her just be. Has wasn't perfect because not everybody has the same guidelines there's overlays and there's different, niche products said certain companies out there have that's their bread and butter that's their Goto loan with the change in the market is allowing more. People to finally get approved so what I like about what's going, on right now, is you can. Actually go lower credit scores and that were approved in. The past you can actually see you know slightly. Higher Lona values get improved you're seeing cash out no appraisal so there. Are perks to a rising, rate environment but one of, the main things. Is there's more qualified. Fish in the sea so congratulations you wanna this means a lot. I know the CHAD'S got a lot. Of phone calls about, this review. Reviewing. I don't think the customers really understand. That when. You leave a five star review other customers see this a kind. Of pushes them in the direction of. Picking up the phone and.

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"eight dollars" Discussed on House of Carbs

House of Carbs

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"eight dollars" Discussed on House of Carbs

"It was thirty eight dollars and then it turned out the bis was not real in the fewer than fine print said hot dog water and it's absurdity hopes to encourage critical thinking religion product marketing and the significant role complainer purchasing choices so okay fine that's a good point like maybe also like bring a water bottle refill it or something i just like this is a touch too far did it someone really have to spend money on making fake thirty eight dollar bottles of water you said it i mean this was so i looked at this i was like this is fake as fuck there's no chance that this a thing right like they pushed it too far you said it exactly right there might be a product out there that you could stick in water at a non traditional non you know something that you wouldn't think would enhance the flavor of water that might you know carry with it kind of the air of truthfulness mother effing hotdog nobody is going to be persuaded you know it it is an item it is merely a curiosity i i would be shocked if they sold one bottle there would be somebody who bought a bottle for the purposes of taking it and showing their friends look at this absurd thing this is obviously ridiculous look how funny this is forty bucks is too much for joke so i don't know who that person might be that would spend the thirty eight dollars to participate in a joke but i'm with you just too far in like it's not a good enough joke i don't i just think that this is like mrs kind of reminds me of something that capital like a not well thought out tv show that was like trying to skewer contemporary culture it just doesn't doesn't work for me i'm like i'm right there with it and i wanted to i was trying to come up with the show right at the top of my head but i don't have a good one for you okay that's a fits that no problem no problem at all okay let's end on an uplifting kind of uplifting nice note and this is a story out of the rochester area of new york about firefighters 'em pizza so here's here's what's happened a domino's pizza truck was involved in a some kind of accident i don't think anyone was badly injured but the police the police were called and i believe it was dominoes by the way actually did not confirm that but anyhow the pizza could pizza was did not make it to the destination because of this car accident but it was nearby so the firefighters they completed the delivery they brought the pizza to the people so they wouldn't be hungry and the pizza wouldn't go to waste and i think everyone ended up being just fine is henrietta fire district in upstate new york i think it's just a lovely delightful story so i wanted to share it with you that is incredible shot up to the henrietta fire district that is the kind of personal touch that kind of of sense of community that public service impulse we could all use a nice dose of that right i mean i'm not going anywhere political it just feels like a rare instance of public servants thinking about the public good and by gosh delivering pizza is a public good let there be no doubt i'm i'm most impressed that.

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"eight dollars" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

Listen Money Matters

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"eight dollars" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

"So sounds even better than pizza so i mean like twenty one dollars an hour what's minimum wage it's like seven or eight dollars or something right seven seven i think it depends i think it depends on the state some states like or cities or up to fifteen dollars an hour that's still meaningfully higher i mean i'm surprised people are not all doing this i mean it's it's before expenses you have to remember that right and with food and packages you're not going to put as many miles on your car but there's definitely some benefits and you know i wouldn't you know the thing is that most people don't realize uber now has i think one point five million drivers in the us and all of these other services are you know lift has seven hundred thousand these other services are smaller but i mean they're still you know there's hundreds of thousands of people doing these smaller services and millions doing the rideshare so sometimes it you know it is there are a lot of people you ask why are so many people doing why aren't more people but i i almost feel like there are a lot more and more people doing it every day yeah so before we got onto this call and when you guys was telling me about some new one where you pick up scooters on the side of the road yeah what does that even so there's a company here in that's actually based out of los angeles called bird and it's called bird scooter and they're actually expanding everywhere so i know that they're they're they're now in like ten or fifteen cities and they just expanded dc and authored about them on people are calling them like a score jr because there's just like streets are littered with bird scooters.

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"eight dollars" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"eight dollars" Discussed on WTMA

"This for your mortgage yes my home mortgage my goodness so so you're telling me over eight dollars it was a simple clerical error anybody could have made they're going to ruin your credit yes well it's not completely ruined but it dropped eighty points you know march fifth it was perfect seven forty eight and then march twelfth it was down to six fifty two and the reason i know that that was in the process of by car and i you know i had no idea that this had even happened except for the fact that i was buying a nobody from the credit union ever contacted you and said hey by the way you realize he paid us eight dollar short nope nothing all right so you know who owns that credit union don't you you do credit unions are co ops owned by their members it's not like you're dealing with some cold distant impersonal bank and the way you're being treated is unacceptable and inexcusable and i wouldn't even expect that behavior from a bank typically who are you dealing with you dealing with customer i guess the billing department i went in with all the evidence of then having the check be initial people said that they didn't see where i had paid but when i showed them the clear check that somebody in fact did take my money then it was a different story and they let me they had the billing department or whoever is in control of that did me a call and she pretty much told me because of the eight dollar different that that was i was at fault for it and that's why i was reported to the credit agency that is the that is the most lame excuse for a story i think i've ever heard involving a credit union or a bank well when i was talking to the department i said well you can't help me get this corrected then send me to somebody who can and told me that the lady already knew the story and i had to give me a phone or a address to write feet out so i have to send it no you're not going to do any of that.

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"eight dollars" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"eight dollars" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"That's okay it's okay to choose to do that this toaster paulie eight dollars at the target i wanna another one all right no problem okay but why waste time on it in every time you go use it doesn't work we've never get results out of it why do we allow it to take up space in our world you may think that maybe i'm a bit extreme on this i think i'm onto something if something in your life isn't working and you keep expecting it but you keep getting the same result we'll shame on us for doing that clinton just declutter get rid of it what's gary once fought with a blender tommy about it i love very satisfied by by appliance fights costs they say that it can handle ice cubes and this and that and i put a whole bunch of vegetables and things whatever was making a smoothie i put the cap on i pressed the button i went to liquefy wouldn't liquefy wouldn't the gear started grinding greek could clean wasn't working hello i got so angry i started shaking violently now see i violently shake it i don't choke it like you throw it on the ground pete that somebody wants i know it's not an appliance but i swung the whole pie at my exboyfriend was a waste of pizza or something or maybe some person maybe we can learn how to better navigate life through people by treating them like broken appliances i've given you fourteen chances to toast my toast don't do it you're taking up space on my counter i'm going to plug you and throw you away and i'm going to buy a new toaster actually that's that's pretty good there you go don't pick the person up and throw them i would not physically throw and i i did not i didn't like about the toaster on the ground all the old crumbs did fall out so i gotta go clean that up anyway we have sound against you go around the room we've lots to do we'll start with the around the room we'll do that we'll start with you danielle what is on your mind today.

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"eight dollars" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"eight dollars" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Screwing up all the time and so they got me a producer to help me with a bunch of stuff that that i do on the show mainly what she does because i do virtually everything else because it's not really stuff she can help me with is she makes sure that the adds i'm supposed to talk about that day that the other in my hand and the important stuff is highlighted they're like here's the updated copy here's what you need to read here's what you need to say make sure you cover these top of all that stuff is handed to me and i greatly appreciated and her name is lindsay as she's a wonderful person and so it being valentine's day i didn't know she's got a valentine or not but i thought will do something nice for her i will i will get her i went to but the store and i got like a little magas as happy valentine's day up at some chocolates in the top ben ali's little little love bears that ibm little tiny bear this just about the size of the mug right so i spent a total of like eight dollars or whatever hung this valentine's day they must be nice right and so i'm i'm a fairly i if into you know me as i said i'm i'm very introverted right so i am i can come off as rather abrasive early on and when i say told somebody his earlier today i'm like i wanna images of a nice for lindsey 'cause i can come off kind of abrasive and kind of a rough around the edges and his friend looked at me and said oh you think electrical again no kidding you could come off a bracing and so uh i bring obree in this thing in and i said it down and she looks at me like blah dumbfounded like this is completely out of character for me to do this thing for an and and to be nice and and i've just like a happy valentine's day and she goes oh thank you and instantly instantly i realise i hope that she doesn't think that i'm a about to like ask her out on a date rocked the mic that had never that didn't even cross my mind until i set the mug down and.

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"eight dollars" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"eight dollars" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Listen s mt bank stadium is sixty eight dollars for popcorn levi's stadium it this isn't bad nine dollars for a beer fat acts field in dc seventeen dollars for a hot dog in the stadium swedes at mercedes benz stadium i thought everything was cheap member they said that everything as cheap at the concessions it the new found in steady but in the in the swede's chips and deborah hundred two dollars have at gillette stadium serve and turf i have no idea what that is other than of fela magnien with a tale ryan i'd alive today brought you taking eighty five dollars and then at fedex field a order a deserter order the order the desert in this way it's two hundred and fifty dollars that's ridiculous repairing pain that's why would you and i am now the crew would go to the the yankee games we gotta sweep from your body we never ordered at evening there would always go out to concessions and the bite ourselves becau this wasn't worth it the same thing that they charge just you know when you walk up to the counter and get along the by trays of it it's insane that's why what we did was when we stayed in the matsui sweet which was often that was back when i worked with howard i had access to that i regard the day games right so we will do is we would go by the other swedes and mafia and i would pretend like we were staying in those suites for the game as a client or whatever and we would steal their food regression sweet crashing and eat getting their food while we pretend like were with their group and then they're like i'm sorry now here and we're like no one no survivors we now nolan or eating member on aged that it at belmont park over the stores yes so cover i i went to the broncos touchdown touchdown irish broncos igf they're on the board i go to the belmont stakes ride i matter matter dasm people there my buddy bones and i hammered i heard.

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"eight dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"eight dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

"No sense unlike providing patrick eight dollars jewish state so auditor chose it's that simple dr uh at the state of the data i make sense but let let let's talk about the concept of whether or not it's up to a state to determine whether or not a as somebody's here in the country illegally whether in fact they should be able to stay there that that's a federal issue that's exactly right federal it fish hit the federal government is has their bright and early to enforce the flawed state i hope you can't tell police officer hey we want you to go out there and yet circle immigration laws or a and if you don't we're going to deny your bunny your crimefighting money did you go after the earth barber's ed uh you know the burt i've got to believe that the reason you're challenging it is in your belief it's totally unconstitutional correct britt what part of the constitution he referring to a every part pig about it you remember the part that some people forget it the attitude set at all hours uh not enumerated worked in the constitution are left to the states so only those powers that are actually identified in the constitution are those are the powers for the federal government her fate is left to the state eric let you can cite luke at probation a public eight the constitution i would agree with you better than somebody oughta tell williams sessions because if it comes to lead for example he's got a different point of view as to whether the federal government as the right to make a determination well thank that uh federal government at the air federal property justice eight a different urged granted out whether they live with eight their local garbage can or not and at a porch and because the prosecution desert flip cooperate together to constitute recap he'd have pregnant it year you can or can't do it at a constitutional amendment say that if the turkish state decide how to protect its people uh pine eight five five yeah you you came out in you and i guess it was attorney general's of four other states came out in with a booklet as setting the record straight on local involved in federal civil immigration enforcement what was the reaction action to that in terms of support or.

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