18 Burst results for "Eight Five Million Dollars"
"eight five million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"I think it's a question politics. I don't think it's about the substance of the Bill at all. I don't think the Senate has the votes to pass the Bill period. Lawmakers say they're going to continue trying to come up with legislation that will pass ahead of the summer. The Bill would legalize the recreational use of pot for people who are twenty one and older. The legislative session ends on June nineteenth, Terry, McCreary NBC News Radio. Oh, I will say is still debating the issue of legalizing recreational marijuana. One local town is making preparations Clifton Parktown board is establishing a committee to examine the potential affects of a recreational marijuana program and to consider potential zoning issues according to a statement from the town, there committee is comprised of the Saratoga county sheriff, the district attorney, a Representative from Hsien as well as members of the local student population and medical professions. Diane DeNardo, NewsRadio eight ten and one of three one WG winds common council passed to non binding resolutions on Monday, calling for the legalization of recreational marijuana and the records of those convicted for misdemeanor marijuana charges to be. Expunged. W. G. Y morning news time, eight oh two with just over a week to go before the legislature adjourns and goes home for the summer number of high profile issues, have yet to be decided, including sports betting, and the question of driver's licenses for illegal immigrants. But governor Cuomo has other things in mind. He wants lawmakers to. S four separate measures dealing with women's rights, including the equal rights amendments, which the governor says we've been arguing about for nearly fifty years, New York state. Right now in the constitution does not guarantee equal rights on the basis of sex. I mean, when you think about it that is unconscionable with all the progress, we've made governor also wants lawmakers to make it easier for women to bring sexual harassment charges pass pay equity measures and extend the statute of limitation on certain rape cases, lease six people were left homeless after fire damaged a two story. Apartment building in Rotterdam junction on Monday afternoon. Fire officials say it took several hours to bring it under control because of high winds and the buildings subdivided interior to firefighters suffered minor injuries. The building said to be a total loss. We now know how much it will cost a tear down the old Leonard hospital, building in the Lansing Berg section of joy times union is reporting it'll cost taxpayers, one point. Six million dollars for the demolition of the decrepit building said he has a war to contracts for one point eight five million dollars for the demolition work and for his best OSA Bateman work should begin later this summer continue into the fall..
"eight five million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Area code seven one seven two eight three forty eight sixty eight. you go. What else under our industry headlines? Fringe landline? Have a under the tandem thoughts section. Yeah. A little segment each week talking about the truck parking issues in this country, which seemed to be getting worse nothing rather than better going the wrong direction. Let's see Tyson Fisher this past says every week. There's several news articles in the country related to truck parking. Ranging from a State Department of transportation may be closing arrest area. Two local city councils pre preventing the opening of a truck. Stop news reports regarding local truck parking or are too numerous and small in scope to report on individually. However, what each of these following news items means to the underlying national problem? Is too significant to ignore. He's got a roundup of the latest trunk parking related news items from around the country. Now the first being another parking app while the shortage continues plenty of entrepreneurs trying to cash in on the problem. The latest piece of technology to hit the market is truck park, which officially launches on may the sixth. So it's if not up yet. But it is forthcoming according to the website truck park is an app that allows drivers to reserve parking spaces on demand. What people fail to understand is that parking apps and notification signs are just Kareem the symptoms, not the disease. Yeah. We know the truck parking problem is not going away. When private investors are dumping buckets of money into truck parking technology, if they thought for a second. The government was going to step in and solve the problem. They would not be investing all this money. What they see is an opportunity to make a lot of money. No parking equals, big bucks for these tech startup companies. Let's see another headline local government in Indiana where he of truckstop a few more truckstop is being proposed off US fifty in Aurora Indiana before it before it can move forward. Developers need zoning approval from the city council. This is when things usually get combative. In this case local officials are concerned only concerned about traffic congestion in the area. No say fortunately, that's the only concern if that problem is solved. It looks like the few. Mark fuel mart will get the green light. Updates on that coming up in the next month or two. New drug vas a new truck. Stop coming in Colorado. Looks like the city of Antonio will be getting a new truck stop later this year. According to the post dispatch for really not much say at the moment. Other than the truck. Stop will be located off u s highway two eighty five it'll shit on fourteen acres. It is being built for both trucks and cars and will care for the the Motari needs of travelers and locals, but plenty of room for parking. Onto North Dakota. North Dakota town welcomes a new truck. Stop some towns resist truck stops by regurgitating the bunch of misinformation. Other towns understand the reality of a truck. Stop and Drayton North Dakota falls under the latter category. Loves will be opening a new location in Drayton. That'll be off. I twenty nine the local report also mentioned right away that it will add more than two dozen jobs. That's right. The angle of the story is how great anew truckstop is for the town, not about pollution or crime or safety. The mayor told the reporter that loves approach them and the town is actually really excited. Because it's going to bring more jobs to the town. Absolutely. And one more here, which he's got a number of other stories, but south west states, get federal money for drug parking. Whoa. Really? That's right. The federal government is finally stepping up to the plate and giving Arizona, California, New Mexico and Texas six point eight five million dollars to address truck parking along the I ten corridor. But don't get too excited. The money is not for more truck parking spaces. It's another federal highway administration grant for the mostly useless signs that notify drivers how many parking spots are or are not available. Millions and millions of dollars being poured into these programs around the country. How many actual parking spaces could have been created with all that money? Yeah. I guess it. I it sounds like a great idea. Right. You're rolling down the highway rest area, two miles ahead. Four truck parking spaces available. But everybody knows everyone that drives truck anyway knows what once you get about what four o'clock in the afternoon. It's it's always gonna say zero if there's there's no parking available where full and what does that benefit you?.
"eight five million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Country. Now the first being another parking app. Well, the shortage continues plenty of entrepreneurs are trying to cash in on the problem. The latest piece of technology to hit the market is truck park, which officially launches on may the sixth. So it's not up yet. But it is forthcoming according to the website truck park is an app that allows drivers to reserve parking spaces on demand. What people fail to understand is that parking apps and notification signs are just carrying the symptoms. Not the disease. Yeah. We know the truck parking problem is not going away. When private investors are dumping buckets of money into truck parking technology, if they thought for a second. The government was going to step in and solve the problem. They would not be investing all this money. What they see is an opportunity to make a lot of money. No parking equals, big bucks for these tech startup companies. Let's see another headline local government in Indiana, wary of truckstop a few more truckstop is being proposed off US fifty in Aurora Indiana afford before it can move forward. Developers need zoning approval from the city council. This is when things usually get combative. In this case local officials are concerned only concerned about traffic congestion in the area. Say fortunately, that's the only concern if that problem is solved. It looks like the few. Mark fuel mart will get the green light updates on that coming up in the next month or two. New drug vas a new truck. Stop coming in Colorado. Looks like the city of Antonio will be getting a new truck stop later this year. According to the post dispatch for really not much say at the moment. Other than the truck. Stop will be located off u s highway two eighty five it'll shit on fourteen acres. It is being built for both trucks and cars and will care for the the Motari needs of travelers and locals, but plenty of room for parking. Onto North Dakota. North Dakota town welcomes a new truck. Stop some towns resist truck stops by regurgitating a bunch of misinformation. Other towns understand the reality of a truck. Stop and Drayton North Dakota falls under the latter category. Loves will be opening a new location in Drayton. That'll be off. I twenty nine the local report also mentioned right away that it will add more than two dozen jobs. That's right. The angle of the story is how great anew truckstop is for the town, not about pollution or crime or safety. The mayor told the reporter that loves approached them and the town is actually really excited. Because it's going to bring more jobs to the town. Absolutely. And one more here, which he's got a number of other stories, but southwest states get federal money for drug parking. Whoa. Really? That's right. The federal government is finally stepping up to the plate and giving Arizona, California, New Mexico and Texas six point eight five million dollars to address truck parking along the I ten corridor. But don't get too excited. The money is not for more truck parking spaces. It's another federal highway administration grant for the mostly useless signs that notify drivers how many parking spots are or are not available. Millions and millions of dollars being poured into these programs around the country. How many actual parking spaces could have been created with all that money? Yeah. I guess it. I it sounds like a great idea. Right. You rolling down the highway rest area, two miles ahead. Four truck parking spaces available. But everybody knows.
"eight five million dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"That police went to check on Wendy Williams after they received a call that her husband Kevin hunter was poisoning her this call was made back in January. And according to a police report someone that worked on a with Wendy made the call. So the police visited Wendy at her home when police arrived Kevin didn't want to leave her side. And they found Wendy revved up in a blanket from head to toe when cops asked Wendy about her health. She said she was recovering from a shoulder injury. And that she was okay. Yeah. Yeah. Well, we're going to talk about this a little bit later in this hour, but they're just I don't not think this is. I don't not real. Yeah. What I'm saying is I think that there was definitely something to this concern and nNcholas cage. Well, seems like he's trying to get over his four day marriage. And he's doing it by going and singing karaoke. And an L A bar would rape. Singing wasn't. Yeah. Like rage singing, a rendition of prince's classic, purple rain. Oh, don't do that was there on Sunday night. And he was just give it out getting it out. Now, his wife, remember, his former wife, Erica, four days is saying that she wants to file for divorce not an old, man. So that she can get spousal support from them. I mean, come on. You don't say married for floor days. Right. Exactly. Yeah. Also, I just can I just give a dirt alert of what's about to happen on the Colleen and Bradley show. Please Bradley trainer is taking in some sugar right now. So things are gonna get real fun fingers. Crying in the next hour. Oh, wow. That's exciting. I am talking to mighty amount of sugar. Okay. We'll stay tuned for that. Lastly in third alert update raider online is reporting that real housewives Atlanta, star knee leaks is going to be on the next season of real housewives of Atlanta. And she's getting a big pay raise seems like she will be getting two point eight five million dollars to say on before the franchise. Okay. Yeah. Exactly. Did she like have was there? Am I making this up tonight dream this was she kind of like threatening to not do it? There was like a dust up. Yes. Niimi league was allegedly. Maybe not going to be on the upcoming season of real held size of Atlanta. But if this is proved to be true, then not only she going to be back. She's going to be getting being the highest paid housewife purry thought of line of real good for congrats Niimi. Sorry. Well, that's all the dirt this hour..
"eight five million dollars" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast
"Start with Larry FitzGerald resigned with the cardinals one year fifteen point eight five million dollars for a sixteenth season. Right. And I've also seen some reports where it's just one year eleven million base salary, which is true. But he also getting a four point eight five million dollar signing bonus. I don't know where the differences there. I guess Larry FitzGerald. I don't know. Maybe it's depending on what information people one out. But he's he just wants people to know about the lever. Somebody just wants people know about the eleven million dollar salary same as the last couple of years, which is his jersey number. But evidently, he's getting close to fifteen or close to sixteen million dollars. I think this is really interesting. I read a whole story about this Bri, which is the pros and cons of a guy like Larry material. And I wrote this on Twitter yesterday at ROY. Ross Tucker NFL, by the way, this is what I thought he was probably signing for about eleven million five million more definitely helps for sure. But I think the. I think the balance sheet if you will between the pros and cons of him playing. This year is more interesting than maybe other people do and you probably don't feel this way, unless you've played, and you have the pain, and you know, the risk that you take every time you go out there. And you have the concerns about CTE, and how it will affect you and the rest of your life like I do so on the one slide side of the ledger for Larry FitzGerald is you know, he gets in his case. This is a lot of money. He gets almost sixteen million dollars to play and he loves to play really loves football, right on the other side of the ledger. You've got essentially no chance to go to the Super Bowl. He's not really I mean, I guess he could get second all time and catches. He's already there in yards. So there was a milestone there. But on the other side, you've got lifelong physical damage the ability to have significant. Injury risk in terms of a life altering injury. You've got the concerned he's actually a very physical receiver. He does take shots. He does block. And he's he's made one hundred sixty three million dollars from the cardinal so far. So I guess my point is this I think and he's got a couple of kids the further I get removed from playing. The more. A team would have to pay me to play. In other words. If someone offered me the most I ever gotten one year, and you guys can look it up. It's one point one million dollars. It was two thousand four right? I mainly made the minimums whatever, but that was the year where I made more than the minimum guy signing bonus. And I got my playing time bonus PLA, blah, blah, but. It depends on a lot of factors. But I wouldn't I wouldn't play football for that. I I wouldn't play another year for that. Because I already know how my backfield and my knee feels I know how important my daughters are to me. And I also know that there's some risk with the Steph, and they can cut and stuff, and I would not want to go back out there and take more hits to the head. And that's a lot of money, and I would love to have that much. It's a lot more money than I make now that's for sure. But at the end of the day, I you know, we have enough money to pay for food or house, and whatever I I just that risk would not be worth it to me. So I think I just think it's an interesting thing. And I feel like the value. I provide you guys a lot other than my rugged good looks which is clearly a big reason why you guys listen to an audio only podcast. But also, my personality is I can tell you the perspective of a former player at least one former player, and I I wouldn't play like, I definitely wouldn't play for the minimum, and I wouldn't play it would have to be really really life altering money. I don't know what that is. But. And that's different for different people, by the way..
"eight five million dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"And it falls under the guidelines. So I no longer have to go and say, hey, give me that print out that you got from online or show me the the. Certificate that the animal got from its training center. I just need to get a health providers documentation. Yeah. I think we need to dive into this a little bit more on the legal side. Because this is this seems like something that's kind of being massaged into the into someone's favor. And I don't know exactly if if one might satisfy the law or not because I know that the law is it's pretty broad when it comes to that. But also, it's not just the ADA, but you have other laws to deal with HUD. Like Jason you were talking about in some other federal laws to with supporting also emotional support or trained animals to I don't know. Exactly. Because a service animal, I know has to go through specific training. Right. Right. And but emotional support animals, which are kind of I don't want to save the rage nowadays. It is a little bit more of a, you know, the bigger thing. The thing that we hear the most about recently. So we'll we'll have to take a look into that. So but thank you for the call though, I appreciate it. So we're thank you. And so Jason let's kind of get back to what we were talking about before too, which is property property management, tenants rights, landlord rights, and I saw we came across something here to the city of San Diego may require property owners to fix damage sidewalks? Now a couple of things here did it damage sidewalks in millions of dollars an injury lawsuit payouts. The city sago wants to take drastic measures. So there are some proposals, including property liens waiting permit fees to encourage sidewalk repairs. The city is basically facing more liability as more people ride bikes in those electric scooters. I'm sure you've seen. And a lot of property owners. Don't know that the sidewalk adjacent to their property is their responsibility under state law. So let me run through a couple of these real quick before we have to go to our next break. But the city paid out four point eight five million people two million dollars people four point eight five million dollars to a Dell Sarel resident clipper Brown in spring of seventeen for a two thousand fourteen crash that Torres spinal cord, ligaments, and she lost some teeth his bike was launched twenty eight feet in the air. And I don't understand it. Well, he must have been going really fast. But the settlement was a pretty big settlement. And it looks like one of the biggest settlements that he can't work as a result of it. Also a couple from bay park or university heights. It looks like sued the city for a million dollars, which he tripped on an uneven sidewalk and also the wife of former mayor Roger headquarters hedge cock, Cynthia Hitchcock sued for eighty five thousand dollars for rupturing a breast implant when she. Fell in two thousand fifteen gets off a two and a half inch concrete lip in PB that was caused by a tree. So there was eleven million dollars in injury payouts in the last five years from damage sidewalks? And I wonder really should we put this on the property owners? Is this something that that the individual needs to pay for not the city? So tell me your thoughts on this as a property manager. So I think we had discussed a little bit about the one example, I see this quite a bit. Or when something on a landlord's property facts the sidewalks such as a tree grows its roots. Grow onto the sidewalk. And then it causes a break. Well, not only is it aesthetically pleasing. I'm sure I'll get the letter from the city Saint fix that. But in addition if somebody trips and falls, you would wonder if they're also gonna the landlords gonna end up an AUSSIE and the other one is with plumbing. So when there's a plumbing issue and a Palmer goes out, licensed.
"eight five million dollars" Discussed on Millennial Money
"Or credit card debt. And so that's what makes it really tough tough on those numbers. And then if you live anywhere like a, you know, L A, New York, Chicago, even maybe, you know, there's certain places like that where it's it's hard to stretch that kind of money, especially we don't have a roommate or anything like that. But anyway, let's just go with thirty five thousand dollars for this example. So your income increases two point five percent each year during your working career, again pretty pretty average. The average is usually around three percent. But there's gonna be some years where you're probably not gonna get an increase so two and a half percent. I think works and then you plan to retire around age seventy with your final salary is roughly around one hundred and three thousand dollars a year. Again, these are just sort of numbers that were picking from the sky that they're picking from the sky for this example, you could retire earlier later. I I really think that especially the younger millennials listening to the podcast you're actually going to probably retire later. But you know, I think every time I say that people really freak out. But think about it like if you retire at seventy, but you live to a hundred you spend thirty years in retirement, that's a really long time to either not be doing anything or to need cash for right? So I think that idea really is to find things that you love to do. And that you you almost don't retire from, you know, I'm the type of person where I don't actually think I want to quote, unquote, retire like the idea for me just stopping doing everything I think it sounds really good for a specific period of time. Like, maybe a couple of months, but I'm just not that type of person I need to be active. If I need to be stimulated. I've always got any idea. There's always something I'm working on. So for me. I don't really think that works. But for a lot of you that might it's fine. That's why this is this is so this is not one size fits all. Right. We're talking about investing. We're talking about how much money you need to save. There's so many different factors that come into this that it is impossible for someone to tell you exactly what to do in less. You hire a certified financial planner or somebody to work with as actually really looking at your numbers and matching those with your goals. Right. So wanna make that clear? All right. So back to our scenario. So during your five year working career can earn about two point eight five million dollars..
"eight five million dollars" Discussed on From Scratch
"And sheet says well casper, also publishes van winkles, a website focused on all things sleep wanna talk about the simplicity. I when when you set said among the five of you that you were just gonna make one mattress one mattress. That's it. Were you initially skeptical or were you all kind of? Yes. Of course, honestly, we didn't go into the whole business. We only need one mattress. It was more of. Let's see what we could build. And let's see if people liked it. And it turns out when you combine the materials away, we combined it everyone loved it didn't matter if you said you wanted firm or soft mattress or media mattress people. I loved it. And so as a result of all of this consumer testing, we said why build another one how do people find out about the mattress initially? I mean, I did not see any marketing in the early days was at alward mouth. So we raised our seed round was one point eight five million dollars. And we raise that before we launched we launched the vet on April twenty second of twenty fourteen and we were fortunate to have a few people write about us and report on what we were doing that. We had raised some money and that we had built this mattress. And we had just taken a very different approach to an industry that hasn't seen innovation in a long time much to artist belief people woke up they read these articles, and I started buying beds. And we didn't think that was going to happen. And then the second prize was that the people that bought the bed the people that got the bed started talking about it on social media. They were taking pictures of it. And one of the most surprising things are how many people were filming the boxing of the mattress. And that's something. That's really unique about our experiences that the mattress comes to life in a box. That's about the size of. Mini fridge. Where those initial articles. It were things like tech crunch. It was very kind of startup focused outlets. And I I think namely, they covered us because we had some funding from some great investors. And and no one had really heard about kind of a mattress start taking venture capital money. Is this your first time taking that your capital? It was yes, what was that experience like for you Van Leer of Lear hippo ventures. Let our seed round they're one of the top seed firms in the country. How did you meet him? We met him. We were actually introduced to him through our branding agency. This was actually after we had been told no by dozens and dozens of investors. And so, you know, we at this point. We're feeling a little dejected, and we had complete confidence that we were going to do this no matter what even if we didn't raise a penny. And then of course, you know, we meet Ben after we're told no so many times. And then just immediately got it. Why do you think you got so many knows? So I think there were a couple of things. One is that traditional angel and venture investors in this space. Always think about things in lifetime value, and how could you possibly have lifetime value? If you're just selling them a mattress, and what I would come back with that is saying that the mattress industry is huge over fourteen billion dollars a year spent by consumers in the US at retail and mattresses, so you know, that's a that's a big pie week at our our small piece of and they just didn't resonate with them. Because it's not you traditionally look at ecommerce businesses that and then at this time, again, we weren't live until we didn't have our brand fully baked we didn't have our experience fully baked. So when someone comes and tells you all I'm going to build a really cool mattress brand. That's that's going to be totally different than anything out there. You know, it's hard to wrap your mind around that. So I get it. It does take a leap of faith certainly to kinda see what we see and and series B round. You raise fifty five million and included in that in addition to the Pritzker, family and institutional venture partners are celebrity investors likely in order to cap. Pro and Tobey Maguire and Adam LeVine of maroon five the band had it how did these guys come in? You know, it's funny when you tell people just how terrible the mattress buying experiences. Whether you're.
"eight five million dollars" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"Penny penny one hundred seventy could you pick him out of a lineup. No, exactly. He's not allowed to promote himself. It's only see how can the shoe. This guys played in the National Football League that have hundred six good careers, full five pro bowls. You couldn't pick them out of lineup. You couldn't because they wouldn't when I got in the league we kept taking a health and stuff like we stop this. Because that's why my face is so recognizable when I walked places because I took my helmet on. There was no way you keep that a glass thing on me after I made that second third you were conscious of that. Yes. You can see this pretty face. And that smile guy because that's indelible to people that I remember him saying trust me. No because even guys like the other defensive dominant sue we know his face 'cause for being in trouble. You know, darnold of we don't know his face. You wouldn't you? I was at the saints practice last year. And I'm I fuck with a lot of the saints. I couldn't tell who is who because they had their off. That's what I'm telling you. And then a bunch of drill. Now the way cover the damn names. And you can't see the name number nothing with the helmets on. I'm good helmet. You. You got the numbers in this. But they take him off from telling you you we used to do that at the NFL network. We used to take the helmet off. And do they mugshots and be like identified a guys to give them love? No for the people that will actually doing the the broadcast when they wall when you walked in you wouldn't know. That all my is a good player. But I'm telling you, I have no idea who career Russia's so. Right, right. Career. Right. Kyle. We've got right. Didn't pick him. I promise you write and have little things the way you play to help you and your fan all just your fans, but you also John, and when you have someone in front of you that you generally don't know, and you're trying to interview me you scrambling through the notes is bad. This steelers. A lot of numbers. Five hundred without levian this kid Connors pounding away. Listen khanna's. I think is office alignment said it best this kid run. Like he's seen death in. Yes. Kid at what was it leukemia? Whatever there's some kind of cash or something like that fall through that. There's nothing that's going to stop this kid in a fourteen million dollars in eight five million dollars. It's the next carry the next Sunday the next ball, touch that drives him and let I'm Bill talking about money. You got the wrong guy. You'll position right now because you got to go back and see if you unseat his ass before he gets comfortable. Do you think Levy on bell? I mean, again, I don't like do you think like all know? But do you do you think he for he I saw this with jail Connor not even a little bit? If James CONNER didn't exist or James CONNER didn't show up and kick out. It'd be another one. They come down look dozen to Nichols. Every time don't they Freeman has not played for the Atlanta Falcons. And you wouldn't know it. But you don't know who number twenty five years, you know, combing. But you don't know who twenty five there's twenty four twenty five twenty six running backs. Now, Trump has got himself in Cleveland running. Now, finally got rid of the three headed monster. And put it down to two guys him and Duke, John, Duke and do all dukes one of the greatest kids on earth. He's going to beat on time. He's gonna learn offense. No, all the bliss, checks know, everything you have to have the right mix of running back now because the.
For-Sale 'Brady Bunch' House Reportedly May Be Torn Down
"Going to. Be on more water ride Needs more wave pools more water parks goes. Back to like think about what we do for A lot of a lot, of fun I feel like you set? Me, no not agenda, and then you come in. With are you going to more water, parks no because I'm well I'm I'm being a good teammate helping, you promote so people can come out? And, enjoy good way, of Good. Way, of doing it we have to promote some things but you. Definitely walkie ready to admitting, that yes we. Have stupid silly jobs that are really not real jobs All right okay Gotcha Gotcha They're silly jobs stupid. Point take work here too I. Don't call myself stupid dude how many red carpet? Events. You get to go exactly and that's what I'm trying to say at, the end of the day like we're very. Fortunate that. What we. Do, you're right you're right listen here's a TV show that didn't really have a Greg t sort. Of character on the shell was the Brady bunch right at the Brady bunch did they didn't. Have anybody was be honest I only saw what whatever. Was on Nick. At. Night. I, never watch. Okay yeah no but right so they shows? The. Brady bunch to, others no, like? You know the family right so the reason why I'm, talking to, the Brady bunch you know the iconic Brady bunch house which is in, California, located, at one one two two two. Doing. Street in studio City California we. Actually went to go visit Elvis went to go get his. Hollywood walk of fame star we landed in the plane straight Nate being from California working, there, for many years said hey you, wanna go, see. Some course. They'd. Sure. So Enough we pull, up, in, front of the house and we. We. Put the phone we put our. Phone up on the car to a picture and we were. Tourists just like anybody else went right to the Brady bunch pictures well that house is, now, up for sale Garrett I wonder, why one. Point Strangers outside every. Day it's up. For one point eight five million dollars and, the personnel listed it. Already has people lined up to buy it see I don't think they want to buy it I just think, they want to go inside it well good point you know what you said. That nobody wants to buy it you're you're right one, of the actual people. That is very very interested in purchasing it wants to knock, it down and then rebuild because evidently the property is pretty big in the backyard. There, so wants to build a larger home that. Is more two thousand nineteen Today and wants to knock down because evidently there's there's not a lot of space actually in. The house then you film in the house they filmed on the outside So it's by the house and then knock it down and then rebuild it can only imagine it fans of. The Brady bunch. Are very upset and are now. Trying to appeal to the state of California of making the house a landmark this way you can't tear, it down so it's interesting. Interesting debate is the Brady bunch. Did you. Know one of, the, stats, that I found when. I was reading about the Brady bunch house but it's not the house. It's a, picture of, the front it is it is no no but, but here's thing, now so that, house that exterior, is the second most photoed house in America. Next to you know the number one house that? Is, photo in America the full house the White House the White House the the actual White House in. Washington DC, the, second hand made. Why, wouldn't made a list no I couldn't. Believe that photographs houses when I saw that, that little that little being a little tidbit I'm like wow that's, pretty cool hey shadow to Vincent from Englewood New Jersey, starting his birthday off with us, this morning happy birthday Vincent new jersey we do a nice little birthday song at my house instead of just doing the regular happy birthday to you song is this the one from the.
"eight five million dollars" Discussed on The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast
"That to me is driving me crazy bill polian goal that rent well he's dicky's nonsense it's not says the players podcast i don't even think we're going on a limb contracts are so onesided that for you to say they're openly onesided that for anyone to say you should under the contract that's it's that is such a dumb argument that i don't even want to acknowledge know so the true thing is i do agree that julio unfortunately is going to be a lesson for a lot of people and kirk cousins showed us the result of that lesson three year deals if you wanna only trust us for three years then don't my ego does not need to have a big number for years four and five and six that i might not see right just give me my three and if you wanna lock in longterm than make those years guaranteed to sure but the problem is i think they go we're going to be the highest paid wide receiver and the total numbers going to be ninety eight but you really only see sixty and then they use your your your i don't even know what i want to say your love for football against you like aaron rodgers and julio jones well if you give a six years at a lower the cab number and these guys are like well they wanna win they wanna be good teams they wanna play because they wanna be all time greats yes and then they bowed the team and nobody ever takes into account that they did that for the team and now here they are wanting to be you know a paid accordingly and people are mad about that either way julio jones i mean he has the right and he should do this and i'm like you where does this end up do they right told no i don't know if they rip it up i'm going to go they go gronk way like new england did last year right that's feel and we're going to throw in some incentives and some bonus yes exactly right that are probably going to be pretty easy for a guy like him to accomplish to where he can get an extra eight five million dollars a year something like that to me it feels two things one i'm reminded again of the show billions which i just caught up to and it's great but everyone that show is is asking for favors and i'm always like you're asking for so many favors like you're gonna lose track i feel like that's in contract negotiations these guys like help out the team and they do a favor and they're never they're never reciprocate like only quarterbacks are rewarded for that tony romo tom brady drew brees they get paid back later i don't feel like anyone else does he does this another reason everybody doesn't like the quarterback the other thing is too is i think about relationships if you've ever been in a relationship and in the beginning super casual and it's a lot of fun and oh wow like julio is just he so loyal and he doesn't ask for anything whatever okay well we're like seven eight years in now julio's changed yeah people in relationships change and i i don't think that it's if they thought holy was never gonna speak i was never gonna ask for any he won't even notice that sammy watkins is making two million more than him it's it's crazy of course he's going it's almost to me insulting that they're like well julio you've been so quiet now reward me for being quiet he was three years ago okay but you know that when you gave me that contract years four five and six we're not going to be the same and tear them up he could have probably dealt with it until he saw that his quarterback was gonna make more than double of him and then he was like okay i'm officially insulted now now it's got a chain i think it was the perfect storm the wide receiver market had a lot of it wasn't a great free agency class so guys like sammy walking than him right jarvis his quarterback got double his money was called the face of the franchise we've argued before i think julio's fans of the franchise and.
"eight five million dollars" Discussed on FT Banking Weekly
"Let's move on to off second topic so wells fargo has had another bit of bad news to say the least laura that shares were off nearly ten percent on monday after four of their directors were frozen that effectively by the regulator yasser the british hasn't said which four that's up to the board itself decide what they basically said as they want four directors to be changed by the end of the year they've also said that they are going to stop wells 5 of increasing the size of its balance sheet from its current two trillion are so these sanctions are the slap on the wrist or of a very hard slap on the wrist because of the consumer miss sellings donald at wealth hot last year this is basically another ram but this is the first time the fed has actually restrictions at banks bounty in this way as the first time ever seen any rate later call for such widescale sacking von aboard because a lot of wells directors on the wells chief executive at the time who were in place in the lead up to this god will have already gone so this is calling for a really big overhaul now yeah it's an interesting a tough reaction oversee coincides as well with a refreshed bearish attitude on wall street contributing note that some of that share price fooled by 10 percent knee attempts and his pretty dramatic martin will context you see this in and what might the broader ramifications be well i think this is really interesting that that going off to the individuals on the board as much as the institution oversee the institution was fined 100 an eight five million dollars but it really is a sign of how regulators have decided that their immediate postcrisis reaction was in many cases to impose big fines on these institutions but two let's the bank has themselves on the board members the oversaw a loss of this misbehavior whether it be the libel rigging all the forex rigging or the misselling of mortgagebacked securities they let individuals more or less get off scotfree and they got very roundly criticized for that in political circles i think you're seeing now.
"eight five million dollars" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"I don't know i yeah i think that's my picks men at logar gun either which is like none of us take the guy weather's did you take the gun a dude i only go gone if you have another person might the doctor barrier that vat rewinding begun like you said around like bonds story getting rule of law the mile the video like it's like gear to your like berry i wanna you know freak you out but you got about one moore's bad story i'm gonna shoot you that do come up with some crazy shit you cats are threatening barry bonds oh you very millionodd the oneshot deal yes you all you're saying once once the cats out of bags eerily wake he he can't know about the gun because you get sleep that night yeah that's that is truly can you hide it until it's like time to do it yeah you have to half knocked gillam like two years i i'm blowing so arsenic you'll berbon they shouted i it like they're going back the god stats ten more points to be able to kill him at some point eight five million dollars to bring bonds back here the gear eight you're like ten i holed out to the end site now i miss berryman bring as gay you need a human in there with you and bonzes 11 points lesson the 18yearold and way more interesting to me when i can make myself come dolaram only thing though is that doesn't say barry bonds will sex with the or not they senior older does i don't like i'd like to outside with barry bonds of the zionist necessity but i think it has to say it like the 18yearold very clear she will have sex with right firebombed insights we could see i guess it enough that's what the going for early is a grown man after you know take him to dinner was out a gourmet adamou ballots unlike bear actually foods in from italy men have seat let's let's chat we'll champagne gets flow you don't have no that's alcohol you can't just have all faulkner you didn't take drugs or alcohol thoughts wide while i need a pen and paper today.
"eight five million dollars" Discussed on The Bullpen with DA
"Team where down in houston you know and i i i don't even know what to do so i'm walking around with flipflops shorts t shirt and i get new york giants old like a old giants had on like baseball giants had on with black in the awards and somebody cool may have i live in the dream we'll have been the dream and the next day i had probably thirty five different conversations about how to dress in the road and i need to go get a suit and a tie and the proper way for a rookie to behave and i was doing that had no dole me noah told me so i think they did that just that they do i was cut chilled i wanted to like that's how i address and now like i was just getting worn out you know i i totally get it out i'd wear rookie out to i wouldn't whereabout but i just borma side but uh yeah so ever says that moment suit and tie on flights suit your i want to dress like that i want to look like that i want to feel like that so i might be overdressed these interviews goddamn i'm gonna look good and you do look good minus the hair part what's the the fits me dare what he's ever get into some baseball talk here uh what time under new all leading us so arbitration has been filed for everybody some teams have made some very good offers usually arbitration is like the little like the the the the sizzling on the hot stove but there is zero hot stove so all we have to talk about us our while old on there's not zero hot stove one very big move was made this week and we'll get to that later but since we're on the topic of arbitration couple of guys signs and deals prior to going arbitration chris bryant new high for a first time arbitrationeligible player he got ten point eight five million dollars great deal for him do great deal welldeserved well earn obviously you rookie of the year mvp i mean come on man you know twotime allstar mvp like is bad year he was the seventh the nimby.
"eight five million dollars" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"You think hope west in the winning film under will pick up that story on monday i assume it will still be there and monitoring i wanted to mention a couple of other things first chris bryant has just one his arbitration case against the cubs most ever for a first time arbitration elgible player ten point eight five million dollars so that bodes well for guys like cory seger and cody bellenger down the road those saw arbitration hearings are going to go their way also the dodgers avoided arbitration with both uh pedro bias you get a million and a half drag slowest arbitrage firing ever and now they didn't even dave voided it took forever i'll yet took forever uh an and also jahnig rao right and then on halfords grondahl seven and a half one year correct yes yet one year just a arbitration settlement uh the yankees reportedly made a gigantic offer two you'd darvish seven years a hundred in sixty million dollars according to michael k from my espn in new york it was on the table for 48 hours darvish did not respond to it at least according to michael k and the yankees have pulled the offer seven years 160 for you darvish is crazy that's all why it takes them to like two aged thirty eight had is a lot of money to lose the world series and lasting course playoff weekend quick thoughts i i am so all in on the eagles this weekend i believe the tomorrow the eagles will defy the world's expectations people of over adjusted on this nick full saying they stole of the best defensive line in the national football league they can still run the football i think the eagles beat the falcons tomorrow i fully believe that nick falls rule meet america's expectations.
"eight five million dollars" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Um i mean they're getting paid seven figures i'm guessing some of them and it's a job that i would okay but i'm but i'm telling you is what nick folk was feeling last night i would not want that that's it's not something i would choose to have in my life to have to go and i mean he's getting it fired he's going to get fired like he probably won't see those guys again he will not walk into that workplace he will be fired for letting down the team in that situation robbie gold guaranteed eight point eight five million dollars i mean if it up so i'm a me up for feeling like a nerd in the workplace symi of four players that mikey me if i miss a big cakes i may offer sit alone on the sideline if i missed three kicks at a game and no one comes over and could seoul's me sign me up for that sciascia for eight point eight five million dollars guaranteed to kick a couple of balls all right on that oh kind of the feeling i know what you're saying and our lousy that must have felt for nicole class died but i can tell you nicole carr's at plenty of games where he is felt great because he was the jets koroma jets fan he kicked plenty of game winners for the jets and big deal goes to the jets so why five minutes ago did you feel bad for me makes plenty of money in last night in that moment i felt badlyformulated aimed at mind but i'm saying he makes plenty of money what differences in and that's oftens it a little bit like a does it's off into the ball a little bit lighter home for for net guy who think in that moment as he sitting on the bench alone having cost automated yet i think you have to guess when you're sitting there and your that lonely you have to somehow come up with some sort of positive in your mind right and i make a lot of money i make millions of dollars okay i don't know that he makes millions of dollars i don't know how much money.
"eight five million dollars" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Um i mean they're getting page seven figures i'm guessing some of them and it's a job that i would okay but i'm but i'm telling you is what nick falk was feeling last night i would not want that that's not something i would choose to have in my life to have to go and i mean he's gonna get fired he's going to get fired like he probably won't see those guys again he will not walk into that workplace he will be fired for letting down the team in that situation robbie gold guaranteed eight point eight five million dollar sign me if it up signing up sabathia for feeling like a nerd in the workplace sign me off four players that mikey me if i miss a big cakes i may offer sit alone on the sideline if i missed three kicks at a game and no one comes over and consoles me sign me up for that sciascia for eight point eight five million dollars guaranteed to kick a couple of balls on that okay another feeling i know what you're saying a lousy that must have felt for nicole quest died but i can tell you nicole carr's at plenty of games where he has felt great guys use the jets koroma jet fan he kicked twenty game winner for the jets and big deal goes to the jets so why five minutes ago did you feel bad for remakes plenty of money i last night in that moment i felt badlyformulated aiming at my but i'm saying he makes plenty money what differences in and that's oftens it a little bit like a does it's often to blow a little bit lower home for for net guy who think in that moment as he sitting on the bench alone having cost automated yet i think you have to guess when you're sitting there and your that lonely you have to somehow come up with some sort of positive in your mind right and i make a lot of money i make millions of dollars okay i don't know that he makes millions of dollars i don't know how much money.
"eight five million dollars" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"Binge on all this audible that you can all that you can take all that you can handle a year of audible right now for just ninety nine bucks that's a fifty dollars savings their annual membership normally retails at one hundred and fifty dollars the sales gonna in june twenty eight so go over to audible dot com slash binge check out that you are l e you'll enjoy listening to i mean endless audio every blitzkrieg wanted elizer anyway tillis even have celebrities readings homeless in the podcast understand the value of of stories on demand i mean that's what it is you're not subject to ought to make this show you just flippant on very cool catch up on some reading so go check audible out let us know where you think all right real news erik dekker signed a oneyear contract with the titans just before we left i believe three point eight five million dollars is rumored he may go to tennessee lives around there so what is erik dekker do now that he's a tennessee tied i think he helps the offense as a whole so when i look at what is erik dekker do it it leads me more to believe this is good news for marks mario marks mario to now has you know look has number one weapon rashard matthews is still there and all of a sudden he's the number three weapon you have a cory davis and erik dekker you still have delaney walker you've got passcatching running back so mark's marianas looking uh you know a little bit more interesting i bumped him up as far as air decker himself i know mike's not here to say he believes erik dekker wide receiver to and if that happens you can't be shocked because you have the combination of air dekker's always been so efficient with touchdowns i mean he is like he's that red zone machine and then you have the unsustainable hercules of efficiency in the red zone with markets mario to maybe if you put these two guys together may be erik dekker catches forty touchdown.