19 Burst results for "Eight Mill"

Antetokounmpo, Middleton help Bucks defeat Lakers 109-102

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Antetokounmpo, Middleton help Bucks defeat Lakers 109-102

"Young the son of a couple delivered its highest scoring game of the season he poured in forty seven and leading the bucs past the Lakers one oh nine one oh two the books have been playing short handed for most of the season but the other three best players out of a couple Khris Middleton Andrew holiday on the court for just the third time this season the Bucks improved to seven eight mills had returned after missing eight games with covert he tied ray Allen's career franchise three point mark with a fourth quarter three pointer finished with sixteen points tailing Horton Tucker had twenty five for the Lakers Chuck Friedman Milwaukee

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"eight mill" Discussed on Zane and Health: Unfiltered

Zane and Health: Unfiltered

05:31 min | 11 months ago

"eight mill" Discussed on Zane and Health: Unfiltered

"He's recovering from an accident. Upc jesus so. He has a gym in his house. He's working out. I know but hey he's recovering some protein fleas. He's got some mass for is he's he. He looks good. He looks good. I uncertain drama. Okay okay we need a little drawing. Wants to fight me. He ought to do it like five miles every morning in like thirty minutes. He doesn't stop doesn't fought me. I mean i would let them win. Because i just want to be delicate. Oh didn't want to go out them or would be like you can't hit the side of my that he would be making the exact show. I love jack. No i if it was reverse. He would be making the same day. We're giving you shit. We love to fuck with you. Brian did you see that. House in allentown my own two eyes. Let's can transition that one there. So there's this girl on tiktok man. I should probably shout out. Her account spotlights houses on zillow or ones that are listed then are just obscure in weird. That just makes zillow gone wild. Who the hell in. Why did they built. This is it so maybe it is an instagram account. Just just wild structured houses in a really cool cooler really strange. This one's pretty let the audience. Okay so okay the girl. Yeah zillow tassara. Fay's talk on and it was. It's this house that's one point. Eight mill in allentown pennsylvania. Where every day is allentown whereas allentown far outside of little okay. Yeah i saw this tiktok. Hold the hell. What the hell is this house. You're ninety that it has something weird inside three indoor pool. Look how close. It is the living room dining room. Everything was smell like. Oh yeah. I was just about to say that. They've been trying to sell this place for a long time. Just get rid of the poor camera your typical over gulshan to living space. There is an entire indoor pool. That's indoor pools. We've seen it this one just looks like it's leading room and there's no barricades. It's the same floor. It's next to the kitchen. Those polls are not supposed to be chlorine. It's supposed to be just like water. Salt water when you can't smell it. But i do love the smell of an indoor pool me to own a hotel indoor pool smell. It's kind of like getting more waterpark. low. But i don't want to wake up to that wake up and smell. The coffee is waco clear. Childhood like classic holiday inn built that who was like founded the built. I most likely went to school with them. Let's go and get some tea on that parents. Now your mom probably a fucking school with her indoor pool in the living room. Obviously you'll show the yeah. We're gonna shut this. Looks like this is absurd. Who on earth bill just like. I get convenience for things building houses to their own likings bikes for fun. There are like oh people are going to love this crazy. You can't know if it was a party house than wise everything the tackiest mid-nineties chance ever looked like a hotel or doing something. That's the thing but that sound echoes. Throughout the entire. You're having a pool party. Just ricochet every nook and cranny of surprised they haven't shot like a movie or anything in there like there's you don't see that suits episode of the office michael de.

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"eight mill" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"eight mill" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"From studios. Seizing your random wing. K now dimly lit room in the bowels of the armstrong and getty communications compound kickoff this week were under the tutelage general manager to general managers. Davey official official general manager vaccine. Diplomacy are honorary honorary general manager. Brief story august day. Nine thousand nine hundred eighty free. I laid eyes upon a young woman. And i sit. Dang nets acute girl. And i resolved to meet that girl and i did and we We got together. We got married three years later and today is our thirty fifth wedding anniversary. Happy anniversary judy. So that means it's flag day. It is flagged that crying. I always remember your anniversary on flag. Day her father reminded us that. Virtually every time i saw him. He was a patriotic man. Did you pick plag- damn purpose. We did not we actually. It was partly that was my grandparents anniversary. We got married on their fifty first anniversary. How cool which was kind of charming and that they were at the wedding and everything. Yeah june wedding a lesser. Yeah it it sprinkled a bit but just a bit ironic ray on my wedding day. Not not ironic. That is something Just climate so one's a when is. When is the president meeting with putin. That would be wednesday. I wednesday or thursday. Think wednesday wednesday. Yeah as is going to be quite the event. I think i was reading. The washington post A number of different angles including how much the president of ukraine is Is interested in what comes out of that meeting. Oh god he is gonna say anything about like if they take more of our country. You'll won't let them. Are you gonna say something. Could you please say something about that. The president of ukraine remember. Here's what's his name valenki low. What lewinsky whatever we all know we we. We all know his name. I clearly don't That's the guy that guy trump was on the phone with right and Led to the first impeachment but He said he wanted to meet with biden before biden met with putin he said i'll meet anywhere on the planet. Just name the spot. I'll be there. Yeah just want to have a meeting with you and the white house wouldn't give him a meeting but did have a phone call and apparently in the phone call. The reports are that joe biden said the united states will back you against any further russian aggression. If will he say that. Out loud to putin. I don't know wealthy urged him to investigate which was surprising iraq. I one more thing. Though is it lukashenko or is that a different guy there too many guys that anyway. That's evil dictator belarus's right. Yeah lift them too. Many too many guys anyway. Too many guys with hard to pronounce names. But tell you why. He's on his knees. Begging is because the only power and influence he had over. The only leverage over russia was that they had to send their natural gas through ukraine. Well the completion of that under snored pipeline. Or whatever the heck it's called there too many pipelines to pipeline the completion of that pipeline has utterly yanked all of ukraine's influence over russia. So now they are just waiting for the russian bears tanks to roll into their territory. Yay the position to be in there. There's a there's a number of places that are going to be hanging on every word that biden says during this This whole thing. So we'll old. Abe lincoln said Biden's can attest putin's resolve. I think he's gonna find it just fine. I think you'll find his resolve is pretty resolving putin said on tv. I think yesterday As far as being pushed to hand over the cybercriminals because all the belief is that he could tell them to stop if he wanted to that they're only operating with his allowing it that's the belief Which makes sense to me. I doubt that a major ring of cybercriminals could do what they wanna do in russia unless he wants to let them do it. Yeah yeah any he said all handover our cybercriminals if you hand over yours was his response yesterday. Essentially although one wrinkle is that he was hinting you will hand over. People we say are criminal maybe maybe journalists rally bring that up. That's the sort of thing that you know biden's going to run into with him We'll we'll only get the reports coming out of it right. It's behind closed doors. Then biden's going to do a solo press conference not standing next to putin like Trump did which i think is a good idea you. There's no reason to have give putin stage there next to you. Making him seem like appear in allowed him to jerk the world around right. well trump like his predecessors. Several of them thought you know come on. We can reset with russia. We could find common ground. We can soften putin but like all the others. He was wrong. I would sure love to see. I mean is is is biden and walk out with a scowl on his face. Like obama. did the last time they met. I think you almost have to right. You can't go out with smile and handshake good to see kenya now. No because unless you're really naive you're going to realize putin's going to do exactly what he wants to do and stab you in the back as quickly as possible so yeah. Walkout looking angry and full of resolve doesn't have an old man moment. he's an old man that's all day long can't fault again i mean i anyway and anyway anyway. So that'll be fun to follow all week long in a bunch of other stuff. Wanna ride with jeff bezos and the rocket starting prices twenty eight million dollars. So if that's a you know kind of currency throw around if you've got a bunch of theorems or bitcoins coins i was gonna get a new putter. But maybe i'll maybe i'll fly in the spaceship instead. Twenty eight million say. Let me check the couch cushions about. I fly with you if you can put the prime the amazon prime throw that in for twenty eight mill. It's teamwork that makes the dream work. That's why we entered survey the squad before kickoff the first show of our technical director michelangelo pressing buttons flip and douglas pulling levers playing funny sound drops higher. This morning michael. I'm good. i'm thinking about putin and biden and when they to meet each other it'd be cool if by Putin showed up on a horse with wearing no shirt and biden's there with a chain rusty blades. Ready to go full on. Come oldman putin's not of the young man. He the reasons sixties. Right i had porn karn popped back down. I you to packed out chain my apology. Chain i apologize. I'll wrap this chain around your neck. There's positive shot. Who smile lights are you sean doing. Quite well Went to a wedding this past weekend. Not enough time to Regale you with the full story of the very strange detour. That started at the morning up. As i was beginning to leave town for it as i inadvertently. I was checking the vitals of my car. I do that pretty frequently. Before i do. Any sort of more than one hundred mile hour drive. Just quick check on the mixture. The tire pressures right. Make sure the oils there. You know top off the radiator a little bit. Well when i was screwing the top of the radiator back on wwe oopsy. Daisy slipped out of my hand drops like underneath the engine block of my car. Can't reach it the way that i get out of this scenario I would not have guessed. But i can tell the full story later but it didn't fall to the ground it was under is in. Your car was in my car because my car has a little under scrape carriage protector thing on it so it wa- it dropped down pass underneath the block. Couldn't grab it underneath it but yeah the stories too long to go into full detail but it was. It was interesting the life. Hack of how sean got that the show or something for you to hang on the edge of her seat with I'm jack armstrong. He's joe getty on this. How did they get to be already the monday. My phone slow. Monday june fourteenth right which is flag day. The you're twenty twenty one. We're armstrong and getting. We approve this program. Let's begin then. Officially according see rules and regulations here we go at mark. I think people on the.

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Corsair's K65 RGB Mini Gaming Keyboard Is for People Who Think Less Is More

Digital Coffee

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Corsair's K65 RGB Mini Gaming Keyboard Is for People Who Think Less Is More

"It looks like corsair is brought out a very small keyboard. Colic duckie keyboards. That are out there that you can actually build yourself. This is along the lines of that. It's the case sixty five. It's basically a sixty percent keyboard so it's very very small way smaller than what i have. But i also have a wireless keyboard instead but it looks very interesting. It has done to make pre ki- rgb backlash for advanced tw- twenty layer onboard lighting effects with clue control because of corsairs. The one that bras. Rgb everything because that's what they did and that's what people liked. I guess in some way. It's just a really interesting thing about that. But it's very interesting because it's still uses the mex- keys which is also has the red silent our speed silver variants to have that as well also onboard profile storage of fifty profiles also full and key rollover basic means that. There's no anti ghosting so you don't. It will actually understand when you double click something. Click multiple buttons will also recognize up so anti ghosting. Only a few of the keys. Now enki rollover is the full keyboard. So there is a difference between that and also has the corsair annex hyper processing technology. With eight thousand hertz. Polling and detachable one point eight mill millimeter braided. Usb desi cable also weighs about one is Excuse me weighs about zero point. Eight five kilograms of very lightweight. If you're looking for something very small. But it's not a duckie keyboards more mainstream keyboards. This is something you should actually look for. It looks nice. It looks very very small. Looks like almost like a travel worthy keyboard. If you're looking for a very small keyboard this is it for you or if you just have a very small space for you as

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"eight mill" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"eight mill" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"eight mill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"eight mill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You've got to get out of bed you've got to get off that you go to do it and then you know it was and this book of photography is is is is a beautiful thing Ringo we just talked a little bit about what music does for you you know what what what is photography do for you well I love taking pictures you know I started in the sixties and you know it got some good cameras because we can afford him in a family I lived in we never at a camera is very few pictures of me as a young guy and I I got a camera and I'm in the Beatles I got a eight mill movie camera and then it went to super race who and I just find a lawyer to join in taken photographs N. M. and tell me a little bit about this book you you man well this is a like Paul to it's cold another day in the life we had we had one book I was already and at least seventy five if not more of a sense of the voters in this book and taken on my iPhone because no but I can carry a camera pull the iPhone out and starts Yujin and it you know it's it's a total mixed bag it's just what happens in is like another day in the life as it said where on this day I wish you soon these things you know if you'd like things that look like animals always shooting spoons on my table on toll I was here in the hall of feed and food on the table on the toll I found I woke up in Malibu I looked out the window on the beach off the balcony on and on the beach was a big boot and come in on a wave and I'd run does all man how great is that and I just took a photo of it you know and now of course everyone calls it the beat of the and you know I did just what what's going on in the day is what I shoot I'm just ten in the pages they want him to engine is like what I like to call my feet Josh I pay would be reduced because I have that every night on to what I do for you does a law for the believe you me does a loft and I've never I've never done the Bee Gees thing before well you should try it it's all healthy I mean I have a full fruit veggie drink you know as my meal before I go on stage every night and anyway I started just like the die in the beat route I just started like foreign aid on the other side plates in it got the images will rarely win so I took some photos of them yeah it's it's it's quite a striking book I'm I'm I'm enjoying reading well that's good that's good I mean so it's interesting because it's like as it says another day in my life but it's actually a year before I let you go I just want to ask one more thing I have a bit of an interesting relationship with you I think because of my age before I knew who the Beatles were before I knew at E. octopus's garden from you know you are my sunshine I knew you on shining time station I knew you with Thomas the tank area Thomas is a tank engine.

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"eight mill" Discussed on The Fantasy Plonker Podcast

The Fantasy Plonker Podcast

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"eight mill" Discussed on The Fantasy Plonker Podcast

"I was annoyed but at the same time I'd Cresswell who imply Oh it was quite funny I should because always fucking live it wasn't either Chris Oh was coming off the bench to give me a one point oh yeah literally never seen someone get angry before lychee fro and stuff across the room lie like I n o there was the steam es crestwood coming up on the economic yet so he's now lying and we don't like liars the incumbent as those things of course a very did not happen did you I was always scared or actually it'd be scared Oy Oh my God I just stop when my company Chris was coming on the fucking begs for one point didn't think he was on the bench for a Nain you only go to off debate on you're fired ignoring me what else then you and I know it was it it looks exactly like he exactly likely shaping up money on the listeners will actually yeah kind understand why she thought it was crossbow massive resemblance there I'm going to title spend that much time you're going to spend time denise Oh you do screen someone and a fire someone else and put them together put him givers just put by photos up of him and hope it out I'll be honest Jesse out of favor if they think is questionable Amano lucky I but he was on the sideline a fucking lot Chris Right fucking hilarious befor yeah so anyway so in the end of the odds quite happy that Cresswell didn't start because I would have probably got one point frame no ideal Robert Di forward wes time La your eyes on any one night only really in him than I really am happy to keep him for now I mean he's injured but home games next forgiven at a new car so he's had to knock an Harney's got seventy five percents chance play inside he might be worth K- pin I mean when he starts taking all these free kicks again Starts let me some banging goes he's going to be left Cape May overload free-kicks scores overtime gay because he's off on Oprah Cakes Oklahoma's yeah but how many free kicks good it was you might up and one in your aides offering serve the fixtures are good for waste time but after they die term for bags and the black gang week coming up in December so if you go a couple of players if you go out the fender hope them for now if you wouldn't be bringing in anyone and if you go ally I mean it's a shame because is a really good player he's just not getting the service much like him but now he's been in applies that law he gets home once every so often but he's not enough to WanNa keep him in your team when you cannot be for his Walker Ogetti who's that I always come home for crossbow do you even listen to anything yeah five point eight mill he's got one point in this season oh you mean well we'll ever and he plays night I mean cigarettes Indica Scowl Machala since a bit more on foam as well I would I do not recommend getting remain on one don't recommend anyone they was the only person ever similar fixtures they're very good short term well Bryan Spurs Saints Norwich and it's hundred really tricky reds thing you got me that clean and thank you for finally given me something it will be time to go either promising so I know I've Evan defense the worst thing too be invested in we like going to the next guy because I'll call white still nearby all what now yeah gone well no i WanNa talk about someone who's a bit further down line let's go in order of the actual la APP so we'll go into esten veteran Brian I mean for me of not going into sil- nays too wherever you have a main to interesting teams this is the thing out always guy ooh estimate Nah don't really WanNa need him attain there are like coie few pilots in Aston Villa looking quite shop sh shop yeah ooh that quite shop and tasty Komotini Lock Hodan lack ways lay McGee.

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"eight mill" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"eight mill" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"eight mill" Discussed on The Fantasy Plonker Podcast

The Fantasy Plonker Podcast

11:29 min | 2 years ago

"eight mill" Discussed on The Fantasy Plonker Podcast

"Have more on I well I mean Arctic get rid of him Nabet each fire to hold as well silence Amino overnight but when you're looking at people like Van van dot we're not GONNA pay per la son to Boina why would you Cape Salam on I over the corner is getting something every single guy my son is going to get something probably most games John McCain is a very very difficult to know hurry to peak when you've got players name you want to go with him see anymore points how they get any more points so deployment is getting more points than excel on I thought Saturday a Picnic Sean is yeah but he's a lot more expensive and some Gordon assists this week silo nothing and you could say the same philosophy awake when when was the song couple goes last week and celebrate what I wanNA ceased so he's outscoring him and he's not frame you'll cheaper well if you want to tell if you want to tell the listeners to get rid of all we Liverpool finds in your in your head no I'm not saying to do that but I'm just saying why I mean these predicament tough decision as well because audit of really pious as because I know you're just copy off done at night Ashley not copy I'm not Lichi I'm looking at what pace of got war by Myung best fixtures probably oh steer he's eleven meal so how am I ever going to get him let's let's talk about applies we get some yeah because we we stuck for too long now Chelsea broaden your Miana and Maury Yeah Okay and to Maury yeah but what's your tummy owner now let me ask you about Tammy wish folks a thing he just didn't have a good time is not the chances were there for him but he just for big chances missed yeah five short sold in the box zero goals but everyone is by the way she can say this I'm about studying at a good chance satellite a good chance and I missed John mainly they CIANCI's that happened in people on always poway off doesn't mean he's GonNa happen every single way yeah but you're not worried that time is a bit of a donkey lot tammy is not an elite finisher doc salaries woke sterling Manley finish ourselves microfiche rubber but these are the top top players in the League Tommy's a young getting a lot of charts he's and sometimes he does things we look pretty bad remember like the price difference I eat seven point four now so when you're looking for a good striker who's got really good features why would you keep him you would keep him some people were doubled up with mount and Tammy Cook it could go Akita fingers with mount create full charts two of them were big the Komo shorts on I got an assist for the Gino Pin Zero Shaw that's a bit worrying I actually think that mount is a option than Tammy I agree I feel right mount I'm skate every time I know Chelsea's plan actually get physically scared because I don't know because I'm always out of him and I haven't just came in and he's only six mil six point three or something seeks now he was used to very watch in the last call she would like Mount six point one he ain't been six point money and fucking Aj's point six now that's massive different he's just going up up and he he is becoming quantum football if you've got the money there I may six point six point six very hey you want saliva and you won't sterling won't saw Norway auto boy not you've Ulichi struggling for money no no there is there is no hello where six point six field is too much no sign talk impossible but I'm saying if you want not really high high priced players is harder to get someone around that price range team because you're going to have to go free paper impasse and then you've only tape is that you get like four point five and five because you haven't got that that leeway or acquire of Obama Young siler sturdy and deploy maybe you won't be out of full mount but most people can afford them and showed fixtures we know that goods we know they could they have now kept clean shape for the first still I'm so I mean to Maury for six bringing bringing no I mean I have got more in August Brady Lot happy because of say he got the cliche and that's reasonable but if I now go and get mountain offering free chaussee attacks as and I don't know whether that's a good thing or not I mean we know that they've got good features but is really good enough to have free of offerings offering free as foreign personally I mean I do I am probably might that move because I do think freeze fun I mean off the freemen you at the moment the Fox Abou- yeah and they were benched wake but it will ease a bit like we've my team I'm very much of FRAC- I'll go free to pull off too I've only actually got five teen out my whole team and they so much of a variety a and I've just come for comfort but a fool that Anita not branch up here in pipe bust I mean and now it's on there just swapped Manu pays out for somebody my team that extra bit to look forward to it but by Saturday I always done it was about about Brian and he folks on them fixtures ain't great I mean it off looking for goods a think so eighty now I would avoid all bra and the mini Mo pay was the only one I was so considering avoid them spurs saints Jiwa Ominous I'm quite guide lie I'm so gutter for science to be honest because by saint so everytime else going on my bet free six five or whatever and they're like saints attacking saints second and I was like yes come on and he was just it was just unfortunate very annoying spurs one way down the the main from surgery I just WanNa say search or rare people talking about any main and it's just so funny because I told people lost weight not to go for him and Ceja yeah you don't remember when Greg because you didn't have a clue who he was as well I didn't know what did know who he if I didn't know who he was why did I always the PLO come on for Tottenham Anita go but it was disallowed new year knowing really well at least that's just me me as al-Qaeda and you you you don't know you follow maasais season before he's La the question was who TAME and oil did not choose I did not cite put him in the team and I was reading pay because he got sent off on knew that was gonNA happen well ought there's little risk way minis a bit of a donkey as well but I mean spurs defence I mean spurred in general a Sony really kind in sun it won't lie but the fence I mean it's not the worse the fingers com there's no good asset there there's not train or Robo in the Spurs Defence Orient was that guy I mean if you could pay is comes back in now he's a four point eight mill I mean I don't even is he fit fingers fit he didn't come on for over I did I think it was one of the centrebacks now why wouldn't be to fund on Spurs defence plies in midfield like Eriksson who did get returns Eagle one sister that's offensive game so a little bit he's not informed enough though is a lot like son who's around the similar price he's not enough on phone if you want to pay that price game in now I mean it was Lamelo it was affordable who displaced and that was a pla- something we're looking at is only saw mankind is unkind and for science unfortunately the fixture still not great there's no one from them ovo annoy spirit performance we also had a nice berry performance from west I'm I'm boomer with a two will draw what's your focus on these two teams I may because Mr appealing I said from both I believe yeah I mean we will see with Boma you've got to move you got your king not you said before you were so you had them at the beginning of nineteen nothing now they're just not on foam every time but I feel like as soon as you bring one of them mean though blenkiron food is really hard to choose between the two because a main if pokey capes Ghana foam especially away in Oxford go back to a Wilson or king the things was harbor Twain Amaze Wilson a little bit dearer has returned every single game with only free players that's for turned every single guy may who okay all a gray ride yeah loosen yeah the Obama Young Yeah that only Free Plaza returns every game so far and we'll keep doing it by the same time just king for me artists wise looked really good annoy pushed out on the wings now but since he's been playing there is looked quality last couple of weeks is looked quality and he's been really lucky not to be given a couple of Auber the form of the pictures are not the worst not the best offing is okay personally I'm I'm lacking Joshi big I'll tell you like him just can't help but think cry or no I'll get him in new just stop blank and all the time and it's just wasted money but then he's cheaper than like shapes unpackaged cheaper than Abraham is cheaper than of the bear payers and for what he's getting he's probably one of the best players in these price range is Kalamazoo would you prefer from would you prefer probably Wilson such a massive difference kings fr six point fray and Moose in seven point nine Wilson at free chances and king only at one Wilson at six shots king only have one so even on the artists for king the stats are there for Wilson every single me for turns and he's seven point eight mill maybe seven point nine now I'm not sure seven point nine now yeah value to me nine for boomer Fees Rico zero points was very unlucky looking at stats I crosses six chances created and owners if he keeps his place which he probably.

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"eight mill" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:39 min | 3 years ago

"eight mill" Discussed on KTRH

"Don't find Jim. How're you doing wonderful? What can I do for you? Remodeling house that I bought, and I have a transition, putting laminate floor down on top of a hardwood floor. It's appear being house. They told me that did the tile, right? Board. And then put the tile. You've never seen. There's no can beam. My question is on the transition, because do I lay doubt about an inch drop putting eight mill laminated it on the floor. And I'm deciding do I put half inch plywood and try to bring the translators of flat transition. Or can I drop about a half inch transitions normal, you can drop if you want? But I, I will tell you it looks a whole lot better. If you go ahead and put the plywood and raise them up to, to be the same. Okay. And then the question I have is on the front door. How do I put the plywood on put a new silk later played on it? That would fit to the door. Yeah normal. Yep. So now you can either put a new silk played on a lot of times the way the, the door sill plates are made. You can run the plywood and the new flooring all the way up to the sill plate. But you don't have to necessarily go under it. Oh, okay. So you can do it either way. Yeah. Yeah. That was my question. So you think they should just put the plywood, though, and bring it up and just put a flat transition between the two. Oh, yeah, it, it looks so much better. Okay. That's what I needed to know. I appreciate it. All righty. Well, you haven't again. Thank you. Thank you. Seven one three two one two five, eight seven four eight six six nine three seven zero zero zero three and the other thing is when you put that other layer of plywood, you make your sub floor that much stronger. So you don't have to worry about it. Getting any sags dips or anything in between the floor Joyce, puts head up to lake Conroe Doug. Welcome to Texas home improvement. That week or so ago about my laminated wood floor. Okay. That was put in by. Invited all liquid lumber later. Gotcha. Yes. And I recommended you get in touch with the manufacturer. Okay. I look for the phone number on that some. Okay. But let me ask you a question. Sure on a problem problem. I it. Okay, maybe back. So that's married factor. But I bought everything from them. And they hired somebody can put it in only say this because they're supposed to call me on. Okay. Him on Friday. Liquid lumber and. They transferred me person, other person. Oh I got a number. I called her and getting the run around here or what do you think? Honestly, there are so many places nowadays that just don't take care customer service. I almost think that's what you getting than it than it is the run around. Here's what you probably need to do since because this has their name on, on the would they installed it. I mean it's all through them. It is probably time to go ahead and send certified letters now to make it stick even harder. I'd probably spend a couple of hundred bucks and having Turney. Right. Two letters. And send them putting them on notice. They'll take that a whole lot more serious than just getting a phone call. Well. And I can print my own letter. Yep. Fain lawyer, Doug. Yeah. You don't want to get caught doing that though. Oh, okay. You know, it is your impersonating attorney then. Yeah. I mean, you know, I understand today Saturday, but I did this on Friday here, but I got her number and just call again, on Monday now all get somebody and then I'll probably do what you just said, because the offic. Eight to two thousand Chris at home. Now granted we're only doing about about fate. Yeah. And. Coming up, not really. They could just make it very simple by coming out and saying, yet, we're gonna have to do this and do that. Yeah. So because I would think I would think the warranty big more than two years. I may be wrong. But yeah. Les teeth out, teen. You'll get their attention real quick. When you start sending the certified letters. Okay. Doc. Hey. Give me a call back. And let me know how that goes. Okay. Surely will. Thank you, sir. You too Bye-bye. Seven one three two one two five, eight seven four or eight six six nine three seven zero zero zero three and I'll see what I can do to help you out, here on Texas home proven. We're gonna head to my hometown, Pasadena Dana. I've only got a minute before I take a break. So let's start with the question. We'll probably have to continue after the break. My husband and I are having a or wanting to have a barn minium built we've spoken to different builders. They each have a different way that they build their bond. One does the traditional where you have the metal framing the IBM's going across, and then they put the metal sheeting on the outside,.

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"eight mill" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"eight mill" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Triple eight seventy seven back and we've been talking about this. You guys mentioned that your noble movie. I is it is it a documentary it is? Eight mill it is a live action. It's like a series so many series limited series. Maybe I think it's six or seven episodes, total, I think only three of them are out so far. Just goes through the entire noble thing from like it starts the day, the meltdown happens. And this is an event. I'm absolutely fascinated with. I mean it is always. Yeah. Legitimately on my, my bucket list of idea to get there. Now the problem with turtles. It might be the last thing on your bucket list, 'cause you go there and, you know, it's, it's actually. They're not moving back into the area for multiple reason. Nobody animals have moved back. I just saw that my nature shows. Yes. It is. Unbelievable, how the animal kingdom has just moved right back in and there's a pundit life there now. His plenty to eat the, you know, the greenery has grown again and it's not like the Simpsons with mister burns every fish has three is just fine. The later on physicists have said that the bottom line is they actually probably should not have issued a mandatory evacuation of the area even when it happened and the thought was at the time, I don't think we understood it thought it was going to kill people, and one of the things that Chernobyl the series, does really well is highlight, the real roic activities of the people who were there, working at the plant in this rounding areas, basically rushed into a burning building, like you never seen before, and just to protect the people around them. It was the government. That was the complete disastrous. You'd expect though kidding. It really I mean, this is a it's not a people tried to make this to see this is what can happen with nuclear power now. This is what could with awful government, communism. Running a giant react without a containment facility now that would never happen today, even in places like Russia, no one would no one would operate a nuclear power plant anything like Chernobyl, and the other times that we've had issues with and scares with nuclear energy. They have been nothing but a giant testament to the success of the way they've protected people Three Mile Island. The worst exposure to radiation at Three Mile Island was a full chest rays. Post that of chess chest x rays, and that's why thousands of people died. No one. No. Three Mile Island. Yes, European nuclear disaster in history of this nation, if that's actually true, but zoo. Jeffy and I joked about this. We used to do this on patents all the time with Cosima but again, zero. Zero. Yes, we did. Yeah. So we're starting to see some Fukushima animals and the ocean. Not even a thing. What is a focus? Annemie get confused between the actual nuclear meltdown, and the title, killed, lots of people, NAMI killed a lot of thousand or more. A terrible terrible tragedy. They vilify nuclear power at the same time. They warn us about climate change nuclear power. The easiest solution to climate change known to man. It's an unlimited amount of mission free electricity and you can't do that the easiest way to spot, the actual environmentalists and person. Who's a it was using it for political gain if they will tell you what. Yes, nuclear power, please bring it on. They are a real environmentalist. They actually care about LA warming. There's a whole group of people who are on the far left, who really care about global warming that are advocating for nuclear power, and at least you could take them seriously. Like here is okay. We have this amazing technology that has killed in its entire existence. Fifty nine people all of them at Chernobyl base. I mean, people have fallen at plants and stuff, but I'm talking about actual meltdowns, and we China's syndrome when that movie. Yeah. That was specifically saw that documentary. Hallway here isn't that the one that, that was the was filthier. There's another nuclear disaster movie that was filmed here in Dallas. Silkwood. Streep Streep, who you love. Getting. That.

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"eight mill" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:30 min | 3 years ago

"eight mill" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Jeffey for Glenn triple eight seven seven and we've been talking about this. You guys mentioned that your noble movie. I is it is it documentary, it is. Eight mill it is a live action. It's like a series so mini series on HBO limited series. Maybe I think it's six or seven episodes, total, I think only three of them are out so far. And just go through the entire noble thing from like it starts the day, the meltdown happens. And this is an event. I'm absolutely fascinated with it is. Yeah. Legitimately on my, my bucket list of I need to get there. Now the problem with turtles it might be the last thing on your bucket list, 'cause you go there and you know it's, it's actually spill humans and like they're not moving people back into the area for multiple reason. Nobody animals moved back. I just saw that nature shows. Yes, it is. Unbelievable how the animal kingdom has just moved right back in. And there's a didn't life there now. Yeah. Plenty to eat the, you know, the greenery has grown again and it's not like the Simpsons with Mr. burns with every fish has three is just fine. The later on physicists have said that the bottom line is they actually probably should not have issued a mandatory evacuation of the area even when it happened and the thought was at the time, I don't think we understood it, we thought it was going to kill people. And, and one of the things that turn the series does really well is highlight, the real roic activities of the people who were there, working at the plant in the surrounding areas. I mean they basically rushed into a burning building, like you've never seen before and just to protect the people around them. It was the government. That was the complete disastrous. You'd expect kidding. It really. I mean, you know, this is a it's not a people tried to make this in to see this is what can happen with nuclear power. No. See this is what could happen with awful government, communism. Running a giant react without a containment facility that would never happen today, even in places like Russia. I mean they no one would no one would operate a nuclear power plant anything like Chernobyl, and the other times that we've had issues with and scares with nuclear energy. They have been nothing but a giant testament to the success of the way they've protected people Three Mile Island. The worst exposure to radiation at Three Mile Island was full chest. Xrays. Suppose set of chess chest x rays, and that's why thousands of people died. No one died. No three mile Three Mile Island. Yes, zero pig nuclear disaster in the history of this nation. That's actually true. But also zoo people. Jeffy and I have joked about this. We used to do this on patents to all the time with focus Shimba. But again, zero. Zero. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. So I think we're starting to see some focusing animals the ocean. We. Thing. What is Fukushima? People get confused between the actual nuclear meltdown, and the title, killed lots of people, lots of people this, NAMI killed a lot of was a terrible terrible instincts. They try to they try to vilify nuclear power at the same time. They warn us about climate change nuclear power would like the easiest solution to climate change known to man. It's an unlimited amount of emission free electricity and they're like, no, you can't do that. That's the easiest way to spot the actual environmentalists and a person. Who's a it was using it for political gain if they will tell you, you know what? Yes, nuclear power, please. Bring it on there a real environmentalist. They actually care about global warming. There's a whole group of people who are on the far left, who really care about global warming, but are advocating for nuclear power, and at least you can take them seriously. Like here is okay. We have this amazing technology that has killed in its entire existence. Fifty nine people all of them at Chernobyl basically, I mean, people have fallen. Plants and stuff. But I'm talking about actual meltdowns and we China syndrome when that movie that was specifically saw that documentary sought in the hallway here. Isn't that the one that that was the what was filthier? There's another nuclear disaster movie that was filmed here in Dallas. Oakwood street Streep you love. That is terrible at all. But the thing is excellent. If you interesting, it's worth, watching, if you just like good television, it's worth watching. But let me give you a third reason if you happen to be considering voting for, let's say a Bernie Sanders, if you know someone who happens to be the type of person who might pull a lever for Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren or anyone else who thinks democratic socialism's the way to go. It's a must watch for those because you see exactly the way these governments operate should do it was it's, it's amazing. See is like, oh my God. Because again, when you prioritize the collective over individuals you get this mindset and let me give you a great example of this is from episode. One of noble, and it is the to set the scene here. The meltdown has happened. They realize something serious going on. But there's a disagreement as to what they should do. And how bad it is a lot of the people there. Like, look, it's not. It's nothing serious. We've already contained it everything's gonna be fine. And those just as the, the inkling of other people were, like, hey, like it seems to be a lot worse than you're saying, we should evacuate, our families get people out of here, and they're gonna cause a panic and there in the middle of this back and forth, who's going to win the people saying it's not a big deal or the people who are worried about their families. And so as is all happening. There's, there's a an old old time, socialist guy's been around a while, you know, he's sitting in the back room just watching all this happen. And as the arguing. Sort of builds up. He taps his cane on the floor and everyone just dropped silent to listen to what this old school guy is about to say and listen to this speech and play it to anyone who wants to vote for Bernie Sanders because this is how with always ends up. Sometimes..

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"eight mill" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:28 min | 3 years ago

"eight mill" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Beck, and we've been talking about this. You guys mentioned that your noble movie. I is it is it the documentary it is. Eight mill it is a live action. It's like a series so many series limited series. I think it's six or seven episodes, total, I think only three of them are out so far. Goes through the entire thing from like it starts the day, the meltdown happens. And this is an event. I'm absolutely fascinated with it is. Yeah. Legitimately on my, my bucket list of need to get there. Now the problem with turtles. It might be the last thing on your bucket list, go there and, you know, it's, it's actually. They're not moving people back into the area for multiple reason. Nobody animals move back. I just saw that my nature shows. Yes. It is. Unbelievable how the animal kingdom has just moved right back in. And there's a didn't life there now. Yeah. His plenty to eat the, you know, the greenery has grown again. And it's not like the Simpsons with mister burns with every fish has three is just fine. The later on physicists have said that the bottom line is actually probably should not have issued a mandatory evacuation of the area even when it happened and the thought was at the time, I don't think we understood it thought it was going to kill people. And, and one of the things that turn noble, the series does really well is highlight, the real roic activities of the people who were there, working at the plant in the surrounding areas. I mean they basically rushed into a burning building, like you've never seen before and just to protect the people around them. It was the government. That was the complete disastrous. You'd expect kidding. It really. I mean, this is a it's not a people tried to make this in to see this is what can happen with nuclear power now. See this is what could happen with awful government, communism. Running a giant react without a containment facility now that would never happen today, even in places like Russia, no one would no one would operate a nuclear power plant anything like Chernobyl, and the other times that we've had issues with and scares with nuclear energy. They have been nothing but a giant testament to the success of the way they've protected people Three Mile Island. The worst exposure to radiation at Three Mile Island was a full chest. Xrays. Suppose set of chess chest x rays, and that's why thousands of people died. No one. No. Three Mile Island. Yes, zero pick nuclear disaster in the history of this nation. That's actually true zoo people. Jeffy and I have joked about this. We used to do this on patents do all the time with Cosima but again, zero. Zero. Yes. Yes, we did. Yeah. So we're starting to see some Fukushima hannibal's the ocean. Fukushima. People get confused between the actual nuclear meltdown, and the title, killed lots of people, NAMI killed a lot of thousand or more. It was a terrible terrible incidents. They try to they try to vilify nuclear power at the same time. They warn us about climate change nuclear power would be the easiest solution to climate change known to man. It's an unlimited amount of emission free electricity and they're like, no, you can't do that. That's the easiest way to spot the actual environmentalists and a person who's a it was using it for political gain if they will tell you, you know what? Yes, nuclear power, please. Bring it on there a real environmentalist. They actually care about global warming. There's a whole group of people who are on the far left who really care about forming that are advocating for nuclear power. And at least you can take them seriously like here is okay. We have this amazing technology that has killed in its entire existence. Fifty nine people all of them at Chernobyl, basically, I mean, people have fallen at plants and stuff. But I'm talking about actual meltdowns. And we China syndrome when that movie that was specifically saw that documentary sought in the hallway here. Isn't that the one that that was the filthier? There's another nuclear disaster movie that was filmed here in Dallas. Street streep. That is terrible at all. But the thing is excellent. If you. Interesting. It's worth watching if you just like good television is worth watching. But let me give you a third reason if you happen to be considering voting for, let's say Bernie Sanders. If you know someone who happens to be the type of person who might pull a lever for Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren or anyone else who thinks AFC democratic socialism's, the way to go. It's a must watch for those because you see exactly the way these governments operates. Sure. Do it was, it's, it's a amazing to see as like, oh my God. Because again, when you prioritize the collective over individuals you get this mindset and let me give you a great example of this is from episode one of turnover, and it is the to set the scene here. The meltdown has happened. They realized something serious going on. But there's a disagreement as to what they should do. And how bad it is a lot of the people there. Like, look, it's not it's nothing serious. We've already. Contained it everything's gonna be fine. And there's just this, the, the inkling of other people who are, like, hey, like it seems to be a lot worse than you're saying, we should evacuate our families. Get people out of here, and they're gonna cause a panic and there in the middle of this back and forth, who's going to win the people saying it's not a big deal or the people who are worried about their families. And so as is all happening. There's, there's a an old old time, socialist guy's been around a while. He's sitting in the back room, he's just watching all this happen. And as the arguing sort of builds up, he taps, his cane on the floor and everyone just dropped silent to listen to what this old school guy is about to say and listen to this speech and play it to anyone who wants to vote for Bernie Sanders because this is how with always ends up wasn't sometimes..

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"eight mill" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"eight mill" Discussed on WTVN

"Seven back and we've been talking about this. You guys mentioned that your noble movie. I is it is it the documentary it is. Eight mill it is a live action. It's like a series so many series on HBO limited series. Maybe I think it's six or seven episodes, total, I think only three of them are out so far and just goes through the entire Chernobyl thing from like it starts the day, the meltdown happens, and this is an event. I'm absolutely fascinated with. I mean it is. Yeah. It's legitimately on my, my bucket list of need to get there. Now, the problem with Trudeau as it might be the last thing on your bucket list, 'cause you go there and you don't come back. No, it's, it's actually spill. To humans and like they're not moving people back into the area for multiple reasons. Nobody animals moved back. I just saw that might nature shows. Yes. And they said it is unbelievable, how the animal kingdom has just moved right back in. And there's a bun didn't life there now. Yeah. Plenty to eat the, you know, the greenery has grown again and it's not like the Simpsons with mister burns every fish has three is just fine. You know, the later on physicists have said that the bottom line is they actually probably should not have issued a mandatory evacuation of the area even when it happened and the thought was at the time, I don't think we understood it. Yeah, we didn't we thought it was going to kill alive. And, and one of the things that Chernobyl the series does really well is highlight the real heroic activities of the people who were there, working at the plant and in the surrounding areas. I mean they basically rushed into a burning building, like you've never seen before and just to protect the people around them. It was the government. That was the complete disastrous you'd expect. Oh kidding. It really. I mean you know, this is a it's not people tried to make this in to see this is what can happen with nuclear power now. See this is what could happen with awful government with communism. Basically, we're running a giant react without a containment facility now that would never happen today, even in places like Russia. I mean they no one would no one would operate a nuclear power plant anything like Chernobyl, and the other times that we've had issues with and scares with nuclear energy. They have been nothing but a giant testament to the success of the way they've protected people in Three Mile Island the worst exposure to radiation at Three Mile Island was a full chest. Xrays. Post that of chess chest x rays, and that's why thousands of people died. No one died. No.

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"eight mill" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"eight mill" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"eight mill" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"eight mill" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Of one hundred thousand and the two hundred and twenty and cash you have three hundred twenty thousand dollars. So the first thing I would do is. I would put I don't know twenty five percent or so call it two hundred thousand dollars in one of these lifetime income annuities that if you didn't touch for the next nine years. Would likely give you an upshot from an income standpoint probably close to double so nine years from now, and hopefully you'd retire that would more than likely give you about twenty four thousand dollars per year, guaranteed income for the rest of your life. So about two hundred thousand in a lifetime income annuity. That leaves you one hundred and twenty thousand in total safety. Remember what I want? I wanna have fifteen years worth of what your income? Need might be guaranteed for you or close to guaranteed in nine years. So I've used up three hundred and twenty thousand of your money's so far. Now, if I had the liberty. I'd wanna put about oh, call it a one hundred and fifty thousand or so into some kind of alternative strategy. That would also generate a five or six percent yield. So one hundred and fifty thousand bucks today. Nine years later if earned six percent would be worth two hundred and fifty grand. Which would spew out fifteen thousand more in income in fifteen years. So you kind of see where I'm getting at folks she got seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars if we assumed six percent growth over the next fifteen years. Let's see seven fifty today. Six percent fifteen years later. That's about a million and eight one point eight mill. Wow, that's pretty good. If she had one point eight male and she wanted a four percent distribution. That's about seventy seventy thousand bucks per year. She's going to have about forty thousand already taken care of. So now what we need is thirty thousand leftover for fifteen years. Right. So thirty thousand bucks a year for fifteen years stage. She can earn three or four percent on our money is three hundred and thirty three grand. And over fifteen years that's about one hundred eighty thousand or so so if she wants to be super conservative her buckets, look like this two hundred thousand in a life annuity one hundred and eighty thousand safe-money one hundred and fifty thousand in real estate that puts her at three five eighty so she's got about two hundred thousand leftover for her equity allocation, she's got none right now. So I know she's going to be nervous. But this money will have a basically a twenty four year time. Horizon, so Simone, you put two hundred thousand of your TSP and one or more of the spot funds. The C fund is the common stock fund. That's what I would do. I'd try to finagle one hundred and fifty thousand. In real estate one hundred eighty thousand in safe money and two hundred thousand and a life annuity, and then every new contribution that you put it in assuming you're going to continue working until seventy which I don't know. That's why I should talk with you. But if in fact, you're going to work until seventy and you're putting ten twenty thousand bucks a year way. It all goes in to the sea. It all goes in to the stock market for.

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"eight mill" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"eight mill" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Of one hundred thousand and the two hundred and twenty in cash, you have three hundred twenty thousand dollars. So the first thing I would do is. I would put I don't know twenty five percent or so call it two hundred thousand dollars in one of these lifetime income annuities that if you didn't touch for the next nine years would likely give you an upshot from an income standpoint probably close to double so nine years from now. Now when hopefully you'd retire that would more than likely give you about twenty four thousand dollars per year, guaranteed income for the rest of your life about two hundred thousand in a lifetime income annuity. That leaves you one hundred and twenty thousand in total safety. Remember what I want? I want to have fifteen years worth of what your income? Need might be guaranteed for you close to guaranteed in nine years. So I've used up three hundred and twenty thousand of your money's so far. Now, if I had the liberty. I'd wanna put about oh, call it a one hundred and fifty thousand or so into some kind of alternative strategy. That would also generate a five or six percent yield. So one hundred and fifty thousand bucks today. Nine years later if earned six percent would be worth two hundred and fifty grand. Which would spew out fifteen thousand more in income in fifteen years. So you kind of see rom getting at folks she got seven hundred fifty thousand dollars if we assumed six percent growth over the next fifteen years. Let's see seven fifty today. Six percent fifteen years later. That's about a million and eight one point eight mill. Wow. That's pretty good. If she had one point eight million. She wanted a four percent distribution. That's about seventy call at seventy thousand bucks per year. She's going to have about forty thousand already taken care of. So now what we need is thirty thousand left over for fifteen years. Right. So thirty thousand bucks a year for fifteen years say she can earn three or four percent on their money is three hundred and thirty three grand. And over fifteen years that's about one hundred eighty thousand or so so if she wants to be super conservative her buckets looked like this two hundred thousand in a life annuity one hundred and eighty thousand in safe-money one hundred and fifty thousand in real estate that puts her at three five eighty so she's got about two hundred thousand leftover for her equity allocation, she's got none right now. So I know she's going to be nervous. But this money will have a basically a twenty four year time. Horizon, so Simone, you put two hundred thousand of your TSP and one or more of the stock funds. The C fund is the common stock fund. That's what I would do. I'd try to finagle one hundred and fifty thousand. In real estate one hundred and eighty thousand in safe money and two hundred thousand and a life annuity, and then every new contribution that you put in assuming you're going to continue working until seventy which I don't know. That's why I should talk with you. But if in fact, you're going to work until seventy and you're putting ten twenty thousand bucks a year way. It all goes in to the sea fund. It all goes in to the stock market for dollar cost averaging purposes. And now, you've got your retirement fat. You are set probably for life. Don't do this at home, folks and Simone that is not a recommendation. It's just fun and games on.

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"eight mill" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"eight mill" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Yeah. But I also it's sorta hard I guess because you know, once you admit like, you know, they did it they hired Brian and Brian Magadan in Calgary to do the same role that I was doing Los Angeles. And you know, you just you gotta have a guy that has sort of the same vision and wants to get ahead of it. And and wants to proactive, you know, it's like, okay, what's the insurance policy on a seventy eight million dollar payroll here, you know, like how much support can we have for these guys? It's going to cost me this much for this guy salary on seventy eight mill and then plus your prospects. Yeah. Sounds good to me. You know, the problem is finding the problem is finding guys though, right? Like this. There's not a ton of guys that that got out of hockey and went back to school, and then obviously states over for number of years like any Bryan? Oh to to be a great guy as well. The judge. I mean, not saying that they wanna do that role. Oh, speaking jumping onto by the way, Sheldon Souray, just hopped on. So we can keep this conversation going, but just wanted to intro him. Hammer. Mighty. Or? Right there. A couple of stories took into the boys. Yeah. You know, just trying to go on. Tore it up together. It must have been a fun fun night where you guys where were you guys together? Well, we were we never really played together. But when we were growing up back in Menton in the summers and stuff. I mean, it got nasty Riley every night and ladies night, you know, Monday to Sunday. Out with shell Mike. Does. You make for mine. For the. And then and then I show up the camp, right? And I'll never forget, I I had no qualms of basically going out six ninety week week in the summer and then going into training camp. And I remember going in and my body was twenty percent my veal to was like forty two or something ridiculous. And she'll call me any goes with and he goes, but the fuck where you do all summer. I'm like, what do you mean? I said I was playing Sheni. I said I went on a couple runs. He's like Brandt. You got twenty percent body fat. He goes manorial the girl goalie has a way better view to the new. And I'm like what I said I'll pick up the running next summer is don't worry about it. I said, listen, I said all you need is like thirty seconds and night. So if I go there, I give you a good thirty seconds. I said don't worry about my veal too. Sheldon you want to chime in on that. I mean. Well, I mean, I don't I don't know what his fitness testing was like, I just know what it was like playing against them. And I mean, you could I don't even think you work. He he didn't wear shoulder pads or pass out there POC with something new. It didn't really matter to he's going. You know, Jordan, his bubble at the leather strap max, and what was the putting the bean face onto because I found a few all tough guys would like they would never get out of character. It was like you. They weren't there to joke around. They were there to like Basie like strike fear in you. Well, he didn't. Here's the truth. Is that in juniors played against my you know, we had a tough team. So he got traded over to to Spokane from left bridge. And we had a tough team is playing Tri cities. And you know, that was our our team that we were the biggest rivals with and he got traded there. And I remember before the before the game we had a couple of big tough guys. I mean, they were just big meat heads. I remember for the game. They were saying, hey, no, one run around tonight. We don't wanna wait this guy. We don't do anything stupid. I'm protecting. You guys do something stupid. And at that point. I knew we were dealing with someone who is like really, tough and scary. So I don't think my. I mean, correct me if I'm wrong is, but you weren't going out there being you know, he he didn't he was so tough. He didn't have to be. That's the difference. You know? Not that not that year. But finished the story hammer. Oh, well, I mean, I heard that. And I was seventeen years old and. You know, as really pretty high where buddy, and we're we're buddy buddy on up together..

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"eight mill" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"eight mill" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"None of it. It just feels gross. Also. As part of this Asmant, they secured forty eight million dollars in private investment. From billionaire record producer, Clive Calder and son Keith Keith's really into. They get ten percent of cloud imperium games and several seats on the board of directors in exchange for that forty-eight mill. Maybe they're the ones to come in there. And be like, hey, you should put this out. I don't wanna play which wanna play. Do I get better insurance on my ships? If I give you this forty eight million dollars this. The idea that they're still able to raise money. What must the books? Look like like, ideally, you have to assume that billionaire record producer will but over forty eight million dollars to a billionaire record producer such as Clive Calder and kief some maybe they don't give a fuck. There's like, yeah. Here's forty million dollars. Maybe pays off like it. We'll get to have fun with this video game for a while. We don't care misters some people by Gerard. You're right. Director. Yeah. So maybe this is such a non investment for them that they actually don't care about. It was about to say, you would expect someone coming in and doing this business would do diligence and look at the books and feel good about the investment and feel that their forty eight million dollars. It's not just getting sucked up and Sean space. Yeah. Here's from the polygon story in today's announcement, Robert employer that much of the additional funding to be spent on promoting squadron forty two. Who's cast includes? Mark Hamill, Gillian Anderson and other A-List Hollywood talent we are building two of the most ambitious games ever embarked on gaming Roberts said in today's statement drawing. A firm distinction between the single player and multiplayer experiences with budgets that are unmatched by all. But the very biggest projects we've been acutely aware that having a triple a game that matches the biggest single player games out there only go so far. If no one knows about it Roberts continued because of this. We started to investigate ways to raise money to fund the upcoming marketing and release needs of squadron forty two. Just wasn't for the game to Mark Arca game in which games have marketing campaigns. They get on the backs of buses they get on the wrestling television shows they advertise the shit out of their shit to try to get the word out is their answer to everything just threw money at it. They're answered everything is to raise more money. Right. Gonna have Mark Hamill come out and do a half court shot in the middle of NBA game beyond talk about ship insurance for forty five minutes. Yeah, it's yeah. It's a Brown bag lunch. Drop your business card in the bowl. So yeah. And they're at it even larger deficit than most other games because most other huge huge games are often coming as a sequel or coming thing like, you know, that you know, that a new red dead is coming out. So the marketing is really about exposing it to a mainstream audience that doesn't know that. Whereas I feel like star citizen has like all the word of mouth on it is super negative. Yeah. All of this stuff around it looks bad. Yeah. I'm sure there's some people having a great time with it, and whatever, and I don't even necessarily mean the quality of the game. 'cause I can't I can't speak to that saying all the full show can shit around is massive. And just a black hole of just it. Looks fucking does not look like something I want. I said I feel gross every time..

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