35 Burst results for "Eighty Five Hundred"

Deere workers approve 3rd contract offer, will end strike

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Deere workers approve 3rd contract offer, will end strike

"Striking workers approve a new contract with John Deere some ten thousand John Deere workers members of the United auto workers union approved a new six year contract that includes a ten percent raise and eighty five hundred dollar ratification bonuses the deal also calls for five percent raises in years three and five and three percent bonuses in years to four and six and preserves a pension option for new employees makes workers eligible for health insurance sooner and no premium health insurance coverage the vote ends a strike to begin October fourteenth dear has predicted it could see record annual profits as high as five point nine billion dollars when it releases its earnings report later this month unions in general are more inclined at this time to ask for more because of the ongoing worker shortages and long hours workers have been putting in during the pandemic I'm timid wire

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400K in U.S. got Pfizer booster shots last weekend

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 8 months ago

400K in U.S. got Pfizer booster shots last weekend

"The White House is continuing its push to get more people vaccinated against Kobe nineteen well there's been a lot of recent attention on booster shots the White House says it's still trying to reach the twenty five percent of Americans who still haven't gotten their first shot even though they're eligible but covered nineteen coordinator job design says vaccinations are on the rise we will hit an important milestone two hundred million adults with at least one shot there has been a new motivation with many municipalities and large businesses starting to require vaccines for employment CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky says right now cobit cases are down the seven day average of hospital admissions is approximately eighty five hundred a day and the seven day average daily gas is thirteen hundred per day Jackie Quinn Washington

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Cardinal, 9 Others on Trial at Vatican in Money Scandals

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Cardinal, 9 Others on Trial at Vatican in Money Scandals

"The trial is opening within the Vatican City with the hearings held in a large hole converted into a courtroom in the Vatican museums the case is based on a sprawling probe into the alleged criminal management of the holy see's portfolio of assets including donations by countless Catholics in the pews since an eighty five hundred page indictment was issued in early July prosecutors have filed some fifty thousand pages of supplementary documentation while defense lawyers say they haven't had sufficient time to study the material looming large in the probe is the Vatican's disastrous London real estate investment I'm Charles hello that's my

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"eighty five hundred" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

03:26 min | 11 months ago

"eighty five hundred" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

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"eighty five hundred" Discussed on The EcomCrew

The EcomCrew

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"eighty five hundred" Discussed on The EcomCrew

"That's awesome and we had close to two hundred. Extra people joined the vip within that time as well for anybody listening no is for customer lifetime value. That's just going to continue to increase with them being in that. Vip coverage yeah so yeah we completely password protect the website during that time nobody can get in unless they have the password so twelve hours before absolutely. Nobody is getting in the website as we get it. Setup obviously you know with trump. I plus we can use tools like launch pad to be able to do it all at the same time. If we wanted to buy for us we really love the idea of it. Being an event so then generally what we'll do is ten. Am pacific time is when we released the password so we released the password on our facebook group. Which at this point. It's still isn't massive. It's like eighty five hundred people..

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"eighty five hundred" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"eighty five hundred" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

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"eighty five hundred" Discussed on Reinvention Radio

Reinvention Radio

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"eighty five hundred" Discussed on Reinvention Radio

"Surgeries so my mouth. My nose my breathing. My throat a lot of issues for me and top that off to colorado and i live at eighty five hundred feet so as you can tell even a little out of breath right now so as i go and i speak at conferences. Everything's going virtual and usually on normal ground zero right. Not eighty five hundred trying to do is call or virtual session. So what kind of tips would you give for me personally. Arenas breathing issues. In fact my doctor wanted to take my terminates out. I remember when you talk about that. I'm like oh. I'm so glad i did not do that but i have freezing issues on my left nostril so any tips on practicing prepping for someone who's already kind of already behind the game on breathing as it is one friend. Tell me lay on the floor and c it will increase ribcage in your strength and that did help a little bit that. I don't know what you have for me. Okay first thing. I have for you is. I'm so proud of you and and all of the problems that you've already worked your way through the issues that you've had. I just want you to know that those those things are not being telegraphed to your listeners. Good so you need so you need to. You need to put those throw those away all of the that you're worried about. The people are listening to that. They could hear this so that they could hear that. And then you don't sound great you need. You need to forget that that the old you isn't the new the new. Us you you come so far. Nobody would hear any of the any of those problems that you that you just mentioned so you should just always think like you don't have those problems anymore. Okay on all those ones that you ve already overcome to understand. Why say that. I think i do kick. There's no no benefit and thinking about what you were because you you're not that anymore..

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The Guy Who Did Everything Wrong But Still Figured it Out with David Pere

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

09:24 min | 1 year ago

The Guy Who Did Everything Wrong But Still Figured it Out with David Pere

"Paret welcome to the bigger pockets. Money podcasts. I i talk to you today. Thanks for having me on the show. Mindy scott always a pleasure. Yeah we it's always a pleasure for scott and you're just for being on the show that was that was like a comma scott calm like always a pleasure for both of you. Okay okay probably a bad use of commas. I'm big fan of the comma. Anyway david paret is a career marine corps officer and heat. I learned about the term fire from our very own got trenched and brandon turner some schmuck who hosts another one of our podcast for bigger pockets and he learned about it in the most five way. Possible on a hike in hawaii. Why were you in hawaii david. I was stationed out there. Okay okay so. I was there for business business. Let's do some air quotes around that business although as ceo. I guess it's really convenient to go out to talk to brandon hop on clay instead of just hopping on zoom. Anyway david paret. Where does your journey with money. Begin first off for those listening. I have to correct you. I listed i am. I am not fancy and i actually say that with a badge of honor because i think that actually makes for anyone listening to this who's military that actually makes this way more Powerful because. I'm just an enlisted schmuck. So everyone thank you for correcting me. Please germany correct me. I really wanna try learning all of this military suffered. I'm just wrong all the time so sorry about that. Are you an enlisted officer or just Just an enlisted marine. He's an enlisted marine. Okay now tell us your money story. Are you on board with us using the term semper fi to describe your journey absolutely. That's an accurate statement or disrespectful to the phrase semper fi. No no it's motto. It means always faithful. So oh okay. Tell somebody already david. My money story starts off in all those same places that most service members do terrible right. I joined the marine corps in two thousand and eight. I had super frugal parents. Who did all the right things. Even to envelope budgeting. They taught me all the things you're supposed to do. Bought the off brand stuff to save money. And then i joined the marine corps. It was my first real salary. I went to japan. And i was like. Oh my god. I got money and i blew it on everything i went to a on even went on a deployment tax exempt pay. I came home with seventeen thousand dollars. And i bought a truck a rifles and tattoos a bunch of alcohol and probably took some people out on dates and have nothing to show for any of so. I did Terrible things you know by the time i was. I would have been two thousand thirteen to fourteen. When i i mean i probably had an a negative net worth and somebody handed me the book. Rich dad poor dad because they were trying to get me into Amway ride in helped me sell stuff on the side. And i remember telling the guy like no joke i was just like i don't read like you know like i'm a marine. We don't read books which is not entirely true but And he pulled a cd like out of his pocket and was like wow. I've got a cd. And i know you drive a lot on recruiting duty. So plug this in. And listen to it and i listened to it originally with the intent of like well. He called my bluff final. I'll listen to the stupid book. And then within three months. I had bought a duplex and things just started. Roll like i. I listened to that book i like. Oh wow this is cool. I downloaded audible. Listen to a couple other purple library books and then i was googling. Every time i didn't understand they just go to google. And then i stumbled upon bigger pockets and then the book on rental property investing in the book on no and low money down and then like right in the same timeframe someone got really drunk and parked on top of my harley and so they totalled my harley but they didn't want to he owned a car dealership so he didn't want he didn't wanted on insurance so he just paid me cash and then i took it to the viewership and they paid me for it and so i basically got the original price. I'd put into this bike at the same time. Like looking for a duplex and use an fha loan bought a duplex lived in one half rented the other half and then things just kind of scaled from there. So at this point. You're sitting there. And you're just becoming aware of wealth-building concept in general and it doesn't two thousand fourteen. You have basically no wealthier debt at all at that point. Yes so i guess. By the time. I read this book. It was actually probably october of two thousand fifteen. I had a little bit of debt. I mean maybe maybe a few thousand in credit card debt in an auto loan. But i didn't have. I probably didn't have a thousand dollars in the checking account so i only had you know i probably only had like a negative three or four thousand five thousand dollars net worth so. It wasn't like terrible but it was definitely nothing to show for it at all. But you were contributing to your tsp right a little bit. I had done the minimum like eight to ten percent. But what i had done. And this is the There's there's different funds right. When i first joined your money went into the fund which is government backed securities which is in perspective. I've been putting eight to ten percent. Mit because someone told me to. But between two thousand eight and two thousand fifteen. I left it in a fund that essentially earned two. Maybe three percent interest never lost money but it earned two percent interest while the rest of the stock market was earning twenty thirty percent returns coming out of the two thousand and eight recession and i just ate it so i could have way more money in their if i just know where to put it or what more money in. So it wasn't until two thousand fifteen that i really cranked up and started putting twenty thirty Last year sixty percent at one point in my in my thrift savings plan. Okay so this was not a meaningful part of your position at the time when this all started right now i probably had five grand. Dsp ray how much cash did you have at the time as well. If i hadn't totalled my or had my harley totaled basically none. I was pretty much living paycheck to paycheck. How does a harley jump. Start one's cash position. I i don't really. I don't have a perspective on. This is a motorcycle worth eight. Grand is it worth fifteen twenty. Twenty-five i i have no clue. No no no not that much. I probably got probably like eighty five hundred out of totaling. It wasn't super expensive harley and it was a few years old i've probably got about eighty five hundred but i was living missouri which is super affordable and then i was able to use the fha loans. I got into this house for like four grant. I think it was thirty. Eight hundred bucks. So you're stationed in missouri and you buy a duplex and can you walk us through kind of how the housing allowance and all that kind of stuff works for those who are not familiar with military benefits just so we can get a a total picture of your position at this. Starting point. pleasant fifteen yeah. I i think in springfield. My housing allowance was like eight hundred and fifty dollars a month and the housing allowances tax exempt. So it's you don't pay any taxes but actually counts as a little bit more As far as debt to income goes towards your lender. I think it's like one point two five times. Whatever your housing allowance cost when you go to buy. But at the time i was living in an apartment and there's like five fifty a month for a two bed one bath apartment and my lease was coming up on and do so. I was able to get into this place. I bought the duplex for eighty. One thousand my mortgage was six fifteen and there was attended one side for four seventy five Market rent was like five fifty. So i was like okay. Well this could. this could work nothing else. I'm going to be paying one hundred and whatever that math is one hundred forty dollars a month out of pocket for the mortgage as opposed to the five fifty. I was paying on rent. And i probably should've used the. Va loan on that but nobody knows anything about the va. Loan and the lender actually told me not to because he told me quote unquote you can only use it once which is wrong air so much confusion around the va loan. I hope that somebody someday we'll sit down with a really great lender and talk all about the. Va loan and if they have already it would be awesome to link to that in the show notes because the va loan is only applicable to who service members veterans Some federal employees but generally just service members and veterans. Okay so that's not necessarily all of our audience. But i think it's really important to note that you can use it more than once you can use it a lot more than once. You can use it as many times as you want. There's some stipulations there. Because you have to renew the eligibility and after two or three times it gets kind of kind of convoluted but you can the first time you can use it. There's no limit on it anymore. So you can go and buy. There's a guy. I don't wanna knock on wood right now. There's a guy under contract on a triplex for one point. Six million dollars in the bay area right now that we're we're helping and he's going to basically move into this thing zero down and he's high income earner out of the military veteran and in the medical field so he's got a good day but he's gonna pay zero down get like two and a quarter two and a half percent interest on this thing and his tenants are essentially going to pay the mortgage and then he's going to be on the hook for maintenance repairs.

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State Trends In Employer Premiums And Deductibles

The Hospital Finance Podcast

05:32 min | 1 year ago

State Trends In Employer Premiums And Deductibles

"Recently. The commonwealth fund examined the extent to which people with moderate incomes in employer health plans face high premium and deductible costs relative to their income to discuss the results of the study and the implications for policy holders going forward. I'm joined by sarah collins vice president of healthcare coverage and access at the commonwealth fund. Sarah welcome to the show. Thank you so much. Mike so sarah watches. Start out by telling us why you initiated this study and what you're looking for well employer health coverage is really the backbone of the us health insurance system more than half the population of the united states about one hundred sixty million people get their coverage through an employer so the purpose of this study was to look at trends over the last decade and the amount that workers and their families are paying for their employer health insurance and the size of their deductibles in all fifty states and the district of columbia and we compare these worker cost to median income in each state in order to get a sense of the economic burden of these costs on middle income families. And how did you go about conducting the research. We've been conducting the study nearly every year since twenty ten Using the latest data From what's known as the insurance components. Federal medical medical expenditure panel survey This survey is the most comprehensive national survey of use employer. health plans In twenty nineteen Which is the latest year of data. That's available This survey interviewed more than forty thousand business. Establishments With an overall response rate of fifty nine percent we computed from the survey reported statewide average premiums so we take the premiums reported by business establishments and average them across the state and we do the same deductibles and then we compared those averages to the median income in each state so this provides a rough measure of the affordability protectiveness of employer coverage and allows us to track changes over time. And what did you find after you conducted this study. We found that premium contributions and deductibles in employer plans took up a growing share of workers incomes over the past decade those costs together so premium contributions and deductibles accounted for eleven point five percent of meeting median household income and twenty nineteen. This is up from about nine point one percent a decade earlier the this cost burden in employer. Health plans has increased over the past decade because cumulative growth in median income has been slower growth in premium contributions deductibles. We also find that these contributions premium contributions deductibles as well as needing income vary considerably across the country the total cost of premiums and deductibles across single and family policies ranged from a low of about fifty. Five hundred dollars in hawaii. Too high of more than eighty five hundred dollars in nine states. Meet an income ranged from a low of about forty nine thousand and mississippi in mexico too highs around ninety thousand or more in massachusetts minnesota new hampshire new jersey what workers pay towards their premiums and deductibles comprised about ten percent or more of median income in thirty seven states in two thousand ten and twenty nineteen. This is up from about ten states Twenty ten in nine states workers combined costs were fourteen percent or more of meeting income workers in new mexico and louisiana face the highest potential cost relative to their income more than seventeen percent and we actually also find that people living in states that have lower meeting incomes like new mexico are doubly burdened on average workers in states where the median income is lower than the national median income face higher premiums and deductibles compared to people in states with higher median incomes. Also find that. Many people employer plans across. The country are insured Because their deductibles are high. Relative to their incomes tacoma fund has found that insured people who have high out of pocket costs and deductibles relative to their income are more likely to face problems accessing care or paying medical bills Than people who are not under insured. We've we've defined someone with insurance as under insert at their health plans. Deductibles deductible equals about five percent or more of income or if they're out of pocket costs reached similar thresholds in this study across the country. Many people employer plans are underinsured by this measure average deductibles relative median income or five percent or more in twenty states and ranged as high as seven percent in mexico.

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New York Governor Cuomo Should Resign or Be Impeached Over Covid Scandal

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:28 min | 1 year ago

New York Governor Cuomo Should Resign or Be Impeached Over Covid Scandal

"Finally allowed to talk about the fact that Andrew cuomo is a garbage governor. Who got a lot of people killed with bad policy. In fact there's a piece in the week today. By ryan cooper titled resign andrew cuomo. He points out that his administration concealed data about kroger's cases in nursing homes reportedly for fear of federal prosecution stories of his vitriolic abuse and threats directed at other democratic. new york. Politicians are coming out yet even all that is only the start of deadly corrupting competence. So in keeping with judging by his by his results cuomo should resign immediately and free new york state from his dismal. Misrule says ryan cooper of the week and not at the nursing home scandal has been bubbling for nearly a year. Now it starts with cuomo's inexplicable decision back in march two thousand twenty two order nursing homes to accept recovering covid nineteen patients even if they were still testing positive a recent. Ap investigation found that. At least nine thousand recovering patients were sent back to nursing homes and long term care facilities a number that is forty percent larger than his administration had previously admitted is unquestionably worsened. The pandemic as it ripped through new york's elderly population. that's not the only number cuomo fudged nursing homes new york attorney general letitia. James investigated situation found that his people may have under counted the number of deaths associated with nursing homes by fifty percent cuomo. Then instead of the eighty five hundred said they'd been reporting. The true number was over. Fifteen thousand about a third of the state's deaths and then of course in your post reported comments from cuomo's top aide. Melissa rosa seemingly admitted that they deliberately faked the numbers as part of a cover up. His officials froze fear. The truth is going to be used against us. By federal prosecutors ran cooper says cuomo bungled the pandemic basically from the jump. The new york city metro got hammered with the worst break in the country. In the following months cuomo's compulsive bullying and control. Habits gradually drove an exodus of public health professionals from the state government including the state's health department director of bureau of communicable disease control as medical director for uppity myalgia in the state epidemiologist and then his micromanagement tangled up the early stages of the state's vaccine rollout he throughout the plan. The state health department had worked up over months substituting his own he put he put in place strict requirements that only people who qualified to get shots but then added threats of punishment for organizations that didn't distribute their shots fast enough and the result was chronic delays. His bottom line is this. Cuomo has been a garbage governor in the media. Didn't just cover for him. They featured him. He was the greatest government in america. Meanwhile ron santa's greatest villain. In america down in florida with the number two populations seniors in america by percentage after main which has seven people.

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Budgeting Expenses While Living on The Road with Renewable Energy Worker Clayton

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

05:42 min | 1 year ago

Budgeting Expenses While Living on The Road with Renewable Energy Worker Clayton

"Clayton. Welcome to the bigger targets. Many podcast. i'm so excited to have you today. Thanks guys. I'm really excited to be here. Appreciate all your advice. Throughout allentown cast stones awesome. Well thanks for listening. So clayton is a twenty six year old renewable energy worker living in the midwest and looking for some suggestions on financial planning in general so that he can retire early and lead his best life clinton. Why don't you walk us through your income and debts absolutely so right now. Actually our income just got cut by about forty percent girlfriend. Travels with me for work and she. Unbeknownst us lost her physician so lost forty percent of our income. I'm sitting at a salary for diem and a trailer allowance and then some rental income from a rental property that we have totalling about seven grand a month. Can you give us some background on that. So you say salary per diem and camper each just give us enough background in your job to understand why you have predicament camper allowance. Sure yes so. With the renewable energy side. We travel all over the country so ben everywhere from north dakota colorado oregon iowa and now down in texas so pretty gives me some money in basically not sleeping my own bed. Money right and then Trailer allowance. i live in a fifth wheel while on the road so kind of a unique living situation and they give me allowance for that too. Because there's obviously expenses that come with pulling a trailer and the wear and tear on the tyres and all that kind of thing so companies generous enough to give us allowances for those kind of things and yeah ok. Great eddie other sources of income besides the salary camper allowance pretty yup so we do have a rental property. that were satirized. Well we are at home so kind of one of those ideals to were living on the road but we have a home base and house hacking that home base. So that's bringing in about fifteen hundred a month for us right now and it's gonna go up hopefully the next month or two. Once we finished some slight remodels and get another room rented so it should go up to about two thousand dollars fantastic. Yeah expense side of things fixed expenses. Obviously we got the mortgage. We do have a car loan and then luckily enough again with the company. I worked for their great and they cover a lot of expenses on the road so the living allowance. The lot rent recover my lower end from camper all that kind of stuff. So it's pretty limited to mainly just jim internet's phone bills and then food things like that. So the picture informant. My head is a really strong financial position. We talked about a seven thousand dollars in income. Let's exclude the house act. We got about fifty five hundred dollars a month in income and are you kind of abbreviating that to after tax dollars. Yes yeah that's all after tax. Okay great so you got about fifty five hundred and after tax dollars plus we got income from your house hack how much is your mortgage mortgage is about twelve hundred dollars a month principal interests. I thank is around seven fifty. Our insurance is actually a little bit higher because the house situation is kind of odd. An taxes are actually relatively low about thirteen hundred a year. So awesome so even with maintenance. You're probably sitting at no more than fifteen hundred dollars. Total housing costs. What are your utilities. You think as hard to us for now just because we do live on the road and it's relatively low because we're one twice a month so i don't know maybe hundred dollars okay. So you're housing is free for all intents and purposes through the house hack. Is that right correct. Yep awesome love it. How about transportation is that also largely free because of the allowance for the camper and that type of stuff. That's another benefit as Transportation's pretty much free. I gotta company truck and again the company. I work for their so generous to let me use that personal time to you which is awesome. We do have a vehicle for my girlfriend and we do have a debt on that as well and believer sitting at eighty five hundred or so see if a balance of eighty five hundred on that in cash payment associated with it okay. What would you kind of estimate your total expenses to be housing. We've got to close zero. What would you say outside of housing. Your monthly expenses are unrelated to work man. I'd say twenty five hundred ish maybe a month and that's going to be broken out between that car payment in a gym and entertainment this types of things normal year when it's not twenty twenty. We tended to spend a little bit more than now. It's a little bit less but yeah okay great. So what i'm seeing. Here is an ability to accumulate at least fifteen hundred to two thousand dollars a month in cash flow on an ongoing basis. Is that right yes awesome and then when you look at your financial position do you feel that. The opportunities are going to be on the income side on the expense side or on the capital allocations piece in terms of managing the money. You're accumulating i say right now are sitting pretty good as far as the income. I feel pretty solid with the income side of things granted like i said we did lose some of that coming in but i believe there is work to do on our expense side of things. 'cause i don't accurately track it. Everything i do is rough estimates. So i know what my phone is monthly. I know what the car payment is monthly but the food and all that stuff who knows i mean sometimes we go out and have fun and go out to local italian restaurant or whatever it is so perfect so i think we're gonna have a phone with this because your expense the way you've just described your situation. We don't housing expense. And i see a path forward here. Where if for example if your path that over the next year to you don't have to pay for housing and you don't have to pay for vehicle at least in the short run. I mean you get to that point and you have a thousand dollars per month is what i understand per diem. Is that right. Roughly a thirty six days. So depending on when i'm work that worked when i'm at home so about thousand

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Congress certifies Electoral College votes

5 Things

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Congress certifies Electoral College votes

"Rafael wore not as defeated incumbent. Republican senator kelly leffler in georgia according to associated press projections. He became the first black man as a georgia. Us senator and the first democrat to the senate from georgia in twenty years. So i come before you tonight is a man knows that the improbable journey. That led me to this place in this historic moment in america could only happened here. We were told that we couldn't win this election. But tonight we grew that with whole hard work and the people by our side anything is possible in the other runoff. It's too close to call as of early wednesday morning but democratic challenger jon ossoff who was trailing much of the night has now surged ahead of republican incumbent. Senator david perdue by more than eighty five hundred votes. Thanks to batches of votes from democrat heavy. Dekalb county and most uncounted votes remain in democratic strongholds in the metro atlanta area. If all solve also wins there would be a fifty fifty split of republicans and democrats in the senate that would effectively give democrats control of the senate. Democratic vice president elect comma. Harris would break the tie. Democrats would then control the white house the house and the senate in the upcoming year.

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6 more coronavirus deaths reported in Miami-Dade County

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

6 more coronavirus deaths reported in Miami-Dade County

"A one hundred year old man among the latest to succumb to the corona virus in Palm Beach county his death one of eleven in the county yesterday announced by the Florida department of health along with six more deaths in Miami Dade County Miami Dade holds a state high nine hundred fifty three deaths from corona virus over eighty five hundred new cases the virus reported yesterday state wide with twenty nine

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"eighty five hundred" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five hundred" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To eighty five hundred tests a day in may small businesses in Colorado are among the millions receiving loans in the second round of the paycheck protection program according to the small business administration there have been more than forty six thousand loans approved in Colorado during the second round of PPP loans from April twenty seventh through may first for a total of more than three billion dollars nationwide more than two point two million loans were approved for more than one hundred seventy five billion dollars the overall average loan amount is seventy nine thousand dollars since the launch of PPP in early April the SBA is processed over three point eight million loans for more than half a trillion dollars Chad Bauer K. away news radio and English newspaper the Daily Mail is reporting that the NFL will not play it's four scheduled games next season in London due to the crown of virus pandemic some have speculated that the Broncos would be playing in that proposed game the NFL is expected to release the twenty twenty schedule later on this week sixty six year old Paul Carey a paramedic from the Denver metro area died Thursday after volunteering to treat cobit nineteen patients in New York City a final ceremony and a few speakers was held last night the funeral was private and only family attended the procession of fire and EMS vehicles took Kerry from DIA to all inner Hampton funeral home and cemetery again that took place last night our next update is coming up at one thirty Daniel shell on KOAA news radio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM M. C..

More Than 24,000 Coronavirus Cases Diagnosed in Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

More Than 24,000 Coronavirus Cases Diagnosed in Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia

"There are more than twenty four thousand confirmed cases of the corona virus in DC Maryland and Virginia and more than nine hundred deaths Maryland has nearly thirteen thousand of those cases with almost five hundred deaths plus sixty two probable deaths which are thought to be covert related but not yet confirmed with a lab test Virginia has more than eighty five hundred cases with two hundred seventy seven deaths DC has more than twenty seven hundred cases with ninety six deaths more than fifteen hundred people have recovered from the virus in Maryland and DC combined Virginia doesn't release recovery numbers

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"eighty five hundred" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five hundred" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Special report coronavirus update with members of the task force by his side president trump says Americans could see their toughest week yet with a lot of deaths that the very tail end of the task force briefing coordinator Dr Deborah Burke's emphasizing the best way to lower the impending death toll over the next couple of weeks goes beyond wearing a homemade face mask to not be going to the grocery store not going to the pharmacy but doing everything you can to keep your family and your friends safe and that means doing the sixty distancing washing your hands unspoken the nation is still on a trajectory where tens of thousands of Americans may die Bob Costantini the White House in the New York City area where more than thirty five hundred have died mayor bill de Blasio says they're about to run short of life saving equipment we think at some point next week we could have five thousand people on ventilators that's a real potential a horrible milestone we might meet the U. S. death toll is nearing eighty five hundred on Jan Johnson president trump says he's thinking of creating a second coronavirus task force to plan for re opening the country and returning to big gatherings like sporting events they want to get back they got to get back I can't do this this sports were designed for the whole concept of our nation wasn't designed for we're gonna have to get back we want to get back soon very soon the president says he wants to see fans back in the arena's correspondent will Ripley is in Tokyo where officials are increasingly concerned about an escalation in cases and deaths things are really picking up here and there are serious questions.

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Afghans set to release 1,500 Taliban; US wants less violence

Austin's Morning News

01:04 min | 2 years ago

Afghans set to release 1,500 Taliban; US wants less violence

"News despite attacks on going in the Middle East the peace deal between the US and the terror group the Taliban seems to be holding up its end of the deal and could be an end to America's longest war securing America started withdrawing troops from Afghanistan part of a historic peace deal with the Taliban this is Afghan president Ashraf Ghani signals and openness to release five thousand prisoners on condition of less violence there might be a somewhat an offer from a president Ghani to provide some prisoner releases Kathryn Wheelbarger Assistant Secretary of defense for international security affairs said intra Afghan talks could soon get started but marine general Kenneth McKenzie because since the Taliban is still acting out those attacks are relatively low in scale they are not directed against coalition forces they are not occurring in city centers they're occurring in isolated checkpoints but those attacks are occurring and they're not consistent with the movement toward a negotiated settlement the U. S. Taliban deal calls for the reduction of U. S. troops eighty five hundred over the coming months in hopes of ending America's

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"eighty five hundred" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five hundred" Discussed on 600 WREC

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Why Strategic Planning Is Important For Small Business

The Common Cents Show

09:44 min | 2 years ago

Why Strategic Planning Is Important For Small Business

"So yeah topic today. Title Net flicks worst nightmare. What's the worst nightmare eh? We've talked about this a lot but maybe we haven't talked about it on air. I don't think specifically so obviously when we were putting the information together You know we talked to one F lakes and article in Forbes magazine by Stephen McBride and one of the things that says which will then pull from today is that the net flicks in the last decade. Their stock has risen to about eighty. Five hundred percent has risen by eighty-five hundred percent. That's not because streaming ozzy caught fire. I mean streaming is like first of all the word streaming was invented. Because of what Netflix does I know like no one used the word really like streaming in relation to viewing things until Netflix really came along and now it's like streaming as his own category which is impressive. Whenever you can create its things Hastings Reed Hastings Ya Hastings company that like the smart brands words words right Amex? Yeah exactly. It's like netflixing. Chill not exactly that one. Maybe actually. That's he can miss his better thing. Big You're like old married couples. That's what they say will take Shade Mahar in the tender tender account. I don't F- looks to me Netflix. And Chill and has put Netflix ongoing asleep so because the different indices sold as me. That's the that's what I do. They netflixing watch Netflix. Watch me so anyway. So net flicks achieved those gains. How do they do it? They literally disrupted video rental the whole industry. They stole millions of customers. Oh no not even just a video rental like they they were beyond that streaming actually took away customers from the large cable companies. Millions of cable companies loss customers at the hands of readings Netflix. God I'd love to be able to drop Kale. I know I have a way to watch sports without having in cable. 'cause that's literally. The only thing tying cable Youtube Youtube Youtube. TV Okay Forty nine ninety nine a month all regions force not end more mass. Let's check that. I have it now but accidents because I still have direct TV. Once they cancelled DIRECTTV next year. I'm GONNA switch completely over to Youtube. TV sweet actually be free. Leave so so Netflix. Still literally tens of millions of customers from cable companies because so much content yet you know I can literally don't I can't even tell you what channels are what on cable. All I know is that you'd have to hit five hundred to get into like your hd but after that. Ah I'm just hitting like the page until I fall. Oh there we go. That's what I WANNA watch. I can't tell you anything but you WANNA know what's on Netflix. I know all you know what I mean like. I'm always always watching documentaries. And movies and everything so yeah I completely feel that way. It's funny because articles here says says that Last year half of Americans a twenty to forty five didn't even watch a second of cable TV. That's crazy isn't nuts. Wow that's true disruption. But here's the problem. oftentimes when there's a a good idea invented where comes out disrupts the whole marketplace replace what happens competition. Man are the big boys get into the they see going on they get they own honestly that Pie. So that's what's happening right now. Man Disney plus who you name it right there all stripping away so my net flicks is Grip tight grip on this on the street. And there's more coming. Yeah like because all licenses that netflix expiring or not renewing because those major are those major television and film houses are taking the licenses back in creating their own streaming service. You know that's crazy. Yep so the point of this. Is that Netflix. Says worst nightmare would be that what they did the cable. Obviously it's going to happen to them. Yeah we'll be done to them. Do you think that people would cancel their netflix memberships. Though like cable 'cause I see it as a way where people just reduce their netflix subscription. More so than. Cancel it because Netflix still has like so much offer. Yeah that's a good question so we extrap- extrapolating out. I'm looking at it that we would have to reduce it because they still put out some good stuff. They have netflix originals. That some some of them are actually really good now some of the NFL. So I think it's just what I've talked to house of cards. Yeah this is why I've talked about affair with you that I still feel the same as that A little bit off topic but I think me personally for the end consumer. It's a disservice to them. Because you know in a world where everybody is like I you said I'd love to get off the cable. Save some money when you really start to do the math. It's like I think. NBC's starting to get their own thing. Soon we're just reading in in this article. Eighteen tease looking to start their own already. Disney plus we already know Hulu and some of these other ones when you break down all the different subscriptions that you're paying for. It's like Mike expresses went up not down exactly. So how much is Netflix is. Net flicks is fifteen. ninety-nine that's how much I pay and then Disney pluses twelve ninety nine. It's all ready twenty nine dollars here and then Hulu Hulu Netflix and ESPN. But then like let's say you get get what's the other one Like NBC. What if they come on you know what I mean because they have the office and they have friends? It's in frazier and I think those are like the top things that are watched on Netflix. And I love Frazier Frazier okay. Oh don't forget the apple apple plus came out to Oh did it yes apple pluses apples streaming service. And that's like four ninety nine one hundred dollars for cable or three hundred for seriously seriously. But you know what's GonNa Happen is that it's just going to be things that people watching cancel. There's going to be this. Subscription does monthly subscription service. This is going to turn into people turning on and turning off being hop skip like I just already heard of people doing that with the mandatory now that it stopped just cancel their Disney subscription. And they'll come back and they'll come. I'm back and so what happens. Disney just lose revenue because people are leaving and coming back. That's not the kind of when you have a scripture over. She won't be able to be subscribed for life like you don't want cycles of three month customers and then come back this and that it's just like you know you know. They really is a paid. But the reason why we bring this up in the entrepreneur. Life is because as is entrepreneurs. This is going to happen. Competitions part of business is you know especially even if you have something that disrupts the market as much much is a net flicks people come in Nelson and got this really great idea. No one else is doing it. There's no competition and they could be right there. There may not be any competition. But you can't assume that it will always be that way if it's that good of an idea and you have a hold on the market share. Some point people are going to be like wait a minute. They're gonNA wake up and be like oh we gotta do. Is You know you look at Netflix. Netflix is paying Disney And NBC and some of these other companies. A little bit to be able to have those shows on Netflix. So now they're looking like dead. Their stocks rose eighty five hundred eighty five hundred percent percent eight thousand five hundred percent yet whether I want some of that. Yup Well I guess the other thing too is I the reason why we put with is in. There is because it's like like you said like this is going to happen as a small business owner and I don't think I think the wrong I think to wrong reactions to to competition so I'll I'll start off with my own example. Is that when I moved to the city block them on in open a facility disability down there in downtown Boston five years ago when I first open I had four competitors today I have twelve. Which kind of tells you the state of number one the industry that a man number two tells you that there's no market research done uh-huh in some areas but then the other thing too is like it tells you that you know like there's going to be competition and you know you're competing for the same dollar if you think you're competing for the same dollar? You're you're mistaken you're competing for fifty cents and you had to. You GotTa just be careful if you want to compete for the whole dollar then you have to outperform everybody to get that dollar like significantly. You don't have to be a one stop shop but your value has to be tremendously high. You create value. We've talked about it a million a million times and we had a podcast the segment about creating value. How to do so? Go back and listen to that. I think is episode thirty three. Yeah and that's what they're going to have to do here. So what right. So that's the thing is like okay so that so so I was just giving you. The example of how market competition using my example can come into play. And I'm sure for you. I mean I I went went from four to twelve inches my block but for you. I'm sure even bigger than that. You're you're industry. Because you have comp- you have to deal with both companies and individuals

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Oceans of Liquid Diamond May Exist On Neptune and Uranus

The Box Of Oddities

08:51 min | 2 years ago

Oceans of Liquid Diamond May Exist On Neptune and Uranus

"The atmosphere's of Neptune and urine. Ask Ask there's a mantle made up of water ammonia and methane ICES so Those mantles are under a colossal amount of pressure where the temperatures range between three thousand degrees and forty five hundred degrees. Which is insane? Are you still laughing. I can't help it no matter what you say. I'm putting it in context in my head with the word with the pronunciation. Uranus also Neptune tune out. That's not as funny but just going to talk about net no has a mantle and The temperatures are real hot so Yeah three thousand two. What did I say okay? Three thousand to about eighty five hundred degrees Fahrenheit on. Well Yeah Right. How is that possible? You're you're this is amazing and you've just ruined what's needed. Seemed like not as interesting as it is. Well it's very very hot. It's very hot. How hot is it on Uranus? I don't know we're not talking about that. We're talking about Neptune. So Neptune is estimated to be a made up of approximately ten percent carbon urban and under these extreme conditions The methane breaks up into its core components producing pure carbon uh-huh and there's incredible pressure as we discussed on the planet. How much methane is produced on Uranus? We're not talking about Uranus. We're talking about Neptune. Well it's my turn and that's why we're doing a story about Neptune if I stopped seeing Uranus. Will you talk about Uranus now now. Oh you've ruined it and now we're talking about nap. Tim Really Sorry freaks. Just blurt out Uranus from time to time. Good Oh good. I don't use one person's is listening. That doesn't want to hear about Uranus. You're you're making it less fun now. It's gone on too long. The Tangent has spent all all right. Okay all right. It's done. Okay now your Chin is trembling. Can you just nutsy see. Your anus won't say Uranus. I won't say it again. I want to get it out of your system like I mean I know your mouth is dying for Uranus Ray now no. It's not so if you want to just get it out of your system just shouted out get rid of it. I don't want her now. You've made it no not fun. Oh really oh you've ruined it now have ruined the moment so anyway causes what happens. When there's carbon urban a ton of pressure what are you? Nothing go ahead. Diamonds diamonds happen on Neptune. So scientists have long speculated that the extreme pressures rushers might split them all cules into atoms of hydrogen and carbon And then they would crystallize and form diamonds because of that incredible pressure and then Basically it would rain diamonds on Neptune. That's amazing that's all I have to say. It's that's amazing. All right so no one could prove theft. This actually would work until there was a study done in two thousand seventeen in the journal Nature Astrophysics and researchers say that they were able to produce this diamond rain using a some sort of fancy plastic. I don't know and a high powered laser so dominate Krauss whose a physicist at the research center in in Germany told Cosmos when I saw the results of this latest experiment. It was one of the best moments of my scientific career. Krause and his colleagues used. I used to types of laser one optical and one x ray to produce shock waves and those waves were then driven through a block of you've been polystyrene and that that plastic is composed of hydrogen and carbon just like The oceans on Neptune him. So he said the first smaller slower wave has overtaken by another stronger second wave and the combination of these two waves squeezed the plastic back to one hundred fifty Giga Pascall's of pressure don't know what that means but it's intense and that that is more more than the pressure that exists in the bottom of the Earth's mantle and the heated it to over eighty five hundred degrees so that high I pressure coupled with the intense heat causes diamonds to actually Melt Holy Shit diamond obviously a very hard material it makes it difficult to melt and when the diamond is heated it can change to graphite so that's where that pressure comes in with the added pressure the diamonds rather than turning into graphite just melt and when it melts it behaves like water during like freezing and melting And then solid forms would would float atop scientists. Scientists got around the graphite problem by exposing the diamond to the high pressures with those those lasers and that recreating that extreme pressure. They eventually found that diamonds. Basically there would. There would with their hypothesizing. How do I say that word you said it right? I think okay is that there are oceans of diamonds on Neptune in Solid form no liquid liquid liquid diamonds liquid diamond oceans and then there will be the name of a fragrance. Does the diamond Money and then there would be some solids that haven't been met with the same pressures pressures and heat etc.. So there would be like. They estimate that there may be these giant diamond icebergs floating on top up of these incredible diamond ocean. God Burke Paints quite a mental picture does and it's hard to fathom really even what a diamond diamond in liquid form would look like But they do estimate that The oceans would exist That that there would be those giant diamond icebergs and that it does in fact rain diamonds on both of these planets Neptune and the other one so this is really interesting for a lot of reasons. One is just incredible to think of what that would look like. I picture some sort of like princess land. You know yeah it's sure what you would draw when you were like WanNa live in a princess land and you put like diamond oceans. Glaciers the Game Board for Candy the land. Something like that for sure so That's just neat. But then also a large ocean of liquid diamond. Could Ed deflect the tilt of the magnetic field out of alignment with the rotation of the planet and that would explain why y both planets have magnetic poles offset from their access. So they weren't trying to do these as experiments to say look could happen. Well I mean they were but it also their science that already exists to support report like this would explain why we know. This is the case because that The both planets have that magnetic poles offset from their accent in the large arch. Diamond Oceans would explain. Why that why would be the case? which is frigging cool so clearly? There's no point in going going there to get diamonds because they're so plentiful that they don't have any value. You mean on on Neptune like if you went and got all of the diamonds humans and then went to a Neptune mall or something diamonds intergalactic right. Exactly that you see all the Neptunium cruise port they would have no value. I can't imagine what would happen if you drank liquid diamond. Would it cool inside of you and then you'd have like diamond belly. Then you'd you'd have diamonds coming out of Uranus Man. I mean you did bring up full circle markle. Thank you don better now. I'm so glad I got it out of my system. There was one left in

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Jeff Bezos Got A Shady WhatsApp Link From The Saudi Crown Prince And Was Hacked

The CyberWire

02:14 min | 2 years ago

Jeff Bezos Got A Shady WhatsApp Link From The Saudi Crown Prince And Was Hacked

"Reuters writes that the Saudi Foreign Ministry has again dismissed claims of Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman's involvement in hacking Amazon founder. Jeff bezos is phone as absurd. That is they didn't do it. And especially the the crown prince didn't do it but investigations are in progress and it certainly seems that something was done to Mr Basis device. Is it possible. The Crown Prince May Himself Elf have been hacked either his phone or WHATSAPP account as some have suggested. Well sure maybe. And it does seem odd that a crown prince would directly actually get his digital hands dirty on the other hand who better to hack the richest man in the world's device than a fellow billionaire who's met him at the places where billionaires go to meet in any case buzzfeed notes Saudi aligned. Twitter accounts have been doing a lot of anti bezos wolfing with accusations of insincerity concerning his expressions expressions of mourning for the late Jamal Kashogi a discreditable personal life. As evidenced by the intimate pictures someone provided to the national enquirer and so on buzzfeed thinks the accounts doing the tweeting are a part of a coordinated and inauthentic campaign presumably directed from beyond so does the United Nations in Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial killings. Agnes Alamar told buzzfeed quote the hacking and the campaign are two actions taking place place alongside each other both of which aim in my view at intimidating creating fear and ultimately controlling or silencing the people who are the object of both hacking and the campaign and quote. Mr Bezos has been the target of such campaigns before. NBC News reported that they began shortly after. Jamal Kashogi who had been a columnist columnist for the Bezos owned Washington Post was assassinated inside the Saudi embassy in taboo a murder which occurred on October second of twenty eighteen twitter at that that time took down a large number of the accounts involved. The platform has yet to take large-scale action in this latest round. Forbes wrote yesterday that graphic reported some eighty eighty five hundred tweets by fans of 'EM BS that is fans of Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman. A common theme was a threat to boycott Amazon.

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"eighty five hundred" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five hundred" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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So you're thinking of buying a project car...

Talking Mopars

08:28 min | 2 years ago

So you're thinking of buying a project car...

"Week's project car was an e Bay find and it just so happens to be one of my favorite cars not just just because I own one but because they're cool a nineteen sixty eight dodge dart so this car is an abandoned racecar project. At least that's what it looks like to me. Maybe the guy just lost interest in it but whatever the case. It's an unfinished project car. And it's set up for drag racing so or at least it's headed in that direction so this is a nineteen sixty eight dodge DART superstock hemi clone. It's got fiberglass front. From fenders two sets doors looks like Dana rear end with four link. Strange Break Strange Axles Manual Steering Column Column The seller says that most of the trim is included with the car. Except it's missing the windshield trim. It's got the sixty eight dark grill. Sixty Dr Tail Lights. It also comes with two pieces of four by sheet metal. My guess is to finish off the interior and all the tin work and it looks like the seller alert is GonNa throw in anything else that he may have forgotten the list with the car. It goes on to say that this car is a race car. Only now it's set at a buy it now. How price of eighty five hundred dollars and you know? Is it a good bye. I'm not quite sure I'd have to see the car in person but based on looks alone. It's pretty much. Just just a shell with a roll cage with hogged out rear wheel wells to fit bigger tires. And it's you know it's got some stuff going for and it's also got some stuff that it really needs addressed like is the cage even up to Nhra specs. You know how was the car built. These are a lot of questions that you need to ask when you go in. Look at these cars these unfinished unfinished racecars. Or if you're considering one I am a fool for these. I love seeing unfinished race cars. Because because I'm like Oh cool all the hard work done in this case there's still a lot of hard work left but if someone wants to get a little bit of a head start on a dart then I and I think it's a it's a good buy for somebody. That's looking for a race car. If you'RE LOOKING FOR MORE OF A streetcar you might WanNa shy away from something like this because it setup for drag racing so if you're gonNA spend eighty five hundred dollars I'm sure you can find a decent driver quality Dr that maybe it has a slant six in it. You know what it's pretty clean and you can always yanked the slant and throw in big block or a small block. Whatever you want you don't always have to get a race car and I think a lot of the time people you know they see st outlaws on TV? And they're like Oh. I got to do that so they go and they buy a race car. You know that hasn't been finished yet. And then they get in way over their head. That's probably what I would do you. You know if I didn't have my projects that I have now and I had some money burning home. My pocket in a car came up like this dart and already had a roll cage in it and it was already doubt if I didn't know any better. I probably would just buy based on cool factor alone but I do know a little bit better so if I ever go and look at a unfinished race car. Then I'm really going to look at the craftsmanship and the quality of the wells and the quality of the work involved in the car because the seller could have just started the project and got got in over his head realized he had changed a bunch of stuff and thought. You know what I'M GONNA cut my losses here. The car is nowhere near done. A have a bunch of money invested so it may may be easier for him just to say you know what screw it. I'm going to sell this car. And then just go by something and start over again. You have to watch for that kind of stuff when you're going and looking at these he's project cars because you never really know who built it you know. That's kind of scary when you're talking about safety equipment like a roll cage in you don't know who built it then then you've got you know. How do they got good welds or do they have experienced building race cars? Do the wells have good penetration. Trey Shen you know last thing you want is to roll a car that has shoddy roll Cajun at first of all you probably went to pass tech inspection. But let's just say you. You wield your way through got on that starting line and you rolled the car and you had a shoddy cage. Guess what not only can a cage save your life they can also kill you so those are things you have to keep in mind when looking at race cars like this or either x race cars or future race cars depending but that still doesn't take away from the fact that this car is cool if you were to go look at it and you're looking at the cage and you're like wow this is actually really well built. Maybe it just wasn't painted then in your saving a couple grand and then you've got the suspension set up and you know anything else all the little extras included with with the car. Like in this case. He's got some fiberglass fenders. Those definitely aren't cheap. When you're looking at project cars you really have to consider it as a whole you know? I'm kind of a fool in the way that I would go look at his car. And just think Oh my God look out coolest racecars everything else is like an afterthought I would hope that if myself or or anybody else is going to hand over. Eighty five hundred dollars on an unfinished project that you at least look it over really well maybe bring a friend. The second set of eyes is never a bad thing. But I really like this dark you know. I would have to see it in person to kind of determine if it's something that I wanted to get into into or if it looks like there's a lot of work that needs to be redone and I might as well start fresh with a much cheaper car a much cheaper Shell and then go oh from. They're not a bad car. I just thought it was cool looking on in the picture. It actually shows an overhead shop crane. It looks like it's You know him. He's hanging by right right in the engine. Bay The DR so a good sales tactic like this could be you but not a bad car. Are I wish the guy luck with the sale. I hope it's set up good in that somebody gets a good start to a race car out of it that that would be really cool because I love Dodge Dart superstock cars and the sixty eight Hemi Dr is also one of my top Mo- parts of all time along with the Barracuda. They're just so cool. Hemi bodies any body with a Hemi as cool in my book so cool Dr Check it out on Ebay. It's not hard to find. Just look up. Nineteen sixty eight dodge DART superstock. And you'll probably run across it so if you're looking for a little fun at the track and a a little fun at the garage I because you're probably going to be building this car for two years before you even get into the track. This might be a good deal. So they'll check it out on Ebay. It's still going to be up for another twenty nine days as it's got fifty two views per hour which is seems Seven people are watching it so it also has the make offer option so on Ebay you can do auctions by now or you can have a buy it now but also a make offer option option which tells me that this guy will take less than eighty five hundred dollars or else he wouldn't even put the make offer button there. So who knows what you could get this thing for. You might be sitting on a potential real cool deal you might go see. This guy will take five and Lo and behold he's like. I really need to get rid of this thing. It's taking up space in my garage. Yes I'll take fifty five hundred and then you eat that extra five hundred and Dan you know you call it a day and you bring your race car home your five thousand dollar Racecar so keep that in mind cool car. That's all I got to say about that. I would love of if my dart was built to look like a superstock but I just feel I would feel like an impostor because mine is a sixty nine and you know looking at the pictures this car. He's including these five relax vendors and they're actually four sixty nine because they have their rectangular marker lights if it's just a race car who cares and that's that that cool dark.

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"eighty five hundred" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five hundred" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Eighty five hundred twenty four this is NPR live from KQED news Brian white the city of Palo alto is reporting its first utility worker fatality in more than thirty years KQED Serra Hoseyni reports officials say a five member crew was upgrading an electrical transformer near east meadow Dr in Middlefield road on Saturday when a worker in the city's utilities department who has not been named was injured and later transferred to a local hospital where he passed away from his injuries Paul also city manager at Chicago S. as the man's death is a sad reminder of the daily risks involved in utility employees critical work he says the city is working with California's occupational safety and health administration to review the incident the Powell to fire department honor guard paid tribute to the worker at the hospital where he died I answer Husayni KQED news the union representing AC transit workers is rallying other local labor groups to support them in Khan track negotiations with the East Bay transit agency driver say negotiations have stalled over issues including six day policy and workplace safety they rallied outside the Fruitvale bart station this weekend alongside union health care workers hotel and restaurant workers electricians and teachers Oakland teachers union president Keith brown was there we follow where you don't want.

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"eighty five hundred" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five hundred" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Our budget and we have three vehicle currently we have an old plan that is paid for and then we have a truck and a car that will have a lot and so my question is should we tell the van or should we sell one of the vehicles we have a lot what are you on the vehicles we twelve thousand and eighty five hundred okay what's your household income about eighty five thousand and how much of the debt do you have we have forty five thousand total total and twenty of his car he yes to and what's the other twenty five we have a somehow superior loans and student loans and a one credit card and how long have you been getting out of debt we just started this process but we looked at our snowball and we feel like we can be debt free in fifteen months all right and what's the van worth probably about two thousand dollars why do you have it well we decided to keep it because at the time that we got the other vehicles we don't collect we get much out of it as a trade in and its still ran it was paid for so we kept it yeah just a spare well it was it like to go on vacations and things like that because if we take people with the family going on vacations and things like that I see okay well you'll be renting something when you go on vacations I would not have a van sitting in the drive way in case I wanted to take someone else on vacation that's not what we're thinking about that we're gonna try to get rid of one of these days I'll get rid of the van the vans of one that you don't want don't need and should have already sold and so I just get rid of it the rule of thumb we use on cars is this when someone asks a question should I sell my car to get out of that to to to two things have to come up one is the total of your vehicles needs to be less than half your annual income yours is okay the second rule is cannot be debt free everything but my home in two years if I keep these vehicles and I like the vehicles and you can be fifteen months and I agree with your fifteen months based on the number you gave me that's pretty good numbers okay so that that'll be our plan and what I would do sell the van and work your fifteen months are reduced by whatever you get the van give for the van out of slow down might be fourteen months now okay all right yeah I got it perfect thanks for the call we appreciate you joining us open phones at triple eight eight two five five two two five Connor is with us in Colorado Hey Conner welcome to the Dave Ramsey show Hey Dave thanks for taking my call I appreciate it certainly how can I help so my grandmother seventy eight years old she came down to my house.

Where is the Afghan peace process headed?

Left, Right & Center

10:21 min | 2 years ago

Where is the Afghan peace process headed?

"Was is a big week for foreign policy news the president announced last weekend that there was a secret plan for a summit with Taliban leaders at Camp David but he was cancelling the secret summit because of Taliban bomb attack in in Kabul eighteen years after we invaded Afghanistan the country remains riven by fighting between a us-backed government and a revived Taliban control swath of the country the trump administration has been trying to reach a deal with the Taliban would allow us to withdraw troops. The president surely saw this potential summit is a great way to look like a peacemaker but according to news reports the Taliban was unwilling to come to Camp David without first receiving concessions to discuss that and also developments related to Iran were joined by jared blank. He's a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and and when he was at the State Department Jarrett worked on the Iran nuclear agreement before that he was the acting Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan focusing on Afghan security elections and peace hi jared. Thank you for joining us thank you so this was also a big issue at Thursday's democratic debate. We've been in Afghanistan for so long is their way to withdraw our troops. While ensuring that Afghanistan does not become become a haven for international terrorist organizations like it was before nine eleven. I think that there is certainly a better policy to pursue in Afghanistan any policy that is going to have risks associated does he hid inside. Get a little hesitant about the word insure but the idea that the United States needs to have fifteen thousand or eight thousand or frankly one thousand troops in Afghanistan in order to pursue what are fairly limited counterterrorism objectives. I think just doesn't hold water so what what do we look for in these as negotiations with the Taliban which had been going on obviously not at Camp David for a substantial period before trump was trying to have this high profile meeting. What are we looking for? Is there a productive conversation station for us to have their that would allow us to do what you describe and reduce that footprint so I think there's absolutely a productive conversation and I think in fact productive conversation was underway with the US a special envoy investors all my house odd until president trump decided to make a drama out of it last weekend the conversation sort of breaks breaks into two levels. They're they're multiple wars being fought enough Ghanistan. One of them is approaching twenty years old. It's war between the United States and the Taliban the second is forty years. It's a civil war between Afghan factions. What investor House has managed to do have bandaged do with to lay out a framework to resolve the core security purity issues of the war between the United States and the Taliban so they get what they want which is a timeline for withdrawal? We get what we want which is a commitment that they ah will police the territory they control against internationally focused terrorist groups and also commitment to start negotiations with the government of Afghan the sand and others to try to end that long civil war which is important to us for a variety of reasons. That's not exactly the sequence that we'd worked on the Obama Administration. It's not the ideal sequence but the concessions that the United States made to get to that sequence are perfectly sensible and are reasonable way to approach a bringing this thing to an end rich. What do you make of that well? I just a very skeptical this I understand the exhaustion and frustration with the the Afghan war but I think the promising to you with Taliban as soon as you get zero those commitments they've made MIS importantly to police their territory against terrorists completely. Go out the window there. There's no the way they're going to comply with that. A why would they and sort of the the clever a case for this deal within the administration among hawks kind of want to tiptoe around trump more than did national security adviser John Bolton did was to say give give trump is his deal and they'll be this annex to the deal that has always conditions and the Taliban has has to meet that they won't meet and that'll allow us to do an offramp before we get to zero and end up at eighty six hundred but the very fact of the the deal affects the situation on the ground and if everyone really thinks we're going to zero. That's a that's a huge benefit to the Taliban. I think we just go to the the monopoly effective troop level. A lot of people think it's eighty six hundred. I'm not an expert in this area and stick there because I don't think there's a good way to WHO police Afghanistan against international terrorists without having some presence there and there are Ansari Benefits of having a presence there which is that you can so you have an eye into Pakistan and you can raid Pakistan as necessarily which is why we got bin Laden. We wouldn't have gotten bin Laden. If we weren't Afghantistan journey. What are you? What do you say to that? How do you enforce the terms of this agreement? If we have taken most all of our footprint out of the country well I think I would make two points. The first is to respond to what which is described is kind out of the clever case that will will lay out this troop drawdown time line but whether or not we ever completed depend on conditions on the ground and what I would say that is of course that's the case and of course the Taliban everyone else news that's the case the United States has announced repeated withdrawal timelines and we haven't followed them through so US leverage just pure military leverage before you get into other forms of leverage remains until the very end us gets decision points all along the way away in terms of the broader case of can you eventually imagine going zero again. I think the answer there is clearly. Yes and you do it in one of two ways either either you do it because there's been a peace settlement amongst Afghans which is obviously the most desirable outcome both for us for the Afghans which creates kind of a a government where power is distributed officially more-or-less as it is right now unofficially that kind of balanced government government in Afghanistan would be heavily dependent on international financing and we would have again leverage to make sure that they abide by their commitments including a counterterrorism commitments which which we shouldn't exaggerate how difficult how complicated these would actually be for them. The other alternative is that the deal doesn't take place in which case the Afghan civil war tragically continues but it can continue from the US's perspective with a dramatically lower commitment commitment so with funds for partners and probably some offshore military resources that would be needed now and again in counter-terrorism circumstances but the idea idea that it is that the US has sufficient security interests in Afghanistan to demand eighty five hundred or frankly five thousand one thousand troops odd infinitum not to mention forty five or fifty billion dollars a year. It just isn't borne out Christine. What did you make of the discussion about this at the debate on Thursday because you you heard candidate saying that they want to get troops out of Afghanistan but but lots of people want to get troops out of Afghanistan and the president wanted to President Obama wanted to and and so this seems like something that a lot of politicians have have expressed as a goal or made a commitment but it is so far lewd people to find a way to actually get it done yeah? I think that's that's right. I thought that actually was with Warren made a really good point in the debate on Thursday night when she said that you know we're not going to bomb our way out of terrorism. We're not GONNA bomb our way out of Afghanistan or any of these conflicts in the Middle East. We've tried that for literally decades at this point and perhaps we need to try something new and I think you know experts. and intelligence experts and military professionals can debate the best way to draw down troops to do so effectively to broker peace in some way up but I really think that the majority of Americans are tired. This has been an endless conflict that we didn't necessarily sign up for and I think that there is a strong appetite for beginning to leave it hopefully in a way that ensures the safety of our troops on the way out and that ensures or helps to ensure because that yes is not guaranteed a more stable country but people are ready to go. Can we talk a little bit about what happened with Iran this week. I'm frankly confused by what has happened with Iran so I mean first of all president trump withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal he imposed sanctions on Iran. They're describing their policy on Iran a maximum pressure policy to squeeze Iran financially and bring it to the table but now we're concerned that Iran is violating the agreement that we have already withdrawn from the Europeans are even more concerned about this and now president trump is flirting with a French proposal Rosal to extend a fifteen billion dollar credit line to Iran the purpose of which would be to ease some of the financial difficulties they face under our so-called maximum pressure sanctions and and then if we gave him the credit line the the trade would be that they would have to stay in compliance with the deal that we have withdrawn from Jarrett can can you explain to me what the possible purpose of this approach could be well to the extent that I think we understand discussions that underway between Paris Washington in Toronto and I don't want to exaggerate how much which we do I think the French proposal is an effort to provide a safe face saving way for president trump toback down without acknowledging that he's backing down now so in addition to pulling out of the JCP way the Iran nuclear deal a president trump withdrew all of the waivers for Iranian Lonnie and oil sales the sanctions waivers for oil sales. He took those waivers all the way down to zero where previous administrations had left the waivers that sort of you know higher level some level of income for the comedy I think the friendship concluded our others concluded that trump is unlikely to reverse that policy an issue oil sales waivers again but maybe there's a way to get kind of an equivalent amount of revenue to Iran in the fifteen billion dollar line of credit is kind of equivalent to a period of oil revenue for the for for for the Iranian National Oil Company and so the idea would be they get that back that revenue it's a little bit of a return to new. JCP We kept on behalf of the United States done in a kind of backwards way and as you say in extreme new they resume their compliance with the deal. I think actually what trump wants. It's more even than their resumption of compliance with the deal is a meeting with President Ronnie Right. I mean as we saw again with the let's get ludicrous situation with the Taliban

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Trump's Dismissal of Bolton Highlighted Differences in Life or Death Policies

Morning Edition

04:34 min | 2 years ago

Trump's Dismissal of Bolton Highlighted Differences in Life or Death Policies

"President trump's dismissal of national security adviser John Bolton highlighted differences on some life for death policies you know John was in line with what we were doing and actually in some cases you thought it was too tough what we were doing Mr tough guy let's examine one big issue on which they apparently deferred president trump came close to bringing the Taliban to camp David the other day he was considering an agreement that would begin the U. S. withdrawal from Afghanistan John Bolton didn't seem to like the idea and the president drop the plan for the meeting there was also one of the Taliban are dead now building is gone but the problem remains how if at all to resolve an eighteen year old war critics of the administration's plans included Richard Haass he is president of the council on foreign relations the basis of the agreement seems to have been that they would be an initial American troop withdrawal from roughly twelve or thirteen thousand down to about eighty five hundred. that there would be the likelihood of further withdrawals and even a complete withdrawal over the the next year it off to fourteen months in exchange there would be something of a ceasefire with the with Taliban would at least stop attacks on the United States what was obviously left uncertain is what would have happened in the aftermath of a full American withdrawal because what you described can be seen as the U. S. doing something permanent it would be hard to send the troops back politically once you're through them in exchange for something temporary the Taliban saying we want attack for the moment. indeed the parallels were drawn to the Vietnam negotiations were at the time in the mid seventies the United States essentially negotiated an American exit from Vietnam and two years later the north Vietnamese took over the entire country and the concern here was that once the United States had left the Afghan government that we have been associated with ever since I saw it was created in the aftermath of nine eleven eighteen years ago that that government would ultimately not be able to sustain a long term political military effort against the Taliban was there a case to be made for this deal if the main priority was getting US troops out. well if the goal was to get US troops out then that would be the explanation or rationale for the deal but no one should confuse that with peace no one should confuse that with bringing about a better Afghanistan no one should can choose out with one of the other goals of the agreement which was to get the Taliban to commit not to support terrorists who could carry out actions against the United States and the Taliban either could have allowed it or they simply could have been too weak to have prevented it were you essentially on the same side as John Bolton on this thinking that this meeting was a bad idea. well that's one way to put it yeah my view is that the United States should be looking for and what I would call an indoor and strategy in Afghanistan not an exit strategy for me in a dorm strategy would be a long term but small military presence perhaps half or two thirds are current size what we should probably also be doing is expanding level of our military diplomatic and economic support for the government and this to me is something that American farm policy has done literally for decades were were still in Europe were still in South Korea was still in Japan the goal of American foreign policy has never been to withdraw all troops were in areas where we have in the interests and where there are threats rather it is been to have sufficient troops in those areas to either the turf those threats or to or to meet them and protect our interests so I saw Afghanistan it in that light rather than as a place we should rush to get out of what would you have the president do about Afghanistan given the current situation today. what I would have the United States to is essentially for the time being give up on diplomacy I don't believe it can work given the nature of the Taliban and the fact by the way that the Taliban still enjoy a physical sanctuary in the neighboring country of Pakistan instead what I would do is have a small but long term U. S. saw armed presence in the country and I would look for ways through economic and military aid to buttress the Afghan government to avoid a situation where Afghanistan would again become a a territory from which terrorists could launch global strikes Richard Haas of the council on foreign relations always a pleasure talking with you thank you

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Market update

CNBC's Fast Money

10:56 min | 2 years ago

Market update

"This is this fast money. I'm Melissa Leo Traders on the Desk Tim Seymour Karen Feinerman Johnathan and guide Dommie just breaking a little while ago Oracle. CEO Mark Her taking a leave of absence due to health related reasons since the stock selling off after hours. Conference call expected within the hour. We'll keep you updated as the story develops then if you didn't know SAS. SAS stands for software off whereas service but it could soon stan for software as a source of pain down nineteen percents these scales Hong Kong stock exchange launches an aggressive thirty seven billion dollars bid for it wait for a London stock exchange. We'll get perspective from one of their biggest rivals. CME group chairman and CEO Terry Duffy joins US exclusively here here on set but I it's still on and we are talking about the great rotation so many here on this desk. I've been skeptical of maybe even Poo pooing at times the sector showing continuing strength the Russell banks retail just to name a few so what is going to make you a believer guy. It's a fascinating question. Market has an uncanny way not that I need help by the way of making me look extraordinarily silly and here we are as as we just heard within a percent suddenly all time high the S. and P. Five hundred and everything looks fantastic. When do I become a believer I. I don't know the answer that question but I'll say is the headwinds that exist in a couple of weeks ago looked really haven't gone away all that much. Yes rates have backed up a little bit. Probably a healthy move yes to go. Market is an exploding to the upside. Maybe maybe some of the concerns with the China deal situation of Hong Kong have abated but they haven't gone away. There's still there. The markets is looking pass them so I don't know how to answer that question because it concerns since I have. I don't think it get resolved in one day. Well I know how to answer the question like when the rest of believers simple when the rest of Maga- makes the new high and apple is on its way to doing that. It's about ten bucks from the all time highs last September. I'd love to see Google Amazon participate again. Those are three and a half trillion dollars. Dollars of mega cap the largest in the market the other one. You know you mentioned the Russell. I'd like to see the Russell breakout above the seven month range and really kind of get people thinking about okay well. Maybe small caps have digested a lot of the bad news in the ready to go a little bit so those are two areas. I want to focus on. I'm not so interested in seeing Alcoa rally twenty percent off. Its you know that doesn't really convey about too much yet. Karen you know I I love to buy when things are trading down into gers. I'm kind of more more inclined to sell. Some things are trading up and injures less. I talked about taking a little money off table selling by Selig's. JP Morgan calls I I why do on something like a united rental that has obviously participated to the downside heart and back to the upside hard. I still think it's attractive here name like Fedex that Tim and I talked about a lot. That's unknown news. Whatsoever is gone for line one forty nine to whatever one seventy one. I liked it higher than one seventy one so even though that one's up a lot. I'll hang onto things like that the vix today coming in a lot. I want to own volatility here because I think we are one tweet away from going back to those markets you you seem so fresh in my mind they could be any second week could be the Mcginn Tim even sort of on board the rotation since it. You pointed it out to sort of I don't WanNa say a believer Uber but you acknowledge. Its its presence here. Why don't you try to die down your gender. Your Rangers Rangers compatriot here well. He's missed. I've moved from three twenty five down to one forty five on the ten year in effectively six months. Maybe seven months was was was way way too. Excessive relative to the fundamentals in the US economy maybe not to the global economy and I continue to think that some of this rated namic was a function of buns pulling us down in a relative value trait. I think some small and this is not full. Reconciliation and Hong Kong has been important to set the tone tone for at least we're regionally. There's a little more stability going into October talks. Which I think are very important. Unfortunately I'm not sure what we're going to get out of that but then we had reaffirmation of the US S. consumer off a couple of data points and that's the ice and the services I assume which is really the backbone of our country not a manufacturing reading and so while we know the PM is going down down around the world. I think that's been part of the story. The most important from a market perspective is I think we've had these rotations many times in many cycles throughout the last last two years so it's easy to pooh-poohed at the market almost nothing but I actually think you know if if you look at where retail is retail underperform the S. and P. almost twenty percent for a year until suddenly it it makes a lot of that back up recently if you look at what's going on and transports and banks but the thing about it is that the valuations to me do make some sense and we sat around here and we talked talked about food stocks. We talked about restaurant stocks. We talked about things that really were tough to explain and I think the markets rationalization is that those things can only go so high and recession question is off the table for the next six months. That's where the central bank at your back. That's been the justification and it didn't happen three days ago. This happened three weeks ago. When when the rest of the world started rallying relative to our market. Thanks for educating us but do you think that was particularly bullish. When you're the president of the United States vote head Fed should go to lower grades two zero arowar negatively lower because to me that doesn't elicit a whole heck of a lot of confidence in this economy. Is Picking up because you saw good services number less so you're talking about psychology. Do you want one. I'm in an AP economics class again. I think we've got a case where the macro data doesn't add up to a market that should be falling off a cliff with soot and you just mentioned that the last two years the market hasn't done much because you said that you've acknowledged the fact that we've seen lots of rotation so you know the thing is here. We are three thousand the S&P eighty five hundred and we'll make a new high. Do you think we're going straight up. Do you think we're GONNA go to thirty thirty and then go straight up. Five seven eight percent not particularly weekly likely if you look at over the last two years when we made new incremental high. We've gone down a lot. I mean I don't think I don't think most of our audiences is making a call on the market out so and so I think people are investing in stocks. They are themselves rotating in and out the fact that the semi's which I think are again been an easy target of volatility and the volatility in that space has been enormous but semi's are to make another fresh high and semi's are still up almost now they make that fresh high. They'll be nine percent from June of two thousand eighteen when everyone everyone said that's it that's it. I'll take ten percent and I'll take ten percent of the time. We don't really ten percent to thirty percent drawdowns. I mean does that. Make aren't trading those drawdown. I look I understand those people another individual again. I understand statistics and I understand standard deviations and we are split up to tell me that that people should not have been investing in things that overall business you. Are you saying that because they went up a lot and they went down a lot. They were on investable during this period and I think most people aren't trading like that. What's the flip side to not believing in this rotation. What's it's the flipside to necessarily know if you don't believe that this rotation is for real. What did the market do the have. I've been training opportunities listen. I'm the first to tell you I mean I thought the market's going down for quite some time I don't hide from it but within the context of that we brought up some pretty good training opportunities we as a matter Arafat couple of weeks ago. We power pitched bank at a time when nobody likes you did if you recall that was pretty much universally th you know pooh-poohed you use that word but not me by the viewing audience and that's gone from six to one and a half. I think closes sixty nine today so within the context of being a non believer there are trading opportunities again by only the point is everything that got us down to where we were a month and a half two months ago have not gone away. It's gotten a little bit clearer but they haven't gone away and I think in a fifteen fixed accounts point. It's just too it doesn't make sense with the backdrop that that's out there right now all right well. Our next guest says the value rotation can continue and new highs are coming with it. Let's bringing Margaret Kalonovik global head of quantitative and derivatives strategy at J.P Morgan market's always great to see you so you have a bunch of skeptics on the dust in terms of this rotation so so what has to answer guys original question what has changed to make you believe that this value rotation is here. We'll first positioning is extremely low so if you look at the sort of hedge from equity exposure it's about zero percentile so close to all time lows match in two thousand eight. If you look at the individual investors a I will be our sentiment is basically similar to two two thousand eight so a lot of these early price in the market right like and positioning is very low then generally. There's upside. That's pure mechanics. This is not even a economics one to one so so so so that's that's something that we can sort of hold onto low positioning and then you had some positive things within mentioned already. You know so you have a services in us. You had a little bit on Brexit a little bit on a little bit on Hong Kong Essay are and then you had this October negotiations so if we we have like two to three weeks before October where we still have a buyback full force when the Biggs declined from twenty two to fourteen fifteen so all the sort of systematic folks who actually really ever and you have discretion investor who's basically zeroed invested in the market so that's what we think you can continue now why valutation can continue so people adds to market the first thing they will close the short while net positioning get zero percent but the gross positioning gross exposure according to JP Morgan prime is ninety nine percent out so you have like a massive longshore trade where people are super long low vault of quality momentum and growth and they're super short value so if they want to increase the increase the net exporter. I don't think they're going to triple quadruple on software and stuff like that. They'll close some of the energy oil than gas some of the some of the banks and other value stuff so we think that this can continue okay so it can continue in our view until October in October. Basically you have negotiations anything. Anything can happen right so if the negotiations blow up we go back. Even negotiations actually produce some results. I think this loss for a full year like in two thousand sixteen and Seventeen when when it lost more than eighteen months so that's very strategic trade so strategic is until October right and in October. I think we need to reassess. If there is actually progress towards its radio this can can be new two thousand seventeen eighty two thousand two thousand sixteen age seventy two kinloss another eighteen months if the if we have more of the same back you know back and forth tweeting and stuff like that then we go back to software guy thinks will when when you say we go back if there are stumbling blocks oxen trade does that mean that we re-test the ten year yield lows like legal retail would have on

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"eighty five hundred" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five hundred" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Dollars we did that we won. we got a judgment of eighty five hundred dollars and change and the courts are. the county where we filed this action the courts are three months behind filing judgment so we haven't gotten our filed judgment yeah in the mail and neither have the defendant. when they get. the vial judgments we're hoping but they'll send us a check for the full amount right if they don't my question is how do you collect from a corporation on the judgment okay well first of all you simply make sure they they have the judgment you contact I would contact their legal department and say Hey guys here you go it's time for you to pay and if they don't pay you can start attaching stuff and that gets interesting are your time out the corporation that owns the storage facility right. yeah gets nationwide okay so it's you know they'll pay you they'll end up paying you I mean it's it did those corporations do not not pay because that jet when there's money there are judges look at this they got you really ought to pay because you have to go into court to compel then it gets you know you'll be okay you'll be okay you'll get the money especially talk about a large corporation and it just takes a long time and so it's a little premature to say what if they don't pay well Hey it's too premature on selling something what if I don't get the money well they talk to me after you don't get the.

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"eighty five hundred" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five hundred" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Deals and I'm straightening them out the biggest one by far as China is at a breakfast meeting with British prime minister Boris Johnson Sunday president trump said he wasn't hearing any complaints from his G. seven counterparts about his tough stance on China I think they are respect has happened but the British prime minister did speak up at that meeting just images from the things she points to all of you from all the trade war the White House says the only second thoughts the president's had on hiking terrace on China is whether to raise some higher I'm Ben Thomas all right so there you go now there is there is problem the latest in the world of trade the U. S. lobster industry has taken hits ever since China placed heavy tariffs on American lobsters and many other food products I don't think people gonna get upset you know when not lobster start going up who's gonna freak out over that people that love lobster well that's a that's far and few between the average person out of the blue collar worker doesn't give a rip about that whatsoever this year though through June the U. S. exported to China by eighty percent fewer lobsters the same purity Uruguay just one example that I think would be I will be are we get through the lobster crisis I'm sure and you know what if it does go up I'll go to red lobster and also delete the cheesy biscuits and I'll be fine can't go wrong with that they're always doing the cheesy biscuit absolutely but yeah we kind of had to determine for ourselves it was very confusing over the weekend what Donald Trump was talking about as far as he always has second thoughts he has regrets but the White House saying no that's not what he meant here's what he meant so but that's how it always goes with him we have to have a lot of his statements interpreted in them eventually we figure out what it means yeah and that's why we have a new candidate out there that's trying to dethrone Donald Trump his name is Joe Walsh and he is on a mission to to primary Donald Trump and the next campaign well he announced his candidacy over the weekend he does have a recognizable name but he's not the Joe Walsh that world thinking of from the eagles that's right so he does not play the guitar I don't think you know and that's how you do get into office because our own Steven Adler everybody thought he was the drummer for guns N. roses Joe washable chances you have a shot at this one the people are they ready for a change I I right now I I would have to have to say no six oh nine it's time for the rush update the university of Farmington Michigan offered students flexible schedules and promised to prepare students for jobs in the global economy they tuition didn't break the bank grad students pay just eleven thousand dollars undergrads were charged eighty five hundred dollars that's peanuts by comparison to other places here's the best part students in Farmington university never have to deal with the stresses of other universities no worries about graves homework or being triggered by micro aggressions because there were no classes there weren't any professors never know degrees farming university was a fraud it had a website but it was all a scam to allow foreign nationals who were in the US on student visas just stay here legally without having to really attend school that's right my friends foreign nationals out smart in America again until last Wednesday when arrest warrants started flying it turns out the university of Farmington was set up by I use as a sting operation and now people here illegally are being strong and they actually are learning something and the Democrats found out about this and they are just live it.

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"eighty five hundred" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"eighty five hundred" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To eighty five hundred off our twenty nineteen Buick regal sedans then everyone gets another fifteen hundred off on any purchase is our manager special this month no strings attached we have so many see kill bill two GMC's it's like Christmas morning here if you want GMC Denali we have your dollar searches shortline Buick GMC dot com it's time to move out well you save big at shoreline Buick GMC the king of Denali we are professional grade terms and conditions apply more to purchase details for you a GMC available dealer we we see plus taxes and fees washing my seven year old to the emergency room that was traumatic enough but then we got slapped with a surprise medical bill for more than ten thousand dollars we have insurance we thought we were covered but instead we're being price gouging by greedy insurance companies and now they're teaming up with government bureaucrats to make things even worse doctor shortages hospital closures all because of a big insurance scheme called government rate setting resetting may sound good but in reality it only serves the big insurance companies already making record profits and will devastate rule emergency care leaving hard working Americans neglected and cared for well coastal elites enjoy their world class hospitals but Congress can stop that so call senator Cory Gardner at two oh two two two four three one two one and tell him that rate setting is not the answer to surprise billing it'll only make things worse for.

"eighty five hundred" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"eighty five hundred" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Donated over eighty five hundred dollars so that India Jackson and your new, while your daughter, Joel Henry specifically could accept a NASA internship, right? So tell me we're interested in that came from. Can you repeat the question you and I think what year I you know, the thing we're reading it's a little confusing, so you're the one that got the internship, correct? Yeah. Because you're working on your PHD in solar physics. Yes. I know rule. Yeah, no go where daughters. The baggage here. Withdrawal. Hacking law. Got it where does your interest come from? My interest in Olympics. Yes, exactly. Because, you know, you're not talking to a solar physicist. Well, my background is actually in mathematics, so I have two degrees in math from Georgia State University. And I got interested in solar physics because of new evidence field call solar, or Astro implemented and meth where we use the mathematical statistics. The data computer programming in order to try and successfully predict solar layer radiation Bill, or the astronauts, that are as the international space station, and the ones who are getting ready to go. Tomorrow. Very, very important thing. And I understood everything up to the point where you said, well, and then all the same. This is a big deal. And I'm sure your daughters. Very proud of you is a ten week internship. You got to move there. So there's a lot of costs involved. In other things, who's the person that said, I'm gonna do a gofundme page to help figure this out. It was my cousin Dacia. So, you know, I got my etc later. I was ecstatic. I will pay a few days later, I'd have to welcome packet, and then pulled travel and housing on the student by. Wow. Okay. You know, this is actually not uncommon but scientists hallway pacifying their own funding. We write proposal the right grants, but my situation is a little different. You know, I have to worry about rent at home while I'm there. I also have a key that I have to worry about, you know, so I was just ranting to my cousin about it wasn't sure how to get it done considering that going. And then she was like, you know, what hold on for that, and few hours later, or maybe the next day, she say, I thought the account for you, and that was like you really think that people would give to a complete stranger. And she, like, I think he will give me a call. All right. We'll go ahead and. Can happen. And then it was amazing within twenty four hours. We had we heard the amount of what she was asking for cut it off. Here's the thing we all benefit from your experience here in your eventual work with NASA 'cause I have no doubt that that's going to turn out that way if you choose it to be, so, so it's a nice thing. It's a very nice thing that people step up because we all benefit from what you do and chasing your dream here. So I'm glad you had family to talk into it, and not give up. Yes. My family is very close. I have a lot of family support real, you're blessed. And you're also the most valuable person on the planet. Now the next time we call safe stuff. I understand. Thanks for being on the line. What a credible role model that, that young girls growing up black from have your mom. She's a double major in mathematics, and then pursuing solar, whatever, she's, she's going to be measuring solar flares and their impact on the atmosphere and also on astronauts, because solar flares. I don't want to bog it out with a bunch of scientific terms, but they're bright, shiny, things myself radiation, bowel, third, pretty impressive. Bob. I forgot to say something on the regular show. What's that? What did he say? Ever to say it. I grew up in Brookefield. Oh, I didn't think it say that. Oh, talk to the story more. And as a little girl you can leave the music up from you. This is a special announcement. Go to this special announcement, Wendy. I would always go to the LaGrange pet parade. There was a couple of towns over I now live in Lorraine. And it is the seventy third annual pet parade that is taking place tomorrow. I don't know if you remember, but grand marshal at two years ago. I was yeah. Maybe three years ago. Yeah. Crowd they ever had. But here's what they did. They since it was the extra. They asked me for like the sixty ninth one though. And I said, oh, no. Don't do that. In the beginning of the real show was some sex joke, and now you're doing.

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"eighty five hundred" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:05 min | 3 years ago

"eighty five hundred" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Eighty five hundred dollars got a lot more mileage on it. But. Take out another loan to do that. Do question. What's your household income? Then the other car word. On the it's a GMC. No, no, no, no. Two cars in your family or one. We just have one one the company vehicle. Four door Tacoma. We owe twenty one out it should be worth about twenty one. Keep it. It's a great truck number one. Number two. It's. It's worked with kids with the four door and number three you like it. The number four it's it is less than half your annual income and number five you can pay it off and under two years guidelines used for keeping vehicle. And I think I'm right on all of that. Don't you like the truck? Yeah. It'll be a little. Son-in-law draws one. He's got two girls. Okay. My grandbabies in the back of that thing. So it's all right. It's all good. And my son has one two we got to him in the family, but good cars. Now, they got a bazillion miles m there. Well, built and yeah, if you like it, I mean, I think I heard the way you describing this that you liked it. Yeah. And then throw all the money you've saved up that you would have been paying on it at it. And then finish it all by what Christmas? Maybe maybe maybe by this time next year at the latest. But okay. Yeah. That thing in a year easy. I mean, you make a hundred it's twenty one. I mean, don't go furnish the baby room with, you know, eight million dollars worth of baby furniture that the baby didn't even know there while you got payments. You get the truck cleaned up. Okay. So you can tell that might have happened before Antonio is with us in San Jose, California. Hi, an-and Tonio. How are you? Antonio better than I deserve. What's up? Two now. Yesterday. I got a call from my mom and also getting her finances straight, and if I could co sign on her refinancing, the parent loans that she took out. No. My baby steps. No. It makes you liable on the note lawyer now. So no, I would not cosign on it. Why does she need to refinance? It. Seven percent on what I I don't know the exact amount. But she the interest rate is too high. What she thinks she could get if she refinance. She doesn't need you to get on the first place. You shouldn't need you to get refinanced that. That's the question. I I don't hurt credit is good. But her income more money than she does. Apparent bless loan. The, but I want to say it's between fifteen and twenty and make. One hundred twenty thousand dollars. Okay. Did you make a promise to her back in the day? When this was all done that you would pay this loan. No, I didn't Dave. We we took on all my own loans. I still have twenty thousand five hundred on my own Simone's. And we took on those owns individually are do you intend to go pay this loan ever hurling loan? Number three, whatever she needs as far as her dad would be a priority for me. Okay. I would just tell her that. If you get baby step three win. Get touched him. You got this. You can do it. If you wanna reach over it was it was it was it was for your benefit. And if draining your mom, and you make a hundred grand a year, and you can go reach over knockout fifteen grand after year outta debt as a favor to her after she did a favor to you that seems like a reasonable thing to me, even though it wasn't a promise you made. But no would not go sign on the line. It can sit there for a couple years of seven percent ain't killing anybody. Good points. And just let her know mom, I'm gonna turn you down this. But I want you know, I'm gonna come back around must have done and take this out for you. You got it, man. Thanks for the call open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five you jump in. We'll talk about your life, and your money Beth is in Chicago. Hi, beth? Welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Thank you for taking my call. Sure. What's up? Alex is a podiatrist. Residency accurate. So you're out of the residency program. He's confined an ideal job in recently, just got an offer from the air force. He would go in active duty air force. We thought there'd be so many perks and benefits that would outweigh the salary, but the salary is pretty low and in a pretty high cost city. They're putting in Colorado Springs. What your thoughts are on the I'm confused? Why wasn't? He's an MD podiatrist was bene- blend of job. I'm kind of shocked. I thought you get something right away. He's gotten really low offers the all come with non compete took the low offer any works for two years. You'd have to literally move probably a hundred or so miles away to get another job. What is the low offer? Air force is offering. The other offer she's gotten. Eighty thousand. Oh health insurance. Hundred thousand dollar offer also zero perks jobs there with no perks. How much does he have? Three hundred and fifty thousand student loan debt. I should mention he has a local. Ninety nine. But you know, they're not consistent. In which they are forced down do for the student loan debt. Anything? Gee, I guess they work on. Right now. He's guaranteed forty thousand towards that. In the private sector. Should pay between one hundred fifty to three hundred. But he does have friends that have a baby of getting it. And it's not look the. You don't finish Mitch go by luck. Either. So. What's the air force offering? Obviously the health insurance. Thing. No, I I they kept saying that we get that. And they still haven't given. They're saying there's none. Which is not a deal expensive there. I'm the Turney. I looked there. It's very saturated. I'm kinda nervous at all. Will find a job they're turning? I am think. Colorado Springs is saturated. Chicago's we're all attorneys live. You think so how old are you guys?.

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"eighty five hundred" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"eighty five hundred" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I'm listening. My refund was about eighty five hundred dollars this year. Yeah. It's really hard to if there was a difference from the previous year because I doubted some children's to the foster care system. And that affects your taxes. Sure. Yeah. You get duct a lot of that. So. So you can't it's apples to oranges for you. You can't quite tell us if there was a net net on it. Right. Only about. I don't I don't I don't I don't want people to start divulging their their private information. I'm looking for the appeal like you got more a better deal out of the tax law or not. And God bless you. You you got involved with adoption, which I think is terrific, and you got some tax savings. So maybe they are connected. Maybe they aren't. But I'm good for you. I'm glad you were. What's what's that? Yeah. Okay. All right, Angie. Angie? Thank you very much. I appreciate it. Which is. Out of this Bloomberg article that I printed off there's a guy who is a tact lobbyist, and he said go Bloomberg's and dry analyses said negative news coverage is part of why there's unpopularity with the tax losses. People don't know about their own taxes. I can't tell you. I've done this to the audience once in a while. I'd try not to mess with you guys too much. But. Most people don't know what they paid in taxes. They know what the refund was or their balanced do. But they don't know what they paid in Texas. Ninety nine percent of you. Don't know. And they hide that on. They hide it in the return. So that it doesn't stand out. It's just it's just a a long series of questions and answers, and and putting it in various numbers on various lines. Most of you don't know what your tax Bill was. David in billings, Montana. Hello, david. Yes, sir. Yeah. Over the road driver. They seem to really took away all of this year. What did take away that? You know, what what was it your? I wrote my wrote my road allowance is about twenty four thousand dollars a year. Rhode expense. You know? Yeah. The unreimbursed business expenses is the way it's called. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. They took that away. And and I I'm single so I take I I actually I'm single night claim single take higher away. I pay in quite a bit. I what I pay and last year. I was I what I got back compare to this year is like not even a four or probably not even that much. They went from over four thousand return to now six hundred retire. Boy. So, yeah, it's a big base ounce. Sounds like that over the road expenses the unreimbursed business expense of the loss of that deduction. Hit you hard. So it hit you. I would imagine all the other truckers out there. Saying me too. All right. David. Thank you..

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"eighty five hundred" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"eighty five hundred" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Because we were just running out of time, and it was really insane to because here we're trying to shoot a video for winter wonderland in the midst of the worst drought in history in California with not even a flake of snow anywhere on the horizon. This not even at the highest elevations in the Sierra. And we're thinking how are we going to do winter wonderland video, you know, cover and it just? Luck would have it. There was a small storm that was blowing down through Oregon. They usually blow in from the south. You know, the we call it the pineapple express, and it comes off the ocean. But this one was cold and had a little moisture in it. And I was falling like crazy 'cause we were dreading having to fake this stuff. You know? I it's just I none of us like the fake anything, especially snow. It would be terrible. So long story short. Yes. The snow came. It was going to snow late in the evening and through the morning. And so we left our place we live on the coast in the north bay area of California. We left our house about three in the morning to get to eighty five hundred feet elevation. And Carson pass in the Nevada is just after sunrise, and we're blessed with about six inches of fresh snow, of course, as the sun came up. It was literally melting under ver- feet, and we shot until we couldn't shoot anymore and prayed we had enough enough footage to fill in. The blanks, and and it all worked out pretty well, actually. But that was the only snow we got that. I think until later.

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