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"eighty four thousand dollars" Discussed on The Gargle
"Guest editors for this week's edition and he's holtzman and felicity ward. Welcome allowed just a quick question. Bureaus in the official of guest editor. What when we're editing. I had to take a half. Because his term editors really looks and the is like Celebrity fashion lines. We send you the we've created a new look over and give a judicious. John batchelor cup stuff. I'm going gonna cut out every turn it were was planning to siphon off fill of countries including like coming onto time recording though the front cover the magazine. This week is grimes posing next to a shallow unmarked grave while reading the art of war by sun suit and the satirical cartoon this week is facebook instagram. And whatsapp going down with the middle aged man sitting in front of the computer going. Oh no how will comedians ever know that. I understood their joke. Without my slightly worse version of it in the comments section of the headlines this week face because announced it will pull. Its plan to make instagram for kids. In continuous plan for toning all adults into overgrown teenagers with no impulse control and daniel craig were controversial pink jacket to the premiere of no time to die making him. The only adult male at the premiere not caused playing as james bond. Now let's get into out section this week out. Section is muse of of a very controversial piece of art. Felicity ward urine art critic. Can you explore the story for us. There is an artist. cold yen's hunting. I'm sure that i'm damaging his name. Is i atlanta. And he was commissioned to create an artwork from a decade ago which was a bunch of a bunch of money frame. I think that was. I'm i'm sure it was a little bit more days album methods money in a frame something like that. And instead what he's done is taken the money and philip. That took me a lot of time. And i don't think this is a enough money. And so he sent them to blank frames and he's renamed the pace take the money and round now. I didn't know if he knows the name of the gallery. But it's constant museum. How did you think he was to act constant by handsome my nightjar but he has to january twenty second to return the money. And you just know it's going to be something might out a pipe mashed. Don't you such a beautiful story. I feel like it's the pinnacle of conceptual art because every quote from the gallery is them carefully saying how show they are that he will return the money actually said i love the sentence this. Ceo of the museum. This is for medical laughed and said that you work reminds us that we work for money. If he doesn't need another remind police in eighty four thousand dollars to ten. I royal greg. I think in many ways that this this needs to be applauded really..
"eighty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"They're really interesting areas like laser surgery where you know that has come down tremendously in cost. But it's done outside of the existing system right and they're real market pressures of being applied there and we see the effects of technology in supply and demand and that is an area that continues to get more cost effective. So there's sort of pockets way you see technology being applied where you start to see improvements in productivity and reductions in costs but we've also got a system that is based on viva service in the moment and they're on incentives to their misaligned incentives in terms of people wanting to continue to do more rather than making sure that we're doing the right thing for the right patients gotta and so baumel's cost disease is really driving up healthcare spend overall and it sounds like you're technological improvements at least from my perspective. There's many new drugs that come on the ryo come into the market and have true impact on patient outcomes and health overall and so talk to me a little bit more about that. I mean yeah. I think the solution for solving healthcare costs all if that is even. I don't think of scoping a problem like that. It'd be far too broad but talk to me a little bit more about your how we should think about. Healthcare costs overall and in the context of farm specifically. Yeah so i think this is another one where you know so much of. The tension is on the cost of drugs and i think that the list price of drives is is something that draws a lot of attention in people hear about these million dollar gene therapies and everyone gets you know very concerned about that and it's really again. Are we asking the right question. Because we'll remember the eighty twenty rule and the you know twenty percent of things coz eighty percent of the problems and i think what went missing in healthcare is the drug cost is was about ten percent of the cost of healthcare. It's now gone up to about fifteen percent. A lot of the has been driven by new speciality drugs and high cost gene therapies but with still especially goes now fifty percent of total spend in the drug area. But it's not you know drug costs. Total is fifteen percent of health guest band been even if we take a little bit out of that would not gonna reduce healthcare. Spend dramatic right and so we need to be you know. The eighty twenty rule teaches us. We should go and look for the big. The big buckets of spain and go off to a lot of is to do with with care is delivered and healthcare systems and the cost of of services that being performed and so i think we worry a lot about how much spending on drugs but in many ways it sort of the the easy thing to point to because the price is the lowest prices of there and i think the other thing that you and i always that the list price is not what is. Actually he'd rights so yeah. I think we just need to be careful about. Whether we're we're really focusing on the right problem. I mean i think we certainly want to. There are concerns that we pay more for drugs here than in other countries but then again. There's a lot of arguments that say. It's the ability to recover the costs of of developing drugs. Which we know is tremendously expensive. That enables drives the innovation and if that ability to recover the cost of of drug development wasn't available in the us market that it may be those innovative products. Wouldn't get developed a quite such speed and so yeah. I think it's a. It's a drug pricing very complicated question. But i also think it's the it's the wrong thing to focus on. You know what what we really need to be looking at is where the big big bucket suspended and trying to reduce is right. And that's you focused on cost right. But i think there's this broader conversation still of what about value quality over cost. How do we address that. And i. i really think that you'll many of these life saving treatments that we just focus the conversation on new to market therapies. That have differentiated outcomes. There's a significant value equation there and value driver if we look at the Reduction in healthcare spaniard the improve quality of life over a longitudinal way over many years. And so tell me more about that. Tell me about focusing on the complete picture of the value side rather than just the costs. Yeah i think that's that's a really great question 'cause when we think about severity was one of the first. That really cool is the a lot of concern you know. It was eighty four thousand dollars for this twelve weeks of treatment and everyone focused on the eighty four thousand dollars in how crazy that was but you know that a lot of people The manufacturer that had spent a lot of time understanding that this was a drug that was going to chew up. People from hep c. In was probably gonna mean that. They weren't gonna need a liver transplant later on. And when you looked at the cost to the system of hep c. Patient overall and you turn them from a hempseed patient and that lifetime cost to making that goal. Why then you would argue that. Eighty four thousand dollars was extra tremendous value and then when you was fumbling the fact that nobody actually pays eighty four thousand dollars for the net. Prices is lower than that. Then you know. I think many as we we as a system got great value from that product. And so that's where i think we really need to understand what is the. What is that drug replace. And that's why these gene therapies also are often so expensive not only really small patient audience but more importantly if they're taking a patient that has a condition that's gonna affect them for life in were able to remove that then we can use something like you know the value of those life years that are improved to understand like i think the constantly is qualities that is often use out of this and we can look out what what is the value of of that improvement in life for the saving of a life and often the the cost of the drug is related to to that value is to bring an and. That's you know if we can if we can make that equation work and we're willing to have tough conversations about what what is life worth in what is improved life where i think we can. We can more readily get towards a value based discussion. That makes sense for everybody. And you know we hear this a lot in the industry about this notion value based contracting driving towards that. and you're just hearing a little bit more about uva leear. You guys are in a unique position. Having that data right and working with both of pharma and the health plan side to truly understand that value equation which i think so often you know is one of the challenges of constructing value these contracting while. What data do us. How do we measure the improvement. Had we attributed to the therapy of choice. Yeah that's the big challenge would moving to ta- value based contracts instead of fee for service. Is you know it's not the case that in every therapeutic area that this clear in points clear diagnostics that we can use to show his his definite improvement in name condition. That therefore means that it was worth taking that therapy and so i think this tremendous pressure to move towards value based approaches in. I think where it's possible. And i think we're continuing to see new diagnostic tests being developed new capabilities for doing this. I think we'll just continue to see a graduate shipping ally in a movement towards value based on price. Just because it's it's ultimately the right way to do things. I'm also thinking that the other part of the question that we haven't dug into two is just instead of trying to jewish people. How do we stop getting sigma for this place right. That's hard. that's the other piece here right. We spend all this money preventing acas from getting sick and doing scheduled guidance and May we should be doing a little bit more of that with with ourselves. As as humans right we we value.
"eighty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Suburban Folk
"Dollars a year right now Twenty years at number will be up to one hundred twenty thousand dollars so you know inflation will make that more expensive and as i said one in two people will need long term care at some point in their lives. People are living longer than they ever did. And you know it's a consideration that not a lot of people think of that you know. That's very real and they'd rather bury their heads in the sand on. Yeah which is not really going to be the way to go for. I feel like anything. Financial is probably not going to be your your best strategy and insurance goes hand in hand with most of the questions. Eric that i have for you again. Just like with the health insurance conversation. Is there anything really pertinent. We missed in the universal life area. There's there's one thing that that you should keep in mind There is it is at the top twenty. Five percent of incur income. Earners in this country pay eighty six percent of all the taxes. And you're considered top twenty five if you make over eighty four thousand dollars a year. Those are people that have tax problems right. The rest of people were making it under eighty. Four thousand are have the cash flow problems. And those are the people who dave ramsey's in the susan suzie orman but for those who have a tax problem The strategy should be to bring your rate at or close to zero possible and you can accomplish this with with strategic investments like a universal life policy with taking tax deferred investments paying the taxes. Now and then you know avoiding a a really expensive a future because nobody knows what the tax rates are going to be in the future right. It's just you're going into retirement. Whatever the government wants to charge you at that time and it causes a lot of uncertain. Yeah and of course what. The government will do next multiple multiple hours worth of conversation right. Yeah absolutely for sure. I mean it's scary to think about it. Think about you going into retirement in five years in the market has a major correction your this kitty of money that you thought you have is is now only worth you know. A certain percentage of what it was and you know that makes for a lot of stress so we didn't talk about annuities at all but the key to a happy retirement he stress for your retirement is guaranteed lifetime income and vehicle that you can borrow from us for long term care to supplement that that'll just put your finances in the place where they need to be so you don't have to worry about outliving your money and bear markets that may come in. The future is a completely separate avenue similar but of course its own path in its own consideration. So maybe we'll get. That went in for next time. But before i let you go do you wanna go ahead and give folks your contact information where they can find you on social media and if you have any events or promotions wanna let people know about sure so i am on lincoln and facebook a pure sheri- on facebook ends..
"eighty four thousand dollars" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"I'm just kind notice my own writing to the reader actually reading the book that was. That's pretty much. What i just said leads off from this awful situation like leading into to this. Is the job interviews so to speak so it in its first season in the motor city. The team lost the team. Lost more than games. It also lost eighty four thousand dollars. The cougars plainly needed help while ottawa was in boston for the playoff series against the bruins adams heard that the that the detroit club was looking for a new manager to placed replaced dunkin. Who who was giving up the reigns to play for the maple leafs adams wasted little time and letting it be known that he wanted the detroit post. He took the most direct route. The late frank collar then president the nhl was the man holding the most influence as to who would replace duncan at the helm of the cougars sauntering. Brashly into colors office adams through his bid for the job the job down there in detroit and make those boys contenders claimed atoms. I've been involved in this game for a long time. And i've played onto stanley cup champions. Mr hughes needs me more than i need him. I want the coaching job. Mr called her he blurted. What do you think calder. Lean back in his chair and surveyed the tents veteran with a with a critical and judging i it was a long minute in the life of one hopefully eager john james adams jack called her finally said. I think you're just the man for the job now. Mike and then he took it after. You got the job. You know spoiler alert again. You got the job. That's what i mean so this all so this is the so the file one. I wanted to show real quick picture for anybody. I'll describe it for anybody the to listen to the podcast on the final picture with the patches on his show. Yeah that's been a lot of attention with that patch in the corner so these this is. This is something that. I've never quite figured out. Exactly i mean it's it's easy to understand what you're looking at here what we're looking. I'll describe for those that can't see. That are listen to the show so jacket so jacket on. This is jack adams when he i hated his first year in detroit as an upper left hand corner..
"eighty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Caught fire earlier this month at one eighty three and Cameron wrote a rocks in flames once again this morning not only is the second fire at that exact location this month it's also the second fire at a homeless camp of the day shortly before four o'clock this morning to people living in a homeless camp off Stastny lane were rushed to the hospital they are said to have life threatening birds the central health district is being urged to offer housing vouchers to homeless council member and kitchens as many Medicaid managed companies are starting to pay for housing because obviously we all know that when people have a place to live they can recover better or they don't get as sick in the first place and on the heels of news that eleven thousand homeless people got services from central health last year she says it is time to step into the housing game but CEO my gaze on says their focus is and has been indigent healthcare not to say the future boards can come and start looking at this housing voucher but we just haven't gotten into that arena of central health already spent more than twenty five million dollars a year just on home was healthcare all prices continue to creep up across central Texas in Austin average price last month was created eighty four thousand dollars off the board of realtors says that's thirteen percent higher than January of last year but the highest growth has been in Caldwell county or home prices are up sixty two percent from a year ago and the Austin city council is expected to take action today on the Zilker Zephyr train Jordan tools brought up by freshman councilmember page Ellis throughout the city will start negotiations to have the Austin parks foundation manage the park train and should an agreement with the foundation fall through the ordinance also directs city manager Spencer croc to find suitable alternative solutions to keep the ride running with the report due back to council by.
"eighty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Stage because I am a Delaware with us Hey guys how are you are you welcome welcome to Nashville thank you where do you live Macomb township Michigan all right good to have you guys and all the way to Nashville to do a debt free screen how much of it paid off eighty four thousand four hundred and fourteen dollars good for you how long does this take you twenty four months wow in your range of income during that time we start off at seventy thousand and we ended up at a hundred and ten wow Mikey jump yeah thank you what you guys do for a living a production supervisor and I'm a quality technician very good good for you guys kind of debt was just eighty four thousand dollars we paid off for home well we're going to we're I love it very cool so what's a self worth about two sixty two seventy wow how old are you guys thirty six and thirty seven unbelievable then you are paid for house yes you're so weird set up so does not aware though it has because of field and I have a payment in the war free amazing gas a gas so what happened tell me the story how do you get here there's young SO in two thousand eight heard about a few at our church when I started attending and alone once I got on board I came home and I told all about it and she was with that so it may be easier a lot a lot easier is like that yeah so much debt that you all have other than other than the house back in a way no we have anything else just a house so you're already fairly conservative yes but you just said I think we can do this yup okay and you want their financial future virtually okay yep so then she joined on board and about two years ago once the kids started going to school and they don't get a job we sort of both working opposite ships and another able to offer that we work our **** off and we did it yes yeah now you get that extra big chunk a income coming in you look down to go why not let's knock this out yeah yeah fairy cool very cool so when people find out you're like thirty seven years old never pay for house what do they say to you religious like really yes I mean like they found a unicorn or some yeah it's hard for them to believe that we paid off our house I think because so many people are not used to it find it weird but I usually just turn around and we encourage I'm inspired him to do the same so yeah of course absolutely we can't help but say gosh it's great we have come over on the ship that screwed over here this is awesome it's a bloody relates to be yeah so what do you tell people the key to getting out of that if you did it you're successful be on a budget uhhuh for sure being on a budget staying positive don't look back once you're in the race just keep chugging along and kill any negative comments that may be thrown your way or some people may tell you it's impossible you know just stay positive and you need a good reminder around you you know do whatever it takes yeah and work your **** off absolutely yelled at you had put in the hours maybe turn up the heat yeah and now you work like no one else no you can work like no one else you don't mean that we will use the grown under those we'll be millionaires if you look at it that is the nature that is next chapter in your story for sure well done well so who were your biggest cheerleaders we really didn't let a lot of people know we just kind of went along and their own thing so how did you did you do this in twenty four months or two years then you really were put in a lot of hours I mean it's nice to be stand here in the lights in the glamour and hearing Ramzi solution of doing that freeze frame but there were some long weeks movie in this twenty four months to keep track of this to stay motivated we actually end up we make it a poster where we kept track every amount that we send then we kept track that way we will look at the poster we're like okay we're at this base and now we got to go with that base and we were all the way around and we once we got closer it just it became unbelievable sauces well it while we paid off that much money in two years I have become the cause of a lot of adults drawing stuff on poster board I really have I've caused a lot of sales of poster board I need to get my own plans the poster board official thing to draw your thermometer owner draw your chart on or whatever lot of stuff a rant on bedroom walls on the walls for generators around America drawn by adults because they're going to do what you got to see it yeah you really do you got to you got to come up with something or you go there's a construction paper chain whatever it is I mean that kind of stuff you gotta do stuff like that I got I kind of feel it can't just otherwise it feels like a grind you're never gonna get out of yeah yeah and then when I was at work working Knowles long hours on put my headphones on and I'll listen to you all the time and that helped a lot heroes of the debt free screams yes and now you're encouraging someone this at work right now yup they're hearing your story right now they're tired and it's worth it at night yes only that is the traveled through all year ago and we have your picture so you signed one of our books and we just so happen to travel from Florida back to mission we stopped at your old studio yeah and we washed college student do their debt free scream I think coming in here helps a lot and for the people that are here it's a great thing to hear other people do it because it really doesn't spire and give you that extra push that you really need when you see somebody else is doing their screen it really makes you want to do yours as well there is plenty of losers out there to you there's plenty people at work or family members or say you can't do that absolutely everybody's going to have a market you just don't understand yeah that's only for rich people yeah man man man man man man yeah there's always somebody running their mouth and you gotta keep the positive stuff come at you know it's not just a trick but it's you do become who you hang around with us so you're exactly right thanks for pointing that out very well done well congratulations you I can tell you everybody Ramsey's product including dive they well done very proud of it good job good job we archer and for your heroes thank you got a copy of Chris's book for you every day millionaires number one best selling book our gift to you to say congratulations and here come the kiddos into the picture what are their names and ages this is but NASA is nine years old she just had a birthday she seven and a half we got chase was five all rights and got the picture poster board held up here ready to go I love it got the domino baseball thing going eighty four thousand four hundred and fourteen dollars and twenty four months all figured out right there that's exactly how you do it well done so they've been practicing their debt free yeah but they have a better rate at mom and dad working less hours yeah you work like no one else now you can spend a lot time you've changed your family tree so proud of the house and everything thousand adelpha nestlings he injects from the Detroit Michigan area eighty four thousand four hundred and fourteen dollars everything paid off in twenty four months so let's hear a debt free screen muncher three two one is done right there.
"eighty four thousand dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Out of California Lake Tahoe shares police there are responding to is an avalanche at a ski resort they are saying that several people are unaccounted for it's very early in this but will continue to keep you updated on that governor Pritzker announced today that he's asked the university of Illinois board to expand free tuition for low income families that would allow up to half of all households in the state to qualify for free to wish I believe that they will be able to implemented by the end of this month but it sh yeah what I mean to say is that people who are applying for the new school year in the fall we'll be able to access that ten percent increase the news the news comes days after you buy announced it would be increasing in state tuition for freshmen for the first time since two thousand fourteen the flu numbers are out for the second week of January WGN's Ryan burrows been going over a hill a flu activity remains widespread for a fourth consecutive week however the number of new cases of flu actually fell for a second consecutive week each metro area in Illinois side decreases except for the Rockford area just over four percent of all outpatient visits to hospitals and clinics in Illinois have been related to the flow that's about double the average rate there has been one pediatric death in the states so far this season Kreisberg WGN news Chicago gathered for the annual interfaith breakfast honor Martin Luther king junior today they're like food was there and she took advantage of the event to urge leaders on hand to encourage participation in the sense of your part make sure that you talk about the sense is that you get counted yourself and that everyone in your household in your family in your faith community everywhere that you are in your network that you're asking have you been countless sensors number will determine federal aid for the city she said Chicago had an abysmal count of only sixty six percent ten years ago prosecutors say a former manager to Glen view plastic surgery center took a hundred eighty four thousand dollars in cash from the business forty five year old Juliet a goalie on those extra is convicted or other should take charged with doing that over a period of three years president trump is added former Bill Clinton special prosecutors Ken Starr and Robert ray to his impeachment legal team Alan Dershowitz is joining as well the president welcome the twenty nineteen college football champions the LSU Tigers to the White House today take pictures behind the resolute desk it's been there a long time a lot of presidents some good some not so good but he got a good one now even.
"eighty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"One Christopher Cruz and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters security experts warn Iran's retaliation for the U. S. is targeted killing of its top general is likely to include cyber attacks Iran's state backpackers are already among the world's most aggressive and could inject male where the triggers major disruptions to the U. S. public and private sector potential targets include manufacturing facilities oil and gas plants and transit systems meantime on a down day for U. S. stocks yesterday cybersecurity stocks advanced more from Bloomberg Charlie Pellett John hold quest director of intelligence analysis of the cyber security firm FireEye said Iran has largely resisted carrying out attacks in the U. S. so far but quote given the gravity of this event we are concerned any restraint they may have demonstrated could be replaced by a resolve to strike closer to home FireEye and crowd strike both gained two point six percent Palo alto networks was up by six tenths of one percent Charlie palette Bloomberg radio apple chief executive officer Tim cook made one hundred twenty five million dollars and the company's twenty nineteen fiscal year that was less than the year before due in part to a lower bonus cook got a three million dollar salary a seven point seven million dollar bonus last year and eight hundred eighty four thousand dollars in perks and other compensation the one hundred twenty five million total compensation was down from the one thirty six million cook made a year earlier Bloomberg has learned fly wheel sports the operator of spin boutiques is close to selling its studios to the owner of New York sports clubs one source says town sports international holdings may announce a purchase as early as next week global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg I'm very results of your listening to masters in business on Bloomberg radio.
Amazon Product Differentiation with Jon Tilley of ZonGuru
"We must come into the question of differentiates Because as you said half of as the data side I guess this is more human side. I'd a kind of POL division mud pop. Because obviously he shows up in convention percent- wonderful looking at different from the house. But tell maybe about differentiation. How would you start again particularly from the newcomers perspective as you're looking the markets are against one of the decisions which is the focus of this episodes in learn how to go into a particular market to the data and you've got some kind of school for the listing optimization? Couldn't placement of the main key was use of images videos is in hospital contents. ABC So how do you consider the differentiation pieces prophet market decision and the topic specifically. I think we could talk for days on our on differentiation. I think it's going back points of what I said. which is it's fifty percents? Data's fifty take the decision. The other fifty percents that creative entrepreneurial focused around. Hey can I actually differentiate this product talking not connect with my customer. I can do this bit in the competition in. This is a bunch of ways to tackle. Let's I think that's the first points on that. Is that anybody. Here's launching. A product on Amazon has to differentiate their product in some way whether that's the simple ways through through images in visually or through your brand and through How you communicate that product to customers or obviously final differentiation? We actually changing the product. Whatever whatever range of things that you look at you have to differentiate in in in some way because It's it's not how you can beat your competition. But it's time to the elder in light of you can get Click and then get a high conversion Amazon is GonNa see you as making money for them. They're going to send you more traffic and you're GONNA do better rights you've got to differentiates in some way. I would say even before you looking. Well I guess once you've looked at the data and looking at parts idea. I think it's really going back to and a standing and doing a lot of work around your Avatar so Amazon so much a targeted audience. The more you can understand who you'll talk audiences. What the what the needs? Aw what are they once. What what what are they hate? What do they share and ready breaking it down doing some research Knitting that down your. You've got much more inputs to to how you're going to French. Agile product so that you can connect that that customer note for you on on an emotional level and a functional level which which is really important side though. Those are the kinds of things we I would. I would say anybody. Anybody who's going into Amazon wants the data office question would be how old you know you'll you'll you'll target audience and how much work done around best and if the roof is done then the second point is how do you differentiate but the trigger on differentiation is not to commercialize its commercial. But it's you ride it's a Yukon Yukon overcapitalize on your differentiations. You don't have any nick margin when you saw the product and that's a really tricky thing that a lot of people get wrong in the space they think. Okay Great. I had twenty dollars Kong's product and I'm going to go and spend ten dollars on my packaging because I think it's GonNa make that. He's GonNa stand up so much better than everything else. But you've just. I would capitalize on your products. You've got absolutely no money to to it with unit margin so those Entrepreneurs ones we actually find a product. Yeah they can charge a bunch and differentiated in a way which doesn't ads your your your your colleagues in a mess. Voice important piece just to get right. Absolutely interested in China eliminate Ola three reckonings at coke's cost of goods sold on the full one. Yes I absolutely agree in a non. I'm very glad you brought that up. Because a lot of people obsess. There are two things I want to reflect by. I think is so critical for my experience in working with a lot of new space. Many of whom DVD really well well Of How people do over million dollars on the back of some of what we've done on many do nothing as a lot of people never get around to actually selling but as you do as you said that the massive temptations to it's better in a general way on as you say the destroys the profit margin if you're not careful so about the first thing to say and the second thing you've just understand understand your customer Avatar. I guess putting those two pieces together if you understand exactly what some of the needs of a particular person you can provide that service for that particular person that does exactly the jump. They need but doesn't try and be singing dancing. Netflix Maki net margin him. And not taking for what. You've just been saying Satochi of that Can we take a bit further into that. How would how do you indeed differentiate something for a particular type of customer and keep your net margin is is the sixty eighty four thousand dollar question in my experience so I think the the the first thing there is to get information from your appetite so we actually have a unique tool called the love? Hate tool funny enough which is essentially what it does is for any given category Nisha looking at equal would cowed. How'd or the phrases around positive reviews and negative reviews force specific category And Star in a couple of minutes. You'll you'll have this word cod with with common phrases. What people have what people hate which is an important piece of information input into how he differentiated products bakery you can see all the common themes all trains and unique things that you can solve for the products that are space on not solving full? So that is again going back to commercial viability and and and how you defend your product. You have to start with with with the research. The information and that's the really critical way of getting into in terms of how I differentiate my products. I like to I think about those two to keep things which is one and if I could function differentiated how would I do that. And then to if I could visually differentiated based on aesthetic or or likes that stuff. How would would I do that? And I would lean towards the full obviously because if you can functionally differentiates that. That's an important thing but the second question on functional differentiation Hawkins talking to do that without a massive cost without. It's completely changing molds. Were things like that so again. That comes to radio understanding what your Avatar needs. It's rights and and it might be can't one the other day and it might be the way the doesn't have this additional said of ZIP ties. That are coming up with something that could be something very simple on on that on that level so those are things that I look at and then and I think that you'll brandon and your images is the first thing you should be doing and even today give doing a much better job with that but you can do so much and I still come across people well here in just a few dollars Going onto five at to get images win win win this the one of the most critical things to to businesses. Really shitty things in the right way and going off of Amazon and looking at the top brands any product launch. I'll take my brand literally. Put it in a in a in a image sit did with the top five world will brands for that products and say hey can I sipped with these with these. Brands does not does not product stack up against these top brands in space and I. I think everyone should do that as an exercise. which you look at? How does your brand with the top brands in the world because we have all the tools that we can compete with these days? So you've you've got you've got to really put some evidence that
"eighty four thousand dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Talked about this last hour bears repeating once again because I just think it's the funny most funny story of the day and that is whether Joe Biden called a guy fat were said look fax okay so again let's play the bite and this was in Iowa where one attendee took on Biden in terms of broaching hunter Biden the job he got at the Ukrainian gas company and Biden getting him the job and this man basically implying are actually saying out right that the only reason why hunter Biden got the job was so a corrupt Ukraine government would have access to the vice president I'd states right time seems kind of plausible when you think about it considering that hunter Biden had no experience working at a gas company didn't speak the language got paid eighty four thousand dollars he here to do it how do I get that job yeah anyway so here's Biden getting angry at the question what okay look fat yeah so his campaign spokespersons month Sanders says to be clear any assertion by VP Biden said a word about the gentleman's appearance is making something it is not okay I'm a little I'm a liberal in the room so can I say okay but I think I just want to finish what she signed sorry in the latter part of the exchange to be P. began to say look fax then said here's the deal you decide kind of reminds me of the whole thing that happened the Simpson's one time or Montgomery burns what happened to Mister burns yes homers boss right he enters a Film Festival makes a film basically about himself right and in the end people hated so much in the crowd that they begin to boo him to which then his assistants mother's going over that no they're not blowing you they're saying something else.
"eighty four thousand dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Lists the Anju in Long Beach was of answer yeah Hey Mike I just want to take issue with you and the P. S. cells for the giants I think the unique situation the giants had with a hat thirteen thousand fans controlling seventy six thousand seats the P. S. cells actually made it there are four giant fans to be able to get tickets really well you know what the giants should a left the real fans and then taking care of people like the motels what eight hundred tickets and taking care of those problems okay that that would have been fine you know the motel family whoever had big chunks of tickets going back to automobiles family or whatever you had oil whoever had used chunks of tickets going back many years but to take the fans who follow them forever from stadium the stadium the stadium and had tickets inside the forties and had them for their life and then all of a sudden those tickets it was gonna cost them eighty four thousand dollars before they board a ticket wasn't fair it will it was not it was not fair and now what you have is those tickets are controlled by people or companies or broke is who just sell them to whoever and half the time then full when they're bad and they all the time they're in the the other people's the other teams of jerseys also in those seats yeah but Mike again you know up until whenever the PSL started two thousand nine whenever you with thirteen thousand always good to have we sent you had this stadium then that reward you had a stadium then that was an enormous home field advantage one when does that happen with the new stadium well it's a function of the team that's just a function of the team it's a function of the stadium to that stadium was a mistake from the beginning well I can control the tickets well I'll tell you who cares I was a fan I'm only really are you going to do you sell I do I'm a fan since and you and you go to guys so every game I don't go to every point out you got you got the availability once you go because they all okay so you won't have a blank ways you don't want to buy them when they're bad and you want to be able to buy and when they're good I want to be able to go when I want to go and people that some fans do you have season tickets to defer gives is and I couldn't get them for fifty years and still love right and you guys season tickets now and you don't even go well I don't go for a lot of reasons why don't you go well I might have something going on what you want to take it's Mike I'm people I don't think all thirteen thousand or personal affair two thousand people control the old stadium that's a done again that's nonsense do what you did you have to sit in those seats in those days yes I did I or no seats every day every game and you know what they would die all as they were dial as they were there all the time through thick and thin that's gone in that stadium a lot of them were selling tickets because I will listen listen they were into the lot of them were there all the time this silly Monday night taking it in like the Monday night game a lot of them are still there will become the third now though they're in the third deck right now well because they can't afford to sit downstairs are it was one of those thirteen thousand people it is the only giant fans after your opponent giant fancy or only both ways second so now was so now no one goes there no it's not yeah the P. eighty with you should have to pay eighty four thousand the control for seeds of that stadium well I'm I'm trying here you should have told page eighty four thousand seat licenses the control for you to that stadium well that's ridiculous well that's what we really want but that's that's not that's not fair at any price ever Regis but Mike I would never have had an opportunity tech giants you just bought tickets before you could avoid them anyway he said you're born in when they were playing with in those days anyway and I usually only go once in awhile anyway wise what's changed nothing you said you went in those days and then there you go once in awhile I don't get it the fact that there were loopholes in there and there were people who broke is to add seats and families that had used chunks of seeds you know what that's all fine and good but they have talked about the fans who were there okay I'm not talking about the brokers you have brokers in every scenario of season tickets you got brokers that's part of the deal as part of the currency of their business you have people controlling seats will going to sell and that's just the way the world works there's no way you can stop that in any sport Nick and I mean Tony in though since I was a phony yes right first of All I Want to say you're gonna be missed I was always a pleasure trying to hear you when you have a big story and we need your take on it and then if not can be replaced thank you but some happy holidays thank you so far the Irishman I thought it was a very good movie I really enjoyed it the bombing of the gangster hood and what have you and the act like it was the nam yeah acting very good but I like acting can't beat the acting head of things and I mean those guys are all great actors everyone of them even you even some of the guys ray Romano did a nice job Harvey Keitel and it is that they're just really well done yes we don't want and I see her she went in and will ward down the line I really do like it you with his performance was very guys okay she's performance was excellent I agree as far as the giants I look at the Chinese like a look eleven on past history it's a whole different organization just the way they're going about a lot is a guy issue differences the guys who were here with the Knicks have never won anything the guys who were there with the giants have won four super bowls and been the five super bowls they know what they're doing they've done it they've they've experienced success John Mayer is listed as the mayor families lifted the trophy five times four four wins in the end and see one of the year when the cream the Vikings and got beaten by a you know by ravens Nick joins us was of Nick Hey Mike you know I know you touched on the case and Schirmer and the coaching and and you know when I watch those guys and having much football as many of us had for awhile it just seems like they're in a different universe and you know there's no command there's no there's no presence and and my question is is you know are those guys kind of a product to use quick to qualify and it felt like when you look at coaching across the NFL compared to what the old guard was do you think that it's you know the coaching now is it is diluted or is it just a product of or that you know I think I think like everything else the coaching is diluted the I I don't think there's a lot of good NFL head coaches I really don't I I think there's I think there's a handful of guys who were who was solid head coaches in the NFL a handful the couple of the guys that are on proving yet that I have to see more of a track record from you know yeah like so far what you see from Frankreich you like what you see from from very able they both look like they have an idea what they're doing but I mean there's a there's a handful of guys who were really the guy who surprise me I have to admit that was turned out to be a good coaches Pete Carroll I I didn't when he was here he was very immature he really was and he has grown into a good coach though he was always going to be a good defensive coordinator he learned on the but grant but Pete is grown into a very yeah he runs a solid program has got a good call back no question but speech does a good job with the same year in year out I mean the but the the team he's one of the key one and they've got a bill some and they keep one of them they're really the in a very he's done a very good job of he's been a big surprise Sean Payton's good coach we know that all was a good coach solid job you know there's a guy was a special teams coach so and not Sir and and teams never looked the special teams coaches for for head coaches and there is a is been very few guys ever became specials is very few guys was first imposed ever became head coach only a couple more of Levi George Allen coach defense and special teams the premier the some special teams very few Thailand broken what's up down Hey Mike is going to say I thank you for the good times thank you for that thank you very much how so actually New York of it actually makes you job old one reason fan I was at the game the other day my body to big niner fan it was just that their stadium with electric it was great we got so we can sit down to six hours but it was a great game from start to finish but one thing that the reason they're doing that a lot of teams aren't doing as much is there the lighting their fourth down there playing with four downs were every other team is playing with stories they get in fourteen shortlists because they run the ball so much that they you know they feel like they're they're planet almost like you know a little bit like the big like Oklahoma Houston football like navy does in football where they yeah they feel like they can get three down they if they feel like they can get three oz every down so that means in in four tries they're going to get a first down so they they actually I believe yes right seventy five percent of their four down yes listen I understand that listen their of their lethal force in short team my meal the team's art but with that quarterback you know and they're running ability there a lethal force in short team and now it's like maybe navy if you watched maybe play they don't want I mean they go on fourth down I mean you know at the end and they know they don't have any defense anyway but they they go on fourth down because they think we're gonna be fourth in short we're gonna make it to your point that's what hall Barney organization that they went to Annapolis because as you know they're right there learn from their system yes and that's that's the you know is is a system that's an off shoot well it's a a lot of our triple option but it's also an off shoot a lot of the stuff the Paul Johnson is run you know and he's kind of a fellow only in lean times obviously and lady is but I mean he's a very well renowned coach and guy who you know has been very much involved in option football and so they know that they did use a lot of navy stuff is very all the stop and the key the navy being good is always the same it is not the half back in the way navy plays it's the quarterback in the full back if they all good you know stop it they can get half backs it's the quarterback and the full back that you can't stop back after this.
"eighty four thousand dollars" Discussed on WJR 760
"In the five nine nine five seven that's our phone number and a number where you can Texas we're in the final hour of the show so that means we always try to load up with your comments on what's going on in the news will we've covered what other people of coverage which is seen on television read in the newspaper except for it's a trip we talk about it all let's go to Zack he soon I but I believe it's a Boca Michigan is that right yes now where is it located Zack and I'm not familiar to about twenty miles what support here I'll be done done real small town a few of the motor just one or two yeah thank you well good morning to you calling thank you yes I just want to make a comment on the impeachment thank you like they said the Democrats pretty much new year ahead of time the trump had to do the and I'm wondering if the new timing they didn't do that to set him up so they knew we would complain about not being able to be there so now that can give them cause to may be delayed until he does get back in town and then they say they're going to give me another chance to come in and say ha got you knew you wouldn't come in you know just keep dragging that stuff loads Merial growing older wouldn't be surprised to do you really expect the president to show up and and testify in front of them only because they don't either that's true what they do if they do it this way then you know of you can see how that will you know all the games I play your soul yeah this kind of figures that they would try to pull something like that not only that but to give it time to delay it so we can see the I. G.'s report it all kind of a parallel thing maybe sure well and the other part is you know we've we've heard so much from other people hear about the the conversation that he had over the fall with president so let's give the Ukraine and and not one person who heard the conversation can make a citation of anything that represented any kind of pay off quid pro quo or anything and nothing not one and the right you know the only people who say that our people are saying well I heard from this person heard from that person who heard the phone conversation and it's like third hand stuff and it's not not part of any of us will it kind of brings up the other point is he's like the first witness that you want to talk to the guy hadn't killed there in the fall now can they don't want to bring him and yeah yeah you would think they would you don't question him I mean he's telling flat out not the one on you you can't leave it on the horse's mouth you know and then I get mad at him and and he's not he's not stepping up and saying what's the definition of is you know it's it's that part so all righty listen appreciate the call you be well out there and so you had everybody in the port Huron area for us you too thank you I'll take care let's go to Grosse Pointe mark you are next up here on the Frank Beckman show Hey mark hi Greg Hey I don't eat you start with more bad it private beginning of the show and you left out the thing about the bidens if there's a phone follow everything you've ever mention the no ball why did he want investigate Biden this is our arrival here but the electric my hold on hold on what did he really say low what is it what he said is you know you go you couldn't you couldn't do some good by investigating the bidens here and why did he do that because we're giving them a ton of money that's why he wanted to make sure that the money was going to be well spent and not just handed out as as part of some bribery scheme that may or may not be bad travelling under his administration exactly but the third or fourth excuse that they came up with when the money got released this because the whistle blower was out there no no no no that's not true no no no the money got released it was supposed to be released by September the thirtieth that was the date it was it was race stuff it was released on September the eleventh whether came before or after the whistle blower is immaterial because right now why did Kim couple weeks after yeah but so what I mean that's it it was it was it was when I had get the bite what's that why is he investigating justified wait wait wait because here's nothing about this okay this is your money this your tax money in Washington that's being used for other countries all others forty thousand that Ukrainians trying to fight the Russians yeah right so any rate and and sold these these people get up no we're not that's the whole point we were not holding it up nothing got held up they got the money and on the internet no no no no no what what got held up with any kind of made under president Obama that's that's the truth well that's what we're talking about right now all I see we don't want we don't want to address that I'm just using that information I'm okay I'm just using it as a comparison okay because this president this president said I want to make sure that our money is not wasted by a corrupt administration and they've had a lot of corruption in this country including this special prosecutor who refused to investigate hunter Biden who is getting the you know all this money eighty four thousand dollars a month being paid by this company in which she had no experience whatsoever so the so that's why the president wanted to make sure that my tax money and your tax money warrant going to be wasted and handed away to people who are on the take but you know that he did it think of it this way he didn't want to leave the money on the end of a dark airport runway and around for the one person that was I ran twenty anyway yeah so what no it was in our country was in our our control and we sent it back to them right right exactly the sanctions would put out against him and them that we removed the sanctions when we remove the sanctions even though they were going ahead with their nuclear program.
"eighty four thousand dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"A luxury car expense instead of advertisements another typical expenses associated with competitive campaigns you just basically have a slush fund that you're allowed to use to pay for a large percentage of your life so while you can't give yourself a big gobs of cash out of your campaign war chest you can live off of it and keep a big gobs of cash your personal money that you otherwise would have spent on things like traveling money stuff like that mix reported more than one million dollars in total receipts during the twenty eighteen cycle twenty eighteen when he got stuck a squeaker victory with eighty one percent of the vote in the primary and no body running against him in the general election of that money nearly eight hundred thousand was transferred from other committees including the national realtors political action committee so on and so forth his campaign spent nearly as much as it raised now how do you go about spending a million dollars when you don't have an opponent if nobody shows up literally nobody shows up except you you're the only one who remembers that there's an election you win unless you don't vote for yourself you win you win by a landslide you'll have one hundred percent of the vote Natalie one but still you'll have one hundred percent of the vote what are you spending money on Meeks who will not face any opponent in the twenty twenty cycle has raised six hundred and forty four thousand dollars for through the first three quarters of this year now remember we're still a year away from the election and he's already got six hundred and forty four thousand dollars now last time it was a million so he's already a well ahead of that pays because Democrats are in the majority lobbyists special interest groups they line up and they cut checks to Democrats they used to cut checks the Republicans who were in safe districts because while they were in power and you got to ingratiate yourself to the people in power now you better ingratiate yourself to the people in power and they just happen to be Democrats keep in mind this is all legal because they write the rules read let's see filing show his committee has so far spent three hundred and eighty four thousand dollars including money that has gone to the company owned by his aides wife because you know you want to spread the wealth around you want to help out other people that how you would ask I would ask I think most people would hear that he's running unopposed Republicans are not putting anybody up against him nobody's challenging him in the Democratic Party he's spent almost four hundred thousand dollars a year before the election on what on what well New York business records show that enough on my E. I. N. N. A. incorporated is registered to Patsy Simmons who acts as makes campaign treasurer a typically unpaid position but when you've got more money than god and you don't have to spend a dime of it to win reelection you can you know spread it around to your friends make sure everybody's got a taste Patsy Simmons is married to Robert Simmons Meeks district chief of staff in his Jamaica New York office makes campaign committee has made three payments to Anna totaling twenty two thousand five hundred dollars so far this year his campaign filings show in a was paid another four thousand dollars by makes leadership pac so not only does he have his campaign coffers he has a political action committee so if your Max out to his his campaign directly and you still want to ingratiate yourself to this member of Congress never member he's just the example the vast majority of them do this if you've maxed out to the campaign you can cut another big check to the political action committee the new payments this cycle come on the heels of sixty thousand dollars that Meeks pushed into the company during the twenty eighteen cycle again when he ran unopposed since twenty ten the campaign has paid the company more than two hundred thousand dollars company of his top aide you got to get rid of that money got to spend that money you're raising that money why not spread it around to the people closest to you this is where it gets really interesting and where I'd I would think where a normal person would look at this and go that's bad sketchy Meeks larges disbursement this year his disbursements this year have gone towards American Express credit card payments nearly one hundred and twenty five thousand dollars how again do you spend a hundred and twenty five thousand dollars in one year the year before an election when nobody is running against you when nobody is challenging you you've got that happened pot of all Tappan parts you have absolutely unfettered runway in front of you you are going to win and somehow he's racking up a hundred twenty five thousand dollars on his amex card on that the campaign amex card he's also lining the pockets of consultants nearly fifty five thousand dollars.
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"And for those WWE pay per view tickets over the target center yes yes Sam who's the best producer you've ever had after he just always expect the best using the most appropriate music of respect man I see you know I don't want to derail the show so I will say Sam zero zero one you're a very wise and so Sam clearly and and obviously it's you thank you for your work I will take whatever when I can for those you can't see at home Sam's got a baseball bat the control board was no other answer to this question before we before we take the exit ramp on the on the impeachment inquiry for you a let's go ahead and grab one more phone call somebody wants to comment Brian from forest lake good morning welcome to Twin Cities news talk and what are your thoughts on the on the now finished thank goodness impeachment inquiry hearings morning thank you so I forget her name the former ambassador to Ukraine the the woman yesterday hello she testified that the last time we gave the green money that money disappear never went through anything it was a cold yeah yeah that's that's it was a hunter widened holding up from them yeah end of that money was put into the bank that's owned by the same guy and the only reason why it's how how is that not being brought up she did well was I mean it was brought up was brought up yesterday it's not being brought up by a sort of your your your CNN and MSNBC pundits because their job is just to further whatever narrative their of their Democrat masters want them to want to advance yeah I guess I couldn't listen yesterday but I I hadn't heard any nobody else talking about that money disappear how does it not make sense to hold off on current money to make sure it's not gonna disappear again because orange man it is bad he is I I I appreciate that you believe there's any sort of intellectual honesty in these proceedings that that your optimism is very encouraging the fall just hold my call it should be in the end I'm sure that all of which is the largest slow this theory if guys you know I just it's so it just annoying right annals of freemen Donald Trump may be correct I don't know you know we'll see whatever yes I will tell of Donald Trump is K. is is corrupt or at least as half as corrupt as they like to say he is it will come out over time but what drives me insane is all of these people that can sit there and pretend that the Democrats aren't but the Democrats are too corrupt art at least as corrupt as they like to make out Donald Trump to be I don't understand how you can look at all of the available information in front of you especially I mean cpas just just looking to Ukraine but not even I mean Ukraine look at the broader picture how you can look at all that information and actually walk into a voting booth and feel good about voting Democrat I just get frustrated with the the the whole political theater aspect of it I mean it it is not out of some duty to the country that these Democrats are are feeling like the they they must go after Donald Trump because of this issue they've been setting the stage for impeachment since they had the day he was inaugurated January twenty so yeah and this gave them what they thought was an opportunity and I and I think that's starting to fall a little bit flat on them but it's it what what frustrates me more is as Tom member was talking about was very focused grouping the words that they use a an or whatever is going to have the biggest impact anybody who thinks that this is out of any sense of patriotism our duty is just kidding themselves this is a purely political hate job and it may or may not work and if it if it doesn't work they're not over the fine the next thing this is how they think they're going to win the election I mean answer that's plain and simple they're just they they they continue to just provide to their to what they believe their base of voters one so that they have an arguement to go well this is why we can't elect him again but again only they can't run on the economy they can't really economy can't run on all of these wars that Donald Trump is gotten us involved in and without those two things it's really really really difficult to beat an incumbent president I think the end goal AT and this is from listening to a number of progressive friends progressive media progressive podcast the end goal is certainly not to impeach I'd I don't think that is even the angle the end goal is to you pointed to the Senate and make senator is like Collins from Maine more Mitt Romney or a couple of middling senators who want to appear centrists and nonpartisan taken impossible vote that's what that's what their goal is that's what they are trying to do this whole thing is about probably three Senate seats in twenty twenty but that's the gamble right because that also means you have to get those twenty twenty democratic candidates on record to so this is the this is the the dangerous game that they're willing to play and I think it's because they know that it's going to be near impossible for them to be to trump next year so I think you're right but it really does to me is sort of highlight the fact that if they go that route then you are also going to get those twenty twenty Senate Democrat candidates on record with this which is which is also a very dangerous game to play unless you're under the assumption that none of them have a snowball's chance in AG double hockey writer of beating turn right at night I'm listen I make no bones about it I am a partisan but I think at the end of the day they need to make if if that's the goal if that is the one I believe it to be the goal they need to make those senators more scared there's nothing happening in these are the impeachment hearings the caller Brian's point that the ambassador was you know even in a venture that more of your vin of you have an image and I think the it got passed over that money issue got passed over because she's done a lot of editorializing herself on I'm sure and I mean she's been kind of anti trump fly in her rhetoric taking the stand there price matching gears from the Star Tribune a US representative bill on Omar is there a reason legislation meant to ensure affordable housing is available to anyone in the United States who needs it this is going to solve the homeless problem I don't I don't either no okay she is wrong secondly it's second the second put at the slightest dent in the home was not and is not going anywhere and and she knows that but it's called the homes of for all act okay GTA vice debuted at yesterday the Democrat congresswoman from Minneapolis is planned will pour a whopping one true really in dollars into affordable housing projects over a decade with the goal of creating twelve million new new units in that time okay cool we're gonna put a how many that were going in San Francisco where you're going to put their gamble does your home for that drew I'm seriously I mean in the areas that have the biggest homeless problem are dealing you know part of the problem that they're dealing with is where they keep putting their affordable housing yeah you know is there there there there there so in filled they've run out of room they can only build up for sorry to be the heartless pragmatists here but our entire national budget is four trillion dollars this is about a twenty five percent increase in our entire national national budget for one program where is noble where's the money coming from the legislation would also raise the people yeah two cents everybody needs to pay two cents it would establish a permanent federal funding stream aimed at making homes more affordable and she said and I did a thing of my fingers every American deserves a safe and stable a stable place to live but unfortunately our current free market housing system is not meeting the needs of of working families she went on to say it needs to be put in the dist bin of history it's because you want to build twelve million homes for one trillion dollars which have a builder call in and see if they can build things for eighty four thousand dollars per per home unit we have sent you Caribbeans calling and some did during that's probably true well she just wants to fight I I I I'm sure she would love to see this happen don't don't misunderstand but at the same time she is smart enough to know that there's there's no way this thing is going to be is going to end up passing totally totally this is this is just once about his once argument once a fight and then it and then it's the argument is going to be a simple like when people like me say how you gonna pay for it what it's not worth it for you to give homes to hold those children you heartless yeah it's a question of morals and a question of values the thought a question of how we pay for it no work which we would prioritize based on our morals and our values rob how dare you it's not even so much I agree with you she wants to fight but she also wants to be able to go out there and call herself the champion of affordable housing she comes and represents she comes from and represents a district that does have a significant homeless problem a growing homeless problem so she wants to be able to come back and say look you know this means Republicans I wanted I wanted to provide housing for everybody you know I have a bill that I that's ready to go ready to be enacted into law it's flawless this bill that I have and it will provide homes for everybody in the country that needs one but those mean terrible immoral nasty Republicans where they just won't let it become law just want to talk about the specifics does want to talk about the one trillion dollars that doesn't exist that the issue somehow going to magically whip up and pay fortunes what have any of those conversations this is just so she could put a bad honor vest that says I am the champion of affordable housing and there's a there's so many different ancillary costs that are associated with this type of population density that that people don't even consider I mean Arden hills is dealing with this when they came up with their agreement it for this new development at the old every ammunition plant site where they're gonna have a certain number of of units there and a population density because the city had figured out that's what the school system could support that's what the traffic system can support that's what the utilities can support.
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"On price and I I guess I hear a lot about that like yeah you can go wherever you want we'll figure it out whatever no you can't do it anymore like you have to like blood the price matters and just because the government will land against it doesn't mean that you should do it just because you can borrow in an unlimited amount of money doesn't mean that you should do it obviously how much does college costs these days well I have the numbers for that twenty one thousand dollars for in state schools and forty eight thousand dollars for private schools they have these things called five twenty nine that never really spent a lot of time on five twenty nine to five twenty nine is is tax deferred college savings program that's administered from state to state depending on what you state you and you have different investment options hand you can contribute to those pre tax and see for college and the essays are different will the will cover that some other time you can do those things the question is whether you should you were going to spend eighty thousand or a hundred and twenty thousand or two hundred thousand dollars on your child for more three hundred thousand I for more what is the return on investment now I want to talk a little bit about this whole stamping first well I hate the word stem I hate spam I hate it when people say stem like nobody said Stam when I was in college I was a math major they called it math your science major they call it science damn there's just something something about it I just hate in anyway there's this perception dad's students in stem majors science technology engineering and mathematics are more marketable that students who are humanities majors and I will say that as a general rule that is true as a general rule that is true and I you know I was a math major by the way all state I'll say this on the radio every day if you were thinking about going to college and majoring in something my suggestion to you is that you major in math if you graduate with a degree in mathematics you can do anything in the world see if you graduate with a degree in engineering you can only do engineering if you graduate with a degree in physics you can only do physics if you graduate from it with a degree in math you can do anything it's called actuality very valuable so I was a math major in that is you know I then became I got an MBA and I was a finance major so you can do anything with a math major in terms of humanities like a lot of people think that if you major in you know that people pick on gender studies or anthropology or stuff like that that you're just looking now shut out of the work force I mean you can get other jobs there's just not a lot of jobs in gender studies you know what I mean there's not a lot of jobs you know in these other disciplines so you know you can do it if you that's what you want to study I mean the guy that I worked with that lever brothers who is a legendary trader is he was a history major right and there's humanities majors out there who are very financially successful I think people kind of get stuck in that my major is my career path which they could be two totally separate things major the major does not matter if you're smart and motivated and there's you know one of the most one of the wealthiest most successful analysts that work the lien brothers her I can't remember name she worked in the high yield shoes in high yield research she was an art major in college she was an art major sell anything is possible before the kid goes to school you should have a conversation about what they want to major in what they want to do in life because the return on investment can be really bad we have to talk about this private schools versus state schools and you know you know what we actually we talked about this last night we talked about the idea of a name brand school on how if you get into Harvard you should go to Harvard it doesn't matter how much it costs to get into Stanford you should go to go to Stanford doesn't matter how much it costs because the name brand is that powerful in the network is that powerful but if you're on a budget then you have to go to a state school make do with what you have there honors programs at state schools there was a point in time in which I was contemplating going to the university Connecticut in the honors program would have been what I've done but it superior to go to a name brand school I will say that yeah but even if you go to a state schools twenty one thousand dollars a year that's eighty four thousand dollars you could potentially happen that that's sorta manageable but it's still a lot when you have to think on return investment you know it's funny one thing that I would like to have majored in his philosophy and I think once these hugely important depending on how it's taught one who is teaching and and so yeah the chant I mean basically there's degrees out there that are luxury degrees right you go there because your family has money you can major in whatever you want it doesn't really matter what kind of job you have these are what's called luxury degrees and I think what happens is that students were less apple winds end up majoring in these luxury degrees and then it's just.
"eighty four thousand dollars" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Don't look at it you know what I'm looking at all here's here's the headline took the guns there's a hundred eighty four thousand dollars in two years at the trump hotel okay and this is all about you know Turnberry okay this is an article I remind people you know when you look at like for instance the New York times doesn't doesn't doesn't with an article to something called editorial review all right and there are a lot of people who call the show okay who didn't pay attention and social studies you know they didn't pay attention in school okay they don't know wanted to editorial review is all right and I can tell you that up for Jim dating myself I'm old enough in these mark when Watergate was how much he gonna tell you if you're going to see if you the suggested the editorial control at the New York times is not biased everyone is by they all have their own slant it's a left wing paper the New York Post is a right wing paper fox news channel is a right wing all news station MSNBC is a left wing well but you also have to you also to put out there I mean fox news also has reporters who are extremely objective and who are trying to give you some great news and they're trying to get it well what is it in New York time just other periodicals people to get the attention are the ones that are saying that you know it it's the Hannity's the talk across right but if you'll watching that you know what you're getting if I read The New York Times I know what this land to the news is compared to the New York Post writing about the same story luckily I have enough time to read both most Americans don't be a limited in what they can re because I got so many things to do within the course to them what a great a great example of this is fox news this morning had up you know how you see it they have on the sides when let's say if it was Taylor who was on testifying you have on the side they have like little information bits CNN it's like what what Taylor has said regarding the Ukraine situation on the right side on fox's side it has all these negative things about Taylor I mean it's just it's it's very clear what goes on on these washing you've got to get a dog bunch of different but if I watching CNN it's going to be favorable to Taylor from watching fox news channel they're not it's.
"eighty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"Sunday and the last day of the game it's twelve await your call may be thought they would have thought of that a little bit later so that way people get into the mood we just lost Kweisi right Quincy just took off out here well he's got he's got the game ahead of him so yes the part taken some of the first if some of the festivities some of them I you know I don't even think it's selling people down the noon start time we were we are breakfast of this morning at seven o'clock and there was already people in all out Sounders gear prepping for a favorite being pre funk that so we called it get ready to go to the game pre funk oh my lord so we will talk talking during the break people by you rent why should you buy and there was an interesting statistic but you have the early for that kind of took me back a little bit talking about how unaffordable rent from a instead of Washington yeah I came across this article I thought it was really amazing so they're saying that Washington ranks forty sixth in the nation for rent affordability and that the only states that are higher than us our he has one to get I capital to forget a New York California your California mass Massachusetts yeah yeah I guess so yeah I meters Florida Florida and Hawaii and they were saying that it takes eight point four hours of pay to per month to pay off your rent so you're looking to just pay around two weeks just to pay rent cash and leaves much darker yeah well that's why we do see so many people looking now especially you know millennials I mean we talk about the pay rate in Seattle you know is averages you know hundred thousand they can afford to buy homes and that's what they're doing well again you know when it when it comes to like the approaches on mortgage world you don't need twenty percent to buy a house so the education I mean even the even the last week we still get people to think that you need to have a down payment to buy a house up to four hundred eighty four thousand dollars the it's zero down so in other words that their programs out there where it could be zero down VA loans the veteran loan obviously that not not as zero down but if you're in the outlying areas for example Snohomish county if you wa to the east of highway nine you can do the USDA rural loan out that right and that's also zero down and it's it's a government program you can you don't need a down payment just need to be educated on whether live where can I buy and what can I do what what the vet various price points all right even some property specific areas in specific cities right have the opportunity for down payment assistance and that's where you really need to have that hands on broker who's able to say Hey look this one does have down payment assistance even though you might not qualify for USDA or for a VA loan it is because of where it is in the city that were looking and I don't know about you bring it like your input on this but you know like a year two years three years ago it was hard it was difficult to do the zero down three percent down you know when sellers that the competition was great and sellers were not as comfortable that's gone away yeah I mean I think that because of our market the way it is now it's a more balanced market they're open to it and it's wonderful I remember specifically when we talking a couple years ago we were talking about the VA loan which is a great product but it was not looked at in a positive light right now we just which is amazing to me a loan is a loan is a loan and the money spends the same right you know who will how how the money gets into your bank account doesn't matter whether it comes from a conventional loan or VA loan even a hard money loan for that matter yeah it's still spends the thing I think some of that is you know the onus is on the broker community because a lack of knowledge about those types of loan programs then seems scary to the broker and and that then seem scary to the client and so that's why I feel like a you know we've talked about a lot but just having a really educated team of people around you while you're buying or why you're selling because fear often drives the inability to make a decision and so if we can eliminate the fear with knowledge that those types of programs are not scary they're not bad the money is still going to be in your account at the end of all of this let us help you navigate the harder parts of it but just having a knowledgeable team behind you really gives you more options of more buyers well again if you approve the buying pull them in the morning is more likely to have more than one alpha which then can drive up the price was then can lead to more.
"eighty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KTOK
"You served in the military stay tuned today we have some really interesting information for you live in the studio with you with me with all of this I have Michael Gardner Michael is a native American nurse navigator he is on staff at the VA I was totally amazed by the service that Michael and his staff perform every day at the VA so interesting topic and also one of my favorites I have surely Heris surely is with D. dent and we're going to be talking about an event that's going to happen right before annual election is over with Patrick or we run in our legs off oh my goodness is this is been the busiest annual like section this year yeah we got a great staff Margaret media Dennis I mean we're just kind of rolling along yeah we're ramped up for it but we are in front of clients all day long it's a good it's a good season it's second season umbrella yes and so far ahead of you I've save my clients three hundred and eighty four thousand dollars what do you been doing Patrick saving the money too but it might be a little bit less but listen you're you're still way ahead because I now well eight I'm just blessed I you're still hard to keep up but let's just say that from now on I mean for a little while preserve lady not too bad huh Bucko five what you said I okay for those of you know that don't know Patrick is my son Patrick's in the agency where this has been for ten years so he's part of the well preserved advisory team and as always on well preserved wait to isolate never.
Rep. Blake Farenthold, under fire for sexual harassment allegations, resigns
"Or tweeted one that'd be about a nine both without delays i'm andrea glenn newsradio twelve hundred w from the roofing dot com weather center as a cold front exits right will move out early on this saturday temperatures will drop into the mid to upper fifties behind the front during the afternoon a cloudy sky also be windy at times clearing trend tonight a low of forty two sunny warmer on sunday with a high of seventy six i'm meteorologist jeff marr from the weather channel on san antonio's official weather station newsradio twelve hundred w o a i clouds and fifty nine degrees at six am at newsradio twelve hundred w the texas national guards headed to the us mexico border brigadier general tracy norris says the national guard will begin deployment immediately followed by more soldiers as needed this phase of deployment will include command and control coordination cells and operational planning as requested in support of the federal entities already on the border this comes following president trump's announcement he wanted the national guard on the border to help federal agents secured until his wall is built congress refusing to give him any funding for that border wall defense secretary jim madison signed an order activating up to four thousand national guard troops a texas congressman who denounced he'd not run for reelection following sexual harassment allegations has resigned four months after announcing he wouldn't run for reelection texas republican blake farren thought has officially resigned from congress paul i planned on serving out the remainder of my term in congress i know in my heart it's time for me to move along and look for new ways to serve last year farren paul denied allegations from a former aide that she was fired after complaining about sexually suggestive comments that case was settled with an eighty four thousand dollar payment from taxpayerfunded funded account prompting an ethics committee review.
Rep. Blake Farenthold, under fire for sexual harassment allegations, resigns
"Live from npr news in washington i'm jack speer us financial markets fell sharply today a day after president donald trump threatened additional tariffs on china san pr tamra keith reports the white house's downplaying the stock market jitters secretary sarah sanders says the president doesn't want a trade war asked to respond to apparent market reactions she said this we know that there could be some fluctuation but at the same time the president has said enough is enough china has to change trump has floated as much as one hundred and fifty billion dollars in tariffs on chinese products in response to what the administration describes as unfair trading practices and intellectual property theft the goal of all this sanders says is negotiations the president feels like if he is in charge those negotiations absolutely he's the best negotiator at the table and we certainly have full confidence in his ability there is no indication that negotiations are underway timor keith npr news the white house taking a look at the wall street numbers the dow fell five hundred seventy two points today to end the week at twenty three thousand nine thirty two that was a two point three percent drop the nasdaq was down one hundred sixty one points today or republican member of congress from texas who face sexual harassment allegations is resigning from member station k u t nathan bernier reports blake farren thought representative strict that stretches from corpus christi on the gulf coast to suburban austin he had announced plans to retire at the end of his term after politico first revealed the taxpayers foot the bill on an eighty four thousand dollar payment to settle sexual harassment claims with his former communications director but in a recorded statement the four term congressman says he will now leave the job immediately i planned on serving out the remainder of my term in congress i know in my heart it's time for me to move along hey look for new ways to serve the us house ethics committee is investigating farren sold over the harassment claims and allegations he used official resources for reelection activities for npr news i'm nathan bernie in austin texas top trade negotiators from the us mexico.
Remington, the oldest US gun maker, files for bankruptcy amid declining sales
"The gun maker remington has filed for bankruptcy protection it's face dropping sales and lawsuits since the sandy hook massacre back in two thousand twelve is the area where you live a healthy one there's a new survey city of falls church virginia outside washington is number one on the top five healthiest communities list the boast strong incomes and strong outcome measures for health tim smart is an executive editor with us news and there are also among the most walkable communities so they you know they have a lot of community vitality rounding out the top five douglas county in broomfield county colorado los alamos county new mexico and dukes county massachusetts go rakoff cbs news a fresh new york state report says the average bonus paid to wall street securities industry employees was one hundred eighty four thousand dollars last year the bonus for brokers was around that amount to steve kathan cbs news this is a special now from thunder radio wm sr your latest local weather reaching the mid fifties this afternoon a high of fifty five this afternoon and the chance of rain twenty percent we fall to forty eight degrees.