23 Burst results for "Eighty Three Dollars"

Morons: I have a political beef!

Bob and Sheri

00:57 sec | 7 months ago

Morons: I have a political beef!

"Go to Franklin Georgia for today's more on of the day it's a Georgia councilman a Clifford Henry Giles. He's been charged by the jour-jour Bureau of Investigation for swapping the price tag on a beef tenderloin with that of a cheaper pork tenderloin the piggly-wiggly and councilmen picked up the tenderloin which had a eighty three dollar price tag on it and swapped it out with the twelve dollar price tag on the pork. He's fifty four years old and was arrested. The next day on theft charges I did not make it clear how they came to suspect Councilman Giles. And it wasn't immediately clear. He has a lawyer. That's GONNA speak on his behalf. All we know is is that probably store security plus the councilman swapping price tags. I wonder if he had one of those piggly wiggly t shirts that kids like I have. I HAVE A BLACK SHIRT

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Montgomery Co. police to step up distracted driving patrols on Valentine’s Day

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Montgomery Co. police to step up distracted driving patrols on Valentine’s Day

"County police have big Valentine's day plans and they're not romantic they will set up patrols Friday to catch distracted drivers Montgomery County police are always looking for people who hold their phone or text while driving but clearly with the wheel drivers behaviors and how cell phone use is so prevalent we have to do more and better so on Valentine's day expect to see more officers targeting distracted drivers from morning to evening all over the county acting assistant police chief Tom died down says if you get a ticket it's eighty three dollars for holding the cell phone in your hand and no points if the officer sees you the first time and he says more of these crackdowns are coming

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Some Stocks to Watch Out For This Week

Noon Business Hour

03:00 min | 1 year ago

Some Stocks to Watch Out For This Week

"Chuck always good to have you here. What's your first pick the first pick is the simple M? Oh, it's Thermo Fisher. Scientific Thermo Fisher scientific makes a variety of laboratory instruments and analytical instruments that are used for a number of things such as drug research and development the company actually just today. You know, what they were buying a company that will take them strongly into the gene therapy area, which tends to be a growing, focus and drug development. Comedy is beating earnings estimates Anita last four quarters. I think you're going to see it produce, you know, double digit earnings growth this year or next talks performed well, but we still think there's plenty of upside in the stock traded about two hundred and sixty six dollars a share again that stock is Thermo Fisher scientific symbolise TM. Oh, all right. Check. In your second pick today is more of a defensive play. Utility stocks have been getting some action lately for a couple of reasons one. I think investors are looking maybe to hide out a little bit from some of the the market volatility and also in an interest rate environment that could be flat to even lower interest rate sensitive utility should do. Okay. And that space, they're they're not screaming values right now. But I think select utilities offer. Pretty good deals. One of those. It's southwest gas. The symbolise s w x the company provides natural gas distribution services in Arizona, Nevada, and California, and the company also has kind of a construction business. It does utility infrastructure stock. Are on eighty three dollars. A share yields about two point six percent. And it's what we like to call kind of a growth utility where there is some growth air, which should generate a decent dividend growth in some continued appreciation again that southwest gas symbol s w x and my firm and our clients on both of these stocks southwest gas from what you're describing their sounds like you're going to get a pretty decent dividend, even as you wait for that growth. That's right. You get paid. You know, some people may say it's not as high as you can get some other utilities, and that's going to be the case. But I think you're going to get better dividend growth out of southwest gas. And I think you'll get better price appreciation as well. All right to picks today southwest gas and Thermo Fisher, Chuck, what is the Dow theory telling us. Wow. The the last major signaling the Dow theory was a bear market signal last year. And we've had a obviously a pretty nice rally here on January and February. But it does appear that the market might be rolling over a little bit. And the one thing that is a little troublesome is the performance of the Dow. Jones transportation average, which has had seventeen down days in the last twenty one trading days. And if you don't have help from the Dow Jones transportation average and transportation stocks in general, it's very difficult for the Broad-market to sustain a move to the upside. So I I think the onus is really the transports to start to behave better. If they don't then I think you could see some of the recent volatility in the last few days ten of continue here in the

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"eighty three dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"eighty three dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Six price of tangible book value fifty four versus not material for the industry, but price of castle is expensive thirty five point five versus twenty point four. They do pay a small dividend of one point four percent of the us. Fifty two percent of their earnings to pay that small dividend. Their share their sales increased six percent year over year same as industry earnings up. Ten point two percent below the industry at fifteen point nine the balance sheet looks pretty good current racial two point two versus one debt equity fifty two that's better than half the industry to one hundred fifteen and return on equity. WD forty very good thirty nine point two. But still not quite as good as the industry at forty three point two w forty has a net profit margin of fourteen point three above Unisphere twelve point nine and we see what turnover is six point two houses disappointed below the initiative ten point seven and even inventory turnover. Four point nine per six point two. I know they now have a lot of other price besides w forty chase. How's it affecting the earnings going forward? Yeah. Of course, the current price. Here's one hundred sixty nine dollars ninety seven cents one hundred eighty seven dollars and fifty cents and fifty two week low hundred twenty five dollars and seventy cents August two thousand twenty see estimated earnings of five dollars and eight cents that will give us a target sell price of just eighty three dollars eighty two cents. I mean, definitely paying up for this company. And I don't know why that's the case. I don't know how stable the air the revenue how stable that is. But it doesn't seem like it's offering that much growth to trade at evaluation that that high WD forty three and one. Oil. I mean, not a fancy company, they're just a they've always delivered only see two in us actually follows company. I think chaser. Right. It's just it's too expensive. Even though it's Denver while the past past performance, no guarantee of future results. I would not be buying w forty is much like the product. All right. Appreciate it. Okay. Paul. Thanks carlin..

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"eighty three dollars" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"eighty three dollars" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Warren Taylor says she has no idea how someone in Montreal spent four hundred eighty three dollars using her McDonalds app. Taylor said she received dozens of order confirmations in Email inbox with the last four digits of reveal debit card between January twenty fifth and the twenty ninth. It turns out some guy hacked into our McDonald's app and eight free fast food for a week. It got me thinking what food or drink apps? Do you have on your phone, and which ones do you use the most also let's see I gave you a free week of food app. Any app you want? What are you going with grub grub get you multiple restaurant grubbers that you use the most? That's the one I use the most. Yeah. Raymond is the devil. It makes a to easy to get really George. Dash is that the same. Concert is same concept has up. I don't know. I have a fresh weather's app. I have a door dash app, the Starbucks up all the time because I get mobile orders downstairs, right? But I don't know that many food. Okay. So here's here's a weird and somewhat related story. So I've got a net flicks subscription like you and people and Craig doesn't he steals girlfriends every couple days. So you steal it from her pay couple of days. My sewing buddy in Italy logs into my Netflix account, and I get a notification I told you licks you in one ring too much that night in Rome you coughed up to in. I in for me. But he has our Netflix sign and information. Got enough to pay more no to pay more. But it's just weird. I don't know how somebody in Italy would have gotten our net flicks. So somebody told me a story, and I don't think I'll be outing them. Greg might have been you somebody told me, Adam. But maybe it's you know. But when I tell the story you'll save well, there's no way this person's listening. Somebody told me a story that they get Netflix Hulu or something because they were dating a girl the girl came over. She put her signing information. Yeah. This you into I won't say what hap- it was. What did he do put it into a TV put it into his TV? And then they broke up, but she never took it out. So it was that you really. Yeah. Okay. That's a little brilliant by you. And there's no way that girl to do. Don't know your ride that wave till the crashes gone, doesn't and hope I didn't just crash it for you. Everybody's use your their net flicks account signing. I don't know if my mom does got forgot her own because if I got her own wooden, I see in my suggestions, all the hallmarks. Gust see a sign in every couple of days from palm desert, California. Vibe names that are on on there, and they can all have their own you can give out your signing Infos much as you want. But then you know, you are your account is. I mean, like all your suggestions that'll be yes, we have different accounts one account, but he has five different names on it. So like, I don't know Oh, how how many many names names. you're gonna play? You're only one subscription, right? But there's five your mom. What he's saying is what we're doing giving our to our moms is not only. Okay. But we could give her her own. I'm gonna give my Niner. Then they would shut you down. Everybody can get everybody gets net. Flicks on me. All right. More fasttrack in two minutes. Mason in Ireland ESPN LA.

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"eighty three dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"eighty three dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

"It was like he was happy. Everyone was nice. And and he was although as I'm watching some watching it I'm thinking in my head. He's bringing in two first of all we kind of change the wall to bake can be steel American steel, variably steals. It'd be good for American companies. Okay. Interesting. And then he brings DACA back in. He literally said I want people to come in and have a pathway to citizenship. We need the people he said all these things, and I'm thinking, maybe this wall. Maybe this five point six billion five billion is just is just kind of an maybe he's going for a full immigration deal. Who knows it just it just kinda hit me like going for something bigger Ellas gonna analogy analyze it correctly. Whatever he's up to he in his rose garden statement. He did make it very clear he has he has his fallback position. Yes. Indeed, go ahead. So I let me know when you get tired. I'm not have you considered using emergency powers to grant yourself. Authorities to build this wall without congressional approval and second to go you have. Yes, I have. And I could do it if I want so you don't need congressional approval to build down. We can use them up -solutely. We can call a national emergency because of the security of our country. Absolutely. No. We can do it. I haven't done it. I may do it. I may do it. But we can call a national emergency and build it very quickly. And so another way of doing it. But if we can do it through a negotiated process. We're giving that a shot. So is that a threat hanging over the democrat? I had never threaten anybody. All right. The only since when. But the best part when if I'd had a beverage in my in my between, my lips it would have been spewing throughout the throughout the common law condo, and it kind of fits in with the Trump to stock whisper because whenever he says, oh, well, you know, you might wanna buy I don't know. I think it was just a glitch in the system. It's, you know, the the market went up a thousand points, the mar- the trading day after he said that do you recall? He was saying he was pissed off about the price of oil. He'll he's done that number of times. Well, he he addressed this specifically in his rose garden speech now all of this stuff is changing. Now, this is a fair deal. This is a good deal for Mexico, frankly, oil companies and other companies have an incentive now to go to Mexico and take away land. And that's why we're keeping gasoline prices so low you look at what's going on with gasoline prices. I mean, it's rather incredible. If you look back four months ago oil hit eighty three dollars a barrel eighty three it was heading one hundred and then it could have gone to one hundred and twenty-five you wanna see problems let that happen after I made some phone calls to OPEC and the OPEC nations, which is essentially a monopoly. All of a sudden it started coming down. I'm very happy with what's happened..

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"eighty three dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"eighty three dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

"It was like he was happy. Everyone was nice. And and he was although as I'm watching some watching it I'm thinking in my head. He's bringing in two first of all we kind of change the wall to bake can be steel American steel, variably steals. It'd be good for American companies. Okay. Interesting. And then he brings DACA back in. He literally said I want people to come in and have a pathway to citizenship. We need the people he said all these things, and I'm thinking, maybe this wall. Maybe this five point six billion five billion is just is just kind of an maybe he's going for a full immigration deal. Who knows it just it just kinda hit me like going for something bigger Ellas gonna analogy analyze it correctly. Whatever he's up to he in his rose garden statement. He did make it very clear he has he has his fallback position. Yes. Indeed, go ahead. So I let me know when you get tired. I'm not have you considered using emergency powers to grant yourself. Authorities to build this wall without congressional approval and second to go you have. Yes, I have. And I could do it if I want so you don't need congressional approval to build down. We can use them up -solutely. We can call a national emergency because of the security of our country. Absolutely. No. We can do it. I haven't done it. I may do it. I may do it. But we can call a national emergency and build it very quickly. And so another way of doing it. But if we can do it through a negotiated process. We're giving that a shot. So is that a threat hanging over the democrat? I had never threaten anybody. All right. The only since when. But the best part when if I'd had a beverage in my in my between, my lips it would have been spewing throughout the throughout the common law condo, and it kind of fits in with the Trump to stock whisper because whenever he says, oh, well, you know, you might wanna buy I don't know. I think it was just a glitch in the system. It's, you know, the the market went up a thousand points, the mar- the trading day after he said that do you recall? He was saying he was pissed off about the price of oil. He'll he's done that number of times. Well, he he addressed this specifically in his rose garden speech now all of this stuff is changing. Now, this is a fair deal. This is a good deal for Mexico, frankly, oil companies and other companies have an incentive now to go to Mexico and take away land. And that's why we're keeping gasoline prices so low you look at what's going on with gasoline prices. I mean, it's rather incredible. If you look back four months ago oil hit eighty three dollars a barrel eighty three it was heading one hundred and then it could have gone to one hundred and twenty-five you wanna see problems let that happen after I made some phone calls to OPEC and the OPEC nations, which is essentially a monopoly. All of a sudden it started coming down. I'm very happy with what's happened..

OPEC Mexico eighty three dollars four months
"eighty three dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"eighty three dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

"It was like he was happy. Everyone was nice. And and he was although as I'm watching some watching it I'm thinking in my head. He's bringing in two first of all we kind of change the wall to bake can be steel American steel, variably steals. It'd be good for American companies. Okay. Interesting. And then he brings DACA back in. He literally said I want people to come in and have a pathway to citizenship. We need the people he said all these things, and I'm thinking, maybe this wall. Maybe this five point six billion five billion is just is just kind of an maybe he's going for a full immigration deal. Who knows it just it just kinda hit me like going for something bigger Ellas gonna analogy analyze it correctly. Whatever he's up to he in his rose garden statement. He did make it very clear he has he has his fallback position. Yes. Indeed, go ahead. So I let me know when you get tired. I'm not have you considered using emergency powers to grant yourself. Authorities to build this wall without congressional approval and second to go you have. Yes, I have. And I could do it if I want so you don't need congressional approval to build down. We can use them up -solutely. We can call a national emergency because of the security of our country. Absolutely. No. We can do it. I haven't done it. I may do it. I may do it. But we can call a national emergency and build it very quickly. And so another way of doing it. But if we can do it through a negotiated process. We're giving that a shot. So is that a threat hanging over the democrat? I had never threaten anybody. All right. The only since when. But the best part when if I'd had a beverage in my in my between, my lips it would have been spewing throughout the throughout the common law condo, and it kind of fits in with the Trump to stock whisper because whenever he says, oh, well, you know, you might wanna buy I don't know. I think it was just a glitch in the system. It's, you know, the the market went up a thousand points, the mar- the trading day after he said that do you recall? He was saying he was pissed off about the price of oil. He'll he's done that number of times. Well, he he addressed this specifically in his rose garden speech now all of this stuff is changing. Now, this is a fair deal. This is a good deal for Mexico, frankly, oil companies and other companies have an incentive now to go to Mexico and take away land. And that's why we're keeping gasoline prices so low you look at what's going on with gasoline prices. I mean, it's rather incredible. If you look back four months ago oil hit eighty three dollars a barrel eighty three it was heading one hundred and then it could have gone to one hundred and twenty-five you wanna see problems let that happen after I made some phone calls to OPEC and the OPEC nations, which is essentially a monopoly. All of a sudden it started coming down. I'm very happy with what's happened..

OPEC Mexico eighty three dollars four months
"eighty three dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"eighty three dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

"It was like he was happy. Everyone was nice. And and he was although as I'm watching some watching it I'm thinking in my head. He's bringing in two first of all we kind of change the wall to bake can be steel American steel, variably steals. It'd be good for American companies. Okay. Interesting. And then he brings DACA back in. He literally said I want people to come in and have a pathway to citizenship. We need the people he said all these things, and I'm thinking, maybe this wall. Maybe this five point six billion five billion is just is just kind of an maybe he's going for a full immigration deal. Who knows it just it just kinda hit me like going for something bigger Ellas gonna analogy analyze it correctly. Whatever he's up to he in his rose garden statement. He did make it very clear he has he has his fallback position. Yes. Indeed, go ahead. So I let me know when you get tired. I'm not have you considered using emergency powers to grant yourself. Authorities to build this wall without congressional approval and second to go you have. Yes, I have. And I could do it if I want so you don't need congressional approval to build down. We can use them up -solutely. We can call a national emergency because of the security of our country. Absolutely. No. We can do it. I haven't done it. I may do it. I may do it. But we can call a national emergency and build it very quickly. And so another way of doing it. But if we can do it through a negotiated process. We're giving that a shot. So is that a threat hanging over the democrat? I had never threaten anybody. All right. The only since when. But the best part when if I'd had a beverage in my in my between, my lips it would have been spewing throughout the throughout the common law condo, and it kind of fits in with the Trump to stock whisper because whenever he says, oh, well, you know, you might wanna buy I don't know. I think it was just a glitch in the system. It's, you know, the the market went up a thousand points, the mar- the trading day after he said that do you recall? He was saying he was pissed off about the price of oil. He'll he's done that number of times. Well, he he addressed this specifically in his rose garden speech now all of this stuff is changing. Now, this is a fair deal. This is a good deal for Mexico, frankly, oil companies and other companies have an incentive now to go to Mexico and take away land. And that's why we're keeping gasoline prices so low you look at what's going on with gasoline prices. I mean, it's rather incredible. If you look back four months ago oil hit eighty three dollars a barrel eighty three it was heading one hundred and then it could have gone to one hundred and twenty-five you wanna see problems let that happen after I made some phone calls to OPEC and the OPEC nations, which is essentially a monopoly. All of a sudden it started coming down. I'm very happy with what's happened..

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"eighty three dollars" Discussed on The Digital Story

The Digital Story

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"eighty three dollars" Discussed on The Digital Story

"Off that eighty three dollars as very affordable using get your own domain, your own Maine as part of that they handle all the thorny stuff with it. It just happens. You just say I want to name for my domain if it's available. They take care of it. And next thing, you know, a day later, you go it's done. You're ready to go, and you have your own domain that's part of the eighty three dollar annual price while so the make sure that you get all these benefits go through the tile on every page of the digital story or the link in the show notes. Even if you're just going to set up free. Account because if you decide to upgrade later, then you'll get the discount if you started out through our tile or through our link portfolio box. I think is just a fantastic way to show off your images, it just feels like quality and you put your best shots there. And you've got a place suddenly that you can share with other people with clients with potential clients and say, look, this is my favorite work in a very great presentation. I hope you like what I've done here. Go there play around setup. Something fantastic for yourself set up that quality site that you've always wanted. It's easy. It's a Ford -able looks. Just a quick note about using aperture and automated to add meta data to your pictures. I I ran an article about this last week. And it's crazy I've been playing around with automated or more lately because of MAC OS Mohave and Mohave really plays nicely at the finder level with automated, and you can just create these little actions very easily that save you all sorts of time. So as I was playing around automated, I just noticed all these aperture actions that were in there on this is really cool in since I can initiate these actions to the finders going, man. Wouldn't it be nice to be able to add my copyright, and my other PTC meta data to photos where you know, they don't normally have it, you know, like in my Olympics cameras. The camera will add the copyright information for me, but my iphone. Dozen in the Fuji film exit. Ten doesn't start playing around with. And I created this action very easily that basically just dump all the images into folder on my desktop. And then I just run the action and it happens really quickly since all the images over to agitator. It adds all the IP meta data that I've set up as a boilerplate. And then a dumps the images in a -nother folder. They're my desktop, and then I can just import him the photos, do whatever I want, you know, put them up on the web. However, I wanted to and this is like crazy fast. It uses Abajian which I haven't used aperture seriously for for a while now, but I still have it, and it's just a lot of fun. So if you're sort of interested in something kinda geeky like this is very easy to do. Because I show you in the article step by step exactly what to do. And what the recipe is. So it's all there. You can do it. But if you're interested in that I have the link to the article in the show notes go over and take a look at it. It's a lot of fun and I have to take the working rate suspend Suspend out. out. Coming next week the official two thousand eighteen.

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Finding a dry cleaner you can trust

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

04:14 min | 2 years ago

Finding a dry cleaner you can trust

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Finding a dry cleaner. You can trust by consumers checkbook from business. The crime the spaghetti sauce. Did it in the dining room, the victim your favorite suit, and you need to wear it next week you need dry cleaner. That will restore your threads on time and without fleecing. You bay area consumers checkbook and checkbook dot org collected consumer ratings and compared prices at two hundred forty one dry cleaners and found major differences in quality ratings and price. The good news. You don't have to pay more to get great results. Many of the dry cleaners that checkbook evaluated were rated superior overall by ninety percent or more of their surveyed customers on the other hand some shops received such favorable ratings from fewer than fifty percent of their surveyed customers some things to look out for when you use a dry cleaner when you drop off garments clerks should carefully. Ask about stains and note information you? To provide staffers should provide clear answers to questions about whether it difficult stain can be removed. Does the dry cleaner have an efficient system for finding your garments? When you return to pick them up checkbooks valuations also include each shops rating for price, which is calculated based on prices quoted to its undercover shoppers who checked costs at each shop to clean, twelve items checkbooks shoppers found Wapping shop to shop price variation, for example. The average price to dry clean, a women's Kashmir overcoat was eighteen dollars eighty eight cents. The high price was eighty three dollars to dry clean amends to piece wool suit. The low price was four dollars fifty cents. The high price was thirty seven dollars fifty cents to dry clean a women's silk. Blouse the range was from two dollars ninety five cents to thirty five dollars to launder immense. Cotton drescher, the range was from one dollars thirty four cents to four dollars fifty cents. Fortunately, checkbook found no correlation between price and customer satisfaction. Shen with service quality shops that charge low prices are just as likely to do great work as shops that charge high prices besides using shop with low prices, you can save money by cleaning, many, garments yourself, if you learn a few tricks, you can do some of your dry cleaning first Atip most clothing manufacturers are required to list only one way to clean garment, if the tag reads, dry, clean only respect that as gospel. But if it says dry clean, that's the recommended cleaning method, but you might be able to clean it yourself. Don't try to wash materials that spot or shrink in water. That includes silk acetate, velvet taffeta and many wool items on the other hand you usually can hand wash machine wash. Kashmir linen, cotton and polyester if a garment has aligning or trim pay special attention to care instructions while handwashing tweet exterior is probably find at might not be safe for tonight lawn lining when taking in your clothes for cleaning. Check for stains. And point them out to the clerk and provide as much information about them as you can the more the cleaner knows about what caused the stain how long it's been there. And what if anything you have used to treat it the better the chances of removing it also indicate any hidden spots. Particularly sugary spills, soft drinks white wine fruit chews when you pick up your clothes after cleaning. And you discover a problem that you believe the dry cleaner caused asked to have the work, redone, a reputable shop will be happy to redo it for free if the shop admits error that resulted in permanent damage to your garment, it should give you the price of the garment and wave cleaning charges. Unfortunately, you can't count on getting the replacement cost for your favorite jacket. According to the fair claims guide published by the dry cleaning and laundry institute and widely used by dry cleaners customers and mediators a dry cleaner is obliged to cover the replacement cost of the garment only after judgment for its condition, and based on the unused portion of its life expectancy, for example, two years for a tie. Why or three years for women's blouse?

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Blake, Sergio Romo and UC Davis discussed on Michael Savage

Michael Savage

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Blake, Sergio Romo and UC Davis discussed on Michael Savage

"And according to ESPN's Darren rebel Nike spent five million dollars on their Colin Kaepernick ad campaign. The overall return is approaching three hundred million and their stock price an all time high of over eighty three dollars. Nike. What are you

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"eighty three dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"eighty three dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"eighty three dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"eighty three dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The first time in the twenty first century more americans are supporting increasing legal immigration so that's good news i'll breakdown the polls it's a dhaka has support on both sides of the aisle and guess we'd doesn't sanctuary cities will discuss the pro border enforcement attitude amongst americans you would never know that if you listen to the politicians the number two i'm gonna fight this nomination with everything i've got yes someone to sell senator gillibrand if you have a microphone you don't have to scream supreme vitriol of the supreme court nominee brad kavanagh it shows the facts don't matter for democrats who flailing and failing to paint him as a right wing extremist who will ruin your life number one very sad when germany makes a massive oil and gas deal with russia and germany goes out and pays billions and billions of dollars a year to russia and i think that's very inappropriate president trump of a little bit earlier in brussels belgium the beginning of the nato summit has started we have pulled aside with mccrone of france and with with angela merkel of germany it will bring you those in a matter of moments but meanwhile president is already being confrontation we'll play you the first exchanges between nato europe and the us and why some are taking the president's side especially in their critique of germany joining us now is dan senor dan we have a lot to discuss it i just now it's great to be i it was eighty three dollars last year that so volcker was combating like hyperinflation exactly right we're just before the reagan reelect i remember that we don't want to talk about we did very exciting very exciting first off you were able to co found the foreign policy initiative and somehow you'd even asked me to join i mean i'd be perfect candidate it's still early days really i've been thinking about the bench and i see you on the bench i off the bench not first off on the bench dress for the game yeah yeah we'll get a uniform you'll get you'll get that will get you a little tball stay in the whole thing maybe by the end of this half hour guilty easy easy set expectations so i haven't heard this yet oh actually i just heard a moment ago angela merkel a little bit of a retort to the president nited states who was relatively critical over short time ago and you know he's been battling with donald tusk replicating the the european portion of nato but he's also been letting it be known that he looks at germany and says you want me to watch your back but you're not spending on your own defense and you cutting deals with your number one worry and that's russia here it is cut for very sad when germany makes a massive oil and gas deal with russia you're supposed to be guarding against russia and germany goes out and pays billions and billions of dollars a year to russia so we're protecting germany were protecting france with these countries and then numerous of the country's go out and make a pipeline deal with russia i think that's very inappropriate so that that came up with stoltenberg who runs native right now and it came off a casual breakfast you know the etiquette you know diplomacy and you know what it's like dealing with other countries regularly yeah so i let let let me take a step back as a pure policy matter it is it is true that we contribute we the us about two thirds of the nato budget in europe the rest of the other partners contribute about a third so that so our contribution to nato is disproportionate in every sense that that is true what is also true is a pure policy matters if you strip away the president's rhetoric and you strip away his tone and you ship away this this moment this morning which i'll get a minute what he actually articulated as a policy is basically and heads will explode when i say this is true it is it has been a bipartisan point of view that has that went back through the obama years i mean the critique and even part of the bush years that that getting nato to get closer and closer.

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"eighty three dollars" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"eighty three dollars" Discussed on KDOW

"I think eighteen left now limited twenty five people here's how it works when the market stops you can't go up anymore that's because there's just no more buyers big institutions are smart the big hedge funds to big insurance companies these boys not are doing they're not going to put more money into this market so here's how the stock market works give you an example let's take apple when apple drops when it dropped from one hundred and eighty two dollars down to one sixty the institutions were betting it was going to go out that's called shorting so i borrowed shares at one hundred and eighty three dollars an apple so i borrowed from a broker said i want to bore the stock because i think it's going to go down to around one hundred and fifty nine dollars so i can borrow it and then when it gets down to that low okay of one hundred and sixty two dollars and i feel it's not gonna go in my chart he's not gonna go any lower i buy it that's when i buy it that so i made five thousand dollars on the way down the only way to get that money in my pocket i've gotta buy the stock so i borrowed it let's say one hundred eight issues easy math here i borrowed a hundred and eighty three dollars the stock paid for nothing yet borrowed it now when every time the stocks going down hundred and eighty one eighty making money and making money all the way down all the way down and then everybody who did the same thing when the stock was let's say one sixty i made five thousand dollars i have to buy it at on sixty that's what pushes to stock up it's called a short squeeze but people don't know what they're doing they start buying think oh look better get into apple it's going up now it's not it's the same people who like me who identified it was going to drop from one eighty two down to one sixty two i had to buy it back that's what pushed it up nothing else but the retail we jumping and he has no idea same thing would net flex networks is huge there's everybody's in net flicks everybody even the martian the houses at net flicks everybody how your backyard netflix this is the biggest sucker play it off every time it's shorted the pros like me short it when it goes down we buy it back and that's what pushes it up it's called the five back the sean squeeze in for heaven's sakes the people who you're listening to me and you're in these stocks like netflix and apple and amazon and google and you don't know what the hell am even talking about you really should be part of the twenty five of the group that i'm putting together because you really think you're stocks going up and you're safe and you're not you're gonna get killed just like everybody did with dot com you're going to get killed because you're not gonna wanna get out what you're going to know to get out with me and i'm gonna prove it because you're going to start following me tonight and i w m the small and mid cap stock which again as doing fantastic okay so we're putting on as we speak we're going to have that setup for.

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"eighty three dollars" Discussed on Bad Voltage

Bad Voltage

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"eighty three dollars" Discussed on Bad Voltage

"All right let's let's cover tech story what don't we what about this coins yet another hack in the bitcoin space resulting in more price declines no thousand seven hundred eighty three dollars in late december of twenty seventeen so roughly six months ago currently sitting at just over sixty five hundred bucks quite volatile won't they what were predictions for benko value our member now we'd have to go back and check for january did we have a prediction i think one of us did did you i'm you saw the thing about how it's using twenty percent of all the electors gina the whatever is now yeah that was one of the news stories ahead listed for the last show but we didn't have enough time that will that's ridiculous it was not hang on i'm just checking the data yeah so i'm bitcoin consumes about as much power as oil and the country jesus apparently he's from the two point six gigawatts of power which is about jolland a power that power delory the articles technica house i picture of dog browde haggi off the clock back apparently to seven point seven gigawatts fully end to twentyeight saying accounting for almost hoffa percent of the world's electricity consumption that's ridiculous when amazing times we live in i mean 'cause current fill to me long to blooms gone off the rose of bit of bitcoin obviously the process trump people aren't talking about as much labor but is that just saturation everyone's to just block chain.

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Hong Kong shares gain after unresolved China-US trade talks - Nikkei Asian Review

01:11 min | 2 years ago

Hong Kong shares gain after unresolved China-US trade talks - Nikkei Asian Review

"On friday the oil price now pushing seventy dollars a barrel sixty nine eighty one four a barrel of wti and brent crude is pushing seventyfive five at seventy four ninety seven and some are saying watch for the apple suppliers in the asia pacific this morning as we get these markets opening up particularly on the comments from warren buffett about apple and apple shares rose two hundred and eighty three dollars and eighty three cents that was a jump of four percent on friday in the united states and also the big rally on wall street should feed through for much of the morning here in asia pacific mentioned some of the gains that we're seeing now there still are some constraints about emerging markets and jp morgan had one saying that higher rates along with a higher us dollar are not helpful it also said that em assets look vulnerable if what it called real money investors decided to join hedge funds in selling it said that real money investors are equity and bond fund managers and at least so far they have remained on the sidelines the yield on the ten year treasury two point nine four percent gold is despised at thirteen hundred.

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"eighty three dollars" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"eighty three dollars" Discussed on Security Now

"Have been resolved since then the the i was hacked the airforce bug bounty challenge found two hundred and seven valid reports and hackers earned more than a hundred and thirty thousand dollars for their contributions the second hack the air force resulted in one hundred and six valid vulnerabilities and a hundred and three eight hundred eighty three dollars paid to hackers hack the army in december of two thousand sixteen found one hundred eighteen valid vulnerabilities and paid out one hundred thousand dollars hack the pentagon in may of twenty sixteen resulted in one hundred and thirty eight valid vulnerabilities which were resolved and and they just wrote tens of thousands paid two ethical hackers for their efforts and then hacked the air force two point oh which was another round later demonstrated continued momentum of the hack the pentagon program which is sort of the overall umbrella beyond just its first year and further hardened the attack surface so i you know if they are there are any listeners who have hacking skills who liked to dig into systems you know you wanna make sure that you do it ethically that you're not crossing any lines but it's very clear to me that this concept of bug bounties where high profile well monied interests really have to have their products secured and and there's as dawning awareness that their own engineers are not doing the job for whatever reason as i've said i mean i understand it it takes other people to find bugs in things that's sort of the nature of the beast there's a career opportunity here.

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"eighty three dollars" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"eighty three dollars" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Fucking dow's missing valid unfortunately however is not the last time grant that amount has been awarded between twenty fourteen to twenty seventeen another financial aid student employee tyrone hankers was repeatedly awarded sixty five thousand dollars university needbased grant in two thousand fourteen hankinson was awarded another twenty two thousand six hundred eighty three dollars cout scholarship labeled as a mock trial scholarship sources who have been involved with trial it colluded as leadership say the team has never order scholarship at that amount at wouldn't even have the budget accommodate scholarship that amount as he's knows there's never mention came by way of a student only known as chase as to particular identity i see yeah they still other people and i was looking online and that got five they wouldn't release their names their identity but hundred back to college the dishes like i started seeing names it just post online if the fucking money yes out i i can understand the anger it also states that having versity brass were well aware of the scandal yourselves not the public address it henson's first name has been trending up with her since this morning and a lot of people had actions to it the grief yeah people's like i just want to know why his name wasn't flag by the irs right he lied at four hundred twenty nine thousand dollars a not making sense does the irs perform audit on the over not nine hundred ninety nine dollars.

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"eighty three dollars" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"eighty three dollars" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Create a million new american jobs is a problem at twenty thousand of those in pencil asia the bill when pri she was wages by three point one percent this twenty six hundred eighty three dollars in pennsylvania a bill that will grow gdp by three point nine percent almost four percent in an anaemic recover where we all of a sudden said you know what the new standard if we get the one point three or one point four set off the fireworks my dutch we're back in time listen the united states is currently number twenty three in the list if you want to start a new business i don't think many people look at this and say you know what i think i'll take a shot at the 23rd country i think that's right i wanna go because that's where i have the best opportunity so with the american people i think have watch this go on and on this circus this war between the parties and they start to think about it i gotta tell you this you know they blame both parties not republicans not democrats both parties and they say to themselves why is it in a country that's been blessed for so long with so much why is it that we can't agree on making our lives easier why can't we agreed that more take home pay is great for everyday americans why is it that we say you'll said if you're in the corporate world we're gonna make it top you to stay here we're going to overregulate we're going to overtax you never going over criticise you for leaving the united states essay these s o beazer unpatriotic is not that they're unpatriotic they're just not stupid la what what's going on here and there's a lot of optimism my friends i gotta tell you don't believe me go back to your calendar to deliver the eight the last year and you seek when this thing started doing celebrate after eight years of stagnation the american people looked at says it said you know what what an incredible day for america we're going to take off again that's actually happened look at the look at people's pensions look out the stock market has soared look on all this is app this is all because of optimism and the.

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"eighty three dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"eighty three dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A cool two thousand seven hundred eighty three dollars by particularly enthusiastic thunder cats fan even if they aren't meant you could make some scratch a lot of this is the a lot sold for more than two hundred dollars thunder cats lyon o actionfigure sold for twenty seven hundred almost twenty in our allies now thunder cats always made me ever at whenever i would see thunder cats i always thought that they just look weird i mean there people people cats i only did never never understood you watch thunder catch when you were kenneth real i didn't my brother dedza regale me with tales of halle when wake up and watch watch have under cats dan did you watch thunder cash show ruled man don't they look weird low dante attack than eight year old but guess looking back at how many different kinds of thunder cats were there i believe there is five and they were different types of when they are hope people they're the way had different body type so there was like a lion there was a tiger there was a like a like a leopard and as he not as he held warning ankara to save her i like her are they brought a man and find out they brought in this ebro he was one of under and he would he would have like a crisis of identity and be like i'm a cat right no you are no i think he burrow see now that would be an action figured worth a lot the zebra thunder cat that would be where i get at least one eight hundred dollars.

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"eighty three dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"eighty three dollars" Discussed on AP News

"One company sells about one hundred fifty thousand of them a year in china the cost between one hundred thirty two four hundred eighty three dollars depending on size the multimillionaire who fled the us on a rented snowmobile twelve years ago to hide in canada will spend a year and a half in a federal prison ciro gordon lawn owned a construction development business than pepperoni massachusetts and declared bankruptcy in two thousand one baht he'd hidden millions of dollars in cash and canada and he didn't tell anyone about it one was sentenced in federal court after pleading guilty to concealing assets and committing perjury in two thousand five lawn run of the snowmobile in maine and routed into new brunswick he remained a fugitive until last year hundai is recalling almost six hundred thousand suvs because of a problem with the hood latch and a warning light there are two different models being recalled the largest recall covers more than four hundred thirty seven thousand santa fe and santa fe sport suvs from 2013 to twenty seven team on those bottles a cable for the secondary hood latch can corrode and let the hood fly up if the primary latches secured the second recall is for one hundred sixty one thousand genesis and sonata models from 2015 in 2016 the parking brake light may our work because of corrosion and a switch the problem could let the cars be driven while the break is still john and as your i finish father's day the day to see thanks to the most important guy in the world this year get.

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"eighty three dollars" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"eighty three dollars" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"He's running all over the place and having fun interactive outing does a great job so congratulations to kane's as we get in his name a political award happy at the museum a awards when it continues another one of my favorites is and how they knew he knows it out eleven annual answer here comes in as we on tuesday for the anyone hot three goes so in honor of us cancer awareness and he misses winston's and a lot reside money hard job very during his guys on presented a donations right four hundred and how's an eight hundred and eighty three dollars in the wolves are it's easy to come that reflects throws season every take on his twenty sixteen i mean that's limiting and many absolutely you get a lot of i'm not in the game you get a lot of home the line during their opportunity to stuff like this and i mean it's important to recognize his consummate here initiatives since its inception has raised three point three the organization performances also included make every gentry hillary scott williams about others can't seem to from the voice perform turn out and not a sammy nominated number one twenty our it's on here with andy murray.

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