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00:34 sec | 9 months ago

French telecom company Orange convicted over suicides

"In a landmark ruling major European telecommunications bell relaunch faces an eighty three thousand dollar fine on old to pay more in damages of a suicide between twenty oh six I'm twenty oh nine while the company was on the going difficult restructuring schools of employees killed themselves during the period with the recent trial focusing on thirty nine cases nineteen suicides twelve suicide attempts and eight cases of serious depression all the employees suicides could be linked directly and solely with that work the exact total of the damages is pending I'm Charleston with as much

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"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

10:22 min | 10 months ago

"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Was qualified to serve on this board and I believe your knowledge that apparently he was not in fact qualifies as far as I can tell he didn't seem to be the pastor is the rub Republican counsel who starts off in a blinding swallow way and to look not sharp and any zero weighing in on these people and nailing them so very often who as far as the Democrats have betrayed is an expert and he is on a scalable and you can't criticize him Vendramin has said far as I can tell hunter Biden was not qualified to serve on the board but keep in mind that also said that he didn't know anything about Biden and the prosecutor being fired add to protect Biden's kid these people are so all over the ballpark you want to fight I'm sorry Elise the phonic is a star of these hearings New York congresswoman she is fabulous she's just been doing a bang up job she is fearless you've been going after chef and has is forced ship in to a position of being mean to the girl which of course Democrats supposedly never arm and she gets in both the witnesses to say that hunter Biden on the board of a raise my hand the potential for conflict of interest number twenty number every witness who has testified in has been asked this has answered yes do you agree that hunter Biden on the board of Marie's my has the potential for the appearance of a conflict of interest certainly the potential yes and ms Williams yes okay so this is not been a good day for Biden I don't care what anybody says it has not been a good day for Biden because the Democrat opponents running against him for the nomination now have info if they want to use it that does not come from Republicans it comes from these independent scalable with that there must that there had to be a confident Biden's vice presidents kids on the border verismo heaving take eighty three thousand dollars a month his dad got a prosecutor looking into wood fired none of these people care though none of these people care these people so outraged over what trump did in delaying assistance now we start at the top here is Devin newness and how he opened his portion of the hearing is audio sound bite number one the media of course are free to act as Democrats profits and they're free to learn from the Russia holds to the Ukraine hoax at the direction of their public masters but they cannot reasonably expect to do so without alienating half the country who voted for the president they're trying to expel Americans have learned to recognize fake news when they see it and if the mainstream press will give it to them straight they'll go elsewhere to find which is exactly what the American people are doing no no this was on fire for his in tire opening statement and was calling out the Democrats on the unfairness and the hypocrisy and the fault in this vial of all of this now we move to lieutenant colonel Veneman they're very careful with very careful we're being told you got to be very careful he's a decorated army man wearing the blues he's wearing a full dress you wanted and I got to be very very careful we didn't have to be careful what general Petraeus we can call him a liar we can call in general be trance we could run ads on it before even testified to Democrats could destroy him all they want which they did by the way and John Kerry could run around and accuses marines of how deep stuff in Iraq an Iraq war of terrorizing women and children in a row we either have to be very careful with lieutenant colonel and then let's see how this works when the Democrats call a Democrat a military you got to be very you'll hear challenge of your Republicans you cannot the Democrats call somebody in the military can destroy them don't have to show them any respect at all lieutenant colonel Veneman is opening statement admitted that he why is concerned about the impact this will have on you crane not the United States I was concerned by the call what I heard was inappropriate and I reported my concerns to Mr Eisenberg it is improper for the president of the United States to demand for government investigate a US citizen and a political opponents it was also clear that if Ukraine pursuit investigation into the two thousand sixteen elections the bidens and very smart it would be interpreted as a partisan plane this would undoubtedly result in Ukraine losing by Parsons for undermining US national security and advancing Russian strategic objectives in the region I want to emphasize to the committee that when I record my concerns are July tenth relating to mass or someone and on July twenty fifth relating to the president I did so out of a sense of duty of course we did not challenge of course it was a sense of duty but duties to hope I guess I have so stated Veneman does not see his duty as being to the commander in chief ladies and gentleman when does not see himself serving of the pleasure of the president of the United States he sees himself serving the inter agency group he sees himself serving the interests of the intelligence community in the state department he does not see himself as serving at the pleasure of the president he does not see himself as mayor to advance the foreign policy of the president of the United States he is there to do the bidding of the people higher than he is on his chain of command in the inter agency group it is improper for the president should demand a foreign government investigate a U. S. citizen trump didn't demand anything he asked for a favor Veneman was asked later about this well the president is much higher on the chain of command and the president of Ukraine there is no chain of command with the president high atop it and the president of Ukraine below it in the men's world all that remains is the chain of command but there is a chain of command isn't of Ukraine does not have to follow the orders of the president of the United States but but in Veneman's world asking for a favor I give his general came to him Hey Donovan you know I'd be you could do me a favor wash my car that's a demand that didn't go wash the car in his world so he's transposing his world on trump into Lynskey and thinking so Lynskey isn't is a subordinate to trump someone from past the favorites in demand and then he said the it was clear that if Ukraine pursued an investigation into the twenty sixteen elections which is really what trump was asking because Ukrainian attempted to undermine trump's campaign buttons one says if trump tries to get them to do that that was that that's a partisan play that would result in Ukraine losing bi partisan support undermining US nationals wow what what what why is he there he is there to represent US national interests not Ukraine's but not in his world in his world he is there to advance Ukraine's national just like he testified later that he told the newly elected Zelinsky to be very worried about two things rations and domestic in Florence by the United States in the domestic influence in in Ukraine he was later asked how many times have you met the lets go of those are one time so that's when you told him to be leery of these two things the Lansky's never met them in one on one then one was part of a gigantic group of people in a meeting but it is clear here that Veneman thinks his duty is protecting your crate from Donald Trump his duty is protecting your question from the United States while Donald Trump as president that's not his job listen to the next night Adam Schiff question during the may twenty trip to Ukraine for the inauguration of the new president did you have an opportunity to offer any advice to present not look like what you'd want leading question this is because Veneman's testified already behind closed doors did you have the opportunity to offer any advice to the new print what there is a low man here in this chain then one would not have a one on one I project to offer advice to the president of Ukraine this would be like our fourth ranked adviser to the ambassador to the United States from Ukraine taking the president aside no offering advice it wouldn't happen but then the men claims it did and this is what he said yes Herman what was the price that you gave them to me particular cautious with regards to Russia and it's it's desire to provoke Ukraine and the second one was to stay out of the U. S. domestic policy do in politics politics why did you feel is necessary devise presence Lynskey to stay away from U. S. domestic politics I chairman our in the March and April time frame became clear that there were they were actors in the U. S. CYO public actors non governmental actors that were promoting the idea of investigations and two thousand sixteen now you craning interference that's Rudy now I need to explain this bike this is this is to me that I can't tell you how this ticks me off the the the presumption of this lieutenant colonel Josh picks me I don't have time right now I got to take a break and hang on we'll get to in a minute Rush Limbaugh your.

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"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:39 min | 10 months ago

"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Now while we come up with a few of those supporters and some of the other side protesting the supporters several there's couple rallies going on right now tell me why are you I'm here because I believe in democracy I believe in everybody's right stand up for what they believe and I believe in the democratic process and I believe part of that process is the impeachment process and I believe very strongly that trump is compromised and that we shouldn't have somebody who is compromised by the Russians in the White House it's dangerous right I actually do believe in democracy and I believe in this country will call them free elections I love Texas and I don't think he's welcome here Carlos and tell me who you representing today on here in northwest Austin Republican women and also Travis county Republican Party I just want to be here for the president he's coming to Austin and we really appreciate how well he's done with the economy and new jobs and he'll be here at the apples manufacturing site here in Austin so we want to show our appreciation and make sure he's welcome in Austin on the other side had a chance to speak to some of the protesters say there for the impeachment process I think this whole impeachment thing is a joke it's just like they didn't find anything in the Russian collusion it's a narrative to try to get rid of them and undermine his presidency basically I don't see that he did anything wrong with his discussions with the Ukraine there's clearly in the the twenty sixteen campaign Ukraine was involved in meddling and there's also a lot of questions about what hunter Biden was getting paid eighty three thousand dollars for during the Obama administration so I think the Democrats on the one that needs to be investigated I just feel people we caught up with yesterday yes six fifty and over sides of the road Richard in east Austin good morning good morning how you doing guys what's on your mind well I back in nineteen sixty eight I know that's a long time ago again yes yeah I yeah I thought I saw on there anyway they tried to impeach president Andrew Johnson you know this you know because they don't like his politics yeah I think passed a law that said this is what you gotta do and he said no I'm not going to do that and even if I have some people who they said he couldn't find it and if I didn't take it because they didn't like of politics yeah that'll do it now yeah no you're right it's it's it's a process it's now been weaponized and now it's a political tool into it it should be something that's very clear there are real crime yeah jump in here at five one two eight three six zero five ninety think about the amount of money that's being wasted this costs money to have hearings like this you know it it take about that and it it's got all lead up to know where I want to ask you a very personal question caught if I may have you ever seen your mother topless now I'll give you a minute no I have not you're certain of that yes you weren't breast fed no okay well I had both a mother and a step mother and here's the deal the stepmother in Utah is actually facing criminal charges she could this could force her to have to register as a sex offender what happened here's the deal after allegedly being seen topless by her step children inside her own home Chile began in twenty eight she was working with her husband out their garage it should happen in late twenty seven okay let me guess there's there's a there's an angry and angry biological mother and go there you go so they're working out the garage just happen late twenty seventeen or early twenty eighteen both the father and the step mother removed their shirts to reduce some kind of work out there in the garage and they apparently removed their shirts to prevent dust from getting on them I don't know how that mom wasn't wearing a bra the step mother was topless the children ages nine and thirteen saw the couple both topless and the birth mother found out about this and she called child welfare her kids saw their step mom topless and she was a large she said she was alarmed well the step mother was charged back in February with three counts of misdemeanor lewdness involving a child the husband faces no charges I guess is moved for big enough to to be a problem I think this is one of those cities where it's okay for men to go topless but it's not okay for the women well the bottom level if they lose she could be on the sex offender registry because she was topless in front of her step kids while at a local according to the fact that we know so far I mean doesn't sound like she should be S. railroad sector there's got to be more to the story this was the privacy of her own home the husband was right next door now I do have a step mother's well and I have to say to the best of my recollection to the best of my recollection I've never seen her topless right I can't say that one hundred percent not that I remember a specific incident there might be something that I completely so I sent a memo that you see a a very famous woman breast feeding it up at a public library that freak you out well not it's aged studied you it's studied you forever in my home in our home our private home woman did come there was a well I don't want to mention names but but she she was still alive of a well known guy somebody we know not that you know personally but but I did witness her breast feeding I saw her full breast I was a child it upset me you're gonna be okay though I'm going to be okay but it did upset you well here's the deal so I growing up you you little the time out here are you the step mom the shoulder boobs in and could be a registered sex offender yes you think that's a a miscarriage of justice of course it seems extreme right does unless there's more details to the story but you do have a problem with breast feeding moms you do think that that's no I don't have a problem with breast feeding moms at all I mean public yeah I have a part of problem with Millicent breast feeding mothers who me in public who want to make sure that you see them breast feeding because they want you to know that yeah you can do that I know this is an issue that speak to you now the only thing the only other little little addition to this story we should add here is that prosecutors this is in West Valley city wherever that is said that this step mother was under the influence of alcohol in apparently which she removed her shirt she made the comment that she would put it back on only if her husband exposed himself at all that's according to the prosecutors and I guess this is according to the kids did the dad show is not a bad so I don't I don't believe he did I'm just trying to figure out because this seems pretty extreme well here's the deal what is alive because I grew up with the mother as you did yes I saw my mother topless on many occasions out because I'm trying to I'm trying to figure out what you're fighting for well I I want to ask you want to see more bombs are less I just want to ask the question what is the one I saw my mom topless on numerous occasions up because she wanted to parade around the house topless but just because we live in the same house and I saw her you know would catch a glimpse of she was leaving the bathroom after showers something whatever I don't think about it yeah what is the line here because that wasn't against the law was it Todd John show Jeffries here let me ask you a question about your business are you experiencing IT issues maybe you and your employees wasting a whole lot of time and money trying to work things out get those servers in the network running correctly believe me I know how stressful that can be you're trying to be productive but the machines just start working call my friends are.

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"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Once trump impeached of course he does. let me give you the time line on Ukraine and then we're going to give you the time line on hunter Biden and China will along with his dad in that case. now if we start and end again the media will never report this but this is very damning because it all let's go back to twenty fourteen and twenty fourteen president Obama appointed his vice president Biden to lead the administration's efforts in Ukraine only a few months later in April twenty fourteen Sameer Joe Biden's son hunter well he scored a very lucrative position on the board of this massive Ukrainian gas company that we've been telling you will get out about it's called Bary smallholdings now few months later. that's what happened again he was just appointed by Obama then hunter Biden according to all the reports we have looked deep pewter Sweitzer is locked Jon Solomon is locked nobody can find that hunter Biden never had any experience in the energy industry he was thrown out of school for very serious reasons now I had no experience in the oil and gas sector he had no experience in the country of Ukraine it's not like he was a Ukraine expert but those giant Ukrainian oil and gas company well they've reportedly shelled out more than three million dollars this was eighty three thousand dollars a month for him in eighty three thousand dollars a month for his partner and that one on told not that long ago but millions of dollars okay why what what did the hunter Biden do for them it's not like he has any experience in this industry but anyway that that's what the the Ukrainian oil and gas company did call berry smallholdings so all this money goes to them a year later in November of twenty fifteen Joe Biden this is where it gets interesting he Joe Biden was advised by the New York times that his son hunter was under investigation by Ukraine authorities then in December of twenty fifteen Joe Biden made his first request to the president then president of Ukraine to fire the prosecutor that was leading the corruption investigation into Bary smallholdings the energy company that was paying his son hunter Biden the company that was making his son a millionaire so right there on the surface it looks like the classic definition of what we call a played a pasty. now let's stay with the time line in March of twenty sixteen Jon Solomon reporting that the vice president no that this prosecutor was investigating his son Joe Biden knew that the prosecutor was about to conduct an interview with the son hunter Biden so what did then vice president sleepy creepy Joe three oh three three oh do well sleazy Joe actually leverage and this is the tape will play it again because this is him bragging about what he did now why would a vice president of the United States of America ever feel a need or compulsion to ask for the firing of Ukraine prosecutor why would that ever be a situation I said I'm not.

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"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Now wants trump impeached of course he does. let me give you the time line on Ukraine and then we're going to give you the time line on hunter Biden and China will along with his dad in that case. now if we start and end again the media will never report this but this is very damning because it all let's go back to twenty fourteen and twenty fourteen president Obama appointed his vice president Biden to lead the administration's efforts in Ukraine only a few months later in April twenty fourteen Sameer Joe Biden's son hunter well he scored a very lucrative position on the board of this massive Ukrainian gas company that we've been telling you will get out about it's called Bary smallholdings now few months later. that's what happened again he was just appointed by Obama then hunter Biden according to all the reports we have looked deep pewter Sweitzer is locked Jon Solomon is look nobody can find that hunter Biden never had any experience in the energy industry he was thrown out of school for very serious reasons now I had no experience in the oil and gas sector he had no experience in the country of Ukraine it's not like he was a Ukraine expert but those giant Ukrainian oil and gas company well they were reportedly shelled out more than three million dollars this was eighty three thousand dollars a month for him in eighty three thousand dollars a month for his partner and that one on told not that long ago but millions of dollars okay why what what did by hunter Biden do for them it's not like he has any experience in this industry but anyway that that's what the the Ukrainian oil and gas company did call Bary smallholdings so all this money goes to them that a year later in November of twenty fifteen Joe Biden this is where it gets interesting he Joe Biden was advised by the New York times that his son hunter was under investigation by Ukraine authorities then in December of twenty fifteen Joe Biden made his first request to the president then president of Ukraine to fire the prosecutor that was leading the corruption investigation into Bary smallholdings the energy company that was paying his son hunter Biden the company that was making his son a millionaire so right there on the surface it looks like the classic definition of what we call a played a pasty. now let's stay with the time line in March of twenty sixteen Jon Solomon reporting that the vice president no that this prosecutor was investigating his son Joe Biden knew that the prosecutor was about to conduct an interview with the son hunter Biden so what did then vice president sleepy creepy Joe three oh three three oh do well sleazy Joe actually leveraged and this is the tape will play it again because this is him bragging about what he did now why would a vice president of the United States of America ever feel a need or a compulsion to ask for the firing of Ukraine prosecutor why would that ever be a situation I said I'm not getting warmer.

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"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

10:45 min | 1 year ago

"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on KNSS

"You are you're not the president the president said I should call one. tell you not get ours I said you're not getting the bill and I will be leaving here I think it was was six hours I look as if we were to six hours of the prosecutors not fired you're not getting the money. you're not getting a billion I'm leaving in six hours and they're prosecutors at the prosecutors not fire didn't now I'm not giving you the money son of a big got fired now why would the vice president of the United States of America our leverage American tax dollars and say do as I say and fire the prosecutor that's investigating the very same gas company that is paying my son and his firm astronomical amount of money every single month I'm and that's a conspiracy theory nine now the question is why would a vice president of the United States well number one why would he think he has the authority to do such with our tax money and number two why would he ever involve himself in something like this if it wasn't serious now at the heart of the story we have two people that are with us for the full hour and we're going to go through this in chapter and verse we have John Solomon who is an investigative reporter executive by vice president of the hill and Peter Schweitzer is what the government accountability institute and president and institute president author of secret empires both now have been talking about this as we have now for a long time and the media's ignored it but I will say this this is another boomerang this is another case where the they get a Democrats your corrupt media mob ran out ahead of a story without any truth evidence or facts and now it's about to blow up in their face even more than you can imagine based on information that I know that's coming welcome both of you back to the program thanks for being with us thanks John John Solomon you played a role in two very big stories surrounding this one is that for some time now that Ukraine and the guy. men have wanted to give America evidence of their efforts to influence the twenty sixteen election I thought Democrats and the media cared about that but if it's not trump apparently not arm that's number one what we start there yeah so if it is a fact not a conspiracy theory that hunter Biden received more than three million dollars to his private investment firm in the United States in two hundred fifty thousand dollars to his private law firm from Ukrainian gas company as shortly after Joe Biden and the vice president was named to oversee the Ukraine U. S. relationship that is a fact it is a fact that in November of twenty fifteen vice president Joe Biden was advised by the New York times that his son was under investigation and his office acknowledge they were where the investigation by Ukraine authorities but that it was hunter Biden's to deal with a month later it is a fact that vice president Joe Biden made his first request to Ukraine president Petro Poroshenko in December twenty fifteen to fire the prosecutor that was leading that investigation into brief my holdings a company that paid under body it is a fact in March of twenty sixteen it's not a conspiracy if there is a fact that Joe Biden knowing about prosecutor was investigating is found in aware that his son was about to be interviewed in in conjunction with the case it is a fact that he leveraged the one billion dollars in US aid and forced portion for to fire the general prosecutor name Shokan who is overseeing that investigation those are conspiracy theories those are facts and there's one other facts it is a requirement of U. S. law that all federal officials avoid the appearance of a conflict of interest when conducting US policy that means if your family member has a financial interest in the outcome of a decision you're about to be involved in you're supposed to recuse yourself Joe Biden knew his son had a financial interest in breeze mom had a financial interest in that prosecutor. instead of recusing himself he thrust himself directly into the middle of firing that prosecutor that is one of the most compelling issues and damning are set of facts that I'm that anybody's ever laid out now Peter Schweitzer has done the same thing as a in his book which is a best seller which is secret empires and it even goes deeper and both of you have also follow the issue of Biden and his son that is a relates to business and in China but let's stay focused on Ukraine for a second Peter Schweitzer in your book you go into chapter and verse what happened here what we thought what we go through that sure and let me just say I mean John's done a terrific service in in bringing out to moving this narrative forward for the American people but you know what all the people who say this is conspiracy theory don't want to deal and discuss is the simple fact that Joe Biden was put in charge is the point person in US policy toward Ukraine by president Obama in twenty fourteen a couple of months later hunter Biden gets this sweetheart deal from the reason of this corrupt natural gas company and they end up paying him according to financial records is not speculation we actually have the financial records he was getting about eighty three thousand dollars a month now the problem is Sean will slow down he was getting eighty three thousand dollars of that going directly to him or to the for me was working for went into an account to that his phone held there were two payments are they came a month of eighty three thousand dollars one for him the other one for Devin archer his business partner who is also put on the board of the response and then to be a hunter would take out hundreds of thousands of dollars out of this account was very clear that the black servicing consulting fee for him was eighty three thousand dollars in it was eighty three thousand dollars a month for his business partner and and the problem is Sean as with China he has no background in and no extra. she's in anything that would be useful to briefly as no background in energy has no background in natural gas is no background in Ukraine and so the central question that that the people who dismiss this don't want to deal with is he wasn't selling his expertise what was hunter Biden selling he was selling something he was getting paid a lot of money for and the Ukrainians were paying for something and that's why I think the central part of the story and it gets them move forward because we Joe Biden being the point person on your train policy he's in charge of the Obama administration initiative to rejuvenate the Ukrainian energy industry the natural gas industry of which billion as part of your body his point person on the distribution of more than a billion dollars in US aid and western aid that goes to Ukraine and some of that money is run through the accounts of our local artists who are connected to the reason I mean this is a tangled web in so many ways and what they are hoping is to sort of dismiss this to have this go away there was no rational or logical explanation as to why hunter Biden was being paid this money by Ukrainians over there and it was a pleasure to play system whether they're paying him for services rendered or whether they're paying him some kind of retainer because they want to tap his access in his power and his contact with his father we don't know but I think the American people should know because Shawn this unprecedented I mean we've had situations before were politicians family member you know you go back to Billy Carter you had a situation with Neil brush but it's nothing in comparison to what we've seen with hunter Biden where he literally went around the globe and struck lucrative deals with foreign governments and foreign old guard and cashed in why was father was vice president so it's a you're talking about two tracks per month for eighty three grand each one went to hunter Biden. the other went to I guess is business partner Devin archer does have an archer of any background experience and energy or natural gas no none whatsoever his background is he wears a business partner with hunter Biden in this and he was the a finance co chairman for John Kerry's two thousand four campaign and of course remember at this time in twenty fourteen the secretary of state is John Kerry the vice president's on any former finance co chairman for the John Kerry campaign cashing in while Joe Biden as vice president and John Kerry is secretary of state that's why it's so ironic when John Kerry team you know to Joe Biden's rescue this weekend to proclaim his innocence in all of this you know his family in some respects but more specifically in this case one of whose fund raisers is directly involved in this stay right there we're gonna pick it up another piece to all of this is well is actually the state department that sent Rudy Giuliani New York city's mayor on a mission to Ukraine a fact finding mission which is how his involvement took place we also now know the wash it imposed to say there was no quid pro quo but the fact what why would a vice president of the United States of America leverage taxpayer dollars funding for Ukraine when in fact we will be no other you while you're not getting the billion unless you're fired the prosecutor the pose the prosecutor the prosecutor is the one that's investigating for respond the gas company that is paying a fortune to his son not bite and we'll take a break more John Solomon more Peter Schweitzer want to remind you all right listen all of us send emails all of us receive emails all of us and tax all of us receive tax okay maybe you think everything's protected why because well it's it's it's password protected wifi at my house no it's not they can hack it maybe it's public wifi you need a password no it's not for. attacked it that's why if you really want to protect your privacy in this day and age you need Norton secure or V. P. N. it's a virtual private network they use bank grade encryption it hides all of your online activity what does that mean every email you send and receive every text message you send and receive has the bank grade encryption and by the way this protects everything that you have in a way that well they can't hack now you install it your log in once you let it run in.

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"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Is eight seven seven seven eleven fifty two eleven if you want to call and we do have a caller on hold through the break your it's because out of palm desert California Gus welcome to the show and how can I help you. Hey are you going to tell all my question is today you said it's okay to pull equity from the mortgage so I bought a house a couple years ago at one fifty five now take two eighty three do you recommend pull pulling the equity and put it into another property and reading that property that be a small thing to do. I would be the only thing to do absolutely do that. do you recommend that day well now the thing is I don't have any they've been very helpful just in case there's an orange tree. okay that. yeah but what does that have to do with anything what does that have to do with anything because think about it you don't have any savings now once you get a rent house you get a positive cash flow coming in and you can use a positive cash flow to create savings right now you have no savings because you don't have enough income. so you need to create more income so you need to go get the money out so you can go buy a red houses are making some money in fact a give me those numbers get let me figure out how much money you have or what they wouldn't get out which house returning I bought. what's your job two eighty three two hundred eighty three alright let me get my trusty telephone calculator out here which is so purely radio driven. nine hundred doesn't work here come over to that here where is the calculator and never never can I find it when I need it. I hate this okay there we found it our it was take that number was take a tour in eighty three thousand dollars. and you can borrow about eighty percent of it times point eight so you get a loan for up to two twenty six your how much now. one thirty the two. one thirty two. I mean you walk we.

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"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Mushrooms before? What does it do? How does it make the body fit? What does it do for me? And I'm sure different people have different actors and just a little it just made you hallucinate I have, but I have really great fun ones. And you know, I was in a great mood. I was laughing so hard. I couldn't stop crying. It was fun. And I to raise at the time and people were turning into characters from Winnie the Pooh in front of my eyes say that using drugs. It's funny happen. But why? But why why are they making it legal this? Decriminalize it. So in other words, it's not legal, but you're not gonna get arrested or prosecuted for it. Right. Yeah. So that's all that's only. On. I don't find it. I don't think it's something addictive. 'cause I never felt like I needed to do it again. But I will say it is natural like something that just grows out of the ground. And then when it goes the body is just over like, you don't have any after effects after where it of goes quick. When you're when you're driving drive kill somebody. Like, what did they do? I wouldn't do that. Unless I was like had nothing to do for a few hours, and I wasn't going anywhere. I'm just I wouldn't do any never drive when you have any type of anything in your system. So even if you just had over the counter prescription medicine, I mean over the counter medicines just still shouldn't drive. All right now. Let's talk about if you are graduating in twenty nineteen what are the most popular jobs right now on average. They're saying that the number one job that new graduates have is entry level software engineers, and they make eighty three thousand dollars per year on average that's pretty good salary fresh out of college and the guy made about one fourth of that when I graduated, and according to linked in some of the other most popular jobs when people graduate is a registered nurse. Number two salesperson is number three teachers number four accountant is number five. And then it goes on from there. That's a class twenty nineteen. Yes. And unless jokes to everybody in Houston, by the way,.

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"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Questions from J in Arkansas, I'm forty three with a household income of a hundred and forty thousand and eighty three thousand dollars in student loan that other than that are only debt is the mortgage. Do we have enough time to pay off the debt build wealth, and and give generously? Sure. Pay off that debt in two years that will be forty one thousand forty one thousand five hundred dollars a year, and you would be debt free in two years out of one hundred forty you'd have to get by on one hundred grand give me a break. Of course, you can do that. Definitely. Guys. That's a simple thing. You can do by the way. One of the things that causes you to have hope is the numbers. Sometimes you get hope from the motivational talk the coach at halftime. Right. And then sometimes I'm that guy. Sometimes you get hope from me kicking your butt and getting you moving sometimes you get hope from other things. But really if you'll just sit down and crunch the numbers you start to go. There is a light at the end of the tunnel. It's not an oncoming train. And I it's some simple. Big math numbers is nothing is rocket science here. I'm not really doing some detailed analysis. You look at the shovel in the whole how big a holy you. And how much debt of you got counting your house and or not counting your house either? One. Usually not counting your house. And then how big a shovel to you have what's your income in that case? We've got a good size shovel one hundred and forty thousand dollars a year. That's a nice income. In case, you didn't know the average household income in America right now is fifty nine thousand so that's substantially above average. But he's got an above average student loan that to the average student loan that's thirty seven and he's sitting at eighty three but look at one forty versus eighty three and you start asking yourself. How fast can you pay that off? Well after taxes you're not getting home with one forty and if you actually wanted to eat, you're not gonna pay off eighty three and one year one forty minus taxes, minus eighty three equals zero right? And you're not gonna have any money. So we're not going to do it in one year. Well, what if we break it into two years like I just said half of that forty grand forty one thousand dollars each year for two years out of a hundred and forty that's very very doable. So that guy should be if he gets on a budget quits going out to eat sell so much stuff that the kids think they're next takes an extra job lives on a budget that I mentioned in east live on a budget, and his wife is helping him and they're working together. If he's married if you do that he should be debt free in about eighteen. Eighteen months, but a maximum of twenty four not counting his home making one forty you should pay off eight three, but it's just a ratio of one forty two eighty three. What if he call what if he told me had a debt of? One hundred and fifty thousand well fifty thousand a year for three years, right? That's one hundred fifty devout about three you follow me. And just can you do that? I'll make one forty. Yeah. You can do it. That's going to be a long three years, and they can do it. They can they can get there. So you just start to look at basically how long is it gonna take him to knock that out? And he's going to be forty five years old. He's gonna have a mortgage on lake. Can you become wealthy doing that? Sure. You've got twenty years left to invest you build your emergency fund and you start investing fifteen percent of your income. If you invest fifteen percent of your income for twenty years, you'll be a millionaire Moshe w certainly if you make one hundred forty K, oh, and by the way during that twenty years, you're probably gonna get a razor too. So we're really not projecting accurately because we don't know what the raises are going to be a linear projection of one forty for twenty years at fifteen percent. That would make him a millionaire investing in good growth stock mutual funds inside his 4._0._1._K and Roth IRA's just like we talk about over and over and over and over and over again, of course, Dave Ramsey does know anything about investing. He's good for getting out of debt. Dave Ramsey doesn't know anything about investing. Now, I've just turned more people in a millionaires than anybody else. That's all. But I don't do anything. That's you know, that investing is a hobby, and I don't do anything weird. And I don't do any get rich quick. And I'm not trying to play bunch of risk. I simply want invest in something steady. The tortoise wins the race every time. I read the book the hair loses and all these people run around with flash die. She who uses to be rich will not go. Unpunished the bible says get rich quick. We'll get your face punched in. I'm going to start buying selling real estate. I have no money but most are buying and selling real estate one hundred percent down. I mean a hundred percent financed. You're going to go bankrupt. Is what you just said. It's just a matter of win. Because the economy's gonna cycle when the economy cycles all the stupid that you're doing is exposed Orrin buffet said when the tide goes out, you can tell he was skinny dipping when stupid get stressed tested. You can tell what's going on with it. It's revealed as stupid when you're making a ton of money, and the economy's on fire and white-hot you you start thinking. Well, I think I can I can do whatever here. I and you you think you're stupid is covered by just sheer prosperity. But that is not stupid. And but when Snoopy gets rested it'll show up. Don't get fancy guys get out of debt, use your income as your most powerful wealth-building too. And become a millionaire and retire with dignity. I'm sorry. I wish was just some big fancy thing. But it's really not. That's yet. That's the whole thing. And if you want something more sophisticated than that, then you're not following the data points that millionaires. Follow your following something you read something stupid on motley fool or something stupid, which is aptly named or something stupid on CNN money. There's two things that don't go together. I mean think about it, really. So I mean, really why don't you just study what rich people do do rich people do. Why is this hard? If you wanna be skinny talked to skinny people go, how'd you do that stayed away from the cookies and ran five miles this morning. All right. There's your plan. Why is this hard? It's hard because I like cookies that's the problem. But the problem with my money is not that some big complicated thing. I don't understand the secrets of the rich. Now, you don't want to control the person in your mirror. That's the problem. The problem with not my money is the person my mayor if I can get this guy merit behave. He can be skinny and rich the eggos weather's in Bakersfield, California idea. Go. How are you? Good yourself better than I deserve, sir. How can I help you a quick question? Pretty much. I'm we have a house mom's house. So we're paying the mortgage. They're my girlfriend about a Finnish stern possibly December January. She's going for tra- sound technician. Mhm wandering. Toward. Hey, check and save it to pay off by how straight out from my mom. Or should we invest it? Well, I would be one hundred percent debt free. I accept the home. Do you have any debt except the home? No, okay. Then Secondly, I would build an emergency fund of three to six months of expenses. We call that baby. Step three. And what you've got that rainy day fund. Then I was started investing fifteen percent of your income into retirement and beyond that I would pay off your house early now Diego. You don't have your girlfriend's name on the house that you bought from your mother. No good. You should not have a house. You should not own a home with someone. You're not married to you will get yourself in all kinds of crap. So technically speaking, this is your house, and she's your roommate? Okay. All right legally that keeps you in pretty good shape. And we understand that the problem for her is unless she's got a ring on her finger called marriage. If she uses her money to pay off your house that leaves her pretty vulnerable, and I would recommend to her not to do that. Anderson. So you know, if you're gonna start you're gonna start living life towards.

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"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Can be easy to let all the various and sundry economic indicators just roll right over here. But I want you to take a minute to let what I'm about to say sink in the black home ownership rate in this country. That is the percentage of black households who own the homes in which they live is just under forty two percent. Very nearly the same level. It was fifty years ago when housing discrimination was still legal in this country white households by the way, seventy three percents homeownership. Marketplace's Amy Scott reports now from Houston on some efforts to narrow that gap. Ashley Gibson is still in the first flash of homeownership to this is what I learned about the house because of the backyard, and is so much space for the kids just run around and just enjoy themselves. Gibson is thirty one and works with the state, health and human services commission. She lives with her two kids ages two and twelve and her grandma. She bought this four bedroom. Two bath house in suburban Houston for a hundred and eighty three thousand dollars when they moved in in July. She remembers my son was in the backyard playing and I was just looking outside and novels like, yeah, we're finally in our home, and I get that feeling to this day is just such a good feeling to know that, you know, this is my home, but getting to that feeling took a long time and a lot of work gives in started looking two years ago, and saving everything she could when it came time to get serious as specifically look for an African American role. I felt. Like, you know, she would understand my knees, and my wife, I am Sherry Jackson. I am the brokering owner Ombrella royalty Jackson is also on a mission. She belongs to the national association of real estate brokers. Have black trade group whose goal is to produce two million. New black homeowners across the country in the next five years in Houston. Black home ownership is about thirty two percent still far lower than before the housing crisis. Jackson says African Americans were more likely to lose their homes to foreclosure during the crisis. They've had a harder time getting credit since and there was hurricane Harvey, which increased demand for houses and helped push up prices. The average price of a home now is two hundred and fifty thousand dollars when twelve years ago. It was maybe one Twenty-one thirty Jackson starts all her clients with buyers one oh one I she and gives drew up a budget to see how much house she could afford. Then gibson. And went to work on her credit score paying down debt and spending less. It was an educational session each and every time and she'll get the taco real fast in her realtor. Lingo. What does that even me? Gibson score gradually rose from the low six hundred to nearly seven hundred she found a house. She liked in Missouri city a Houston suburb with a large black middle class. It was just something about the house. It was everything that we needed Jackson connected Gibson with a lender. And guided her through the paperwork, and that's one homeowner closer to that two million goal for its part. The Houston black real.

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"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Let all the various and sundry economic indicators just roll right over here. But I want you to take a minute to let one about to say sink in the black home ownership rate in this country. That is the percentage of black households who own the homes in which they live is just under forty two percent. Very nearly the same level. It was fifty years ago when housing discrimination was still legal in this country white households by the way, seventy three percents homeownership. Marketplace's Amy Scott reports now from Houston on some efforts to narrow that gap. Ashley Gibson is still in the first flush of homeownership to this is what I love about the house because of the backyard, and is so much space for the kids just run around and just enjoy themselves. Gibson is thirty one and works with the state, health and human services commission. She lives with her two kids ages two and twelve and her grandma. She bought this four bedroom. Two bath house in suburban Houston for one hundred and eighty three thousand dollars when they moved in July. She remembers my son was in the backyard playing and I was just looking outside and novels like, yeah, we're finally in our home, and I get that feeling to this day is just such a good feeling to know that, you know, this is my home but getting to that feeling took a long time and a lot of work. Gibson started looking two years ago, and saving everything she could when it came time to get serious. I specifically look for an African American role is her I felt. Like, you know, she would understand my knees in my wife. I am Cherie Jackson. I am the Brooklyn owner of umbrella rookie Jackson is also on a mission. She belongs to the national association of real estate brokers of black trade group whose goal is to produce two million. New black homeowners across the country in the next five years in Houston. Black home ownership is about thirty two percent still far lower than before the housing crisis. Jackson says African Americans were more likely to lose their homes to foreclosure during the crisis. They've had a harder time getting credit since and there was hurricane Harvey, which increased demand for houses and helped push up prices. The average price of a home now is two hundred and fifty thousand dollars when twelve years ago. It was maybe one Twenty-one thirty Jackson starts all her clients with buyers one oh one I she and Gibson drew up a budget to see how much house she could afford. Then gives. Went to work on her credit score paying down debt and spending less. It was an educational session each and every time and she'll get the taco real fast in her realtor. Lingo. What does that even me? Gibson score gradually rose from the low six hundred to nearly seven hundred she found a house. She liked in Missouri city a Houston suburb with a large black middle class. It was just something about the house. It was everything that we needed Jackson connected Gibson with the lender. And guided her through the paperwork, and that's one homeowner closer to that two million goal for its part. The Houston black.

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"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Amazing. Just you always talk about how great your team is. And I'm just so proud to be part of this family here. It's great. Well, we're honored to have your very cool. So how much data you paid off? We paid off eighty three thousand four hundred forty seven dollars eighty three thousand. Hundred and thirty seven dollars. Took about forty months, forty months and your range of income since you weren't working here. I can go NASCAR. I wouldn't exposure income in front of your teammates. Working here. But don't you weren't working here your range of income during that time was from fifty eight thousand two seventy nine thousand. Okay, cool, and what were you doing? Then I worked at a small Christian university is a financial aid counselor. Perfect. And what about you? What did you do? I worked as a coordinator for campus recreation for the college, I graduated from. And I also worked as an athletic trainer. Physical therapy clinic. What are you going to do here? Sure yet you're looking thinking and looking yet. Cool. Good fun. So what kind of debt was this eighty three thousand dollars of David was everything we had student loans. We had a car loan and a little bit of credit card debt as well. But mainly student loans. Okay. All right, cool. So what got you on this journey forty months ago? I'm guessing maybe he got married then or yeah. We went through the financial peace university. When we were engaged men Ryan actually found out about your company. And then we knew we wanted to start our family off. Right. So that's when I started paying down the debt. Okay. So three almost three and a half years roughly? Yes, that you've been married and been doing this, very cool. Very cool. Where'd you take the class at Christ fellowship church in West Palm Beach? We love those folks. Great people wonderful now pastor Todd pester, Tom. Good greater good people. Good, folks. Well, good job way to go. You did day. You went all in you, even join. Our team. I mean my gosh, come to work here. It's like ridiculous. I know crazy. So what do you tell people when they find out you paid off eighty three thousand dollars in debt, and they say, how'd you do that? What's the key to getting out of debt? I would just say communication that. That's been the biggest thing for us is is really budgeting and sitting down and just letting each other know, you know, this is what's we're we're we're spending money on each month. And these are the expenses we have coming up which is really communicating and not only did that help us get our deputies strengthened our marriage early launched that you're going to their first couple of you've never really known anything else in your marriage. Exact except doing a budget together. I mean, it's like part of your pre-marriage counseling. Exactly. Yeah. Definitely. Wow. Well, that's a Cray foundation to take off and go from absolutely very cool. Well, congratulations who outside of the two who's your biggest cheerleader? We had a amazing friend group and are both of our families have been super supportive throughout Al. Yeah. So they both looked at. That's a good idea. When you first get married to get this, right? Exactly twenty years to recover otherwise. Yeah. Exactly. Very cool. Very cool. Good for you, guys. What was the hardest part of this? I would say the hardest part for me was getting out of debt as huge accomplishment and the big part of my debt was student loans and working in a financial aid office for surrounded by that and students taking out loans is really really really rough. Because on one end, you know, I myself am trying to get out of debt. I mean, we're trying to get out of debt the same time, you know, students are taking out loans, and I really really did my part to really trying educate students on budgeting and financial literacy and quickly. If I could tell a quick story. I know you had Anthony O'Neill earlier on the show, and he's talking with high school students and college students, and it's a really big problem in America right now, you talk about that all the time, and I had somebody high up in our in our university stopped me one day in the office. So so excited to talk about financial literacy and hound doing these presentations for students, and it kind of sounded like it all went right over his head. And he just puts his hand on my shoulder. And he says they can still take out loans. To go to school, right? And it just really hurt me. And Dave that was one of the launching point. So it's like I need to get out if you're ninety minutes join this team. So that was the hardest part at least for me. Yeah. Yeah. It was a challenge along the way. Definitely just making the factor faces of having free date nights most of the times, and we did like won't WalMart bingo. And like just feeling like, it's okay. And you can WalMart. Bingo. I'll let you explain first person fee somebody in Faxon sandals and first person is spot mullet and somebody in a bathrobe. Yeah. Yeah..

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"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Forty seven dollars long. It took about forty months, forty months and your range of income since you weren't working here. I can go NASCAR in. I wouldn't exposure income in front of your working here. But shouldn't you weren't working here your range of income during that time, it was from fifty eight thousand seventy nine thousand. Okay, cool, and what were you doing? Then I worked at a small Christian university is a financial aid counselor. Perfect. And then what about you? What did you do? I worked as a coordinator for campus recreation for the college, I graduated from. And I also worked as an athletic trainer. Physical therapy clinic. What are you going to do here? Sure yet. You're looking thinking looking yet. Good fun. So what kind of debt was eighty three thousand dollars of David was everything we had student loans. We had a car loan and a little bit of credit card debt as well. But mainly student loans, okay? Cool. What got you on this journey forty months ago? I'm guessing maybe you got married then or yeah. We went through the financial peace university. When we were engaged and Ryan actually found out about your company. And then we knew we wanted to start our family off. Right. So that's my starting paint on the debt. Okay. So three almost three and a half years roughly since you've been married and been doing this, very cool. Very Where'd you take the class at Christ fellowship church in West Palm Beach. We love those folks. Great people wonderful pastor Todd Pletcher, Tom. Should people? Good, folks. Well, good job. Thanks day. You went all in. I mean, you you even join our team. I mean, my gosh, you're gonna work here. Soccer crazy. So what do you tell people when they found out you paid off eighty three thousand dollars in debt, and they say, how'd you do that? What's the key to getting out of debt? I would just say communication that that's been the biggest thing for us is really budgeting and sitting down and just letting each other know, this is what we're spending money on each month. And these are the expenses we have coming up. It is really communicating and not only did that help us. Get our deputy strengthened our marriage early launched that first couple of years really known anything else in your marriage, exactly doing a budget together. I mean, it's like part of your free marriage counseling. Exactly. Yeah. Definitely. Well, it's a Cray foundation to take off and go from absolutely very cool. Congratulations who outside of the two of you who's your biggest cheerleader. We had a amazing friend group and are both of our families have been super supportive throughout all. Yeah. So they looked at you. That's a good idea. When you first get married to get this, right? Twenty years to recover otherwise. Yeah. Exactly. Very cool. Good for you, guys. What was the hardest part of this? I would say the hardest part for me was getting out of debt as a huge accomplishment and the big part of my was student loans and working in financial aid office for I'm surrounded by that and students taking out loans is really really really rough. Because on one end, I myself am trying to get out of debt. I mean, we're trying to get out of debt the same time, you know, students are taking out loans, and I really really did my part to really trying educate students on budgeting and financial literacy and quickly. I could tell a quick story. He had Anthony oneal earlier on the show, and he's talking with high school students and college students, and it's a really big problem in America right now. No, you talk about that all the time. And I had somebody high up in our in our university. Stop me one day in the office are so excited to talk about financial literacy and how I'm doing these presentations for students, and it kinda just. Like it all went right over his head. And he just puts his hand on my shoulder. And he says they can still take out loans to go to school. Right. And it just really hurt me. And Dave that was one of the launching points. It was like I need to get out. If you're a nine join this team. So that was the hardest part at least for me. Yeah. Yeah. It was a challenge along the way definitely just making the sacrifices of having free date nights. Most of the times, and we did like WalMart bingo. And like just feeling like, it's okay. And you can WalMart. Bingo. I'll let you explain. I I see somebody in socks and sandals and first person to spot a mullet and somebody in a bathrobe..

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"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Show support. To as of right now four hundred. Eighty three thousand dollars. Has been on this go fund me. Account how So as. Easy That's that's. Hoosiers helping out and. That's what's awesome that's what I love. About Indiana man when somebody falls hoosiers really quick to pick somebody back up and I'm getting ready to put that link on our Facebook. And our Twitter so if you have a little bit, of, disposable income look I, know money's tight but here's a family that. Has pretty strong faith was just taking a family vacation and the worst, possible scenario happened I feel free to help them out just, a little bit but something happened with me and my family. Over, the weekend hammer. I woke up I was in Louisville all weekend for we did some whiskey trails and we did that lebowski fest which we'll tell you about that here. In a minute but I woke up Sunday morning to the news that some asked hat knocked over my, uncle Rodney's, memorial my uncle rob was an Indiana state trooper killed in the line of duty in, the early eighties the Avon police department set up a beautiful memorial site over on. Their campus feet Featuring him and so I guess the way I read it in a Facebook post was, you know, some idiot was at the police department and became rate with some. Of the staff there, stormed out walked down on my uncle's memorial knocked it over and then ran off Ran off police caught up with them and use some rubber. Bullets on this dude so I'm glad. They caught, the guy God no officers were hurt and and my family you know obviously thanks to everybody that help apprehend that idiot but they're going to either, have to replace the memorial or they're looking at ways to rehab. It what kind of person just does that I mean a whole says that, the answer, we're looking for what kind of person sees a memorial to somebody who lost their life. In the, line of duty help it unity, and decides I'm going to damage that Yeah it's it's it's a sucky. Story but, my aunt Theresa you know my uncle's widows strong, lady and you know she's she's not gonna let something like that bring her down bother my mom's. The same way knows my mom's brother. My two, younger cousins never got to really know their dads so it's a shame but I think I think the you know they're gonna have that memorial and, and get it back in place which is good now I did I did. Go to lebowski for you lebowski fest is you ever heard of this it's from. The movie, the big big lebowski, originated in. Louisville Kentucky at this bowling alley it's the seventeenth year they've done it and it's just a bunch. Of lebowski fans going there bowling? Drinking white Russians they do like a movie screening the night. Before they, have a bunch of costume contests and it was some of the best people, watching I've, ever seen in my, life I can't wait to go again next. Year, because it's, what's the attendance like, it I mean is, this a, big huge deal, I went, into it thinking, it, was going to. Be something like a. Comic con type thing. Downtown you know what a convention center no few. Hundred lebowski fans in this bowling alley drinking bowling I mean. There are so many, dudes there so many wasn't looked, identical to, Jeff to you know to to the dude I can't even every, character was represented. There Liam the, guy that was Jesus is bowling partner yes The. Actual Liam was there so people are getting their. Okay so, there's a. Little star power at these. Things then this it's hilarious 'cause I. Went to bed I went to, bed at like midnight I stumbled back to the hotel but my other buddies Ben. And. Dave stayed out? Looking for like lebowski after party. Sure why wouldn't you so they went, back with hotel they found this big lebowski after. Party but my buddy Dave never really, seen the movie and so. The guy that was hosted the party started quizzing him? What's your favorite part of the movie, and, four days like let hardware he's on the? Carpet.

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Judge in Stanford rape case breaks silence amid sentencing controversy, recall effort

The Sean Hannity Show

02:17 min | 2 years ago

Judge in Stanford rape case breaks silence amid sentencing controversy, recall effort

"Brock turner case aaron katersky has just addressed the media for the first time since the effort to recall him began kcbs is margie schaffer joins us live from palo alto with details marquis rebecca judge aaron persky sentence former stanford swimmer brock turner to six months in jail and twenty sixteen for sexually assaulting a young woman for two years he has faced a recall effort which voters will decide in june he says he didn't speak earlier because judges need to accept criticism but he says he's speaking now because a recall effort goes too far judicial recall if successful silence silence corrupting force foresee says it would enter judges minds when they make difficult decisions and worry about their jobs or a backlash who shouldn't be thinking who's going to hate me if i decided one way or the other successful persky would be the first california judge to be recalled an eighty six years i think tradition recalls should be reserved for misconduct by a judge for incompetence the recall campaign has a war chest of a million dollars the no recall of judge persky campaign eighty three thousand dollars live in palo alto margie schaefer kcbs thanks a lot marquis when it comes to the fight against global warming the ceiling isn't the limits but the roof kcbs is mike hogan says a proposed new state law would require solar most new home construction the state shorting at twenty twenty just about all new homes would be required to have rooftop solar panels tom warner ceo of san jose base sunpower which near the use of solar new homes says it's what an increasing number of homeowners want the genie's out of the bottle that solar energy is now mainstream and the idea of all new homes is completely logical and i think we'll see this meaning edge policy happen elsewhere so what is the real estate industry think of the idea realtor john pinto says it will add to the home price but it will reduce the cost of the home the price is just the price the cost is the cost of the mortgage the cost of the utilities the cost of running the house and the.

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"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"The upper end of the rangers eighty three thousand dollars and so the department of health will now offer that to the company and the company will probably just say now and there's nothing really the state can do except a few transparency provisions no wait isn't a lot at stake here for them in terms of money will they just turn it down the by laws new york state medicaid must include this drug on the formularies so that means formularies the list of drugs the state must provide and because of that vertex is in a very good position this is where the pharmaceutical is industry is in many cases in the us they can simply charge but they choose to and vertex has shown before that it cares much more about its price the price of its drugs than access to them it walked away from patients in france and in the netherlands when those countries wouldn't pay the price at wanted companies always cite the money spent on research as an excuse for the high prices research is important and it's risky and of course these are high risk in denver's but our estimates are that the pharmaceutical industry in the us is making almost twice as much as it spends globally on research simply for the fact that they charge us patients so much more than they do patients and other countries that's gonna be a very long time coming no new york will have to shift money to vertex so that the company can continue to charge what it chooses to charge rather than what an independent assessment says the value of their product is and new york will have to take money away from other things that it could be spending money on that could help other people that's dr peter bok director of the center for health policy and outcomes at memorial sloan kettering cancer center in new york city and a bloomberg opinion columnist coming up on bloomberg opinion why the west should be wary of the korean peace trout i'm june grosso this is bloomberg.

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"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In new york state as you write the state medicaid programs drug utilization review board voted to lower the price that new york would pay for vertex pharmaceuticals cystic fibrosis drug from eighty three thousand dollars a year to two eighty three thousand dollars a year from two hundred and fifty thousand will vertex except that discount we don't know yet so new york medicaid pays less than two hundred and fifty thousand probably paid about one hundred and ninety thousand so this is still more than fifty percent discount it's not the state getting tough and saying you know we're big purchasers give us a discount the state went and got independent evaluation of this drug or camby and they had an independent group based in boston called institute for clinical and economic review tell them how much they should pay for the drug based on how much value at brought to patients this group came back with a range the upper end of the range was eighty three thousand dollars and so the department of health will now offer that to the company and the company will probably just say no and there's nothing really the state can then do except a few transparency provisions they'll say no isn't a lot at stake here for them in terms of money will they just turn it down they by laws new york state medicaid must include this drug on the formularies so that means formularies ballistic drugs the state must provide and because of that vertex is in a very good position this is where the pharmaceutical is industry is in many cases in the us they can simply charge but they choose to and vertex has shown before that it cares much more about its price the price of its drugs than access to them it walked away from patients in france and in the netherlands when those countries wouldn't pay the price at wanted the drug companies always cite the money spent on research as an excuse for the high prices research is important and it's risky and of course these are high risk in denver's but our estimates are that the pharmaceutical industry in the us is making almost twice as much as it spends globally on research simply through the.

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"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"People in new york state right the state medicaid programs drug utilization review board voted to lower the price that new york would pay for vertex pharmaceuticals cystic fibrosis drug from eighty three thousand dollars a year to two eighty three thousand dollars a year from two hundred and fifty thousand will vertex except that discount we don't know yet so new york medicaid pays less than two hundred and fifty thousand probably paid about one hundred and ninety thousand so this is still more than fifty percent discount it's not the state getting tough and saying you know we're big purchasers give us a discount the state went and got independent evaluation of this drug or camby and they had an independent group based in boston called institute for clinical and economic review tell them how much they should pay for the drug based on how much value it brought to patients this group came back with a range the upper end of the range was eighty three thousand dollars and so the department of health will now offer that to the company and the company will probably just say no and there's nothing really the state can then do except a few transparency provisions they'll say no isn't a lot at stake here for them in terms of money will they just turn it down they bylaws new york state medicaid must include this drug on the formularies so that means formularies list of drugs the steak must provide and because of that vertex is in a very good position this is where the pharmaceutical is industry is in many cases in the us they can simply charge what they choose to and vertex has shown before that it cares much more about its price the price of its drugs than access to them it walked away from patients in france and in the netherlands when those countries wouldn't pay the price at wanted deduct companies always cite the money spent on research as an excuse for.

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"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"eighty three thousand dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Which interesting too about a stories you talk about the at rates for each team keeping in this one it kind of comes down to rain viewership and what you can charge in terms of advertising talk to something about that yeah they're another thing that issue to the has gone four does it has one of the most affluent audiences on cable right now i think there are bridge you're in come is around eighty three thousand dollars which is the top ten certainly so that helps because you and they also have an advantage where they're programming is really geared toward that home depot those in the lows of the world who you know and it's a very seeing less between the thirty second commercial for home depot and lows and the program you just watched about remodeling your basher and then and there's not a lot of channels that can create programming that's tits so nicely with the advertisers so that that going for them as well as they sort of this pool of advertisers that is really unique ouch and then and then they have one of the more affluent audiences i don't care some these numbers in the story pretty astounding nine hundred original hours of programming like year three key tv and on a bunch about four hundred million that's the little a little compared to what some other other piers might be spending right i mean it's it's reality tv is cheaper to make then scripted tv and another thing that i thought was interesting as hc tv is creative about how they really trying to squeeze more you know more hours a programming out of their bigs franchises are now some of their talented one of their big shows property brothers and he's twin brothers and you know well one of the twin brothers might be filming the show property brothers another brother world simultaneously becoming another show in another city and you're may not even realize that but it's away fridge teemu to try and get more hours of programming out of of some of the top talent and they also just make lots of shows the ballot hell's flipping i mean they've tried i think twenty three different i knew that shows about how slipping i'm so they really are trying to i find.

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