35 Burst results for "Eleven Million Dollars"

JBS Paid $11 Million to Ransomware Hackers

Marketplace Minute

00:20 sec | 6 months ago

JBS Paid $11 Million to Ransomware Hackers

"Early last week. The world's biggest meat processing company j b s was hit with a ransomware attack. Now we know what the company paid the hackers eleven million dollars. According to a gps executive the wall street journal says the company paid in bitcoin and according to the f. b. i. russian-speaking. Gang is responsible for that cyber

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Meat Company JBS Confirms It Paid $11M Ransom in Cyberattack

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Meat Company JBS Confirms It Paid $11M Ransom in Cyberattack

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting meat company JBS confirms it paid eleven million dollars in ransom in a cyber attack Brazil based at JBS SA the world's largest meat processing company said Wednesday it paid the equivalent of eleven million dollars to hackers who broke into the company's computer system late last month confirmation of the ransomware payout came from the company's US division on may thirty first JBS said it was the victim of a ransomware attack JBS said it made the payment even though the vast majority of its facilities were operational at the time the FBI attributed the attack to revolt a Russian speaking gang that has made some of the largest ransomware demands on record in recent months hi Mike Rossio

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Outer Banks Communities See Beach Re-Nourishment as a Lifeline

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 6 months ago

Outer Banks Communities See Beach Re-Nourishment as a Lifeline

"In summer. Tourists flock to the outer banks barrier islands off the coast of north carolina the islands are famous for pristine sandy beaches with those beaches are washing away. As wind and waves wash stand over the dunes barrier islands naturally migrate but homes hotels in roads do not and rising seas extreme storms are accelerating coastal erosion dare county manager. Bobby outten says that without intervention the erosion will continue the migration continue. And it's just a matter of time before major. Major thoroughfares are damaged or destroyed so in several towns with heavy erosion dare county has pumped in sand and widen beaches. Next is the village of avon where plan beach nourishment project will help protect highway twelve. The only road in out of highway twelve is closed. You can't get through avon. You can't pick up trash you can't have. Ems ron trucks can't run. We can't provide any service nor can the people go to the grocery store to their doctors appointments to church to do the things that they normally do so while the project will cost at least eleven million dollars out and says it's critical to protect the town's economy and

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The Steelers cut Steven Nelson

Behind the Steel Curtain

03:28 min | 9 months ago

The Steelers cut Steven Nelson

"Want wanna start this show with stephen nellis fallout but not just steven nelson steven nelson and the steelers fallout. A lot of people were asking me. Ask the people on twitter saying. Hey gimme your questions. A lot of questions came about steven nelson. Because steven nelson was released from the steelers on tuesday and there is speculation. About what are they going to do with the eight million dollars a day saved. There's a lot of questions about what are they going to do. At the cornerback position There was a lot of questions just in general what happened. Why did they cut nelson. Why did they not cut hayden. Why there's we have more questions than we have answers. Let's put it that way. But the one thing i want to talk about is that where did the steelers go after this where the steelers go after. The news is already coming. Let's be honest. we knew this was coming. If you were if you listened. I said it other people on our platform said it. When steven nelson was granted the request to search for trade. He was as good as gone. The reason being is that no one in their right mind. Excuse me no one in their right mind meaning other. Nfl personnel would have put in a trade request when they knew that the steelers. We're going to cut him anyways. They knew they were going to release in. They knew they needed to salary cap space. They knew that he was the one that they were going to be. Getting rid of so. Why in the world would anyone put in a trade with you. Know he's going to be on the free market. The only team that would is if they're unbelievably needy for a cornerback in a have the draft capital trade. That didn't happen when it didn't happen over the weekend. I said it was going to be released and here. We are on tuesday. And that's exactly what happened. He was released. So i don't think this is necessarily nelson was underperforming. That hayden is better. I literally think this came down to finances. I think he came down to that. He saved them more money now. Mark volley of the athletic recently went on ninety three seven the fan in pittsburgh and said that he does not feel the steelers going to put money back into the team. I kind of disagree with that. I disagree with that for a couple of reasons number one. I think they already had about three million dollars in cap space. That's important to know. Prior to cutting steven nelson steven nelson gets cut. Now at eight million more simple math tells you that's eleven million dollars now when you have eleven million dollars you can sit on it. You're gonna need about three million to sign your draft picks yet you're gonna have to pay out injuries and things like that but they could still go out there and find someone they could still go out there and find a free agent. I'm pointing to the center physician mainly saying if they could just find a center there still are some serviceable centers out there on the open market. They could just find the center and they could be on their way to really shaping this team really and i said it before. I said it on my monday. Show if you missed it go back and check it out my. Let's ride podcasts on monday. I actually liked the way. This team is starting to take shape. I really do people want change in. You're getting it but sometimes it's not the change that you want or necessarily expect that doesn't mean that it's bad change. Sometimes there's change just for the sake change and sometimes there's changed for the better. I think so far. The news made and some of them. You know losing bud depre- losing by hilton losing tyson. Our wallet losing matt feiler. Oh those players. That's not changed that they could control the salary. Cap goes the one eighty two point five. They can't control that.

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A Beeple Artwork Just Sold for $69M

The Breakdown with NLW

05:47 min | 9 months ago

A Beeple Artwork Just Sold for $69M

"Sound. You hear the sound of people's heads absolutely exploding a few times in previous episodes. I've mentioned the people auction going. On at christie's this is the first time the famous auction house has auctioned off a completely digital good. They had previously included an f. T. versions of some physical items that were up for auction but this was the first time it was just an nf tea while the final bids are in and the price paid for people's the first five thousand days was sixty nine million three hundred and forty six thousand two hundred fifty dollars first of all the folks over on wall street. Bets are in utter disbelief that the price wasn't sixty nine million. Four hundred twenty thousand and sixty nine dollars. Second of all crypto. Twitter is absolutely frigging losing their minds. This is a crescendo. Perhaps the first of many but definitely the first of the nfc mennea sweeping the world. I've given the background before but in short. Nfc's are non fungible tokens non fungible means that rather than every token being like every other token in other words each. Bitcoin is like each other bitcoin. They're mutually interchangeable. Each other is equivalent to each other. Tether these are cryptographic. Unique tokens that uniqueness lens them well to the actual owning quote unquote of the original quote unquote of creative work. Like a piece of art and of have been a part of the crypto space. For years i mean remember crypto kitties but over the last few months and especially the last few weeks they have had a major breakout. There have been two really important categories within that the first is actually in the sports collectible slash trading cards space last year. The team that brought you crypto katie's launched nba top shots in conjunction with the nba. These are effectively a new type of trading card featuring efficiently. Licensed video highlights. Now i was watching this and things started reasonably but they have really picked up over the last couple months last month. Nba top shot process. More than two hundred fifty million dollars in sales from one hundred thousand buyers more than that admitted a whole new group of wales a wall street journal article today was called the whales of nba. Top shot made a fortune buying lebron highlights. They were the early to the hottest. Nf market and their collections are now worth millions of dollars. They take a look at people. Like michael levy a thirty one year old financial analyst. Who spent one hundred seventy five thousand dollars over six months whose collection is now worth twenty million plus or andy chore. Leeann a twenty seven year. Old dev who back in his younger days traded pokemon bought sneakers but then more recently bought. Thirty eight hundred. Nba top shot moments. That are now worth a collective fifteen million. I think it's really important to point this side of the market out because in many ways it is a completely different. Demographic than the crypto punks art type people and frankly the people interested in people at least on an artistic level. But i also think it's worth noting that collectibles in general are going crazy. Golden auctions is a huge trading house for cards memorabilia. It sarah on march seventh. Golden tweeted prior to two thousand twenty. There only ten cards that ever sold for one million dollars plus in history last night we sold five cards for a million dollars. Plus clearly there is something going on in these sports card collectible market as well and on a smaller level i track a small index of magic the gathering card prices just to keep track of what older cars in that space are doing and it's up four hundred and fourteen percent in the last year. This is going to be relevant for discussion in a little bit about what's really underlying what's happening in an f. Teas but for now. Let's get back to the art. There has been a ton of focus. Here i people were gobsmacked by the price of crypto punks which are selling for thousand sometimes even tens of thousands hash masks or more of the same but all in all these things felt pretty well contained within the crypto space they were insider games insider speculation and insider collectors over the last few weeks that shifted we saw people sell on nifty gateway for more than six million. We had musicians jumping in just in blau who performs as three lau sold a set of thirty three. Nfc's for over eleven million dollars. Grimes may just under six million dollars. Kings of leon released an album last week with full. Ft's we've seen more sports stars jump in with gronk releasing a bunch of nf teas and then we've had brand seemingly determined to ruin the party for everyone like taco bell who released a set of tease last week as well. Of course alongside the hype. The backlash has increased as well. I mentioned on yesterday's show that there is a huge group. Were now fighting on environmental grounds. Just to give you a sample of some of those tweets per the biggest thing. The nfc sh tells us that we have an extremely short amount of time to destroy the capitalist system before it scorches all live from the earth in of a three percent rate of return. Here's another one the. Nfc thing has drawn a line in the sand between the artists who are annoying for evil minting enough tease and artists who are annoying for good cyber bullying people minting. Nfc's until dimensions mentions are so exhausting. They stop like we're all annoying but it's how we use our powers finally. Let's do one more tweeting things here and there but my stance on teases final. It's horrible for the environment and a very critical time in the climate crisis. Therefore if you participate in it. I will judge you freely in gladly and no longer support you so i tweeted this out yesterday and got a huge number of responses of people who have seen similar things and keep in mind. These aren't like random accounts or at least these tweets are getting hundreds of likes responses. And re tweet so. It seems clear that there is this counter lash happening even as we speak all in all the point. Is that even before today. Things in this space. We're getting pretty heated. But then the people auction closed

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Raiders trading Trent Brown to Patriots

Get Up!

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Raiders trading Trent Brown to Patriots

"The new england patriots have reworked contract for trent brown when they will trae from a swap of fixed late round picks. They will bring back. Trent brown who is man the offensive line in new england before he will agree to a one year deal worth up to eleven million dollars with the new england patriots field. Yates also reported this morning. And trent brown will be brought it. The offensive line for new england and the patriots could also be losing their franchise offensive linemen from last year. Joe tuni they are not expected to tag him later today.

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Houston Texans' Deshaun Watson Could Lose Millions if He Sits Out the 2021 Season

First & 10s

02:23 min | 10 months ago

Houston Texans' Deshaun Watson Could Lose Millions if He Sits Out the 2021 Season

"Okay. Let's start our. Nfl news with shawn watson. This thing is getting uglier. Who is it ever so they just let him go all right now just break up. Well he's got the no trade he just can't okay so as it appears to shawn watson is never gonna play for houston again obviously and if as it is also appearing the texans. Do not trade to sean here. We go with a holdout right so different numbers have kind of come out. Regarding just a huge losses that watson would incur. Okay so we're gonna try to go through this piece by piece the full scope of these consequences if he exercises his right under the cba and not playing twenty twenty one. So i if the two thousand twenty one off season has a mandatory minicamp and if to sean skips it he will be popped with a fine in the amount of ninety three thousand dollars. K secondly if the sean skips training camp he'd be fined fifty thousand dollars a day. Okay so alleged. Day day day day with forty days in camp and six mandatory days off. That's thirty four. Days that sean would miss at a total fine of one point. Seven million bucks crews k. Thirdly sean would be finding amount of the regular season game check for each preseason game that he misses so at a base salary of ten point five. Four million bucks. That's about six hundred twenty thousand dollars a game. If as expected the twenty twenty one season has three preseason games. He would lose another one point. Eight six million bucks okay. So totaling up for the entire offseason including training camp and preseason to sean would incur just over three and a half million dollars in fines if he does not show up. Now if the sean then skips the season and if the nfl like they've been throwing around are going to be rolling seventeen games for the regular season. He'd lose another just over eleven million dollars in base salary on top of that calculators out guys because this is just racking up skipping the season would also allow houston to recover to sean signing bonus allocated for twenty twenty one. That's at five point. Four million bucks in money that he would have to basically just give right back so you do the math correctly. Skipping twenty twenty one would be total financial loss of over twenty million dollars for him

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Yankees, Corey Kluber Agree To Deal

The Tony Kornheiser Show

00:36 sec | 11 months ago

Yankees, Corey Kluber Agree To Deal

"Corey kluber. Probably one of the big prizes in the off season free agency in baseball signs with that up and coming team the new york yankees finalizing a one year. Eleven million dollar deal so the yankees. Anki sound money but it's a one year deal you know. That's what free agents are getting one year deals. They're not dj lemay. You got more. But he was a free agent with the yankees. They're not trevor. Bauer still sitting out there. George springer still sitting out there. I mean if you're an owner of a baseball team and you can't bring fans in and you gotta pay the players for one hundred sixty two games to make money so not signing people too big contracts

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Microsoft Buys Esports Tournament Platform Smash.gg

The Business of Esports

06:29 min | 1 year ago

Microsoft Buys Esports Tournament Platform Smash.gg

"This was this was interesting news. It's about a week old now. It came out just sort of just after we we tape. The last podcast and the story is from sports. Pro media dot com. The headline is microsoft buys east sports tournament platform smash dot g g. The deal comes after. Us technology giant closed its mixer gaming. Ott service in june Just a bit sort of short thing on smash dugout since launching in two thousand fifteen. They have organized online. And live gaming competition competitions for a variety of titles ranging from call of duty to super smash brothers in two thousand seventeen. The company raised eleven million in series. A funding from spark capital excel in horizon ventures and that followed an initial three million investment from spark caffeinated capital and lower case capital. So fourteen million in venture money raised in total And now acquired by Microsoft what are you i mean. Are we getting mixed signals here. William like why would you. Why would you close mixer. If you know a month later like two months later you're going to buy a tournament platform. I you know paul i. This census news came out. I have been racking my brains for like something clever to say like some deep insightful piece of analysis but the reality is it doesn't make in my mind at least it does not make a lot of strategic sense. It really does not like because it wasn't like also microsoft had two options like they're out of capitol kill mixer. Something like had plenty of middle of the road options for mixer that didn't involve ridiculous fees to top tier streamers. But they didn't do that. They shut it which to me. If you sort of see the content side of east boards which is sort of what it looked like to me. You know like i. I sort of assumed they were seeding east. Sports like they weren't going to be on the production side at all like they're obvious synergies right between mixer and the g like very obvious synergies. And somehow i don't see smashed dot g partnering with their. What do they call it. Their msn e sports hub or whatever. Remember that announcement right. This is mashed mashed. Jiji's tournaments going to be exclusive to msn east sports hub. I mean it's just. It is so weird because the thing that you have. If you're going to throw tournaments the next thing you need a place to broadcast it's just like i literally cannot begin to explain how this so close down pipe like you wouldn't somebody wouldn't have said. Can we give five more months six more months like to see if something to see if this acquisition activate something. It's very strange to me. You know that being said a huge kudos to smashed j. Like it's amazing anytime that you're required They've raised a fair bit of they have some really strong venture folks backing them. I think excel in particular is like a great backer to have lower cases. Well i think is in them right lower case capital when the going price was william microsoft pays for a snack. It sounds it. L- let me just read from the the article here. It says financial terms of the microsoft deal were not disclosed but an announcement on twitter by smash dot g g said the acquisition would mean it's community and tournament organizers will continue to benefit from the smashed dot g g platform adding that its own team will benefit from additional resources and support as part of the microsoft content services team. I wonder if msn sports hub is part of the microsoft content services team. But the two questions. How much do you think it sold for. A and b is the smash branding given the recent crackdown by nintendo on smash anything outside of their own sort of purview our reliability. While you're really interesting. I i don't think there's any brand liability like the just because there's a game called smash brothers doesn't mean they own the word smash. It's an english word you know. I don't think there's a brand liability even though i believe that is the heritage of smashed. Iggi tournament platform for smash brothers. I don't think there is a liability there. I'm not a lawyer. But i guess so. however I i do think like if you ask me the price i would say. I don't think it was a crazy high acquisition right. It sounds to me like this was a service searching for a way to monetize Sense of the smash platform is. There weren't a lot of great dollar hooks in there. I think this is a case of you. Have real aaa backers. And they engineer and exited a certain level of scale. That being said. I don't think it was like i don't think it was disastrous exit. Or anything. I think it was a distress sale just because tournament platforms typically do very well they generate a lot of users that has value and smash was one of the more successful tournament platforms in my view So yeah. I think there's probably a pretty good deal but i think it's it's on twitch style exit. This wasn't bought for build a number on the number you put on twenty five million twenty at. i'll just say at twenty five million. That's a that's a disaster for the vc's die up short thirty thirty five. I i don't think this was going above. Fifty million for this thirty five. And i would guess the. I'm sure they had preferred shares and things like that so they have their first money out. I would guess So even then at best they break even write my view. My guess is twin bed. Twenty seventeen round the eleven million dollars. Round knobs pre money valuation of forty. Yet right thirty. Thirty to fifty. Yeah right post money. Forty to fifty forty to sixty like. Why do you think it went for paul. What do you think it went for. You know i'd be surprised if the vc's let this go for less than what they paid could be true could be true. I i don't think they take a loss on a microsoft acquisition right and so microsoft paid more than forty or fifty. I kind of feel like they

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Biden raises $26M in 24 hours after VP announcement

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Biden raises $26M in 24 hours after VP announcement

"The announcement of Joe Biden's running mate appears to be stirring excitement among democratic donors Joe Biden raised twenty six million dollars for his presidential campaign in the twenty four hours that followed his announcement the senator Kamel Harris of California would be his running mate the campaign says that some more than doubled their previous record ActBlue an online fundraising arm for the left reported taking in almost eleven million dollars in the hours after the Harrison announcement Harris joined Biden in Delaware on Wednesday for their first fundraiser together as running mates I know that we're going to get this thing done but we're gonna have to fight for buying campaign hopes that hall is the beginning of a prolific fundraising push in the final stretch before election day Jennifer king Washington

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Joe Biden and Barack Obama raise $11m in first 2020 fundraiser together

Brian Kilmeade

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Joe Biden and Barack Obama raise $11m in first 2020 fundraiser together

"Or vice president Joe Biden and president Obama are gonna reunite to support Biden's campaign of course nobody that I trust more to be able to heal this country get back on track that my dear friend Joe Biden in a return to the campaign trail former president Obama took part in a virtual fundraising event for bite in which his campaign says raked in eleven million dollars by far Biden's most lucrative fundraising event during the event Obama levied multiple criticisms against president trump including criticism of trump's relationship with the justice department which Obama says trump sees as a quote arm of the personal concerns of the

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"eleven million dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"eleven million dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Why is this a disaster what is around them for doing yeah it's overwhelming at this point Mike nine phones literally buzzing in my lap right now and I think people are just concerned you know I I think there's some people who see this perhaps for what it is which is a negotiating tactic a ploy but this is a continuation of what has gone on over the last two months which is incident after incident where there is an expectation set here that baseball is going to be back into reality that is one way in a different place and and it's it's it's sad for fans it's sad for people who love baseball and when rob Manfred says passively you know it's a disaster there's you know there's something we need to do about it he's the commissioner of baseball is personalize the power to do something about it and he in the Major League Baseball Players Association need to get together and figure this out because what they are doing to the sport right now is embarrassing for everyone did we do the numbers courtesy of Jeff Passan last week that the losses are if they played so what was it eighty one games full pro rated salary the difference between that and fifty games full pro rated salary I'm I'm in on the numbers are close was the difference in losing ten million dollars more something a little bit more so what you're going to you're already gonna lose access if you put a fifty game season full player salaries pro rated salaries you're gonna lose access right if you played eighty games that use that number past and did the math and said you're gonna lose about eleven million dollars more ten point eight million dollars more so you're going to tell me that I'm telling you that you're doing more than eleven million dollars per team worth of damage to your entity so you're playing a short game for some reason I don't know why you're playing short game you're basically doing this because you don't want to lose an extra eleven million dollars right for it an entity that owns an asset that's in most in most instances in excess of a billion dollars that makes really no sense and you're creating more damage your it's like I mean these are big descriptive words are using that it's disastrous that baseball is melting down is what Japan again if you want to quote unquote get the best of the players do it in the next negotiation don't do it now that's and that's right around the corner right but right now is not the time to be doing this so that you usually listen ten book ten million dollars is Tom don't get me wrong but when you put it in context within a league where the owners just signed a contract extension with Turner broadcast for four hundred million dollars a year for the next seven years approximately in the in the worst time in the country I send this now you just you Jordan it just it seems like bad business to me it really does would you boycott baseball boycott of baseball boycotted you this summer if they didn't put on a season for you would you take a drastic measure going forward is a fan that's what we've been asking you three one two three three two three seven seven six also more fun coming up next and lastly the percent of a chance we're playing Major League Baseball this year one hundred percent would you describe your feelings is confident that they will still be a season I'm not confident.

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Houston - $11 million NRG medical center is complete; it can treat up to 250 patients

The Car Pro Show

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Houston - $11 million NRG medical center is complete; it can treat up to 250 patients

"Fully built a temporary medical facility for two hundred and fifty coronavirus patients for Harris County is set up in Houston at NRG park juggling it all go and other officials are making their announcements right now at bout the eleven million dollar project

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Boston: Revenues Drop At Encore, Increase At State’s Other 2 Casinos

WBZ Afternoon News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Boston: Revenues Drop At Encore, Increase At State’s Other 2 Casinos

"Revenues drop it on court Boston Harbor even as they rebounded Massachusetts to other casinos the gaming commission says the resorted ever took in less than thirty nine million dollars in gross revenue last month down six billion from December MGM Springfield generated twenty one billion dollars in January that's up to million for the month previous and plain ridge park in Plainville took an eleven million dollars up a million dollars from

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Facebook Delivers Long-Awaited Data to Outside Researchers

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:55 min | 1 year ago

Facebook Delivers Long-Awaited Data to Outside Researchers

"This whole story starts back in twenty eighteen and it was part of a project called social science one. Tell me a little bit about this initiative. What was the goal? Sure it came out of Great interest after the two thousand sixteen presidential election in studying misinformation and sort of intentional misleading of users and polarization on platform and being able to research what facebook impact is on society at large. You can't do that unless you have access to. Really good data about how people use the platform and there's only one entity in the world that has good access to data about how people use facebook and that's facebook so facebook agreed to give some of its data to these researchers. Yeah and this was pretty novel other companies. Google for example have said they're going to kind of wait and see how this whole facebook thing panned out before deciding whether they wanted to engage something similar but facebook decided that they were going to support this outside completely independent entity that would receive a vast amount of data about what people were sharing on the site. That was GONNA be the first sort of beachhead for this project. Then they were going. Then that organization was to be able to distribute it to researchers who could then run independent truly independent no oversight from facebook research projects on it and go public with their conclusions when they felt do. So so what were some of the things were they just looking at the? Us elections or were they looking at other things as well. No this was global. So in Taiwan researchers were looking at civic participation and facebook the influence there in Chile. They were looking at how facebook had affected the country's twenty-seven elections There are sort of more broad research topics on just how misinformation spreads generally and kind of a just a whole range of topics that were very broad. All mostly election focused but but very focused on that so facebook agreed they were going to share this data. Researchers had projects lined up. They thought they were going to get the data within a couple of months that was in two thousand eighteen. What happened yeah? So and all. This was premised on outside funding from a whole bunch of philanthropies. That sort of thought this was going to be moving along at a pretty pretty fast clip. What happened is lawyers? Probably basically there were a whole bunch of privacy concerns that arose partly due to GDP are in Europe the Europe's Data Privacy Law Partly due to facebook settlement with a the FTC and the concern ones that kind of precisely because facebook had gotten in trouble over the cameras. Analytica stuff and with data being used for authorized purposes off the platform. It couldn't afford to mess up again in terms of privacy when it was working with researchers this time and so this was a really painfully slow process and it turns out. Facebook was actually less good at just technically offloading data to researchers than it thought in the first place and it also had to pioneer with some outside researchers ways to alleviate privacy concerns. It's called differential privacy. It's pretty technical and there's no way you want me to explain that. So where are we now and I guess. The big question is. Is it even relevant to be researching the two thousand sixteen election or the two thousand election in Chile? Now in twenty twenty when we've got maybe different rules different regulations in place on a whole new election to be looking at. I think that I mean from the. Us point of view right. The most relevant thing would be twenty sixteen. Maybe the two thousand eighteen midterms And the data doesn't go back. The facebook offering doesn't go back to two thousand sixteen But I think broadly the answer is yes the level to which researchers understand who is using these platforms how they're using the platforms. How polarization and political parties interact with these platforms. What context Kent succeeds. What's behind misinformation? These are kind of universal and broad questions and ones that no one has a particularly good answer to right now. I mean we all have sort of vague theses but outside the company. No one has the data to study them. Well kind of broadening out you said that other companies were looking at this as a test case and trying to determine whether or not they might share information in the future. This is taken a long time. You said lawyers got in the way. Is this one of those situations where we can say? Oh well they've ironed out the kinks and next time when someone wants to do a project like this is GonNa be way easier or oh. They've realized how tricky it is. And this is going to be much harder for researchers to access to this kind of data in the future. That is an open question. Facebook is very much pitching this as you know it. It was painful. It was brutal but you know what we did it. We hit our initial goal. And we're committed to doing more So good for them in terms of general public access to data whether anybody else is going to view this whole process as having been a success though is and particularly whether anybody any other of facebook's competitors is GonNa view it that way is an open question I think partly that also depends on what comes out of the research to I mean if facebook has put a great deal of time two years and I believe twenty full time staff members efforts plus some money eleven million dollars. Facebook says into producing something that is going to result in a lot of research about how facebook is problematic for society. I don't know if anybody is going to want to follow in their footsteps and there is a possibility. That's what's going to be happening here. Yeah that would be a hot potato tech reporter Jeff Warwick thank you so much for joining us. Welcome

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New York: Disgraced lawyer Michael Avenatti found guilty in Nike extortion trial

Ben Shapiro

01:51 min | 1 year ago

New York: Disgraced lawyer Michael Avenatti found guilty in Nike extortion trial

"Michael I mean not he's been convicted of it starting at Nike Michael I'm not a black guy his lawyer for stormy Daniels Evers like maybe ill take on trump I mean he's a lawyer and he's mean and he says a lot member that guy and then right cells or had a mine is like how would you defeat trump in the primaries like that would be a mean jerk and stuff was like excellent excellent well now Michael I'm not going to jail so I always thought that Michael I'm not his candidacy would end up with somebody being frog marched out in hand because he promised is gonna be trump turns out as Michael I'm not a according to the daily beast in battle lawyer Michael I'm not he was convicted extorting Nike one of the front of his client in a bid to repay millions from the shoemaker in Manhattan federal court on Tuesday it took jurors less than two days to deliver their guilty verdict against a California litigator who shot to fame for representing porn star stormy Daniels in a civil case against president trump and who among us who among us hasn't tried to extort Nike after representing a porn star everybody's connection mark the rapid fall from grace he still faces to other pending criminal cases in New York and California in which he is charged with stealing money from several of his clients including Daniels plenty sweat three hundred thousand dollars from her book advance which means that technically she was rude about trump end Michael have an Audi since the fall of two thousand eighteen I'm not a string of criminal cases and headline grabbing arrest and selling his reputation as a liberal hero with the chops to take on trump the jury found him not guilty on all three counts extortion and wire fraud and transmission interesting communications with the intent to extort during closing arguments on Tuesdays on Tuesday prosecutors played audio recordings mod Avenue he's conversations of the Nike lawyer reasonable you didn't make sense for like you to pay his client an exorbitant sum of money in light of his role in this assistant US attorney Matthew po does he said I'm not a wonder where his eleven million dollars in debt and he saw that is me any saw a meal ticket named Gerry Franklin personal how can rack up eleven million dollars in debt as just a personal injury

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Oscars 2020: 'Parasite' Wins Best Picture, Best Director

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Oscars 2020: 'Parasite' Wins Best Picture, Best Director

"I'm Steve Futterman live at the Academy Awards in Hollywood just three more wards to go the top three Best Actress Best Actor and Best Picture a few moments ago two big wins for the south Korean film parasite it wins best international film that was expected it also wins the Best Director with me here live at the Dolby theatre Perry method of fandango dot com Harry this parasite now have a big chance to win Best Picture absolutely Steve history is been made tonight for old an eleven million dollar film from South Korea no film from south Korea's ever been nominated for an Oscar it's made over a hundred and sixty three million over season here in the states and bong joon ho the director of the film he had no idea was going to win he said he wants to saw his Oscar in fifths so we can share it with all the other directors it's really a joy for a little of start film company called neon that's only three years old and they are taking on Hollywood and bong joon ho will be drinking for the next year

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"eleven million dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"eleven million dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"EDU former New York City mayor and billionaire Mike Bloomberg is spend more on ads in his presidential campaign that all the other Democrats he spent eleven million dollars on a single lab that ran during the Super Bowl not highly deceptive and use the tragic death of a young man to help promote Bloomberg's claim of having the solution to shooting all of America Dennis Prager explains this is the most obvious example of a rich person buying it election of single people like that but attempting to do so and so for successful nobody compact if nobody's contributing essentially to bike Bloomberg's with campaign you've got billions of dollars so he spending hundreds of millions of dollars on ads and because she's he claims to be a liberal and in some ways he is to be consistent with what I say now but his tactics are leftist and his attacks are left this is big on the gun issue really pick on the gun issue so if on the left if you're big on an issue the issue was always bigger than truth so the Mike Bloomberg data on the Superbowl for him and against guns was an example here's a piece in National Review Mike Bloomberg fatuous Superbowl ad Michael get it done is that including message of Mike Bloomberg sixty second anti gun Superbowl commercial kept what done commercial which cost Bloomberg eleven million dollars is about a young aspiring football player was shot to death Bloomberg has a plan to stop people from being shot to death of like to hear it I think Bloomberg was a decent rare fairly fiscally prudent and pro business albeit with silly manning St tendencies most of which didn't amount to much I don't have much of a stake in the gun issue one way or the other rhyme in different about what to say we should reinstate the so called assault weapons ban I'm a fix that your band would make any difference with respect to gun violence gun control proposals seem to me to amount to kind of based signaling vote for me I hate the same stuff you hate it's fatuous for Bloomberg or anyone else to essentially take the position that he should be elected based on a passionate hostility to guns rather than any specific policy proposal guns are an emotional issue and Bloomberg's exporting emotions here not making a rational case for this or that regulation the ad the falsely states the two thousand nine hundred children die from gun violence every year the shooting victim described in the spot wall young was not a child and the actual number is about half of that so he lied the guy lied you're allowed ally because after all you're saving lives the if that is the that is the thinking of people on the left you are permitted to lie because you're doing good you can yeah and it's it's done all all across should not I would sail across the spectrum because conservatives are not as activist for for prohibiting things and so it's not going to come into play nearly as often Bob the the cancer society's various cancers lied about the frequency of women getting breast cancer I may have made it because they wanted to scare women into getting mammograms you're allowed a life for good because this is the this is the American way four of my lifetime you don't like you know like smoking so you're allowed ally the fifty thousand people a year die of secondhand smoke not forty nine thousand six hundred and twenty six fifty thousand wonder if my father my my late wonderful father Max pretty good tired of ninety six smoke route for cigar today's whole life I wonder if he is was listed as a as a tobacco related death he would actually have a tobacco related longevity sort of why don't believe anybody tells you cigars are less dangerous than cigarettes well don't believe the Mayo Clinic do you understand how the sciences have been perverted by activists to do good means you don't have to tell the truth that's Bloomberg K. I hate guns so I could lie as far as I can tell this article goes on Bloomberg's gun control policies would not have made a difference in the case of the subject of the advertisement George camp Kemp twenty years old of the Houston area whistling in twenty thirteen and a gang related shooting involving two handguns powered Bloomberg of save his life had he been president twenty thirteen camps mother calandria Simpson camp seen the commercial launch to a group called moms demand action their motto is together we will end gun violence how that's what I keep asking how in all of this stuff ever since the horrible shooting him in that the Florida high school our passion that's it the left his passion it is not is not reason they delude themselves.

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Ad Meter 2020: Bloomberg and Trump campaign ad

Ben Ferguson

01:22 min | 2 years ago

Ad Meter 2020: Bloomberg and Trump campaign ad

"As the chief some forty Niners vie for the Vince Lombardi trophy in Super Bowl fifty for both teams tied at ten at the half to billionaires running for president solve their campaign shell helps some big Bucks for campaign ads airing during the game president trump's campaign paying eleven million dollars for two thirty second ads touting his record former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg paying the same amount for one sixty second spot as is customary the incumbent does a break he came interview on the network televising the game in this case box Sean Hannity asking the questions president trump bringing up Pocahontas his nickname for Elizabeth Warren this woman can't tell the truth Michael Bloomberg very little I just think of little you know now he wants a box for the debates to stand on okay okay there's nothing wrong you can be sure why should they get a box to stand on okay Bloomberg calling that a line in the present and a pathological liar he is not competing in Ohio's I always carcasses tomorrow or in next week's New Hampshire primary waiting until March third super Tuesday one fourteen states including California hold their primaries California moving it's a contest up

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Box Office: ‘Bad Boys for Life’ Rules Over ‘The Gentlemen’

Memphis Morning News

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Box Office: ‘Bad Boys for Life’ Rules Over ‘The Gentlemen’

"Well movie goers you were stuck with the bad boys at the box office this weekend I guess they were stuck with them not we're stuck they chose to go and here's Kathleen Maloney raking in the cash the box office Will Smith and Martin Lawrence remain the top ticket sellers with bad boys for life what do all these you insured anybody in our shop yeah bringing in thirty four million dollars the World War one flick nineteen seventeen is second with nearly sixteen million in ticket sales and guy Ritchie's gangster film the gentleman is the top new release imagine having to your boss Mickey is too small to be blackmailing us Fletcher and the gentleman selling eleven million dollars worth of tickets Kathleen Maloney fox

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"eleven million dollars" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"eleven million dollars" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Four thousand dollars to help the radio communications vendor of ten eleven million dollars in city contracts this is a service police chief from two thousand four until two thousand sixteen he was already under investigation and lost a re election bid to present police chief Frank Corder if convicted Vasquez could be sentenced to as much as seventy years in federal prison Rhonda Rashtra reporting three of the top ten teams lost in college basketball Saturday the rag Duke fell to Louisville seventy nine seventy three forthright daughter was a loser to Florida sixty nine forty seven and a revised Butler lost to the fall seventy nine sixty six more details of this renewed dot com Patrick pause Hollywood three sixty nine AM nine seventy the answer for cancer treatment most prefer effective non invasive well tolerated outpatient therapy that's Dr Lieberman the radiosurgery pioneers goal to doctor liederman is first in America first in.

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"eleven million dollars" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

10:57 min | 2 years ago

"eleven million dollars" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"And welcome to a public affair it's Tuesday so that means you've got me I am carousel Baird and we have a fabulous yes the first time on our show on a public affair Hey is mayor not Marillac not candidate for mayor mayor such a rose Conway is here in the studio hello side yeah hi carousel wonderful to have you thanks for having I'm excited to be here it's great to have you and we want to first say thank you for always coming and talking to ward and supporting the news conversations that we have in allowing us access to the inside scoop of all the things are working out absolutely I'm happy to do it it's good to do it and congratulations on your first budget the twenty twenty budget is out it is so let's talk about that today a hundred and seventy million on the capital side six hundred thirty five million on the operating side is that about right alright I get those numbers right so tonight I want about all the details but tonight is a big vote on the city council they're going to be voting on the forty dollar wheel tax and the forty dollars vehicle registration okay okay and I I think that's legitimate and I'm on the County Board we always used to call that to talk to us about it yeah it was so first of all it just it's a small thing but on the name of it right and this is a feat that it comes from the state and when everybody talks about at the state level to vehicle registration fee but somehow when you talk about at the city or county level it's a wheel tax right that doesn't make any sense to me it's a vehicle registration fee okay and and so that you know that you really can't talk about it as a standalone thing you have to talk about it as part of the whole budget so let me back up a little bit and get a little context and and start with the fact that when I came into office and and we looked at what will it take to pay for just the existing services that we already provide as the city just do what we did last year do what we did this year in twenty twenty and how does that relate to how much we are allowed to raise on the property tax because I think most people know that the state legislature has put some really severe constraints on how much municipalities can raise on the property tax so when we look at those two things how much is it going to cost to continue government and how much can we raise in the property tax there is an eleven million dollar gap between those two things and those things are because salaries go up his salary go I'm because insurance goes up because the cost of business goes out because healthcare goes up in a whole long list of reasons because I think important to add we lose there's been lots of state and federal funding grants go away yeah money goes from I mean the the amount of money that comes to cities across the board but to city Madison in particular from the state and federal government is going down has gone down every year and so there's this widening gap and we are very constrained and how much we can raise the property tax and so that we came into the budget needing to find eleven million dollars just to do what we did this year not to add is not about anything and do anything you and so you look at that and you say will you know what are you gonna do are you going to get that kind of money what we found almost two million dollars in savings and efficiencies which is a lot of money that's a lot of money right and I'm pretty proud of that fact M. but that only gets you down to nine million and I'm not a good still not enough and so yeah so when I when we were looking at all of our options there's there's really three ways of cities can raise revenue property tax which is severely constrained regular fees which you have to use for the program that they're associated with so for example and if we you know we charge you a fee M. when you put a TV on the curb for pickup right hand and the cost of that sticker and can only cover the cost of picking up that TV right so we can't use it for anything else it has to be directly related that program and like I I have a dog our dog has been licensed in the city of massive writers dog license fees right and that those license fees go to administer the program M. end of taking care of dogs and and at you know having our animal services people and so does not mean it has to be direct relation you're bound by law you can't increase my dog license fee so that you can add to the library to leverage our parks or anything else no yeah exactly and then the third way that we can raise money is the vehicle registration fee and so it's not I it's not my first option is not my fifth options nine my tenth option of what I would like to do in terms of raising revenue but it is literally my only option and so when we look at the fact that we have to use a vehicle registration fee to just to do what we do as a city M. and continue that then I started to think about how unfair it is to ask people to pay a new feet and not get any new services and so that's what led us to a forty dollar vehicle registration fee is that I really feel like you were to ask people to put that kind of money out they need to get something for it right and they need to get a particular related to transportation they need to get better bus service both immediately and twenty twenty and every year following they need to get bus rapid transit in for five years and we need to make it easier for people to access the bus system am so that that's the just the highlights related to transportation there's a lot of other good stuff in the budget to help them but my my bass feeling was like this is a hard thing to ask of people and it is not a you know the choice that we would make if we could do anything but it is our only choice and we have to be able to show folks that we are actually investing in the community and making a difference in their lives so let's talk about the vehicle registration fee funding and another budget funding does talk about B. R. T. bus ride for transit yeah it's exciting it's super exciting Hey how do you make sure that when you're developing something like this that you equally provide service to the people want to ride the bus yeah but at the voting and the folks that have to ride the bus correct yeah the user of the haves and the once yeah you need everyone into the system to make it for Boston thriving yep you know and this is an a city where you leave one population behind yet versus another and yet they're different populations in need have different needs how do you ensure that happened yet so I did two things about that and one is that that bus rapid transit M. as part of our metro Ford initiative is is really like the spine or the backbone of the system right and so there is we're projecting a nationally to bus rapid transit routes the first one is going to go east west the second one is going to go north south I would like to look at after that maybe we can add on to defer some different areas for example maybe will work with the county to get to the line energy center you know maybe it won't work with have surrounding communities to get farther out to serve more of of Dane county M. but initially we're gonna have to basic routes M. and that's where we're gonna have really fast frequent service right but it only works in relationship to the rest of the trans and can get there right so so one of the things in my twenty twenty budget is a study to look at our entire bus system and to figure out are we serving the people that need to be served are we getting them to places that they need to go and how can we change our system to make sure they were adequately sermon the entire community when you look at where the jobs are today right so traditionally our employment centers in Madison had been right downtown around the state capital at UW right on campus and and our bus system serves us here is pretty well if you are gum if you're commuting to UW and I know because I community W. for thirteen years on the bus if you can you can do that it's a pretty good system but that they appointment centers now in Madison are increasingly not downtown right there on the west side think about exact sciences right there it down in front think about epic right there out on the east side with the new you W. health campus right with the American center and so what we see when we do a heat map of jobs across the city is that our transit system doesn't serve where the new jobs are the bus rapid transit system will it will serve with employment centers are and then what we need to do is make sure that we're reconfiguring the rest of the buses around that to make sure that folks can get to the rapid transit spine but also to the other places that they need to go and by the way that we make sure that we're serving folks that work second and third shift yeah so it's it's a lot M. but that's how you balance to make sure that we're really focusing on how people can get to work they can get to school and then we think about the other destinations that folks have like you want to come down to a show downtown on State Street M. like that you should build it on the bus my my my daughter have a teenager who now decides what and that she doesn't really want to spend time with us which we offer give her the right but since then she changed her mind and at seven o'clock on Saturday night she hopped on the bus and join us downtown there you go it was great yeah that is the kind of thing we want to see well and I look forward to talking about that in more detail in the future because I would love the is part of the conversation even perhaps an overhaul of the you know the three a transfer point to trance yeah absolutely that might be what we need to maybe it's not that it's it's and that's it this isn't a matter of much discussion in city hall and and my feeling is that if we are going to look at all the systems we have to look at all the systems and nothing with him wipe the map clean we have to not assume that their transfer points or that they are transfer points where they are now and we have to look at what is actually going to serve our community best and not have any boundaries on that meant to really look at what's going to be the best system for us it's exciting to see inside a ambushes yeah we got out there and and you know why a carousel that we have the reason that we have to do this is because if we don't invest in transit we're gonna have in twenty years we're gonna have eight hundred thousand new trips we can't fit those cars on the isthmus now but we just literally can't they would there be no way for them to go we have gridlock right and so we have to invest in transit you look around the country the place like Austin Texas they failed to invest in transit in ten twenty years ago and now they're congestion there traffic congestion is literally harming their economy I don't wanna live there I don't live there I don't want to I want that to be us yeah that's one of the reasons people live.

"eleven million dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"eleven million dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Was about but the bottom line to me is why do we have to wear business suits yeah taken seriously yeah a girl can be a girl Taylor will be a woman I thought I'd love your example on her interview with CBS Sunday morning she said when a man comes up with a great idea he's being strategic when a woman comes up with the great ideas she's being calculated when a man reacts to something he's just reacting when a woman has the same situation she's over reacting I I I I was like right on Taylor the war on it's name yes if the sexism is still there and so I'm glad that someone at thirty nine twenty nine should recognize that they were still fighting that same fight but it's it's the words I mean words were very interesting to me I love to listening to her and yeah morning yeah I know it was really it was really good okay here is you want mom won a couple more like Levi long one is ordered to pay your former driver forty thousand you can go after her she well when you don't pay your bills you're supposed to Pam this is that this is something people have known since the beginning of time they used to kill you Jordan pay your bills are chop off your hands of something like this is bond and a driver that she owes going all the way back to twenty fifteen good luck it's not like the money yes I am she never even responded to the lawsuit if the try and find me in Dubai is which okay Mariah Carey to sign an eleven million dollar for something across the pond called walkers Chris I know you know what they are those potato chips are basically yes she all right the last sponsor of the potato chip brand was the spice girls eleven million dollars to wrap potato chips and she has to eat some of them if you read she does the bottom two lines it says what she will and won't do it the name of the potato chip brand one we'll be on fifty million potato chip package stores they come across one this year listen she hasn't made a lot of money up for me as a chef French fries and Chris are potatoes yes learn good for you more I am I know that's a hell of a lot of your spent we're ready ed Sheeran shape of you were L. T. suspended to because another person swing on by another person as well this is in the UK but when you've got a you know a judge going after you this is this is pretty serious this isn't just some frivolous lost because ed Sheeran has is that too many situations of sharing here lifting assigned the middle of the night yeah when I was something since its own okay here he pays he gives writing credits to everybody does it after the fact yeah yeah but so what well this is the judge is having a problem with that okay janam Channing Tatum and Jessie J. they've had to make an announcement that they're taking a break from social media they want to spend more time in the quote unquote real world and court of quote real life as opposed to the other like a really nice which apparently wasn't lay off I don't like Jessie J. for ten am I know I feel like he has I I don't like them yeah was she there the bridge for yeah each other and then I sat in his wife with her guys still are yeah I don't is to see how long this lasts I would like a long time but I would like to let them know that they have been living in the real life their life is that you know when people say that knowing that life in my life I used to say that all the time no I really mean it in the real life this is serious stuff yeah I was just having a break from the Gramm to get on my phone and into real life Randy do this all the time I feel like they get drunk and posters and then they have to do with me don't like them together and I think so that's why they're yeah.

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"eleven million dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"eleven million dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"We still have been shot. I'm not quite sure yet, but it's a long time. Stress put on. So what really? Getting tearful. Was water relief? He said through tears, and this is amazing. So you mention that the faculty were involved, the senior faculty to vice president and dean of students. That's, that's not some wacky professor often the left. Right. This is not small potato, but one way or another, you do have faculty involved. Now the school has tried to say Oberlin college in doing anything wrong. And in fact, says that the that Oberlin college is working to quote ensure that students freedom of speech was protected and if the student demonstrations were safe unlawful, and they attempted to help the plaintiffs repair any harm caused by the student protests, oberlin's trying to establish distance from us. They say blame the kids that's the position they're taking. It's the kids fault. It's not ours. We have no week. We, we can't, we're not involved in this. We didn't harm the bakery at all. But the person you mentioned is Meredith Raimondo, right? She's oberlin's vice president in dean of students. She was found guilty. Specifically of liable by the jury after she helped pass out flyers to the students claiming that the bakery, was racist and had a history of quote racial profiling and discrimination. Yeah. That's crossing the line way crossing line. That's not someone trying to establish an environment for free speech. That is crossing the line to being an activist. And in this case, rightfully being convicted of libel suit. Tony, you know normally I don't know about where you are instinctually on this. But typically, I'm opposed to litigation for almost anything I think, you know, people can resolve disputes between themselves, you send your anti lawyer. I'm anti suing people. There's nothing wrong with that. You know, I'm not I'm not, you know, I have some friends who are lawyers. I work with them. But if you slip and fall in like a normal sidewalk ninety nine percent of the time. It's just your fault so you know what I mean. It's not like the, the place is full unless Hillary Clinton. It's Trump's fault them. But that said this litigation seems very righteous. And I say that from the perspective of normally the way these stories end is the bakeries livelihood is destroyed of town. They've got to sell the business. They have no recourse, they're done. But instead this. Case this family fought back and they were just awarded eleven million dollars for college. That libelled them. Why think in this case, look, I'm for just litigation. And yeah. But and this was, I think, clarinet case and look, Oberlin college is in central Ohio north central high near Lyria, and it's a it's a fairly conservative areas, not like part of a big city. So I think the community is going to be very forgiving to this bakery. They're gonna survive. And I think it's a good thing. And, and you, you cannot allow faculty of a college to take a side and become the very weapon against a business. It's just not it's not done. And I think the, the right message was sent here. Right. I mean and it's also should be fired. If I were the regions of a highlight fire, this vice press, well, she just cost the school, eleven million dollars. Yeah. Yeah. Big time victim. But this should be a warning shot to the types of people who would frivolously accuse a business of being one of the worst things you can be in America a racist profile because because they tried to, because they were mad because they were concerned that their product was being stolen by a single person. That was it. And here we are eleven million dollars later. The school is now paying the consequences it took three years, but it got somewhere six fifteen now..

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"eleven million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"eleven million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"So we hope to see down there. What's the date on that Friday twenty twenty? That's what I said. But it's the twenty four the twenty four th. Yeah. Friday, the twenty four will be down there. Great time. So we hope to see you there. They got a lot of stuff happening. We got softball season kick it off we got the headliner shawl. We got the big Royal wedding in the summer. So we've got a lot of great stuff coming up. We've got the draft lottery. We got the NBA draft. We are right on the cusp. Speak of the royals. Did you see that Meghan Markle header baby? I did see that. Yes. We're all wrapped up in that. No. I'm not no interest in those people. I never have believe we fought a war to not pay attention to what they were doing many many years ago. So I don't care. Don't care. I'm happy that they had a healthy baby. Grace good. That's awesome. You wanna see healthy things right in this world about healthy. Yeah. All about healthy. But no, I that doesn't register with me one bit. So another question. Go ahead, boomer. All right. So you had a choice of pitchers and you needed the sign of pitcher today and that pitcher say cost you eleven million dollars a year. Yeah. Would you take Matt Harvey? Or would you take Dallas title? I would take Dallas kaikal. I've been there done that with Harvey. I mean, I I don't know on the cycle. I mean, they got so much the draft pick thing, man. They're all about that draft pick compensation if that wasn't attached to it. I think it would be a lot easier general managers focal. Over the money. Now. Kyko is said he has had numerous offers that he he and his agent Scott have all turned down. And he is claiming that the analytics showed that there's an amount of money that he's worth, and he's also frustrated by the fact that when you go, and you kind of kind of go shit your contract, they'll use the analytics against you to hold down the money. But when you spoil the analytics in their face and say, this is what I'm worth, this is the market value for some reason, he can't come to an agreement with any of these teams that are trying to sign him. So somebody's trying to sign them. And I'm hoping that he's staying in shape somewhere and throwing the ball. But you have a you have a season starter out there. He's a lefty he makes a lot of sense for the AKIs. He did have a for him. It was a bad year last for the Mets and Russian. We'll makes more sense for the Mets personally. I mean, they don't have any starting. Wilmer font. The great Woolmer fought to go out there and throw perfect game tonight warmer. Against the Padres..

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"eleven million dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"eleven million dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Sports again. We've a sports intensive week. Eight fifty every new starting quarter Pounder. Fats. Patch? Quarter Pounder back. Looks like he started. He went straight from beer fest to start the start the dolphins training. Got the call from the dolphins. When he was added McDonald's drive-thru eating quarter powdery it was like really all right? Hold on. I'll have diet coke. Yeah. So he showed up yesterday. And he was wearing a dolphins t shirt, and he was jogging in it wasn't pretty well eleven million dollars off season, you know, feared count. They can shave that. Oh, jeez. But he's always had the beard. Oh, yeah. There's food still in it. Related stop. It. You two fits magic fits. I don't have any come from like a career journeyman hit with a bunch of always thought he was good. His eight NFL French. Stop here and his one hundred McDonald's franchise. No, just kidding. Just kidding. He can lose a waste then heavy there. I put the pictures of the website. He's a unit. Hey. If he's jogging elusive weight running drills trying to get in shape, but he was quite hefty. They didn't think it was going to be playing anymore. Not coming up fee. Thanks, karen. Maybe a Big Mac. Instead of all. Maybe I gotta go look at pictures. I I've no idea what this looks like is he.

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"eleven million dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"eleven million dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"To six four. Now. Here's phil. I think one one way that the rights as Maximus characterize what we're doing as though it's like some kind of massive government takeover. Obviously what we're trying to do is obviously it's not that. Not that. It's not that. You said you could explain what it is. First of all socialism is a transition to communism Dorchi talking about if you said, we're not trying to take over when you have someone is a rain might maker some who worked very hard someone who takes risks and builds a business. She watched that business to be taken over. And so all the value is shared equally among society. What is that? If that's not taking over. Unbelievable. This kid does even know what socialism is I don't think she would know socialism and a baloney sandwich notch. I mean, she's enjoying this new found fame, and let me tell you. She's gonna be history very soon. But. One thing. I will tell you about green. Remember, they did green jobs. Everybody's going to get a green job. Remember, those days, they invested two hundred forty billion to create less than five thousand jobs, you know, that was up eleven million dollars per job Obama spent eleven million per job, remember the wind energy. I remember the time he came in any way on the state of the.

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"eleven million dollars" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"eleven million dollars" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"As you can. Cash go rutta check. Oh core boat house. I mean, why wouldn't you buy a house? You got eleven million dollars because they're gonna come back and get it. And it's really no money that okay? Man. There's a lot of things you do with them. They're going gonna go on the so your whole life. You switch it to go on the run for eleven million. I go live on the beach somewhere. They never find me alone, you'd give up your whole life. Family can come with me. Okay. You're going to run out of that eleven million right at some point. Turn into cash to actually. You go to the casino. You you launder it or day too much. Telling you guys, you can be allergic to exercise want that or. No, yes, there actually people with a real condition that makes them allergic to exercising. It's called exercise induced NFL axis now, pretty rare. But douses of people in America suffer from symptoms include flushing of the skin. Okay. Absolutely. You work out a bunch you read. Yeah. Hives from working out. No, hives, swelling, nozzle like swollen. And ozzy. I don't know. Okay. Then you're not allergic. Eddie, don't like it. Keep at us. Sadly, there's no rhyme or reason for it people. Just get it. Like, it's not something that you develop. That's a bummer especially if you really like working out. I do not like working out the Bill, and I do it every day. I am the most miserable when I'm exercising. I watched the clock the entire time. Every maneuverable I wear a watch during yoga I have clocked. My phone put up everywhere. I work out. I have to see exactly exactly minutes. What you have to do it. Right. Like in your mind, you have to work. I don't I'm I'm also miserable. So I'm just miserable when more miserable. If you don't mind as well dangling to do wanna don't quite the pickle last night. I did not take a watch. And Morgan I worked out, and I go what time is it? What time is it? What time is during the workout the spin class? Did you like it? Yeah. It was spin. It was going to spend class slash like station. Class thing equates. Yeah. It was good. There's a picture on my. Story Morgan number two. We finished working out last night. But it was good. Yeah. It was really good. I'm so sore like I can't move half of my back muscles today. Wow. Good. I have or not. I'm not. Or five. Yeah. We went to spin class like five thirty last night have. And then you go, and you do like station work. Pretty good. Yeah. Yeah. Do you think you'll go back? Yeah. Sure now. Yeah. Yeah. It was pretty good. I I mean, I think I'm into that. I didn't it wasn't a Pearson. I would like to morph. It was a pure spin class. I may have those we went to spin class once unite and remember the lady was like all right pictures, going up mountain is like, okay. This is weird. Like that. All right now, you're going down the mountain here. Like, okay, I like this. They didn't not like are saying talking hard to go out and you mentally at the v. Like, okay, I'm going on the mountain. Together to the like. Years ago. I don't remember what was it like working out with Bobby Bobby like really strong, and he plays it off like he's not. And he would he would keep doing the workouts, and he redoing so well and like over here, and I'm like taking a break. I'm like I'm struggling and he's just like looking around lifting the weights like no big deal that are. There aren't a lot of girls were there. No. There was one and Morgan best friend immediately. I was like that your best friend. She was like never matter. Nice, man. And I was like what is happening here. So, but no nothing. No, no, no, no. I was at work k and stop it. Everything's not about girls and guys not know, but Morgan to single what do you look for guys? They're they're gonna think you're with Bobby though, thing when we're in the class together, and we were telling shirts like we're not with each other work together. That's one single. It was good though to mingle. Yeah. Amy lives not just about that. Just get out there and produce twenty nineteen looking for someone. December gotta go. So science says you reach your peak attractiveness at thirty years old three zero. It's the age before you get notable wrinkles..

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"eleven million dollars" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"eleven million dollars" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"On Wall Street, the NASDAQ up ninety eight and a half points, the SNP up twenty three the Dow fell fifteen Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders today. Introducing legislation that would raise more than two trillion dollars, the former democratic presidential candidate says he will tax the top point. Oh, two percent of Americans among his recommendations applying in a state tax on those who inherit more than three and a half million dollars instead of the current threshold of eleven million dollars. And if an estate is worth more than a billion dollars the tax rate at that level would be seventy seven percent. The Senate moving ahead in a procedural vote. That sets the stage for a sharper buke on President Trump's plan to withdraw US troops from Syria. It is part of the Senate debate on Mideast policy Republican leader Mitch McConnell an amendment to the Bill that affectively opposes a White House directive to withdraw the bulk of the US jobs from their long running overseas fight against terrorism. According to recall dot com. Senator McConnell is. Pushing for this to provide a warning to President Trump, quote only bring us troops home from Syria and Afghanistan, slowly and carefully. If at all Republican whip in the Senate is John thune from South Dakota. He supports the amendment. Madam President I'm pleased that the Senate is finally debating S one after three inexplicable democrat attempts to filibuster the Bill this package of Middle East policy bills, all of which have bipartisan support address a number of key issues for starters. This legislation will further strengthen our relationship with our close closest ally in the Middle East, Israel, it authorizes ten years of military, support funding, Israel and reaffirms. The United States commitment to ensuring that Israel has better weapons and equipment than its enemies. Also, foster increased technological cooperation between Israel and the United States to support the security of both of our countries, the legislation also strengthens our relationship with another close ally of ours in the Middle East the kingdom of Jordan. Senate intelligence committee hearing on Tuesday was a timely reminder of the importance of investing in our alliances, senior intelligence officials testified China and Russia are becoming increasingly aggressive in seeking to increase their influence not just in their own regions. But in other parts of the world Russia's support of the Syrian regime is a prime example now more than ever it is vital that we maintain close relationships with our allies Senator John thune on an amendment which passed mid afternoon in the US Senate procedural hurdle for Senator Mitch McConnell. You can continue to watch the debate on the Mideast policy. Bill is it is a non-binding sense of the Senate resolution a live coverage on C span two and on our podcast, the weekly our conversation with Chad pergram, you see him regularly on the Fox News channel he serves as that network's senior congressional producer. We look at what if anything divided congress will accomplish this year. How? Often the Arcain rules of the house and the Senate can determine what ultimately comes to the floor. How Republicans honestly view Donald Trump two years into his presidency and his own relationship as well. As understanding of the power players on Capitol Hill today at our weekly news conference. There was this exchange between speaker Pelosi and Chad pergram. Politics..

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"eleven million dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"eleven million dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"If you could save one hundred bucks a week. Which may be tougher. I get that. But a hundred bucks a week five percent rate of return in forty years. You'll have about seven hundred thousand dollars. That's more. Like it. Our dog little online calculator. You can do punching a couple of numbers. So did you save money? It's no secret. So anyway, this guy is financial guy did a video, and he has a couple of myths about the eleven million millionaires in America. So a millionaire is someone who has a million dollars in assets. Eleven million millionaires eleven million dollars in assets in the country. But there's different statistics on this. He says at a third of Americans couldn't afford a two thousand dollar emergency expense. So we have a lot of millionaires. But we also have a lot of people are very little money on hand very little cash on hand. So what gives? Now, Alexandra Okaz Cortez says when you take money from the rich is that gonna fix things. Well, let's talk about who these rich. Are we just play the clip Howard Schultz, saying let's attach would be in a billionaire. But that was the American dream Trump at a similar kind of spin on that too. Right. So does the point what's the deal? Like who I grew up in the projects in Brooklyn. Now a billion dollars. Dawson was and I liked that. I liked that. He's he's proud of that. So here's the millionaires in America. Four months. First myth is that wealthy people inherited their money. So we did a survey of I think he took. Ooh, forget how many millionaires. An interview all million of them want to say, maybe six hundred millionaires was in the survey. I forget a good statistical amount. So of the millionaires he randomly selected seventy nine percent of them received zero inheritance. So this idea again, all your only millionaires wealthy because they inherited their money while seventy nine percent of them inherited nothing. Just like Howard Schultz. Second myth is wealthy. People are lucky. This is my least favorite of his four myths. Because this is not very subjective. But seventy six percent of the millionaires. He surveyed said that nothing extraordinary helped in their wealth creation. So they didn't win the lottery they didn't make some crazy killing in the stock market. They claim of discipline and hard work. That's the thing. They said the luckiest thing is that they were born in America. But that's like my least favorite game. Because that's pretty subjective. Like were you lucky you're gonna get a lot of millionaires? Like, no, it was me. So I'm not throw that myth. Let's move onto the third one the fifth is that wealthy people go to prestigious private schools expensive is procedures private schools. Sixty two percent of millionare's went to public state schools. Sixty two percent went to public state schools. And then this is my favorite of the mall wealthy. People have high paying jobs because that's pretty. Oh, you're you're wealthy. Because. Money seems pretty tight logical. Right. That's that's the definition.

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"eleven million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"eleven million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"We've made it through two weeks. Without the Alaskan way viaduct through downtown Seattle relatively unscathed with some slightly longer drive time to work, and as we enter the third and final week of what has been dubbed via doom the people at the State Department of transportation are getting ready for a big party next Saturday to open the new tunnel wash dot Steve Pearce says the five twenty bridge opening drew fifty thousand people, and they expect at least double that for the tunnel. Opening the bike ride is already sold out. And that's twelve thousand bike riders. We are at twenty three thousand runners who's elected to go on the eight Ron, and then we've also given out sixty six thousand free tickets for people who have gone on to our website at ninety nine step forward dot com. Peer says with that. Many people if you go remember people will have to pack their patients, and they should come using public transportation. There's no parking available. NPR says there will be a lot to do and see there's going to be activities north and south of the tunnel and on the viaduct as well. It'll be an arts festival similar to five twenty they'll be stomach for the whole family. And we think it's going to be a great celebration the festivities start at both ends of the tunnel next Saturday morning at eleven with the ribbon cutting at the south end at eleven thirty former Governor Christine Gregoire will be there. And since she had such a big hand in getting the tunnel built. I asked how she'd feel if they named it after her. You know, somebody else asked me that. And I said the people think I'm dead. I'm still alive. Alive. And well, but governor Gregoire assures me she won't be out there with a hard hat and sledgehammer to take down the viaduct herself as she wants promised. If the tunnel project didn't get started, Ryan Harris, KOMO news. This is KOMO afternoon. News rewind, did you think it's expensive to buy a home in Seattle? You ought to check out one of the listings in the small town of tonight, Washington, it has a price tag of eleven million dollars. And it's one of the most expensive homes for sale in the United States. And the pictures are stunning. They're all posted on our partner websites Seattle refined dot com and joining us from Seattle refined is managing editor. Brit thorson. Brit. Why tonight? No, first of all love tonight. Oh, great city. Sure. Why? Why here? Erin eleven million dollar house. And who built it there? A diamond heiress. Oh, of course. The famous tonight. No diamond heiress. So she's actually not even from tonight. Oh, okay. He's from South Africa. She's the heiress heiress to the De Beers jewelry. Okay empire. I guess monopoly. She literally is a diamond heiress she decided to build a house in tonight, and she went to her architect. And she literally said, I want to begin hyme meets spaceship. Those those aren't she found someone to build that she someone to build that. And now it exists in tonight, the photos, I mean, it really does look like something like on another planet Star Wars planet or something like that it's gorgeous. But I mean, so many questions why a diamond heiress white tonight. Is anyone gonna spend eleven million dollars to buy it? No one in town. I don't think is. I mean, I I can think of one power couple that is splitting up here in the Seattle area with a couple of billion dollars. Let's talk some some numbers here. If I shell out the eleven million dollars, or you know, just a small down payment of two point two million dollars. What do I get there are bathrooms and a pantry diocese their bathrooms of Android? That's about it. And I'm just kidding. Let's over eight eight thousand. Square feet, it sits on eighty acres of land. Okay. There's a pool six bedrooms four point five bathrooms. There's a bath house off what that means. I don't either. But I feel like it's a very thing that may be very wealthy people who diamond heiress heiress needs. I need one. Also, she wants us to know the wants us to know that when she built the house, she placed a gold coin and blessings of love and family and happiness in its foundation. And so that will emanate into whoever goes and lives there. The home actually is really truly beautiful hand. There's a copper room her favourite room in in the in the whole house is is a copper room. That's supposed to quiet down everything and protect you from unwanted electromagnetic frequencies. Yeah. Yup. That's also what you get with your small down payment. Okay. Copper frequencies. They could become an eleven million dollars. And you only have to go to tonight. Oh for it. That's all. That's it. Not bad. Brit. Thank you Thorson from Seattle refined dot com where you can see the pictures. Komo afternoon. News on KOMO news..

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"eleven million dollars" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"eleven million dollars" Discussed on Mixergy

"That our customers do get good value. They're not throwing other avenues. I we're gonna find out whether this is actually good money and whether those companies at turn them down where right or wrong, thanks to phenomenal. Sponsors. The first is gonna help you hire. A great developers called top towel. The second wall will help you host your website, right? It's called the host gator. Brian. I want to go to straight to dollars and cents. What's your revenue twenty eighteen done? In the Ken how much we're gonna do between ten and eleven this year million eleven million dollars in revenue and how much of that is profit. Donilon share the exact profit numbers right now. But we have a healthy profit percentage. Sensiti your by. You're buying stuff online, which is kind of commodities at this point selling into Plath into a world where it's commodities where you've got tons of competitors. Are we looking at ten percent net margins or more? Let's just ask that close to ten percent. Okay. One of the one of the issues is that were investing really heavily back into the business. So that sucks up a lot of cash, and I think trying to understand the difference between you cash at Bob. My profit is quite different. I mean, you could you could make a million dollars but have zero leftover of the year. Okay. So you've got cash that you'd have cash leftover, but so we gross margins of more than fifty percent. No gross margins of gotta be tiny. It's a slim margin business competitive. You know, there's lots of people that stepped into the game. So we focused mainly on customer service. You know, we have the best price. But also trying to live the best service the customer. That's why we stand out ahead. So Email you of the weekend. I'm gonna get an Email response over the weekend or Monday. If you Email the general team out we are close on the weekend. We wanna make sure our team members have time with their families from friends, but in general of emails during the week, your and get a response almost immediately. I to say if you Email me during the week, you'll get a response next week. I am so bad with Email. It's just flooded. I heard again, you'll get a response in five minutes. Pretty much on it. Hey, when we go back and think about why you turned down for those jobs. Let's let's look at it from a distance and be honest. What didn't you have an where where were they? Right. Where were they wrong in turning you down for these jobs? Didn't have a lot of internships in the finance industry. I think that might have been something that maybe not as compared to some other upper opportunities. People had a pick from okay also is coming from the south. I think there was something about going to college in the south to lane verse going to something in the northeast. You know, these Harvard Princeton Penn and stuff like that. And they were just blatantly airing me, those people the second I walked in the room in. It was story that these people are smarter. Even though they don't know me, the prion I thought and finance what they really liked was more hustle. More determination, more avarice. They weren't looking for for Harvard. Grads to be on the trading desk where they. At these places. I mean, I think they were you know, as investment banks and some big hedge funds. I really have my sights set pretty high, and that was one of my issues to that had I gone for a mid or low tier firm actually had some offers lowered your firms I wasn't interested in that. Didn't that didn't drive enough passion for me as I three hundred hours a week. I wanna make sure work for something..

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"eleven million dollars" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"eleven million dollars" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I'm so glad you told me the story about Chris Morgan, Sandra. Bullock as this like this movie. Cost eleven million dollars. And they paid Sandra Bullock ten because there's a very cheap movie and shows, but but be that as a make ten million dollars. I spent hundred was really every penny worth it because no one would know this movie, otherwise Mary marginal movie, right down, the it borrows from other better movies to make a lesser product nineteen point eight million budget and still to your point not a huge budget. And to your point. He was without Sandra Bullock's never seen. It was a bird dog box with a bone in Sandra. Bullock, like I'm going over there tomorrow. We're going to sit down I'm going to make do this movie. So yeah, that's what treads money well spent because she is a star in the movie like this. It's the reason people are seeing it and people are responding to it. It's like I said, it takes I saw Chrissy Teigen of all people like I was devastated by this movie. As woman as a mother of children bench. Never see the mist really you. It will really never see. Quiet place, then will destroy you that much like a quiet place World War Z, all these movies have the same theme. And I like that theme, and it was fun to see a woman in charge of it and doing a great job. And I thought it was really fun and cool movie. It's a lesser version of much better movies. I think it's I I know because it's net. Flexible, Hendra, Bullock is who is recommending it to me. It's for people who don't see that many movies by and large people who are recommending. I don't think see them any movies because if they saw a quiet place or the missed wherever reminded me of better movies. What this is really a problem for is people. Now, the same people who are like, dude, you're not watching film the blank. How can you not watch fill in the blank are the same people who are saying oh pert box bird bummer. It was like okay now. I know it can scale back on having to watch a lot of these TV shows that you're insisting that I watched because Dame commensurate with this. It is marginal at best. Here's here's marginal. Okay. Okay. Point totally take. Forty five million first hands in the first week. Here's here's the other thing too. There's always something that catches on. There's a kid who takes his picture with Justin Timberlake, and then we're talking about that for six days. Yeah. I all of the worst. But, but there's always something that we're rising up above everyone else for for everyone just to look at and then it's gone. And maybe this is a cynical way to look at things. But when it's not making fun of somebody, and it's not mean spirited, and it's not complete shit. I think people are just relieved, and they're and they're lucky to be spending ninety minutes watching something that was pretty good about movies. Bad. It's just it's I. I think it would have been a wide release. No, no, no. This is a straight to video John Malkovich is also minutes. All right. Well, I shall watch in way. And if anything just not to just tell Chris mortgage, Sean if I see him again, so keep you guys posted on that stuff. Did you see a quiet place?.

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"eleven million dollars" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"eleven million dollars" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I'm so glad you told me the story about Chris Morgan, Sandra. Bullock, as what this like this movie. Cost eleven million dollars. And they paid Sandra Bullock ten because there's a very cheap movie and shows, but but be that as a make ten million dollars. I spent hundred was really every penny worth it because no one would know this movie, otherwise Mary marginal movie, right down, the it borrows from other better movies to make a lesser product nineteen point eight million budget and still to your point not a huge budget. And to your point. He was without Sandra books. Never seen. It was a bird dog box with a bone in Sandra. Bullock, like I'm going over there tomorrow. We're going to sit down I'm going to make her do this movie. So yeah, that's what treads money well spent because she is a star in the movie like this. It's the reason people are seeing it and people are responding to it. It's like I said it takes from. I saw Chrissy Teigen of all people. Like, I was devastated by this movie. As woman as a mother of children bench never seen the missed. Really you. It will really never been quiet place that will destroy you that much like a quiet place World War Z, all these movies have the same theme. I like that theme. And it was fun to see a woman in charge of it and doing a great job. And I thought it was really fun and cool movie. It's a lesser version of much better movies. I think it's I I know because it's Netflix flexible, Sandra Bullock is who is recommending. It's it's for people who don't see that many movies by and large people who are recommending. I don't think see them any movies because if they saw a quiet place or the missed wherever reminded me of better movies. What this is really a problem for is people. Now, the same people who are like dude, you're not watching fill in the blank. How can you not watch fill in the blank are the same people who are saying oh pert box bird bummer, when it was like, okay now, I know it can scale back on having to watch lot of these TV shows that you're insisting that. Because dame. Commensurate with this. It is marginal at best. Here's here's marginal. Okay. Okay. Point totally take forty five million in the first week. Here's here's the other thing too. There's always something that catches on. There's a kid who takes his picture with Justin Timberlake, and then we're talking about that for six days. Yeah. All of them the worst. But, but there's always something that we're rising up above everyone else for for everyone just to look at and then it's gone. And maybe this is a cynical way to look at things. But when it's not making fun of somebody, and it's not mean spirited, and it's not complete shit. I think people are just relieved, and they're and they're lucky to be spending ninety minutes watching something that was pretty good about movies. Bad. It's just it's I. I think it would have been a wide release. No, no, no. This is a straight video John Malkovich is also minutes. All right. Well, I shall watch in way. And if anything just not to just tell Chris mortgage shot if I see him again. So keep you guys posted on that stuff. Did you see a quiet place? I did really. Yeah. That was great. Yeah. Yeah. But also predictable in many ways it has. He has constructed a somebody. Yeah. Good and fun to watch. I will tell you. So I had this thought little weird thought when we're in Maui before we laughed we flew first class over we flew coach back. It's always a packed flight and Maui and. Flying off the island into the holiday. It's it's really it's the end of a vacation, and it is ushered in with a quick hard jab to the solar plexus because it's not a vacation that ends. When a vacation ends. And you're at home, it just sort of saw most to stop this pack. It all up go to the thing. Lot argument. Waiting in line. I'm TSA pre check a why didn't sweetie that's damage. The six hour flight of a lot of that. And a lot of hacked in in baba, blah. I had something you should never think about which is I decided I'm going snorkeling alone..

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"eleven million dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"eleven million dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"This means dangerous conditions for surfers swimmers and boaters at all San Diego area beaches today, in fact, guards had to pull an unconscious man from the water yesterday afternoon in ocean beach, man, they pulled from the surf off dog beach in OB died at the hospital county leaders are providing incentives to anyone wanting to build a granny flat in hopes of creating more affordable housing board of supervisors approved program to wave. Permit and development fees. For builders. Unincorporated areas, the fees will be waived over a five-year trial period expected cost county eleven million dollars, a National City woman is lucky to be okay. After the ceiling in her home came crashing down on her news. As Tara CONNER has that story. Juliana Reynosa says she was sleeping in her bed. When nearly sixty pounds of dry wall fell on her firefighters say the drywall was heavier than usual due to a water leak who had been complaining to her landlord for several weeks about the league. But says nothing was done about it. It's really really hard to. Warehouse actually, flooded and. Coin. I just pay the rent on the fourth untold on again how it's leaking. They haven't done anything this happen. Fortunately, also, suffered only minor injuries for AM seven sixty. I'm news eight Eric. Here's Heather Myers with your micro-climate forecast. Sun and clouds out there today and temperatures ad or even slightly below seasonal averages are back to the low sixties at the beaches today, mid to upper sixties for the inland valley locations that high surf advisory stays in place along the entire coastline until ten o'clock this evening on AM, seven sixty. I'm news as Heather Myers sunny and sixty two in oceanside another head coaching higher in the NFL today. The New York Jets have agreed to terms with Adam gase who was just fired by the Miami. Dolphins. Mike Slater's next AM, seven sixty talk and breaking..

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