18 Burst results for "Fifteen Eighteen Dollars"

"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

"Parents I know I know a bunch actually comma so we don't do the weekly allowance we do by task maybe we should consider the by I don't know I like to buy task you get paid this much for doing this right my wife always it seems like is is isn't it in too much in my opinion but might be my age guy grew up again like a quarter a week for okay you can do that anymore after two years of martial Phillips here started getting show the conscience of the nation hi task thing works pretty good very concrete you do this you get down to give you five Bucks I think kids can more easily understand hourly wages than salary a allowance the conventional one is a lot like a salaried position and they realize a I can't be fired if I go up yeah a do gooder good job by job finish it or not we got this text from somebody I paid my kids I started paying my kids minimum wage which is quite a bit it wasn't long before they argued about who got to work what job that if you pay enough to be fight no not might turn yeah scoop out the gold pen whatever it is you have different chores that idea so many people can relate to that way well actually a lot of people could not in urban areas but sure sure arm then hot to consider that I don't know but what's minimum wage though fifteen eighteen dollars an hour no one has to Ben's worry are of course but now that's in Seattle where they've eliminated all jobs that now you got robots in kiosks in your kids too much of actually have a chore robot that they've built and bought off Amazon exact price me out of the market inventor robot fantastic.

"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on WTVN

"Motive of the shooter however we have uncovered evidence throughout the course of our investigation that the shooter was exploring violent ideology three people were numbered in Gilroy murdered rather in Gilroy policing Kennedy say they found several items on a river bank link to the two teenagers suspected of killing three people they're not saying what the items are firefighters in Honolulu safe either because almost two million dollars in damage to a high rise hotel in Waikiki was intentionally set you're listening to ABC news news radio six ten WTVN of Alison why and we're going back as far as we need to find try to find out why he did this and also if anybody else knew about this or was involved with this tell a weaker him with the FBI says the alleged shooter Connor bats was seeking out information that promotes violence and they're looking today for any information as to why he chose the Oregon district for the scene of his crime on Sunday Ohio governor Mike DeWine meanwhile has announced plans that he has to ask the legislature to pass a gun safety measure after the mass shooting that left nine people dead including the gunman own sister the legislation would initiate safety protection orders that gives family members the power to have guns taken away from those who pose a danger to temper order could be granted a temporary order could be granted is the station's my problem because the person is a danger to themselves or others and has access to firearms he also recommended finding more funding and resources be made available to those who require mental health services as the people in date and try to heal after the violent attack the Humane Society of greater Dayton is welcoming anyone who feels like they need a little comfort to stop by the shelter and spend time with some of their homeless puppies and kittens they say the extra attention will not only be beneficial for the pets but also for the humans meanwhile a Cleveland area woman who was given a ten day county jail sentence for repeatedly feeding stray cats around her home will not be incarcerated after questioning all the parties involved judge Jennifer Wyler suspended Nancy struggle as jail sentence but ordered the seventy eight year old to stop feeding stray cats and if you don't stop doing that if you continue the behavior then they'll be no no alternative but to put you in jail judge Wyler also required so let's remove the drain pipe where the cats were living and to seek counseling to deal with the depression she is suffering from the death of her husband I'm Ken Robinson fifth third bank is increasing their minimum wage up to eighteen dollars an hour well we're moving from fifteen dollars an hour eighteen dollars an hour you'd have to go we will from twelve dollars or fifteen dollars an hour normal for fifteen eighteen dollars an hour that's a fifty percent increase the last couple years Mister banks CEO and chairman Gregg Carmichael they will raise their minimum for over four thousand employees beginning October twenty eighth I'm Alison Wyant.

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"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on WTVN

"The radio six ten WTVN of Alison why and we're going back as far as we need to find try to find out why he did this and also if anybody else knew about this or was involved with this tell a weaker him with the FBI says the alleged shooter Connor bats was seeking out information that promotes violence and they're looking today for any information as to why he chose the Oregon district for the scene of his crime on Sunday Ohio governor Mike DeWine meanwhile has announced plans that he has to ask the legislature to pass a gun safety measure after the mass shooting that left nine people dead including the gunman own sister the legislation would initiate safety protection orders that gives family members the power to have guns taken away from those who pose a danger to temper order could be granted a temporary order could be granted is the station's my problem because the person is a danger to themselves or others and has access to firearms he also recommended finding more funding and resources be made available to those who require mental health services as the people in date and try to heal after the violent attack the Humane Society of greater Dayton is welcoming anyone who feels like they need a little comfort to stop by the shelter and spend time with some of their homeless puppies and kittens they say the extra attention will not only be beneficial for the pets but also for the humans meanwhile a Cleveland area woman who was given a ten day county jail sentence for repeatedly feeding stray cats around her home will not be incarcerated after questioning all the parties involved judge Jennifer Wyler suspended Nancy so goal as jail sentence but ordered the seventy eight year old to stop feeding stray cats and if you don't stop doing that if you continue the behavior then the we know no alternative but to put you in jail judge Wyler also required so good let's remove the drain pipe where the cats were living and the seek counseling to deal with the depression she is suffering from the death of her husband I'm Ken Robinson fifth third bank is increasing their minimum wage up to eighteen dollars an hour well we're moving from fifteen dollars an hour eighteen dollars an hour you'd have to go we will from twelve dollars or fifteen dollars an hour normal for fifteen eighteen dollars an hour that's a fifty percent increase the last couple years Mister banks CEO and chairman Gregg Carmichael they will raise their minimum for over four thousand employees beginning October twenty eighth I'm Alison Wyant scam fed up burned tricked these are some of the comments we get from the hundreds.

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"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on WTVN

"The garlic festival but had more in his rifle Andrews and in his backpack he killed three people including two children and wounded thirteen others before he turned the gun on himself the FBI is investigating the case as domestic terrorism fifth third bank is increasing its minimum wage to eighteen dollars an hour well we're moving from fifteen dollars an hour eighteen dollars an hour you'd have to go we will from twelve dollars or fifteen dollars an hour normal for fifteen eighteen dollars an hour that's a fifty percent increase the last couple years is there a bank CEO and chairman Gregg Carmichael says they will raise their minimum for over four thousand employees beginning on October twenty eighth we saw sixteen percent reduction employee turnover we did a twelve to fifteen dollar an hour increase which is pretty substantial a week spec this increase the biggest employer of choice from Ellie perspective and we believe this clean even further help improve or employee turnover Facebook is calling the removal of the storm area fifty one event to a mistake it is put the page back up on its website Matthew Roberts the events creator says it was removed earlier today for allegedly violating community standards more than two million people have signed up for the tongue in cheek event on September twentieth Roberts is not seriously advocating anyone storm the military base that's just to Allah over a hundred miles outside of Las Vegas your A. B. C. six first warning weather some scattered showers and thunderstorms expected early this evening with a low of sixty eight I'm Alison Wyant our next report and seven o'clock for breaking news and weather alerts instantly follow us on Twitter at six ten WTVN news because news breaks in an instant twenty four seven radio six ten WTVN it's what we do know these days it just seems like quality craftsmanship and professionalism and timeliness and attention to detail just isn't what it used to be what are you here listen to what actual customers.

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"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Someone on Hey. I'm like Super Smart. If I had the time to go to school I can actually be a successful lawyer docked well theoretically that's what student loans would be if the government hadn't taken them over and got involved with them right. It's I'm going to pay for your education and you'll give me <hes> an interest payment on that so but now the way it works especially now since the government took it over but even before when the government was backing them up. It's no everyone gets alone but no that's the net defeats the purpose here but look if forget one of the things that's interesting too is that it is so arbitrary the idea that fifteen dollars is what Bernie Sanders pulled out of his ass and I'm sure they've got like some study somewhere to back up why they chose that number but what if these people are complaining that they get thirteen dollars an hour and they want fifteen dollars an hour honestly even if you support the idea of fifteen dollars an hour minimum wage. Would it be that crazy different if they were getting fifteen eighteen dollars an hour and said they wanted seventeen like what's the huge difference here between that are you. Are you telling me that you have actually figured out that fifteen dollars. An hour is the livable wage like because I hear this all the time Bernie Sanders himself. This is his big talking point. Everyone should make a livable wage of fifteen dollars an hour. Where how would you possibly know what a livable wage? I love the idea of a livable wage is just a hilariously seriously made up thing that doesn't exist at all doesn't exist in reality..

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"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Back. Greg how guard with your financial issues update corn finally managed the post a higher close on Friday who saw South Korea coming in by some corn, which was encouraging traders are also starting to get a little bold up by weather forecast. Look less than conducive forgetting a crop planted. In fact, the weather models that came out this weekend continue to offer cool in what forecast for the next seven to ten days. This is the overnight markets trading higher in anticipation of planting delays. There is trade. Guests is the planting progress report that comes out tonight. We'll show the fifteen percent of the crop has been planted. But don't be surprised if it's less than that. We're in the time of year when we tend to generate rallies of fears over fears of production problems short as the funds are right now would not be a to see a rally, especially if the funds get spooked insert the head for the exits as a record this overnight. Spot corn futures trading three cents higher. Unlike corn beans were Lord end of the week. The Chinese futures market were sharply lower in the overnight. What's put pressure on the US market, the crop and Argentina's over half harvested and the export market beans from both Argentina and Brazil are being offered at levels that are fifteen eighteen dollars per metric ton cheaper than US beans. It's hard to come up with a good demand scenario for US beans right now on without that. It's also hard to get much support rallied for this market in the overnight trade we do have spot future show Boston a little bit on the weekend weather forecast. They're trading up four cents is I record this with talking to prevent plant an abandoned, spring, wheat acres. The bulls were unable to get any traction. And thus Minneapolis, then Kansas City weeds both closed lower on Friday, Chicago managed to post a little higher close. Although for the week futures were down twelve cents in Chicago. Freighters would argue the job of the wheat markets become competitive again by dropping low enough to find the man does look for weed through main week until then demand materializes in you overnight trade we just kind of hanging onto other shirt tales of both corn and beans with Kansas City in Chicago, both reading three cents higher will Minneapolis trading up two cents cutting futures experienced a bit of a setback on the heels of Thursday's nice move higher for the session. July futures were down sixty two points on Friday. Seventy seven seventy and the overnight trade spot futures are trading nine points, higher livestock ended the week on a softer note with both cattle and hog futures lowered June live cattle down thirty two and a half cents. We'll august. Feeder cattle, close forty cents more for the day. Lean hogs had been limited lower on Thursday and has followed through to the downside, Dan the weekend Friday for the session, June odd future's were a dollar two and a half cents. Lord. It's interesting to note that on the June chart, we have a gap that will require a June. Lean hogs move back to ninety one fifty five to fill that gap. I'll be very surprised if the market doesn't try to fill that gap at some point classroom futures at a very slow session with the June futures closing two points higher at sixteen thirty nine and you overnight trades futures are additional point high in the cash markets choice. Fief boxes were six cents higher at two thirty to ninety nine collects for thirty four cents lowers. They settle the two nine thousand nine hundred forty.

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"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on KDOW

"But now in your when you retire your pension, you won't have to work, but your lifestyle be the same. And that and that was a terrific deal. But no are owners who control everything who control the monopolies who control the judges who control the mayor who control the the politicians in Washington to control the legislators in Washington. So that they make all the laws and legislation that worked best for their monopolies. So they can keep out competition and make even more money. So they got rid of the industrial the manufacturing in swished us to a service. Service environment service economy. So, but here's the problem. Once you went to a service economy people who are making thirty five and forty and fifty dollars an hour now are making fifteen eighteen dollars an hour. Well, that was a problem. Because if you go down and cut in half they can't live the same lifestyle. So our owners and one of the monopolies they control is finance financial center. Banks. They decided didn't let give people easy credit. Let's give them access to easy credit. We'll give them what they call a credit card. They'll spend far more with a credit card that they had cash in their Bank account because the credit card. They're going to look at is funny money. That's how this whole thing. Started give them a credit card. They'll keep spending. They're like the guy who spends a rice checks into is the more checks says amount of money. I thought I just keep writing checks you down to my last chunk. That's when I was out of money. I'd just go get. No the checkbook, yes, baby. This is what happened to this country. But it wasn't just the credit card to grow. Our owners used the credit card scam to get us growth. Isn't that sick? They did the same thing that auto loans and student loans and turn people into Dutch slaves..

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"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on KDOW

"Justin love the show. So I'm looking at the healthcare read sabre SP are a an well tower W E L L, I was just wondering which one of these you guys think would be a better choice in kind of what your opinions are in the healthcare read area. And then once Pacific question about sabre is I'm confused as to how their dividend payments are almost double or sometimes over double their earnings per share. Sometimes I didn't know how that could be possible. All right. Look forty and the answer. Thank you. Well, that's possible for any stock. It is dot com. Pay a lot more than the earnings think about it. How can they do that? They can borrow money. Couldn't they give it to you. It's a dividend company. Borrows money gives it to you can issue bonds. Take the bonds take the money give it to you as a dividend house. Could they do it because you a bunch of stock get the money on the stock paid out by back to the stock purchasers in the form of so it's easy for a company to pay more. This shouldn't is not a smart is not it's not sustainable long term is not good idea. So that's one of the little things you look for when you're looking at a company that paying too much in the dividend member. We've talked about this. We would like the sixty percent or less sixty percent. Payout ratio. In other words, the dividend being less than sixty percent of the earnings not more than earning less than so they can take the difference. So that money reinvested in companies so sabre healthcare read into read that odes four hundred ninety four healthcare related properties in thirty eight states, the three point two billion dollar company. So mid-size paying nine percent nine percent ish in their yield. They're going to make a dollar ninety eight this year after making seventeen per share last year and next year the dollar ninety eight again, so that's the estimates. Not much growth in earnings and eighteen dollars stock. So if they pay ninety percent out of their earnings it's going to be about an eight percent or so U P ratios eight the five year range is seven to sixteen. So it's low in the low in that range, the the the the best thing you need to look at most closely is their debt how much debt do they have how much they're going to refinance. And how much is going gonna cost them and how much is it going to hurt? We financing that debt earnings. So the stock has kind of been trading sideways got as high as twenty two twenty three last year as low as fifteen eighteen dollars and thirty cents. So you buy this kind of thought for the dividend. That's what you're looking for Kenneth sustain it is early going to be stable enough. And it's a pretty stable company. I would say. The sales are kind of erotic. I'm not sure why that is recently we were down unless recent quarter fifteen percent. Want to find out about that? It was it's a defense company. It's hard for me to compare to companies. Could I got now pull up all the data then compare and I just it's very difficult to do it on the radio. So call me another day for the other one. I'll look it up for you. Let's go to Kyle and one walnut creek Kyle. Kyle you there. I kyle. Yes. I got to go ahead. Then you had a question about CVS. Are you guys buying leaving? Be. Bought this company three days ago. We bought it on Tuesday. I think I think for everybody CBS everybody headquarters in wooden lend stock were island operates ninety eight hundred pharmacies and drugstores been talking about for a while six thousand eight four cents next year after making seven dollars, and they sense this year than seven thirty eight year after the growing their sales were mostly in the single digits except for the most recent quarter. They grew twelve percent. They've bought a competitor. And that's the big worry. Everybody's worried about that the competitor. And now they're going to deal with that. So the stock went from eighty dollars all the way down to fifty two. And I think that's really ridiculous beaten it up for that much for the company's been pretty strong one of the largest in this field are the largest. And it really took a spike down. And when it went to fifty and low fifties, we've we started to think about maybe it's time does considerate, and they started up after three or four days going up. We decided by. Then we got one more big the update. So we're we're probably close. We're probably have a little profit in it right now. But we bought it right down here in the low fifties. Okay. Appreciate the call. Thank you for the call. Yeah. I think it's been beat up. I think it's going to have a reflex bounce then it will take a while. I mean, it's a PE of a forward PD of seven, and that's. Range in return. Fifteen cash for nine dollars. That's a fundamentally it looks pretty strong. I'm Steve Peasley..

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"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on KDOW

"Justin loved the show. So I'm looking at the healthcare read sabre SP are a an well tower W E L L, I was just wondering which one of these you guys think would be a better choice in kind of what your opinions are in the healthcare read area. And then once question about sabre is I'm confused as to how their dividend payments are almost double or sometimes over double their earnings per share. Sometimes I didn't know how that could be possible. All right. Look forty the answer. Thank you. Well, that's possible for any stock in Stockton pay a lot more than the earnings think about it. How can they do that? They can borrow money. Couldn't they give it to you. It's a dividend company. Borrows money gives it to you could issue bonds. Take the bonds take the money give it to you as a dividend. Well, how could they do it? You a bunch of stock get the money from the stock paid out right back to the stock purchasers in the form of a dividend. So it's easy for a company to pay more. This shouldn't is not a smart is not it's not sustainable long term is not good idea. So that's one of the little things you look for when you're looking at a company that paying too much in a dividend member. We've talked about this. We would like the c sixty percent or less sixty percent or asking payout ratio. In other words, the dividend being less than sixty percent. Of the earnings not more than earn. It's less than earning. So they can take the difference. So that money and we invested in companies so sabre healthcare into read the nodes for ninety four healthcare related properties in thirty eight states. There are three point two billion dollar company. So mid-size paying nine percent nine percent ish in their yield. They're gonna make a dollar ninety eight this year after making to seventeen per share last year and next year there make a dollar ninety eight again. So that's the estimates. Not much growth in earnings in eighteen dollars stock. So if they pay ninety percent out of their earnings it's going to be about an eight percent or so U P ratios eight five year range is seven to sixteen. So it's low on the low in that range, the the as a re the best thing you need to look at most closely is their debt how much debt do they have how much they're gonna have to refinance. And how much it's gonna cost them and how much is it going to hurt? We financing that debt the earnings. So. The stock has kind of been trading sideways got as high as twenty two twenty three in last year as low as fifteen eighteen dollars and thirty cents C by this kind of for the dividend. That's what you're looking for Kenneth sustain it is going to be stable enough as a pretty stable company. I would say that. The sales are kind of erotic. I'm not sure why that is recently. We were down the most recent quarter sixteen percent. Want to find out about that? It was it's a defendant company. It's hard for me to compare to companies. Could I gotta now pull up all the data compare? And I just it's very difficult to do it on the radio. So call me another day for the other one. I'll look it up for you. Let's go to Kyle. Walnut creek. I don't call. Kyle you there. Kyle. Yes. I got to go ahead. I had a question about CVS. Are you guys buying leaving? Me. Bought this company three days ago. We bought it on Tuesday. I think for everybody CBS everybody headquarters in wooden months stock would island operates ninety eight hundred pharmacies and drugstores been talking about for a while. There may six thousand eight percents next year after making seven dollars, and they sense this year than seven thirty eight year after they're growing their sales were mostly in the single digits except for the most recent quarter. They grew twelve percent. They bought a competitor. And that's the big worry. Everybody's worried about that the the competitor. Now are they going to deal with that? So the stock went from eighty dollars all the way down to fifty two. And I think that's really ridiculous beaten it up for that much for the company's been pretty strong, one of the largest in this feel are the largest, and it really took a spike down. And when it went to fifty and low fifties, we we started to think about maybe it's time to considerate, and they started up after three or four days going up. We decided by then we got one more big update. So we're we're probably close. We're probably have a little profit in it right now. But we bought it right down here in the low fifties. Okay. I appreciate the call. Thank you for the call. Yeah. I think it's been beat up. I think it's going to have a a reflex bounce. But it will take a while. I mean, it's a PE of a forward p of seven, and that's. Its range and return fifteen cashflow nine dollars discount. That's fundamentally it looks pretty strong. I'm Steve Peasley. And.

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"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Just the character. We need for season three of this episode or this this soap opera that goes on because right we're in season three third year of Trump's presidency. And then Mitt Romney comes in writes this op Ed, and then goes on CNN and blasted Mitt Romney just wants to be another Jeff flake. Honestly, that's what he wants to be. I think mitt Romney's actually, a good conservative was was lashes. But why he needs to come out with this op, Ed just ripping Trump, and when you can see that so many in the swamp just want to get rid of Trump. It's like Minh, these are the kinds of guys, and these are the reasons people voted against you and voted for Donald Trump. He doesn't get it. Anyway, we were talking about the minimum wage the effects in has on business owners and people here, and it ends up hurting ends up hurting the people it's supposed to help. Let's go out to the phones. And again, you can call in one eight hundred seven sixty five three six two. Let's go out to fill an incident. Nita's phil. What do you make of the twelve dollar minimum wage? Yeah. So the minimum wage being crammed down to employers is attached, grab your prior caller was right about that. I've got a clerical person making twelve dollars an hour. And they've got some skill and the hamburger flippers making twelve dollars an hour. I can't pay my my clerical person twelve dollars an hour anymore. Now, I've got a fifteen eighteen dollars an hour and that is into a higher tax bracket. And that's the whole purpose behind this whole concept, and you're not supposed to be able to live on twelve dollars or fifteen dollars an hour. No, it's supposed to be an entry level position. And you learn how to show up for work on time. And you may learn some skills along the way, but that's not supposed to be your life long career. I think you nailed it totally Phil. What was the jury member? What you got paid for your first job? You're gonna laugh. Union. I was a James tres union member working for Disney land. I was making a dollar eighty five and our fill. How'd you live of that? I did live with a bunch of guys in an apartment, and you make it work. Wow. Well, we could talk forever about Disneyland. I gotta gotta stay on track on this show. But I appreciate the call. Phil. Absolutely good job. Thanks. Thanks. We'll have a good one. This is what it does. Again, you hear this this moral argument. Right. That it's oh it's supposed to be. How can you live off of this are I can't feed my family with ten dollars an hour. Twelve dollars an hour. Who says you have to feed your family? This is supposed to be entry level jobs. Not just and it's not about the money. Even when he comes entry level jobs. This is supposed to be where you learn your skills. You learn how to be in a business around people. Then you take that you go to your second job. Then you go to your third jump then. Maybe you find your career job. That's how it's supposed to be. It's not supposed to be your career job. I remember my first of his six dollars, fifty cents or something. Like that. And our great was awesome. Right. Because it's your first job. You'll. Yeah. Somebody's paying me to do something. Are you getting paid twelve hundred gonna get paid fifteen dollars an hour? A huge amount. A huge amount. Like, you said then the guy making fifteen well, he's gonna wanna eighteen or twenty. Because the lowest people are getting fifteen and that increases at all. And that's what increases costs businesses and guess who supports businesses. The consumers sort ends up just hurting all of us squad to Kenton San Diego. Ca what do you make the minimum wage? Taking can you? How are you? Mile. Good. Can I can hear you? How you doing man? I'm doing good. I'm doing real well, eight miles. Yes, sir. I I don't wanna take too long. But you gotta think about Ron Ronald Ronald Reagan era, where he had the tax cuts and the trickle down effect from tax cuts where you take the rich you give them tax cuts the money that they spend it flows down. Yeah. I'm gonna argue with you in the sense that that a minimum wage hike is actually good. Okay. And here's why here's why it's good. If if if you the the marginal propensity to consume for someone that is of low wage weight makes a low wage they're gonna consume a probably a one hundred percent of their income. Meaning if you give them a twelve dollar an hour job, they're going to probably spend one hundred percent of that twelve dollars. Well, you know, what if if you kind of a Reagan guy, Reaganomics sky Q believe? Well, if you spend money that's gonna float through the economy, and it's going to make the the economy stronger, if you get up a guy that makes two million dollars a year. He may not spend two million. Now, he may invest he's gonna win best. Sure. But you may not have impact. So I would argue that you know, what? Everybody needs to relax, and I'll tell you what I worked for a pipe. There's union in in about nineteen eighty two eighty three and I made almost eight bucks an hour, and that was an entry level job. And I don't know what I don't know what minimum wage is now, but it's not too much higher than eight bucks an hour. Well, yeah, I think it's good for the economy nine appreciate you calling in. I appreciate the contrary point their first of all it's it's now twelve dollars an hour here in San Diego soon. Be fifteen dollars an hour. I understand and I liked the Reaganesque principles. And I understand the trickle down. But what I would say is it drives the prices higher. The inflation goes up and all the other wages then have to go up. So just skewing numbers. So fifteen dollars an hour or twelve dollars an hour. Still eight dollars an hour because everybody else is just making a little more. So is this the same thing in the end. I understand you're looking at it from that perspective. But remember the minimum wage was pushed on us by we want to help the most vulnerable. We wanna help everyone. That's.

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"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"A record twenty states raise the minimum wage in two thousand nineteen but what are the consequences of that race? And how will it affect the economy moving forward? Zinc tannehill is a restaurant franchisee owner. He says this minimum wage may look good on the surface. But he also tells Fox News, I think there's going to be huge consolidation within the space restaurant business is in a little different state than the rest of the retail industry in that air margins are paper thin, a our maximum ticketed Applebee's for instances fifteen eighteen dollars. So compare that to the retail space where you're selling. I don't know an iphone for five hundred thousand dollars, obviously, your margin thousand dollars is a little better than on eighteen dollars. It's really good. I guess in terms of the people that are working, but will be no doubt, huge, consolidate. Nation in the labor market. Technology say minimum wage increases are technologies. Best friend, a mother and daughter in Florida are lucky to be alive. USA radio networks, Wendy king tells you why two year old girl was injured after falling into the rhinoceros exhibit at the Brevard zoo in Melbourne, Florida. The child's mother was also injured and both of them were taken to a hospital in Orlando. Officials say the toddler fell through the cracks in the fence during a hands on experience at the zoo, the snout of at least one of the rhinos did make contact with the little girl for USA radio news. I'm timberg. Life insurance is one of those things that just about everybody needs. But few people actually have. Hey, if you die unexpectedly without life insurance. Guess what? You'll leave your family with even a bigger mess. Life insurance will help replace your family's income it'll help cover burial.

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"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Two year old girl was injured after falling into the rhinoceros exhibit at the Brevard zoo, ennobling, Florida. The child's mother was also injured and both of them were taken to a hospital in Orlando officials say the toddler fell through the cracks in the fence during a hands on experience at the zoo, the snout of at least one of the rhinos did make contact with the little girl

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"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"That's eight hundred two one five fifty one forty one restaurant owner is speaking out as states continue to raise the minimum wage. USA radio's Timberg has more a record twenty states. Raise the minimum wage in two thousand nineteen but what are the consequences of that race? And how will it affect the economy moving forward? Zang tannehill is a restaurant franchisee owner. He says this minimum wage may look good on the surface. But he also tells Fox News where I think there's going to be huge consolidation within this space restaurant business is in a little different state than the rest of the retail industry in that air margins are paper thin a maximum ticket in an applebees, for instance, fifteen eighteen dollars so compare that to the retail space where your cell. I don't know an iphone for five hundred thousand dollars, obviously, your margins thousand dollars is a little better than on eighteen dollars. A the it's really good. I guess in terms of the people that are working, but they'll be no doubt, huge consolidation in the labor market. A two year old girl was injured after falling into the rhinoceros exhibit at the Brevard zoo, ennobling, Florida. The child's mother was also injured and both of them were taken to a hospital in Orlando officials say the toddler fell through the cracks in the fence during a hands on experience at the zoo, the snout of at least one of the rhinos did make contact with the little girl for USA radio news. I'm Wendy king. We paid less for craft Matic today than we did twenty years ago. If.

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The Big Biz Radio Show

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Five million US workers will get one of these in 2019

"Restaurant owner is speaking out as states continue to raise the minimum wage. USA radio's Timberg has more a record twenty states. Raise the minimum wage in two thousand nineteen but what are the consequences of that race? And how will it affect the economy moving forward? Zang tannehill is a restaurant franchisee owner. He says this minimum wage may look good on the surface. But he also tells Fox News where I think there's going to be huge consolidation within this space restaurant business is in a little different state than the rest of the retail industry in that air margins are paper thin a maximum ticket in an applebees, for instance, fifteen eighteen dollars so compare that to the retail space where your cell. I don't know an iphone for five hundred thousand dollars, obviously, your margins thousand dollars is a little better than on eighteen dollars. A the it's really good. I guess in terms of the people that are working, but they'll be no doubt, huge consolidation in the labor market.

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"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"This morning's Mike Gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories you'll be talking about this morning. Good morning. Well, it's tough. We know enough to commute into New York City on a daily basis. The last thing you need is to have your OCD go into overdrive, just as you're about to reach your destination. That's what's been happening. This holiday season at the entrance to the Holland tunnel. In New Jersey, where drivers are complaining about the placement of the tunnels holiday decorations above the toll plaza where the name Holland tunnel is spelled out in all capital letters. There's a wreath placed on top of the oh in Holland and also one on the u in tunnel. The issue is with the placement of a Christmas tree shaped ornament on top of the letter n in Holland, which because of its shape. Many argue would be much better suited to be placed over the letter A you getting all this Gordon is triangular shape over the triangular shape of the right instead of the end, which kind of looks like an eye dopey port authority of New York New jersey, which is in charge of the tunnel fielded. Angry questions from people at its monthly board meeting this week about the eyesore in a lighthearted notice said Wednesday in style to mimic, the poem that begins. Twas the night before Christmas the port authority said it's conducting its own public poll. Participants have until Sunday to select one of four options. So I'm guessing it's going to get moved if they actually listen to what's going on here. More tax dollars well-spent. Yes. Can we move the Christmas decorations on top of our sign? Ask him can maybe get them out on Christmas day. We'll get double time or something like that. And over the weekends like stretch it over the weekend on Sunday double pay. The is just terrible looking like, it's not it's not even pretty to look at and it's off center, and that whole areas already not pretty pretty spot in pretty much all of New Jersey right there that the tunnel. Forty lanes of traffic into about six at a cost of fifteen eighteen dollars. Whatever it is. Then you gotta look at this dreadful attempt at holiday cheer do get the Christmas decorations. Right. Horrible job New Jersey. And there's no need Gordon to ask Ted Pelley of Westford, Vermont how he really feels about officials in his town. He's showing everyone who passes by his property with a new sculpture he has erected the artwork is a raised middle finger carved from a seven hundred pound block of pine and perched atop a sixteen foot pole lights up at night. Like, a lamp just in case you have trouble seeing it set out the provocative sculpture on November thirtieth after the town's development review board denied him a permit for. For an eight thousand square foot garage. He wants to build on his eleven acre property, he says he paid four thousand dollars to an artist to create this masterpiece. Belqis not the first come up with the idea of this particular kind of protest art, just this past January, for example for glistening ice sculptures of middle fingers were displayed on king street in Toronto to protest the city's pilot project that clamps down on private vehicles on the street in favor of mass transit. And so they regard was inspired. What happened in Toronto? It's relatively close by there in Vermont who knows? That's a serious commit? When you spend four grand. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, the number one sign to I think from what I gather here. This is sort of a big business decision for him. He's gonna lose I guess much more than four grand. Yeah. Because the town decided not to grant him this permit. So you figured it was money. Well, spent eleven acres. Yeah. And they wouldn't give him a thousand square foot garage. Yes. You never know. I guess added to the tax rolls provided. You know, hiring opportunities offaire. We don't know. All the details. That's thank you, Mike. It's thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on This Morning, America's first news. What's in store? This holiday at your local Staples hearing, all you shouldn't.

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"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"Seem like phenomenal starting rates like some places like fifteen eighteen dollars an hour for what what starting job job do you think won't be replaced by robuck e i think all joe about maybe well be replaced robot maker known as every future scifi horror movie making themselves let me i don't know president have you ever i robot president will need to president of their own would they who's in charge of the robos the person actual president like i can't even mentioned that cat in charge dog president nothing in the constitution that says a dog can't be president dogs can't be like oh to campaign on we'll we'll free bones leash laws would be huge like political debate inside of the dog culture i think like leash laws are appropriate doubts terrible inhumane what people working on consent animals before consent for robots go on go ahead no i was actually thinking about bringing up animals during the consent for robots thing there's no such thing so what are you talking about the robot thing no i'm like shouldn't animal get consent from another animal how would you enforce that gavin exactly a trade animals trained pets to be like yes i would like to be railed okay i can't know what if you have two cats and one of them's getting done it every night the other one fucking clause the first cat runs away teach teach that before you stop you know have to sign agreement for a robo fill layers that we have of civility that make us a civilization is limitations of some freedoms you know that the animal kingdom doesn't have like if you were an animal you can kill what basically whatever you want to lie i thought about this squirrel of joe is still alive that's will be dead already because joe just fucking kill this thing but the limitation of those freedoms and things like that that you're living with other people and you have respect for their existence and there are some people could do that what's that some people criminals no tribes and stuff sucks and we kill him right not criminal whether or not civilized either i always say if a tribe is like they're killing people that's say that's a lack of civilization both them they just had a prick they voted to kill a guy well that's we have penalty which i can't worms on that people don't vote on it and that's what it was weird things where it's like it waters down among the saul right like this guy died because everybody agreed that he did something that was bad i guess technically juries voting on it yeah let's have you ever had similar like a handmade style thing have you ever in your lifetime had law just land and then the next day you'll life was different when you think about the even the small way apps c ruled that we had to disclose anytime we took money for anything in in a very specific way for internet stuff and i still think to this day the amount of effort that we have to go through as online communities the amount of effort that we have to go through to disclose ad is way more agreed than what other like if there's a product placement in a movie they it's buried in the credits at the end they don't stop the fucking movie in the middle of the movie and say hey co gave this you know clear everybody cook gave us this thing so see a hashtag the opening to a bond movie you know you don't see that in mind to be honest about taking that stuff but i think we should at the very least bill but and you know that's something that changes like now you put up like hashtag add you couldn't put promotional consideration by so and so at the end of the program like you can on tv now we have to put like right there you have to say scripture everything you know so that's something that's.

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"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Under new dates fire watches coming into tend to switch in spring at some point and then dead secret comes to playstation vr and ps four on april twenty fourth deals today for you square annex is having a spring cleaning sale via gamespot final fantasy fifteen eighteen dollars places four and xbox one the xbox one version of the deluxe edition is fifty four dollars final fantasy twelve the zodiac age is on sale for thirty bucks final fantasy ten and ten to remastered h r twelve dollars even by final fantasy four and the compilations final fantasy origins and final fantasy anthology you're right that's how that works nine for the original playstation for five bucks apiece then best buys having a sale this is only gamespot gamespot had him unintended big games rarely go on sale but best buy selling super mario odyssey for fifty dollars this week forty dollars for gamers club unlocked members and also on switch dragon ball z movers to for forty thirty two obviously with the thing and then gp thirty or twenty four plus on the xbox and playstation four side of things call of duty world war two burn out remastered androgen ball fighters e r on sales well bus by who'll tim yes it's time for reader mail but i i'm gonna tell it to you it's brought to you by brooklyn you spend thirty year life in your sheets they make a difference with how you sleep start getting better sleep with the best sheets ever at brooklyn dot com tam used these we've talked about it before as well i'm a big fan which did you pick because my favorite thing was going to website and clicking around to figure out what mashed up well what did you what did you end up making talked about this before i end up getting there's a lot of white with blue stripes but it's predominantly blue yeah you got the one the light with the black dots i really light naming polka dots other navy their navy polka dots that mash the navy sheets i got gyms impressed that i was able to coordinate all this because i look at navy.

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"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen eighteen dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And that has support from uh certainly from the infrastructure industry uh the chamber of commerce is the the major proponent of of uh raising the federal gas tax and there's some logic to it uh inflation has a road the buying power of the federal gas tax but i think the main problem with that approach is that ignores the future time and it really doesn't solve underlined problem um we're we're going to much more fuelefficient vehicles of benchley were going to have the vehicle we electrify and if that happens while the gas tax just doesn't serve much of a purpose at least at the purposes tanker roads so i think they need to start looking at alternatives 10 to this plans credit at one thing they do look at is is lifting federal restrictions on states tolling the round interstates segments so it states are able to use some of these new um these new revenue collection mechanisms and also the financing instruments that can go along with those uh perhaps we would see states gradually transition uh a wave from uh the need for these these federal highway grant dollars and towards more sustainable uh local revenues less and and i look at that and i think of play any time i go into manhattan and i travel in anatomy and get fifteen eighteen dollars to cross a bridge one way they are making money hand over fist yet they don't have money to maintain the bridges my question then is will whereas the money going at you know i i really have to question where the money goes for some of these things so there's that idea but there's also this dmt which oregon and california i'll have pilotprogrammes on for vehicle my sales travelled and you have the option to pay the miles you travel and then get a rebate on the gas tax that's where eventually we will be going is something like a v m g e and and and it makes sense um it's it's arguably.

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