35 Burst results for "Fifty Thousand Dollar"
Trial opens for ex-USC coach in college bribery scandal
"A former coach at USC is going on trial for his role in the college admissions bribery scandal you'll Vonda of H. was a celebrated water polo coach at the university of southern California with a string of national championships now he's on trial for his alleged role in the college admissions bribery case known as operation varsity blues he's the only coach of the many implicated to challenge his charges in court in opening statements in federal court in Boston prosecutors say Bob H. baked outlet credentials for at least two college applicants designated them as water polo recruits in exchange for two hundred fifty thousand dollars from college admissions consultant Rick singer he's also accused of recruiting other coaches into the scheme his defense attorneys say their client didn't intend to accept any bribes and that USC coaches render pressure to fundraise I'm
Beekeepers turn to anti-theft technology as hive thefts rise
"Beekeepers are turning to technology to stop a growing number of taps of hives in the past few weeks more than one thousand beehives worth hundreds of thousands of dollars have been reported stolen in California our victim a couple weeks ago they've lost over a hundred fifty thousand dollars worth of these Thomas Hayes is with the yolo county sheriff's office clear counters apiaries have been hit she says beekeeping is a growing business people think they can make a quick easy back by stealing hives and putting them into pollination tightening supply of bees and soaring pollination fees are likely motivating beekeepers to go rogue and the speeds aren't outsiders you have to have specialized equipment it's not something that's a random act it's very calculated down to says it takes a year to make a healthy hive they're not easy to replace it because it's just really sad it's it's something that we you know we haven't laps even though we recovered a hive this is something that has just really shock us GPS tracking devices and surveillance cameras are being used to protect the heights I'm a Donahue
NHL outbreak...Steelers virus cases...Packers stock
"AP sports I'm guessing cool block Jimmy Garoppolo's when the forty Niners spoiled the rams debuts of von Miller and Odell Beckham junior with a thirty one ten win that San Francisco or upload tossed two touchdowns while Jimmie ward picked off LA quarterback Matthew Stafford twice Miller recorded three tackles well bekommen there's two catches for eighteen yards chase young season is officially over after the Washington football team announced the reigning defensive rookie of the year will undergo surgery after injuring his right leg during Sunday's upset of Tampa Bay in Major League Baseball news the Tigers agreed to a five year seventy seven million dollar deal with former red Sox left hander Eduardo Rodriguez according to an AP source the NHL has postponed three Ottawa senators games this week due to a Colbert nineteen outbreak that place ten players and cope with protocol in the NBA fined the Minnesota Timberwolves two hundred fifty thousand dollars after the team arranged a September work out for players in Miami in violation of league rules get some cool bar AP sports
Audit finds Iowa governor spent COVID-19 funds on salaries
"An audit of state government spending in Iowa accuses the governor of improperly using federal coal bit relief funds to pay the salaries for some of her staff Iowa Republican governor Kim Reynolds is accused of using nearly four hundred fifty thousand dollars in federal corona virus relief funds to pay the salaries of twenty one staff members for several months and concealing what the funds were really for state auditor rob sands says a review of the state's payroll system found that they were passed through the department of homeland security in marked twenty twenty shortfall but then changed to say cope with nineteen personnel costs
Liberian teen becomes hero for finding and returning $50,000
"A teenager in Liberia who found fifty thousand dollars and returned it to its rightful owner is getting praise invitations and threats Emmanuel too low says he was riding his motorcycle taxi on a highway when he spotted a bunch of money wrapped in a plastic bag then the business woman who'd lost the money went on the radio crying he said so he founder and return the money she gave him fifteen hundred dollars in cash and materials Liberia's president invited him for a chat many are praising his honesty but some including some friends say returning the money was dumb but he'll be poor for his whole life and he says he's been threatened I need to protect myself he says too low had to quit school in the seventh grade to run a taxi service with his motorcycle to make money to help his family and he strongly defends his honesty advising others to return anything they may find I'm Rita fall lay
U.S. woman jailed over Bali "suitcase murder" to get out early
"A Chicago woman convicted of assisting her boyfriend and her mother's murder and stuffing the body in a suitcase is being released early from a ten year sentence according to officials heather mac was eighteen when she was arrested after her mother's body was found in a suitcase in the trunk of a taxi on Indonesia's resort island of Bali authorities there say Mack received thirty four months of sentence reductions and had shown she was quote a good person before mac was convicted she gave birth to a daughter who is now six the murder happened in twenty fourteen Max boyfriend Tommy Schaefer received an eighteen year sentence his cousin pleaded guilty to helping plan the killing in exchange for fifty thousand dollars that mac was expected to inherit he was sentenced to nine years I'm
88% of Affluent Households Donated in 2020, New Study Says
"A new study says a vast majority of wealthy households gave to charity last year in twenty twenty during a pandemic a study from bank of America in the Indiana University Lilly family school of philanthropy found eighty eight percent of wealthy families didn't forget those in need most gave unrestricted gifts that allows organizations to spend the money on whatever they thought was most important one issue that gain significance among the rich and twenty twenty was social and racial justice with a significant increase in contributions following George Floyd's death the median income of people surveyed was three hundred fifty thousand dollars the median wealth level was two million dollars I'm a Donahue
Democrats try delicate tax maneuvers for $3.5 trillion bill
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Democrats tried delicate tax maneuvers to fund their three point five trillion dollar national rebuilding bill house Democrats started work Tuesday on funding president Joe Biden's three point five trillion dollar rebuilding plan but they have little margin for missteps Biden has said revenue to pay for the package must come only from Americans who earn more than four hundred thousand dollars a year to do that Democrats are proposing raising the top tax rate back to thirty nine point six percent on individuals earning more than four hundred thousand dollars and couples earning four hundred fifty thousand dollars the corporate tax rate would rise from twenty one percent to twenty six point five percent on companies with annual income over five million dollars but passage in the fifty fifty Senate is uncertain with Democrat Joe Manchin saying the package needs to be cut to between one trillion dollars and one point five trillion dollars to get his support might cross yet Washington
Democrats Seek Corporate, Wealthy Tax Hikes for $3.5T Plan
"House Democrats are laying out their sweeping plan to boost taxes on big corporations and the wealthy it would restore the top tax rate on couples earning more than four hundred fifty thousand dollars a year to thirty nine point six percent and add a three percent tax on Americans making beyond five million businesses earning more than five million would see their top tax rate rise to twenty six and a half percent the hikes are aimed at paying for president Biden's three and a half trillion dollar rebuilding plan deputy White House spokeswoman Corinne John Pierre would not say if the president's willing to lower the plants cost amid opposition from Republicans and the key Democrat Joe Manchin who says he cannot back three and a half trillion Sager mag ani Washington
What if All Food Was Square?
"Have you ever been eating dinner and thought this is great but i really wish my entree insides were all the same size and shape. Maybe identical rounded squares. Well square eat heard you and are here with a weekly meal delivery service. That's exactly that food in the form of identically sized rounded squares as the companies deck spread around the internet this week people had trouble figuring out if it was for real. But according to the company's chief marketing officer maria laura florez who spoke to the today show and the over one hundred fifty thousand dollars. They've raised in funding on. We funder it absolutely is quoting today. The miami based company squarely uses processes like low temperature cooking and thermal shocking to turn foods like chicken beef broccoli rice and more into precooked. Fifty gram square patties. The small squares are designed to be consumed in either four or six piece meals for piece meal boxes from sweet break chocolate pancakes to mediterranean. Ciba's asparagus in zucchini range in price. From five fifty to seven ninety nine wants delivered the squares stay fresh for two weeks or more and can be eaten cold or prepared in a variety of ways including sauteed in oil heir fried or warmed in the microwave and quotes and one of the big things that the company is trying to clear up. Is that these aren't meal replacements. The foods that make up the squares are the actual foods. The chicken is just chicken. Sweet potato is just sweet potato albeit they do come spiced but squaring insists there one hundred percent natural ingredients. It's just how they're prepared that thermal shocking process. That gives them their strange futuristic appearance but my biggest question is why i mean sure. It looks kinda cool. But what is the advantage of the square. As best as i can figure it out from reading several articles ranging from bewildered to scathing square. It says that the shape makes it easier to mass produce their gourmet techniques so that they can make high quality. Food more affordable.
Why We Must Reject the Fallacy of Victimhood
"You know there's a chapter in my book on happiness. My book on happiness is titled. Happiness is a serious problem there. A chapter in the book about believing your victim and how that makes it impossible to be happy. That's right you cannot be happy to the extent that you consider yourself a victim. I taught my children their victims of three things. They're all laziness and their own port city of making that. That's how i was raised. That's exactly how i was raised. There is no human on earth who cannot conjure up reasons to believe he or she is a victim. No one because everybody is a victim in some way. No one had a perfect upbringing. No one has a perfect nature. Everyone has to battle something some aspect of the way they were raised some tragedy that happened in their lives. Some built in problem with some built in health problem some built in weight problem. Some built in looks problem. No one escapes tragedy. It that human doesn't exist so the question in life is. Do you see yourself as a victim. And every non white non male in this country is told that they are victims of white males in particular white christian males in particular white christian. Hetero normative sis gender males the empty truly empty human beings that got. Phd's the nothing's the people devoid of any depth the unhappy empty souls that teach your children at forty fifty thousand dollars a year and that includes most high school. Teachers now
Understanding 401k Loans
"Half of all. Us workers participate in their employer's retirement plan about fourteen percent of those with 401k's borrow money from them understanding 401k. Loans is important both for those who already have alone and those who are contemplating getting one borrowing limits according to the irs. You can borrow up to fifty percent of your vested. 401k ballons or fifty thousand dollars. Whichever is less if you're vested balance is less than twenty thousand dollars. You can borrow any amount up to ten grand vested means you own it for employer matching funds that can take up to five years you are immediately vested in all funds that you put into the plan interest payments one of the unique features of a 401k. Loan is that you pay interest to yourself when you borrow money such as a home mortgage or an auto loan. The interest is paid to the lender when you borrow money from your 401k. You are the lender all interest paid comes right back to you and goes into your 401k account. Awesome right not so fast. Opportunity cost in the financial world. There's a concept known as opportunity costs opportunity. Costs is the loss of potential gain when one alternative is chosen over another in other words. It's what you would have received. Had you done something other than what you did. For example if back in the year two thousand you bought a carton of cigarettes instead of investing the money and amazon. The opportunity cost is sixteen hundred dollars what that can't be right. A carton of cigarettes today is about seventy five dollars adjusted for two percent annual inflation in two thousand. It costs fifty dollars in two thousand one share of amazon stock. Cost one hundred dollars today. It's worth thirty two hundred dollars when you borrow money from your 401k. The opportunity cost is the investment return. You would have earned. Had you left that money where it was over time. Investment earnings become earnings on earnings or compound interest something albert einstein dubbed. The eighth wonder of the world
Must Americans Ignore the New CDC Eviction Moratorium?
"Meet the new. Cdc eviction moratorium same. As the old cdc eviction moratorium joseph tzavellas roy of business insider reports that the new rule carries steep criminal penalties for individual landlords. Who break the law. A potential one hundred thousand dollar fine and a year in jail if fiction doesn't result in death and up to two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in fines and a year in jail. If the victim person dies nano exactly what that means. I guess that means if you get evicted for not paying your rent you're going to collapse in a heap and die. And it'll be the landlord's fault because the cdc of course is woke. Here's the counterpoint charles. Uw cook writes. No it doesn't it because it's not in fact the law. The constitution says that the federal government makes the supreme law of the land and the judges in every state shelby bound thereby typically. This means that the courts all sorts are obliged to follow the rules that have been set or delegated by congress in this case though the courts are not obliged to follow anything because they're bound only by the supreme law of the land and because the cdc moratorium which has no constitutional or statutory basis which has been rejected by the highest court in the country is an ally among those who can safely ignore the moratorium he writes are everyone landlords collection agencies. The police state legislatures governors the media. Everyone
Space Tourism Blasts Off
"The world has been buzzing about space lately as more and more rockets take off from our planet but the latest launches aren't from governments or organizations that you used to like nasa instead. Several billionaires and their companies have gotten into a bit of a space race on july first richard branson who owns space company. Virgin galactic became the first person to get to space in a rocket that he funded cool ends on july twenty first amazon founder. Jeff bezos flew a few miles higher than branson and a rocket called new shepherd nice. Each flight was about ten minutes long. Both virgin galactic and bezos company. Blue origin have stated that. They're looking to popularize space tourism. But right now they're charging big bucks for the privilege. Virgin is currently charging two hundred fifty thousand dollars a seat and while blue origin. Tickets aren't opened for the public to buy yet. One of bazo seat meets ponied up. Twenty eight million dollars for the first ride. These flights represents a new era for space travel. But they've also been controversial. Critics have questioned the amount of money being spent on this endeavor instead of donating to causes and solving problems here on earth especially in the midst of a pandemic but besides being joyrides for the rich and famous experts. Say that these space vehicles could one day have something to offer the science world. Scientists who want to conduct experiments in low. Gravity haven't been able to go aboard flights at all. The ships are unmanned bummer. That could change in the future scientists. Hope that they could study questions. Like how living things respond to the move from. Gravity to
Big Changes Coming to Twitter
"Listeners. It's mike schneider here and i'm brett. Molina welcome back to talking tech. So there are changes coming soon on twitter. That's right brit. The social media platform has many new features of writing including spaces. Which is it's take on the audio chat app clubhouse clubhouse by the way no longer requires an invite so if you were interested in that you can check it out but back to twitter. Twitter is also starting to show up a feature called tip jar which allows users to send money directly to their favorite accounts. So there might be someone you see on twitter. You want to pay them. you know. Support them kind of like patriotic. Without going through victory on. I guess I guess i'm not a favorite yet. 'cause i tried to add this to mind. You know to supplement my income and no dice. so twitter's also seeking users to test it's super follows feature which will allow you to charge a monthly subscription fee for extra interactivity and content and another charging option ticketed spaces or you could charge for exclusive audio content. Now what's interesting here is that the company will take a cut based on the amount of money user makes until the user makes fifty thousand dollars. Twitter's cut his three percent after that twitter fee will increase to up to twenty percents on future earnings now. These are moves. Obviously increased revenue as the platform has grown from one hundred ninety nine million to two hundred six million monetize -able daily active users or another description. That is twitter users who could see ads when they're on the platform also in the works is something i and many other twitter's of ask for for a long time and undo tweet function. You ever sent a tweet and then you're like oh god i'd like to undo that will you can't delete it but you know a new tweet might be more elegant Twitter's testing blew a new subscription service. Let you undo tweets. That's being tested in canada and australia. how bad do i want to undo tweets. Bad enough to pay twitter. We may find out also in the early stages of testing is a down vote button which showed up for some users testing the upcoming apple. Ios fifteen now. This isn't a dislike button but sounds more like the upa vote option on. Read it and it's only on reply. So i guess you can vote or download replies on yours and others tweets now. Twitter says it's testing to understand the
Kryptos: A Monument to CIA Secrecy
"In the late nineteen eighties. The cia added a new headquarters building to their complex in langley virginia to celebrate the planners wanted to place an art installation between the old headquarters and the new one after a long search for the perfect artist. They awarded a two hundred fifty thousand dollar commission to a sculpture named jim. Sanborn sanborn was known for creating puzzling interactive art. Many of his previous sculptures involved cosmic images compasses and hidden meanings. He saw the cia's commission as an opportunity to explore another interest of his cryptography. Cryptography is the art of making and breaking codes. Sanborn wanted his sculpture to contain a series of secret messages and he wanted the coach to be incredibly difficult to crack so he contacted edwards shite. The head of the cia cryptography department. Sanborn goal was to make a code so tough that challenged even the most seasoned members of the cia. He met with shy in secret. And the cryptology expert taught him how to create ciphers a method of hiding a message by replacing or shuffling around its letters with sheds help sanborn wrote an encrypted four messages. Then he started work on the sculpture itself. The artwork began with a large copper sheet. Sanborn saw about eighteen hundred capital letters into the metal interspersed with the occasional question mark. It looked like an unsolved crossword puzzle. Well sanborn carved these odd patterns others at the cia. Compound tried to spy on the artist. Word of the sculpture had spread among employees and their interest was piqued
The Upsell That Made Me Sick To My Stomach...
"Now what do you think about an offer that so good that you feel six or something actually giving it somebody because it's it's such a good deal. I guess probably the right offer right. Make an irresistible one time offer vaco. Here's i of course may some dollars off so defense in bucks. That's that's an offer but it's not an irresistible insane insane offer when you are sick to your stomach because there's no way we can do this this this i can't give all i can't people this and this and all these things for this price because it's not worth it to me like you're sick to your stomach that's when you're close that's when you probably have the right author and for me. It was this big hog just like. Oh my gosh. Like i've been stingy. I've been trying to my e to make sure they offer the things that i want to sell. Not what people actually want and they're looking at it from my okay. If i'm not making an offer. I gotta make something irresistible right. If only gonna make a fifteen twenty percent conversion rate on accelerate to forty fifty percent it has to be irresistible We're in the process right now of purchasing a company. I can't talk about yet. So as we finalize the deal might be finalized. When get back from lake powell. So i'm sure we can. We shouting it from the roofs but the funnel really buying the same because the funnels are so good like someone buys a product through the funnel the average cart value Is like one hundred eighty dollars saying spend one hundred dollars to sell this product which is crazy right. It's so good but you look at the up so flow and it's the same thing it's like the most insane ears this blah for you. Sure when the personal buying the company from his first print together was like six or stomach ache. I could easily sell his thousand bucks or two thousand or more and i'm going to do for ninety seven mike. We what you can't do that like insane right. We spent fifty thousand dollars creating the kate so through for ninety seven dollars. And when you get that the internal dialogue and you had your fighting it because this doesn't make any logical sense that's when you probably have an actual irresistible
How B2B Companies Can Optimize Their Tech Stacks With McGaw.io CEO Dan McGaw
"Won't question. That probably always comes up. I guess i suppose in your line of work. Dan has like why do you think A lot of companies you know they just keep adding on to the tech stack and they just keep getting all this new technology rather than You know i would say probably using less technology and being more effective i. I'm not sure if that's the right on the right way to describe of any thoughts them up. Yeah i mean it's totally true. You know marketing for most marketers is not about being effective right so i wish it was but most marketers are more in this for the shiny objects and so are a lot of business leaders. I hate to say it. But most companies really focused on shiny objects compared to focusing on what is most effective At the end of day we do things because it makes our egos feel good. So that's a really really easy scapegoat there A lot of people get caught up in the hype of this new tool is going to provide these new. Kpi increases and the kind of over believe the salespeople over believe kind of the marketing of that tool and they never really put that tool in the place and instead of solving the problem of getting more value out of a tool they go buy another tool and drink the kool aid again to try to solve their problems. So a lot of it has to do with this new shiny thing. That's going to do this thing. And then there's this new shiny thing that's gonna do this thing. And because at the end of the day they never remember. They have a subscription for that other thing They wind up with a bunch of tools. Mean it's pretty bad But it's usually it has more to do with the fact something shiny. It's going to help me reach my goals but it never does not gonna move on and a lot of these tools is never get used. It's quite surprising to us the amount of adoption. That doesn't get had these companies for these tools. Yeah but that's definitely an interesting point and i. I know that you probably like hard to like. Give an exact figure. But what would you say is a ballpark in terms of like how much money companies spend a year on tools that they may or may not be using it yeah. It's definitely hard to give you a ballpark. Especially because every company is so different but A lot of companies. I mean a lot of companies are spending anywhere between five thousand dollars fifty thousand dollars on their marketing technology. Subscriptions alone So definitely a wide swath there right so but i would probably estimate around twenty percent of all the marketing budget which is going towards technologies and tools twenty percent that is not even being
"fifty thousand dollar" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast
"We would factor that in as well. So there are some static portions here but this is just a pretty simple 'lustration again. This this is modeling. Modeling is great. Yeah until reality. Television mario threat. And it's breaker for pro forma. Which all you can go on in a prospectus yep. I'm curious about this. Because i've never done this. We're used the mortgage balance vs like the cash outlay. I've done irr calculations. I've always done that. I i would put negative fifty thousand near zero but actually for those listening podcast. It's got eleven rose zero thru ten then next columnists cashflows next common present value years. Zero is when you purchase a condo so even negative one fifty s for the mortgage balance. I've always done it with you know. Hey what's my down. Payment is by cash. Because the reason i do that is as i got fifty thousand dollars. I can put fifty thousand dollars a stock market oregon food thousand dollars property three so. I'm really curious as to why. I know you mentioned about when appeal back in wide. You go the mortgage way versus they. Cash outlay way. It's a great question. And the reason i did is that companies usually have all the money that they're investing so if they're buying selling for two hundred thousand their initial investments hundred thousand and in a skew it so much if i put fifty thousand and they're the arab thirty percent or no and that is true. You are really getting thirty percent on the money that you have. I wanted to show borrowers that without money. They even have with investors. I wanted to show them that. This is money. They don't even have and they're getting ten point two percent of money they don't have if we downsize to a fifty thousand dollar initial cash outlay you'd be at a thirty percent. Irr and that's exactly the next point. It's a perfect segue. Because it's what. I was gonna say next odor. I redid this with a fifty thousand dollar discount to show basically. That's scary house. Let's say that in the neighborhood. Were you knew you were getting these rents for three bed to ask condo..
"fifty thousand dollar" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"Cool so hopefully you should be able I just shared the link on the league practice mastermind groups. If you want to pull out your spread or your computers you can totally. You don't have to look at me and we can. We can look through this together. So i'll open. It's on the google drive so this is one of the things that we You know that. I've talked about a few times But that i've seen a few of the few. The folks in the group has done this really well and obviously jake's reports come monthly and jake's reports are allow more detailed they do get into the nitty gritty allot but from a management perspective. Some of the times when you can make the quickest decisions is when you see monthly numbers and and so kind of what jake pointed out earlier one of the first numbers that i look at every day i split the scorecard into a few sections And it's kind of the top section. The front about ten numbers are the front office and so the front office is in blue. And that's kind of how scheduling house collecting then. The next section is purple for hygiene and the next section is green for doctors and it goes over a little bit but A couple of the things. I you know i want to know is. How is the schedule looking. So how far are we booking out In this example if you're booking out twenty six days that's not super great but that's not horrible days you have a really bad problem And so you know if you know. This was me two months ago. Yeah month and a half ago i was booking at eighty nine days for new hygiene appointment And then dr days we're booking out seven so if you're booking seven days you know that's not too bad. And that's for a number of days to next rock which was a one point out one one and a half hour high production block said be like fifteen hundred to two thousand dollars for a you know maybe a crown root canal something like that ford production fourteen. I always track. Just how much production are we looking forward to Just to see you know. What can we expect. Sometimes that comes to fruition. Sometimes it doesn't and then we look at collections which is days in a are and all the different sections of accounts receivable that just tells me how are we doing on collections Number claims over seventy five days. You know mark and i were on a call with a member of the other day and we basically insurances of started to be really crappy and sometimes they might just be overwhelmed and they maybe don't have enough staff but some of them are not paying a super timely manner. Now if you see your accounts receivable go up. You're thinking okay. Who's the front office personnel. You have to yell at when you actually when you look at this number. It's like well. The accounts receivable is actually tied up with insurance rather than patient. portion The inbound phone call answer rate so for those us using voice over ip phone systems. You can always look at this and actually see how well people are actually answering the phone and so for me. I always like it to be at least like close to ninety two to ninety five percent. we are probably overstaffed up front but you know answering the phone. Call is the best way to get a new patient. So that's that's what i like to do. Yeah so. I feel this charter. So i do it every monday morning for about ten to fifteen minutes and i could totally i totally pass it off to somebody else but i find the process of actually doing it. It doesn't take much time and it also it allows me to kind of dig into the numbers so If i were to just review. I think i wouldn't get as deep mentally into it so and most of these numbers are either like i look at the schedule. I pull the report type of man or it's my divergent number My divergence scorecard from like the friday night previously so basically open dental divergent. I pull up mango for that. One hygiene reports are either divergent. Yeah it's the divergent report there Or just a couple of the yeah the open dental reports and then of course these three over here are all the whigs and so the whigs at least for your practice might be different but You know basically what. What are you tracking which for us. It's number of google reviews. Total revenues and New patients and so and then for the days in a are to work days in a are is how That's a number. That's on the blue over. There actually calculated number but it's based off that last column and so basically that is Days and accounts receivable is how often or. How many days does it take you to actually collect your money. If you have a super low accounts receivable you know you could actually be really low. In days in a are typically. It's about eighteen to twenty five days. So if you produce a dollar on average you'll have it'll take about eighteen to twenty five days to collect it on average. So but that's it's a three hundred sixty five day trailing Production a total production And then the other thing for those of you that used divergent we're getting now weekly is a weekly treatment planned a dollar amount and so that's a new one that i i really like in this one in the doctor. Statistics is to see how much is being treated planned every week. And so you know some weeks you could throw in a fifty thousand dollar case in that totally skewed some numbers but Starting to track some of these things and so And i've highlighted.
"fifty thousand dollar" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast
"Raising institutional and it becomes a part of portfolio strategy for family office or a pension fund or something five million raising from just a bunch of rich people and those rich people got a guy five private from new york to la to write me a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar check which was cool except for his fight. Probably cost two hundred. I come to you. Yeah so it's those kind of things that you're like People just put that small amount in but Yeah i it's a grind. But they put in because either knew me. Then you hawk. They knew some of our other appeaser. We're putting in. It was a lot of that. So it's very very community driven kind of lp approach. Yeah and it's who needs influencers when you have all the resources in house and you know that's exactly it. We have like a lot of agency owners a lot of private equity people out of a lot of venture partners like those kind of people that you know can benefit from the strategic alliance with are fun too not just putting money in it so when a company is in like underneath the fund does hawk media go and do a lot of the marketing to help grow it so that the fun goes up in because of what hock media's doing so it's available there's ven diagram for sure if they're doing terrible marketing will step in and Shout but we also we don't force it like they're separate entities. My partner drew who runs. The fund has no stake in hawk media intentionally. So it's like chinese wall there that they don't necessarily have to but we're vocal if we think they're doing something wrong and should be. And we also give discounts find ways to work with them lookout for them and then again. Most of our investments are marketing technology. So it's we do help with some of their marketing but a lot of times it's more the partnerships out of business. It's really helpful. Are there any areas that that you're sort of excited about me not invested in yet. But you're kind of bullish on It's funny this is the thought exercise. We go through a lot. There was a what were you looking at. Of course blanking. We just talked about a category. They're looking a couple in. That was really good I one thing i did. Just get excited about that. We just put money in. His company called local drive. That is a for franchises to actually manage marketing across a bunch of small franchises. So if you have if you're like subway doing marketing per stores and nightmare of the franchisees don't do it but the corporate can't do it because he can't manage that there's a path the alleviates all that and it was built by agency owner that i've known for a decade that i think he's really bright and he's built a great agency and we've always been sort of frenemies but more friends than enemies for sure We've had many conversations about merging that never could go through but still have the conversation so we like each other And so this was a way for he actually invested in our fund and we turned around and invested in this company. That's rats perfect. that's cool. Yeah interesting how about. I think in your website. You said he'd do some affiliate marketing for your clients. Do you have do that internally. As well like as has has all look we bought an affiliate agency actually so we so we leverage all the platforms we could leverage. Cj or you know whatever paper jammed cetera but it was. it's more Temperatures even thing anymore. I don't know hey. I'm throwing eight year old software but yeah the the we use all the different platforms basically build out and then we have a whole pr aspect to it where we have a partnership with publishers. That are willing to run articles in advert oriels on affiliate. So that's how that's where awake. Our strategic site has come in. It's not just like put other network can see signs up but also like having some relationships can leverage so getting you on a gift dive and things like that got it. Yeah that makes sense Let me see. I think it'd be chained topic if i don't know. Do you have any new things. I mean we covered a lot of ground. Talk fast so we can get sixty minutes into forty two pretty. The last thing i was i was curious about is just what's next because it seems like you've covered a lot Is it going to be a lot more of this model continuing.
"fifty thousand dollar" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"That wasn't his driver wearing a three hundred and fifty thousand dollar cuban league. That was one of his friends. That was driving a moran. You automatically give steph up if somebody comes out to even though because they said if i wouldn't take the off no your first your first instinct is not to give it up you. I give you nothing. I paid for this healthily. Everything's would pull a gun on you. But i am i right now. The lamar odom. Aaron carter fight. Did anybody watch this fight. That went down. They said it's so pretty quickly. And as you know we all know lamar odom and things that he's been doing life some sure. That was a nice payday for him. That was actually at twenty nine ninety nine if you wanted to livestream that so they said You know. I'm sure that there's all these celebrity background matches going on so it was a funny aaron carter i mean he was hitting lama looked like with so many haymakers in the mall which is eating those punches and lamar just said you know what enough for this hit a one time. Put him right on his ass. He's a latte taller than him to save ten inches taller. The mall was beating the brakes. Your child china fighting. All right and netflix has opened an online shop now offering merchandise from some of their hit shows. So you can get stuff from bridge. Itunes stranger things And that's store is netflix. Shop and those collections have a designers that are that are doing caps hoodies. T shirts futuristic. Looking anime inspired figurines alarm clocks. And there's going to eventually be other knickknacks charms and home decor so if you want to get anything from some of your favorite shows it only makes sense right all right. Well that is your room reports and all the producers of bridgeton on something. I know you still didn't get a replacement for wasn't reggae replacement for him so you can call rashawn. Yes thank goodness gracious. Plays news is up next. We'll be talking about yes. We are going to talk about a dangerous kobe. nineteen variant. that is on the rise that could cost outbreaks in the us. We'll get into that next.
"fifty thousand dollar" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"The other. I it's funny you know. Talk to natasha. Henstridge is like my best friend. And she she she. She likes some of their stuff that have done in short films. She says in my best. My best My best work and and you know we just did a what is it. Did you see green light. Absolutely a movie was fifty grand. Wow it's like one of my favorite things i've ever done is a fifty thousand dollar manny. It's unbelievable how that works. Because i feel like all the great movies whether we're talking good will hunting or like movies that are made for cheap somewhat cheap but like fifty. Grand sets a new precedent. I feel like for that movie. I can't get over that. I made like a proof of concept short for western. That i wrote it costs fifty grand. You know Desks ridiculous angela's fifty grand. This is nothing when it comes to make. It's like making it for free. I mean it's it's unbelievable off. His i mean i like i like the some of the stuff i did on bosch definitely and and and i didn't get much to do on westworld but i liked that wonderful. Yeah from dusk till dawn. I had i had a couple cool episodes in ray donovan season. Three premiere ray documentum. Pretty proud of we love ray donovan. Absolutely yeah yeah. You've done some some some amazing things in one of the things. I've been dying. Gaffey was about three ten to yuma I feel like it's like the last great western came out in two thousand seven. I feel like it's the last great western warranty for a long time. That father son story where you know Russell crowe sees that you know. Oh my god this is. I don't know the way. His character evolved that movie. I don't know what are your thoughts on. I just feel like it's one of the greatest movies to come out. Certainly in the last fifteen to twenty years it has such heart of the the the way characters evolve. I dunno chris. Your thoughts on my my best. Memories are watching a movie with my father. I absolutely love it. I mean if you think about you think about like Okay let's say like like tombstone unforgiven three ten to yuma. That's that's like a twenty five year span you know. That's that's like the best Three like high end. Quality like imperfect westerns in twenty five years. So i i agree with you. I don't think there's been there certainly hasn't been made since three ten to yuma that's stack that quality but it was again. It was all it was..
"fifty thousand dollar" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"They got nobody but they're minor league team detroit olympics outselling or ten thousand people here to see the watch the minor league team in four five thousand coming there to the majors the owners like i. I think i might just switch teams. I just going to bring these boys or will. They knew they knew that. Thirty-five was a big year because the light because the tigers and thirty four had gone all the way to the seventh game in the world series. The lions had been moved from portsmouth. Ohio to detroit in one thousand nine hundred eighty four and they won their first. Ten games came within an inch of the nfl championship and thirty four and so they knew that thirty in the prior to the thirty like when the spring training of nineteen thirty five of the tigers. There's caravans detroit. Fans going down to florida to lakeland to watch the tigers because the tiger fever was absolutely thick in the air is so excitement was just palpable for five so the red wings new the redwings prior to nineteen thirty five. They had a horrible season. I mean they'd been two years prior. They've ended the first stanley cup but they'd only been renamed the red wings three years prior nineteen thirty two. So they've been. This is the third name for the franchise. They're trying to click. What detroit they haven't the fans that are coming to watch the red wings. The majority are from canada. They're coming to watch the red wings. Get get stopped by canadian. Canadian teams whenever. There's a canadian team. Entitle olympia has got eleven thousand fans. Because they're watch they're coming there to root for the canadian teams so so so that's kind of crazy. Dynamic with the home team is like the away team. That's and that's their best nice. They're drawing his. They knew that was unsustainable that if they want to actually become a heartbeat of detroit they had to do something special in the fact that thirty that these other teams were winning in thirty four in the redwings horrendous thirty four they had to be part of the thirty five season they knew this and we spent an entire episode actually diagnosing and understanding. How like they never came out and said we know we have to be competitive in thirty five but you can see by their actions. The fifty thousand dollar transaction. We bought in scotty bowman and sit. The was fastened the differences. But we don't that anybody viewer. The braga has no that. We'll say it one more time when we say. Sit how we say scotty bowman. We're not now so now is now related to gordie howe in scotty. Bowman is not the same. Scotty bowman as the coach know we swore we would never say it again..
"fifty thousand dollar" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"You hear five hundred thousand dollars in student. Loan debt In even with a high income folks think that that's for somehow that's harder but just based on everything i've ever looked out and experience as absolutely not the case If you look at at folks that make same. Median incomes have a reasonable debt. Say they make fifty thousand and fifty thousand to be much much tougher for someone to pay off than even a half million for my wife and i in the reason for that is because of baseline expenses so fifty thousand dollar household is on you know. Said they live on even half of that. They only have less than twenty five thousand dollars to To tackle that debt with whereas if we make six figures we can almost have that much leftover each year to to pay towards our debt. So in our case to the The argument we're trying to make is for the high income folks. You know they may sound really scary and everything you read might make. It seem like it's really scary for you to pay off.
"fifty thousand dollar" Discussed on Automated
"Line you're interested in barrington neverlands accelerated if you're interested in the next ten years because everything's accelerated that's more like seven years. Five years is more like two to three. So don't think you know. Expand your horizons about fifteen years. That's probably a kinda safe place Going to have conversations and people go and get people within your business to figure out how they were starting from scratch. How would they disrupt you really uncomfortable conversations pretty much every organization but i can show you how. Every industry is being disrupted from the inside out this startups a great. Because typically the people who disrupt you don't work in your industry they work outside of your industry and they've got nothing to lose when your industry goes splat or the way you'll ruin or your way of working or pro development goes splat so get up get out of the explo- point of view. Bring it back home. Figure what that means to you and your at your particular business figure out what it means to your vision and your horizon planning strategies been changed those and go and start doing something and what i mean by doing something. If you've identified something that is potentially disruptive to your industry yeah goldstar working with ecosystem. What would accelerate is what was startup communities. Create some enterpreneurs within your business. And you don't have to buy a lot of money around this but you know you can get if you think. The industry has got to be disrupted by for example three d. printing robots that are printing buildings but put aside a fifty thousand dollar prize.
"fifty thousand dollar" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Moreau evening. It is janet when you left them are at home. You weren't it. All business in new york was important enough to drag you away by friday. You could put that offer a while yet. As long as there was someone as attractive as interesting as janet morris in san francisco. No business in new york could wait early. The next morning you cash the fifty thousand dollar check then spent the rest of the day roaming around town later that afternoon when you return to your hotel racing. Someone's been calling you all afternoon. Leave a message a young lady. No message nossa his yawkey. Thanks a by the way. Mr grace new seen the papers. I suppose papers. Yes the gentlemen. You were asking me about several weeks ago tomorrow. what about him. You didn't know he died this morning. Hot day it was all there in the evening paper. Richard j morris prominent bay area businessman art collector dead. You hurry it up to your room and began to pack the phone anna. Oh.
"fifty thousand dollar" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast
"I'm not decided Stuff i said but you know it's just the fact that you just have to be ready for people's Yeah it's a catholic concert range and people can be very vindictive and so. I think Khitish urban smack about especially to senator guy with as crazy and media hungry and attention. Hungry like michael rapaport. He should have thought better. So i i honestly believe he should have been find more just as a you snake. Okay do like get together. 'cause gave him like a night. Yeah so i just. Yeah i under. I think that michael should not have put those things out. That goes also mistake But i think that's just a pig would be the ages The that that you would not have said these tastes because probably one that you just get through that if something wasn't you keep the us. Adversity have off and the on the other hand. An drizzle person like katie should barbie sending messages social media. That's especially these eddie joining the Since two using the i think he used a homophobic and all sorts of stuff that he transcended allah the etiquette end. I the thing is. I think there's a lot of payback. I mean people lose their jobs and livelihood and in art making that much money for seeing like the n word for example which is considered Bag and it has all saying something that is antisemitic. As you know that that is a hypocrisy. Disguise says whatever he wants to see him because he's starting brings league money. No one really october neck. Mayes leonard was blaine games with his friends and he didn't even try to will be abused like sister game kind of mcdonald's In the game scenario all these people speak a lot of ship if anybody has played any kind of online game is able to be entrusted in wallace While these words and they keep you and then they wanna. I mean i saw the video saying it and i think he said it and then his Processing that all astronauts said it. Does this awkward. Silence had be gotcha got. Yeah so so so. I think that was very different than like you know. Katie released and you know he gets a fifty thousand dollar finance. Be beside the sea Point of.
"fifty thousand dollar" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"If i hadn't have been able to do that than we probably would have had to sell the house and we bunch of money. That's even if you can't sell the house right. Yeah let's walk through that cash situation so it sounds like you graduated from college in relatively debt free situation with a reasonable amount of cash. Is that just from having saved up during childhood and and working during i don't know how did you communicate that cash to get started out of that expand over the time period we just discussed. Yeah so. I think. When i went to college i opened up a bank in column when i got to college. I think i had like four thousand bucks. And then yeah. I worked throughout college full-time and saved a lot of that money. I was lucky enough it. I didn't end up having to take out any student debt. So i didn't have that worry about. So yeah i had. I had a reasonable amount of money. When i graduated college and then once i started working. I've always grown up very frugal. And so i just saved a lot is just a lot of money. Did not spend a lot. Are we talking. Twenty thousand savings per year deal more or less. What's kind of like a ballpark but that. Yeah so when. I when i graduate. I've never been really like a budget. I've kind of just always had some like basic kind of mantras in themes and then that just kind of allows me to save a reasonable amount of money. i. I don't really keep track of it though but even i think pretty much my entire life. I've always works like more than one job as well. So when i got that fifty thousand dollar a year job like irish doing other other work as well and just pocketing that money too. But what i wanna point out another advantage or another thing that bill jr out of the situation was the fact that you did. This and you were strongly capitalized. Because you have this cash likely due to how you conduct your your life and how you preserve your income those types of things and again. How much more difficult is the situation. Get if you don't have the option to throw down cash and understand the basic economics of the situation. So yeah i. I think the first is. Don't buy a house with another. That is not part of a very long term relationship you know. Get into this whole thing about married or not and that kind of thing but you know it sounds like that was to sort of relationship to.
"fifty thousand dollar" Discussed on It's All About Evolving
"And i cross reference that y h be true about the way the universe works universal manifestation. And i actually managed to test myself create and then have now thousands of people test and trying this specific method for commanding money to come into our lives. And i've had people manifest tens of thousands of dollars in days which talking about people getting fifty thousand dollar tax returns with taxes to have even filed the edge. Crazy stuff like that or really. Yes and so. I've done a challenge. A couple of times actually create like a funnel around the chinese people can do. The challenge will visit recorded jacquelyn. Got to yet but the book is taking people through how to play. This game will show up how it works why it works and also how to apply to different things supply to your career to relationships to your health also on stuff your business the same principle so you can come on things to show up and actually do can you share with us one of those commands. A command isn't made so much in what we say camonte. Who don how shall we not and it teaches you how to do that. So that when you say the words reality response idea believe okay. I'm gonna stay a little bit and this is gonna this is gonna lead me into your story. I started off totally their friend To share your story so this is gonna lead me into your story. Do you believe is god you do are is it that you consider him as The universe because some people some people refer to god as universe and summer for to goddess. God which some people referred to the universe as something totally different. My thing is this person for most. The the introduction of pronounce is a human construct gone existed before the existence of pronounced god existed for men and female. Some people like to cool got shea in order to feel better about themselves and bring empowerment some people use. Hey because the they used to some use some us they ultimately these human constructs have no real bearing at that level of experience conscious where god exists right rain in pupil one way to look at the general attributes that we would give to god for example in christian concept versus what we give to the universe in say a hindi concept. They're exactly the same if onto the different name. If we go to the native americans they'll talk about the great spirit if you actually sit with them and look at what..
"fifty thousand dollar" Discussed on Made By Women
"Because i think when people first are our business they have such an idea like they come up with this master plan. I think where people fail is that they get so stuck on the master plan that they don't give their those room to make changes as they go. So i always tell people like you might have a plan. Abe like your plan. He might be the one that's like the winner and so it's important to be open 'til testings out and be like okay. Have this plan. But this didn't work. Let me try a little something different. So it's very important to be flexible with your plans. Is there anything that has really been so tough at. It's really made you sweat like there's one where you just said that was. We didn't think we'd get through it. Is there something that you can point to. Yeah so there was one time where we got really being order from a distributor in korea and they place a huge order. At this time we were still new to like productions supply chain. And all of that. Since we have been self-funded funded when we got this huge order. We we didn't have the funds to produce it in so we went to a front of ours. We were like hey. We have this list of orders from this distributor. He long us money just enough for the production and worshiping out in three months. So we'll pay you all the way back because it wasn't really it wasn't an investment. It was quick loan because we knew that we had mortars that that were purchased. And i think this order almost a fifty thousand dollar order that we would have received. And i think the.
"fifty thousand dollar" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"To get the right. Yes so Originally was supposed to be a much smaller scale. You know just to not try and make a fifty thousand dollar movie because all of my previous films with the exception how to which was a winning the actually my leg the least boulevard movies but all previous sequel about you. I just love that game. Small team replayed people rather panels and just going to make my favorite experience. The film was the perils ariz. Which was new kevin's project. The mind by the right thing william and that was just a group of people you know going out into the nfl before it was a great feeling and so treehouse on so i remembered seeing the signal Which are awesome. That was just knocked it out of errands. Well then i find out. The film was shot in thirteen days. Which even more so. The first thing on myself is will have to find that meaning. Because that's what i need to try and get big. Look i wanna keep it. And i couldn't find cinematography Listed on ebay contention armies rule. He was the first day on the phone and he s in film festival and got necessarily incomes facebook and he couldn't be in springs the christa campbell. Who was the any such a lovely guy he. He said he didn't want credit on the signal because he fell gonna over scholz thing that the directors shots so he said he didn't go right taking the credit just system to war not checking on him he just into this world team that one i have more conversations We spent years from now and we one week before we started shooting. One of her friends and apple The time reading friends over the fern. He wanting to say march that he said look weekend. The film and i can find extra money in our conformed. People were quick and seventy thousand dollars where we were maybe gonna use a pattern seventy or your ring. Who could get one for free to then with we read. I mean it was ridiculous for the length of the walking to reform look like rats had a line. That was lighten the mood for crying. Really crystal clear. He thinks that he's that well. I i'm working my way up in the industry in making big ring because like via the here on our on our courses really well You know they could easily could for my parole. And so that's kind of how lupus film about was. I've seen a loss of the show alexa camera. Everyone's going on grading shots and it just to video to show. And i said that look. I said i wanted to likes film. Let's let sixteen million on. How do we do that. And i talked about stuff with another on a fill in england managed to achieve looking evenings on but i just turned christly. He said he said oh just some lingual and that kind of get you need more of us over rough christian you know exactly what the guys talking about and we knew someone crisco and um come into the night he then any of that still make look much sense about roller than reading reading openshaw. Yes but that's kind of how we how we see that. And then really chris finding with me as we think it will signal pretty much kick all of my own show. Didn't shortlist any phone. We tried shortlist find. But i found it will just short go for french. And then i could see it or on the very and because he received something for rivers and just a short from those And the barrel and this is just one thing where you call hacking year offerings or a government or not reveal against really not. Just you know we. We just have the inc with each other. I don't know what he's thinking and we're pretty much on the same time. So that makes you feel legal now. It didn't end up being thirteen than she was. People couldn't see it was a much my favorite film Kind of the rules Brought cheap for. She ernie hine harwood where i went. Everything already ever things. Anytime you know. funding doing when i knew what risk close poking on me but we will get your originals of orissa fuzzy. But i knew what i wanted. My there are york goes for very. I'm really proud of the film. And it's a nice and will be able to say no rather than you know. I'm so proud of you. Know i mean say we're room and you know she was awesome experience. So it's not creating for turnover film. And i have no gross. Absolutely stay tuned for more of the sci-fi talk indie film podcast back with more on john refill making on the sci fi. Talk indie podcast. Saying one apple take to these types of films are can be a lot of fun. But i think what really written me was the two characters battalion and elizabeth are characters that i i understood what they were coming from. And watching the arc in the course of the movie was part of the he'll You know talk about these these two young actors. You know dana. Of course. And you know i they really. They really hit it out of the park. I was really really lucky. And i'll tell you what else we re. Diana they were there was two other actresses the in my opinion including harry. The role for dana was the best of the three. So had they not been able to do the movie. I think we still would have with james trautman. There was no one. Even course i mean it was league and leaks between him and number two hundred and most restraint and he was the first edition on washington. Wow and mariners calm down four hundred fifty making so Yeah he he. He was amazing. I'm so lucky and going and then on the other person can get much. Credit and frederick plays the rubble Again you know he was. There was no other. There was really no other another thing. Yeah i put brown someone increases. That is so then. What happens we get ready to start shooting the movie and a phone call from. I think it was j. mark repairman. He jim and she says you know he's got winning them. So you know he's not gonna be available until of january or something. Somebody pushed back rooms icing. Have a one one week. And then i get our i heard rich and scaring putting the row and my concentration was not getting anything. Ron is really worry me. And then we wanted tackle. He's been off for the starts on january the hours the nineteen one.
"fifty thousand dollar" Discussed on We Saw the Devil
"Does. But then there was the star witness of the prosecution. Pam hup and pam testified that she and betsy had been friends for ten years and that russ varia was a heavy drinker. Who verbally abused constantly decrypted. She said that. Betsy was terrified of her husband. Never wanted to return home. She claimed that. Betsy hit invited and her that russ once held a pillow face and partially suffocated her telling her that. That's what it would feel like when she died. Pam said that. Betsy had lots of affairs with other men and was aware that russ was having affairs as well on the witness stand. Pam testified that the night of the murder. That's going to tell russ that she was willing to leave him and move in with her family and she was scared of how he was going to react. Most about these other friends and family testified the exact opposite. Russell's the doting loving husband shirley had their ups and downs and there were tumultuous times. But that's he was happy and processing her impending death with her family. Pam hop was more convincing than betsy. Ferrier's own family coupled with the fact that one of betsy fairy is friends from church. Sondra mcclanahan said that she was uncomfortable around russ because she found rude and derogatory that they were christians and he apparently was a little hard on them for for their christian religion. So do to those things. The narrative stock both sides. Were aware that pam hub had become the sole beneficiary to betsy one hundred and fifty thousand dollar life insurance policy but that fact actually never made it to trial. The defense tried to get it introduced for the prosecution objected and the judge presiding over the trial agreed. You see introducing the beneficiary change would have opened the case up to a new suspect and a brand new motive. Police knew this too. In fact a major case squad detective. He was prepping for the trial. Told pam hub that it looked bad for her to be holding. Betsy ferrier's life insurance money. He said hey. You should put that in a trust fund for betsy daughters in order to look less suspicious and court records..
"fifty thousand dollar" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"Seventy five dollars a month or maximum are ages as well into that our mashes are contributes fifteen hundred dollars a year to that and then we. We contribute the rest of max out this year. Seventy two hundred in the next year. Seventy three hundred dollars a year for the hsa okay. I want to break that down in a second here because you're not coming up negative five hundred a month short. You're fasting heavily and with all that. Let's let's talk real quick about that. Loan repayment that you just described. Can you describe that load and what that is. What's going on there. So i took a fifty thousand dollar loan from my forty seven plan in january the original plan so at that time we still had to car loans going on and we also had.
"fifty thousand dollar" Discussed on Daily Detroit
"With coming. Id four and a few others far far more conservative with how the batteries now as time goes on that will over the air updates and you get more range and stuff like that. But would i've chosen. This is my utility vehicle the year possibly because it is sort of revolutionary for detroit. So yeah i haven't driven one again. I'm trying to get one to drive going back and forth with people at ford right now. I'm excited to drive it. Because i want my reservations to be put aside. I wanna see ford succeed at this. And i hope that they get the product launch right to me. I look at this as your mustang point. I feel like it's a situation. Where a lot of people know the mustang named love the mustang name but a two door car doesn't fit in. They're buying profile right. And so this gives them something in the mustang brand to sell the people that they can actually buy and actually justify buying because outside of the enthusiast that mustang name people know it but like a mustang is a daily driver makes no sense for me. I'll see daily drove mustangs for ten years. So fair and even through like big powerful supercharged. V eight versions through through the winters of detroit. And i've done it. Wow okay objection. Noted and i'm looking forward to seeing how this goes. I hope that you do get the chance to drive it. I'd love to get a chance to properly drive. Driven tesla and i drive a hybrid electric now and in electric mode. It is a fun car to me. I feel like if we can make improvements as this in this transition period. I think that's only good for the detroit three agreed and the one thing where ford and not just ford but jams coming out with the bolt. Suv next year. Obviously we talked about volkswagen and with their with their eighty four but more affordable air quotes affordable. Because you know it's still a forty fifty thousand dollar vehicle. I at borderlines on being affordable but the build quality is really going to be a shocker. Like tesla fan boys or fan people. Whatever you wanna call it. They overlook just how bad an inconsistent to build on their vehicles. Are it's bad. There's grand canyon lake gaps between and. I've seen it personally with vehicles. Not all but that's all thing like it's really a crapshoot and that's one thing to me. It's like it is completely inconsistent and that to me is what worries me about the build quality like if it's a cheap car and it's kind of and it's consistent it's like oh i know what this car is right like i get it if this is a ten thousand dollar car. It's gonna feel like a ten thousand dollar car. And i'm fine with that. 'cause i'm paying that money there is a degree of you've spent so much money into it and then you gotta really feel good about your purchase. i've been in texas. They're fun. I mean they're fund b. in the build quality just does not match a modern vehicle when you look at one hundred thousand dollar model x. Suv with the falcon door. Deal and you spent one hundred thousand dollars in this vehicle and you look and not only the gaps but just panels and line just being completely off. If this was any other manufacturer you'd be screaming at the poor quality. But because it's a tesla it's acceptable in the model three and the model y the material to use on the seats and on the dash and stuff like that again..