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Philadelphia - New Unemployment Benefits Being Implemented In Pennsylvania

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Philadelphia - New Unemployment Benefits Being Implemented In Pennsylvania

"Here in Pennsylvania governor wolf says that the state labor department started sitting out expanded federal unemployment compensation payments provided by the coronavirus relief package that was approved by Congress the measure temporarily provides an additional six hundred dollars a week and make self employed independent contractors and gig workers eligible for benefits and it also extends unemployment compensation benefits for an additional thirteen weeks of the federal benefits are in addition to Pennsylvania's regular unemployment benefits which is about half the person's full time weekly income up to five hundred seventy two dollars a week for twenty six

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"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:47 min | 1 year ago

"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Johnson was responsible to the for the opioid crisis specifically in Oklahoma and they've agreed to pay five hundred seventy two million dollars in damages at to the got five hundred seventy two million the stated actually wanted something like seventeen billion yesterday Purdue pharma proposed a settlement in the nation wide open its lawsuit that would have them pay out somewhere in the neighborhood of ten to twelve billion dollars we have a case right now pending before an Ohio judge and as you may recall the city of Covington filed a lawsuit about a year or so ago against the drug companies and they hired a proper bone our to wrap them in court she's a an attorney now to hire for the a city Covington and joins manicure hearing centers dot com hotline talking about that not one but two big bomb shells out of the opioid suit and she joins me on the on the hotline to talk about this morning by ray ban good how are you I'm doing fine yeah thank you appreciated so so the I guess the overall view here is that that not only is are going to be monies but there's gonna be anti overdose drugs and they're gonna be give money to causes from the sale of other drugs to to help fix the opioid crisis that a hand in it as I understand those are the elements of the a settlement in the and what the court found correct yeah that there's a proposed settlement that would lead I think by the New York we don't know where leaking in I've not been creating the settlement discussions so you're always very well read and very well prepared for some of the thing and so my understanding is that there has been a settlement proposal and part of it is I mean the total eight you're right is between ten billion and twelve billion including the three billion taxpayer contribution factors are the owners of the company and they were trying to avoid of course personal liability so I think that they they're really trying to quit that moment together it's also proposing restructuring the company under chapter eleven bankruptcy and then so transformed private company into a public benefits for a trap and that would allow all the profits from future drug sales from what I understand including the opioid painkiller oxycontin to go to the point and lastly it would give me only develop grounded for drug addiction treatment free to the public which is which isn't Stanshall I mean that's never been this is unprecedented as far as that that is concerned you're talking about when the biggest pharmaceutical companies to world and essentially having to be blown up and starting over again I guess the big question is moving forward is that this is really change how drug companies inherently our structure to how they do business it's changed I know because I know some pharmaceutical rep today you know we can't even bring donuts to the doctor's office anymore like we used to because it's all tied to this right so they're structural changes going to make sure this never happens again or well it because there's so much money involved well I don't know about the Dennis the doctors you know there is a big ruling that you mentioned in Oklahoma again that Johnson Johnson another cab company and most of the lawsuits are based on something called nuisance liability in Johnson Johnson is just the manufacturer but you know it and that you can have a liability for manufacturing something that you know being used for an illegal harm planned you know the volume for sale that I found the look relative to the population so in Oklahoma the judge said in his opinion at least three hundred twenty six million opioid point hello to our defense a number every doll to receive a hundred and ten that's incredible all kinds of examples like that throughout the country yeah I was on the West Virginia the closest to home for that one Barbara I I you obviously you're involved are involved in the city of Covington lawsuit to how does this is a fact that relative to either a settlement or moving forward with things well just entering minder there's federal law over two thousand planes which include plain state county city and other governmental entities combined into one which is called the multi taking medication pending up in Cleveland the Northern District of Ohio kind of a federal judge and culture and all the plane to my two dozen manufactures with your readers and retailers prescription drugs for the bubble each of their role in the public health right you killed hundreds of thousands of people okay so having ten is the one plane in that litigation and you know it is amazing the damages some of the city and county come up with them in our city alone if in fact it almost every department public works fire department police department economic development neighborhood service and and the Pyrenean EMF expenditures public health expenditures this call manager in the fifties had Q. in your community between five and ten million dollars per year for just expenditures on mobile light on the nineteen so in in multiply that Ms Cummington roses are pretty small municipality can pay and you look at this epidemic and it's repeated itself countless times over in the state of Kentucky Ohio Indiana in the United States as well including the Oklahoma where I Johnson Johnson gonna pay five hundred seventy two million in damages that's going to clean out all these companies if that continues at the other side of this thing to an as a layperson help me understand as a barber on arson attorney she's representing the city coming ten in the lawsuits OP lawsuits against drug companies may have heard that Oklahoma came up with the seven hundred and five hundred seventy two dollars million million dollar settlement settlement I guess say it's an award pretty pharma proposed a at ten to twelve billion dollar settlement nationally speaking to we'll see what the impact there is but if you look at this specific to produce pharma the settlement is I think they said we're only responsible for like one percent of the opioid salesman in America if not the world in yet if you look at the amount of money that that being awarded here it's about a third of the value of the company what is the award for reflect that relative to the percentage the problem the Purdue pharma specifically contributed to with opioids Morgan Oklahoma well I'm looking at overall if if I were if if I said okay well for responsible for one percent of the sales and we should take one percent of the gross profits are net profits of the company which is as far less than the you know ten to twelve billion dollars because the companies are worth thirty five billion only work three five yeah yeah I mean I don't know him again I don't I'm not privy to the settlement discussions but I can tell you in Oklahoma Johnson Johnson was really strange and then that was left holding the bag in that case the Purdue Carmen had settled with in in Oklahoma and I can't remember the exact I think with seventy two million eight eight in it they settled in that case Johnson Johnson you know we know them as a baby shampoo and Danielle gentle stuff right yeah that's my said wait jobs with Johnson Johnson had to do with it interestingly like back in the early two thousands and what they needed and towards the boat they're popular product Tylenol with codeine they bought a business good crew in class and Toby and they pop even par way can't mania which is off the coast of Australia so by two thousand fifteen at the height of the opioid epidemic they were the leading choir the Walgreens thank you through their opium crop so that's really what their participation in it but the judge who wrote it Johnson Johnson had promulgated a fall leading in danger of marketing campaign because exponentially increased rate the diction an overdose death and baby born apparently they had a marketing campaign overly graphic and one of the things that the theme that runs through all of the case Caitlyn sales reps reproach to avoid what they laid what they labeled the corn addiction the people I mean I get that you know in contacts I have a product I want to maximize my return because a research and development because of stock a shareholder value all these things are driving sales people do what they do in marketing to and that is okay how do we craft a message here to maximize the amount of sales we can have the only problem with this is you're not selling you know window cleaner you're selling a highly addictive substance and and that's where the pitfall here's what this whole thing Barbara Bonner get that the other wanted to is okay Johnson and Johnson a bigger this Tasmanian poppy the that was big for in feeling the epidemic Samus proprietary version or it's great you know it's an even on a letter to the got into the right saying that others low risk and low danger of abuse which of course totally was against what it was that that their scientific division found out so that way we're gonna put all our eggs in this basket alright so now ourselves to come is like pretty Farman Fizer another's great so you got Johnson Johnson implicated you've got Purdue pharma implicated where's the role of the government allege watch dogs here I know it brought this up in the past we talk about this issue but it is not their job the FDA food and drug administration is not their job to make sure that these products are what they say they are relative to research and keep in mind that there are congressmen and senators who voted for even after we knew the addictive nature to some degree that an obamacare legislation expanded insurance coverage for this class of drugs in the FDA approved that worst responsibility on the part of the government you know and we can talk about the black palm and that sort of gets into the all good for the patient but also it the way it is marketed so when they're being overly aggressive and there are no more weeding talking about the diction and they actually lie about the addiction which is in town over and over that architects say not again and if you remember one of things we talked about me it was never intended when the FDA approved it was never intended to be used more more than just a short term pain killer never intended for long term use and turned back how would we being Union there's a fine line between that right so yeah if if you're pushing the pills on doctors and pushing the penalty for long term use com and telling doctors create their malpractice they don't need it for long term use and there's just so many little story unbelievable you know then that basically Bob on on the doctors.

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"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on KNSS

"About you. But I don't eat breakfast ever. You don't have on a weekend. Yeah. I got some cookies here meeting, but does that count. I don't know. That's not really because you're well into your day by now, really breakfast. Yeah. Sound like we're not gonna be around much longer the former head of a drug distributor has been indicted on what federal prosecutors say or the first ever criminal charges against a drug company executive stemming from the opioid crisis the indictment alleges former Rochester drug, cooperative, CEO, Lawrence Dowd. The third order subordinates to ignore red flags about certain customers to maximize company revenues at his own lay. That's lawyer said he intends to fully defend himself against the criminal charges as firms operating out of the northeast corner of the United States six fifty one now. Stephen Ted astounding spending by grandparents, Don grant, CFP the money tracker with us this morning. Good morning. John. Good morning. Steve. You know, I've heard that it's great to be a grandparent you live it you can visit the grandkids sugar. I'm up spoil them in hand. Impact your mom and dad. Some money on those grandkids as well. The AARP reports that grandparents spend an average twenty five hundred seventy two dollars on grandkids annually. Now, that's an average many spend much more on things like vacations college tuition and living expenses. Total expenditures are about one hundred eighty billion dollars a year going from grandparents two grandkids. Now, the AARP AARP found that nearly ninety four percent of grandparents provide some sort of financial.

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"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on KNSS

"Your breakfast house. Call for health, I'm joy, Piazza, Fox News. I don't know about you. But I don't eat breakfast ever. You don't have a weekend. Yeah. I got some cookies here does that count. I don't know that sound not really because you're well into your day by now breakfast. Yeah. Sound like we're not gonna be around much longer the former head of a drug distributor has been indicted on what federal prosecutors say are the first ever criminal charges against a drug company executive stemming from the opioid crisis the night ledges, former Rochester drug, cooperative, CEO, Lawrence Dowd. The third order subordinates to ignore red flags about certain customers to maximize company revenues his own lay out lawyer said he intends to fully defend himself against a criminal charges firms operating out of the northeast corner of the United States six fifty one now Stephen Ted and astounding spending by grandparents, Don grant, CFP the money tracker with us this morning. Good morning. Don. Good morning. Steve. You know, I've heard that. It's great to be a grandparent you live it. You can visit the grandkids sugar up spoil them and hand him back to mom and dad, and they spend some money on those grandkids as well. The AARP reports that grandparents spend an average twenty five hundred seventy two dollars on grandkids annually. Now, that's an average spend much more on things like vacations college tuition and living expenses. Total expenditures are about one hundred eighty billion dollars a year going grandparents to grandkids. Now, the AARP AARP found that nearly ninety four percent of grandparents provide some sort of finances accord to ease their own kids burden of raising grandkids many grandparents are baby boomers, and they've accrued some well, they're not burdened with student loan that their kids have and they're living longer. According to the AARP report. By twenty thirty seventy percent of eight-year-old children in the US. We'll have a great grandparents were living longer. The average age of first-time grandparents is fifty so they may be in their peak earning spending years in about forty percent of grandparents are still working that means that they continue to earn and may have the financial resources.

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"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Avenue be on the lookout free large dresser taking up three lanes. Your next report and thirty minutes, Jack fares, news ninety three point one. K. It'll be partly cloudy early this morning, low fifty four later today, partly sunny, not as warm as yesterday, but pleasant high seventy a few clouds tonight, low fifty tomorrow, partly sunny, high seventy eight warmer Monday with plenty of sun. High eighty four Almac you with the meteorologist Carl babinski news ninety three point one K F B K A men's health moment with Dr Arnn, cocky, many men, get grouchy us the age this could be an indicator of a medical condition. Co-founder pause also known as low testosterone, which has an adverse effect under mood and sense of wellbeing. Learn more at universal men's clinic dot com. Wondering if you're on track with your financial matters. Call now at one triple eight to Hinson that's one triple eight to eight hundred s o n. All right. Welcome back to Hanson mcclain's money matters on Easter weekend. And we're listening to our best of calls and before we go back and listen to these calls. I'm not a grandparent yet. Neither are you. Right now. I hope not to be anytime. Then my my. There's a certain progressive would like to twenty three. I don't quite think. She's yeah. You could say anything you want. You never listened to your now, nor do whatever friends. So but. I have many friends that are grand parents. And of course, the many clients, oh, grandparents thousands and AARP recently did a study on how much our grandparents spending on their grand children. The average grandparent will spend two thousand five hundred seventy two dollars annually on their grandkids. So a little bit over two hundred dollars a month. Average to the tune of a hundred and seventy nine billion dollars grandparents spent on their grandkids hundred and seventy nine billion, but this is a twenty five hundred each grandkid. This is grandparents are spending. You could have ten grandchildren. And they're spending twenty five hundred dollars. And then it's only twenty bucks grandkid, which is kind of not, you know. Then there's also those that income standard averages. I went I went to all four years of college. There's gotta understand how averages work so one hundred seventy nine billion. Yeah. I think the thing to watch out everyone I've talked to I don't know anyone love the grandkids particularly the younger, but particularly when they're younger until.

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"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is a POW orchestra. Yes. Yes. That are being given instruments. They're making instruments the locals are donating instruments the YMCA's giving them instruments. Majo-? They opened a school. You can learn anything from pottery to like mathematics almost any language. You wanna learn? They set up I on its programs with the local universities. You could get credit soccer just about every day. I drew big crowds. They had a newspaper their newspaper was called the fence guest and it had like poetry. Right. They they also did a lot of Seattle productions in sometimes through regular art shows. So this is where things get a little bit strange on December eighteen that was another art exhibition. This is a woman named Ellen von Dir, whose father was a pure w at the camp, and here, she's reading from his diary. December twelve fuel. That means Hitler had send two thousand five hundred seventy two dollars to open the art exhibition in camp v. She saying that Hitler sent money to the camp for an art thing. While while we're fighting it ler sending money. Yeah. Does call. So so okay with Christmas gift. York show on the vans and.

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"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Orchestras. This is a POW orchestra. Yes. Yes. And they're being given instruments. They're making instruments the locals donating instruments the YMCA's giving them instruments. Own if they open a school. Can learn anything from pottery to like mathematics almost any language. You wanna learn? They set up I on its programs with local universities. You could get credit soccer game just about every day. They drew big crowds. They had a newspaper their newspaper was called the fence guest and it had like poetry. Yes. Right. They they also did a lot of Seattle productions in sometimes through art shows. So this is where things get a little bit strange on December eighteenth, the Muslim another exhibition. This is a woman named Ellen von Dir whose father was a pure w at the camp, and here she's reading from his diary, December twelve fuel. That means Hitler had send twelve thousand five hundred seventy two dollars to open the art exhibition in camp v k what she's saying that we Hitler sent money to the camp for our art thing yet. While while we're fighting he's sending money. Does. All. So okay with a Christmas gift show. Oh, the ham on the.

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"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"A sticky situation. I guess. Yeah. It's it's you know, who's gonna blame who or or. What part of an act of nature. You never know when something's going to give. So he says he hopes the debate ends soon. He just wants it taken care of right away. La Habra mayor James Gomez says it may take a little while it's going to be a long investigation. Hopefully within the next couple of days will determine who who who is responsible officials say they don't think the sinkhole is going to get any bigger at this point. But they want residents to keep their distance. Just in case Cooper, Rummell KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. A kitchenware maker is pulling up stakes in California and move into Mississippi. Carell brands will move a factory and distribution center from California to northwest Mississippi investing, twenty eight million in hiring four hundred people by June of twenty twenty the companies closing separate manufacturing and warehouse facilities in Mira. Loma and riverside, the Mississippi development authority in Marshall county offering over ten million in incentives, including over three million to relocate and install equipment and to help with infrastructure needs along with three hundred thousand worker training. The company will qualify for incentives. Rebating some. Worker income taxes to the company that requires Carell to pay workers at least forty one thousand five hundred seventy two dollars a year. Mark Austin Thomas Canucks, ten seventy NewsRadio who find out more about these winds and your exclusive five-day forecast is coming up in just a moment. I took a peek it looks pretty good though. Trust me, the Santa Monica freeway, west LA area problem there. We'll take you there less than three minutes away. It's ten twelve. Let's say you just bought a house bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents. Which means you're going to start telling your kids to clean up before the cleaning lady comes doesn't make sense. But you're the parents, and they're the.

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"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:27 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Coast to coast lots of ground to cover today. Obviously the stock market has been very very volatile lately. Something we start of got lulled into thinking would never happen again. But it's happening. May continue to happen. You need to be prepared for that. Now, so many people are looking at the end of this year, and perhaps even thinking about retiring next year. I read a phenomenal article. Ben Carlson, what if you retire at a stock market peak? I mean, we're obviously not at the peak today, but we're up there pretty darn high whatever you're retiring next year. Or a stock market peak in the future. She we don't get to pick many times our actual retirement date. And even if we did what have you picked a great retirement date, at least you thought. And. The market peaked out in the first or second or third or sixth month of your retirement and started to decline. Here's what Ben Carlson wrote. It's excellent. I'll read from it meets Sam. Sam's entire family as a terrible, terrible luck. When it comes to the timing their retirement. Sam's great, grandparents retired at the end of one thousand nine hundred twenty eight over the ensuing three years or so the stock market would drop close to ninety percent. While the US economy would contract. Nearly thirty percent of the great depression. In one thousand nine hundred thirty seven the stock market would be cut in half. And a couple of years later World War Two would commence. Sam's grandparents remember that was the great grandparents. Sam's grandparents didn't fare much better. Retiring at the tail end of nineteen seventy two this was right before a brutal bear market, which would see stocks cut in half. From nineteen seventy three to nineteen seventy four. I remember that era. Because that's when I entered financial business selling mutual funds was easy or any kind of annuities or anything like that. The purchasing power of their portfolio. This is his grandparents now what also be ravaged by inflation which would run at a rate of one hundred and twenty one percent over the first nine years of their retirement more than nine point two percent. A year. From nineteen seventy three to nineteen eighty one the S and P five hundred would lose thirty three percent of its value in real terms. Finally, SAM's parents retired at the end of nineteen ninety nine feeling pretty good about where they stood following the enormous tech field bull market of the nineteen ninety s in the first decade of their retirement. They would witness the US stock market go down by half on two separate occasions with corresponding recessions in each instance, over the first decade of their retirement, the S and P five hundred would fall close to ten percent in total. Less than twenty years later. Sam is now considering retiring early. After catching the bug. Sam's. Biggest worry is the possibility of retiring just before a market crash like the rest of her family. I guess this is Samantha. Since it's her family should Sam be worried. What if you retired just before stock market peak? So then Carlson went on to run some numbers any I assumed a sixty forty portfolio of stocks US stocks and five year treasuries. So sixty percent stock forty percent five year treasuries. And I decided to take out four percent of the portfolios value at the start of each year. For living expenses and do so for the remainder of thirty years. They're presumed retirement. And they're also going to assume a million dollar equivalent, so forty thousand bucks per year out of a million bucks. So if you're retired in nineteen twenty nine with this hypothetical million dollars thirty years later, you would have withdrawn one million two hundred and forty seven dollars. With an ending value of two point two million bucks. By nineteen fifty eight. If you're tired in one thousand nine hundred seventy three. You started with a million bucks and ended with five point five million. Wow. And that of course is because right after the seventy three seventy four bear market. Launched one of the great bull runs in all of history. In two thousand through twenty seventeen your million bucks would only been worth one million three hundred and five thousand dollars. So he goes on to say this you can see in each case the ending market value for the portfolio is higher than the original amount. Even after accounting for annual withdrawals. Obviously the ending balances vary quite a bit because the nineteen Seventy-three start date benefited from higher starting interest rates in bonds and in the nineteen eighties and nineties bull market. And the two thousand retirement is still a work in progress. Now, he used a four percent simple. Withdrawal taking out a flat four percent of the portfolio every single year, regardless of the portfolios performance or the economic conditions at the time. Clearly during the great depression. There was deflation remember that? What thirty percent or so deflation? And then there was huge inflation in the seventies. So he re ran the numbers. Remember, sixty forty mix stocks and bonds, or stocks and treasuries. Doesn't account for taxes or fees? But this next one does assume a four percent withdrawal. Adjusted each year at the consumer price index. Now, the numbers are a million dollars. Start value in one thousand nine hundred twenty nine by nine hundred fifty eight the ending value one million nine hundred and forty four thousand dollars. That's fascinating. Isn't it? You went through a ninety percent decline in the stock market. Yet, you still ended up thirty years later with double the money. You started with probably a one and a half two percent rate of inflation. On the principal. And then the nineteen seventy three through two thousand and two ending day. A million dollars. Translated into six hundred and thirty nine thousand five hundred seventy two dollars. So he didn't leave the kids richer than you. Vacuum left them a lot poorer. But nonetheless, you still didn't run out of money, you withdrew three point eight million dollars from your portfolio. And the starting date two thousand ending in two thousand seventeen a million bucks. Still translated into a million ninety thousand dollars. Over a seventeen year time period with eight hundred and eighteen thousand dollars of inflation adjusted withdrawals. So that's that's pretty impressive. I think. So what are the takeaways from this exercise? I retiring just before a stock market peak could be ruinous. To your financial help. But it doesn't have to be you. See this portfolio was balanced. It had forty percent in bonds and sometimes many times when the stock market is imploding, due to recessions interest rates are coming down and the value bonds are going up. So bonds tend to tame some of that volatility. Now, there's there's other takeaways to as you've heard me discuss many times before on this.

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"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"I didn't know it was nuggets. I had no idea. Herb this flower. He calls. We bought CBD flower over there it smells exactly like, we'd smokes exactly like a bonfire in does. Absolutely nothing to maybe tired doesn't. But he has CBD over there relaxing bears. He has I'm a big guy from my joints. So I was excited for this the store. That's right. Bias to check out five hundred seventy dollars later. I was like what? I was absurd. Absurd. Absurd. Had to pay for it though. You don't really have an issue with drop in a few under. But the guy said five hundred seventy two dollars. There was a full. There was a full conversation started amongst the group me digs who else was over the tight Connor Connor. And as soon as the guy said that me and Dixon. What I thought he was joking. There's no price tags on anything. So it was like you get up. There was like show and tell us. Hundred and seventy five dollars. What what was their heads up anywhere that I missed? No, no, that's natural flower that we grew in the backyard, not THC only CBD. It's like I understand this is a new business. But maybe have return customers. I won't. I won't never go back there again. They're very nice. I soon their practice. Very good. But there's no way I expected to pay five hundred seventy two dollars. No, my news against my knees. Better be fully replaced by this stuff. Yeah. To guess issues, like fifteen bucks. I don't know if he knows he's competing like you're not the only I think he thought he was the only store in town was like kind of the first trillion like, no, no, there's a head shop that sells some CBD over in broad ripple this gas station repack here that has like glass in front of the window. So, you know, it's a good area that place that sells well, then like towards the years in Pittsburgh when we were leaving vape shops. Start popping up everywhere. And I'm assuming that most cities, but I don't understand how that's a sustainable model when they're selling that shit gas stations. Anyways, asked me front, right. That's just literally affront come in the back to get zone money. So many in Pittsburgh. Yeah. They're all fronts Italians behind the world. It's like cigarettes stores there occasionally, there was a tobacco store for cigars. But that's specialty stuff. I don't know. Maybe you're right about that. Maybe I will whatever we hear your are you just miserable initially read it in a visual tone or no on on on on paper. Can be there's potential there. Throwback music. Yeah. Let's all right. I've been rocking the song. Heavy. This is by the fast life young. Does course. Why you N G S T as z hangers only. You know, what they say?.

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"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"I didn't know it was nuggets. I had no idea. Herb this flower. He calls. We bought CBD flower over there it smells exactly like, we'd smokes exactly like a bonfire in does. Absolutely nothing to maybe tired doesn't. But he has CBD over there relaxing bears. He has I'm a big guy from my joints. So I was excited for this the store. That's right. Bias to check out five hundred seventy dollars later. I was like what? I was absurd. Absurd. Absurd. Had to pay for it though. You don't really have an issue with drop in a few under. But the guy said five hundred seventy two dollars. There was a full. There was a full conversation started amongst the group me digs who else was over the tight Connor Connor. And as soon as the guy said that me and Dixon. What I thought he was joking. There's no price tags on anything. So it was like you get up. There was like show and tell us. Hundred and seventy five dollars. What what was their heads up anywhere that I missed? No, no, that's natural flower that we grew in the backyard, not THC only CBD. It's like I understand this is a new business. But maybe have return customers. I won't. I won't never go back there again. They're very nice. I soon their practice. Very good. But there's no way I expected to pay five hundred seventy two dollars. No, my news against my knees. Better be fully replaced by this stuff. Yeah. To guess issues, like fifteen bucks. I don't know if he knows he's competing like you're not the only I think he thought he was the only store in town was like kind of the first trillion like, no, no, there's a head shop that sells some CBD over in broad ripple this gas station repack here that has like glass in front of the window. So, you know, it's a good area that place that sells well, then like towards the years in Pittsburgh when we were leaving vape shops. Start popping up everywhere. And I'm assuming that most cities, but I don't understand how that's a sustainable model when they're selling that shit gas stations. Anyways, asked me front, right. That's just literally affront come in the back to get zone money. So many in Pittsburgh. Yeah. They're all fronts Italians behind the world. It's like cigarettes stores there occasionally, there was a tobacco store for cigars. But that's specialty stuff. I don't know. Maybe you're right about that. Maybe I will whatever we hear your are you just miserable initially read it in a visual tone or no on on on on paper. Can be there's potential there. Throwback music. Yeah. Let's all right. I've been rocking the song. Heavy. This is by the fast life young. Does course. Why you N G S T as z hangers only. You know, what they say?.

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"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"On brand it was great so what's going on with this movie it's impetus right 'cause election waiting it left and right right so the reason he the filmmaker behind this is because the director quit after she realized what the movie was also there's been multiple occasions where production assistance people who work on the film quit once they find out what the movie is you know you're making a good movie when you have to actively hide the subject of the movie from the people working on the movie so they don't quit and at one point he was walk off the set and someone walked up to him with a headset you know a and it was like hey are you the director and he said i am and she said go fuck yourself through her headset on the ground and walked off so she was the electricity on the film so becoming a more dangerous place where are you the director go fuck yourself a quick but it does have some stars in it has is this in the whole thing is meant to be like how this is a horrible mistake yes just oh it's like an harissa wind for roe v wade but if it was propaganda against yeah man yeah i i mean the heavy hitters in this film who's who of conservative alist like jon voight will be pouring shore goonies villain robert davie robert w these gross weight introduce him to goonies village and stacey dash of from panelists also kelsey grammer daughter is going to be making an appearance yeah it's a legal drama but it's going to be you know just peppered burns later league oh you know he's also form president of sag i looked on the i m d and also joey lawrence and jamie kennedy are listed as well on the imdb's interesting yeah which an okay it will be called this would so you're saying this goes all the way to the top they can holly here's the problem here's it's missing two major names for me which are kirk cameron names was and i'm like how good of a movie can it be if it doesn't have curcumin and james woods also james woods agent just fired him yesterday yeah he was like he was like of independence day i'm going to celebrate my independence by firing you basically email and i'm just like well i mean but how good of an agent is he if he couldn't get james woods in this film you know changes an acting lot these days and this seems like maybe alley or maybe he even he has standards like i can't she'll stacey dash no surprise but the campaign has so it has raised one hundred thirty four thousand five hundred seventy two dollars which is a lot of money to raise for anything but miles somebody who has worked in production that money go real quick on a major actual hollywood movie that would be you could rent a camera rig for like one day or like two days and cash out your hundred k right there like there's i mean again we don't know what they're using the money for these people getting paid like they having mcdonalds for lunch i don't know yeah that's not a lot of money that is not that's not that's not enough for this shooting in one location at an abandoned warehouse right that they outfitted to look like the supreme court bream court and all contained thriller oneroom bottle episode there's also a historic only got you we locked the doors of the supreme court we're going to get this settled today for thirty thousand we we can afford to pay two piece a sound guy makeup person and just have this warehouse for about eight hours to give us an idea of the production quality of the movie the indigo campaign features video of ada king who is martin luther king junior's sort of conspiracy theorist daughter so they have her green screened and the background that they've chosen is a living room so it was almost like they wanted to make it seem like she was on location at her home but it's clearly green screened so they just green screened a casual location for her here it's and she's just saying how important this movie is she also you know thinks planned parenthood is in the business of selling baby parts are what and that's let's even heard that those are theories you haven't heard about that no no control gives women cancer we've all been let lots of other you know.

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"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Like that's just one hundred percent everyone you meet in both of the city's combined wild it was so on brand it was great so what's going on with this movie it's in production right because election waiting it left and right right so the reason he is the filmmaker behind this is because the director quit after she realized what the movie was also there's been multiple occasions where production assistance people who work on the film quit once they find out what the movie is you know you're making a good movie when you have to actively hide the subject of the movie from the people working on movies so that they don't quit and at one point he was walking off the set and someone walked up to him with a headset you know a a and was like hey are you the director and he said i am and she said go fuck yourself throw a headset on the ground and walked off so she was the electricity on the film so becoming a more dangerous place where are you the director go fuck yourself a quick but it does have some stars in it has is this in the whole thing is meant to be like how this is a horrible mistake yes was just oh it's like an harris oh win for roe v wade but if it was propaganda against yeah man yeah i i mean the heavy hitters in this film who's who of conservative a listers lick jon voight will be appearing schorr goonies villain robert davie robert w these so gross weight introduce him to goonies villain and stacey dash of countless also kelsey grammer daughter is going to be making an appearance yeah it's a legal drama but it's going to be you know just burns later league oh you know he's also a former president of sag i looked on the mvp and also joey lawrence and jamie kennedy are listed as well on the imdb is interesting yeah which an okay it will be called this would so you're saying this goes all the way to the top holiday here's the problem here's the pro it's missing two major names for me which are kirk cameron names was and i'm like how good of a movie could it be if it doesn't have curcumin and james woods and also james woods agent just fired him yesterday yeah he was like he was like independence day i'm going to celebrate my independence by firing you basically regimen email and i'm just like well i mean but how good of an agent is he if he couldn't get james woods in this philip you know changes enacting acting a lot these days and this seems like maybe alley or maybe he even he has standards like i can't even she'll stacey dash no surprise but the campaign has so it has raised one hundred and thirty four thousand five hundred seventy two dollars which is a lot of money to raise for anything but miles somebody who has worked in production that money could go real quick on a major actual hollywood movie that would be you could rent a camera rig for like one day or two days in and cash out your hundred k right there like there's i mean again we don't know what they're using the money for these people getting paid like are they having mcdonalds for lunch i don't know yeah that's not a lot of money that is not that's not that's not enough for this shooting in one location at an abandoned warehouse right but they outfitted to look like a frame core bream court all takes it's a contained thriller oneroom bottle episodes there's also a historically only got you we locked the doors of the supreme court we're going to get this settled today for thirty thousand we could we can afford to pay to as a sound guy makeup person and just have this warehouse for about eight hours yeah to give us an idea of the production quality of the movie the indigo campaign features a video of ada king who is martin luther king junior's sort of conspiracy theorist daughter so they have her green screened and the background that they've chosen is a living room so it was almost like they wanted to make it seem like she was on location at her home but it's clearly green screened so they just green screened a casual location for her appearance and she's just saying how important this movie is she also you know thinks planned parenthood is in the business of selling baby parts i'm sorry what and that's those are theories you haven't heard about.

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"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The day but at one point had tumbled as much as sixteen percent and the worst decline since the year the company emerged from bankruptcy it's also true reversal from the company's last earnings back in february when it actually added video subscribers for the first time in nearly two years but this quarter charter lost one hundred twenty two thousand residential video subscribers so good right when they're losing subscribers right and so but some say they may continue to face challenges to improve revenue as scribner trends continue to worsen in light of more competition for vito subscribers yeah a lot of volume today and charter communications if you take a look for the euro overall down about twenty two percent have mentioned amazon because i feel like we've been talking about kind of the tech malays and concerned about some of the big tech names and we had a bunch after the close yesterday amazon among them and that stock was up as much as eight percent in today's session rallying by the close still with a three point six percent gain more than fifty four dollars a share to one thousand five hundred seventy two dollars sixty two cents a share we talked about amazon earlier on bloomberg and this this company just you know kind of firing on all cylinders if you will in terms of some of the numbers and they just talked about some of the different businesses they're raising their annual prime membership to one hundred nineteen dollars a year and so that's a more money coming in on the top line but again if you look at some of the different metrics and some of the the the the growth if you will in their web business in their cloud business investors certainly liked what they had to hear i mean here's a company who spends a lot of money on a lot of different businesses and it looks like it's really starting to pay off pretty nice like and to that end we could turn to under armour actually it's an interesting transition which was the fourth leader today fourth or fifth down to six six leader today up four point seven percent on the close shares jumped as a jefferies analysts said in a.

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"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Life is complicated hear me out sorry i saw zootopia life is propagated so basically sign up for his workshop the workshop is worth one thousand five hundred seventy two dollars but he's going to sell it for only ninety nine dollars to attend ease of the confident that this guy was smart with money licey giving away something that's worth so much year so let me i thought his rule number one was don't lose money yeah then his website is twenty five dollars a month you get access to it so you can make these little micro trades and follow the experts all the big wigs the warren buffett of the world when they sell you so when they buy you by important question can i do it in my underwear for yes right and hugh and can i spend more time with my family because they're just family men all these guys yeah well you know what website i would sign up for uh probably a website where you could get great meals delivered to your home and my god ross that's exactly what i was gonna say i have been taken classes in mindreading now oh okay there you go from one of the people at the summer they love classes well listen i'm talking about hellofresh i knew it and did you know that ohno ross and carry is supported in part by hellofresh it's the meal kid delivery service that is dedicated to delivering great recipes and pre measured ingredients for less than ten dollars a meal i didn't know that and actually all the ingredients come in handy meal kits so it's easier to tell which ingredients go with each recipe and they offer a wide variety of recipes that change weekly in a variety of plans there's the classic plan the veggie planned what way and the family plan voucher kawar wow hellofresh also offers hall of fame premium and kid tested recipe selections boy that's a smart because kids are so picky kids are picky they've very limited power they want like noodles and catch up founder of that's what they send you an pizza and pizza you're right we both got some hellofresh packages they were pretty a yemeni traffic and you get the fresh it will have the try.

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"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The city of london i'm mad miller we are looking at situation that is negative really across the board here's bars equity indexes are concerned the footsie in london down twotenths of 1 percent the dax also down twotenths percent as as the cac right now so not size losses but the direction is the same wherever you look far as rates we see investors selling off bonds as well so selling stocks and bonds pushing the 10year yield to to thirty seven the bruins to thirty three and the guilt to one twenty two the dollar is stronger against the yen right now coming in under one thirteen one 12 seventy nine the euro unchanged against the dollar at one eighteen 24 the ecb will be coming out later on with its decision and press conference and the bank of england also coming out later on the pound right now trading at one thirty five up about a quarter of 1 percent right now we see oil a little bit of rebound of the drops to the last two days of four tenths of one percent or twenty four cents a barrel sixty 62 sixty eight that is of course brent crude if you take a look at the new york contract you see a gain of two cents to fifty six sixty two and then finally want to look at bitcoin as guy mentioned earlier it's been trading pretty flat over the last few days we haven't seen more than a ten percent band in the last three trading sessions which forbid is basically absolutely dead even right now sixteen thousand five hundred seventy two dollars and sixty cents per bitcoin that's a drop of just one per cent so ever since the futures trading opened to we saw a little bit of a of a swing on monday but it's pretty much com the digital currency down the question is will it remain in this low volatility trough that's the bloomberg radio business flash house get back on the markets carlsson from on what's going on around the world marcus mocked the un envoy to north korea has returned from the country deeply worried about the kim young owns nuclear weapons program a european member of the un security council says the envoy jeffrey feldman was told the north koreans don't believe the time is right for negotiations the regime is set to.

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"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The city of london i'm mad miller we are looking at situation that is negative really across the board here's fars equity indexes are concerned the footsie in london down twotenths of 1 percent the dax also down twotenths percent as is the cac right now so not size losses but the direction is the same wherever you look far as rates we see investors selling off bonds as well so selling stocks and bonds pushing the 10year yield to to thirty seven the bonds to thirty three and the guilt to one twenty two the dollar is stronger against the yen right now coming in under one thirteen at one twelve seventy nine the euro unchanged against the dollar one eighteen 24 the ecb will be coming out later on with its decision and press conference in the bank of england also coming out later on the pound right now trading at one thirty five up about a quarter of 1 percent right now we see oil a little bit of rebound of the drops of the last two days of four tenths of one percent or twenty four cents a barrel sixty to sixty eight that is of course brent crude if you take a look at the new york contract you see a gain of two cents to fifty six sixty two and then finally want to look at bitcoin as guy mentioned earlier it's been trading pretty flat over the last few days we haven't seen more than a ten percent band in the last three trading sessions which for bitcoin is basically absolutely dead even right now sixteen thousand five hundred seventy two dollars and sixty cents for bitcoin that's drop of just one per cent so ever since the futures trading opened to we saw a little bit of a of a swing on monday but it's pretty much com the digital currency down the question is will it remain in this low volatility trough that's the bloomberg radio business flash house get back on our markets carlsson from on what's going on around the world marcus mocked the un envoy to north korea has returned from the country deeply worried about kim yong owns nuclear weapons program a european member of the un security council says the envoy jeffrey feldman was told the north koreans don't believe the time is right for the gauchet shins the regime is set to.

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"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred seventy two dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Yes yes and they should be given instruments they're making instruments the local they're donating instruments the ymca is giving them instruments before through very majongwe netanyahu not only do they open a school he can learn anything from pottery to lake mathematics almost any language you wanna learn they they said oppressed funded programmes with local universities you could get credit the soccer just about every day they drew big crowds they had a newspaper their newspaper called the fence guest and it had like poetry fairfield s here right they they also did a lot if he article production and sometimes through regular arch shows so this is where things get a little bit strange on december eighteen there was another art exhibition this is a woman named helen founders his father was a pow at the camp and here she's reading from his diary december twelve death fewer that means hitler oh had sent twelve thousand five hundred seventy two dollars to all the art exhibition in camp me give it she saying that weight hitler sent money to the camp for an art thank yet while the dirt while we're fighting antler he sending money yeah if that does merely tall so so so okay with hitler's a christmas gift yeah the arch and the ham and advance and all that stuff to people in the in the out the came know what was going on and sino in once they start so i think it was the nineteen forty three was the point at which we started realizing were running out of american men to do new labour and we look around and we're like well actually we have quite a few men who might be able to do some work here love and preserve worked for on farc bellmare in gone pena system of the farmers would bring them in the house for lunch they would drink with them they were drunk.

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