35 Burst results for "Five Hundred Thousand Dollar"
Reward increased to $2.5M for information in slaying of Seattle federal prosecutor
"Cross your reporting reward money has been increased for information helping solve the killing of a U. S. prosecutor in Seattle rewards now totaling two point five million dollars have been announced for information in the killing of federal prosecutor Thomas C. Wales in Seattle twenty years ago Nicholas brown the new U. S. attorney for the western district of Washington announce the justice department has doubled its reward to two million dollars at a ceremony Monday marking the death of Wales in addition the national association of former U. S. attorneys is offering about five hundred thousand dollars for information helping solve the case Wales was an eighteen year veteran of the U. S. attorney's office he was fatally shot through a basement window of his home on October eleventh two thousand one hi
We Can Help the Haitian People Without Letting Them Cross the Border Illegally
"Dropped into the united states from another country or another planet and you saw the scene in del rio texas right now. You would not believe that. It's the united states of america. No way you would never believe it. You'd look at that and say that's some third world country. I've been to third world countries. I've been to haiti. I've been to guatamala. I've been to the poorest parts of jamaica in fact it hit me last night with all of the white house disaster with the haitian crisis. It fascinates me the juxtaposition of how conservatives. Open our hearts and our wallets to poor. Desperate people like those in haiti in august alone listeners to this radio show and to my other colleagues donated nearly five hundred thousand dollars to rush emergency supplies to the people of haiti. Now two things can be true at the same time. We recognize that people in haiti who are desperate starving. Are worthy of god's love and our help that doesn't mean were able to take all of them into our country overnight that does not mean that we can have open borders. That does not mean that. We're a borderless country.
Crypto Hacker Offered Reward After $600m Heist
"An anonymous hacker. Who stole more than six. Hundred million dollars in crypto currency has given essentially all of it back. The unusual heist is being called the biggest in industry history. Decentralized finance platform polly network tweeted about it. Thursday reuters reported friday that the company thinks the hacker and asked for his continued contributions to industry security. The money has been deposited to an account that requires both the company and the hacker to manage jointly according to blockchain forensic sperm chain analysis. Holly network offered the hacker a five hundred thousand dollar reward. But he's hearted down.
NHL to Investigate Claim Sharks’ Kane Bet on Own Games
"A two time thirty goal scorer is being accused of betting on his own NHL games those allegations are coming from his spouse the NHL said it will investigate an allegation made by Evander Kane's wife that the sharks forward bet on his own games and has intentionally try to lose for gambling profit and Kane wrote on Instagram quote how does the NHL let a compulsive gambling addicts still play what he's obviously throwing games to win money maybe someone needs to address this unquote a Las Vegas Strip casino suit came in two thousand nineteen alleging he failed to repay a five hundred thousand dollar gambling debts racked up during a playoff series against the golden knights I'm the ferry
Phil Mickelson Won't Return to Detroit Tournament After $500K Gambling Report
"Mickelson man. Where do we even begin with this. Basically on tuesday just to get you quickly. Caught up on tuesday the detroit news not to be confused with the detroit. Free press so the second largest News source in the city of detroit released an article that you know basically tied it retold this story of mickelson making a large bet in nineteen ninety nine He and a couple friends were owed five hundred thousand dollars after winning a bet with the local sketchy bookie guy with mob ties and that guy never paid up so it was a story of of phil gambling and winning but not getting paid and you know being connected to some unsavory characters so it was intriguing it. It was in the news because these records had gotten unsealed. Recently in in the last. Few weeks So this guy named robert snell wrote an article about it. Not something that really probably would have even popped up on the national radar. It was behind a paywall The detroit news. From what i can tell has about a subscription size of like one hundred thousand And you know it's it's also not like there's any pre existing beef between phil and robert snell. He's a court reporter like sometimes you'll see tiger doesn't like so and so or you know someone doesn't like what a golf writer is written about them so there's some pre existing beef there that can't be the case here. I'm sure that they have no connection. So anyway Phil came out and essentially said he repudiated the article. He didn't say that it was incorrect. In fact his lawyer basically made it clear that everything in the article was correct but he just went pretty hard at this guy said that based off this article he was not going to return to detroit
"five hundred thousand dollar" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Haven't shot the paul this whole series at some point. I had to have breakthrough. I didn't get great looks. I love the shots. I was getting I think just scheduling and you know every other night was playing a role on it just as missing coming up short tired on shots But you know. I got a good night's rest And you know. My teammates carried me honestly Th they've been carrying me tonight. I had to come through. He certainly came through with forty one. Listen paul george has gotten a lot. Of flack in. I don't know why as you pointed out. Sure he missed. The two free throws goes all the way. Brian goes all the way back to indio. That you're right. You're right even though people don't want to the bubble and hitting the side of the backboard and then they said oh well you know he talked about besides floor alison nba player but it goes back to the pacers but people forget you get past the miami heat and lebron james no matter what. You did no matter who you are. That was a hard when the defeat is so. You look at that. You look at his tenure with with the pacers then he. He flirted with going to la. But now for the clippers with the lakers really wanted to be a laker right. In the end he felt like magic in robin lincoln. Those guys didn't do enough to trade for him. Magic got in trouble and the whole deal. Five hundred thousand dollar fine. He felt like okay. They don't do enough to trade for me. Then they trade him to see okay see. He formed some sort of relationship with westbrook in and he goes. Okay i'll resign. forget it. i'm just going to resign. What okay see because he instead of going to lake beside what okay see. Because he felt like he was like left at the altar by the lakers. Then he okay. Seat the goal south and now recruits him. He comes to the lakers. I mean he comes to the clippers. The clippers get knocked out of the bubble. He his side of a backboard so everybody man what is this. He names himself. Playoff and name to self playoff p. And so now it's like okay. This dude is nothing but another guy but in the body of his work is body of work is legit with it. It's it's now you see. He has to be a long range of to a degree and he's cooking and showing you what he's capable of doing it. I know right there talking to rachel nichols. He said that his teammates had been carrying him. No they had he been. They've been all collectively doing things together as a group. He's had games not quite that game but he's had good games throughout the playoffs. And so now with going back to la. How much confidence does that. Give the clippers now. Going back home and getting a win in phoenix. Phoenix is confidence. La hadn't been kind in him in the playoffs. Yeah they it just hasn't been kind to staple center. I don't know what. I don't know what it is. It just hadn't You know but you still feel better. Being at home opposed to on the road if they could get this at home. It put pressure or phoenix. Apply pressure because there's a little bit of pressure on phoenix. To know is three two now and we're going to a home stadium that that can turn on you in a heartbeat as an athlete. You get comfortable or is from phoenix standpoint is. There's some self doubt because you felt like you had your you had your foot on their neck. You thought you had this series you know in control now all of a sudden. It's three two night man. Paul georgia's hot self doubt because one thing that you do know. Is you know what you did wrong. Okay so you're corrections are extremely important whenever you lose a game or whatever they could tell you why they lost the game before you even get to locker room to ask that question. They already know we lost because this is what we did wrong. Now when you go in you watch the film it you start really break things down and that's when you start to dig into the weeds of everything to make the adjustment for the next game. You're prepare the next game. The game plan is different. We understand now. If you do this week we have something to counter to oppose the trying to do an in game adjustments. Of course all the guests here. Join us on the goodyear hotline and joining us right now. Is chris kenney. Of course he's the co host of dc are on espn radio. What's up chris. nother much man. How you guys doing this morning. Man is good. You know we have an all kinds of talk. We've been talking football. We didn't talk some who Talk what are your thoughts on the game. And and not only will paul. George did but the complexion of this series. Going back to la. Well for paul. George to be able to step up in did and do what he did last night. I mean being able to drop forty one points and do it off. Fifteen or twenty shooting. That's that's impressive. Man this this playoff run. I mean he's done more to change the story line or the narrative around his career as as any other player around the playoffs. Safe kevin durant. So i mean i just. I'm really impressed by what he's done. Stepping up inquire leonard absence. I mean you. You can't ask this guy to do more being able to extend the series And bring it back to la. That was a big time performance by him last night. All right so you know. One of the things that we talked about kris earlier in the show was big perk. Sound when he would only get up and he said a football player can't be the goat of all sports. Would you thinking. I'm need big perk to chill out on now. When i might have to call them up to the pulpit that just to be so dismissive of football players when it comes to the greatest of all time conversation across all sports. I just think it's a little bit reckless. here's why when we started talking about professional athletes. A big part of why we admire them is because of the degree of difficulty that comes along with.
"five hundred thousand dollar" Discussed on The Breakdown Poker Podcast
"Today on the break down some of the biggest names in poker clash back in two thousand fifteen. It was a five hundred thousand dollar. Buy in at the super high roller bowl. The first ever super high roller ball. Oh looking back now. All so quaint. Doesn't it dinner. Grind thomas markazi many as big nacho cheese dorito nickname but he was called the big cheese. And you're going to see why. Get into this edge now. This hand has got bored. Twisted turns the academic christie novel more ups and downs and a crazy roller coaster. An elevator in elevator would be better actually think. Hey let's get to the hand right now in the breakdown with great denison jonathan levy..
"five hundred thousand dollar" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Bins game is toby is mentality is still debated for so which tells us that. If he's in a situation maybe in another franchise that's maybe the mentality that he has. You know ninety ninety five percent of the time but he's on the court. I got more concerns with the greek freak than i do. Ben simmons at the line. The greek free can't pull the trigger. He shoots airballs. He doesn't have good form. That's a bigger concern. But but he's a better player than ban and we sort of whitewashed the other stuff like he's one of the best players in the game. He's shooting airballs. Jim from the free throw line. Yeah but you but you know what. Let me say that. Karl malone came into the league and he was like in the mid forties. Free throw shoot ended up probably overstreet in the mid seventies now. Tim duncan wasn't a great free. Throw chew coming into the league but they worked on. I love about greek. This where you can get on them about shooting threes. You can get on about the free throws but at least he's up there. He doesn't leave it on the practice court like big at times. He's not afraid to going get file. Okay guys feed off that on your team to this guys are sought airballs before the great preacher shoot now maybe not as many a janas as rear but i'm not mad at janas because at jaanus has a competence to take the shot to get to the basket in late game situations that time And not afraid to be at the free throw. And i think he will become a better free throw shooter. Meaning you know low seventies Because he works at any believes one day dan he believes that he can become a better We're talking to jim jackson fox and turner sports nba analyst. He was on the call game. Seven hawks in the seventy sixers on sunday night. We've been talking about this name image likeness for college athletes. That that's happening. It's coming our way but imagine you're going into college at ohio. State your big deal. You could cashed in probably. Big time right locally. Yeah yeah it. You know what it's about time and we've got to keep in mind to like every player benefits the same because his really most popular players are the ones going to a lot of juries Fifty two man roster pin five may roster football. I mean but you have maybe five or six guys really benefit from it. I mean big time benefit that the university pumps out but still. It's something now. I know a lot of coaches. Are you know in between. Because it's a recruiting advantage in regards to some aspects. Some schools have a bigger alumni base. A bigger tv deal bigger this and and they're going to use that to say well. Hey you know if you come to our university endorsement wise. You're able to pick up x. Amount of dollars which is true. But it's still to the benefit of the of the student. Athlete male or female wreck said that he was offered five hundred thousand dollar annuity that that his his they were going to put it in escrow school. He didn't say who it was but he said that he was offered that he through his parents. What was the biggest offer. You.
"five hundred thousand dollar" Discussed on Death by Misadventure: True Paranormal Mystery
"Few months but fate soon stepped in and she met her future husband. Simon mon- jack. A pisces on the surface friends found the relationship to be an unusual romance. While britney was a beautiful and fun loving actress. her new husband. Simon was an older frumpy british movie director with money problems who faced deportation prior to their shotgun wedding. The marriage was kept hush hush until an us weekly reporter spotted. The pair wearing wedding rings at the kentucky derby in early may two thousand seven however like most true hollywood celebrity scandals simon had assorted history including a pair of warrants issued in virginia for alleged credit card fraud. That was later. Dropped also a five hundred thousand dollar judgement against him in two thousand six following a lawsuit by british investment firm and a nine day jail stint in february two thousand seven enforced by customs officials for overstaying. His work visa still brittany was in love and she quickly formed an intense codependent relationship with her husband. Just like she had with her mother sharon together. They were the three musketeers and completely inseparable but early on there was trouble. In paradise and rumors swirled that brittany had a substance abuse problem soon. She fell under the spell of.
Jalen Green Is a Lock to Go in the Top Four
"We turn our attention to another consensus top five. Pick former or five star prospect. Jalen green he was actually ranked second in the class of two thousand twenty. Twenty two twenty four seven sports. He's a six foot six hundred seventy eight pound nineteen year old guard from california who skipped college to play for the g. league night price of five hundred thousand dollars. He averaged seventeen point. Nine point four point one rebounds and two point eight assists in thirty two minutes per game shop forty six point one percent from field on thirteen point six tips per game. He shot thirty six point. Five percent from three on five point seven tenths per game. He was the team's leading score in best three point shooter. I've seen him as high as third in some drafts. I haven't gone forth behind k. cunningham. Jalen son evan. What more can you tell us well. Yeah he's shot. Fifty five percent from two thirty six point. Thirty six percent from three point range and sixteen games at that g. league ignite level. He does have you know yes. What more can i tell you for. Most people listening there is the allure somewhat of the unknown here. I mean only the diehard diehard nba draft have been keeping consistent tabs on jalen green whereas if he had gone to college he would quite clearly be known commodity. He would most certainly play for bruce. Pearl at auburn. Had onto college. And that would. Certainly things would have gone different. I think for the tigers last season if that had been the case green himself by the way tweeted back in may he tweeted and then subsequently deleted. Because this isn't exactly the greatest endorsement for the daily. He said i know for a fact. If i would have gone to college it would have been a different talk about. Who's going number one. He might well be right. But that's the that's the that's the status of the g. league ignite program at this point and that's to be expected by the way. But hey listen you're not gonna go number one because you didn't go to college but he got paid five hundred thousand dollars and you're going to go second third or fourth and i think that's a trade off the quite clearly jalen is comfortable with
"five hundred thousand dollar" Discussed on Let's Get Civical
"So let's talk about the aftermath of this watergate scandal break in fair etc cetera so versus talking about the washington post so this is coming from the senate and history dot com while the burglars awaited their arraignment in federal district court. The fbi launched an investigation of the incident. The dog had reporting to washington post journalist. Bob woodward and carl bernstein raised questions and suggested connections between nixon's reelection campaign and the men awaiting trial in federal district court so bob woodward carl bernstein solving the case. Yeah cracking the case. For the clues scooby doing this being like them. Sorry ape lisbie equaling the white house. I don't know what to tell you. i don't know what to tell you. I don't want to go until they obviously knew like it was politically related. Because would you bug a phone in a political headquarters again. I think we talked a little bit about this. And the other episodes like they like there was like a a cloud of suspicion but like they were really the first ones to be like. No no. here's some the Kind of damning evidence decadence. Yeah so obviously as we said white house denied deny deny for the rest of pretty much. Nineteen seventy two in the nixon one Reelection easily that year but co-conspirators began to crack under the pressure of the cover up and an anonymous whistleblower named. Oh my god deep throat provided key information to woodward and bernstein i would prefer different codename this. I don't like that one at all. I don't think. I don't think that's our best. I think we could have done something different but we we could have done better work for sure. We definitely could've but anyways famously anonymous whistleblower hashtag eighth route was the person feeding information to these to washington post journalist who basically were part of the catalyst that started tying all of this to the white house now. Let's talk about the trial. So on january tenth nineteen seventy-three the trial of the watergate. Burglars and two accomplices began after weeks of testimony. Chief federal district. Judge john siracusa breast skepticism. That all of the facts in the case had been revealed. Okay leading onto something And i should be told that is five. Men pleaded guilty in two or convicted by jury. Judge shirker urged those awaiting sentencing to cooperate with these soon to be established. senate select committee. I love him. The senate is like we have to have a committee for this. Set it up. Set it up so with that. Let's talk about the creation of the senate select committee on february fifth. Nineteen seventy-three senator. Edward kennedy offered senate resolution sixty to establish a select committee on presidential campaign activities to investigate campaign activities related to the presidential election of nineteen seventy two so edward kennedy was introduced. This idea to ya. Let's create a committee to actually look into what happened in. Nineteen seventy two. Something seems nefarious. very in. Is things rotten in the state of dc traditionally the sponsoring member presides over inquiry majority leader. Mike mansfield wanted to avoid the possibility that the committee would seem unduly partisan because of kennedy's presidential aspirations and instead offered the chair to senator sam ervin of north carolina. Great sorta like this. Let's set this up. This could seem political. End like above board to put somebody else in place which i'm like. Bless of interest. Give obsessed well-qualified the investigation. Senator irvine irvine earlier but urban was a former north carolina. Supreme court justice a self-proclaimed quote country lawyer with a degree from harvard law school and widely regarded as the senate's constitutional expert Gorgeous grower gis at seventy six years old. He did not aspire to the presidency key. His reputation among his senate colleagues was according to the secretary of the senate. Frank veglio quote unassailable. So he agreed character. Everybody liked him. As chairman of the constitutional rights subcommittee of the judiciary committee. Senator irvine had investigated a number of issues. Important to the watergate scandal including surveillance and wiretapping. So this is qualified. Cope occupied no conflict of interest. Not just here for the constitution here for democracy. That's it seventy six years old. On february seventh nineteen seventy-three the senate voted unanimously to create the select committee. The resolution empowered or democrats and three republicans to subpoena witnesses and materials provided them with a five hundred thousand dollar budget and required them to submit a final report by february twenty eighth nineteen seventy four like a pretty long time virginia a year. Yeah but you're your which i guess is like you're gonna investigate something like yeah. Take their ticket type. Investigate airport the yeah. The resolution granted the committee the power to investigate the break-in and any subsequent cover-up of criminal activity as well as quote all other illegal improper or unethical conduct occurring during the presidential campaign of nineteen seventy-two including political espionage and campaign finance practices broad. They're like if it if it smells funny. Go and investigate it. You go look at it honey. If it doesn't smell right you take a look. I'm obsessed with that. So let's let's talk about nixon. I mean.
"five hundred thousand dollar" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing
"Director of sustainability at nova chemicals and jeremy wallich partner at mckinsey. These experts on sustainability are at the forefront of research and innovations to help us achieve ambitious climate and circularity goals. Subscribe today so you don't miss this and other engaging discussions on how we can address one of the most practical challenges of our time Hot housing market with buyers often overbidding sellers or seeing gains. Well above the price they originally paid and the first quarter. The median gain was more than seventy thousand dollars close to a new high. According to the real estate data tracker atom those gains would normally be taxable but a standing exemption means that sellers can avoid having to hand over a big chunk of that money. Dunkel sam like a lot of tax rules. Things can get complicated really quickly. So we asked our tax reporter. Laura saunders to come on the show and break it down for us laura. Thanks for being here. Thanks for having me so laura. There's a lot to digest in this tax exemption. So could you first explain how home sellers will be taxed without the exemption in the united states. A lot of people save a good bit of money in their houses and say that you bought a house for four hundred thousand dollars many years ago and you sell it for seven hundred thousand dollars that would mean that you would have a gain of three hundred thousand dollars now. They're nuances and exceptions. But four hundred thousand selling for seven hundred thousand gain of three hundred thousand that would be taxed at capital gains rates and those rights currently are up to twenty three point eight percent and could go higher and the fact that this exemption exists means that most people who sell most houses. They live in the united states. Don't that tax she. How exactly does the exemption change the math for home sellers. Well it changes it in a good way. There is an exemption of two hundred fifty thousand dollars of profit that is gained for single filers and five hundred thousand dollars of gain that is prophet for mary couples filing jointly. So that means that most home sellers in the us won't capital gains taxes on the of their primary residence and as we know home prices have been going up a lot in recent months. Seems like this exemption could really be important for a lot of people. I think it's very important. Certainly without it. People would owe tax or maybe a lot of tax. The very hot sellers market but yes. This exemption keeps people from doing a lot of tax on the sale of their home and a lot of people save a lot of money in their homes and so this is a welcome break for them. Missile this applies to anybody. Who's selling a home. Yes if it's their home and they've lived there It's you know if it's a rental property or something like that. It's not your home to to get this exemption which congress granted you need to have owned the house for two years and lived in it for two years the living part doesn't have to be continuous. It's not two years straight. It could be a month here a month there. The rules get a little bit tricky about what is residents the homeowner needs to live in the house and use it as his residence If you have a duplex and you ran out half of the home then the part that you live in gets the exemption but the part that you rent out is that's a rental property it doesn't get the exemption all of this is explained in. Irs publication five twenty three and if people are interested. I urge them to get it. Because it's really pretty clear now. They're also some tricky rules about this exemption. Regarding improvements that homeowners have made to their house before selling. Can you walk through those well. That's really important too. Because this exemption was passed by congress in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven it was not indexed for inflation in some markets people are bumping up against the exemptions limits. So people look for ways to lessen their profit so they'll lessen their taxes or maximize their exemption and One thing you get to do is including your basis. That is the point at which you start to measure gain you including your basis things like improvements to the home if you added on if you did major landscaping things like that. If you put in new age fax systems or something all those costs can be used to raise your basis and lower. Your profit also thinks like some certain legal fees or your brokers commissions and this. This could be more important. As i said people selling high end properties start to bump into the limits of the two hundred fifty thousand or five hundred thousand dollar. You don't get to raise your basis due to repairs only improvements and so the improvement would be adding on to the house. Repair would be just a new paint job inside but there are nuances here as well. I urged people to go to publication. Five twenty three and look at the difference between repairs and improvements for instance. I would think that putting a new roof on your home would be a repair but the irs allows you to call it an improvement. And that's much better now. What happens if the net gain on the sale of a home exceeds the exemption meaning. Your prophet was more than two hundred and fifty or five hundred thousand exemption level in that case You owe capital gains tax on the amount above that and some people in higher brackets might even a three point eight percent surtax on that part of the game. So it's important to understand this exemption and you can get it as often as every two years but is one of the largest single tax breaks that most people will ever have so is a good idea not to mess it up and to get good tax help before you do a sale not after okay so if somebody moves a couple of times and they sell their primary residence they can get this exemption more than once. Yes they can. That was not true under the law before nineteen ninety-seven but you can take this break as often as every two years if you meet all the requirements and before we go some listeners might have heard about president biden's plan to change the capital gains tax rate with the changes he's proposing affect the exemption for many people. Well it probably wouldn't affect the change for many people but it certainly would affect that change for some people who who live in high cost who have large gains on their homes. Maybe because they've lived in for a long time the rule there is that a portion of the game. That's able that is above one million dollars. If you have total income of a million dollars you might have to pay at like a forty. Three point. Four percent rate on that portion. So if you had a gain in part of it was below a million and part of it was above a million. You'd pay the extra on the part above a million all right. That's wall street journal reporter laura laura. Thanks for coming on the show. Thanks so much for having me in that money briefing. Im jr waylon for the wall street journal..
"five hundred thousand dollar" Discussed on Real Estate Rookie
"Many things maybe different. But that's a good point to either right because like we bought a property right now that we're doing rehab on this our first term until were doing the birth strategy and we salute the inspection but everything. He pointed out in the inspection report. It's like oh it doesn't matter because we're gonna replace that anyway so if you know you're going into a full rehab. Maybe the inspection isn't as important. Yeah i looked at a duplex next to the one. I own that i tried to buy off market and it would have been a full gut rehab. That might be the only situation where i might. Not get inspections. I'm gonna replace right everything anyway. Yes i think between ryan and tony said is that you're going to do an inspection if you don't plan on doing a lot of repairs it's worth the money to get that inspection done but if you're going to gut the thing and take it apart anyways. What's the point in getting an inspection. Would i have done is. I do have a walk-through like you guys have. You have your contractor. Go through with the inspector. I've done where just say you know i. I'm not going to hold the contingency. I just want my contractor to at least go through it and then if there was for some reason you know major termite damage or extreme mold that i had somehow missed during when i looked at the property that i would just lose my five hundred thousand dollar deposit and walk away from that but right now i offer. I'm making. I'm not doing an inspection at all. Tony ashley if you don't mind are there any when it comes to inspections are there any deal breakers for either view for me. It would be foundation issues. Because i wouldn't know where to start yet on how to fix that. And so but i do know you can't be afraid because there's always a way to fix something and maybe i could turn into the foundation expert. Vile the houses with asian issues. But i guess. I should say i don't care to learn about that process of how that is handled and taken care of. I guess i wouldn't say that there's anything in an inspection that return me away. I think it's just more so we'll get a discount. That's equal to the size of the problem. That i'm given so so that there is a foundation issue and as long as my general contractor says that he can fix it and that that the cost required to get it fixed still mixed the deal work. Then i think i'd be okay with it ryan. I want to go back to what you said. Though because you you had a rocky start to your investing career ride where you super over leveraged on this house. You ended up selling it at a loss. I think that's like the thing that scares so many people from getting started is that they have this deal. That goes badly. How did you not let that experience. Like just stop you in your tracks like how did you persevere passed that initial failure somewhat still say real estate. Investing is what i wanna do. I think it was. Because i saw the potential and i accept the fact that i made mistakes. The financial loss wasn't because of real estate itself. It was because i made some bad decisions. I didn't know what i didn't know. And i had seen benefits from like. I said just from simply house hacking before i had any idea. What house hacking was i saw that. Hey i can reduce my monthly mortgage.
Why 98% of Businesses Never Break $1 Million in Sales
"Yes. The first thing you want to look at right is the plan. I talked about that earlier right and get it out of your head. You know what you wanna do. It's in your head. It doesn't have to be perfect. It just has to get on paper because once you realize when it's on paper you can see 'em mitt charging when i need to charge. Seventy nine percent of small businesses are undercharging for their product and service. I know everyone that's listening right now. You know you need a pay raise because you pulled that pricing out of your hiney. Let's be clear we all pull it out of her honey. What is dennis charge. What a charge. What is bomb charge. When was jim charge. I'm gonna charge this basma. Nothing nothing to do with your pricing. So i go through a formula. 'cause even my business when i first started right i was undercharging. Five dollars right. Which doesn't sound like a lot of money but five dollars times three hundred customers. Right was fifteen hundred dollars a month. I was losing times twelve months. That was eighteen thousand dollars a year. I was losing and that was off a one service. So you you look at. You're losing money because you won't take the time to get clear on what it is. You're doing eighty eight percent of small businesses. Don't hit that hundred thousand dollars. We can go get jobs. One hundred grand. So i want to if you're going to do this and if you're going to sacrifice your time your money your retirement account hawk your home right. Get a home mortgage max out your credit cards. Let's do it right so it's looking at. Who is the ideal client back in the day as a hairdresser i was like where do i find my ideal qualified customer. So we all know our avatar and you put together but the missing piece that i see is you. Don't get clear on how much money they make. And how much disposable income. They have doesn't matter if i make one hundred grand if i'm spending two hundred gram it doesn't matter how much five hundred thousand dollars if you're spending five hundred fifty thousand dollars so do they have the ability to swipe that card and pay your prices and services. You'll grow your business quicker and faster if you get really clear. So i'm really clear who my avatar is
"five hundred thousand dollar" Discussed on The Schmidt List
"Pager on your company. It's not necessary. But it. Asian help your first surges again to get somebody excited about you. The the whole goal with fundraising is to get to the next step. Okay you're i e mail to me like i answered the hello at bread and butter ventures account your i e mail. I'm not gonna write you back and say here's a five hundred thousand dollar check your that'd be nice. That'd be great so this works. What you want out of your email is to get a meeting in. That's true at whatever stage your and so don't forget that don't forget that the goal is to get someone excited to us that next meeting. So is that a common mistake in pitch decks when people send them over. Is the missing financials. Are there any other things that see our common mistakes that people either gloss over or spend too much time on the in those decks when you when those early say and and to clarify you don't necessarily need to send your financials over intel. You're asked for them then. Ready use them to put up your deck so okay. The number one mistake i see people make is mass emailing investors wendy mass email it is essentially a signal that you don't really you're not really tracking response. You don't really care if i respond. You haven't done research to figure out is it. My sector is at my stage anything like that. It is significantly better to email personally email twenty investors than spam email. One hundred set a huge mistake. I can see that because again. You wanna know who's giving you the money to so even if you were to get you wanna know the right people that i want to be beholden to these things so yeah i can see not allow sure. Yeah you can get an email of big list of emails and just send out spam stuff. Just guy get unlinked in all the time. Like here's thirty dollars our dev for you. Great but but yeah to your point. The doesn't seem like they're that serious if they're not taking the time to do the research on the financial group that they're reaching out to the investment group and understanding what they're all about. It's not going to be a really short conversation on your end anyway. The other thing. I would say that people do is they. Don't give you any information. The essentially say i've got i've got a really cool startup for you growing really fast. Let me know if you want to know more which is natural. Because i think it's a natural thing that entrepreneurs when they first start feel like they need to protect every aspect that i was going to be my next question for you. Yeah no investor's going to sign an nda with you. Yeah that's why. I wanted to because even in the work that we do..
"five hundred thousand dollar" Discussed on Passive Income Project
"A really quick math one. But as you said if you do that math alvarez over seventy or eighty or even naughty again more importantly there yet in needs really focus on that debt repayment and managing. Your cash loyd is the most critical pot getting that down like being really intention with how you spending without wise so he can get this or not. You can start that investing a guy. So that's you right now and you're thinking out need to listen to the rest of this podcast his to phospholipid to the last two minutes and listen to the last two minutes. I'll talk through a video training. Its around the four factors you need to maximize your cash flow follow that watch that because those things in place will help you. Yes superchargers saving now. All right so that's step one. We're to be building eric reid. We've got crates productive. Spice to what do we do. Now yes let me go about setting up. Investment loan or line of credit sometimes use basically an investment larne that is secured against your harm. That is using some of that productive. Equerry agree i guy. So let's say that five hundred thousand dollar mortgage against a million dollar home at bay that you borrow another one hundred thousand dollars on top so the total debt is six hundred thousand five hundred thousand is still your mortgage and hundred thousand dollars is invested debt which takes me to step three jump straight to the next one is then using that hundred thousand dollars to buy a portfolio. Build your portfolio. So this is where. We're talking about getting tom to work for you sooner. Because you're not having your saying co. I've got some productive space so let's get tom working for us right now. This is critical. Yeah and martin obey that your in applies rotten now where you've got that hundred thousand or two hundred thousand productive space. You might be at seventy percent on the dot and the next five thousand that you pay down. You could borrow it five thousand personally. I like to get down to sixty five percent. And then stop from their new malabar up to seventy percent and really this comes down to understanding your appetite for risk as well like how comfortable you are how you sleep at not a you might actually prefer having ya a ceiling of twenty percent thirty percent extra comfort. Yes a montano tops..
"five hundred thousand dollar" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks
"You've got to get your clerks in your secretary's a gotta get them schooled up a little bit like you know just a reminder for everybody microsoft word keeps all the ads so you know you need to clear those out before sending out word documents in fact never sent out a word document nevers. Don't dumb no and even when you're doing a pdf doing a black highlight across the text. Oftentimes doesn't work. Because it's still text underneath and has just highlighted black. You can still copy and paste everything so yes images images of the way to go people. Let's go back to gifts to the way it always minton. Nfc of your document. And i love this. Twitch will act on serious offenses that happen off platform so now if you are a twitches of liberty and a twitter douche they're gonna come after you and say no no no no. No no. You can't do that so they're gonna start following you around. I guess and i don't joke if they're gonna they're not gonna follow you around if it's reported to them that you've done something very bad for them to continue to provide a platform than they will stop doing. So okay okay. Well we'll see how this goes but yeah it's like it. I i think it's a good stance to take person. I'm one hundred percent on board. I i don't think that. I don't think anybody should just provide platforms to everybody you know. And these are all publicly traded companies a twitches owned by amazon have a fiduciary responsibility to continue to make me money and putting whatever that fucking logan guys on their platform when he continues to do really stupid. Things is not a way to make me money so knocking off. So that's going to be interesting when you think about it's like okay. I signed up for the terms of service on platform. A i got a platform be which has a completely different set of terms of services. Then that don't doesn't jive one hundred percent with service a but if i'm doing something on service be that breaks the service as terms of service. Then service ache and kick me off. Which is it's an interesting thought. Experiment to see how this is gonna play out and You know did. They change their terms of service to say. Hey you have to abide by these terms of service on the internet for the rest of your life because that's what it's kinda what it boils down to. Well i mean yeah it does it. It is interesting but at the end of the day you know what. What do you say jason. You don't build your house in somebody else's backyard. Yeah that's true. These are all backyards. People all that they can decide that you don't get to play here anymore. Yep so spin up your own server and build it yourself. Oh wait but your going to be on somebody else's backyard probably amazon's amazon's or microsoft's or google's yep yep the days of just going by an e. machine fries and plugging it in long-gone sadly long gone now but what's not long gone is yet another clubhouse rip off my god another week another clubhouse facebook is testing hotline which is basically a mashup of clubhouse and instagram live. So you can do basically the same thing but now that has video woo hoo crappy things that are crappy together exactly great. just what. I'm looking for this. Facebook really feel. I wonder man there flounder. Oh yeah facebook is. Facebook has a shelf life at this point. As far as i'm concerned they're they're going to be fine for another decade or so but we're gonna see influence wane and at some point there will believe it or not not much of a facebook left. It'll probably just be an ad- engine. Yeah and all the kids are gone man. So it's like you know anybody that it's everybody's parents now. Nobody you know young wants to be on it so as these will. Maybe they'll come back as they get older but they have to age out of snappin instagram even though they still use instagram which is technically facebook but physically proper is not doing too well in the can't innovate. And that's that's the real problem. Here is facebook has come up with one thing. And even that was kind of stolen from my space came up with facebook from friendster which was stolen from friendster which was on and on and on and on so there is no innovation in there. Hasn't been for a very long time over at facebook and that's going to be the death of them There's only so many times that Well right now they basically existed monopoly and we need some some actual attention being paid to that at some point and when that happens i don't know what their business model is anymore because right now it's intimidate imitate or steel. That's it that's what they got or require or acquire you. But i think that's one of the things that they were saying that The reason that they're trying to do their own as because everybody is under a microscope. Right now with antitrust so Acquisitions are kind of off the table. For a lot of these people they acquire. Do we have any codes left or you just all ad sales people. Hey go over there. Yeah come you write some code. Make us a thing. Make us a thing because the thing that does that thing. Yeah my favorite company. Pinterest is in the news Yeah they've been sued out of existence for basically flouting copyright across the entire internet. No well no. They've actually announced a five hundred thousand dollar. Creators fund. A creator code content policy in new moderation tools. So hold on a second. Insurance doesn't fucking have content not their own but they but they do. Do you know you're on the hook for whatever you post up there. But yeah god i was like i would like a large chunk of this money to create things by going around the internet and bit stealing other people's things that'd be great and yes it will i you gotta steal the image. Then you have to steal the quote to marry the two into a terrible inspirational poster then posted to pinterest. That's how it works. It is you know it's it's transformative. Brian transformative yeah so Yeah the the creator code. You have to agree to be kind. Check your facts be aware of triggers practice inclusion and do no harm nowhere in there does it say don't steal other people's shit. Well that would be. There'd be no business model for which opinion that. Yeah that'd be a very short lived company but not aware of triggers. Oh god i triggered by peter thiel. How's that is my view to. He came out saying the china's going to use. Bitcoin is a financial weapon against it. Probably will at some point. But i was. I was about to say as much as we hate. Peter thiel on and we do. Don't get me wrong. We both do There's always a kernel of truth in the bullshit that he speaks. Oh yeah you don't get to be that rich without being right a lot of the time but what's not right..
Major League Ump Wins Defamation Suit Against Former Mets Catcher
"Major league baseball umpire. Joe west has been awarded. Five hundred thousand dollars in a defamation lawsuit against former player paula. Duca he sued the duca in two thousand nineteen after ladoga set on a podcast. That former new york. Mets teammate pitcher. Billy wagner bribed west into giving him a bigger strike zone by supposedly letting him use his vintage chevrolet. Car
Kylie Jenner's $500G donation helps launch lounge for teen cancer patients
"So kylie jenner is doing something really cool. She donated five hundred thousand dollars for a lounge for teen cancer patients at children's hospital at vanderbilt. She funded the hey. I'm here for you teen lounge in honor of her friend harry hudson. He's a singer songwriter. Who got diagnosed with hodgkin's lymphoma in two thousand seventeen and his texas. This tennessee facility offers whole bunch of activities for young cancer. Patients including game and movie room rumored meditation room and more. So it's nice that she's doing something like that
"five hundred thousand dollar" Discussed on The Dental Marketer
"Banker again and my application. Just scott It in somewhere. So i i ended up going with wells. Fargo young. yeah so then you alone. Could i ask The what was the amount and the in. Yeah saw on five hundred thousand dollar loan. Which i think. Honesty is a little too little for my area. But i tried to be conservative and i could always take out a little more. It's needed and The interest rate was three point three percent for ten years. But the little caveat is construction they charge you seven percent interests and the way they explained that is because i have a loan officer that i communicate with frequently and she Disperses all the payments and cheap supposedly law. And they're like because you have this other person working with you doing work. That's why they increase their interest for that period. Though the person working with you as the general contractor who know it's it's person from wells fargo and basically she authorizes all the treatments. Oh okay and like. I give her forms. She sends it back to me in verses. Everyone so this this is. The person is in different person from my original binker. Okay and then. So how much was your. Was this a bill. Doubt like or did you occupy shell build out so itself reclaims reclaims boyfriend always has like that word reclaims Woodshop in a really nice retail storefronts face in brooklyn and like the northern part of glen and lift. I've walks away which is amazing and Yeah and it's very industrial. Has like high ceilings wooden beams foes brick and the address. What the bill. That was which was. Yeah so. I think it's going to be around. I was floated around. Like two seventy. But there's an allowance of thirty thousand. So might michael over. God's you guys to and then how many op. Steve plan to heaven. So it's gonna be eight opportunities only coming in our three eight opera in the who'd you go with for your equipment. So i went with a smaller company calls m. essel there's located in quizzed and my boyfriend's doesn't He works at about twenty. Different offices is like traveling ended honest and one of the offices he works out he has a really good relationship with with owners and they really recommended them highly in psalm. So that's why i'm working some. It's m and s you said yep and ends astle s dental in. How much did you like spend on equipment. I wanna say like fifty thousand. But not i think fifty thousand. I didn't get. I got forest chairs. I didn't get anything like to over the top. I really wanted ada chairs but literally double the price. So you i just i had to keep my budget a little more narrow. So then what was. Do you have a budget breakdown. Like do you have okay. This is my budget for equipment is in my budget for. It or technology. This is my budget for marketing. Do you have so. The funny thing is wells. Fargo told me to make a budget way in the beginning. But it's nothing like i thought it would be so why house he could tell you 'cause it's hard to know the prices when you haven't talked yet him to give you a quote on i mean i could tell you for icy. I think i'm spending around twenty five thousand for equipment around probably gonna be in total. Let's say like eighty thousand short. But i don't really have like a set budget yet. We can presume who'd you go with for it. I went with a smaller company again to a recommendation from my boyfriend. It's it's actually a really that because he works in so many offices people's brains it's called soft fusion. It soft fusion id okayed. They sound familiar. But possibly gotcha gotcha okay saw fusion And then right now. Have you started hiring employees interviewing or anything or no think it's too early. That's what i personally think. I feel like if i start hiring now. It's it's still three months out. So i dunno i. I was thinking of putting ads out in A april amend. Actually one of the associates workless in my other office. She says that she has a friend that lives in brooklyn and she's actually executives from another country but she's an assistant which i think was amazing so she gave me her phone number south. I'm planning on connecting with her soon. How many employees to have at the beginning. I would say three. I think wanting front desk and to assistance. Like to partisans in the reason i want to is god forbid one of them has a sick day or something. I don't wanna be without assistant. So i think i prefer to have two part time. Yeah has it been pretty tough. Maybe maybe your boyfriend minority your associates or maybe but it's been tough like finding people leave kurd. I've heard yes yes. I've heard that even in my own offices we haven't we haven't hired new front desk in months and we need one. Apparently like there's no one out there. That's what that's what i've heard. I've heard the candidates elections really rough right now and Let's definitely worries me a little. But now we'll see and then who'd you go with for like architect and construction things like that so Actually i have a fun story about this I googled like dental a construction company in new york city and i found this major. Dental construction firm called beacon so I contact the non. They seemed great and they gave me a cool for construction for five hundred thousand dollars and i was like honestly. That's the size of my loan. Like there's no way. I could afford that so then i reached out semi wells fargo bank guard on my cage. You have any recommendations for dental architects. And he gave me a name. His name is james shy and that's working with now and they were able to gaming almost half the cost. It's pretty crazy so you really have to like do your research. Yeah more like asking for like you. Asking other people right like network. Yeah that's kind of. That's kind of a bus way. How construction been so far for you. Knock on wood. 'cause i've heard it's a nightmare for some people but might might architect was able to what we did was we tried some push out signing the lease so that i could get permits Permits take awhile so right. After i signed the lease started construction week. And a half. After which i heard like the not common and I haven't had any issues. Really knock.
Two Teenage Girls Charged With Murder, Carjacking of Uber Eats Driver
"To girls they. Just thirteen and fifteen were charged with murdering carjacking. Pakistani immigrants killed last week working at his job delivering food and washington. Dc in an incident. A bystander captured on video. Mohammad anwar age sixty six died when police said the girls armed with a taser sped off in his car is he clung to the driver's side with the door opened and crashed seconds later. Just outside the ballpark of the washington. Nationals video posted on saturday shows he encountered unfolding in a minute and a half ending with unwise honda accord on its side. The goes climbing out and a fatally injured anwar sprawled and motion lists on the sidewalk. 'i sunday afternoon. The video had been seen at least five point. Five million times on twitter. Police did not identify the juvenile suspects. One of whom is from the district of columbia and the others from neighboring fort washington maryland anwar who lived in suburban springfield virginia and it was at his delivery job for uber eats when he was killed was go fund. Me post has a quote. Hardworking pakistani immigrants who came to the united states to create a better life for him and his family unquote. The gofundme campaign launched on behalf of his family had raised more than five hundred thousand dollars by yesterday afternoon to cover the cost of a funeral and to provide for his
"five hundred thousand dollar" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®
"Work. Who are you when you're going out for that role if you're an actor right. Who are you when you are doing this work in this world. Step into being that person. Another great example of this is carey grant. I just recently heard this on a podcast. And i went and looked it up so cary grant. It's this debonair leading man. Everyone if you don't know who cary grant is go look on net flicks and watch some movies. He is one debonair. Handsome leading man who's incredibly charismatic. But he came from bristol. England from a very modest family with a single mother. Not this lying dashing. Leading man okay. And this quote is really fabulous. He says cary grant says. I pretended to be somebody. I wanted to be and i finally became that person or he became me or at some point in time we met so she had this person this imagined a man in his mind and he started to become him through taking on attributes of that person pretending to be that person now. Some people argue that. It's not pretending that's faking it till you make it. You can't fake it to make. It can't pretend. I don't splice things that way. Quite frankly cary grant was pretending okay. When i first bought the fancy clothes i was pretending and then i stepped into it but i i am magic and and i owned it and claimed and you can do that very quickly and it's not. It's not faking it. It's acting as if you were that person acting as if you are that person and you're using them props and you're using your imagination to help you with that and clothing helps you channel it. It's an actualization process. Think of clark. Kent becoming superman he puts on his cape. What's your cape. I used to talk about my power boots guy. I put on my powerbooks and i remember when someone asked me. Show me photos you power. Twenty power boots. Look like in. I i showed her. And then you know people have different versions of this one of my clients. It's jeans and a white linen shirt. That's her vision of having made it. Okay and she is now gone from thirty four thousand dollar contracts to five hundred thousand dollar contracts to nine hundred thousand dollar contracts. She now has a multi million dollar business and an. She's not being someone she's not activating who she truly is. Both a nice linen shirt. Those are nice jeans. She feels great in that. So this is part and parcel of the process here and you know you have to start evaluating what your style is do it. I in your machination but don't be afraid to go buy the.
"five hundred thousand dollar" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast
"Thirty one eight two at a small apartment complex right. Let me pause you there. Because there's a lot of questions that i want to ask for the benefit of the audience These are things. I've learned over the years and it's not what you would think on the surface so first thing folks is in new york. We use attorneys for everything right. The attorney that's handling your closing is not necessarily a qualified intermediary. there are specific q. Is that you need to work with that will preserve your exchange. Don't think just because if you close and it goes money goes into your attorneys escrow account that you're covered that is not the case actually prohibited by law because they have a relation to you. They're doing your closing okay. They have to be totally unrelated. It always to you by family and business now. Does it have to be a from your state or can it be a i from anywhere. Though since ten thirty what is a federal statute. it could be see where it's going to be processed exactly to say okay now we go ahead. And we're we're setting this up. We contact dave. Axes are q y The transaction closes. And i wanna take you know a have a five hundred thousand dollar game and i wanted to take a hundred thousand dollars because i want to go on a trip around the world then i want to save the other. Four hundred can do that or does all the money have to go into the. That's another beautiful strategy. It's what we call a partial exchange or the spouse pleaser. Because you could take that hundred thousand you're going to be taxed on that but you'll still shelter for remain four hundred thousand game so what opportunity to periodically spin off a little bit to live on death so people get his mode. Get a lot of fixing flippers. Right yes so. Fixing dixie and flipping doesn't qualify for ten thirty one treatment because your intent is not to hold the property..
Learn How To Transition Investment Properties Without Paying Any Taxes
"Welcome everyone to the cassandra properties podcast episode. Today that we think is going to really deliver a significant significant amount of value. We're gonna be talking ten thirty one exchanges by one of the best in the business. We have dave foster who's the founder of the ten thirty one investor. He's a self proclaimed deal junkie and we. We had a little back and forth banter. Going before the podcast. So i think we're going to have a little fun today. Dave we doing. It's awesome to be here. James and it's awesome to be warm you doing well. It's ask it's awesome to be here and it's not what he's he opened up. The opening bali was. What does that. you're wearing a vest. I don't wear vests these down in saint petersburg florida and i'm up here freezing my butt off in staten island new york. So you know. I've i've actually spent a bit of time down in florida. I was on the east coast. And i did some investing in north palm beach and singer island. Excuse me singer island. What's the market like down there today. Florida like every player in the country's booming it's all just booming a relative term no You know what is someone's entry point for mom-and-pop real estate is another person's palace and so it's really interesting and actually a lot of our work with ten thirty one. These days is transitioning investors from these highly appreciated areas. Your neck of the woods california where there's no cash flow of able for people that want on rental real estate and cash load. But there's these knicks of the woods. Where you can still find things that are that will cash flow from florida overpriced right from california that the floor is cheap. Thinking the neighborhood right so this would be a good place for us to jump off from what i understand. You moved your family from denver to tamper using the section twenty one homestead exemption and there's a lot of folks picking up and moving from state to state today. Can you speak to the audience about twenty one home. Said yeah. Exactly so actually. That's kind of the other side of real estate and we actually used both the ten thirty one end at one twenty one so the one. Twenty-one is for the house that you live in when you buy abuse of property move into with your family and live there so that when you sell it you lived in the last five years. It has a married couple. You want to take the first five hundred thousand in profit tax free and you get a two that once every two years so when nari tells us the national association of realtors tells us that the average person stays in house five to eight years. That means that her nine times in your life you have the opportunity to sell an asset at take money tax free now best mogollon now about half a million dollar exemption. If it's your primary residence is wonderful but the on not half a million dollar exemption over your basis in profit. You're not eligible for ten thirty one correct. That is absolutely correct. Hands the other shoe. That's about to drop the ten thirty one exchange exist for investment real estate and with the thirty one you can sell investment real estate. That's highly appreciate it or that. You deeper shade a lot on your taxes by new investment real estate and you get to indefinitely deferred the payment of the tax now james. We talked about dancing girls the beginning of the show. You better have been reserved. Because if i go to my next statement with you it's going to be all over. The ice cream is off the milk. And we're gonna have to shut it down because no one's gonna listen but there is a way to combine section one twenty-one and ten thirty one if you have more than five hundred thousand dollar profit let's say you got a million dollars in profit. You could sell that and you could take your first five hundred thousand tax rate okay. Nice but no big deal day. I want to eliminate the other five thousand. So what can i do. I step move out of that property. Go by your ex partner residents right now go read a property go to home exchange for a year whatever turn that primary residence in to investment property at it a year later. You're going to sell now. You're selling and investment property. Aren't you at. That's what the law requires. Forgive thirty treatment. So you're going to do a ten thirty one exchange but you're gonna take five hundred thousand dollars if what we would call boot. Normally boot is taxable but wait. Did you also live in that property for two out of the previous five years absolutely did so the first five hundred thousand dollars is tax-free the rest of it goes a deer. Ten thirty one exchange to go buy new real estate and you've effectively deferred or eliminated a million dollars a game index.
Investigations Continue as Questions About the Capitol Riot Remain Unanswered
"There are still a lot of questions about other individuals involved in the attack on the as well as the organization and planning behind it fbi's investigating whether foreign governments groups are individuals may have funded extremists who helped plan and execute the january six attack fbi sources telling nbc news that the bureau is examining payments of five hundred thousand dollars in bitcoin apparently by french national two key figures and groups in the alt-right before the riot kind of weird also know the fbi collected thousands of phone and electronic records connected to people at the scene of the rioting including many records from the members of congress and staff members. Who were there. That day. Senator sheldon whitehouse and several fellow. Democrats have called for senate ethics committee. Look into the behavior of the republican colleagues. Tech josh hawley. In relation to the events of january six and today democratic congressman. Eric swallow of california actually filed a lawsuit. And it's the second lawsuit on this on these actions. This lawsuit accuses former president. Donald trump his son. Donald trump junior republic rudy giuliani republican congressman mo brooks of alabama of violating federal civil rights law and local incitement laws with their speeches at that rally near the white house in the morning of january six lawsuit. Alleges the capital attack was quote a direct and foreseeable consequence the defendants false incendiary allegations of fraud and theft and indirect presponse. The defendants calls for violence. Gerstein is a senior legal affairs reporter at politico where he has been covering the arrest of trump appointing federico klein and he joins me now. Josh i saw this story and obviously this guy was like particularly high up the state department but it i read the story. I thought he had left. He was working there right like until the end of the trump term. That's right chris. I was told. He tendered his resignation on january nineteenth. So that's two weeks after the storming of the capital and it became effective a couple of days later. So i guess he was wandering around at foggy bottom knowing full well that he had taken part as the video appears to depict in this assault on the nation's capital on the congress. Tell us a little more about this individual. So he's forty two years old He served in the marine corps in iraq. According to his mother. I haven't been able to determine much in terms of a work history. He had a couple jobs on capitol hill about fifteen twenty years ago as an intern briefly working for the house. Small business committee but he seems to have sort of potted around to different Different kinds of posts before fetching up at the trump campaign in twenty sixteen. There are pictures on his facebook page showing him a working at trump tower. I believe on election night in two thousand sixteen with a couple of other young men there and then he managed to turn that into a political appointee job at the state department in this special assistant a position. Exactly what he did. There is also a little murky. I have to say. I spoke to a number of people last night. Who worked in this department at the state department office at the state department and a lot of them didn't know him or said they'd only met him briefly he seems to have ended up an office that handled brazilian and what they call the southern cone affairs. I think those are the andes countries and somebody told me he was eventually transferred a believe it or not chris to the freedom of information act office which is not usually the career trajectory. Most people in government are looking for this quote from his mother. Cecelia klein saying that fred's politics burn a little hot. She said i've never known him to violate the law. I believe is. He said he was on the mall that day. I don't have any neural. Ever ask him unless he tells me where where he was after he was on the mall.
Federico Klein Arrested: what we know about the Capitol riot
"We now know that in the mall that stormed the capital on january six pushing into the building in fighting. The police was at least one trump political appointee an active employee of the trump state department on that day. His name is federico klein. That's his picture there. He's forty two years old. He was until his resignation on january. Twenty first of this year a special assistant in the bureau of western hemisphere affairs klein entered trump's orbit tech analyst on the two thousand sixteen campaign he then joined the state department as a staff assistant with the trump transition team. According the fbi affidavit as of january sixth the day that this all went down insurrection. Klein also had an active top secret. Security clearance that same sixteen page f. b. i. Affidavit published today by the new york times reveals. That klein was present in some of the most grisly violent odd setting scenes at the capitol on january six. This image captured by surveillance. cameras shows. Climb in the red maga- hat along with other members of that insurrectionist mob entering a tunnel that leads to the doors the capitol building. You might remember. The police were stationed at the entrance. Desperately trying to use their bodies to keep them about body camera footage shows. That klein himself pushed his way to the front of the crowd. That is the trump administration official in the mob pushing his way to the front of the crowd physically and verbally engaging with officers attempting to stop the invasion it also captured klein violently shoving a riot shield towards the officers pushing it in between doors so they couldn't be closed. Federico klein continued to fight to breach the police line and enter the building. According to the affidavit until an officer deployed a chemical irritant spray also identified client in this publicly posted video from january. Sixth the trump administration official. Who still official. When you're seeing him here you'll see him in the center your screen and the red cap dark green jacket with his back to us. You may recognize that we've shown you pieces of the seen before because in the scene the mob violently tries to break through the police line at the entrance the building and you will hear climb it trump administration official encouraging members of the mob to come forward as reinforcements. I i i. A mob violently attempting to invade the capital. Stop the peaceful transfer of power. And that man frederick climb according to the fbi seen. They're on camera saying we need fresh people to help with the invasion on the day he's still working for the state department later on that same video. The fbi notes that we see further violent action from climb. You can see on the right side of your screen here pushing and shoving with the mob trying to break down the line police. Blocking the doorway the capitol right up against the officers right jailed. And he's visible again just a few minutes later. Struggling with officers pushing back with the shield is they keep trying to disperse the rioters attempting to stop the peaceful transfer of power sign was arrested yesterday. Charged with multiple felonies including assault on police officers interfering with police during civil disorder and obstruction of an official proceeding. New brief court appearance today conducted by phone. He was advised at two of the six charges. He's facing carry a maximum sentence of twenty years in prison. The fbi found interested federico klein thanks in part to tip from the public and the included his photo in a seeking information list posted online. They were able to verify identity and details about his actions through social media and videos like the ones we just showed you but there are still a lot of questions about other individuals involved in the attack on the as well as the organization and planning behind it fbi's investigating whether foreign governments groups are individuals may have funded extremists who helped plan and execute the january six attack fbi sources telling nbc news that the bureau is examining payments of five hundred thousand dollars in bitcoin apparently by french national two key figures and groups in the alt-right before the riot kind of weird also know the fbi collected thousands of phone and electronic records connected to people at the scene of the rioting including many records from the members of congress and staff members. Who were there. That day. Senator sheldon whitehouse and several fellow. Democrats have called for senate ethics committee. Look into the behavior of the republican colleagues. Tech josh hawley. In relation to the events of january six and today democratic congressman. Eric swallow of california actually filed a lawsuit. And it's the second lawsuit on this on these actions. This lawsuit accuses former president. Donald trump his son. Donald trump junior republic rudy giuliani republican congressman mo brooks of alabama of violating federal civil rights law and local incitement laws with their speeches at that rally near the white house in the morning of january six lawsuit. Alleges the capital attack was quote a direct and foreseeable consequence the defendants false incendiary allegations of fraud and theft and indirect presponse. The defendants calls for violence.
"five hundred thousand dollar" Discussed on Who Invited Her?
"Hi rita sorry were lay dame paper and a streaming service bravo shows like. They're doing like an all star housewives show really and they're moving it over to the peacock. Oh yeah they're doing like the to like best housewives from each franchise. They're all gonna live in a house in mexico together probably on the. It's on the peacock. So i don't know if you need to like stream that and i'm like i don't sub doing this to me stop Stop i know. I know god but in other news lady gaga dogs got found. Finally i didn't story but yeah we d rob have the full down new rods. Now i might know my mic. I know it's just okay. So i know we're doing the worst. We've only been talking about all the exciting stuff we love. But i know. No i was just gonna say we were about to talk about the lady gaga. Doug horrible it is okay. I know the guy. The guy that was shot is still recovering. So everyone has to remember. It's not just about the dogs no But he did get the dogs back. So i guess there was somebody that gave information because there was a reward. Who said she wasn't. She had nothing to do with it but she she knew yeah and they found the dogs. Don't expect well. There was an article that came out that they were like. It's a conspiracy theory that it's the right wing's kidnapped dogs because she sang at the accusation was like okay. Maybe i mean they're crazy enough all those all the trumpers. They're insanely crazy. So i had this. Which was that. She put that five hundred thousand dollar reward and she was like four. The dogs no questions asked. And i was like a human being was shot. Ask some questions questions asked her. She's taking care of his medical bill o. probably me. She was in rome filming a new movie. That's why she had. The guy was taking care of. The dogs is what i read..
"five hundred thousand dollar" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"It's seven thirty seven. Max is clear for a comeback in australia. Australia's s safety agency says. It's lifted a ban on boeing. Seven thirty-seven max. It says it's confident. The plane is safe. The aircraft was grounded around the world nearly two years ago after two deadly crashes but in recent months regulators have started approving its return after boeing may technical changes and promised additional training for pilots in the us seven thirty-seven. Max is already back in service. Simon owen fox news virginia could become the first southern states legalize marijuana. Lawmakers approved a bill for adult recreational use beginning in twenty twenty four the legislation. Now goes to governor ralph. Northam who supports legalization lady gaga. Stolen dogs have been found. But the case isn't closed yet the investigation is underway. Fortunately the dogs were recovered unharmed. A woman brought the two stolen french bulldogs to a police station. Just northwest of downtown. La say the woman appears unassociated and uninvolved in the robbery. Now this comes after. Millions of people got a good look at gaga to stolen dogs koji and gustav over the past few days. Now gonna rome shooting a movie but it didn't stop her from sharing multiple pictures of her pooches all over social media after they were stolen to offered five hundred thousand dollar reward for the return of her french bulldogs. No questions asked. Fox's christina coleman so fashion retailer. Fred segal has died. His publicist says. He died from complications of a stroke. Seagal opened his first shop in west. Hollywood in nineteen sixty one selling jeans and flannel andrew. A list fans including the beatles diana ross and elvis presley fred segal was eighty-seven armature and this is fox news. If people keep telling you to try meditation. And you're like when when i have time you should check out head. Space head. space is here to help. 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A sixty percents chance of rain between ten pm and five eight am low. Around forty five sunday mostly cloudy gradually becoming clear. Moderate gleaned at times reaching up to twenty miles per hour high near fifty five low near forty six. That's the latest weather checkout more news and weather on our website at hop lands newsfeed dot com better understand. Today's china zach taekwondo recommends. You explore the city within a city in its mega sized urban areas contrast take the train out into the countryside travel from a city like joe out towards the farmland is much akin to time travel as it is actual physical travel. He recommends how you can connect with the people of china for the pandemic has cancelled this year's mardi gras parties. Let's celebrate the season by exploring the origins of the old world traditions for carnival in venice. There's gorgeous costumes full gala palace parties. It's the greatest people watching period of the year and the rhineland of germany carnival and protestant regions boring on nonexistent. Because only the catholics know how to do it and get to love many types of cheese they make in france. It was really a wonderful thing to see that she's being born. It's a virtual party. The hour ahead on travel with rick steves. Hey i'm rick steves. I love art and in my new book. Europe's top one hundred masterpieces. I share my favorites with gorgeous photos and vivid descriptions it's a greatest hits sweep through history via the finest paintings sculpture and architecture ever. It's all in europe's top one hundred. Masterpieces aren't for the traveler. It's available now at rick. Steves dot com okay. You can't have a street party this year. But we can add a little sparkle. Dear socially distanced home celebration of mardi gras in the hour ahead. The origins of carnival street parties go deep into medieval europe. Today's travel with rick. Steves will hear how people in venice of celebrated masks and all since that thirteenth century. And how the faithful germany's rhineland have their own traditions. Blowing up some bacchanalian steam. Before the fasting days of lent begin also get advice for exploring lesser known destinations in china from a millennial americans made it his virtual second home. There's one stereotype about the french. That is true. Do love their cheeks. They even have a scene that a meal without cheese is like a beautiful woman with only wanna hurt by homage. It coming. I key mckenna. Kathy license grew up in wisconsin dairyland. She's explored the far corners of france to sample a great variety of artists and french cheeses. Where they were made and she writes about it in her book the whole from. Yeah well the. French are incredibly passionate about their cheese. And it's funny. You brought that saying up because one of the things that really struck me. I spent a lot of time. Of course traveling around france tasting cheeses and i also spent a lotta time. I was doing that staying in. Bnb's because i was in often very remote places where there weren't a lot of hotels. So i was staying in the homes of french people and they would go okay. So why are you here. Streets american lady. Oh you know in this little. Hamlet were no one ever comes and i would explain i was doing and they would invariably pull a cheese plate from the refrigerator. You know. it's just every french household. Has this this tradition ritual this thing that they do every day which is to eat cheese. They eat cheese after every evening meal. It's it's really quite extraordinary. Cheesehead from wisconsin. I was not. I do in fact own one. I don't like to admit to it. My my partners sisters sent me. One is a joke. When you're at christmas but no i was. I was fairly incognito. I was i'd rental cars. Typically because again. I was going to such out of the way places. I was going to places you couldn't get to by train kathy. When you went to these being new told them what you were doing. What exactly did you tell them you were doing. I said i was writing a book about french cheese. And that was to explain to american's the history and culture of french cheese. I think you know in this country. Have a lot of new artisan cheeses many of which are based on french. Originals but people often don't know the history and culture behind those cheeses and.
Woman Returns Lady Gaga’s Stolen French Bulldogs To Los Angeles Police
"Gaga to french bulldogs which were stolen by thieves. Who shot an injured. The dog walker had been recovered unharmed. Los angeles police captain. Jonathan tippett says. A woman brought the dogs to an lapd station. Friday evening lady gaga representatives and detectives went to the station and confirmed. They were her dogs. Tip it says it's not immediately clear. How the woman obtained the dogs but she's not believed to have been involved or associated with wednesday night's attack in hollywood that badly wounded the dog walker who is expected to recover lady gaga had offered a five hundred thousand dollar reward for the safe return of
Lady Gaga's dogwalker shot
"Gaga. Is french bulldogs. Were kidnapped at gun. Point and her dog walker was shot gaga announced that she is willing to offer five hundred thousand dollars. No questions asked in return for the dogs. Obviously awful not making light of it. But i saw that and i just want to say no question to ask your dog walker was shot. We should get to the bottom of that. I wanna throw a thousand dollars on top of it. But my caveat is i have a few questions like i i wanna get to the bottom of it a little bit
Chicago tops list of most corrupt city in US
"Report from the university of illinois claims that chicago is the most corrupt city of the us. Everyone sh blaming me for trying to get five hundred thousand dollars from lady gaga. That's your problem here The report is based on data from the justice department which looked at public corruption. Convictions between nineteen seventy six hundred nineteen during that period chicago had nearly eighteen hundred convictions. That's more than la That was number. Two new york was third and the report found that illinois is the third most corrupt state in the
Lady Gaga’s Dogwalker Shot, French Bulldogs Stolen In West Hollywood, Los Angeles
"Breezy story out of west hollywood lady gaga french bulldogs were targeted by thieves. Last night. they shot her. Dog walkers stole two of her french bulldogs now. According to tmz gaga is now offering five hundred thousand dollars for the return of her dogs. No questions asked the dog walker had three of her dogs out around ten pm when one gunman possibly more came up on him shot him took the dogs reports. Say the dog walker is expected to recover other reports say that he was shot up to four times. Jesus and then the third dog in the mix that dog ran off and luckily was recovered lady gaga currently by the way in rome shooting a movie and like we said five hundred thousand dollar reward. No questions
Lady Gaga offers $500K reward for return of French bulldogs after dog walker shooting and theft
"Lady gaga dog walker was out walking her three fringe bulldogs when dog napper's approach shot him four times in the chest and stole two of the dogs. One dog ran off and was rescued. So they are looking for koji and gustavo. The dogs french bulldogs five. Hundred thousand dollar reward. The dog walker was taken to the hospital in grave
"five hundred thousand dollar" Discussed on Behind The Lens
"Some of the software is in in. How can be used I think that there are definitely concerns. About how data will be shared in between law enforcement agencies. So the service. If it's if the city doesn't purchasing the software it will be primarily used by the eno pd however you will be available to any law enforcement agency in the parish y that gives pause some advocates that there are certain surveillance provisions that certain surveillance restrictions that recent past that apply to the pd. But don't necessarily apply to other police departments in the city so think about university police departments or the levee district police department or the housing authority of new orleans. Has its own police department. So suddenly these very powerful analytic tools and in all of this data will now be available to all these smaller police departments that aren't necessarily under a federal consent decree in have all those activities watched or have these regulations asked by the city council. So the way that that data is utilized by some of these other secondary police departments i think is some concern and this is something we just recently saw right michael. In another example the nfl pd had been in the city of been saying for years that they don't use facial recognition software and what that turned out to mean was that they didn't use their own facial recognition. Software didn't have their own they were asking federal and state partners to perform facial recognition or them so any any situation where there is you know there were. There is an interdepartmental sharing of data. These other departments could be performing the sort of intelligence and analysis on on this data n. These records that the nfl would be unable to because of city regulations or the federal consent decree or other things. I think that's a lot of the privacy concern. I think another. I think another privacy concern and michael. Maybe you can talk about this. A little bit is just the city's past experience with this sort of a data analysis. Software like we had for example with cowan. Tear a few years back under the under the landrieu administration. Yeah tell anyone who doesn't know the penalty history. Here here's c. Funded tech company that produces alive law enforcement software in for a while. The city was using a form of you know some. There's some argument whether it's the technically predictive policing but but it was an analytic tool that looks through data city data to try and figure out who was like most likely to be involved in future gun crime and that kind of went fairly unnoticed. I mean there's also argument about whether you know the city was intentionally keeping it a secret or whether people just didn't notice it was happening. But i think from a privacy advocates perspective. It was something that was kept from the public that we didn't know you was going on. And i want to kind of draw a line to a broader surveillance concern that that connects pounder with what we're looking at now. And that's the data that the police and the city have always collected for decades. And it's something that you know. We as side have agreed that will hand over to the city in the police so that our government can function in a certain way however using that data and compiling that data and using that data to to try and make conclusions about people if it was difficult to try and get all that together because these debt databases were so massive and it would have just taken a lot of man hours to go through all of those pieces of paper but now it's changing because you have software like pounds here like this powerful software. We're adding now that can make use of this data in ways that we've never been able to before so data collection that the government has always participated and has never necessarily pose a surveillance Concern in the past are now being used in new ways in utilized by berry very powerful ayla dick artificial intelligence back software you to make new conclusions and so we're that goes from here. I think that there's absolutely no concern among the advocates. That so i would add that that a lot of the concern comes from what is unknown and this and part of the reason that a lot of this is unknown. We didn't even know about any of this until they were already to make this purchase with this particular contractor and part of the reason that it's known as was the case with talent here is that it didn't go through the normal sort of procurement. Annals that happened with talent here because pailin tier. If i remember correctly was a service that was provided for and it didn't go through the normal procurement channels in this case because otc d the orleans parish. Communication district is making the purchase essentially on the city's behalf which is another issue with this particular purchase. This is kind of a strange way that the to do this but like we talked about. This software is primarily for the nlp now without getting into kind of all the details of state and local law. I'll say that if the nfl pd had purchased this directly if the city of the pd had gone out and tried to buy this software they would have been required to go through a competitive selection process. Right go through that process where you post. We're looking for services. Send us proposals or whatever it might be. However the the software is being procured by a semi independent state created agency called the parish communication district so orleans parish communications district our opec de runs. The city's nine one one and three one one systems and it's it's a state created agency so it's not beholden to that two city law that would have required nypd to go through that competitive selection process so opec has been able to go through this whole process. You know behind the scenes did they did do actual search but it was informal. It wasn't public on and you know how they made. This determination ultimately is not known to us so d- plans to purchase this and pay the upfront initial two point. Two million dollars installation cost after that the five hundred thousand dollar annual maintenance charge will be paid for by the pd so the big question now is how the city and the pd are going to enter a maintenance contract with this company without going through a competitive selection process. We were able to get answers to that. But we talk to one Political science professor at dillard university who said that he didn't see a way that the city could get around a competitive selection process for the maintenance contract. Now that would open up a really weird scenario where we installed this new system. The city goes through competitive selection process in in somehow picks a different contractor. So it's going to be very strange. The city tries to enter this contract How they're gonna do that so Obviously will keep our eye on. I have a theory as to how that's gonna happen. This is sorta get around the law yet again which is rather than entering into purchasing contract. The city would be likely to enter into a cooperative. Endeavor agreement with otc d. The city pays the opec d the five hundred thousand dollars a year and otc as the company. Okay and other city news. There is an opening because of jason williams Election win as da. He's our new d. a. And that leaves the city council. They can see what's happening with that appointment late later today on. It's thursday today. The city council is getting together enduring. It's meeting today will points That seventh council member to take over jason williams seat so the two candidates that the city council are considering to fill. The seat are cary grant and donna on And so one of those two people again by the time. This podcast comes out will likely be sitting on the city council donna. glad. And i'm not. I'm not personally as familiar with issue. Zulu queen a few years ago and she.
"five hundred thousand dollar" Discussed on Scale The Podcast
"Little white style will put people in. It's insane on long stories or or be shooting for ever of on this and the reason for it is our job as marketers are just a hook. He pulls insurance other things that you might notice. Does it look like this. Video was shot in two hours. Nope see. did you notice that. The video was every part of the day. It started with morning light afternoon. Light midday light late afternoon sunset twilight lights on which means that our video crew is. They're all day. This is lottie fifteen hundred dollar video. This is not a two thousand dollar video these videos upwards of five to ten grand but luxury real estate is an investment. And how can i make my clients stink. I'm worthy of a two hundred thousand dollar commission. A four hundred thousand dollars commission. Oh can i even tell my clients. I'm worthy of a hundred thousand dollar commission. If i don't show them. I invest ten grand into marketing. They're gorgeous property at a high level but yet so many agents don't do this and this not only is gonna help sell the property. This is going get me. The next listing. When i show the next client what we do on our listings to answer your question on my rule of thumb daniel is. I've always said you know it. It's not really necessarily a dollar amount. As much as it is. A percentage amount so an example of percentage is if i take a if i take listing some condo in west los angeles where we are. We're we're in. From hollywood hills all the way to the sand of santa monica and everything in between beverly hills. I live in brentwood. So if i'm gonna take some five hundred thousand dollar condo studio listing right. And i'm going to shoot a video for it while i'm gonna do the math okay. That's a twelve thousand dollar to fifteen thousand dollar commission so two and a half percent of that commission a two hundred and fifty five hundred. Let's call it. you know. Five hundred to seven fifty depending on what. The listing commission a was negotiated for that is going to be my investment probably in shooting some type of marketing video two and a half percent..