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Lawyers allege abuse of migrant women by gynecologist for Georgia ICE detention center
"Some horrible allegations out of an ICE detention center in Georgia nurse at that facility and lawyers representing clients their claim that immigrant women are telling them. They are routinely being sent to gynecologist who performed unnecessary procedures including hysterectomy hysterectomies forced sterilizations the nurse Don Wildman has filed a complaint with the Department of Homeland Security earlier today Ms Wooden spoke to our own jacobs sober. Often warning what she has to say here in addition to this story itself is disturbing. You're quoting the complaint of saying that's his specialty. He's the uterus collector. Is that people refer to this doctor? That's how the detainees referred to this physician. Him is I had detained into s she said, well, what is he doing? Miss wooten collecting Alibi uteruses. And I just looked at her puzzle. Because I didn't have. The private company that runs detention facility released a statement that reads in part and we quote Lesao, corrections has a strict zero tolerance policy for any kind of inappropriate behavior in our facilities and takes all allegations of mistreatment. Seriously, our company strongly refutes these allegations and any implications of misconduct at the I. CDC that Detention Facility and a statement immigration and customs enforcement ice says, the accusations will be fully investigated. That's a quote they denied. Detainees are being used for experimental medical procedures. Adding quote I says, mission is to protect the homeland. And to swiftly and quickly remove people from the country. The health welfare and safety of ice detainees is one of the agency's highest priorities. Any assertion or claim to the contrary is false and intentionally misleading is also said, since two thousand, eighteen, two individuals from the facility were referred to doctors for hysterectomies. Now, NBC News, National Security, and justice correspondent Julia Ainsley has been following this story and joins US tonight Julia give us the benefit of your reporting talking to these women directly and trying to reach one of the attorneys in this case. So Brian, what we can tell you is that we have spoken to four attorneys who say that their clients who were in the Irwin County detention center in Georgia were sent to this doctor. His name is Mahindra Amine. That is the doctor that these lawyers each individually identified without us prompting his name we reached out to him and I've deficit. Someone picked up the phone like I'd be making an appointment as soon as I identified myself as a reporter. They hung up I was not able to get through to get a response from him because his lawyers told us that their clients that detainees said that they thought that he was unnecessarily harsh one had a client who reported bruising one had to clients who reported hysterectomies they found out later that they did not need that he told them that they had a cancerous condition that needed to be taken care of the agreed to the hysterectomy only to find out later that was not the case that they did not have to go that far with that procedure. But now here is what Dr Amine told buzzfeed again. NBC. News has not yet talk to this doctor, but he did say that. His lawyer said, the doctor is a highly respected physician who dedicated his adult life to treating the high risk underserved population in rural Georgia, and they believe that this allegations that started with the Whistle Blower Jacob spoke to that they believe that after they investigate allegations that Dr. I mean will be cleared of any wrongdoing and I will say all of these are allegations right now none of this has been presented in a court of Law Don wooten sent that complaint to the Inspector General of D. H. S. They will do their digging. She did not name names she did not even named this. Doctor she did not give dates. It was only from US speaking to lawyers with clients in this facility. Did we learn more of the story we've also learned that this doctor is someone who they send detainees to outside of the facility. He's not actually working in side for ice. One other detail though Brian that I did learn about this doctor is that in two thousand, fifteen, he and other doctors had to settle and pay over five hundred thousand dollars in civil penalties for Medicaid and Medicare fraud with the Justice Department that settlement and twenty, five hundred. So we're learning more but right now he's denying.
Fresh update on "five hundred thousand dollars" discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast
"A founder episode that is so special. It's one of our favorite interviews that we've done to date I think we can both agree carleen and we are sitting down with none other than Huddah Khotan. She is the founder and CEO of WTI. Yes and our Chuck Place Brighton early because she lives with her husband and daughter in Dubai, of course. So my t was like a triple bagger. But hooded practically doesn't even need an introduction. The Iraqi American makeup artist was an og in the youtuber space which she started along with her blog back in two thousand, ten in twenty. Nineteen Forbes has listed her as one of the richest self made women alongside Oprah Winfrey and Kylie Jenner. So in very good company. Thank you very much. Absolutely I kind of think of how is like this generation's estee lauder I mean she is a pioneer in so many ways, and first of all, she created a global beauty brand based in Dubai that's. Really never been done before and she still wanted the most followed personalities on instagram with forty, seven, million followers. So I think that pretty much tops anyone that we've ever spoken to in the her story of our show, and of course, she's landed on the cover of Vogue and Arabia and in India and she's also been featured in women's wear daily. She's like one of the goats when it comes to Internet based beauty brands because let's face it any personality can start a beauty business these days Oh and they are House lab they're not all. At they're not all GonNa, be around in five ten years and they're not all going to be valued at one billion dollars and hold a beauty has achieved that absolutely have to give her props and you know she's a trained makeup artist herself and today Hooda will be sharing the full origin story behind the building of her brand which he co founded with her sisters Mona and all yet Catan back in two thousand thirteen. And it all started with false eyelashes major key when it comes to getting ready for those makeup tutorial videos she was doing all the time of course, and they were an instant hit at Sephora, and now hold a beauty employs more than two hundred and fifty people around the world, and there's a full range of makeup with more than one hundred skews and honestly her eye shadow palettes have become the bestsellers. I feel like hood. A beauty is kind of known for its I category as a whole now, and that's perfect for when we're all wearing masks chill I. See you've got the new new die chateaux Palette there. That's the bestseller right? That's right and this came out a couple of years ago. But I can see why it's still is one of the top sellers for the brand because it has eighteen shadows in it. And there's a mixture of textures. So there's like buttery Matson, these reflective shadows, and then there's two pressed glitter. So but you can tell that there's like curation happening here that the shadows are going to actually show up on all skin tones and there's like really deep berry colors Mauve but there's also nude Hughes that will show up on all skin tones and I really loved playing with this especially with these pressed glitters. And they actually stay put on your on your is they don't end up looking like you're crying glitter at the end of the day. So I just think that it's really become a staple for a good I. Think the quality is a testament to being a makeup artist herself and I noticed there was no follow when I used it actually this morning amazing and it is just not slowing down she launched wishful skin-care. Earlier. This year they are constantly having new drops. The get even rose oil just launched this past week, which apparently has nicknamed her magic oil. We're GONNA find out why a little later in the episode and she's a huge philanthropist she donated five hundred thousand dollars to the N. double ACP in support of black lives, matter and Hooda and her sisters and her husband who helped run the company they all chose to forego their. Salaries they also pledged to donate one hundred, thousand dollars to one hundred different freelance makeup artists who are of course, struggling with a lack of work during Cova and you know even just last week I saw she was raising money for the victims of the Beirut Lebanon blast. So she's really thinking global with this brand in every aspect and thinking responsibility is is so important. So let's get into our chat with Hooda. In today's episode, she gives us the real talk. On what it's like being an entrepreneur, she actually gets kind of emotional telling us how growing a business impacted her marriage and her family. You'll also find out some fun stuff like what her number one spendy skincare item is that she says completely worth the spend along with the self care practice she's adopted during her quarantine routine. It involves future energy. Yes. She actually said you wanna hear something crazy and you and I were like on the edge of our seats so. For that and be sure to check out our instagram feed at breaking beatty podcasts because we're gonNA, have a very special giveaway of some Huda beauty makeup products for fragrance products and some of the new wishful skin products. So be sure to stay tuned over there. So here she is harder, Catan. We're going to get you to travel back in time q the dream sequence music. Tell us about your earliest beauty memories as a child, my earliest beauty varies. Okay. So we we didn't grow up with a lot of money. So I, didn't necessarily have a lot of makeup growing up. So I actually remember it by might earliest memories for all diy is like legit all we were doing my first thing that I ever learned was like Lebanon like using like lemon juice to like get rid of dead skin and things like that. So that was always my thing it was like my sister told me you put a little bit of brown sugar like a half of a lemon and you scrub your body. And.
Georgia ICE Detention Center Accused of Performing Mass Hysterectomies on Immigrants
"We are following some horrible allegations out of an ICE detention center in Georgia nurse at that facility and lawyers representing clients their claim that immigrant women are telling them. They are routinely being sent to gynecologist who performed unnecessary procedures including hysterectomy hysterectomies forced sterilizations the nurse Don Wildman has filed a complaint with the Department of Homeland Security earlier today Ms Wooden spoke to our own jacobs sober. Often warning what she has to say here in addition to this story itself is disturbing. You're quoting the complaint of saying that's his specialty. He's the uterus collector. Is that people refer to this doctor? That's how the detainees referred to this physician. Him is I had detained into s she said, well, what is he doing? Miss wooten collecting Alibi uteruses. And I just looked at her puzzle. Because I didn't have. The private company that runs detention facility released a statement that reads in part and we quote Lesao, corrections has a strict zero tolerance policy for any kind of inappropriate behavior in our facilities and takes all allegations of mistreatment. Seriously, our company strongly refutes these allegations and any implications of misconduct at the I. CDC that Detention Facility and a statement immigration and customs enforcement ice says, the accusations will be fully investigated. That's a quote they denied. Detainees are being used for experimental medical procedures. Adding quote I says, mission is to protect the homeland. And to swiftly and quickly remove people from the country. The health welfare and safety of ice detainees is one of the agency's highest priorities. Any assertion or claim to the contrary is false and intentionally misleading is also said, since two thousand, eighteen, two individuals from the facility were referred to doctors for hysterectomies. Now, NBC News, National Security, and justice correspondent Julia Ainsley has been following this story and joins US tonight Julia give us the benefit of your reporting talking to these women directly and trying to reach one of the attorneys in this case. So Brian, what we can tell you is that we have spoken to four attorneys who say that their clients who were in the Irwin County detention center in Georgia were sent to this doctor. His name is Mahindra Amine. That is the doctor that these lawyers each individually identified without us prompting his name we reached out to him and I've deficit. Someone picked up the phone like I'd be making an appointment as soon as I identified myself as a reporter. They hung up I was not able to get through to get a response from him because his lawyers told us that their clients that detainees said that they thought that he was unnecessarily harsh one had a client who reported bruising one had to clients who reported hysterectomies they found out later that they did not need that he told them that they had a cancerous condition that needed to be taken care of the agreed to the hysterectomy only to find out later that was not the case that they did not have to go that far with that procedure. But now here is what Dr Amine told buzzfeed again. NBC. News has not yet talk to this doctor, but he did say that. His lawyer said, the doctor is a highly respected physician who dedicated his adult life to treating the high risk underserved population in rural Georgia, and they believe that this allegations that started with the Whistle Blower Jacob spoke to that they believe that after they investigate allegations that Dr. I mean will be cleared of any wrongdoing and I will say all of these are allegations right now none of this has been presented in a court of Law Don wooten sent that complaint to the Inspector General of D. H. S. They will do their digging. She did not name names she did not even named this. Doctor she did not give dates. It was only from US speaking to lawyers with clients in this facility. Did we learn more of the story we've also learned that this doctor is someone who they send detainees to outside of the facility. He's not actually working in side for ice. One other detail though Brian that I did learn about this doctor is that in two thousand, fifteen, he and other doctors had to settle and pay over five hundred thousand dollars in civil penalties for Medicaid and Medicare fraud with the Justice Department that settlement and twenty, five hundred. So we're learning more but right now he's denying.
Russian Tries to Hack Tesla
"Almost A. state-sponsored spy story we have something that really happened. And I tease this by quoting our friend Marcus hutchins twitter reaction upon learning of it just to remind everyone marcus is the well known security researcher and reformed cybercrime hacker. You know he actually reformed in his teenage years, but the FBI didn't forgive him for that and of course, as we know his future became uncertain when the FBI grabbed him. In Las Vegas is Logan Airport as he was departing or a preparing to depart for from the US for his home in the UK, following the annual black hat and DEFCON conferences. Well last Thursday. Reacting on twitter to the news of this story which had just broken marcus quite correctly observed he tweeted quote one of the benefits of cybercrime. Is Criminals don't have to expose themselves to unnecessary risk by conducting business in person. Flying into the US Jewish diction to have mel wear manually installed on a company's network is absolutely insane. Unquote. Okay. So what was all that about? A TWENTY-SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RUSSIAN NATIONAL By the name of or. Igla, rich. Crutch. Nikolov. Traveled to the US an attempted to subvert and bribe an employee working at Tesla corporations massive Nevada based gigafactory. Eager. Ultimately agreed to pay the employees one million dollars to plant malware inside Tesla's. Internal Network. The. Good news is the employees reported the offer. To his employer Tesla and then worked with the FBI to build an airtight case and to set up a sting which included having him covertly record face to face meetings. Discussing this, Russian the twenty-seven-year-old Russians proposal in their complaint which followed Egos, arrest and arraignment wit last Tuesday the prosecutors wrote. The purpose of the conspiracy was to recruit an employee of a company to Syrup Tissue, transmit malware provided by the CO conspirators into the company's computer system. EXFILTRATION data from the company's network and threatened to disclose the data online unless the company paid the CO conspirators ransom demand. The complaint said that the malware would be custom developed. Propagate through the company's network. For it to work the group said, it needed the employees to provide information about the employers, network authorizations and network procedures. Correct correct Yakubov said, the malware would be transmitted either by inserting a usb drive into a company computer or clicking on an email attachment containing malware. Ebor explained the infecting computer would have to run continuously for six to eight hours for the malware to move fully through the network. To distract network personnel, a first stage of the malware would perform a denial of service attack while a second stage performed the data exfiltration. When the complaint was initially unsealed last Tuesday the identities of all parties was still confidential being identified only as company A, and C H s one which is their abbreviation for confidential human source number one that is the employees. But last Thursday Elon Musk confirmed that yes. Indeed it was his company that was the target of this whole operation. The charging document with was filed in federal court in Nevada detailed and extensive end determined attempt to infect. Tesla's network the defendant again twenty-seven-year-old Eager E- Gore Vich. Crush Cov allegedly traveled from Russia to Nevada and then met with the unnamed employees on multiple occasions. When Eagles initial five hundred thousand dollar bid failed to clinch the deal. The defendant doubled the offer to one million dollars according to the complaint Crutch Kav wined and dined and boozed up the employees and when discussing especially sensitive details conducted conversations in cars. When FBI agents couldn't conduct physical surveillance in restaurants or bars, the employees recorded them. One meeting occurred on August seventh in a car crutch Cov had rented referring to the employees again as C. H. S. One, the prosecutors described that. Seventh meeting as follows they said during this meeting which the FBI had consensually recorded. Crutch Cov reiterated some of the details of the criminal activity previously proposed to. C.. H.. S. One. Credit Yakubov described the malware attack as he did before. Adding that the first part of the attack, a De dos would be successful for the group in quotes but the victim companies security officers would think the attack had failed. Crutch COBB A and here's some news again listed prior companies this group had targeted. Crutch. Cobb stated each of these targeted companies had a person working at those companies who installed malware on behalf of the group. To ease, C.. H. S ones concerns about getting caught. Crutch Cov claimed the oldest project the group had worked on took place three and a half years ago and the group's Co op de still worked for the company.
Former Uber Security Chief Charged With Paying 'Hush Money' To Conceal Data Breach
"Former top executive at Uber is accused of concealing a massive hack that exposed the data of fifty, seven million drivers and passengers he was fired and now faces criminal charges, NPR's tech correspondent Shannon bond reports, and just to note uber is an NPR financial supporter when Joe Sullivan learned that hackers had stolen huge amounts of data from Uber, back in two thousand sixteen, he didn't tell regulators law enforcement or the public instead federal prosecutors allege Uber's chief security officer tried to hide it. Here's US attorney David Anderson who filed the charges against Sullivan in federal court in Northern California, we expect proper pouring of criminal conduct. We expect cooperation with our investigations. We will not tolerate corporate cover ups we will not tolerate illegal hush money payments to keep the incident under wraps prosecutors say Sullivan, or for Uber, to pay the hackers one, hundred, thousand dollars and he had them signed nondisclosure agreements saying falsely that they never stole any data. That payment was made through Uber's Bug bounty program. Many tech companies have similar programs offering rewards to so called white hat hackers that test their systems for vulnerabilities. But Anderson says this payment was not a bug bounty? It was a cover up the problem isn't with a legitimate bug. Now, the problem is that this hush money payment was not a bug valley best the problem overdid eventually disclose the breach and fire Sullivan but not until a year later, two men pleaded guilty to the hack last year. Now, Sullivan is charged with Obstructing Justice and concealing felony a spokesman for Sullivan, says, there's no merit to the charges. He says it was up to Uber's legal team to report the breach Uber says it's cooperating with the investigation. If he's convicted, Sullivan could face up to eight years in prison and five hundred thousand dollars in
New York AG files lawsuit to dissolve NRA for "fraud and abuse"
"Here's the specs. The yacht is called illusions at first was I thought it was called the illusion or illusions. It's just called illusions talking heads. It's one hundred and eight feet long. It has a false staff also chef. It has four state rooms I think stay room in this context means bedroom. But I'm not sure whatever they are. Whatever state rooms are illusions has four of them. Illusions is a big enough boat that it comes with other boats and vehicles that ride on top of it. It comes with two jet skis and sixteen foot long jetboat. It's boat that comes with the boat. I do not know my way around a yacht. I do own a row boat but I don't know anything about you. Know the makings of a good state room if I laid down in one for a nautical nap. But I'll tell you for news purposes. You should know that boats that make the news they tend to have a paper trail online, and so I think this might be the boat in question. This might be illusions when you google illusions yacht at least this is the bad boy that pops up and it does have the the hike embedded jet skis and the vote and the fancy bedrooms and all the rest of it. The reason I went on a very pleasurable Internet. Deep dive for this today. Is that some good ship illusions some yacht of that name. has now been cited as evidence in a long long long long list of allegations of fraud and multimillion dollar self-dealing at the NRA at the national, Rifle Association in a lawsuit that was filed today by New York Attorney. General Letitia James The NRA as an organization is chartered in New York. It has been chartered in New York for well over one hundred years. As a New York institution as a New York charitable institution, it has to follow the rules and laws for nonprofits operating in New York. And according to the Attorney General's lawsuit, the longtime president of the NRA Wayne Lapierre often stayed on the illusions yacht without paying for it. Those trips were present from one of the NRA's vendors with Mr Lapierre getting the US you know the chef and the jet skis and presumably all four state rooms for free. What he didn't do was disclose his acceptance of what The New York ag alleges was this very, very expensive gift on the NRA's financial disclosures in that is something that is required by New York state. Law. From the lawsuit quote Mr Peres testimony to the attorney general he said that the reason he failed to disclose the use of the was for security reasons and because he considered the to have been used for legitimate. A legitimate business per best. But wait there's more according to the New York Attorney General Wayne Lapierre spent five hundred thousand dollars of the NRA's money. That's NRA donors right are members providing money to the NRA for its purpose is a nonprofit instead. Up here is taking a half million dollars of that money to spend specifically on private airplane flights to the Bahamas and back for his family at least eight times over just the last three years. The Attorney General says he spent more than thirteen million dollars of the NRA's money on a private travel consultant arranging additional private flights in luxury cars for him and his family. Over the last six years there was also at least one African Safari for Wayne Lapierre and his wife which the says they improperly accepted from another NRA vendor. The AG. Ticks off lots of fancy Christmas gifts for law peers, friends, and family and golf club membership fees and a twelve thousand dollars hotel bill at the four seasons not for weighing up here but for his niece. Over the course of four years, the lawsuit alleges that Wayne Lapierre was reimbursed for more than a million dollars worth of personal expenses straight out of the NRA's coffers. So. Your uncle with the NRA sticker on the back of his pickup. decided to put up there because it shows that he's an NRA member do-or-die he's been dutifully giving them their money. He's been like putting. Lapierre's niece up in the four seasons and flying Wayne in his family back and forth at the Bahamas. That membership money's been going to. The lawsuit filed today is over one hundred, fifty pages. The New York Attorney General Letitia James sets out in fairly stunning detail her case for how the president of the NRA and several of his top lieutenants drained more than sixty four, million dollars out of the NRA for their own personal gain over a very short period of time just over a period of a few years.
J.Lo's Money Moves
"Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez not only are they dominating the real estate game you buys but they recently dropped reported three hundred million bucks on a bid for the New York mets and as if they. Needed any more side-hustle. They've also reportedly invested in Viagra wellness startup. How much is too much Nina Hunter, how much telling me? Well, this is the thing I was looking at all the money that they were spitting on these properties I. Think like they're selling this property, but they also have like a ten million dollar house in Bel? Air They have a twenty eight million dollar house. In the Hamptons like it's insane but then I looked at their net worth and I think a rod was I really it was worth some coin but he's worked almost as much as her. He's worth like three, hundred, million dollars and she's over three, hundred and fifty million. So. They're almost a billion dollars together and also when they fail three hundred online, you always add fifty more just between us. Is. A little more. That's the case. Then according to these websites, I'm worth fifty, million and five, hundred, thousand dollars. Which? Now, ladies want to get in. Now's the chance fifty, million, five, hundred I do think there is this weird world where like of course they're investing, they want to go ahead and use their money helps having three hundred million dollars in a bank account making very little interest as opposed to investing in something that actually believe in like. The mets because no one believes in the mets but John. Lewis State is going to go up like crazy always and they're investing in areas that are not going to go down. It makes sense. It's just a matter of how much money do you
Stop Stepping To Your Vision
"Right but so. Most you know Rachel Pearson spoke at the last two hacking lives and she's made. She's also the Queen of Tiktok, and my daughter is her biggest fan, and anyway she's actually going to boise and my daughter so excited to talk with her, which is going to be so fun anyway, she. She, she walks me over a really cool question about you know taking things once airtime, and how you create your vision, and how you bypass things in all kind of stuff so I'm GonNa play her her part of Oxford right here, senior the question and then I'm GonNa. Come back, answer if someone called me out today, and and they were very spot on. They said I feel like you are taking the stairs. One step at a time when you are destined for greatness, so my question to you is. How did you create a vision? Did it fall into your lap? Did you read a book how you create a vision for your life in Your Business that? Keeps everything going. You know like the infinite game from Simon Sinek. Thank you so so so much. Okay, so I think it's a really good question, and it's interesting because. I think a lot of us. We get into this game and we don't really know what's possible where we're going or any of those things you know like. I didn't I didn't know what was happening. Today was possible by any stretch of the machinations. So I think sometimes you bypass your vision. In fact, it was kind of a really cool. What a really cool experience I was Remember we did. The final startup story was with mixer at this. In Utah called the drive, our comedy club and had JP sears. Come into roast me for an hour before we. We did the interview and it was so funny, but anyway at dinner I asked JP makes what's next few. What's what's the next plan? And he has smiled at me. He looks so content something that I've never been my wife and he was like It's like you know what he's like so far. Everything that's happened me surpassed wherever possible select some China just enjoy, and just like enjoy things as they. They. Come and be grateful for them. And I was like Oh my gosh. That is amazing like I need to learn that, so there's that piece of it right and he gets entrepreneur struggle with us, because because We're always looking, you know come back to my my last podcast, so talking about We're so tied into achievement achievement. She moved. Forget about the fulfillment side, so there's an apartment, the other side which I understand Moore's this goal of achieving and trying to take over the world and stuff like that and You Know I. Remember A- At the very I live in ever went to I remember I one thousand dollars to go to which is like the first step for me, my call so much money like stressed out and the speakers talking up people selling different things and and I remember. I can never Ford this thing for two grander, five, ten, grand, or all these different things kind of being like bummed out about it right and I. Remember Admits Kid and the kid was. Maybe a year, older Mir, maybe same age. I was like I was twenty two at the time he been twenty three or something but we are about the same age and and I saw the the presenters Solas Mash grouping route three signed up for it and I was like how did you? How are you for that like I can I can figure it out for that and he's like. Oh, he's like well. There's two ways to get. Get the top you can work your way, and you can buy your insights by my way I'm like well for sounds like this leap in thought I'd never have crossed my mind before my okay, it's pretty cool and then then it's more questions like well. How'd you four for this and he's like I'm actually in twelve masterminds. This time I was like what how did you do that? And he came back and said well what I did is that. What and He's like I. wanted to go these things, but I couldn't afford us as they found. People who kind of trained toss of to so I wanna go is mastermind. Groups obviously can be expensive for everyone to pay. For you for you know if you guys want to go, all this is going to be really expensive so if you're interested. I think if you pay me ten grand and I get. I don't know twenty people. Two hundred thousand dollars Algo. Join all of them and I'll come back until you cool stuff I learned and he got all these people are paying twenty grand. And he took the money, or whatever it was I don't know. And he joined all these mastermind groups, and he bought his way in, and he got up, and he built his company very very very very quickly and I thought that was just a strategic thing. You know I remember celebrity apprentice. Few Watch delivery apprentice in the past I three or four episodes, people do things that was like fundraisers. It was like Corey's money sleep while on the street and they're try. Lemonade always seems raise. Money wasn't tough. I don't know two or three seasons in when the dude from kiss. that. Yeah. Kiss Gene Simmons. GM's was on it and They do fundraising things out there trying to raise money that hustling and he just sat, there picked up his phone made a phone call and got a check from his buddies for half million dollars, and you destroyed everybody else out of the Moore. Looking at thinking, he's thinking in a different level and everybody else says the thought difference, right? Everyone's like like here's the task must do the thing. And they jumped up him. Trump except step-by-step. Whereas Gene Simmons came back and said Look I can do that or I. Can just do this and we'll jump you know a thousand steps past everyone else. And I think I remember watching have now and just like okay. I got started thinking more strategically. US think tactically which tactics are so important is how we get the thing done, but it takes stopping stepping back and looking at things more strategically of okay. Here's next step next up. You want to jump five or ten or twenty tears is not going to happen by you. Doing the next step is to stepping back and saying what's the next thing like what's the? What's the big the big domino? The next I don't know there's ways to phrase. It I'm not sure the best way but conceptually it's it stopping the tactics instead back strategically and thinking different right. Click funnels I'd so many amazing strategic conversations with friends and people The worldwide software company right, if you, if you at the expert, secrets book like we talked about movement and finding a future base 'cause and like all these things that weren't. They weren't tactically like. Here's the next step it. It's like how do we? How do we? We've these things into our culture right? How do we? H-. How do you do these things? They caused these incremental big shifts as opposed to just increasing your your your ads by ten, or you're just created another friend and offer it's like. Have you create things that have mass shifts? Mass changes things like that. I think it really comes back stepping back away from the tactical, which means getting out of the day today, which means taking a vacation, which is hard for us right or or doing strategy your team, and just they look for three days, and we're GONNA work. We're talking about like what's possible. It's a future. Where could we go you know not not with Nextstep, but like if what if we just destroyed these steps and had a whole new thing like what would that look like? And how do we get there and you pull it? Poor Gene Simmons instead of fundraising. You just pull out A. Just, you know, put your phone and call buddy in and get five hundred thousand dollars in five seconds. That's that's the power of it so I. Hope it helps the no, it's not a full answer. Hopefully gets the Wilson head-spinning. Everyone else's listening help that helps as well
Atlanta police officer who murdered Rayshard Brooks granted bail
"Has yet to authorize any action. Judge on Tuesday ruled that the former Atlanta police officer who fatally shots, Ray Shaw, Brooks can be free on bond while he's. Case is pending. Fulton County Superior. Court judge Jane Borwick says a bond of five hundred thousand dollars for Garrett. Who Faces charges including felony murder in the killing of Brooks a twenty seven year, old, black man, the shooting by the white officer happened against the backdrop of demonstrations nationwide over police, brutality and systemic racism after George. Floyd died under Minneapolis. Knee appearing by teleconference lawyers for Ralph argued that he is a native Georgian with strong ties to the community who is not at risk of fleeing or failing to show up for court, and is not a danger to the community. A prosecutor argued that role has committed an unjustified fatal shooting, and was a flight risk, and might intimidate witnesses brooks his wife to mean Camilla made an emotional plea to the judge, asking her not to grant bond for Ralph. I say no to it. She says I say no, because mentally I'm not able to handle it. Police body cameras showed Ralph and another officer, having a calm and respectful conversation with Brooks for more than forty minutes after complaints that Brooks had fallen asleep in his car in a Wendy's drive through lane on June twelve, but when officers told him he had too much to drink to be driving and tried to handcuff. Handcuff Him Brooks resisted. A struggle was caught on dash camera video. Brooks grabbed one of their tasers and fled firing the Taser at Ralph. He ran away. An autopsy found Brooks was shot twice in the back twenty-seven-year-old. Ralph now faces eleven charges in all felony. Murder is punishable by a minimum sentence of life in prison attorneys for the family of Brooks say they were disappointed by the judge's ruling, but said it was just one step in a long quest for justice for Ray Chard. It's imperative that we continue to push for systemic change within our criminal
Debt Is Never the Answer with Dave Ramsey
"My twenties, I believed what a lot of people believe. The borrow money to make money. I got a degree in finance and the power of leverage and the simplistic formula that if you borrow at one interest rate by percent, four percent, and you reinvested, and you make ten or twelve percent that you're making the spread. That is simplistic, primitive wrong, but I believe that lots of people quote that to me on twitter. to show how ignorant I am that I just don't understand the power of leverage, but I do understand the power of leverage and. Four million dollars worth of real estate until I was twenty four and twenty five years old, and I bought it right so I had a net worth of a million dollars, which means only owed three million on the four million and make a couple of hundred thousand dollars a year flip in properties and doing things, but leverage is a two edged sword, and people never talk about the other edge of it. They always. It only works when it works. Marring money only works when it works. And so, what happened to us was we went broke because the bank called her notes, and we didn't have any liquid. We didn't mean money. We weren't laid on the notes. They just panicked. hysteria tax climate that we were in the presidential climate that we were in and called. You know, look around. Song is ninety short-term notes for flips, and they call them, so we spent two and a half years losing everything we own well in that process I had a an existential crisis. And everything that I believed evidently was wrong. Yeah, and so I went through this whole thing of my intellect, being crushed and questioning and as a Christian I was met God on the way up I got to know him on the way down, and so I started studying biblical finance, and I found the borrowers slave to the lender, and I found one hundred percent of the references in the Bible to dead or negative. And so as a believer that puts a challenge against your finance degree. Yeah, no kidding and you go okay. Somebody's wrong and somebody's right because they're two polar opposites, and you can't just say well, you know sometimes. It's not sometimes in the Bible. And it's all the time in the finance classroom. That's right that you borrow, and so I had to really took me why at first I was in a position and that I just bought it based on my faith. Okay, I don't borrow money. God said. Don't borrow money on. Borrow money period. And then over time I've started understand the intellectual reasons for that the mathematical reasons for that and so I don't borrow money by basically when you borrow money, you increase risk. and. When business people say zero. Five hundred thousand dollars to buy this piece of equipment. They do not. Ascertain risk. They say I can borrows money at six percent and I can put the piece of equipment to work and I can make twelve or fourteen percent on my money, but that's only if everything goes perfectly as it did in your head, and it never goes perfectly business about ninety percent of my ideas that I think are brilliant that I bring to the market. It suck. And borrow on them. It destroys. My life doesn't work, but I think this is a pretty everyone sees you as the guy on the cover of the book cutting up the credit card and the guy that's yell at people for taking car payments, but we don't always address the topic of debt for business. What you're saying is that the same principles apply to how you run your business as how you and your personal absolutely, and if you to look at it through the faith lands, you can't find it in scripture if you WANNA look at it through an intellectual Lens. Let's actually do real math in a real business case. Okay, if you get a finance degree and you get licensed. Licensed in securities like I have been, and you've been in that world. We know in that world that we do not compare a high risk. Mutual Fund apples to apples with a low risk mutual fund. There is a measure of risk mathematically. It's the height of the valley, the height of mountain if you graph it if you see the waves graph in your mind right now, the ones that are straight up straight down have a higher Beta. A Beta is a mathematical statistical measure of risk Okay, and so we know that you can take the bait drop it under the line, meaning an inverse mathematical formula and being complicated here, but the point is, you can intellectually look at this. So when you add risk when you adjust for risk, you can compare these two mutual funds apples to apples. By putting the Beta, underline yeah, inverse relationship, so you're adding risk into your math formula so that you can accurately look at the situation. Most people ninety eight percent of the business cases that entree leaders have brought to me and supposedly sophisticated people who criticize me on blocks. They do not have any measure of risk in their formula. They're not saying what happens if this happens, what happens if there's a move in the marketplace what happens if a customer doesn't pay me, what happens if it doesn't sell like? I think it's going to sell, and it can be something as simple as that guy borrowing ninety thousand dollars to buy a dump truck. And it's GonNa work out I'm GONNA saw him on a whole lot of stuff dump truck. We can't get loads. Fuel prices go up insurance prices. Go Up. He has wreck here about any of those things, and so he says I'm GonNa make money by borrowing money, but there's no mathematical measure of risk in that formula, and when you insert risk into your leverage formula, the benefits of Leverage go away. They dissipate. So turns out. We can mathematically prove that God was right. socking. I mean that's what it comes down to so present this. A bunch of MBA's at Vanderbilt spoke to him. Ba Group over there and they were looking at me like German shepherds Oh. That's what I was GONNA say. Lou because nowhere in academia. Does anybody talk about this?
Lori Loughlin and husband agree to plead guilty in college admissions scandal
"Lori Laughlin and mas emoji on newly have agreed to plead guilty in the emissions scandal and she's going to prison for two months he's gone for five months Bruce R. mark that's pretty harsh I think it's a little harsh but you know why get your daughters in school like that make them use their own brands paid five hundred thousand dollars to get their two daughters in the university of southern California as fake crew team recruits what about the real crew team recruits I got at true Hey drew my road crew in college I was rooting for sure did of course of course of course I did but five hundred thousand dollars man to get your kids it look I know I'm not throwing shade at U. S. C. maybe a little bit if you got to pay to get in the U. S. C. E. you really like I mean pay you know as in private pay E. really should tomorrow mark I don't know what to say you're out here you're paid a half a million in the U. S. C. and I paid a half a mill to get any email like what is going on here I forgot to buy your way into a fancy degree you would think the at least by our way to a fancier one but I think the pride the schools all have price tags the schools all have you know but you have to go through the official process you do this you go through the official process and you end up going to prison this is a pretty pretty astonishing two years of supervised release tour for two thousand dollar fine he faces you're newly the husband she faces a separate hundred fifty thousand dollar fine wow I mean there really are given them that's real prison time for something that I don't know really how much this is like crime crime I'm just gonna say it it's definitely a civil issue but a crime crime Hey maybe I'm just gonna be I just got a soft spot for and Becky from full house
Court papers show Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, will plead guilty in college admissions bribery case
"Coulter huge development in the college admission bribery scandal court papers show actress Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband Mossimo G. in Italy have agreed to plead guilty to charges that include prison time from full house to the big house actress Lori Loughlin and her husband pleading guilty in court papers in the college admissions scandal that so far brought two dozen parents to admit wrongdoing after paying five hundred thousand dollars to get their daughters into the university of southern California they'll now have to pay a four hundred thousand dollar fine and spent time in prison Lachlan two months her husband five months Abbas the judge still has to accept the plea agreement reached between the pair and prosecutors when they're in court
Boston court papers show Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, will plead guilty in college admissions bribery case
"Court papers show actress Lori Loughlin enter fashion designer husband have agreed to plead guilty to charges that will include prison time that college admissions bribery case the couple agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud and mail fraud in a plea agreement filed in Boston federal court Lachlan and her husband are accused of paying five hundred thousand dollars in bribes to get their daughters into the university of southern California's crew team recruits even though neither of the girls played the
Boston - Judge refuses to toss charges against accused college scammer Lori Loughlin
"Federal judge in Boston refuses to dismiss charges against actress Lori Loughlin her husband and other prominent parents accused in the college admissions scandal the judge siding with prosecutors who denied that investigators had fabricated evidence defense lawyers had urged the judge to toss out the indictment over allegations of misconduct by FBI agents Laughlin and her husband are scheduled to go on trial in October on charges they paid five hundred thousand dollars to get their dollars into U. S. C. as crew recruits even though neither girl was a roller
Judge refuses to dismiss charges against Lori Loughlin
"A federal judge has refused to dismiss charges against actress Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband the couple is accused of paying five hundred thousand dollars to get their daughters into the university of southern California as crew recruits the judge sided today with prosecutors who denied that investigators had fabricated evidence defense attorneys had urged the judge to throw out the indictment over allegations of misconduct by FBI
A New Path to the NBA: Woj on the G League's Program
"Woge? It has now been three weeks since number. One ranked high school recruit Jalen Green announced on instagram. That he'd be passing on numerous college offers to instead. Become part of the new improved G. League professional pathway program. That's what it's called Q. Explain what it is and how it began Meena. It's it's really a bridge between the end of the wounded done era in college basketball in the NBA and what had existed which was really limited options for an elite high school player to do anything but go to college basketball. They put this program place. Two years ago and they started off with players they fell would be first. Round picks were highly regarded coming out of high school. One hundred twenty five thousand dollars a year would be assigned to League team and then you would enter the following years draft. They could not get anybody in that. I really year year and a half to commit to that program. A couple reasons. I think even more than the money agents and those who would advise high school players advised against the idea of going to the G. League where it seven. Let's say eighteen years old. You're going to be playing against grown men in there who played college who played overseas who've been in the NBA back and forth maybe mid twenties late twenties and they would hurt your intentionally hurt your draft stock where you be physically overmatched. It is a difficult lifestyle especially for young person. It's not charter. Flights it's not four seasons and Ritz. Carlton's it's the southwest flight connecting it midway Chicago to get the Iowa City. Adam silver was very moved by the fact that Lamelo Ball in R J Hampton to the top players in this two thousand twenty draft when to Australia next year take my talents to the NBA. Laura Hawks next year I will be going overseas to play an Australian basketball even with the New Zealand. Breaking choke deals in that five hundred thousand dollar a year range and there was not really an option for them. Here there are things we should be doing differently. So that for an American player who decides college isn't for me and I want to spend fulltime devoted to the game of basketball. That's my best chance to be in the NBA. There should be an alternative opportunity in the US spurred silver to push ref- Abderrahim. Who is the president of the G. League she and Rod Strickland Former all-star Mba guard who also works for the G. League in the NBA as part of this program? They've been out in the field. They've been out talking the families players and coaches and they certainly explained to Adam silver. We've got to change this program. So they updated this program specifically for players like Jalen Green. What exactly does it look like now. This is essentially a select team that will be comprised of the players coming out of high school and then veteran players who might otherwise be in the G. League who would get paid comparable salary to come play here. Play a mentor. Ship role to these players. Perhaps players on the back end of their career might like to who might have an I- already on coaching or working in a fraud office will working for the League and also realize that. There's going to be a great deal of scouting attention paid to this group of players. Nba and that. This might not be a bad place for them to still be seen as viable players right now. So that's the makeup of a roster. The coaches will be coaches that people have heard of with NBA coaching experience. Some of them former head coaches and they'll play a schedule that will include G. League teams but not a fulltime jelly schedule. So they'll play perhaps exhibitions against G. League teams. They might play national teams. Who might be touring from different countries? Different parts of the year. I was told they might go to Australia. Where there's an NBA Academy maybe play some Exhibition Games? There and stay there for awhile and train and move around and now the program became more appealing for the top level player. And you've seen now if you players make that leap when you say. It's more appealing in the financial. Incentives are better. How much better we talking? Well Jalen Greens deal with the G. League is around. Five hundred thousand dollars that includes incentives. I'm told that there's a base salary and then there's incentives for essentially just completing. Maybe it's a community service program or a life skills program things that are part of it that they disincentivize financially now. Every player is not going to get five hundred thousand dollars. Jalen green was a number one player in his class. And if you listen to John Devonian Mike. Schmitz are dropping analysts. And I listen to those guys. They tell me that he would have competed to be the number one. Pick in this coming draft and right now he's you know projected to be that in the two thousand twenty one draft so there was. I think a great credibility for the NBA The G. League to get a player that caliber come into this program that he might be a little bit of a Pied Piper for others but they're not going to pay all these guys five hundred thousand some of them the pay more than the one twenty five but they're really negotiating that and remember that. Those players inside endorsement deals. If there's somebody who wants to pay them to wear shoes jailing green again is is a player who see your companies have great interested Not all the players are going to get big endorsement deals and then there is a component that they will go back. There's a partnership with Arizona State and with the NBA. And you could go back and get your degree hate for by the League later on at some point and so those are the benefits of this for players who decide. They don't want to go to college or meetings. In some instances where players become eligible and can't go play college basketball. You mentioned that players. Who Do this can also get endorsement deals? Which at the same time this is happening the NC Double A. Just came out and said were exploring the idea of letting our college players also have endorsements with of course many caveats and limitations this being the NCW TC. All of this is being connected while the shaves but exploring for quite a long time. They always seem to sort of stay in exploration mode. And when you start to dig down into the fine print of what they talk about doing. It isn't what maybe the headline was of of trust. Release or a report about it. I will say this being a part of the. Nba's thinking was that they were reacting. I think a little bit to the Condoleeza Rice commission slash report which a couple years ago essentially said the NBA should do away with one and done. We must separate the college track from the professional track by ending one and done the NCAA stance was that the players who do not want to be in college. There should be an avenue for them to bypass college and that we should take them in here if they don't want be here and so the NCAA on one level has encouraged this of the NBA. Now part of the problem is the NBA and the Players Association. They have not been able to agree on the terms of ending one and done we call on the NBA and the N. Bpa power here to once again make eighteen year old eligible for the NBA draft so that high school players who were drafted may proceed directly to the NBA in theory. Both of them both sides the union. The League would like to end one and done. There was a sense that that this would have gotten done last year. But there are terms of an agreement that they can't come to to end it. And this may be shelved now all the way until the next collective bargaining agreement two thousand twenty four twenty five so for the NCAA right now like this is what they asked for and whether or not they loosen the ability for players to earn money in college or off lightness or however that happens then. I think that will impact this. But let's I still think there's going to be a lot of players who would rather go to college because by the way meaner if you WANNA get paid. There are plenty of places in college basketball that you can go and make money equivalent to what the Julius paying. And that's that's just a fact you're referring of course to the fact that it's an open secret that college kids get paid under the table. Me Knock. I've broken a few stories along the way. I don't think I'M BREAKING MATT. One of your with you right now.
Top 5 Moviegoing Experiences
"From Chicago. This is film Spotting Josh. Larsen and I met HIM DR. Get stuck on a movie line with a guy like this behind you a free country. You have to give it so loud to shame to pontificate like that. And and the funny part of it is. You don't know anything about McLuhan. We miss the movies so much. We even miss the Marshall McLuhan pontificators this week on the show. We mourn the current closure of movie theaters with our top five movie going experiences listeners. China into that more. That's funny because I happen to have Mr McLuhan right here ahead on film spot. Welcome to film spotting with Josh. I'm Adam and as we record this. Josh movie theaters are closed. They've been closed for a month or more and they'll continue to be closed for the foreseeable future which means this week's top five movie going. Experiences is either perfectly timed or it's the last thing people want to hear right now. Yeah could be either an act of morning or celebration curious Adam. Is this the longest you've gone sense? You started going to the movies when you were young Without being out of theater because I think it might be for me. Actually it has to be right. When would you ever be away from movies? Maybe when my first child was born but even then we'll get into this a little bit with our lists. I remember going to a Lotta movies when Holden was very young. That's what that was my thought too is. It must have been when we had a new baby but no because in both cases I was working as a fulltime film critic so I would have gotten back to work within a month for sure and Bannon a theater so yeah. This has been a long stretch. If you were anticipating are ghostbusters versus Gremlins throwdown. We have decided just to move that to next week. So if you didn't get those viewings in you have a little bit more time. That part of our eight from eighty four series. This was a top five that our producer Sam suggested in fact he's been suggesting it for many months. Maybe a couple years ago Josh annually. Yeah for some reason. We have always resisted it. We talk about our apprehensions a little bit. And now it's gone from the top five. We both vowed maybe never to do to a segment that I vowed to Sam would never be more than about twelve to fifteen minutes to an entire show. While let's just for the record that happens almost every time we do a top five where they'll say this is only going to be twelve minutes and it could be an entire show so that's nothing new But yeah resistance to this list. is is proven. There's historical basis for that but times have changed. It's a different time. Adam and get does call for this list before we get to that though we want to once again mention the Chicago Cinema Workers Fund and then also the art house America campaign. The arthouse America campaign is co sponsored by the criterion collection. And it's already raised over five hundred thousand dollars for independent cinemas across the country so again keeping this on the mind not being able to go to theaters like these independent cinemas and really worrying about their future. More information on both of these funds again. The Chicago Cinema Workers Fund and then the Art House America campaign will be in the notes for this show at film spotting dot net on twitter invited listeners to write or call in with the names of family and friends who are working on the front lines during this pandemic and we heard from a friend of the show. Kenny Meyer also longtime listener Tom Morris and they called in with some shoutouts. We WanNa make sure that Jamie and Jennifer gets them. Well deserved attention responding? Kannemeyer back and Pump does our California and Just wanted to call and response to the tweet about the front line workers. Doing Cook Nineteen You guys know my sister Jamie She works in respiratory therapist. Linda Hospital Big Hospital here in southern California and Is on the front lines as they say. But if you follow around letterbox. She's still finding lots time to keep up on movies. She's already seen blow the man down so she's one ahead of me right now so just shut my big sister Jamie Thanks for doing what you do. Keep up the hard work and thanks to everybody. Who's out there working on our behalf. I don't funny Adam. Josh Sam Levy Guys. Thanks for the show in a long time to get any feedback So all the ones happy holidays. Happy Fifteenth Anniversary. Thanks for the Bette Davis Marathon and I right talk to you soon. Hey signing this. Is Tom Morris of the good the bad and the nerdy movie podcast? I just wanted to call and give a shout out to a very special person. Says dear to me who is a front line worker. That would be my wife. Jennifer sheet is a unit secretary at a hospital in my area. Hers is actually a little more complicated jobs and she. You know if you hit if a patient hits the help button. She's the first person they speak to. She's the one that organized the handles all the assignments. She gets the nurses to to alert them. When something's going wrong. She is basically the person probably speaks the most of the patient with them ever realize it and I feel like that her and others in her position should get many shout outs is. They're the UNSUNG heroes. Just like you know editors are and so forth and film anyway Let's get all those healthcare workers fighting save everyone's suffering for a couple of nineteen. Thanks thank you Kenny. And Tom for your thoughtful voicemails and of course thank you. Jamie Jennifer for everything you're doing and our thanks as well to everyone out there working on the front lines. If you have a friend or family member you want to give a shout out to. You could drop us a line. Three one two two six four zero seven four four or send us an MP three file or an email feedback at film spotting dot net. We're going to get into our top five now. Josh movie going experiences with some poll results that you could argue completely contradict the spirit of the top five. We asked listeners to vote on their favorite type of movie going experiences. We came up with these four opening night full house for a comedy opening night full. House for an action movie or opening night full House for a horror movie. You could also go. I'm not into crowds weekday alone at my favorite art house. Finally if none of those fit the bill for you you could vote other and right in your choice. How did it come out Josh? This is incredibly revealing? I think Adam other is in last place with six percent and then packed pretty tightly together. Are the three communal options. So ten percent of the vote went to opening night horror movie eleven percent opening night comedy and eighteen percent opening night action movies so you see some differentiation. There among those options but easily winning this poll. We're Buncha loners in film. Spotty Nation Weekday alone at my favorite art house took it with fifty five percent of the vote. That's also how you and I voted. Yeah it is though in fairness we could say that instead of being a bunch of loners film spotting nation is actually just a bunch of snobs. And it's not so much the day of the week or going by yourself or with a group it's the type of movie and they just loved the art house fare donors. Snobs you say potato. Yeah exactly we heard from John Dempsey. Who said I voted alone slash art house though? It's really a tie of extremes for me the other being full house slash blockbuster the alone arthouse preferably daytime experience really put you in a trance. There's nothing quite like seeing for example. The APU trilogy at Film Forum than leaving the dark theater for the bright bustling streets of New York and wandering literally and in your mind with one foot still in the world of the film on the other hand. The communal anticipation in line. The urgency of getting a good seat and the roars of laughter and gasps during an opening weekend showing of say a fast and furious film. It's the type of shared energy. Most people search for music festivals or sports stadiums. I need both in this stem dearly. And I think that's the case I think even us and the people who voted the fifty five percent who said Weekday alone of the art house. We want both and we do crave both and we're going to reflect back on some of the best communal experiences that we've had going to the movies. Yeah that makes sense to me. My my vote in favour of being alone was not in opposition to those other options. Because I do love all of those other options as well. So that's fair. John Characterizes it. Well
Lori Loughlin's daughters shown in rowing photos released by prosecutors
"First things first without the Laurie Lachlan College scandal. Because there is new information out. There is new photos out okay. So we're getting our first look at the infamous rowing photos the daughters one that you see There's two photos it said to be a Libya. Jade and Bella both using these exercise rowing machine there among the exhibit submitted by federal prosecutors prosecutors claim. These are the photos taken by the couple to help get their girls into U. S. C. Just a reminder learner has been accused of paying five hundred thousand dollars to get their daughters into the school as a bribe in their trials scheduled it for October. They face a maximum of fifty years in prison in like millions of dollars in fines if they are found guilty. So new photos here. It's not it's the photos are not great right. Those are not good but to me. It's the actual verbiage in the emails that have also been released. That's where I think they're big trouble. Have you read some of the emails scripts near but we already knew about the emails scripts that we had already gotten bits and pieces of it. So there's no we really does good. He's telling his accounting good news. My daughter's in the USC bad news. I had to work the system. I mean that's like a full on admission yet but whenever you do anything they tell you do and work the system as best as possible. It's not about doing anything illegal. Working the system doesn't mean you know doing something illegal. He didn't say I did something illegal. Or I paid XYZ off. I feel like this is not as damning as we were told. It was going to be when we first got. The the proof of the pictures are the description of the pictures. It was paddles it was uniforms. It was these stage big. You know lit things and now I'm looking at this photo. I have three or four. Does in my own myself of me on a roy machine like this is that this is what Rick Singer. Who is that really work singer? He's the one who's been orchestrated this whole thing. He's the one that convinced all these parents to pay all this money. He specifically wrote an email to Massimo. Say Get pictures of the girls on an ER G in workout clothes like a real athlete as well like I say. I need this information for the PDF for transcript her test scores and then I need a portfolio basically saying that she is a rowing athlete and that it said it would help to get a photo on rowing machine. So they're complaining. The response was okay. Fantastic will get to you and then submitted that photo one month later so they did follow all the instructions senior gave him now. Does that show that Necessarily like yeah. You're right. Maybe not the most damning because it's all sounds or should by rick singer and they were like isn't GonNa get them off now. What defeated they were. But what might get them off because right now the case is no longer. Did they do something illegal? Remember Lori Massimo went back and filed a claim to dismiss the case because they said the investigator in Bullied ric singer into lying and also concealed evidence. If I am a lawyer which I talked to a lawyer this morning she said the prosecution. Put those photos out to distract from what's really going on right now. And it's the claim that they think that they will withholding evidence if a court in a judge and a jury sees that these investigators have withheld evidence. They could actually walk away from this. And I'm just we all know how. Pr Works we know when some heat's coming on as you know you just put out a photo here. Put out a photo there distract from what's really happening. I just think that that's what the investigators are doing. And it's not the photos that they said that they had. I mean I was waiting for like in a boat. I was looking for. Bodo of her in a boat with a panel. I will agree with that. I did think that the photos were going to be not just a workout clothes on a workout Roy. Wishy I thought Gary Agree. I thought it was GONNA be like fake like hails. The team that we were on Made it so big thought. The disposables are so bad but I think the problem is is that this is exactly what risk roofing are asked of them and he delivered it exactly And He seems to be whether he got completely fooled or he was In tuned to what was truly going on either way he followed the steps to get his kids into school that worked the system that went around the normal system right depending on how you know if they did withheld information withhold information. That really you know. Throw them off the court back. You throw a court system completely off. I think I think Lori is a very smart woman and so as Massimo and I think if they knew that there was no way to get out of this or when this case they would not spend the time the money in the resources on fighting this much but I have to believe that in their minds if they have an inkling of a doubt that this was done in the most professional way are that there was no malpractice when investigating something. They must know something they have to know something in Washington. The prosecution has not come out and said No. This was all done by the book. We were crude this in court. You will see every step of the way. I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around that I would fight to. Yeah I mean I think it don't look good for them. I think they make up and I'm a little surprised that they are fighting. This far the evidence is stacked against them. I'm really worried about them. I'm worried about and the sense of you know just you know. They deserve to get punishment for what happened. But I really like fifty years in jail per person like her parent. That's like insane. I would hope that they would never get angry Close to that not for something like this. I don't think they're saying they didn't do anything wrong. But if somebody told me if I kidnapped someone and then I was getting charged for attempted murder first degree murder. I would fight it because yes I. Maybe I did wrong but I didn't do that. That is the point in. That's what the judicial system is four. It's they come to you with a charge. Make sure that it's proper that's just I think that's what is now the main thing and make sure you go about it. In a in a real way in a cohesive way by the book we are. We are trial by fire. But we want something that's fair. That's what they're doing. I really do I will. We will wait and see again. Goes the October so kimble affiliates been so long I actually had to like remind myself I kind of forgot about this whole light. College emission scandal. That was the biggest thing that took the headlines last year. This year is like saying
Singer Pink says she had COVID-19, donates to relief funds in Los Angeles
"And last week at the superstar pink raised awareness about the seriousness of covert nineteen because she has survived her positive test results came through she got through this but that's not all she did she didn't share that very bravely she also stepped up to support Los Angeles frontline work to the crisis with a generous donation of five hundred thousand dollars to the mayor's fund without anyone asking so thank you pink you're a true angel in the city of angels and thank you for helping those with the least among us get food get groceries are health care workers to have child care hello our seniors get meals it's really
"five hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"And then they finally opened up rat who just like eating five hundred thousand dollars. Of course, it's like a bad in India like twilight zone episode. That's a bad genie wish or something like I'll give you five hundred thousand. Buddy. The so, but keep back to the I R, Wasco blasphemy or physically the DM, t- blasphemy, which is my mind does go, there, my mind like I, you know, with a lot of the psychedelics my mind, does an only because I've been spanked so many times doing it the wrong way. It's just like I I'm not pragmatic to treat it respectfully. Yeah. But then, also, there's another part of me that thinks, well, maybe the ideas, not for me to try to imagine that the west is going to Sedley become respectful of the sacred. While ease of nature. But really realize that just isn't going to happen that there's a disconnect that's happened with the earth and the waiter reconnect is not going to be to get people to act differently than the way, they're already acting as they approached this thing or that thing whatever it may be. Whether it's Buddhism, Iowa ska, I think we're entering a new age where we must find solutions that are based on the world as it is, not the way could be. Yeah, that's interesting because, like in some ways, I feel like I spend a lot of time like encouraging myself and others to, like, think optimistically towards like, you know, visions of the future that they're really site about living in and, like, I, but I think it's both like I think it's like accepting things as they are with an understanding that, like, within each of us as we are there is actually like a sincere desire to do better thrill, and like learning how to like, really. Not be stupid about it not like a -ssume that people are gonna like magically like, have some massive spiritual. Awakening overnight and like just do everything differently. But like knowing like, you know, we're all full spectrum beings, unlike Raleigh, really, fucked up and doing stupid horrible things all the time in like, we're children of God. Like we want to like, find our way back to eat in, you know, that's on so much more Christian than I am. Actually, you know. I love the I love this story of Eden. And I, especially in all of the mystical inaccessible geographical locations that appear mythologised, south Hala Shambala. It's interesting these places and burning man, which seems to be to me. I sometimes think of it as a very temporary. Incarnation of one of these mystical cities. Not enough like energy to support it in this part of the university. But does seems like it's probably one of the legendary cities or the shadow of one of those cities black rock city, but the does not sound. Very mystical, when you were year it. But when you see, it is anyway, the I think what you're saying, which is finding our way back to that place. Yeah. In is part of it in the other part of it is. Thinking, like, okay, we really a lot of people I pretty much across the board. Whether you're talking to a scientist shaman cleric breeze mystic anyone across the board. It's rare. You might find people who are going to say, oh, everything's perfect. That doesn't mean we don't have worked to do. We're not dead. It doesn't mean the planet's not gonna die. It doesn't mean the experiment worked is if the experiment that unions, we're gonna find harmony with nature, but everything's perfect. No one looks at a black hole eating star and his like God. We'll get evil black hole, destroying the star. It's perfect, so, but usually what you're going to get is people saying, well, here's what's happening where it's the age of Kali Yuga. It's the apocalypse were entering the great time of change. We're entering a time of great turbulence, we're entering time of unsustainability we're going to run out of. The soil isn't going to support food. We're going to run out of oil. We're going to run out of bees. We're going to run out of some primary insect that fucks the food chain up to the point that food stops growing, and then we're going to see massive massive massive death..
"five hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Spend five hundred thousand dollars on. Lottery ticket to your and the reason is is that even though I'm already sorta rich, you know, if you win two three four hundred million dollars at a white changing amount of money for anybody pretty much for anybody except for people like Warren Buffett, so that would be a life changing amount of money for me. And what I like to do is I like to buy the lottery ticket. And then I like to think about what I'm going to do when I win. I don't think about what I'm going to do if I win. I think about what I'm going to do when I win the lottery ticket. I am sure that I am going to win. So I think about real estate, but I'm going to buy I think about investments that I'm going to make I think about charities that I'm going to donate to and then of course, time passes. I lose the entertainment will have been worth it. And you cannot win by lottery ticket. Jared Dillion you ride a daily newsletter a weekly newsletter. Something what is the name of that? It's called the daily dirt nap the the early the daily. Yeah. Where where do I get that? Oh, well, you can get that at WWW dot daily dirt nap dot com. There's a little nap bar on the side. You can subscribe, I write about pretty complex financial stuff. But I have you know, I write about risk. A I read about risk, and I write about people's attitudes towards money. And the fight. You know, the funny thing about the lottery is that they make changes to it over the years that I don't entirely agree with they've made it harder to win and they made the jackpot bigger. And I don't think you know, I think five or ten million dollars life changing for most people. I don't think we need to have billion dollar, Jack. I think we should have more winners and smaller jackpots. But either way it's something that I do pretty regular Jared Dillion a millionaire. He just said the key thing that anybody running for governor. If they ran on it, they would win if they ran and said, I believe our state lottery should have more jackpots. They don't have to be bigger there should be more winners in the state lottery. Jared Dillion what's the name of that newsletter? Again, the daily dirt nap you can find it at WWW dot daily dirt nap dot com. Jared Dillion a millionaire says you and I should buy lottery. Tickets are significant other our partners are just wrong. Thank you very much for being on sterling on Sunday. Jared dillion? Thank you, very very much eight eight eight six eight Awa LT. Eight eight eight six eight Awa all my gosh. We're cooking. Now, we are cooking now. Well. There's so much nonsense about women's empowerment, I'm gonna tell.
"five hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance
"Five hundred thousand dollars. And. How much did you sell your house in south Florida for. I sold for over five hundred thousand absent ex in addition to this equity, and in addition to your pension, do you have other significant assets or other significant investments at this point? I do. I do. I have a because I was in government for a period of time to Florida. I'm sure you're familiar with the deferred retirement option plan or the draw a have a sizeable chunk of change in Eric. Right. Great. And of course, I get it for compensation for almost the entire time in my career. I have a nice chunk of change in deferred comp. We'll play seven well played with your with your pension. Is that guaranteed for your entire life at the same level. Yes, yes. I'm not going to change. I mean, I could get a coal, you know what? I'm not counting on colas. I mean, I'm not an f. r. s. under you familiar with that, I was a a local municipal plan, but it was not for us. Do you have any interest you mentioned putting the money in the stock market? Do you have any interest in owning other real estate other than the house that you live in actually have considered that fact kind of one of the things that I thought about it considered is is maybe do rental property is and in, you know, walk right here, northeast lower right now on enjoying and I'm liking it. I, I don't know if I'm gonna be this by forever place to stay. I mean, it's possible, you know, in five to ten years might one up of route and go somewhere else. So you know, maybe think about possibly, you know this home, this next home that we might buy might might later might later consider that as possible rental opportunity. So let's consider I would consider. Toes apart from that too. I mean, if it's a right deal and I've listened to you enough the note when people call about like, you know, trying to pay extra towards the mortgage, things heard you tell them, listen, say that money to invest it in Ben. And then once you once you feel like you have to pay it off, then pay off your mortgage, but don't just make those payments to make those payments to cut your mortgage down, things like that because it's hard once you once you've done that, you know it's hard to get that money out of your house. Then you gotta take out a, he lock or whatever. And I really don't wanna do that. I wanna try to avoid, you know, you know, taking money out of my home like that if possible. I'd rather a a, really, if I see a good opportunity having this money in in a long term equity. Index index fund gives me the opportunity to that if I do see a good investment opportunity, you know, I can jump on it and I and I can seize it. So here would be a few suggestions for you. I with regard to your business, your investments and your household budget. I think you should challenge yourself to live on your income and not to spend your capital. So if you had to spend your capital, obviously you could. You could take money from what you've saved here and spend it, but why do that go ahead and.
"five hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"So let's just recap for a second someone complains to subway that they're five dollars foot, long is in fact a little short at eleven point five inches subway being the upstanding sandwich slingers that they are correct the issue from the top down with no questions asked then some lawyer win situation and turn it into a good old fashioned shakedown in the form of a. Class action lawsuit to the tune five hundred thousand dollars? So what did the competitive Enterprise, Institute do about it we came in and we objected And at the district court level in the western. District of Wisconsin the federal judge they're still sort of? Rubber stamp the settlement rubberstamps the Giants, attorney fee and said well you know the case wasn't that strong so it's. Okay that there's, just, this injunction that doesn't really do. Anything and it's okay that the, lawyers are getting paid because they worked really hard and we said. Well but you settled the class action you're supposed to be representing consumers but you haven't done. Anything for your clients and that's not right and so we, took it up on appeal to the federal seventh circuit US court of appeals and we got a good panel led by judge Diane Sykes and, she mmediately recognized what we were arguing that we had these attorneys who were bringing this bogus lawsuit that couldn't possibly accomplish anything for consumers but we're hoping to get paid and, she correctly recognized this is a scam and and and Ordered the settlement thrown out and And and suggested very strongly that the entire case should be thrown out and that the lawyers shouldn't be allowed. To represent a class like this and. That's indeed what happened on remand so the, trial lawyers get all the money and the consumer doesn't get any of it in the consumer has to? Pay for the trial costs right and and it's a double hit actually because if the lawyers know that they don't actually have to win, anything for consumers to get paid, they're going, to, bring more bad. Lawsuits you they're they're not gonna so consumers are it's actually a triple eight because you have these additional bad lawsuits that just cost consumers more money. Because the raising costs. To anybody it's. Pure social cost it's pure rent-seeking you. Have consumer is not getting anything and, then when consumers actually are injured there are. Legitimate class actions to be brought the lawyers are still going to be focusing, on the cases on the crummy easy to settle.
"five hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Charges today's free on. Five hundred thousand dollars bail and three now that Elon. Musk is talking about taking tesla private the, s. e., c.. Would like to talk with musk we are? Live now with Bloomberg automotive? Reporter David Welsh David why does he line musk wanna do this. What's in. It for him This. Way the scrutiny of investors who wake him, and he, really. Dislikes the short sellers who they basically betting? That he's going to fail What he wants to do take the company private and get out from the school is only, investors it gives them more control, there's also theory particularly car companies that if they, can make decisions that are more for the long term as opposed to, next quarter's earnings better chance of? Growing developing, products in intensive case everything is about the future because the financials are pretty bad right now what are the SEC's concerns here Well what do you want to do this he often does he goes out, on Twitter and just say I intend to do this and in that. Tweet he said that funding. Is secured if the funding really isn't wind up then he could have some trouble because in that case, he'd be seen as pumping the, stock and generating enthusiasm if you're going to order, author four hundred twenty dollars sheriff or stock was trading and I think, three sixty six at the time The deal was. Credible investors will immediately stirred betting that? They're, going to get at least her twenty? Dollars usually when there's a leverage buyout the first offer is, just entry level two and. Higher than that now, the sheerest didn't go quite that high they got two maybe three eighty, and that tells you investors don't think the money is there but if he doesn't have the money and he. Said he did that would be, hyping the stock and, it's probably the biggest concern. They have what would the change mean to customers Tussle. People buying Tesla's probably wouldn't mean much The company's going to continue to, build curse could curse out develop new models assuming they can continue to raise money and we'll be. Just fine for investors too, much bigger question if you own tesla stock you can either. Assuming you want actually puts this port You can either elect to show your shares at four, twenty or whatever the actual tender, offer ends up being or according to you on in the letter that he later put out that. Day you could basically your, shares to private stock in the company and continue to Owner intestinal it's just less liquid because there's a market for the shares and then you gotta wait for some other way you want to public again repeated dividend or something. Like that David Welsh on the automotive beat at Bloomberg thanks for joining us.
"five hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"I think access funding so five hundred thousand dollars right now the average home in san diego's four hundred forty thousand yeah so that's that's part of it you know i i'm not sure how important it is for me to actually own a home right now just for myself i'd be more but i'm asking you know other than monthly income to live on what do you need funding for oh well i i guess i would need money for to get a decent sort of income property but actually i don't wanna have a mortgage i don't wanna have funding anyway so i just kind of i'm hearing i'm hearing this you're you're you're kind of still reeling a little bit from the uncertainty that this divorces left you in okay and that's that's kind of normal i mean like you said you've been a mom for twenty years and all of a sudden you're so to speak out in the cold you know and that so it's kind of formal to be going oh god what do i do now so but that's what i'm challenging you to do is to smooth that out by looking further into the future and saying okay here's where i wanna go now what are the five step six steps ten steps to steps that takes me to get to where i want to go and how do i use that five hundred thousand to get me there you've got your temper go go ahead ahead question decided this wait for like two years and before i make any decisions and waiting for my daughter goes off to college what would be the best place to put the money savings account yeah you're not gonna make any money on it but you're not gonna lose any money if you put it in the stock market mind good mutual funds like we suggest for term investing it could go down and you would you know you could lose fifty thousand bucks and you can't afford lose fifty thousand bucks this every one of these that's what i was thinking i really every one of these dollars to precious to put it risk and so i i wouldn't do that if you just want to sit there and rent that house for two years and just camping ill and decide what you wanna do about the future that's not a bad plan not a bad plan and then when you decide then you've got that happening sitting there to activate towards real estate towards a career towards a small business idea or all of the above you know one of those things and you decide i'm going to take some classes i'm gonna get retooled and have my encore career it's time which by the way it's not unusual for a lady between fifty five and sixty years old to make the most money she's ever made in their life and so that's a real possibility for you we call those encore careers and where you go and take a few classes get a specialization get something you've always been interested in and in your free and you're passionate to do that and bom you can do anything so if you need some more help i'm here you call me anytime daniel is whether it's daniels in california as well daniel how are you living like no one else so later i can live like no one else brother how can i help so i am twenty nine ten thirty my wife is twenty six we are in what i believe you would call baby step three b we completely debt free and we have six months worth of savings i'm currently in a phd program that will probably lost another four to five years so we have stuck where we are we live in a special care room and board a kiss situation so are expensive very low and with saving to the best of our ability and budgeting so over the next four to five years we're going to be accruing enough that when i do get a an academic physician that we can put down a significant amount for a mortgage so my question is with this four to five years saving how does one look for good savings accounts money market account whether it's so many options and different rights how do.
"five hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Access funding so five hundred thousand dollars right now the average home in san diego's four hundred and forty thousand so that's that's part of it you know i sure how important it is for me to actually own a home right now just for myself i'd be more but i'm asking you know other than monthly income to live on what are you need funding for well i i guess i would need to get a decent sort of income property but actually i don't wanna have a mortgage i don't wanna have funding anyways so i am just kind that's why i'm not hearing i'm hearing this you're you're you're kind of still reeling a little bit from the uncertainty that this divorce left you in okay and that's that's kind of normal i mean like you said you've been a mom for twenty years and all of a sudden you're so to speak out in the cold you know and that so it's kinda normal to be going oh god what do i do now so but that's what i'm challenging you to do is to smooth that out by looking further into the future and saying okay here's where i wanna go now what are the five steps six steps ten steps to steps it takes for me to get to where i wanna go and how do i use that five hundred thousand to get me there you've got your temper go ahead question i decided to just wait for like two years before i make any decisions and waiting for my daughter does off to college what it'd be the best place to put the money savings account yeah okay you're not gonna make any money on it but you're not gonna lose any money if you put it in the stock market my in good mutual funds like we suggest for long term investing it could go down and you would you know you could lose fifty thousand bucks and you can't afford to lose fifty thousand bucks for this every one of these thank you i was thinking actually every one of these dollars is too precious to put at risk and so i i wouldn't do that if you just want to sit there and rent that house for two years and just camping and decide what you wanna do about the future that's not a bad plan not a bad plan and then when you decide then you've got that half million sitting there to activate towards real estate towards a career towards a small business idea or all of the above you know one of those things and you decide i'm going to take some classes i'm gonna get retooled and have my encore career it's time which by the way it's not unusual at all for a lady between fifty five and sixty years old to make the most money she's ever made in their life and so that's a real possibility for you we call those encore careers and where you go and take a few classes get a specialization something you've.
"five hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Of your two hundred fifty thousand dollars and do five hundred thousand dollar exclusion now it's interesting because back in the ninety s a five hundred thousand dollar gain on at home was i mean it's still big now but it was it was huge back then believe that they that congress i don't know what happened during that time it was a kind of a nice time we got the roth ira rules right at the same time and i tell you it was quite quite nice i can't see anybody doing that nowadays no now it's all just take away you know especially not helping wealthy individuals and really the only people that had five hundred thousand of gain in their property in nineteen ninety six ninety seven we're fairly wealthy individuals well wealthy in term in some in some instances that's true and so i can't see any politician saying well let's raise that the two million dollars 'cause who's got that kind of a house people that would be reason to do it i mean it's it's not gonna happen and at some point and won't seem like all that big a deal but five hundred thousand dollars the nice thing about that is that anybody anybody with you know even fifty thousand dollars a year we can use it can can use it and it it it really wasn't just for well well people it was for everybody bob dole's almost ninety five years old i was gonna say i know he's still alive but he's getting up there well you know he was he was vice president no he ran for vice he ran for forgive me no he was up by well yeah but he also ran for vice president way with with ford i seventy six i think oh i used to do those facts right off the top of my head i believe i'm correct.
"five hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"Five hundred thousand dollars policy for under twenty five dollars a month under a dollar a day don't risk your family's security another minute get your free quote now just call eight hundred six nine four eighty one eighty one that's eight hundred six nine four eighty one eighty one eight hundred six nine four eighty one eighty one or go to selectquote dot com since one thousand nine hundred eighty five we shop you save get full details on the example policy at selectquote dot com slash commercials or price could vary depending on your health issuing company and other factors not available in all states april fifteenth this weekend is international safespace day a day dedicated to survivors of child sexabuse abc's mark remillard spoke with one survivor like millions of americans dr racine macari says she too was a survivor of child sex abuse something she says can often lead people to failed relationships feeling isolated alcohol and drug problems so often people were struggling with issues in adulthood really don't even know that it's related to what happened to them as a child that's why because he wrote her book too much love is not enough describing her own experience as survivor and why she started safespace day we celebrate our resilience come together lick openly and she says she hopes it'll inspire other survivors to seek support mark remillard abc news in washington today a march for science is expected to take place that event coordinated with several hundred other cities around the globe organizers say that the current us government is threatening scientific advancement march for science organizer lucky trans has more than a million people protested trump administration science policies last year they expect more over the weekend demanding government support life saving research if we're not letting scientists have advice in policy then real communities real people really gonna get hurt and the march for science happens in washington and several hundred other cities around.
"five hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WLOB
"Five hundred thousand dollars policy for under twenty five dollars a month under a dollar a day don't risk your family's security another minute get your free quote now just call eight hundred to eighty eighty seven eighty seven that's eight hundred to eighty eighty seven eighty seven eight hundred to eighty eighty seven eighty seven or go to selectquote dot com since one thousand nine hundred eighty five we shop you save get full details on the example policy selectquote dot com slash commercials your price could vary depending on your health issuing company and other factors not available in all states says congressman found guilty of federal fraud and conspiracy charges that he misused charitable donations federal jury in houston says former congressman steve stockman is guilty of stealing money donated to a charity and spending it on himself federal prosecutors allege that stockman a republican who represented part of the houston area and congress was soliciting large amounts of money from conservative foundations and wealthy individuals on behalf of a nevada group called life without limits but checks written to the group were deposited into an account controlled by stockman and we're used for personal expenses are donating to his own political campaign stockman insisted he did nothing wrong and that the supposed deep state was out to get him eban brown fox news chief executive of backpage dot com pleading guilty to money laundering charges in california and agreeing to cooperate in prosecuting the site's creators carl herrera serve no more than five years in state prison under the plea agreement colin kaepernick appears to want to continuous protest during the national anthem if he gets a shot to return to the nfl espn report the seattle seahawks had scheduled a workout with colin kaepernick weeks ago after the team had cut back up quarterback trevan boykin over his arrest on charges connected to domestic violence for the workout was postponed after cabernet told team officials he would continue to kneel during the national anthem in the name of social injustice the day after the scheduled workout cap'n except for a deposition administered by nfl attorneys regarding the league's alleged attempts to conspire to keep him out of the league over his kneeling during the star spangled banner though the workout was postponed the.
"five hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Double Toasted
"China scott there you straighten up but yes boy ninja over here he's been you know been in headlines and apparently making way too much money deuce doesn't formed me of how much this man is making a per month and how much is it again do five hundred around five hundred thousand dollars every five hundred thousand dollars to play twitch with celebrities or play fortnight on twitch with celebrities and have fun and into going and josh and joke around and and be good so you think if you were making that much money you would always be on your best behavior and you would you would know not yeah all right from fucking up and unfortunately you boy tyler he he apparently is a fan of a rapper named logic if you don't know logic as a rapper right now he had the big don't kill yourself song like the suicide suicide number song owed his call logic being biracial he talks about you know being white being black in he wants to while he might i personally don't listen to logic but i've heard some of his stuff and it's all right but he has a song out there and a friend our friend tyler ninja was on on twitch and it was like you know what i'm gonna play with a friend and i was going to you know side a few words from the song is i'm a bust of line for you guys and this is what he said on going back the nfl guy the yams applying wouldn't ecologically because smoke indica monday goes on the day live lays lay say leopards bitter that indicates.
"five hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Five hundred thousand dollars to create the so a lucas james the celebrity trainer he's on site he gives everybody three sessions and then he's got that all set up just beautifully with all state of the art equipment i know says i don't know if i'd like that and then we got a gorgeous pool and you don't have to take care of your pool you've got you know lounge you can go to have parties so you can bring the party home the best thing was the gas fireplace on the it was awesome yeah ninety nine was it like the fire and ice thing was incredible and the pool is an amazing and is the pool outdoors on the restart what's not in the road but it's on the second floor so you've got this beautiful starry sky lighting you can put on in the evenings and then it's open to the beautiful morning sun too so you have the best of both worlds and you know it's sunday morning everyone's going to church so aren't they named after the the you know the sense yeah okay so and then one of the one bedrooms it's called the covet and you walk in there and then there's shower so right there almost in the kitchen so it's a really edgy really sexy so you can let cook and clean all at the same time flip sunday morning drive and there's the concierge there as well as a nice dropping gentlemen.
"five hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Pod Save the People
"Supported and it is also super important for us to ask ourselves as a country why celebrities are giving five hundred thousand dollars to support movements that come that originate in certain communities with students and young people who looked a certain way and and not others um when each of these groups of students are essentially like asking for their their their safety and wellbeing to be fully fully recognised than understood and and folks can kind of talked about that more if if they want opportunity but what i wanted to bring up his his mostly that about was going to move the needle on this and and thinking about how we really just don't have a good understanding of what bullets and what a are fifteen's in an assault weapons actually due to someone's body on i think that people operate under the illusion that a gunshot whether from a handgun or from a must assault rifle is like what you see in the sort of law and order reruns or what you see in like a superhero movie with a mighty kinda just pulls the bullet outta themselves with a with their fingers and then like crossed to the to the hospital or or keeps fighting and that's not what it's like at all i was reading a couple of different pieces there is incredible piece in huffpost from several months ago i think fat it called what bullet through the bodies it's a long read but you should absolutely read it and there's some reporting that was also done by wired uh that was interviewing folks who have who've taken stock of this and in our thinking about this and i just wanted to pull out a couple things from from what i was reading so peter ra.
"five hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WINS 1010
"And this troubling incident is being investigated we are treating this with the utmost seriousness and a working with the nypd to ensure swift followup action is taken unquote wins news time 1204 five a long island man is facing serious charges nassau county police say an old westbury man had hundreds of pounds of marijuana and sold pot across state lines he's well known in the poker tournament circuit but the cards were no longer and mike a raskin's favour after years of allegedly selling large quantities of marijuana and hashish oil to customers in the baltimore area by courrier forty nine year old raskin is accused of stashing it at his house in old westbury and a storage facility in garden city nassau county dea madeleine thing is says authorities found more than three hundred fifty pounds of it between both places that street value for this marijuana recovered of the next five hundred thousand dollars has been called for approximately fourteen hundred pound making it the biggest pot must in county history the investigation continues and more arrests could follow raskin faces eight years in prison if convicted sonia in content ten wins news news time twelve owes six the nypd says it found millions of dollars worth of fenton all last week inside of a fish the fish was in a styrofoam cooler inside of a vehicle in the bronx new york city special narcotics prosecutor brigitte brennan says it is a big deal amount of now that was recovered is pretty significant nearly nine pound which would be and not to produce more than a million doses of set now and it would net in for that drug traffickers probably up to ten million dollars police arrested gianni de los santos martinez of the bronx narcotics detectives had been watching him for some time fencing all is up to fifty times the strongest heroin and is often mixed with heroin and cocaine tim ten wins accuweather 4day forecast partly cloudy cold overnight low 23 in midtown teens in many suburbs later today.
"five hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Five hundred thousand dollars in your a single feyler or married a million dollars or more jointly the current tax rate is thirty nine point six percent they want to drop that in the senate tax plan to thirty eight point five percent on the house side they want to keep it at thirty nine point six percent so roughly eur dropping about one point one percent on the tax rate for the highest highest end and let me just read a couple of text or a couple of messages that came in so jason say yes the region of government revenue needs to come from somewhere in the wealthy do not need a tax break if you give the biggest government revenue driver tax break to where does the revenue come from in that ultimately is the question so if the bill is going to lose money let's say they believe the bills going to geno the rate a trillion dollars in it's going to take about one point six trillion so about six hundred billion dollars could be lost over the course of ten years or by 2020 settlement they look out six hundred billion dollar deficit or adding to the deficit that we already have is a concern that's why they been talking about adding a failsafe which i've never heard before but a failsafe into automatically raise taxes in order to make up for the shortfall which is an interesting interesting thing which i didn't even think you can do but for some reason you can and ultimately what's going to happen let's say someone changes over in three years let's say for whatever reason a democrat gets in the white house okay they run bernie sanders and he gets in and he wants to be democratic socialism you better believe the first thing they do is tax reform over again game laissez republican stays and let's say hey donald trump wins reelection or worstcase scenario something happens he steps down and mike pence or whatever runs for the republican party in wants it so there's another republican in their odds are they'll keep detach plan the way it is or modified in order to make up for the shortfall and by the way a mike prints but pence president wouldn't be a bad thing for revenue this state that he came from an indiana had a billion dollar surplus they had.
"five hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Nice spread worth five hundred thousand dollars to go care like this guy is that living live in high in the hard although i gotta tell you i'm look at it this house an aerial view for five hundred thousand dollars in kentucky man and a lot more than you do for five hundred thousand dollars here bring that same thing to the bay area with the land and everything i mean that's a five three and a half million elliot three three and a half to five million dollars state beautiful the other thing i like about rand paul is he knows his own lawn he does is i love this i love this about a guy good has died her moeller whatever you call now so he's he's do with the rider more he's got the he's got the ear of their loud so he's got earplugs n his and on his own business and he is attacked by his neighbour now his neighbours fifty nine year old rene boop boop boop scher bussir or bouchehr either a boot butcher butcher butcher assaults him so they live in this nice gated community rennes out there mowing his own lawn and he's not taking anything of it he is literally blindsided by this guy the guy just comes out and just gives him the bums rush as we used to call it blindsides him and then start beaten itar out of him senator paul ends up having five broken ribs lung contusions and his face bloodied in the in the process since crazy have you ever anywhere did the guy he's a weapon did he just didn't see that their here here's what i love the fbi's tried to determine if this was politically motivated okay maybe the guy i can't stand the saudi or log mart now it was politically motivated come on now yeah apparently they hadn't had contact in years even though their neighbors and staff actually didn't sound like it was a neighbourly disputes bouteyre is a registered democrat of course rand paul the liver terry and who's a registered republican they've charged with fourthdegree assault a class a misdemeanor he could face up two year prison now here's the other part of the store butcher is himself at empty he's an anesthesiologist and a.
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"Of investments now and so basically misfiring immigratnt can put in alone typically alone of about five hundred thousand dollars and then if that longo's she'll project that creates what let's as calculators without ten jobs that means then they can qualified this means that if the temp initially a conditional neeson overtime can become permanent a permanent greencard care in one of those words there are one on and on which is distressed because this seems like it was kind of a pivotal point of the original lov which is that okay deal one it's obviously seem like people can buy visas or by citizenship but this change to basically trying make certain areas look distress was pretty critical because one of the elements was that it had to be sort of aid risky endeavour because of it's a risky endeavour then you know it's sort of a play and there's a certain degree of certainty that's removed is that sort of the way to interpreted how did we get to this point exactly yes so nationally legislators didn't want to look like visa is our citizenship were for sale in the us said okay investors have to have some skin in the game and have to to some kind i'll have some investment at risk that's kind of new additional investment that we go to places that otherwise won't get help let's create jobs filled a meat factory in iowa let's build as kind of infrastructure toll bridge whatever it may be where there whether it hasn't been investment already where there is high unemployment things like that but over time developers figure out these ways to kinda looks like gerrymandering for voting maps were they would draw the boundaries of the world area or that the stressed area that they're trying to serve and they can drought however they want as long as it's contiguous basically so you would have these crazy looking maps that say all when you do it looked at the census tracks and this crazy serpentine area it turns out the unemployment threshold is high enough so yes you may grab the poorest parts of the bronx but then you're actually building a structure in the billionaires arou in manhattan sort of thing so it's been used largely in cities almost all the money has gone to city is not where all areas.