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Can I Buy a Motorcycle After My Girlfriend Dumped Me?

Ramsey Call of the Day

04:41 min | 8 months ago

Can I Buy a Motorcycle After My Girlfriend Dumped Me?

"Matt is in Washington DC I matt, welcome to the show. David asked thanks so much taking my call. Really appreciate it. Sure. What's up? Hey question. So I don't know if I'm over thinking this or but some twenty five years old and I just moved to DC, it'd be closer to my girlfriend and we broke up. and. So I'm thinking about buying a motorcycle for about five grand I don't know if I can afford it or not. I make a hundred and twenty grand a year. I've got about one hundred and fifty grand cash just in the bank, and I've got another hundred grand just sitting in fifty grand in single socks and their fifty grand four one K. you're kidding they do you got all of that in Holland us about a five thousand purchase. What's really going on six thousand I. Say it again sorry said what's really going on here how much is the motorcycle five thousand dollars While put out one hundred and forty, six, thousand dollars in debt. We'll write a check and pay all that off, and then we'll have a discussion about a motorcycle. And then by the bike yeah. I I don't I to investment properties I I rent where I live and twenty four grand on a car. But I don't know if I'm over thinking or not. But I guess if you know I don't you're saying maybe I am overthinking one percent of your life where he's is a five thousand dollar motorcycle ninety, nine percent of your life where he was one, hundred, forty, six, thousand dollars in debt. Yeah. Write a check and pay off your debt go by the motorcycle. Are you buying a motorcycle grieving over the girlfriend? Yeah. A little bit. Yeah. I want to do. I thought my weekends would be with her and now I'm out together. So I just WANNA go out and make friends and just kind of have stuff to do you know you can make friends without a motorcycle. Batman. Why why do you need a motorcycle make friends? The only down the only negative part about the motorcycles number one, the debts and number two it sounds like it might be some grief spending grieving over the relationship and the not that it's because it's not gonNA, kill you financial. You can afford to buy the bike. You can afford to buy the bike and set fire to it in the driveway and not worry about it wouldn't. It's not GonNa kill you financially but what you can't afford is to get into a situation where you react to. bad feelings in your life by spending. Yes you can't. You can't put that group in your brain that that group will destroy you long-term definitely will definitely will an and hear me clearly ma'am. When you pay off this debt I wanted to go ahead and get your emergency fund backup because I gotTa give it to you to have that kind of money at this age. That's great. You just doing a little bit backwards from what we teach you know. So go ahead and pause all your investments right now because I want to go ahead and get out of debt and then makes you get your three to six months out enough to. Do that he's probably just needs to allocators couple hundred grand if I understood right well as one hundred and fifty thousand in a savings in one, hundred, thousand investments no show you some of both it lets us all the savings. Yes. Hundred Forty six, thousand year paid off four thousand dollars, right? Okay. Pull some out of investments and make sure it's set aside an emergency fund can't him by the bike coke right and you get all three done. Then you've got your first three baby steps, we call them in place mat but just just search your own soul and look in the mirror and go dude is this just I'm just grief spending here. and that's not something you want to get into as a long term thing that every time I feel bad I spend every time I feel bad eat. Those kinds of. This is why we teach don't move until you are married. Don't make a life changing move because he said, he moved to this place for his girlfriend. I mean that's a different subject. We Dave Ramsey show so. Anthony Oneal show whatever? So I'll go with me. You're saying don't chase girls and boys around the country. And not unless you not unless you are married why move to the hardcore why move in with the person you are hardcore Dave Kinda move on I'm not saying on that. Yeah. But I mean chasing somebody you know moving to the city with the person versus. Moving in. Not Moving in. So you into the City House Oh. Yes. See I still I'm St-. If my daughter came home and said I'm moving to another city so I can be closer to my boyfriend I will have a problem with that. Yeah. I mean, it's not wrong. I'm just saying. You're up and ruining your whole life for the possibility of this thing to workout. I think I'd want some circumstances listed out around that before I would make that call. Okay. If it sounded like immature and flighty like she was being used up or manipulated definitely out if she's a strong woman, make her own calls. That's a different issue.

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New home sales drop 4.4% in February

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

New home sales drop 4.4% in February

"New home sales fell four point four percent in February with bigger declines expected in the coming months the commerce department says February sales dropped to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of seven hundred and sixty five thousand homes that's down from a rate of eight hundred thousand homes in January the report also showed that the average price for a home sold last month was just under three hundred and forty six thousand dollars that's up over six percent from the median price in January shortly after Washington

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"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"And B. singer R. Kelly has been pushed back a day and will instead be held tomorrow federal judges reviewing how to proceed in the case that involves separate indictments out of Chicago in New York the fifty two year old was arrested last week on a thirteen count indictment that include sex crimes and obstruction of justice a federal indictment unsealed in New York charging him with racketeering and sex related crimes Kelly remains in federal custody federal prosecutors want to stay there arguing he's dangerous and a flight risk his attorney denies the allegations meantime attorney Michael often ninety says he now represents three alleged victims of singer R. Kelly three whistle blowers who of information about the case and three parents of reported victims speaking at a press conference here in Chicago today often ninety says that at least one of the whistle blowers made copies of the tapes that often ninety ultimately turned over to cook county state's attorney Kim fox bear Lightfoot keeping her pledge not to give the U. S. department of immigration and customs enforcement any help and what you called heartless work so far doesn't appear that any federal action was taken over the weekend that the mayor said her office is investigating unconfirmed reports of ice arrest in Gage park so is there any chance for immigration reform moving forward bill Cameron has that story believe it or not there is some consensus in Congress for compromise senator Dick Durbin was talking about some of the elements of it on face the nation so under first I'm like the president we happen to believe that we need to have foreign assistance to these three countries in Central America it's the only only hope we have to stabilize the situation so fewer people are exiting trying to find their way into the United States secondly when it comes to the transporters and smugglers come down on like a ton of bricks I have no sympathy for human traffickers wherever they may be stiffer penalties more enforcement on Ford more immigration court judges of course what remains to be seen though is whether there is political will to compromise bill Cameron they're less a may nineteen news officials believe a house fire in unincorporated Elmhurst last week was intentionally set Nico reports three bodies found inside had gunshot wounds police believe it was a murder suicide with arson in the mix do page county investigators say forty three year old Jamie Jones shot her son's nineteen year old Nathan Harris and sixteen year old Jason Harris before starting the fire than turning the gun on herself officials responded to reports of employees around nine thirty then on a July twelfth in the three hundred block of willow road in unincorporated elm Hurst Mikhail W. LSA a meat ninety news the mother of a former university of Illinois student convicted of killing a Chinese scholar told the jury deciding his fate that would be horrible if he is put to death Ellen Williams testified today the brand Christiansen's crime is horrible and feel she feels very bad but she said it would be devastating if her son does get the death penalty Williams testimony part of the penalty phase of Christian since trial the federal jury that found him guilty last month in the twenty seventeen killing of you hanging saying now must decide if he should be executed or allowed to live the rest of his life in prison prosecutors pushing for the death penalty defense arguing life in prison is punishment enough the father of a pregnant Chicago postal workers as police have hit a brick wall and he's urging the public to share any information about his daughter's disappearance last fall here Coles and called in sick last October second but she was last seen that same day on surveillance video wearing her US postal service uniform there is a forty six thousand dollar reward any information they were once home to the makers of Franco men's but soon Macy's top floors may become new office space are Scott Childress has that story the Chicago Tribune reporting that developer Brookfield properties plans to turn the top floors of the former Marshall field's building in a modern office space with a separate entrance just for office tenants and a ten thousand square foot roof top deck older Chicago landmarks of experienced a resurgence in recent years including the old post office merchandise Mart and by dina temple Brookfield properties purchased the eighth through fourteen floors from Macy's for thirty million dollars last year the building is registered as a Chicago and national landmark no tenants have been announced yet schedulers WLS AM eight ninety news is forced the cubs win big over the piracy to three they host the Reds tonight the Sox lose to the Oakland a three to two socks at the Royals ten nights meantime before I go to traffic at six oh six John just updating you on the prime day offering special deals to folks it's the Amazon workers who are pro testing because yeah they don't like their wages and their benefits so they want them to be better do you know what the the minute I was I said why are people protest area I thought to myself wait a minute these are these are the workers I got about twenty text message here the rusty John these are Amazon workers who are down for higher wages yeah unless repetitive work well I'm sorry it is what it is I did piece work way back when for a couple of summers you know when I wasn't dancing to put myself through college right at that club I I had to do some peace work at this factory yes it is repetitive it is what it is it is a job back to Lawrence speaking of jobs let's take a look at traffic.

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"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It's one o'clock in the morning time for the news. Here's Vic Vaughn. Thank you, Carl Lisa. It's mostly cloudy. Fifty eight degrees at O'Hare this morning reward monies up to forty six thousand dollars now to find Twenty-seven-year-old missing US, postal worker Kohl's someone added eighteen thousand dollars to the fund Sunday. She's last seen in surveillance video October of last year. She appears to be wearing her postal uniform, walking, pastor Carney Radi. Second Kohl's as she was scheduled to work the day. She appears in that video. The postal service says she called in sick. She was pregnant when she disappeared her due date was twelve days ago. The Trump administration has deployed aircraft carrier to the Middle East ABC's Louis Martinez reports from Washington a US official says. A decision to send the carrier in the bombers to the Middle East was in response to intelligence showing an Iranian attack on US forces was in the works. The official said they were clear indications that Iran, Iranian proxies were preparing an attack against US military forces either on land or at sea in a statement national security adviser, John Bolton said the US is not seeking war with the Iranian regime, but we are fully prepared to respond to any attack. Whether by proxy, the Islamic revolutionary guard corps or regular reinforces we Martinez. ABC news Washington could be a volatile day of trading on Wall Street. Dow futures dropping last night shedding hundreds of points. The market experts say reacting to President Trump's renewed threats to increasing system tariffs on Chinese goods. If a trade deal does more cout business insiders, Bob Bryan is covering those trade talks. What President Trump is doing these imposing a new tax or tariff at the border win American companies are bringing in goods from China. So the president wants to increase the. Tariffs that he's already hit Chinese goods with and put tariffs on new goods that are coming in from China. Speaking on ABC's start here podcast someday. A group of Republican lawmakers in Wisconsin are proposing new abortion laws that have already garnered a veto threat. From the governor WGN Trotter Badische what's being called enough to rally the Republican base assembly and Senate Republicans will hold hearings Tuesday on their proposals. One would pull certification from private healthcare providers who perform abortions another would require healthcare providers to care for babies born alive after an attempted abortion. Wisconsin governor Tony Evers has already said he'd fee toe the born alive Bill, Roger badesch, WGN news..

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"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It's an example of how broken our healthcare system is it's not just about the cost. It's about the complication for me. But this this part here is both because the conscious obscene, and you have to deal with it. If to find out is this really true, get the run around from Sharon's companies. Orca the hospital woman got Arabia's treatment for one shot. Which the cost of which would be about Forty-five forty three hundred she had to pay forty two forty six excuse me, forty six thousand dollars. That's what she was charged. Now, the forty six thousand dollar charge represented the list prices the hospital had in place. September twenty two. Of eighteen when she was treated. A month after she was treated that charge. Went down from forty six thousand to nine thousand gives you an idea of how much they're marking it up. That should not be allowed. This system is obscene and broken please vote to fix it. You would vote. To fix it by choosing a candidate. Candidates for legislature and your executive branches that committed to fixing this again involves trying to get the lobbyists out of power. But laws in their put caps on things. It's just not right. Capitalism is great. But it needs some controls in place. He may not think that now. But when you get a Bill for forty six thousand dollars for something that costs forty three hundred. And could cost maybe nine thousand and have them still make.

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"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"Cash on hand, grew to one hundred forty, six thousand dollars k the fucking kill on it. Yeah, the work was brutal. Social darwinist Herbert Spencer said that quote a week in the Pittsburgh mills would be enough to make a sane man commit suicide. A social darwinist. Yeah, that's kind of a lame title. By the way, it's a hard guy to road for doing by simply didn't make a lot of money. That's a hard job. It's a lot of it's on spec. Excuse me. Do you need is social darwinist? Absolutely. Not. And this kinda me no. Hang out with you, you know, who's the alpha and tell you stuff. Now Darwin gives us shit works with kids are leaking pins. I don't have time for this. That's actually part of. I don't care leave because if you eat a pin, what Darwin would say, what would you say? That's a fucking idiot. Fuck outta here leave here. Have you thought about not living pens around for your kids to eat? Yeah, I've thought about it. Okay. Yeah. Okay. All right. Yeah. Cool. All right. It sounds like you might need a social darwinist. I do not. Yeah. Wait. Okay. The union agreement reached in an eighteen eighty nine was ending on July. First eighteen ninety two Henry thought those be his chance to deal the union a blow because they kept winning in ninety two contracts up, right? So he's going to take it to take out democracy. That's right. Yeah. The steel business wasn't decline as another capitalist bubble was about to burst the next year. Henry Carnegie saw labor as the place to keep profits coming in. So Henry focus on reducing wages of two, three hundred and twenty six out of the three thousand eight.

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"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Billy's billy. Looking for some from advice? Let's see can give some that. Would be useful. Okay. Lee currently have a mortgage with about forty six thousand dollars island and we've got a money market account. We got about forty nine thousand dollars in it or no. It was a decision to pay the house off would that still have a little bit of money, you know, for emergencies or anything? So do you have any other debts and your life? Not the only that we have you know, that sounds like a great idea to just blow out that money market account and kill off the mortgage because your mortgage is what percent for three percent right now three's a very low rate. But your money market is paying if you're lucky one percent. And what do you pay per month for the mortgage right now, the mortgage is about six hundred dollars a month? Paying six hundred dollars extra to try to pay it off every month. You can you want to build up more cushion, you can keep putting money back into the money market. But I would say even though your mortgage rate is so low. If you've got nothing else, you're worrying about about paying bills that it would be a neat idea just to blow out the mortgage and live completely mortgage debt free. But there's a second question for you before you get the full green light. What are you doing to save for retirement? Right now, I've got a 4._0._1._K with my my company. I'm putting fifteen percent of up pay off the mortgage. Okay. All right. Well, and I hope that the you inspire other people here you are on the edge of being completely debt free. And you're doing a great job saving for your future and for retirement. So just write them that check with you pay off the mortgage, one of the gifts that your Bank gives you is you're gonna have to pay them twenty or twenty five dollars. To give you the permission ladder to send them to forty six thousand. Okay. And they call that the payoff letter, and they've got to get the money on the exact the payoff letter will show you if you pay off this loan on such and such a date. This is the amount you have to send us and every day after that you have to send us an extra nine dollars or twelve dollars or whatever. And so you got to pay for that wetter, and then send in the money. Okay. So go for it. All right. And then have that big party for that mortgage burning and congrats to.

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"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Hello. Hey day, looking for some advice. I can give. Give some that would be useful. Okay. We currently have a mortgage oil about forty six thousand dollars and we've got a money market account. We got about forty nine thousand dollars in it or not it was a decision to pay the house off would that have a little bit of money, you know, for emergencies or anything. So do you have any other debts in your life? Nope. Is the only that we have you know, that sounds like a great idea to just blow out that money market account and kill off the mortgage because your mortgage is what percent for three percent right now three's a very low rate. But your money market is paying if you're lucky one percent low. Yeah. And what do you pay per month for the mortgage? The mortgage is about six hundred dollars a month. We've been paying six hundred dollars extra to try to pay it off every month. You can you want to build out more cushion, you can keep putting money back into the money market. But I would say even though your mortgage rate is so low. If you've got nothing else, you're worrying about about paying bills that it would be a neat idea just to blow out the mortgage and live completely mortgage debt free. But there's a second question for you before you get the full green light. What are you doing to save for retirement? Right now, I've got a 4._0._1._K with my my company. I'm putting fifteen percent of my pay off the mortgage. Okay. All right. Yeah. Well, and I hope that the you inspire other people here you are on the edge of being completely debt free. And you're doing a great job saving for your future. And for retirement. So right. Just write them that check with you pay off the mortgage, one of the gifts that your Bank gives you is you're gonna have to pay them twenty or twenty five dollars to give you the permission ladder to send them the forty six thousand. Okay. And they call that the payoff letter, and they've got to get the money on the exact the payoff letter will show you if you pay off this loan on such and such a date. This is the amount you have to send us and every day after that you have to send us an extra nine dollars or twelve dollars or whatever. And so you got to pay for that wetter, and then send in the money. Okay. Go for it. All right. And then have that big party for that mortgage burning and congrats to you and anyone else who.

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"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:14 min | 3 years ago

"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Am the answer sorry about immigration these days graham nash david crosby an immigration man from nineteen seventytwo the occasion there is not topical but the great graham nash has a compilation album just released a couple of days ago cold over the years it's out now graham nash solo stuff in the crosby stills nash ny stuff that he sort of took lead on graham nash fans there it is just a couple of days ago called over the years already so on a busy friday heading into a busy weekend in next week oh my gosh i can scarcely imagine it will be monday night when we learn of the president's supreme court pick and we're talking about the that person's ascendancy and that person entering the scene and also a big topic of course the exit from the scene of scott pruitt my take on it is that pruitt ran into a buzzsaw that he should have known was there and there there's almost no apples and apples comparison here these these were largely to faults as a friend dwayne batters and says this is not the kind of stuff that usually gets you drummed from office or written on a rail out of town the pruitt resignation letter contains references to his horrible treatment at the hands of the media i am sympathetic and i am a fan of administrator pruitt and he was one of the most meaningful inconsequential conservative reformers in the trump administration which is why he had to go but as the wall street journal wisely points out in its editorial this morning a lot of unforced errors on his part if you are going to be the you know you're going to have a laser pointer on your chest if the entire time you're walking around if you know the long knives are going to be out for you choose your metaphor you gotta fly coach man you gotta fly coach let's head out northeast san antonio texas brad mark davis in for hugh hewitt how're you doing good morning oh kinda just endured a rainstorm here and have my soggy wall street journal in front of me and i was reading the same up in i guess about pruitt and a man that's smart you know he would have somebody an advisor or person would say you know you can do this you can fly first class but you know the media's gonna sees that you're going to be in the spotlight now look at the optics what message is that that you're some kind of elite guide and my favorite one and and and i don't know if this is verifier permits he had a big expense for personal security and i know there are people like the environment liberation front than just an environmentalist wackos tamara fraser never talk host i know those are out there and if those people were intimidating or threatening him and things like that i guess some kind of a security thing would be appropriate that you're out you're right and the wall street journal write he he was a good guy but he he gave him entirely too much ammunition and it was comprehend to go obviously the thing that i don't like trump doesn't ever have people come behind the woodshed so to speak and give them a warning or say hey or maybe not directly because there's somebody went and found some audio trump some months ago saying well i'm not pleased i'm not pleased telling a gaggle of reporters i'm not pleased is not the same as having pruitt in and saying dude i love you you're one of the most valuable conservative cogs in the wheel of my administration stop killing me stop stop stop killing your reputation with excesses that are not gonna play well brad thank you free she invest everybody in see below texas now but brad's point is is is well taken and as we go take a look at the various things that that that that scott pruitt did anything that really is valid lee security related i i will completely give latitude for even in terms of some telephone security everybody's talking about the forty six thousand dollar phone booth or whatever looks like some affectation in a man cave that was not some of the staffing stuff in some of the after the fact that jimmy with some schedule records that's not good but you probably don't wanna know how many people would have done harm or worse to scott pruitt simply because he is returning was returning sanity to environmental policy mark davis in for hugh hewitt stick around.

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"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The patriot about immigration these days graham nash david crosby an immigration man from nineteen seventy seventytwo the occasion there's not topical but the great graham nash has a compilation album just released a couple of days ago cold over the years it's out now graham national of solo stuff in the crosby stills nash cs ny stuff that he sort of took leader graham nash fans there it is album i just a couple of days ago called over the years already so on a busy friday heading into a busy weekend and next week oh my gosh i can scarcely imagine it will be monday night when we learn of the president's supreme court pick and we're talking about the that person's ascendancy in that person entering the scene and also a big topic of course the exit from the scene of scott pruitt my take on it is that pruitt ran into a buzzsaw saw that he should have known was there and it there there's almost no apples and apples comparison here these these were largely to faults as a friend duane batters and says this is not the kind of stuff that usually gets you drummed from office or written on a rail out of town the pruitt resignation letter contains references to his horrible treatment of the hands of the media i am sympathetic and i i am a fan of administrator pruitt and he was one of the most meaningful inconsequential conservative reformers in the trump administration which is why he had to go but as the wall street journal wisely points out in its editorial this morning a lot of unforced errors on his part if you are going to be if you know you're gonna have a laser pointer on your chest to the entire time you're walking around if you know the long knives are going to be out for you choose your metaphor you gotta fly coach man you gotta fly coach let's head up northeast san antonio to ceelo texas brad mark davis in for hugh hewitt how're you doing good morning kinda just endured a rainstorm here and have my soggy wall street journal in front of me and i was reading the same up in i guess about pruitt and a man that's smart you know seems like you would have somebody an advisor or person to would say you know you can do this you can fly first class but you know the media's gonna sees that you're going to be in the spotlight now look at the optics what messages that you're some kind of elite guide and my favorite one and and i don't know if you can get verifier confirm it he had a big expense for personal security and i know there are people like the environment liberation front and just an environmentalist wackos tamara fraser from another talk i know those are out there and if those people were intimidating or threatening him and things like that i guess some kind of a security thing would be appropriate that you're you're right in the wall street journal right he he was a good guy but he gave him entirely too much ammunition and it was tamper him to go obviously the thing that i don't like trump doesn't ever have people come behind the woodshed to speak and give them a warning or say hey or maybe not directly because there's somebody went and found some audio of trump's some months ago saying well i'm not pleased i'm not please tell telling a gaggle of reporters i'm not pleased is not the same as having pruitt in and saying dude i love you you're one of the most valuable conservative cogs in the wheel of my administration stop killing me stop stop stop killing your reputation with excesses that are not gonna play well brad thank you freesheet an invest everybody in see below texas now but but brad's point is is is well taken and as we go take a look at the various things that that that that scott pruitt did anything that really is valid lee security related i i will completely give latitude for even in terms of some telephone security everybody's talking about the forty six thousand dollar phone booth or whatever looks like some affectation in a man cave it was not some of the staffing stuff in some of the after the fact that jimmy with some schedule records that's not good but you probably don't want to know how many people would have done harm or worse to scott pruitt simply because he is returning was returning sanity to environmental policy mark davis in for hugh hewitt stick around.

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"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on 790 KABC

"A woman who modeled for valentino oversaw victoria secret is suing a hilton hotel in palm desert claiming she was massacred by bed bugs oh god brazilian model sabrina jails shape pierre said that she had a severe reaction to bedbug bites that required medical attention and affected her ability to model will staying at palm desert embassy suites two years ago at least you got the free breakfast and the manager special at night attorney brian virago who secured who secured in october a five hundred and forty six thousand dollar jury verdict over a bedbugs case at a hilton garden inn says the bites covered pretty much all her entire body and it was the worst he's ever seen that's nasty here's the scary part about bedbugs it doesn't matter if you're staying at the no tell motel or the four seasons sure they can go in either place yep they don't check in they don't like to check out care they do enjoy the four seasons but i think they probably like the lower rate of motels better because they don't get cleaned as thoroughly so they can hide better and they don't have to check out as quickly do you check under the sheets for bed bugs go into tone i don't i don't either but i should because if i were to get bedbugs it would literally drive me and say it would be very very trying there's no doubt about it i and you know you can carry them backs i always think about river a few years ago when new york city was riddled with this problem to you remember that they had them at the cnn green room in new york yeah and so i remember i was talking to dr drew about it and i said well thank god they're not here he goes well here's at cnn at the time because it's very easy for somebody to transfer them and i it is yes in your luggage and you're disgusted all right what filthy cnn personality do you think brought those to the green room i i think they all look like lovely people but someone had to do it though who do you think it was certainly not chris cuomo no definitely not clean yeah you know you see people you're like dirty he seems clean does it smell fucking sexy i'm going to say gosh cnn wolf maybe in his beard i don't know now burrowed into his facing burrowed that's a tough one don't know could have been a guest could have been a guess they put up an hotel that's true you never know very dangerous john paul right oh what do you say we play the game apparently you turn the light on and they scurry to so gross shut up tina is it tina in tarzana what's up teen in china i'm good thank you you guys we are terrific today okay it is time to play the what the hell is that game and tina in tarzana for nine hundred dollars we're gonna play the sound you could hear it twice and then you're gonna take a guess are you ready yes all right cue the sound you want to hear it again tina 'cause i do yeah one more time oh trying to guess at this morning to it sounds like one of those electric devices that you now oh electric nails okay woman says nail gun oh my god i would have said that to grow oh wow well tina listen that was an awesome gas because i really was thinking along those lines two we're still going to give you a credit to lucille's barbecue so there's that thank you for playing you got the line for the.

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Roseanne racist remark seen in context of tone set by Trump

Hugh Hewitt

02:49 min | 3 years ago

Roseanne racist remark seen in context of tone set by Trump

"This morning rasa kaye is here with more of america's first news well gordon secretary of state mike pompeo says there's been progress toward a possible summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un pompeo met with kim confidante kim yang chow who is set to handdelivered a letter to president trump today from the north korean leader contents unknown a twenty five percent tax on steel and ten percent tax on aluminum from the eu mexico and canada into the us started at midnight canadian prime minister justin trudeau objected strongly calling the tariffs and a front to our two nations military alliance the european commission is vowing to bring a case before the world trade organization and impose impose duties on us imports the reward for stephen wiggins is up to forty six thousand dollars police say he's the suspected killer of tennessee sheriff's deputy fatally shot during a traffic stop early wednesday the tennessee bureau of investigation says despite receiving hundreds of tips there have been no confirmed sightings of wiggins considered armed endanger highly anticipated jobs districts are out before the markets open economists expect the us added one hundred ninety thousand nonfarm jobs in may up from one hundred sixty four thousand the month before the unemployment rate is forecast to stay at three point nine percent denmark's the latest e you country to ban full face veils mainly this will affect muslim women wearing a niqab burqa amnesty international calls the voter discriminatory violation of women's rights but the justice minister says being able to see each other's facial expressions is a value in denmark to sponsors pulled their ads from full frontal with samantha b after the host used of vulgarity to describe ivanka trump on the show wednesday night be apologized as did her network tbs and the philadelphia zoo is working with police to locate three peacocks still missing since stalling traffic along the nearby busy schuylkill expressway wednesday night the zoo says peacocks have roamed off its property in the past but always turned four escape this time but one was found dead on the highway likely struck by surprised vehicle wow i like that zoo haven't been awhile since the kids were younger experience the unmatched beauty of dance in the desert at the world premiere of bali arizona's arocca at desert botanical garden performed under the desert sky artistic director yves anderson created this new ballet to inspire the sole reawaken human spirit and embrace.

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Canada to hit U.S. with retaliatory tariffs in response to Trump’s steel tariffs

Wall Street Journal This Morning

02:04 min | 3 years ago

Canada to hit U.S. with retaliatory tariffs in response to Trump’s steel tariffs

"This morning rossa k is here with more of america's first news after meeting a atop john yang official in new york secretary of state mike pompeo says denuclearization talks with north korea are moving in the right direction but he still won't commit to a date this is a difficult difficult challenge make no mistake about it there remains a great deal of work to do general kim yang chow travels to washington today to deliver a letter from kim jong un to president trump mr trump spent over an hour offering private condolences to some of the families affected by this month's deadly center fate texas school shooting reporters not permitted to witness the meeting at coastguard base outside houston as eucation secretary betsy devos announced a one million dollar grant to the school district to help with recovery efforts three national civil rights organizations are suing the education department the national federation of the blind the council of parents attorneys and advocates and the end ablaze cpr codefendants they allege new procedures that let the department's office for civil rights dismissed complaints it considers a drain on resources are unlawful at canadian prime minister justin trudeau to the list of world leaders dismayed by the us decision to levy steel and aluminum tariffs on canada mexico and the eu the government of canada is confident that shared values geography common interests will ultimately overcome protectionism but canada now plants countermeasures on thirteen billion dollars worth of us codes effective july first including a twenty five percent tariff on assorted us steel products including railway tracks piping steel sheets a reward of up to forty six thousand dollars is being offered for information leading to the arrest of stephen wiggins the suspected killer of tennessee sheriff's deputy shot during a traffic stop early wednesday the tennessee bureau of investigations released new photos of a bearded wiggins taken tuesday night at a walmart in the dixon area and asking the public to retreat them scientists have created the first three d printed human corneas researchers at newcastle university in the uk did it using a.

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Mike Pompeo, Samantha B and Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation discussed on The Mike Opelka Show

The Mike Opelka Show

02:18 min | 3 years ago

Mike Pompeo, Samantha B and Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation discussed on The Mike Opelka Show

"This morning rossa k is here with more of america's first news well gordon secretary of state mike pompeo says there's been progress toward a possible summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un pompeo met with kim confidante kim yong challah who is set to handle liver a letter to president trump today from the north korean leader contents unknown a twenty five percent tax on steel and ten percent tax on aluminum from the eu mexico and canada into the us started at midnight canadian prime minister justin trudeau objected strongly calling the tariff center front to our two nations military alliance the european commission is vowing to bring a case before the world trade organization and impose impose duties on us imports their reward for stephen wiggins is up to forty six thousand dollars police say he's the suspected killer of tennessee sheriff's deputy fatally shot during a traffic stop early wednesday the tennessee bureau of investigation says despite receiving hundreds of tips there have been no confirmed sightings of wiggins considered armed endanger highly anticipated job statistics are eligible for the markets open economists expect the us added one hundred ninety thousand nonfarm jobs in may up from one hundred sixty four thousand the month before the employment rate is forecast to stay at three point nine percent denmark's the latest e you country to ban fullface avails mainly this will affect muslim women wearing a niqab or burqa amnesty international calls the voter discriminatory violation of women's rights but the justice minister says being able to see each other's facial expressions is of value in denmark to sponsors pulled their ads from full frontal with samantha b after the host used of vulgarity to describe ivanka trump on the show wednesday night be apologized as did her network tbs and the philadelphia zoo is working with police to locate three peacocks still missing since stalling traffic along the nearby busy schuylkill expressway wednesday night the zoo says peacocks have roamed off its property in the past but always turned for escape this time but one was found dead on the highway likely struck by surprise vehicle i like that zoo i haven't been in awhile since the kids were younger that's a good zoo the philadelphia zoo apparently some people haven't been back in a while either.

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"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"And austrian multifamily mentor scott since your central base of operations is out of houston you watch the houston market fairly closely and it appears that there's some really good news on the rise in here talking about in our business employment is almost say one on one really i think it's something like a one two three or one to four ratio of units that will be leased by numbers of families that move in type of deal but employment is the real stickler behind all this and you've got some numbers on that i believe they're looking really good for next year or this year number in in a number falls off the back of the rolling one year trailing twelve months of averages so all of last year we were running in the forty two to forty six thousand dollar job number of jobs that we had added previous twelve months right up until the end of the year now at the beginning of this year we went through to a few forecasts in the consensus was somewhere between fifty thousand and sixty thousand jobs that we would add a houston this year so with the first quarter just ending i actually went and found a report from texas stadium real estate center that summarized the results and one of the things that was in there that was really shocking is that the houston metropolitan area at thirty thousand jobs in the first three months of this area of this year eight thousand of them in the last month so we are just way ahead we've we've achieved fifty percent or better of what they thought was going to happen the first three months of the year and some of the drivers on that they anticipated a much bigger drop off in construction related jobs from the harvey hurricane that we had back in august september timeframe and that really hasn't happened those jobs have stayed there being drawn out and and there are other jobs taking their place so we're not losing those employment people that are having to now also tell you there's some surprising things that actually going on that i don't know we're in the forecast for instance friday i was hosting the acquisition road trip but the lifestyles office and one of the members had it newspeak pop up on.

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"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on Here & Now

"That program that we had so much fun doing that taking drug dealer money and passing it out people trying to put drug dealers in jail what's wrong with that it's someone need money off of something illegal be it selling drugs or running a ponzi scheme reasonable people would agree that they shouldn't get to keep the money john farley works in the us attorney's office in concord new hampshire farley can't comment on the case of alex temple the forty six thousand dollar man since his office is handling it but he did say look the government is not going to bring forward cases it doesn't think it can win and all of these cases in the end are decided by a federal judge or jury if someone has a legitimate defense if they really truly were innocent owner if there is a a legitimate expectation for why someone has this large quantity of cash we're not gonna just sit back and wait for a trial to see what happens i mean we're going to take that very very seriously in how we assess what to do with that case farley says they did any given time there roughly one to two dozen active asset forfeiture cases in new hampshire that may not seem like a lot but the money here does add up since twenty ten new hampshire public radio found that law enforcement departments here received nearly ten and a half million dollars through what's called the federal equitable sharing program that money helps local departments fund undercover work and equipment they may not otherwise be able to afford as for the case of the cash found in a whole food shopping bag there's been an interesting wrinkle alex temple who was driving the car hasn't stepped forward to challenge the case instead someone had edward phipps has filed a petition claiming that the cash is actually his in court paperwork the main resident claims the money was lawfully obtained although he hasn't yet explain how he got it.

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"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on Here & Now

"Edited of course is not a legal to be traveling with forty six thousand dollars in cash law enforcement should be able to take people's money simply by assuming without concrete evidence that his drug related simply due to its is the legal maneuver that allows the government to seize money in these cases is called civil asset forfeiture in a sense the property not necessarily the person is accused of a crime and the case names reflect that this one for example is called the us versus forty six thousand dollars asset forfeiture cases can be brought in both state and federal courts but in two thousand sixteen new hampshire changed its rules it's law enforcement can only take money when someone is actually arrested charged and found guilty of a crime states across the country are tightening their policies right now backers say a civil forfeiture is a system ripe with abuse and be that it creates the wrong incentives for law enforcement who get to keep some of the cash they call it policing for profit new hampshire's new rules though they don't apply to federal cases that means all state trooper or local officer needs to do is call in federal agents like the fbi homeland security and they can seize the money even if there isn't interested in conviction that's what happened with the forty six thousand dollars it's a loophole the there's definitely a loophole that allows state and local law enforcement to bypass state policy set by our legislature this is greg more with the group americans for prosperity he along with the aclu pushed for the stricter state laws this wasn't based on any specific case of fraud but rather a philosophical belief about the role of government that there needs to be a high bar if the state wants to take people's money under the obama administration there was a reduction in some types of federal asset forfeiture cases but under president trump and his attorney general jeff sessions the us department of justice is expanding the program here's sessions omay i love.

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"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"You don't have to do that once i get it enough sold so that i can afford it well no here's the deal you you're really brilliant so this you need to get the side hustle up and launched is it officially launched the website is up i'm i'm working with the kickstart team at infusion soft to to get the the the marketing campaigns up and that's going to be coming in the next week or two c i know those guys personally i know they're they're they're really good they'll help you with the marketing and and john you're making enough money that you can in the early days when you feel the time is right hire a marketing consultant you don't have to pay full time you bring them in and they do what you don't do very well right it's very simple you can do this you have the financial wherewithal john do all of this so you just you're gonna visually start to shift is what's going to happen this forty six thousand dollars you've been doing on the side eventually once you get that emergency fund fully funded i want you to start to take some of the time and eventually you bleed all that time out of that forty six thousand dollar where you're just doing on the side consulting essentially and you just put all of that time into your new business and you keep building it on the side there's no pressure on you john you're debt free you got a fully funded emergency fund your funding retirement you're paying off your house you and your wife for killing it and you got your dream business up and going and three years from now maybe you can fully step into that i don't know but you're in such financial shape john that you have absolutely nothing to be afraid of because you're smart and you know how to do stuff debt free as you're gonna.

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"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"This eight hundred and forty six thousand dollars almost a million bucks and it was lost isn't that crazy at can you imagine what it would be like if you were waiting on this check so your family's inherited it in your trying to figure out hey when is this going to show up what do we do well it beginning february lewis paul herbert his family was going over their fathers will and they were divide dean up the inheritance between all the family members and herbert said he went to the ups store in cornwall ontario to pick up a package that his sister had sent him containing his part of this the bank check with his part of the fortune only it wasn't there and it never showed up it never arrived he had been waiting there since three pm and they said were sorry we don't know words that and disaster he said you now what are we do will come to find out the family it said they talked to different people saying here's the best way to send it here's how you can track it this is the best type of draft to use well all in all the only thing the so far the families received as a thirty two dollar refund on the shipping fees for that check the money still missing unfortunately the bank um is trying to say will now what do we do in the families is why can't we just issue another one and they said well we'll do that but if the other one gets cached by someone out there you get a promise to pay us back what a mess min i would not want to be in there it let's go to the phone lines in check in see who's golan in with us year good morning tom anderson joe who's iss oh my on the air or yeah hey bill sorry about that but i hope i myself today so i'm doing phone lines talking in the my in a couldn't vet the call been how you doing me it well i just tried their car you before you get off i been doing some business this morning uh before i forget you know how people are wish you a.

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"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Hundred and forty six thousand dollars from td candidates for us and ups somehow miss place it and they have offered an apology in agreed to pay the thirty two dollars for the mailing costs back to the man through byrom moving so magnanimous shah's can't i mean can you imagine eight hundred m what are you doing in your england heritage and that's what i don't understand about the road rank pick that up because yeah i don't understand i'm marty ther her to words for your wire transfer well it said his sister uh mailed him his share of the inheritance uh and you i guess ups was the one that was handling it i suppose here's the make any sense why would you do that if you if it's that much monte there you can even if you're broke now you can find a way to put gas in your car to go pick that money up even if you've gotta sit out of for a week of walking to the bank go enter trust me i'll pay your back i'll pay you back door take a brother a good fourth i would walk i would i would walk for a week straight and then once i got to the bank got mamani walked to the nearest car what i'm going back past well it says taylor whose the sister sent the money through ups from uh from her lawyer about two hundred seventy miles away so she's she's within driving distance all right um so herbert that's the guy that was supposed to receive it wouldn't have to worry about picking up the money because he wants to worry about job and down to pick up eight hundred forty six thousand dollar or herber herbert temerity britain can unreal for popo bombing no one herbert you should have issued his tight something closure won't countries saw about your priorities harbor herbert term also got one jetski you'll love the catch i guess so canadian cash not i don't know how the candidate came and all the s biggles ari that was part of the.

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"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Eight hundred and forty six thousand dollars almost a million bucks and it was lost isn't that crazy can can you imagine what it would be like if you were waiting on this checks or your family's inherited it in your trying to figure out hey when is this going to show up what do we do well it beginning february lewis paul herbert his family was going over their fathers will and they were divide dean up the inheritance between all the family members and herbert said he went to the ups store in cornwall ontario to pick up a package that his sister had sent him containing his part of this the bank check with his part of the fortune only it wasn't there and it never showed up it never arrived had been waiting there since three pm and they said were sorry we don't know where it's that and disaster see a now what are we do will come to find out the family said they talked to different people saying here's the best way to send it here's how you can track it this is the best type of draft a use well all in all the only thing the so far the families received as a thirty two dollar refund on the shipping fees for that check the money still missing unfortunately the bank is trying to say will now what do we do in the family says why can't we just issue another one and they said well we'll do that but if the other one gets cached by someone out there you get a promise to pay us back what a mess min i would not want to be in there it let's go to the phone lines in check in see who's golan in with us here good morning tom anderson joe who's s oh my on the air or yeah hey bill sorry about that but i hope i myself today so i am doing phone lines talking in the minor league in a couldn't vet the call been how you doing man well i just tried their car you before you get off i been doing some business this morning the.

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"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"forty six thousand dollar" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of the private student loans i seen upwards i had a few clients come through there were two and one had a twelve point eight five interest rates um really on a fixed interest rate yeah they are were very expensive what he legitimating the cost to colleges right now when i work with families my goal is to take a forty six thousand dollar actually seventy this forty thousand dollars ticket price get to somewhere in the mid to low twenties is is really my goal and working with family to me better twenty five thousand a year that's where we're kind of targeting that's how much money i should be ready to have 25000 25000 year outofpocket cost to the family and white what why did you just reference forty to seventy kay forty said he seventy kay is going to be the sticker price that's what they're going to charge but then there your kid gotta be average civil knock ten off and hear some loans and grants eggs jacqueline says schools do that all the time enormous understand why then why do they call the sixty thousand dollar year room and board and tuition when really nobody pays that it everybody's pan fortytwo well it's a private schools nobody pay sticker price safe schools yell out in staples don't have as much merit money merit eta's we want you to come here surround knocked up an off the price and the problem with with the state schools times kids want to go out of state and they want to go to the flagship go right they wanted to indiana university of wisconsin madison in those schools are fina forty fifty thousand dollars a year and you will pay sticker price for those schools give an example of a family i don't know i hate to say this may be tell me one the did a right to give me an example of somebody who did it wrong too well what am i classic stories and really got me on the whole student loan debt kick was i had a young lady come into my office a couple of years ago and she came out li colleges a hundred.

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