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Will the Fires That Made Centralia a Ghost Town Ever Go Out?
"The smallest municipality in Pennsylvania is Centralia a former mining community located about two hours north west of Philadelphia. Records tell US had one thousand, four, hundred and thirty five residents in the year nineteen sixty. Today fewer than ten people still live there. The US Postal. Service revoked and trailer Zip Code in two thousand two and the local portion of state route sixty one was permanently closed off nine years before that. We can't blame. The areas decline on the usual socioeconomic suspects. Its problems run deeper literally since at least nineteen sixty to a coal seam fire has been smoldering right below the town. Yes, in. The Earth has been smoking. An ash has been raining down for over fifty years. No one knows exactly how the coal fire got started, but whatever set the thing off this long lived. Blaze isn't some kind of one off luke. Naturally occurring coal deposits are called seems in the mining industry, and wherever such veins occur whole seem fires like the one under Centralia may break out and commonly do. China's three thousand mile or five thousand kilometer coal mining belt is notorious for its seemed fires a so as a town in India where fires have claimed about forty one million tons of coal since nineteen eighteen. We spoke by email with a new TMA per cash, a geologist at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. She said the issue is more prevalent in areas. Where coal was extracted in the past with limited efforts to ensure that the whole left, the extraction was filled up. She explained that mines that don't provide structural support to keep ground from collapsing. Likewise risk seem fire outbreaks. Granted humans aren't always responsible. Though down in new, south Wales Australia, there's a famous coal seam that's been burning for six thousand years straight scientists think it was first ignited by an ancient brushfire or lightning strike. A coal doesn't need much encouragement to catch fire under the right circumstances, the material can actually light itself ablaze through spontaneous combustion. We also spoke by with research geologist Alain Coker. He explained the decomposition of Pyrite President in coal produces heat, and in some cases, the self heating can start the coal on fire. This is a problem even where coal is transported long distances and ships. By most accounts, Centralia great fire began at a dump near the local odd fellows cemetery on May, twenty seventh of nineteen, sixty two. This landfill was intentionally set ablaze was six volunteer firefighters, standing by. It was all part of a yearly cleanup effort by the local government. Controlled Burns were popular garbage disposal technique back then, but things didn't always go according to plan. Perhaps this fire ran deeper into the trash than anybody realized if so, it could have spread through the refuse and entered the nearest coal mine pit with no one being the wiser. Than again, be the town. Government had nothing to do with it. Some have argued that different garbage fire at the same site. A lit by an unidentified truck driver is what really sealed Centralia fate. Another less popular theory claims the coal seam fire started all the way back in the Great Depression and went unextinguished for decades before the nineteen sixties gave it a new lease on life. Regardless. The inferno made itself right at home, sweeping through mine tunnels and coal seams, flames descended as far as three hundred feet, ninety meters below the ground, sometimes nearing temperatures of one, thousand, three hundred fifty degrees, Fahrenheit or seven hundred thirty Celsius. According to an investigation in two thousand twelve has a tway's underlying. Some four hundred acres or sixty hectares of land, had been touched by the blaze at sometime or other. Coker said uncontrolled coalfires have all the potential environmental impacts of burning coal for power generation with none of the benefits in addition to emitting carbon dioxide, trace metals, such as mercury and harmful. Fine particles are emitted. Per, cash noted that methane and sulfur dioxide are also common and so distinctive that just talking about these fires virtually floods her with memories of the sent. To this day, smoke rises from the earth through fishers around Centralia. Meanwhile, the terrain has become perilously unstable over time. Her cash said these fires are dangerous as land can suddenly collapsed or sink as the fire just eats up the ground underneath such collapses can damaged houses roads. Train tracks etc.. That's why Pennsylvania closed off four thousand feet, or about one thousand two hundred meters of route sixty one back in nineteen, ninety-three subterranean pillars held up the pavement, were destroyed or weakened by the flames, making the roadway totally unsuitable for motorists. So Wilson Trail is fire ever burn out? Extinguishing so-far haven't paid off. Between nineteen sixty to nineteen eighty-two assorted government agencies spent seven million dollars fighting. This entrails a qualifier openings sealed trenches were dug, and the minds were stuffed with non-combustible. And crushed rocks, but nothing worked. Nearly all of Centralia former residents are long gone. Many took advantage of a forty two million dollar tax payer funded relocation initiative, which saw five hundred buildings destroyed. The final holdouts have been granted permission to spend the rest of their lives in the town as per eight thousand thirteen settlement with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. According to the state's Department of Environmental, protection the fire might keep on raging for over a hundred years yet to come. But as bad as they can get coal seam, buyers aren't invincible. Kosh said good policies on mining safety and reclamation go a long way as preventative measure, if a fire does start taking quick action to contain it by isolating the fire, dousing the fire, cooling the area and continued monitoring to ensure that the fire does not start again are important measures. Centralia? Hellish effect made it part of the inspiration for the two thousand six horror film silent. The departure from the video game series that it was adapted from. And over the past thirty odd years town Centralia not silent hill has become an unlikely tourist destination. One former attraction was the abandoned stretch of route sixty one dubbed the graffiti highway at attracted masses of street artists who added a rainbow of cartoons and signatures to the pavement. However in two thousand twenty, the corporation that owns the undrivable road, had covered up with piles of dirt. Dissuade visitors from swinging by during the covid nineteen pandemic.
Law firm targeted by hackers says Trump was never a client
"So hackers who launched a massive cyberattack on the New York law firm of prominent entertainment lawyer. Alan Grubman are now threatening to release dirt on Donald Trump if their ransom demands aren't met now. This is a little bit weird so so just bear with me as explain this. The hackers are known as revival are evil R. E. V. I l. claim to have stolen confidential files on GRUB and celebrity clients like Elton John Lady Gaga Madonna and have doubled their ransom demand to forty two million dollars. They also claim to have damning information on the president and say that will be made public in a week if they don't receive the random but it's not clear what information they have on trump who's not represented by Grubman. There's no real connection on how those two are related together but hackers are telling the president. You better urged Grubman pay that forty two million of you. Don't want this information released about you. So far GRUBS law firm said it will not negotiate with these hackers. The FBI is investigating the case as an act of international
Texas bar owners urge Abbott to let them reopen
"A growing number of Texas businesses are re opening in the state bar say they're ready to start slinging drinks as well this week the Texas restaurant association released a minimum set of guidelines which they've sent to the governor's office in the hopes he'll loosen the regulations the restaurant association president Emily knight says the bar industry which has been closed for two months is on the brink of collapse in very long time in a business that typically has two weeks of cash on hand at any point stained cells he says re opening bars and also help the state's budget so far forty two million dollars and liquor taxes have been lost the Texas bar promise asks owners to create individual party areas to prevent social
Child abuse cases go unreported amid pandemic
"Morning and we're being told to stay home for everyone's safety but the home is not always a safe place reports of domestic violence are on the rise calls to child abuse hotlines though are down nationally and KCBS is Kathy Novak reports there are concerns for kids who can't speak up for themselves Scott Parker spent half her life in foster care when we were ordered to stay home she immediately worried about vulnerable kids they don't always have that big person voice and it's difficult in these situations where they're not going to school where people are seeing them and they can see that Bruce or they can't see that child that has fallen asleep at their desk she's right says John Miller we're very worried about what's happening out there with kids she San Francisco's deputy director of family and child services called the hotline have gone down because a majority of our calls would come from mandated reporters in court and child care one of the challenges her staffer navigating as they shift to managing cases remotely and adjusting family visits to care givers do not want to let kids out of their home wanted is it because they don't know what they'll come into contact with and bring back home so we have to work with that most visits in San Francisco have gone virtual Jennifer Rexrode of the California alliance of care givers says in different counties arrangements are generally on a case by case basis as you can imagine virtual visits are much easier for older children who are able to interact three and under gets to be pretty difficult because their attention span isn't very long and not everyone can access tech to visit virtually making an already layered set of challenges more complicated children and youth in foster care typically have greater and more complex needs than the typical child we know that they have injured trauma and being separated from their family of origin at the very least and often they have suffered much more the governor announced forty two million dollars in funding including for social worker out reach the Balkans for payments to those in the system to help birth families stay together all this during child abuse prevention month more than ever John Miller is really calling on the community to stay aware and you know if you see something say something former foster child scout Parker says that goes for kids living with birth families and with foster families she's a foster and adoptive parent herself now we are all human and we should all be working together and all be looking out for our behavior and the first priority of us as adults is to respect children and to keep
Baltimore City officials expect $42M deficit due to coronavirus pandemic
"Baltimore city officials anticipating a forty two million dollar deficit amid the correct code nineteen pandemic the city has already spent three million dollars on response to the corona virus outbreak and officials say there is a significant decrease in revenue from the shut down of businesses governor Larry Hogan believes there will be a surge in cases in the next few
What President Trump can do under Stafford Act with national emergency
"Expected to declare a national emergency under two provisions in federal law including the Stafford act what he will be able to do is tap the disaster relief fund over at FEMA which currently stands in balance about forty two million dollars though some money of that has already been allocated so he's got about thirty five billion dollars there with which he can do an awful lot this is John Roberts at the White House the president also expected to help ease access to hospital care
Revenues rise at Uber but it is still losing money
"Moving onto Uber. Uber reported it. Lost Sixty four cents per share in q four on revenue a four point. Oh seven billion dollars. Analysts had expected revenue four point six billion dollars and a loss of sixty eight cents per share on the earnings call. CEO Dr Cadre Shaw. He said the company has moved its profitability target from twenty twenty one to Q.. Four of twenty twenty. They're feeling goods. Optimistic Gross bookings for Araya increased eighteen percent on the year to thirteen point. Five one billion dollars while it's UBEREATS. Division saw gross bookings increased seventy one percent to four point three seven billion Dan. Hooper thinks he can achieve profitability. Because it's lowering spending to promote growth for example rides grew twenty percent year over year in Q.. Four but earnings hit seven hundred forty two million dollars up from one hundred ninety five million dollars just a year ago. It looks like Uber is on plan at least as far as rides go ubereats pizzas still younger business but but rides as you slow growth. If your plan wasn't working that revenue would start to slow and it would it indicate that you're your increased revenue in the past was only because of customer acquisition but this implies that Oh the growth is slowing but the revenues going meaning existing customers are just spending doing more for the rides and they continue to ride
Revenues rise at Uber but it is still losing money
"Reported it. Lost Sixty four cents per share in q four on revenue a four point. Oh seven billion dollars. Analysts had expected revenue four point six billion dollars and a loss of sixty eight cents per share on the earnings call. CEO Dr Carver's Shaw. He said the company has moved its profitability target from twenty twenty one to Q.. Four of twenty twenty. They're feeling goods. Optimistic Gross bookings for Araya increased eighteen percent on the year to thirteen point. Five one billion dollars while it's UBEREATS. Division saw gross bookings increased seventy one percent to four point three seven billion Dan. Hooper thinks he can achieve profitability. Because it's lowering spending to promote growth for example rides grew twenty percent year over year in Q.. Four but earnings hit seven hundred forty two million dollars up from one hundred ninety five million dollars just a year ago. It looks like Uber is on plan at least as far as rides go ubereats pizzas still younger business but but rides as you slow growth. If your plan wasn't working that revenue start to slow and it would it indicate that you're your increased revenue in the past was only because of customer acquisition but this implies that Oh the growth is slowing but the revenues going meaning existing customers are just spending being more for the rides and they continue to ride Ya and I mean I'm telling you uber eats where I live now. Unfortunately Liam out of the zone. It's it's been a real challenge living my life these days but but all kidding aside that has been and I mean from everyone I know who uses an Uber or lift her any sort of ridesharing company but to get that food delivery. I mean that is actually actually the sweet spots and that I believe is where the company is going to continue to grow and ubereats on is in the early part where it's losing money Uber Rides if you look at Ebay da which is a way of looking. You know taking out some some costs that aren't associated with operations actually profitable already.
LSU's Orgeron agrees to new 6-year, $42 million contract
"After guiding LSU to a national title head coach ed Orgeron has agreed to a six year contract extension worth forty two million dollars Iraq dot com editor Ron Hagen says Orgeron now among the top ten highest paid coaches in college football as an interim and its first contract was extremely low for a head coach but he made a sacrifice because you want to pay as assistant coach is what a lot of money in but he's proven his worth the contract extension pending approval of the LSU board of supervisors the deal keep coach in baton Rouge to the twenty twenty six
"forty two million dollar" Discussed on 790 KABC
"UCLA beat Oregon state sixty two fifty eight they'll play organ Sunday until I'm not gonna mention the pro ball because nobody cares here's a big college football pay out and Orgeron formerly of U. S. C. the head coach of LSU the champion Ellis use the one that won the college football championship well he's just Kashtan he's getting a six year extension to his deal forty two million dollars to continue being the head coach of L. as you so errors run what do you do with all that money sandwich a good bit of work of the board ABC has dependable traffic right now northbound five San Fernando road he got an accident everything now at a planes all off to the right shoulder he spent ninety one lake well another crash with a car pulling left lanes occupied that's delayed from the seven ten fifty seven south before your Belinda still vehicle blocking the middle lane has traffic busy from Lambert ease that ninety one right at last year was an earlier crash cleared from lanes still very busy the leaving the fifteen eastbound side of the ten from Sierra three cedar midday road work in the right lane now backing up to cherry also we spend ninety one just before Pierce the carpal and let planes are taken away well that's all due to an accident backing up to maple northbound four oh five sentry Boulevard is another accident the left lane is blocked in South won a one busy starting at Western Avenue and that'll be a tough drive as usual most of the way toward Glendale Boulevard next report at one forty four hi Roger Kramer A. M. seven ninety K. ABC shark bites with Clark the shark Hey it's Randy and I'm sitting here with my buddy Clark fielding a fielding lot now Clark what advice do you have for listeners after an accident after an accident first and foremost seek medical attention secondarily you want to gather all the evidence because evidence has a way of conveniently disappearing take pictures take.
"forty two million dollar" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Dot com here's Matt Martucci well Jeff maybe a free agency opened up with this point a little over four hours ago Sixers doing their damage though within that the last sixty minutes or so multiple outlets reported the franchise finalizing a sign and trade deal that will send Jimmy Butler down to the Miami Heat four years one hundred forty two million dollars for Butler to play in South Beach Josh Richard St is among the players that we know so far who are in fact coming back Sixers will also sign out here for five years and one hundred nine million dollars ninety seven of that guaranteed for the former Celtics stretch for and what could be a backup big potentially for Jo Ellan bead so ninety seven guaranteed twelve a post season bonuses in fact for Horford Tobias Harris so a few hours ago agreed to a Max contract five years one hundred eighty million dollars to stay with the Sixers Harris said the city a place to finally call home and also says it's a new beginning overall for his career Mike Scott also returning to the Sixers two years just under ten million for Scott who dons the headband and is out one of their better bench pieces J. J. Redick a two year twenty six and a half million dollar deal to join the New Orleans pelicans so the Sixers do in fact lose their sharpshooter Phillies with what was a big office of afternoon they rolled in Miami over the Marlins thirty to six Bryce Harper huge day three hits four RBIs that included a two run Homer in the eighth inning and Brad Miller also a pair of pants one of those a two run Homer Jake area two RBIs and got the win on the mound for the Phils from sports radio ninety four W. I. P. Ahmed Martucci okay whatever you news radio five our tea with.
Boris Johnson Is Summoned to Court Over Brexit Claims
"Former British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson will face court questions about Brexit claims district judge Mago Cohen says Boris Johnson will answer questions about his possible misconduct in public office. When he claimed Britain contributed full hundred forty two. Million dollars to the European Union each week. Britain's statistics regulator said Johnston's claim about that Voss was misleading and a gross misuse of officials cystic Johnson was a key figure in the leaf campaign advocating a break with the EU the case comes as an Oakland time for the full moon foreign secretary who intends to stand to become prime minister following Theresa May's resignation of
"forty two million dollar" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"What type offers we did not know his answer. Ron Butler was a highly recruited prep school transfer went to uconn. And you don't tell us the program, but tell us what you got. And he said I had a bunch offers between eighty and let early one hundred thousands. We just took a random shot to ask around Butler. He wasn't Shaquille O'Neil. He wasn't. You know, a number one high school recruit he was very high. When he wasn't the best fill in Indiana joins us. I feel would you have for me today? With you. Thanks for taking the call. I this is Finally I was going to comment on this. I still think there's gonna be a number of four and five star guys that are going to at least go one year to college to blueblood to help their dress stock not every high school kid is going to be chosen in the lottery. And I think you know, GM's are smart enough to know that the success rate of a kid coming out of high school is not very high. When I also think what's going to happen fill is these kids want to get into that first rookie deal. They wanna get out of that rookie deal because then you make your real money with that second contract and thanks for the phone, call the sooner you get in and the sooner you get out of that rookie deal. That's when these guys are making twenty five million dollars thirty million John wall, for God's sakes is gonna make forty two million dollars. I think next year. And it goes up. I. I know it's the going rate. It is you know, it's not an indictment on John wall. But like, how do you validate that these TV deals? I get it. That's why you're getting this windfall of money, but who is showing up to watch John wall play, really. I absolutely think that kids should be able to go right from high school to the NBA and play right now. But people talk about it like we haven't already done this like we didn't already just have this system. I don't know ten years ago or something like that. And everybody hated it. It was it was what was killing college basketball because there's no stars. And all of these kids are going from high school to that aren't ready for the NBA. And instead they should be going to college for a year or two, and it's just it's odd that there seems to be the selective memory about. Everybody wants to go back to the system that we already tried once and they hate it. But I also think that you can't it's hard to to prevent this. I if you know, the NFL has their antitrust, and you, you know, you can't leave until your junior. But it feels like college basketball in the pros. They're trying to figure out how to make this work. The one in Duns are great for college. And they don't want the highschool get kid going to the NBA. But in all these other sports, we let you come out of high school and go right into your profession, and nobody cares. It's. That we continue to hold onto our March madness. And we want these stars in our March madness. They're all replaceable. You know this year Zion Williamson next year somebody else and does it hurt the NBA. Yes. Because you get younger you don't get better. And then these veterans who might be able to hold on and have a job are going to lose their job to a younger player who becomes cheaper. You're going to get a product. That's not finished its inferior. And then these kids by the time, they get good. They may not be with you when they really become stars. They get into that second contract, and they're planning for somebody else. Jermaine O'Neal with the Portland trailblazers. Classic example, they draft him. He's eighteen didn't do much when he was there in Portland, then he went to Indiana. And then all of a sudden he became he blossomed into a very good player. Then you get players who just sit on the bench. They disappear was it William Avery was he had to do one and done disappeared didn't play. But there's casualties in life..
"forty two million dollar" Discussed on KCRW
"I'm David Brancaccio in New York. This was the case in Indiana man, named Tyson. Tim's pleaded guilty to selling narcotics to an undercover officer aside from a fine. Authorities took his forty two thousand dollar SUV the Tim's had purchased with money from insurance after his father died was this an excessive penalty and do states and local government that use money to bolster their budget. It's have to worry about that. Well, yesterday, the US supreme court ruled in favor of mister Tim's which could cause a funding crunch in a government budget near you, Amy. How is co founder of the supreme court watching publications Scotus blog morning, Amy. Thanks for having me. So with this decision state and local governments can no longer assess excessive penalties. Well, the supreme court ruled that. Yes, the eighth amendment's ban on excessive fines does apply to state and local governments. Now, the next fight will be over. What does it mean for a penalty to be excessive? So that's going to be a whole separate legal fight. And if a person is involved in a crime where a penalty might be assessed. They can now have greater leeway to argue about the FARC, exactly. And this was a case in which the defendant Tyson. Tim's had pleaded guilty to a crime. But one of the criticisms of these programs. That the standards aren't as high as in a criminal prosecution. You don't even need a conviction. And so they're all kinds of cases. There's one case in South Carolina, where the police tried to seize the home of an elderly woman because they said it has been used for drug deals, but there was certainly no allegations, for example, that she'd been dealing drugs that just that someone else had been using her home to deal drives. And it's been a significant source of money for state and local governments significant source. I mean, some call it a cash cow for state and local government. Yeah. I mean, th there are all kinds of statistics for example, twenty percent of their prosecutors budget in Philadelphia came from forfeitures in California one year state and local law enforcement agencies seized forty two million dollars in assets. And a lot of times this was targeting. The people was was really low incomes and seizing things. Like cars, we talk to Tyson. Tim's the defendant in this case if they took his car and a lot of places in the country. People need their cars, for example to get to work. So it was was really hitting poor people in particular, quite hard. Very interesting legal meets flow of money story. Amy house co founder of Scotus blog. Always good to talk to you. Thanks for having me. Let's check the markets. The one hundred.
Retail in the sky: Facebook picks organic food vendor in new SF tower
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Retail in the sky organic food vendor. Coffee. Join Facebook in new San Francisco tower by Rowland Lee from business next week grain bowls and salads will go on sale in a new San Francisco tower, leased by Facebook, organic food and juice company. Urban remedy is opening on Wednesday on the ground floor of one eighty one Fremont the city's third tallest tower. A short elevator ride away. Andy town coffee is slated to open on the tower seventh floor according to a building permit filed in October the tower at one eighty one Fremont has almost four times as much retail space on the seventh floor as on the ground floor. That's unusually high up most retailers in San Francisco are in the first two floors of a building with a few exceptions like Nordstrom in the upper floors of the Westfield. San Francisco centre a few bars or restaurants ccupied top floor locations, but having a copy shop in the higher floors of an office building is a rarity Andy towns owner. Did not respond to a request for comment. The location has another challenge albeit temporary one Salesforce park. The public Greenspace atop the transbay transit center, which has been closed after the discovery of two cracked steel beams Paul Coletta. C E O of urban remedy said the building was an opportunity when we made the decision. We thought that the park would be opened said Coletta. We're confident that there will be more than enough street level and residential traffic. The store will be urban remedies fifth in San Francisco and seventeenth overall. The company also sells its products in the ferry building. And at the new Amazon. Go store in the financial district Coletta declined to say what his company would pay Facebook and its subsidiary Instagram lease all of the office space in the eight hundred two foot tower, which is owned by developer Jay, Paul company. There are fifty five high end condos on the upper floors of the building one fifteen million dollar unit sold for a record breaking four thousand five hundred nine dollars per square foot earlier this year. In a penthouse is listed for forty two million dollars. Facebook also has a corporate cafeteria at one eighty one Fremont. According to the department of health we wanted to offer a unique high quality food option that was missing from the neighborhood said Anthony Harrison a Facebook spokesman in statement, the store will be four hundred square feet about two hundred square feet smaller than typical store and will have four to five employee's. It will also have a fourteen foot neon. Sign to draw in customers. We love nontraditional and small spaces said Coletta. You'll see us in shipping containers. You'll see we have brick and mortar stores inside whole foods stores. The store will offer seventy five products including bowls protein bars and much of ours. With an average price of about eight dollars items are ready to eat and prepared offsite. It speaks to the needs of convenience Coletta said people are pressed for time, but they don't want to trade off quality.
William Nylander, Toronto Maple Leafs agree to 6-year, $41.77M deal
"Traveling. Well, you heard that huge cheer up in Minnesota may beliefs when it five to three the wild is now lost five of seven Zakheim and had a pair of goals for the visitors and Austin Matthews his thirteenth that coming. Just a couple of hours after William Neulander and the leaves finally reached contract terms on a six year deal with about forty two million dollars. This afternoon was the deadline otherwise knee. Lander would have to sit
NBA trade rumors: John Wall, Bradley Beal
"Dollars a year. If you wanted to trade a guy like John wall who by the way, sign that for your contract extension with one hundred sixty eight million dollars. It's going to pay him. At least minimum forty two million dollars a year through age thirty two and includes a fifteen percent trade kicker. I mean who the hell wants that? I mean, the next team would have to pay him forty nine million dollars annually. Bradley, Beal's younger to better shoot. Or better defender and more capable in terms of a player off the ball. He's at three hundred eighty million dollars remaining on his contract. Adrian wars should ask you said today that. The team has fine. John wall that apparently at one practice Scott Brooks employed, the team needed pick up its energy and play a little harder in practice to which John wall. Replied, FU Scott Brooks. That's what we've got going on. And in Washington. There's also a report out there that Bradley Beal told a member of the organization there, I've been dealing with this crap for seven years. Something's gotta happen. I mean. I don't know who who out there is going to take John wall's contract. Forty nine million bucks. I can't imagine anybody to be honest with you. And if you trade deal and keep wall isn't gonna get any better. I don't think so I just don't think so they're in a bad bad situation right now to be honest with you horrible situation. You know, it's like everybody wants to take a shot at the gold ring. Right. When these television revenues went through and everybody wants to spend max dollar, and you know, I remember when Adam silver wanted to just, you know, ease in be able to ease this money in over a period of time the player associate like L. No that money's going us. We're gonna go ahead. Hey to team suspended. Have you made the wrong choice, but the wrong team together the wrong players together. Beal and
"forty two million dollar" Discussed on 710 WOR
"This is a rewind. Today's Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning catch them live Monday from six 'til ten on seventeen W O R. This is Jeff McKinney. And that w our newsroom charges have been filed against the Florida. Man, arrested today is the man who thority say mailed at least fourteen pipebombs too high profile Democrats, the charges against Cesar Sayek today outlined by attorney. General Jeff Sessions has been charged today with five federal crimes, including interstate transportation of an explosive illegal mailing of explosives threats against former presidents and certain other persons threatening interstate communications and assaulting. Current and former federal officers, and he could get up to fifty eight years in prison, and here's how they got to say on after what he called a nationwide investigation of enormous scope FBI director Christopher Wray announced the arrest of Caesar's charged now with five federal crimes in connection with suspected mail bombs sent to prominent Democrats. These are not hoax devices Ray said the suspect was identified from a fingerprint lifted from one of the packages sent to congresswoman Maxine Waters from their investigators tracks SEO using his cell phone before he was arrested in Miami Dade County. He'll be brought here to New York to face charges. Aaron katersky. ABC news New York abroad to New York because several of the pipebombs were sent to New York City, including one found today at a post office in hell's kitchen. This was an alert worker who flag is suspicious package at the postal facility here on west fifty second and John Miller with the NYPD. He says the worker was aware of the recent series of male pipebombs going around. And so this package was similar to the others and notified authorities the bomb squad. Wad was able to use their equipment to conduct. An x Ray inside. They saw what appears to be a pipe bomb consistent with other devices. We've seen this week addressed to James Clapper. He's the former national Intel chief authorities removed the device safely in midtown. I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten W O r fourteen packages discovered thus far there could be more out there. None has exploded. There have been eight deaths now from an adenoviruses outbreak at a pediatric rehab facility in Haskell, New Jersey. They can Kelly's NBC morning show has officially been canceled. We get more from ABC's Jason Nathanson just days after Megan. Kelly stirred up controversy in a discussion about Halloween, costumes and black face her show. Megan Kelly today is done NBC's saying in a statement quote. Megan Kelly today is not returning next week the nine AM our will be hosted by other today. Co anchors Kellyanne apologize for comments. But apparently that wasn't enough Monday marks the sixth anniversary of superstorm, sandy. And a New York City small business grants or aiding in the recovery. Few areas of the city were hit harder than the rockaways in queens, the five and a half mile boardwalk completely washed away, but this past spring word came down that the neighborhood was enjoying record job growth and business sales since the storm's devastation in two thousand twelve part of that comeback. Powered by the city's small business services department, which has handed out three hundred and forty five thousand dollars in grants to aid in recovery. Just three years ago. The department also launched prep a program aimed at game planning should another similar storm strike James flippin for seven ten W. O R Sofia Vergara is being named TV's highest paid actress for the seventh year in a row Forbes says the forty six year old Colombian American Beauty pulled in more than forty two million dollars.
Mega Millions, Powerball jackpots at cusp of combined $1 billion
"Blake of Waterford. He won a half of a forty two million dollar jackpot. But if you don't play it's all luck. And the key thing is is if you don't have
"forty two million dollar" Discussed on WEEI
"Apparently close to a contract extension with the Miami, Heat, according to Kurt he'll and over pro basketball, talk dot com and Kelly Kelly O'Brien not with the wizards. How much do you pay Justice Winslow? Okay player. Okay. Trying to understand, you know, your Miami. You're ready got can't tied up. How much do you want to put into this, dude? That's the price. The heat side. Josh Richardson to a four year forty two million dollars extension last year. I think Josh richton the better player than Justice window. So what do you what do you pay this guy? And right now, according to chase of NBC sports, Washington. No deal for Kelly Oubre. So Kelly Oubre who they pick fifteenth overall two thousand fifteen God, wait on a deal. And. Better player injustice. Winslow I agree with you. Yeah. But there's. The issue. You've got over there. They got they got their money's tied up in dudes. So how how much are you going? How much you're going to commit and commit to a guy who's he's a role play. No, you got all that money. John wall that creating crazy money in wall. So now Dwight Howard Jimmy Butler back in Minnesota still says he wants out have fun with that one. Minnesota John Clark of NBC sports. Philly will join us. There's definitely a hangover for the eagles will dive into that. What are they gonna do with running back position? Your NBC sports radio. Update starts now on the break. In the Bronx side, Jeff pigs with another big night for baseball with game four between the Red Sox and the Yankees the first day LDS between two one hundred one teams what it could be over tonight with the Red Sox on the brink of making it back to the ale for the first time since twenty thirteen up two games to one and the keys on the brink of elimination hoping to stay alive and force a game five back at Fenway. Tabatha will take out against Rick Portillo in NFL news out of New York. The giants have cut disappointing lineman Erik flowers the number nine pick in the twenty fifteen draft. The bills have signed veteran quarterback, Derek Anderson, and we have our first flex of the season for Sunday night football on NBC week seven will now feature the chiefs and the Bengals replacing the Rams and the.
Texas jury finds Toyota negligent in accident, awards $242 million to family
"A Texas jury. Has hit Toyota with a two hundred forty two million dollar. Verdict after finding that defects in the front seats of two thousand two Lexus ES three hundred caused serious injuries to a. Dallas families to young children during a rear end collision in two thousand sixteen the jury in state court in Dallas awarded one hundred forty four million dollars in punitive damages after finding Toyota and Toyota Motor Sales were. Grossly negligent in the matter according to court papers
Jury awards more than $242 million for Lexus seat defects
"Texas jury awarded more than two hundred forty two million dollars to a Dallas. Area family, who sued over what they said we're defective front seats in their Lexus sedan the reverses alleged the defects caused their front seat backs in a twenty sixteen, rear end. Collision to collapse and their two young children who are in child safety. Seats in the back their attorney said the five year old daughter and three road son suffered severe. Head trauma and other injuries there. Has been no
"forty two million dollar" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"At nine twenty or And he he said, good all makes forty two million dollars a year You know because They they kind of run around the same circles in Massachusetts on the island during the summertime yachts, with each, other And compare help whose boat is bigger in he said Goodall got a, pretty big boat forty. Two million dollars a? Year for running, the, NFL and he can't solve the national anthem crisis you know they have what do they have you know concussions Which is should, be the biggest, issue of the NFL right now but it's the national anthem nothing to do with football but the national anthem you know the. Question is, what. Do the players really warrant a you've got a sports background you played football at Davidson no scholarships there but you you probably, offered a chance to. Play on the practice? Squad at Davidson What do the football players, want in with, forty two million dollar Roger Goodell well I think for starters they want some consistency Here we are what two weeks away from training camps in this issue is open back up again and if you're just. Joining us, just to catch you up on where things, are the NFL's two month old national anthem policy is in holding pattern once again the the Miami Dolphins. Had just hours. Ago told players those who protest on, the field during, the anthem could be suspended. For up to four game wait a minute I? Just saw in the British. Open, a Tiger Woods went, down to his knees Oh wait a, minute he missed a putt It. Had nothing to do. With the national anthem he's missed. A pie he's one hundred by the way these. One under Phil Mickelson's. Right, at even par. Gonna make the cut And Zach. Johnson who I've played with twice. Is the leader at the British Open or as we say the open When you're, across the pond the, open championship So moving back to, where we were The league has now The league has released a statement along. With the players union they've issued a joint statement late yesterday saying that the two sides are talking things out again to see which way to go. With this anthem policy so everything, that we had said what's going to happen was put in place, is now on hold not only not, only that on hold but my offer to take ten million. Dollars to take over Rogers job is on hold because I thought that was based upon his twenty five million dollars salary that he's making a. Year or two ago but, now that I'm hearing he's making forty. Two million dollars year I'm gonna bump my salary up in running. NFL, to twenty million well listen to this is still a deal for the NFL according to ESPN Goodell's salary since two thousand six has topped two hundred and twelve million meaning that not only has he earned more than any player in the. NFL in that timespan but he's also earned more than all the two athletes in all of North American major sports and he doesn't have To wear a helmet And he can't resolve the kneeling issue with the national anthem I mean how complicated can that be I mean listen I've had to deal. With hurricanes and floods and riots, and tax cuts and deficits he's gotta deal with one issue the national anthem and he makes forty million dollars a year And he can't. Do it I'm, telling you I could do? This at, twenty, million but nothing less than twenty million because the pressure of that would be tremendous. Plus I demand you know box, seats at games throughout the nation to go on Sunday and Well Matt just came in out of his limo our our boss here the guy runs everything the thousand stations. In the United, States of America how many got out, of his limo and he said he told y'all what my salary was but. He also said, that includes, a fun and I've yet to get the phone for this job I've I've seen your other phone Speaking of phone speaking of phones what's wrong with, Putin and Trump have. Another conversation Washington. DC, well done by the way Like I did I mean they need to. Communicate we need to communicate with leaders throughout the nation China North Korea, Russia we finally have a president that's doing it he doesn't, always do, it the way I want him. To do it but what's wrong with conversations if this was a liberal president my gosh the.
EBay, Bell and American Express discussed on 24 Hour News
"Mostly higher day on Wall Street, as earnings took center stage Jones industrial average, rose seventy nine the s. and p. five hundred added six. The NASDAQ composite, closed fractionally, lower in earnings news after the bell. American Express is reporting a second quarter profit one point six billion. Dollars narrowly beating expectations Revenue fell short that's sending, American, Express shares down nearly three percent in late trading IBM is. Up two percent after the. Bell won. Back some investors trust after posting renewed sales growth and saying it's cloud business is doing well second quarter earnings of two point four billion dollars. Beat expectations EBay offered a lackluster sales outlook for the third. Quarter signaling leaner times may be ahead that has EBay shares. Down five percent. After hours its second quarter. Earnings of six hundred forty two million dollars beat Wall. Street forecast Bloomberg money watch. Your twenty six and fifty six past every hour. I'm, Larry kofsky for..
"forty two million dollar" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"The same i know it's not the same injury but after i found out like it's the same quadricep indra i think he's missed time for twice over the last five years thirty time it's flared up i'm like oh no yeah i mean i i i don't hate that comparison but grant hill i have a hard time believing he wouldn't have been probably top ten if he had even played a decade of at that pace like he was i'm looking right now like played until he was forty and one is like that's a thing i was gonna say about sounds like i wish like for the sake of him he would have just accepted like the ventral right he could play like another five years like grant hill did my grand who had another from thirty five thirty nine averaged twelve point five boards to emphasise chat forty nine thirty five eighty two like not star numbers by any means but thirty nine year old man giving you that indecent defense because he was just that fundamentally sound right like literally added a whole nother five six years worth of stats and bags to his career and it was like man i wish i would have just okay i'm ready to be a sixth man now trying to see him yet made one hundred forty two million dollars most of which came from the orlando magic his last phoenix bag was six and a half million in two thousand eleven two thousand twelve also like an all time again knock on wood for like all time apparently good guy by just direct they just he to me of just been married forever and they're both just apparently just the nicest people ever and i was i was held against him when he was at duke too polite right if you watch any michigan documentary from the time jalen rose not a fan that guy had cosby sweaters man and now he's on the board for the hawks so like he's a guide really i just really want some of these old former gaza go into get him by team house i think the face of it's gonna be it's gonna have to be like gray hill strong hairline on it's been the same since like ninety one man lucas poplin nfl and he still got his hairline at forty fuck this why didn't make my list want to i mean like you said one of the all time just faces the league tremendous commercials grant hill doesn't factoring sprite it's true the only three time winner of the sportsmanship award yeah like again he he's got three close personal friend mike conley and kimball both have to also jason kidd has to so there's that got three though so like three different times people like at grant hill guy he's just too nice.
"forty two million dollar" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Johnson halted when he made that face body was terrific yeah it's a powerful performance by travolta so when you read all these critics were terrible movie it is it probably is i'm not a movie critic but it's probably all laid out wrong but if you love this kind of stuff if you love god stories gangster stories that it's an amazing movie the scenes are brilliantly done also a member you've got the gandhi family behind this movie so you know you get a lot of inside details in little things that somebody else wouldn't have known especially like in those prisons a lot of detail there that they obviously put in so i mean if your student in that kind of stuff it's definitely a a movie you'll love let's go to dave in chicago hey dave yes good morning mark i read michael goodwin piece in the new york post yesterday about the possibility of hillary clinton running for a third time i believe mark this could be a case of revenge and obsession with power i believe the revenge and a bit could be partly the democratic party partly her husband bill clinton and the obsession is she wants to go down in history as the first female us president whether or not only shot she has now should go down in history is the oldest president ever should be like one hundred by the time she gets in there you're absolutely right has anybody ever explained a why are there no repercussions with the clinton foundation and democratic candidates who are younger and stronger throwing the head into the well we'll get we'll get to that in a second because it's michael goodwin column yesterday is being talked about all over the place about hillary running he's picked up the evidence that she is he'll be here in a couple of minutes we'll ask him about it the problem is you don't you don't you blame for this donald trump blamed donald trump this is all his fault you know he said in i think it was the third debate he looked at her and he said i'm going to appoint a special prosecutor to look into your situation and there's a couple of things where trump is not trump like building the wall he's not trump on this that walsh had been going up day one what he does best is built he could have done that and the other thing he didn't do he should've put a special counsel on hillary clinton now look we have now have a special counsel investigating president trump based on absolutely no evidence there's no evidence of russian collusion no one's ever seen any evidence of it this that fake dossier but no real evidence that got a special counsel hillary you've got specific things to investigate the uranium one deal the clinton foundation the hundred and forty two million dollar contribution from russia podesta both pedestrian brothers taken a ton of money from russia and not to mention the email she nobody in history ever did a private server you know there was colin powell i think he had a a g mail account and somebody else had an aol account but these are public accounts with the emails can be recovered forever at anytime government needs to recover them but she did a private server where there was no hope of ever recovering them she destroyed devices bleach bidded the smashed cell phones with hammers there's never been a special counsel and she should have been under investigation and that would've saved the democratic party because you wouldn't have to worry about her in twenty twenty but she's back michael goodwin wrote a.
"forty two million dollar" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities
"For your little body and in one thousand nine hundred eighty four congress allocated more than forty two million dollars for relocation efforts is insane it took almost twenty years for people to say yeah i guess we can't live here anymore most of the residents accepted buyout offers and dispersed far away from the the area data from the nineteen ninety united states census shows that nearby towns continued to lose population at the same rates as previous decades suggesting that sinn trillions did not locate to the nearby towns they went far away from the long you're like listen i don't get what those fires doing but it's been doing it for a while now we're we're getting gas was one hundred seventy degrees were outta he out in nineteen ninety two pennsylvania governor bob casey invoked eminent domain on all properties within the borough condemning all of the buildings within and in two thousand to the us postal service revoked centralia zip code which i didn't even know was thing how humiliating it was by the way one seven nine two seven and in two thousand nine governor ed rendell began the formal eviction of centralia residents what year was two thousand two so forty years had gone by that's right forty years in the fire still burning in july twenty twelve so that's fifty years the last handful of residents in centralia lost their appeal of court decision upholding eminent domain proceedings and were ordered again to leave why would anybody want i mean i understand you grew up there you've got emotional attachments to it but the gas stations going to blow up and it stinks yeah i mean you're you're on top of hellmuth do basically right state and local officials reached an agreement with the remaining residents in october of two thousand thirteen and that allowed them to live out their lives there they weren't gonna move they said they grew up there and that's where they were going to stay gd it and so they were kinda grandfather dan i'm imagining that they all were actually grandfather's to after they kick it the rights to their property will go to eminent domain so as of twenty fifteen the population of centralia is seven seven people are still there that's right where do they do their shopping what are they how they must have to go to a city nearby because there is nothing nothing else available in centralia did it say in any of your research that you find statistics on how far this fire has spread underground do they know the fire has burning at a depth of up to three hundred feet over an eight mile stretch of thirty seven hundred acres my god so the you know there are nearby towns affected as well but not as intensely of course and the towns come kind of tourist attraction there's a length of highway that of course you can't use anymore and it's all busted up from the heat underneath breaking the the asphalt and people have come along that stretch and spray painted on it and it's kind of an eerie sight it reminds me of kind of riposte to pop a pop uhhuh definitely a pup elliptic kind of a post apocalyptic could've kind of an after the bad thing happens thing yep yep one of those and of course any buildings that are go ahead gary like twelve monkeys you know the the nature's taking everything back kind of situation oh right there that is creepy super create right that looks like chernobyl that's what i was going to say but i was afraid i would mispronounce it no that's my job so that is the fifty plus year burning fire under a small town in pennsylvania can you imagine being the guy who lit the original fire you know he's like a fireman they're like yeah we're going to have okay what are you doing saturday frank nothing what well we need somebody you know it's a little garbage fire that we're going to can you down and maybe oversee that and you know he'd be home by noon yeah okay all right fifty years later you've burned a town down and set the world on fire the entire planet is burning from the inside out thanks frank the firemen who i just made up in my head well done sir frank's ancestors changed their last name shunned shunned and scorned but a local population shah or what's left of them in the charred remains of their loved ones in other words anywhere people burned it was just the town so the box of.
Scotland, Glasgow and Alexandra Mackenzie discussed on BBC World Service
"In scotland are battling a major blaze one of glasgow's most important architectural sites the mackintosh building at the school of art the site has been undergoing a forty two million dollar restoration program after it was badly damaged by far in two thousand fourteen alexandra mackenzie is in the city the thick black smoke and flames could be seen for miles around glasgow school of arts macintosh building was engulfed by fire for the second time in four years the scottish fight and rescue service said it was an extremely challenging and complex incident no casualties have been reported but nearby buildings were evacuated world news from the bbc the greek government faces a censure votes in parliament today over a provisional deal to settle a naming dispute with macedonia this festive for decades the prime minister alexis tsipras and his macedonian counterpart zoran zaire agreed earlier this week the greece's northern neighbour will be renamed north macedonia according california has indicted elizabeth holmes the founder of the us health startup theranos with defaulting investors.
"forty two million dollar" Discussed on KOMO
"No it's not a lot cheaper tuition and fees were thirty seven thousand a year that's private school but here's the part that i find fascinating harvard spent four years four years harvard spent two hundred and forty two million dollars to pay eleven investment managers to work their endowment and make the big money right and you know what happened because don and i know i mean they were searching out the very best hedge funds they were finding the venture capital deals that they had to have they went into timberland because that was all about where the money was going to be made not those boring publicly traded companies that we mentioned earlier so how did all that turn out i just find this fascinating harvard made four point four percent a year four point four percent a year for ten years ending june thirtieth of last year while carthage college their endowment made six point two percent guess what carthage uses vanguard index mutual funds they don't get any of the special deals they don't try to search out the very best managers and we ran the number i find this fascinating the two hundred forty two million dollars that paid those top eleven managers that would have put six hundred kids through four years of still pretty expensive by the way through four years of education housing meals at everything at harvard instead of spending that money to get a lower return than you just got being in publicly traded companies you don't need to be special as you said at the beginning of this to make a good amount on your money that to me is the message well and the other messages that wow these these famous alum from carthage pardon laura kepler she was the she was right not familiar i'm sorry this america two thousand twelve okay i guess i should have known alden tom clausen not.
"forty two million dollar" Discussed on WLOB
"Portland's new fm one hundred point five and news talk am thirteen ten with your local wwl ob update at the top of the hour it's friday april thirteenth forecast partly sunny with a chance of rain high temperatures today the upper fifties here's what's happening to people were taken to the hospital after three vehicles collided on route three oh two in windham yesterday afternoon the road was closed from nash road to the rotary for about an hour fifty seven year old brian white of soko and a passenger fiftythreeyearold kelly hayward we're taking the main medical center at as of last night they were both listed in satisfactory condition the other drivers women from naples and buxton did not need to be hospitalized employee benefits provider unum is working on a forty two million dollar renovation of its portland campus they also plan to consolidate unions three thousand workforce from three buildings down to two and free up the third for leasing to other businesses the three phase project is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of this year pro gun rallies are planned around the country and in maine rally organizer dave gulia says he expects five hundred the fifteen hundred people at the state house tomorrow the goal is for attendance to reach one million nationwide outside fortyfive state statehouses in the us gun rights supporters are encouraged to bring unloaded rifles to rallies at state capitals across the us this weekend the portland school board despite pressure to lower the tax impact voted seven to one yesterday in favor of sending the one hundred twelve million dollars budget to the city council the budget must be approved by voters and the referendum will be on the june ballot bateson boden colleges are among at least nine elite schools under investigation by the us department of justice it's all because of possible antitrust violations they alleged violations are for swapping information with competing colleges and universities about students who accept early decision offers for admission be old orchard police department is investigating reports of a possible officer impersonator who conducted a traffic stop wednesday night a female under a male passenger was stopped along east grand avenue around eight thirty volume and a crown victoria in plain clothing who identified himself as a cop but did not produce the old orchard police department says it has no record of a police.
"forty two million dollar" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"A forty two million dollars in restitution to medicare people inside a hospital in connecticut are being told a shelter in place after car possibly filled with gas kale's crashed through the entrance a witness identified only as robert explain what he saw coming from the car it almost local slowest his taste flame kori ali entrance it wasn't just fire is obviously something stronger league whether of gas yourself because the flames were his or her out of the main door there are reports that the crash was intentional there was a small fire which was extinguished by firecrews and one person possibly the driver was hurt with a week before jury selection begins in the trial of the pulse nightclub shooter widow important rulings on evidence are being may despite objections about prejudice from the defence federal judge handling the case says the jury can hear and see video and audio from police spotty camps from inside the club and also text messages between nor solomon and omar mateen can be shown in court along with nine one one calls made by beteen somen is accused of helping her husband in advance of the 2016 orlando massacre lindsay von is leaving john chang and the olympics with just one medal a bronze in the women's downhill on is not expected to return for the 2020 olympic games she missed a gate and did not finish the slalom portion of the women's combined she was in first place after the downhill portion and her former boyfriend tiger woods is in the middle of his first round at the honda classic fpga national actress jennifer lawrence talks about a sexist controversy over her sexy dress all started.
"forty two million dollar" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"That the problem is that the notice that they sent out to the ratepayers about this settlement left out a critical sacked which was a transfer two hundred and forty two million dollars was approved and moving forward and in to actually occurred during the period that the re tears had to consider whether they wanted to opt out of the settlement so there's that they're being told hey fifty two million dollars plus you know we're not gonna charge you and other you know two hundred forty three million going forward but we're not gonna tell you put it in forty two million dollar transfer we know is in the works it's kind of like had to give up their right they have to give up their right to but they were not told of this very material facts that if they known it maybe a lot more people would have opted out of settlement it's kind of like you know uh being told that um you need to give up new sign on the dotted line here and give all your rights to sue for bodily harm in a car accident when the person getting you to sign knows that later tomorrow there's going to be uh you know a van driving through the window of your dining room that's basically once they get this this is this other two hundred forty two million dollar payment isn't that illegal tudo it is a totally illegal callaway disick they greet to a settlement to cover the old illegal tax and then they're committee another they didn't cover all of it because basically twenty 10minute collected about a couple of billion dollars so basically they kind of isolated this wasn't you know i it was uh isolated amount they're not all the money back some twenty two when he's out no no no i don't understand what's the point of this loss dan well that's a really good question uh the lawsuit uh did not make a determined that judging in the case not make a determination about the actual reality should of this transfer so should says it's take thing because it paula political i get the political machine and expediency and you know the city is the you know uh the city walker look i mean obviously the you know the.
"forty two million dollar" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"For this sevenmilliondollar saying bonus roster bonus twenty million dollars guaranteed but coming up in your one forty two point six million ballots and you're saying alive that's insane going to paragraph forty six million up forty two million dollars for the quarterback will you start to frontload it makes it easier on the back in with the niners having so much money under the salary cap vacant beat over aggressive a crazy but over aggressive when it comes to free agency this year so like i said forty one in a to forty two point six million dollars forty one point two this year and that adding onto another one point four million in workouts or a roster bonuses if he plays every single game that is guaranteed but beyond that the only remaining guarantee is seven and a half million of the seventeen point two milliondollar 2019 salary known one though to many numbers at you but we talked about this yesterday in terms of how would it be structured i have the money now frontloaded there if for whatever reason that i didn't work out you can get out easy there you go to count cabinet goes like be careful those frontloaded if he careful those who have grappled as a workout they can get after after a couple of years very easy and because the signing bonus is so low uh the cap hit if they have to move on from jimmy garoppolo will not be that bad so again you what you are seeing here is and we talk about this all the time and sports luck is a part of it in other words mean you're not good at it that does it mean it is not a negative in any way shape or form but obviously there was some luck in all with an iron is being able to land jimmy garoppolo for whatever the reason swore in in boston with the patriots but you make your own luck and i will continue to say this because i believe it to be true if his organization had not gotten it's you know what together bus stop and all the infighting stopping all the weeks and hiring some adult professional people to heal their derwyn and keeping around people in that organization who are good for that.
"forty two million dollar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I'm michelle martin we'll hear about why journalists are being threatened around the world including in cutter were saudi arabia is pushing to shut down a major news network saudi arabia is the powerhouse in this region and they see cutter is an upstart you notice small very very wealthy country and we'll find out where the money is flowing and basketball but not everybody's taking it the stars are saying you know what very nice that your offer near forty two million dollars a year let me think about it but i this news live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbs president trump tweeted a decade old of video clip today of himself body slamming up pro wrestling impresario but with a new twist as npr's david well number reports the logo of cnn is super imposed on the face of a man being pommel and by trump the clip trump posted repeatedly shows him knocking down a man who's faces covered by cnn's logo white house homeland security advisor tom posser told abc's this week he did not consider trump's tweet a threat on pretty proud of the president for developing a twitter and a social media platform where he can talk directly to the american people republican strategists and cnn commentator annan varos speaking on the same mm program strongly disagreed i think that is the president of the united states taking things way too far it is an incitement to violence he is going to get somebody killed in the media maybe that will stop him cnn issued a statement saying it's a sad day when the president of the united states encourages violence against reporters david while npr news washington tin meanwhile the trump administration says the senate is getting closer to an agreement on healthcare bill to replace the affordable care act white house legislative director mark short's says president trump is calling on senate members this weekend trying to get the bill passed the finish line but he tells fox news.
"forty two million dollar" Discussed on Citation Needed
"And just all gasol all that lead just melts you've got like i'm an elephants foot yeah begun so factor so 1984 congress allocated about forty two million dollars to relocate all the people who live there now both residents accepted by out offers and relocated to the nearby towns of ashland and mount carmel which used to be called colville and mount until the this is your plan to say something viall every time there's upon yes i am keeping us say wasn't upon chemistry house yeah you're right you're a chemical changes matter those that was a really good kermanshah agree to disagree some people didn't leave because they were possibly stupid deserve to be solid caches bag of poise i would relocate if the starbucks closed early although of park the you go to better don't know where you are sleeping on top of a molten disaster really anywhere pennsylvania at all now that i think about a ninety ninety two the governor bob casey who we don't know whether or not he owned a gas station made last effort to get the remaining windy it's the puk out of the town which by then by the way was literally being used as a standin for halloween crappy horror so the governor invokes eminent domain on all the property in the borough condemned all the buildings within it the remaining residents sue this day to overturn the action but fail we wanna stand fire vein i don't want to leave sooner stan.