35 Burst results for "Four Dollars"
Cheap antidepressant shows promise treating early COVID-19
"There may be another tool in the fight against severe cobit nineteen infection and it comes in the form of a pill already on the market a new study finds an antidepressant fluvoxamine was able to reduce the need for hospitalization among high risk adults with Kobe nineteen fluvoxamine was tested because it's known to reduce inflammation in addition to treating depression and obsessive compulsive behavior a study in Brazil found sixteen percent of those with underlying conditions needed hospitalization after getting cold bit but only eleven percent of those taking fluvoxamine needed the enhanced medical support it only costs about four dollars for a course of treatment while antibody IV medications cost about two thousand dollars this was part of a larger study of eight existing drugs to see if they might be used against Kobe eight nineteen hydroxide chloroquine ivermectin and met foreman have not panned out hi Jackie Quinn
The Theory Of Relativity in Consumer Decisions
"All know about uncle. L. e. equals m. c. squared. But that's not the relativity calculation that i'm talking about what i'm talking about is a calculation that we pretty much all make before we make a purchase certainly before we make a non essential purchase and it goes a little something like this. Let's say i'm at the pub. And the price of a state is four dollars more than the price of a boo coincidentally. The price of a beer is also four dollars so now the relativity calculation. I need to make ease. Do i have a stake and one beer or do i have a burger and to bees. Pretty easy decision. Or let's say you booking a flight and the price of an upgrade to business class is two thousand dollars now you could use that two thousand dollars when you get to the other end to have two nights in the suite at a fancy swanky hotel in town so the relativity discussion and calculation. You need to have is. What's the relative value. Is that gonna give me more value at the other end or am i better off spending the two thousand now to sit in a slightly bigger box and maybe have metal cutlery. Instead of plastic utensils on the plane these are the sorts of calculations that you will consume as a making whenever. They're buying something especially when it is non essential so you need to be aware of that when you have both setting your pricing and also sending your marketing you need to make sure that you are conveying the values and the benefits of your product. Because you know damn well that they are making a calculation relativity calculation of what else they could be doing with their money so when you think about the theory of relativity you've got uncle. Albert's theory equals mc squared uncle trance theory. It's all about how many bees you can have with your steak
Phill Kline on How to Stop Them Stealing the Next Election
"Do we make sure this does not happen again. fell i. You have to hold state legislatures accountable and under current law. They are not accountable. They need to have a standing committee they need to pass legislation. that has a standing committee. That's bipartisan that. Has subpoena power that compel people to testify and produce documents. Whose charges that. They must issue a report one whether the election was lawful and followed regulations to it did not wear. Did it not three. What was the impact in four. Should the election be certified. All of that should be open and understandable and provided to the american people. You have to ban private money. Many of our states are doing that wrong but we have to ban private money in the elections and we have to eliminate these dropbox. When you say doing it wrong. What are they doing well. Georgia passed a law. That said private monies allowed if it's appropriated by local government. Well that's exactly what's convert. Did he bypassed. The state legislature directly to local government gave them grants and they use the money as an example in wisconsin. That money was used to give Democrats cities forty seven dollars of voter turnout the vote and republican areas. That was four dollars. Voter you go to pennsylvania. There was a zucker box every four square miles in strong democrat county delaware county. They also had ballot harvesters paid for and unlawfully by zuckerberg money flowing through a nonprofit in the fifty nine counties in the trump won in two thousand sixteen. The which one sucker box for every eleven hundred and fifty nine square miles. You have to keep the private money out and that state has to as have the courage to treat every voter the same. What we saw twenty twenty was the same democrat strategy of the deep south of the turn of the nineteenth century where they tried to turn out one type of vote. That was the white vote. They tried to suppress one type of vote. That was the black vote this time it was. They tried to use government to turn out the democrat. Vote and they tried to suppress the republican vote. It shouldn't be allowed. It can't happen
AFC South Football Preview: Best Bets, Picks and Predictions
"Kick things off and this may be more two minute drill as we go through the division in alphabetical order. Starting with the houston texans who find themselves listed at a robust twenty three to one to win the division their win total at fan duel. Sportsbook sits at four dollar twenty. Should you want to go under. It's amazing when you look at the houston texans overall profile just a year and a half ago. This very franchise headache. Twenty four seven lead over the kansas city chiefs in the playoffs. We were all talking about them. Maybe getting to the afc championship as cinderella. And here we are a franchise completely in shambles most likely without a franchise quarterback and really lacking direction When you look at the houston texans worse record against playoff teams last year owen. Ten and this is despite to shawn watson putting gaudy numbers but pain rather than breakdown. What the texans don't have on either the offense or defensive side of the ball. should we attacked a coaching. Hire david kelly takes over as the oldest first time head after twenty seven years of serving as an nfl assistant. I'm not really sure what's going on with the organization and we're seeing the market react in a strong manner. I mean this total has been blitzed from under five in this morning. You look some places. And it's four under minus twenty five so like three point eight five the win total here. So there isn't a lot of confidence in the texans. And you start to look at what this roster is and it's tough to find wins on the schedule with who they're going to be trotting out there. I mean we talked about to shawn watson. And how fantastic. He was over. The last five decades seven quarterbacks have had as good of a season as to sean had last year and they finished with a losing record. Only seven quarterbacks. In the history of this league have played as well as the shawn watson team finished with a losing record so an shawn watson texans last year. That was the worst record of any of those quarterbacks so it really just shows how talent void this roster is and somehow you mentioned the new regime bringing in an old coach in cali but the organization really doubled down on that approach and they've managed the impossible really of having the oldest roster in the nfl with below average cap space. It's not a good combination. And so you know you start to look at the four wins last year and how they achieved it and it was still an offense that was above average inefficiency thirteenth. And now you have this. Massive downgraded quarterback and i mean tyrod taylor is what he has. He's thirty two and the best attributes about him are his athleticism his quickness. How fast he is but at thirty two those of all those things and so this is just a monster downgrade. You do look at the schedule of defenses. That the texans will play its. It's bottom six overall and against the oh. There is some hope there. I guess defensively that is going to still be a problem. You're looking at a unit that finished thirtieth inefficiency. The schedule of offense is this year are going to be really good. Can be hovering around the top. Five rate in basically overall efficiency passing offense all of those key areas I i don't really know how this team's going to get to their win. Total and i think that's probably the interesting part about
Tesla Stock Is Dropping After Solid China Deliveries
"Rob our here for a relatively quiet. Newsday for tesla so today. We're going to take a look at a new post by green. The only sharing out a visualization of how tussles looking at depth with vision only. Then we've also got a couple of updates out of china some news on the boring company and an update to evade tax credits in new jersey. We'll start off. You're spending a minute. On the stock tesla. Today again underperforming finishing down about two and a quarter percentage points to six hundred and forty four dollars. Sixty five cents that compared to the nasdaq essentially flat on the day it was however a tougher day for automakers in general ford. Gm sta lantis off finishing down between one two percent and ev makers in particular having a rough go of it neo on the day finishing down eight and a half percent expanding down about six percent. Le- auto down about four and a half percent lucid technically cc. iv down. Three percent armada down six percent et cetera so relative to other ev stocks. Tesla actually doing pretty well today. There was anything specific to tesla that caused it to moved out as for other news. Most of what. I've been seeing over. The last couple of days is reports on individual countries sales in june. I think most listeners will know that attention. Just not really report on that outside of china which we actually. We'll talk about in a second but this tends to happen every quarter the first month of a quarter bears her out saying oh look at how deliveries dropped month over month in ex european country and then in the final quarter bowls out saying look. Model three best selling car in this country in june. Because of how tesla handles their logistics and delivering in batches neither of those pieces of information and up really being all that valuable with some select exceptions. China is always an exception there for a couple of reasons number one because of giga shanghai. Those numbers whether delivery or production numbers out of china. Give us more insight into how tesla's progressing at giga shanghai and then second the market is buried keyed in on tesla in china right now trying to assess the situation assess if there are any demand problems which i don't anticipate to be a long-term risk but market participants met so. That's why i'm not spending much time on those other countries. It'll be a lot more interesting when we do. Gigabyte lynn up and running then. Those monthly numbers might start to have a little bit more value like they do for china
Oil Prices Extend Gains After OPEC+ Talks Fail
"Well it it's standoff. Interesting choice of words Let me explain. What's going on here to the best of my ability in april of last year opec and its allies who together are known as opec plus or cartel all forgot choice. Awards there yeah. Yeah opec plus reduced its oil production by ten million barrels a day to support prices as demand dropped through the floor. A man demand dropped because of the worldwide pandemic well with demand rising now this year. Prices have risen. Well well over fifty percent. I believe the latest number. I've seen as fifty seven percent and now in recent days in an effort to curb that spike in oil prices. The opec plus group began discussions just last week to raise production by four hundred thousand barrels a month from august through december that would raise production by two million barrels. Those talks fell apart over the weekend. The opec secretary general set only only. The date of the next meeting will be decided. In due course kind of the equivalent of exactly exactly and oil prices continued to rise west texas intermediate this morning at seventy four dollars. Seventy five cents. A barrel brent crude at seven the world benchmark brent crude at seventy six dollars and a penny of barrel oil prices have risen to a six-year high as gail said earlier and with that energy stocks including shares of like occidental pete and conaco phillips they are higher as
A Rave Review for the Morphe Continuous Setting Mist
"The molefi. Continuous setting missed. I've spoken about this. I've recommended it before his eighty he loved movie. I don morphine. Morphine more v. It's twenty four dollars however murphy always has specials and it lost. It's just like a lot of the times as setting spray is a spray. Yes this is a missed. Like like a d yoder and our hairspray hoping the finest myst- off needs to be fine. It's just great and really makes you make up stay. I was gonna say the one to stay or the one to hydrate a little bit of both. I would say with i love. How juicy capes me looking because you can use it chops throughout the day as well but it definitely helps you makeup style and you can either use it just as a normal person would goes. Are you missed. But i did see on tiktok and are tried and all really effective you completely secure beauty blender with the mist and then you press the beauty blenda into your skin with the sending msd on it and it was way to do it to left me really glowing as well and it didn't move anything which i thought was quite and so then you had to touch up on top of that could you or is it. Said it's not one of those ones. You hate oh absolutely everything everything could ever use. Remember those days. One hundred percent us to do not have the worst skin
A Rave Review For Skyn's Iceland Arctic Repair Cream
"I'm gonna kick the episode off with the product recommendation. I'm going rowing the skin. Iceland arctic repair cream. I have been blowing minorities like a crazy person. And i discovered these in my at home. Pd covid yes. I have an home. Pd cup of deer and these cream. He's so good so it's for stressed skin. My nose has been stressed. It is sixty four dollars from mecca. I'm really sorry but it's fantastic. If you've got dry cudi cools dry elbows. Is it like a bomb. It's like a seek top. It says it's a face and body cream so you could use it everywhere. I've just been using it in my cracks. All of that. It is just beautiful and so naro shing so sorry to hijack pd news with product recommendation. Straight up but you can hear from my voice. I don't sound great. It needed to be done it to be
Giorgio Armani's Luminous Silk Glow Fusion Powder
"We're talking about the giorgio armani beauty luminous glow fusion powder. It is sixty four dollars. Us and it's eighty two dollars in canada. There are ten shades. And this came out back in april so jill. I'm going to show it to you. Here it's beautiful compact and it's kind of gotten a revamped. Am they do it right. they do it right. I'm sorry it's like you. You know own words hop and it's like yeah that low go It's got a little wave prints outer then you open it up and you've got this little mini a rush that you can use to apply it so the reason why we're kind of joking around is because gills rider die foundation that she's talked about many many times on the show is of course. The armani luminous soak foundation which we know is in the makeup bags of so many professional. Makeup artists are the world and has been for like. I think it's twenty years since it originally came out or something like that. It's a cult favourite. I was excited. Should try the new glow fusion powder. I just want to clarify that. There was an existing luminous silk powder so this new one is replacing what has now been discontinued. Okay yeah so. I had to get that kind of clarified by the pr. And what's interesting. Is that the original luminous soak powder was a demi matte finish while this one is a glowing finished so quite the opposite so it's got that luminous we've got that luminous word back back in effect with this product that sounds like that's right and i think some of the original users are maybe not so happy judging by the reviews but for myself as a first time user. I really fell in love with this
Queensland Oaks Day Review
"Love that Coins and rice is in the spotlight in the moment. Julius i think we'll run with that banana pronunciation Was very well. Backed and very impressive in the us did sunday. Dinner of the map to. We'll get to that very shortly. Let's start with the track. Helpline now is a good for all across to made us that. I brought it an extra two for this week. Good for now issue. They attended twenty collectively. But it had no impact on these rights to run and look. I thought rice really failure. I'm not suggesting. I've got my hitter in the track did same to rice. Fairly you had a couple of points you wanted to mention just with natural ruler in the last rites with rocketing boy on maybe where the jockeys toward the part of the chocolates. He had the option account at Edward with rocketing blind elected to guy state of the middle some thinking that there was probably four lines in the middle of the track the jockeys really narrowing they focus on. That was the best granted. And yeah you automatically going to say are the fences off. The ball. came back on the inside back in the last hundred. Zd drift dad. Back into that sort of middle line may be. The riott wasn't applies to bay but the track rights fair and we would just be looking for excuses for horses. If we're looking now. I think that's a really good point. I think they'll go an extra two maters. I read broke day with a couple of group. Think he'll be at four maters next week. Let's start with rice. One be the rights of the day. It is the rise to follow differently. He benny quarter second. So i'd standard time. I only moderate tempo. Twenty two six four four hundred eleven four eight last two hundred best of the day boy. Incentivize has absolutely going through the roof. Six fifty in the photos hours fifty four dollars fifty saturday morning into three dollars. Twenty market just wanted to be all over these hoes and well we might have unearthed. These won't be this mommy. So's waiting for these holes. The two candidate in brisbane may be a mid wake. I was pretty came to back. And then i'll do the form set down. It's twenty two hundred back died in the right setup. it didn't really matter it didn't have anything else. While early in the rice that was caught wants anthony and it was a co two guy ford. Yeah because it wasn't haza tampa on the right side. Holden wouldn't have mattered in lead. He was on the road horse but he makes that decision no matter the horse the decision matt other
Twitter Launches Twitter Blue!
"Twitter took the wrapping off its subscription service twitter blue this morning but only if you're in canada and australia for now pricing is three dollars. Forty nine cents per month. Canadian and four dollars and forty nine cents a month australian which suggests i think what a two dollars ninety nine cents a month price point for when it comes to the us although twitter did not say today when that might actually happen quoting cnbc. Twitter blue users will an undue tweet feature that allows them to set customizable timer of up to thirty seconds to take back a tweet if it needs to be fixed. The feature is not quite an edit button often requested by users but it will allow subscribers to preview what their tweets look like an adjust them before they're published other features include bookmark folders so users can organize tweets. They save a reader mode. That makes it easier to read. Long threads the option to customize the twitter by cons on their phones access to color themes for the twitter app and dedicated customer support and quote more details on those particulars from sarah peres in tech crunch. The bookmark folders option is designed to help. Twitter users organizers saved content collected through twitter's bookmarks feature introduced in early eighteen twitter's bookmarks give users a private way to save tweets for later reference. This is useful for those who want to read long form content at a later time or for those who want to save tweets without alerting others to that fact for example if the tweets being saved. Aren't those they would normally it. The heart icon. Perhaps because the user disagrees with the sentiment being expressed the bookmarks button. Lets them save the tweet. more privately. The folders feature will let users create sub folders for their bookmarks which are also color coded for easy at a glance access. And there's an ad bookmark button on the screen. So you can add a tweet. To the collection. From the bookmark section directly the new reader mode feature meanwhile may not be exactly what some users were expecting ahead of twitter blues launch twitter acquired. Scroll a distraction. Free reading service. That cleans up news articles by removing ads and other clutter for a better reading experience squirrels. Ceo tony hale then tweeted that the products features would be integrated into twitter subscription quote later in the year but twitter tells us that reader mode isn't correllated to any of the company's recent acquisitions including scroll and instead was built separately for the twitter blue offering for the time being at least reader mode is focused on making it easier to read through longer twitter threads basically an alternative to something like the third party app thread reader app. When you go into the tweet detailed view where it shows you. The full twitter thread twitter blue subscribers. We'll see a button. Which lets you change the screen. To show you long-form tax you can exit reader mode to see the threat as usual s for scroll twitter says the better reading experiences it brings to the platform will be incorporated into twitter blue later on. Finally there's twitter blues flagship feature undo tweet while not the edit button users really want it will allow you to quickly on send a tweet when you spot a typo other kind of mistake like forgetting to tag someone. For instance and quote.
Tesla's Berlin Gigafactory to Be Delayed Another 6 Months
"Everybody rob our here and today. We've got quite a few rumors through we've been hearing most this weekend about delays for gigabyte. We'll talk about that situation. You've got a handful of exciting rumors as well another. Snp inclusion for tesla news on giga austin and a couple other stories to discuss quick look at the stock start off the week tesla today finishing down three and a half percent amidst some of those rumors about giga berlian. Closing at six hundred eighty. Four dollars ninety cents that compared to the nasdaq which was down half a percent on the day or at so capturing the most attention this weekend has been the report from automobile. Voca in germany. They claim to have an exclusive report that tesla has delayed gigabyte saying quote the start of series production tests. New gigafactory and bruneta near berlin has been delayed by six months until the end of january twenty twenty. Two tesla. boss elon. Musk officially gave the team half a year. More reports automobile voca citing company circles and quote. So this then got picked up kind of all over the place. We had bloomberg report on this market. Watch report on this et cetera. And this of course follows the news that we discussed last week. That tesla had adjusted their approval. Permit application to include battery production as we discussed in that episode that may cause further delays. Because the permit may need to then go through the public feedback process again. And we've already seen tesla their dismay with your approval process. How it's been going so far before even these adjustments so i say that because a delay overall wouldn't be all that surprising a delay until the end of january twenty twenty two would be a little bit more than i would expect though and we did hear tesla give us an update on this in their most recent shareholder letter from q. On earnings where they said. The build out of giga berlin is continuing to move forward with production and deliveries remaining on track. For late two thousand twenty one machinery for paint stamping castings et cetera. Continues to be moved into the building. In the meantime we will continue to increase import volumes to europe. And so this was just last week. They're saying late twenty twenty one and we also saw them simultaneously. Update the design studio time line for delivery for ottawa in germany from previously sang production mid twenty twenty one two deliveries and twenty twenty one.
Intel stock rallies as CEO Gelsinger announces aggressive manufacturing buildout
"Shares are up five and a half percent. We've got new details from the call. Josh lipton scott. The details josh so melissa. We're listening to this call new. Co pat gelsinger. His on there. He's now giving guidance. Bring that to you. He says q. One is actually going to exceed the company's prior guidance. He cited strong notebook demand for that guidance for the year as well he did saying his words. Twenty twenty one is going to be transitional year as he says we accelerate trajectory invest in our future and improve execution also mentioned the critical component shores. We talked so much about bottom line for the year. Gelsinger says intel's looking for eps of four dollars and fifty five cents revenue seventy two billion and gross margins of fifty six point five percent an intel stocks surging here in the after
Judge dismisses lawsuit that sought to block hazard pay for Seattle grocery workers
"Today. Federal judge threw out a lawsuit seeking to block hazard pay for seattle grocery workers. Seattle city attorney. Pete holmes is calling it a win for the city and those employees k. u. o. w. amy radel reports seattle's ordinance requires four dollars an hour in hazard pay for grocery workers during the pandemic in their federal lawsuit. The northwest grocery association and washington. Food industry association said. The ordinance was unconstitutional for singling out. Just one group of employees. They also said it was preempted by federal labor laws but u s district judge. John kuhn our said cities do have the power to enact minimum labour standards. He cited seattle's findings that supermarkets have earned record breaking profits during the pandemic and that grocery workers have a higher risk of contracting covid than the public at large buren. King county have also passed hazard pay requirements the grocery store chain. Qafac says it will close to stores in seattle partly in response to the law. Amy radel k. u. o. w. news.
March Madness: When To Bet on the Underdogs
"Tucker. Nfl as you can see the helmet and the game balls like that behind me. Now i got a bunch of media. Gigs several podcasts. Means a great deal to us when you spread the word. We're still sort of little engine that could if you will were not with nfl dot com or the wringer or borstal. Any of those big one. So really really appreciate when you guys re tweet. Like whatever on social media at ross tucker. Nfl we are ross. Tucker pod he is at physics sports and only at fez exports of only. He is the only two time winner of the super bowl of professional football betting that is super contest at the west gate casino again. Check him out at fezzet sports. So that's a couple of weeks he's gonna be fun because we're going to get into our recap of all of our number says we've been tracking them back to twenty sixteen. I'm very excited for that and a couple of weeks next week. We'll dive hot and heavy into the nfl free agency. But if you have if you abetting podcast you even money podcasts. You gotta talk about march madness. This week's i don't think. I realized until recently i always do. The tournament was a big deal. Steve i didn't realize how big of a deal the betting was. I thought it was a. It's fun college basketball. It's your bracket. Oh my gosh. I didn't realize how big of a betting weekend this is. Yes the public money. This is one of the rare events where the public money can dwarf what the pros are playing especially on the favorites especially when we look at the late game so you give me a late friday or saturday night game what. They prohibitive favorite like a west virginia. You know that every single public person in the book is going to go ahead and fire in west virginia in some form on the money. Line a teaser on the spread and all that. Why ability accumulates and they've been parlaying the favorites together throughout the day. So when you see day. Ross where the favorites are cover more than the dogs. By the end of the evening sportsbooks had this huge liability on their books. Potentially if the favored sweep and the final few games and because of that oftentimes you get a lot of value playing the underdogs late in the ncaa tournament. Very interesting steve. I liked that while speaking of value. And i'm telling you. I didn't even realize all the different ways. People are betting on march madness. How 'bout draftkings. By the way if you bet four dollars on underdog and they win you win. Two hundred and fifty six dollars if they went. Pick any underdog. Steve put four dollars on them. If they win. You get two hundred
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge is a new 16-bit beat-'em-up
"Needs to Turtles shredders revenge. Who thought this one coming nobody. I drink turtle's brawler stuff. Still right and that's like the one type. Eternal game that gets made besides japanese. Yeah i action games not good once. Yeah i mean yeah. We hope it's good. It has good pedigree behind it. Trivia games The guy did the one. I enjoyed last year. Very much panzer paladin. What like. I was not that interested in this because only because so many of these throwbacks end up being disappointing. Right like you're so jazz and exciting. It comes out and it's fine. You know and then and then and then it's over but this one every single portion of the announcement. I'm mike okay. Okay developer like good like they're hitting all the right notes. I could not be more jazzed. I think this is going to be the one that like actually delivers on the promise of like what. Sort of a modern throwback can be. Well yeah except that it's it's being Published by dot edu. Who last year brought a street bridge. Four which is also another great modern classic broader exactly johm. It looks so cool. it's reg. I'm not a journalist guy. So i'll i'll connect to this on the brawler level. It streets ridge four had anything that was like kind of like a meta gain. That kind of like did something. Brawlers didn't like an rpg system like mercy ransom or like castle crashers or anything like that. It had an interesting scoring mechanism. Where the longer you went. Without taking damage higher your score would go which is kinda cool and a stressful to me. I liked it. It also had a really really great animation. Of course herbals game is going for classic. Look like it is a sequel to the original turtles. Arcadian nearly nineties Our producer is writing me. That turtles in time is so much fun now. I played all the early turtles brawlers. they're fine. I played them like crazy. When i was a kid. But you guys know how i feel about brawlers need something extra or just too boring other. Otherwise it's good for you know ten dollars worth of quarters in the arcade galway's grant them that but i don't want that in my home and even with four people i'm gonna play through once maybe and it was to see all the cool pixel art and stuff so that'd be nice in this and i'm sure it'll be interesting but back in the day brawlers were cutting edge graphics. There's nothing that looked as good as them. And that was the reason for me to play them like run racers were first coming out not gonna play daytona usa ever again but i was pretty excited about daytona usa. When it was at a bank of machines in the arcade. I'll close up ten dollars in quarters into this machine. But i won't buy it for ten dollars. I wouldn't do that. It's the arcade experience in your with your friends and you're like how long can this quarter get mean this round. How much have improved since my last order experience. Exactly yeah maybe something will modify a cabinet and we can all play together to extreme or something in the future. that'd be cool way to experience. What if the game free but every time you wanted to play again at cost you asked about that. And nobody's really done. The twenty five cent per game system microsoft tried doing that with xbox live arcade border per play. It was something like that. We had to pay each play of these classic arcade games. Oh yeah one of the castle. Vania games like that. One of the xp la's spinoffs. Maybe joe was the castle vania. Excellent spin off that was like that zoom in and zoom out one which is was the cooperative one. That was really cool. I don't remember the pace anyway. You are right sam. I beat dragon and the arcade back in the day. But only because my grandpa just kept giving me quarters eventually my sister and i just four star way to our way to the end of the game where you bany or jimmy. I'm a lifelong me. There are only jimmy on the eighty. S yeah i think it's corrected or it was originally correct in their arcade The i have like a little kid. I had don't really fun. Time at the arcade playing with a friend through the simpsons. Game those my best brawler Experience we had happened to come in to a ten dollars in quarters or something. We got last boston. Did not beat the las boss. Still never finished the simpsons but it was so exhilarating and so illuminating to go through the first couple levels which costs you a buck fifty. Probably in the next couple levels which cost you probably four dollars and then the last boss which cost you four dollars by itself adds up in the set of funny way. It's it's you know it's those. Were designed to your quarters. At a point where people stopping go competitive with quarters and getting high scoring with pacman staff and of course the next era of arcades we all know with street fighter two competitive stuff that wet bridge of high tech brawlers like you know as corner starting with call it by the way. Yeah i actually have. I have a lot of affinity for brawlers. Who doesn't everybody loves him. But like you're you're completely right that. Although i do have an affinity for them like they're kind of garbage in like you know the bosses have invincibility frames and Just lockable moves. And just you know total screen wipes and like clearly like a super high level of skill. That stuff isn't a problem but for like everyday people like they just become impossible to the point. Where like you said. They're designed to you. Know to continue. Yeah so but that's why seeing them come. Home is so exciting. Because then they don't have that limitation that requirement on the commercial side on the on the capitalist side like they can just design a really really cool fudd brawling fighting combat system without the need for a bunch of bullshit bosses that That i can afford another quarter. That's casper crashers. I think they did a good job with it. Yup tina this announcement anything for you In the sense that i played like the early nineties. Konami think version the arcade version back in the day. So i had the same fondness that anybody else would just Having an opportunity to to play multiplayer game when that's a reality in the future at some point when you can sit down on a couch next to a friend and actually play the stuff. I'm also not a huge brawler fan. There's a level of consistency in sameness to them. After a while when you play them back to back. But i loved. River city ransom. Um so. there's definitely some affection in my heart for the genre overall.
The Roblox Debut
"Is out the door. Robots closed its first day of trading as a public company at sixty nine dollars. Fifty cents valuing the company at thirty eight point two six billion dollars quoting cnbc. Shares began trading at sixty four dollars. Fifty cents which represented a forty three percent increase from a private financing round just in january when the company sold shares for forty five dollars the reference price on tuesday of forty five dollars though no stock changed hands at those levels. The reference price tends to reflect private market trading and does not indicate where a stock will open road blocks hits the market coming off an explosive year of growth primarily from kids who were stuck at home because covid nineteen forced schools to close and sports leagues to shutdown within roadblocks which is one of the top grossing apps on apple and google devices users create. Avatars that they can move between the millions of games on the service navigating theme parks adopting virtual pets and fighting enemies with their friends. Revenue last year jumped eighty two percent to nine hundred and twenty three point. Nine million dollars still relaxes. Net loss widened to two hundred and fifty three point. Three million dollars from seventy one million dollars in two thousand nineteen as the company almost triple. The amount of money paid to develop through its revenue sharing program more than twelve hundred and fifty developers made at least ten thousand dollars last year through virtual sales in their roadblocks games and quote. Now i've said before that in the universe of unicorns among the companies investors. I'm friendly with our most. Enthused about roadblock has been at the top of that list the yardstick i'm using here to measure the level of investor. Excitement is basically when i hear investors. Say something like damn it. I wish i had gotten in early on that company. Roadblocks has been the name most mentioned in that context for about a year. Now the other one by the way is stripe which people have foam mode on forever but over the last year the frenzy around fintech has reached a fever. pitch so stripe has become the company. Everyone's still wishes they were in on early or still wants to get in on now if they can anyway back to roadblocks. You don't have to take my word for it in terms of people's excitement around this company. Here's ben thompson describing how by bringing disparate parts of gaming into one place. Roadblocks is basically created the conditions for interlocking feedback loops. That are very exciting. Quote by controlling. Everything roadblocks can bring all of the disparate parts of gaming into one place instead of one app for social interactions another app for purchases and a different app for every different game. Everything is all in the same place. This also makes roadblocks easier to develop for by constraining graphics to a consistent toolbox. It's very easy to build something new. This creates the conditions for the interlocking feedback loops that characterize transformational products by reducing the prominence and feature set of games. Roadblocks made it possible to create something. Bigger a micro verse. This actually fits the pattern of other transformational products. The feed for instance relies on reducing all types of content from post to photos to links to the same format such that they can all be incorporated into a greater whole. It's a reason why. I think that clubhouse being all audio actually gives it an advantage relative to twitter. That leaves more room for user entrepreneurship. Both in the kinds of rooms created and also norms around behavior twitter realize the same benefits relative to blogs with its one hundred forty character constraint. Similarly roadblocks games aren't really competitive with non roadblocks games. They're worse in any sort of traditional sense because the things that make them better are the parts that are enabled by imposing constraints and quote.
The Personal Chef Chris Spear On What The Job Entails
"You tell us a bit more of what. These job consists of what's What's your role sure. There's a couple of different ways that people do the personal chef thing. I think most commonly a lot of personal chefs do the in-home weekly meal. Prep type things. But what. I really wanted to focus on giving people a restaurant experience in their home so i don't do any meal prep i don't have like recurring clients. I mean i definitely have repeat clients. But what i do. Is i build a customized menu preferences of my guests. So i send them a questionnaire. Find out what they like. And don't like any diet preferences. And then i show up with everything. I bring my china all the cooking pots and pans. All the food and i make everything for them there and then i go set the table and serve it to them and we do afford a six course meal and it's really similar to going out to a restaurant so and you said that this is something that you do customized in and as you have a null like repeat customer so it must be very. It's must be like a tough set up in business as well one of your Be bingoing ease always to look for you know for new customers one hundred percent. That's the biggest thing is this week. I'm good but next week. I'm still struggling. As of this point. Like i have to events and i probably need to get to more. And you know you're always hustling every single day just to get another dinner. And that is the exhausting part of it. It's not like. I have a set thing where i know. I'm cooking for three or four families every week. It's just the same as if you in a restaurant you don't know from one day to the next business is going to be like. And so you attended like culinary school traditional canary school while only on so you made a decision. I think in your career that union wanting to work at the restaurant betsy you work on Food service companies like decks. So so what made you take the decision. A couple of things. I think one culinary school is ridiculously expensive. I went to johnson wales. I got a four year bachelor's degree and came out with student loan debt remaining of either pay four hundred and four dollars a month for ten years. That was what i had left after already paying for some and you know i graduated ninety eight and when you got out what the market was looking like is at seven dollars an hour cooking jobs and i couldn't live on that but i found a job working in a retirement community and they were offering me eleven fifty an hour but i also got you know. Two weeks paid vacation medical benefits for a one k. All that stuff and it sounded great. So i definitely the finances were a big part of that but i also say just. I never really loved that restaurant. Experience the kitchen life though working till two in the morning just kind of i think a lot of the attitudes of the chefs working in restaurants. I applied for jobs out of culinary school in. Wisconsin turned off by the attitude of many of the hiring executive chefs. I just thought these guys sound alike jerks. And i don't really want to work for them
"four dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620
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"four dollars" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Hundred forty two forty two governor tall the ball just signed a bill today outlying hands free error bro red mandating hands free cell phone conversations you can't have a hand held cell phone anymore in Massachusetts and this is why in a string of odious legislation that's been passed in the recent days they've they've banned menthol cigarettes I don't know how that's going to work out so it's gonna be so pot is legal but cool so new ports and Salem's are illegal hello how did this happen and vaping products are gone too but as odious in an intrusive as these measures are yeah and one of six oh three says how about a hands free bill that keeps the governor's hands out of my pockets I I don't know why I think we would all agree on that would love to see that one but I think the most expensive one that most expensive measure and the most authoritarian measure that they're currently promoting is this thing called the T. icy the transportation climate the Nash mission of that that would be keeping an eye on this for a while it's a it's a slow moving a gas tax increase that they're going to try to to GM through with no approval by either the voters because we rejected it in twenty fourteen or by the legislature which is somewhat chastened I believe by the rejection of the automatic gas tax increases back in twenty fourteen so this thing is called the transportation climate initiative Massachusetts is one of twelve the wing London mid Atlantic states and DC in the TCI is it's called the T. C. I. coalition is drafting plans to levy fees also known as taxes against transportation fuel companies for the carbon emissions produced by the fuel and the the gas and diesel they sell and there's a similar measure that's already been passed in the Golden State of California which is why if you've been to the Golden State recently on though that it the price of a gallon of gasoline is over four dollars per gallon four dollars per gallon okay and I'm sure it's really helping out a lot but saving polar bears and profits so what's the problem here for the for the bureaucrats who want to what X. impose this tax to hire more hacks and pay the pensions of the Bolger family and others at the MBTA is that the New Hampshire and Vermont they have a real Republican governors are rob balking at this so the whole thing is going to fall apart if if if everybody doesn't go along with it because everyone will just go to New Hampshire and buy their gas because they buy everything else yeah and the retailers association of Massachusetts as opposed to this for obvious reasons you just gives people one it's going to give people in Massachusetts one more reason to go to New Hampshire or vote for that matter if for you know verb Vermont borders no after borders Massachusetts as well so why there's a story in the Herald today about this and one of the raps that's quoted on this who opposes this is representative Dave the coast from nor well and he he's just pointing out the obvious that people are going to go to New Hampshire if five we raise the price of gasoline joining us now on the line is representative Dave the Costa that what what it what are the chances that this is going to be approved without any kind of legislative approval isn't this a gap isn't this against the constitution of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts daily.
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"four dollars" Discussed on AP News
"Nation at four dollars and twenty cents a gallon in San Francisco meanwhile the lowest you can find in baton Rouge Louisiana at two seventeen a gallon pope Francis is chief bodyguard has resigned over the leak of a Vatican police fire identifying phony holy see employees who was suspended as part of a financial investigation the Vatican said on Monday that Vatican police chief Domenico John it was not responsible for the leak flyer but resigned to avoid disrupting the investigation and out of love for the church and faithfulness to the pope the chief would sign the fly off trees agents raided to Vatican offices in the investigation of financial irregularities surrounding the London real estate deal the person who leaked the document to Italian news weekly l'espresso remains unknown India says it's restored call facilities on post paid cellphone connections in Indian controlled Kashmir landline phones were restored in the region last month but the ban on more than two million prepaid mobile connections and internet services will continue the move comes more than two months after India downgraded the region semi autonomy and imposed a security and communications locked down and as civil disobedience against India's surprise moves continued despite authorities ending some restrictions residents appeared relieved after post paid cellphone services were restored after facing difficulties during the long communications embargo AP radio news I made on a in fort worth Texas our scheduled interview the white police officer who shot and killed a.
"four dollars" Discussed on AP News
"Nation at four dollars and twenty cents a gallon in San Francisco meanwhile the lowest you can find in baton Rouge Louisiana at two seventeen a gallon your Chinese are heading to the U. S. on vacation a peas at Charles de Ledesma reports after more than a decade of rapid growth holiday travel from China has fallen the national travel and tourism board which collects data from US customs forms says travel from China to the U. S. fill five point seven percent in twenty eighteen to two point nine million visitors it's the first time since twenty oh three the number slip from the prior year friction between the US and China on trade issues is certainly one reason for the slowdown they're all on those economic uncertainty in China has trouble is at the low end of the market vacationing closer to home and those who do travel father a seeking how to more exotic destinations like Croatia on the pole I'm Charles of this month Simone Biles has won the women's vault competition at the gymnastics world championships to tie the record for most world medals by any Jim this bile successfully defended her title on Saturday by sticking the landing on her two balls her U. S. teammate jade Kerry took the silver with Ellie Downey of Britain third that takes Biles to twenty three career World Championship medals equaling the marks set by V. tally sure both from Belarus for any Jim missed a male or female trump an impeachment I'm to my wife than AP news been a president trump tells a rally in baton Rouge Louisiana Democrats are conducting an impeachment enquiring because they can't win and twenty twenty we're putting a stop to their pillaging and their plundering and their hoaxes.
"four dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Good cash flow generation we also paid off the the B. X. P. acquisition this quarter and our government Sicko settlement so it's a big big milestone for us to get through and the business is working well across the board thank you we it's rated the Catholics view that we have for the fully as a fully Catholic sixteen to seventeen billion dollars what is the risk to that number is that risk to the upside and the downside a lot number what would make you change that kind of contacts I think we're right right in range for that in the first half of the year was seven point three so we're running a little bit light on that but I think by the end of the year will be back on in the in the in the middle of that that ranger we sat we set that in twenty seventeen said fifteen to seventeen all the way up to twenty twenty one and we're on track for that okay I sent another oil we see with a friend to sixty four dollars a barrel at at the price out of the I. E. A. is pretty big oversupply next year you can are you concerned with global growth issues to the fore you concerned about oversupply in the market I think there's a lot of uncertainty in the market were planning the P. around the fifty five dollar a barrel so we're above that planning range but you've got big downside issues potentially Venezuela Iran lots of uncertainty there crew coming on its supply Chinese demand but right now the first half of the year a little bit of softness in demand was coming back up so hard to predict what will be fine as we planned because you have first intensive that global gory story because you sell your products globally around the well very in tune with the global crisis story right now if we nervous about global growth wedding illness focus well in the gym and generally tracks GDP growth so we are seeing growth of overall still over a one million barrels a day one point one million barrels a growth rate for this year right now we don't see softness in our products if you market well you can overcome simple demand growth so right now we feel pretty comfortable going twenty twenty the site they were mistaken says around geopolitical concerns around the streets of whole news recently how safety feedings sending ships of full of careened through that particular wall to at this point to be extremely careful we've had some ships move in and out we've had some concerning incidents right now we're.
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"four dollars" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"They pay four dollars to be seen by the healthcare provider for their first visit and all services after that are performed contract and paid for by in health, the state pays cries in almost two hundred million dollars to provide these healthcare services Rita Lomo is an attorney with the prison law office. She represents the healthcare, concerns of men and women in Arizona prisons in a separate class action settlement. There's no one is really helping them there's no one who's taking care of it. And we want to try to do what we can. But it's not really squarely part of the case are part of any case, Keith. Jones is a Representative for one of the Zona hospitals that contract with corruption. He says the bills inmates are receiving are actually coming from indie. Individual doctors, not the hospital independent service providers positions that have separate agreements with third party health plans, Karaz contracts with the hospital, the hospital contracts with doctors and doctors contract with billing services. So it's difficult to find out where exactly the process is breaking down after cage as e inquired, about Wilkinson's Bill. The hospital says it asked the service providers to review the way claims are handled. Rita Lomo is worried the bills will have devastating consequences for her clients, as they try to rebuild their lives. Undeserved bad credit, due to a state contractors failure to pay its bills only makes it harder to find housing gainful employment and support, a family lo MIO says she has collected inmate medical bills totaling more than fifty thousand dollars. She says, despite sending multiple letters to an attorneys. The prison law office has had little success, getting the bills resolved a spokesperson for said, when the company is notified of unpaid medical services. It resolves them immediately. But a year. After her release from prison. Ashleigh Wilkinson is still fighting bills. She doesn't know. They just banging my head against a brick wall at this point because they keep getting the run around like oh, you need to reach out to this person. Oh, you need to reach out to this person, and I've got nowhere and the collection notices keep coming for NPR news. I'm Jimmy Jenkins in Phoenix. This is NPR news. A massive wildfire. Devastated the town of paradise California, last year people there now face the challenge of rebuilding their homes, so that they don't have to watch them burn again. We all wanna rebuild, but we want to rebuild.
"four dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"They pay four dollars to be seen by the healthcare provider for their first visit and all services after that are performed contract and paid for by careers in health. The state pays cries in almost two hundred million dollars to provide healthcare services Rita, Lomo is an attorney with the prison law office. She represents the healthcare, concerns of men and women in Arizona prisons in a separate class action settlement. There's no one is really helping them there's no one who's taking care of it. And we want to try to do what we can. But it's not really squarely part of the case or part of any case, Keith. Jones is a Representative for one of the Zona hospitals that contract with corruption. He says the bills inmates are receiving are actually coming from. Individual doctors, not the hospital, independent service providers were physicians that have separate agreements with third party health plans corruption and contracts with the hospital, the hospital contracts with doctors and doctors contract with billing services. So it's difficult to find out where exactly the process is breaking down after cage as e inquired, about Wilkinson's Bill. The hospital says it asked the service providers to review the way claims are handled. Rita Lomo is worried the bills will have devastating consequences for her clients, as they try to rebuild their lives. Undeserved bad credit. Du twisty contractors failure to pay its bills only makes it harder to find housing, gainful employment and support, a family loamy says, she has collected inmate medical bills totaling more than fifty thousand dollars. She says, despite sending multiple letters to an attorneys. The prison law office has had little success, getting the bills resolved a spokesperson for corruption said when the company is notified of unpaid medical services. It resolves them immediately. But a year. After her release from prison. Ashleigh Wilkinson is still fighting bills. She doesn't know they banging my head against the brick wall at this point, because it keep getting the run around like oh, you need to reach out to this person. Oh, you need to reach out to this person, and I've got nowhere and the collection notices keep coming for NPR news. I'm Jimmy Jenkins in Phoenix..
"four dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"And for twenty four dollars a month. You were able to get that house. So if you knew that going in you wouldn't walk away, maybe from this negotiation. You would continue to go shading see if he'll come down a little bit. If you went up a little bit more, and when you putting it over a thirty year loan, it's really not that painful. So when the interest rates of this low now, you know who knows? That's me knocking on wood. I hope these interest rates last the whole summer. But, you know, the look at that stock market is going up look at the the economy itself is as roaring. I, you know, I'm deathly afraid that these interest rates are going to go. I am surprised as hell that they're still here. And we're at almost the lowest point we've been since before the election and over the last November. This is the time to jump on things before these interest rates go up. It makes a big difference. If the interest rates were five and a half and six percent, and I'll tell you something a lot of twenty and thirty year olds don't realize that interest rates can be a lot higher than they are. When I bought my first house going back forty years, but my interest rate was eleven percent. And except for the last ten years before the last ten years the interest rates averaged for mortgages about nine percent. You know, we're not even half of that right now. This is the time to jump on it, and you know, you jump on it. Now, you will have this interest rate for thirty years, and whether these interest rates go up next month or at the end of the summer or by the end of the year over the next thirty years, they'd go to go up. So to put it off as silly. And the houses are going up. You know, these houses most areas houses are going up at least three percent a year. So to wait, you're risking the interest rates going up, and the house was gonna cost more if you can get into a house now that is the thing to do. And the way you get started is to grab a loan officer find out what you're talking about. Get all your ducks in order, and then go out there. Eight hundred number you have the all in the office again is three two one five five five. Let me tell you the last two weeks I met with two groups of people and the the first group was a small group. It was less than twenty people at first time homebuyers, a real estate office had put this group together. And there were about eighteen people and the second group another real estate company. I'd put together they were about forty five people all first-time homebuyers. They're all young people quoting to me because anybody. Anybody under sixty as a young person to me? But. You know when I met with them. I learned a lot they had no idea. Most of them had no idea what they would qualify for. They knew that what they were comfortable with paying monthly in an apartment, and you know, about a quarter of them were in apartments already, but about half of them will living home with parents. And they wanted to move out and they were thinking between an apartment and a house, but but they had questions. What do they qualify for what kind of a program how much money do they need out of their pocket? And so they were all in this audience. And I remember the first person the first couple that stood up. And I wanted to present that to you today. So that you know, what the processes when you call a loan officer this couple stood up and he made about forty five thousand dollars a year and his wife made thirty nine thousand dollars a year. So the total income was about eighty four thousand dollars. Well, that's seven thousand dollars. Month. Let me tell you how easy it is to qualify. Somebody put you in a ballpark the guidelines, and that's what they are guidelines is nothing strict that this is not a penny.
"four dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And for twenty four dollars a month. You were able to get that house. So if you knew that going in you wouldn't walk away, maybe from this negotiation. You would continue to go shading see he'll come down a little bit. If you went up a little bit more. And when you putting it over a thirty year loan, it's really not that painful. So when the interest rates this low now, you know who knows? That's me knocking on wood. I hope these interest rates last the whole summer. But you know, the stock market is going up look at the the economy itself is is roaring. I, you know, I'm deathly afraid that these interest rates are going to go. I am surprised as hell that they're still here. And we're at the lowest point we've been since before the election over last November. This is the time to jump on things before these interest rates go up. It makes a big difference. If the interest rates were five and a half and six percent, and I'll tell you something a lot of twenty and thirty year olds don't realize that interest rates can be a lot higher than they are when I bought my first house going back forty years, but my interest rate was eleven percent. And except for the last ten years before the last ten years the interest rates averaged for mortgages about nine percent. You know, we're not even half of that right now. This is the time to jump on it, and you know, you jump on it. Now, you will have this interest rate for thirty years, and whether these interest rates go up next month or at the end of the summer or by the end of the year over the next thirty years go up so to put it off as silly. And the houses are going up these houses, you know, most areas houses are going up at least three percent of year. So the wait you're risking the interest rates going up, and the house is going to cost more if you can get into a house now that is the thing to do. And the way you get started is to grab a loan officer find out what you're talking about. Get all your ducks in order, and then go out there. Eight hundred number you have the all in the office again is three two one five. Let me tell you the last two weeks I met with two groups of people and the the first group was a small group. It was less than. Twenty people a first time home buyers a real estate office had put this group together. And there were eighteen people and the second group another real estate company had put together they were about forty five people all first time homebuyers. I, you know, they're all young people quoting to me because anybody. Anybody under sixty young person to me, but. When I met with them. I learned a lot they had no idea. Most of them had no idea what they would qualify for. They knew that what they will comfortable with paying monthly in an apartment, and you know, about a quarter of them were in apartments or ready, but about half of them will living home with parents. And they wanted to move out and they would thinking between an apartment in a house, but but they had questions. What do they qualify for what kind of a program how much money do they need out of their pocket? And so they will all in this audience. And I remember the first person the first couple that stood up. And I wanted to present that to you today. So that you know, what the processes when you call a loan officer this couple stood up and he made about forty five thousand dollars a year and his wife made thirty nine thousand dollars a year. So the total income was about eighty four thousand dollars. Well, that's seven thousand dollars. Month. Let me tell you how easy it is to qualify. Somebody put you in a ballpark. The guidelines, and that's what they are guidelines is nothing strict that this is not a penny more their guidelines.
"four dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And for twenty four dollars a month. You were able to get that house. So if you knew that going in you wouldn't walk away, maybe from this negotiation. You would continue to go shading see he'll come down a little bit. If you went up a little bit more, and when you putting it over thirty year loan, it's really not that painful. So when the rates of this low now, you know who knows? That's me knocking on wood. I hope these interest rates last the whole summer. But you know, the look that stock market is going up look at the the economy itself is roaring deathly afraid that these interest rates are going to go. I am surprised as hell that they're still here. And we're at the almost the lowest point we've been since before the election last November. This is the time to jump on things before these interest rates go up. It makes a big difference. You know, if the interest rates were five and a half and six percent, and I'll tell you something a lot of twenty and thirty year olds don't realize that interest rates can be a lot higher than they are. When I bought my first house going back forty years, but my interest rate was eleven percent. And except for the last ten years before the last ten years the interest rates averaged for mortgages about nine percent. You know, we're not even half of that right now. This is the time to jump on it, and you know, you jump on it. Now, you will have this interest rate for thirty years, and whether these interest rates go up next month or at the end of the summer or by the end of the year over the next thirty years, they go up so to put it off as silly. And the houses are going up these houses most areas houses are going up at least three percent of year. So to wait, you're risking the interest rates going up, and the house is going to cost more if you can get into a house now that is the thing to do. And the way you get started is to grab a loan officer find out what you're talking about. Get all your ducks in order, and then go out there. Eight hundred number you have all in the office again is three two one five. Let me tell you the last two weeks I met with two groups of people and the the first group was a small group. It was less than. Twenty people first time homebuyers, a real estate office had put this group together. And there were eighteen people and the second group another real estate company. I put together they were about forty five people all first time homebuyers. I they're all young people calling me because anybody. Anybody under sixty as young person to me? But when I met with them, I learned a lot they had no idea. Most of them had no idea what they would qualify for. They knew that they will comfortable with paying monthly in an apartment, and you know, about a quarter of them were in apartments already, but about half of them will living home with parents. And they wanted to move out and they were thinking between an apartment in house. But but they had questions. What do they qualify for what kind of a program how much money do they need out of their pocket? And so they were all in this audience that I remember the first person the first couple that stood up. And I wanted to present that to you today. So that you know, what the processes when you call a loan officer this couple stood up and he made about forty five thousand dollars a year and his wife made thirty nine thousand dollars a year. So the total. Income was about eighty four thousand dollars. Well, that's seven thousand dollars a month. Let me tell you how easy it is to qualify. Somebody put you in a ballpark. The guidelines, and that's what they are guidelines is nothing strict that this is not a penny.
"four dollars" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Averaging four dollars and four cents a gallon over to Wall Street where the Dow is up twenty seven points, twelve thirty one k m j valley weather right now, sunny Radio City, currently eighty seven degrees reaching a high today of ninety five clear overnight, a low of sixty three and then sunny and hot for your Saturday. A high of ninety two when news on the hour on the half. And when it breaks, I'm Liz Kern on news talk five eighty one. Oh, five nine KM j. Hey, thanks for streaming. KM Jay on KMT now dot com. My name is Blake Taylor along with my good, pal Ray, Appleton, Raymond you, and I were reminiscent recently about our times. In Paris, France, not together the city of lights. I love it. But you have some experiences there. I'm not a big fan of Paris eighty one or eighty two that story is kind of legendary, and we were drinking a lot of red wine. And there were these very pretty women. So he decided to call them over. Join us niece spoke French I did not they join us. And we're drinking a lot of wine. And then that's unbroken. We decided goodbye to each other. And then one of the women told him that we had to hold up. We have to pay them for their time. Yeah. Yeah. We're like what the hell? Four may turn out to be prostitutes. I'd had a couple, and I was really incensed. So I took the final glass of red wine. I had and I poured it over one of their heads and needless to say wasn't long hair. And there was a local French police like throat out of the country had to go back, and my passport would stand one year undesirable. So back to England win. I didn't get to see much of France on that trip. How we win again with the whole family this last year. It was incredible it snowed. Biggest snowstorm since one thousand nine hundred sixty eight in the city, basically screeched to a halt which was funny because there was only like an inch and a half of snow on the ground. Yeah. One of the best memories. I have from this trip. Was we went to this very quaint bakery or St. three or whatever it's called. It's called Balaj read. Joe, I ordered a basic Chris oil, and it was one of the greatest things I've ever eaten in my life. It was life changing taste was incredible flaky warm, just unbelievably delicious. And it's it's in the district to area of Paris, which is not far from the Louvre. And Notre nam though, exactly. Yeah. We got a fantastic Airbnb for a really good price during your off month. So I'm fell in.
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"four dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"We have exactly four dollars. Not one penny. More. We didn't even have enough for a dip. And so we money mostly quarters in right there in the middle of the table. And we order our breakfast and the minute. I saw this quarters is went over to the cash register because I've I knew place. Well, and I knew that they had a punch card of the a lot of that. They would try and talk you into planes. Quarter a punch there was over there with a few punches length in a brand new one on punched in those things had between five and ten thousand punches. Like that. So I I over the window opened up in my mind is it said take fifty cents isn't go punch, and the so I said miss the radio says, they can I go punch the new card and she said, why don't why not? And I said, okay, I grant two quarters, and I got up in my friends went crazy. They said Richard you're gonna you're gonna get us booth. Oh, cool in jail here because we're not gonna have enough money for breakfast, which you ordered already. And I said relax believe it or not. I knew what I'm doing. You know, what was going on? And they said, yeah, you're gonna get us all in article fifteen I walked over and I gave her fifty cents. I looked over to my friend's not even looking at the punch card and punched a punch in the waitress garnered before it hits the four and unrolled. It says holy mother of God. He did it. I I the twenty five dollar grand prize out brand new breakfast without even looking at it. And then I told the guys I said pick your money up breakfast is on me, and I gave our waitress. A real nice. It had a couple of dollars that go against you get back to the beach. You knew you were going to win. Didn't you? Yes. I was told I was told the all I had to do this quarters up in the soon as I did future was fit. It really resent, by the way, Richard. Thank you for serving. Appreciate that. Oh, thank you. So we're recognizing me. It was it was a pleasure to serve my country. What a great story, Robin, Trish. That's the case of following your impulse. Yeah. Sure. Is it's that that's sense that comes to you. And rather even though is crazy like in this case, the guy who's going to not have enough money to pay for breakfast is he just threw it away on this punch card, but it just had that impulse. I knew it was going to happen. It was just a sense of certainty. That's what it is. Like when I knew that cat was gonna come back by midnight Saturday. It's just a that's certainty that crazy crazy feeling like a burning in your, you know, you just have to honor you just know it's like being in the groove. Yeah. That's exactly what it is. But again, what one lotteries that? Oh, yeah. The numbers, and they say, okay, I'm gonna go. I'm gonna go play these numbers, and they win one hundred six thousand bucks, you know. But what makes it happen? We I don't think we have the answer for that. Do we I don't I don't think we do either. But the answer may be relevant. You know, the why and how it happens maybe irrelevant? The fact that it does is maybe that's the most important thing of all. Yeah. Maybe so that's true, Robin. I argue about this a lot. We've got the Judy in Paducah Kentucky, first time caller. Hi, judy. Good evening, everyone. Thank you so much for taking my call. Thank you. Listening to the show. And I wanted to tell you about a pre cognitive dream that I had when I was younger. Okay. When I was young girl. I was horse crazy to say the least out to rocking horses and horses about the first word out of my mouth with the baby. And, you know, twelve years old, my grandmother fondly bought me, and my first horse and that horse, and I literally grew up together, and we were together constantly every afternoon at three thirty. He would come to the front of the pasture in the corner and stand there and wait for me to get off. And he would have a temper fit if I didn't. It was summer because I was already up and gone on him all day. But I've had him for about thirteen years and one night in which made him only sixteen which is not old. No, not at all. I had a dream one night. And I don't remember all the particulars of it. I just remember that person's name with Andy. And I just remember that waking up with tears in my eyes because he had died. And I went downstairs. My mother and my dad had just come in walked in from the bond from feeding the horses. And he said there's something wrong with Andy. And I don't even think I said a word I just went running up to the bond, and he was very very ill for three days could figure out what was wrong he made several trips out there. And after the third day he had my gosh. That's young. That's young for a horse thirteen years. Jeez. My whole family was just devastated because they've got this horse had become more like a dog. Cable. And we just knew what each other was thinking. But you knew in your dream. Something was wrong. I knew in my dream that something was wrong. And that he was fine to see I think that some preconditions like that one prepare you, you know. So that you're I mean a shocking, but it does somehow prepare you for what's that happened? And again, though, Trish, I know I just feel to the question. What causes the dream? My daughter had a nine eleven dream. We didn't know what it was at the time. But it was what a week or two before the tragedy, but she dreamed that she was walking through a huge skyscrapers stacked city and volcanic ash was falling on her. Oh, wow. Dan, I'm in six inches of ash and. What what major city is near a volcano. That's what we thought in a turned out to be when we saw, you know, the the actual tragedy occur on nine eleven with the planes going into the towers, and then the subsequent collapse in the dust and everything she went on my God that was it that was it was New York in the so she literally was in that picture of the of the tragedy. There were a lot of preconditions about. Yeah. I had one where we were in that town. I mentioned earlier it today go with the mediums, and I was having a reading with one of the mediums, and he he was thinking he was focusing on my life. But this is two weeks before nine eleven I see too great explosions from up above and everything. In your life. Everything is going to be changed from that point on. And he wasn't tuning on me. Personally. He was tuning on on the great Massey. Vent of nine eleven the two great explosions and how everything did change after nine eleven. We've got Josh in Nevada city walk him to the program in California. Hi, josh. Hey, I wanted know what what your guests think about this two thousand seventeen about the beginning of two thousand seventeen this issue with the Oroville dam. I don't know if you recall this but to happen. I had to go out to Oroville I live about an hour away from there, and I had to go out there and to really make a long story short. I I've never been to the dam before. And for some reason on that day. I believe it over in that area for about three years and not until this day where I didn't even live over near there anymore. Did I choose to for some reason go to visit the damn with my dogs so went, and I I looked at the dam and I kept thinking. Wow, this damage for crazy looking it looks like you could just give way it's just made out of around can earth and dam, and I wondered about it, and it had been raining a lot that year. The two thousand to two thousand seven sixteen to two thousand seventeen winter, and it was the year that it just rained and rained and rain. We got so much rain and snowfall, and I just knew that the water level in the dam was extremely high and I had all these spots. Like, wow. Wouldn't it be crazy this damnedest it just kept raining and also high broke and flooded the whole town? So then I just went on with my day. And it was raining that day, of course, because it was in the rainy season. And I went to go see the person who I had come over to Orrville deceit. And it turned out. It was a horrible experience. I had but this person and I ended up I've never spoken to her again. And it was so bad. I I got into a terrible argument with her boyfriend, and he was like threatening me with a weapon, and like like they'd be like followed me out of the house in like, they kind of like robbed me the craziest thing that happened. And so as I drove away from Oroville, I remember thinking to myself, I can't. Stand this town. I hate this place. And I hope that that dam does break. Over sales, and and and the whole town because the whole town is cursed, and they God should punish this town. Because it's just full of you know, bad people and five days later, they announced on the news that was possibly going to rupture in everybody there. I'm sure she her and her boyfriend also were part of the people had to evacuate and it caused a major havoc in their life. And I started almost like feeling guilty in a way. And so I was wondering what you think about that. And also how maybe the law of attraction could play into some of all of this. He might have made that happen. Trish in rob. What do you think? Now what I think is that. There are people who pick up on massive events, and they do it in different ways for him for you. It was your just your thoughts. When you're standing there. Looking at the thing, you you were feeling what was going to happen? You certainly didn't closet. Well, maybe did I don't know. He might. She might. Would have to be. Well, okay. I if you did that I I have some. Sometimes unwittingly. You can do stuff like that. Yeah. You never know. We've only got about a minute left, Robin, Trish. Let's first of all you Trish, tell us about the books and where you can get them. Amazon is probably the best spot aren't into noble as well. Secrets of spirit communication and sensing the future, which is a precondition. Plus, we have a bunch of other books on synchronicity. They're all available. All.
"four dollars" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast
"Can afford the four dollars six seven. Eight. How much do you have right now? Eighty eight eighty eight and you have eighty. So we would be the same amount of money actually down to seventy two after last purchase. Oh, you did. Oh, yeah. Okay. So eight nine. Did you say nine debating dinner didn't? I didn't. Okay. Sold for eight bucks tonight. This will be interesting to see how they do this without the without exe- the main character for the two movies. I mean, I'm sure he'll come back, and it's a late Robbie late one thing I'll make much on that. Eight dollars. If he gets me ten million. It's ten comes out on the eighteenth. This. Three dollars. Stop. Six. Seven I'll go Ted. Eleven neck, if you just say seventy two he can't beat you. I'm not gonna do that. Jeff. Not fifteen. I'm not going to bid all my money. Six hundred again. Nineteen. Nineteen dollars. Go one twenty twenty t. Twenty dollars going once. Twenty dollars going twice. And Joe really hates. The first half is only movie. The air. Twenty dollars. So I suppose you guys haven't seen critic embargo for this film drop today and everyone saying is pretty crappy. Yeah. Thirty nine. Audience is that one hundred and well, nobody seen it yet. That's why that's why the audience can be at one hundred. Let them have this one. But glass, I mean, here's the thing at this point. What is your money actually worth? It's not a it's you don't have to watch out for four people. It's just the two of you that you're keeping an eye on. So all right next movie is to aura, the explorer three dollars. I'll go for I have no. I have no idea how well this will because it's so cheap. But did you say? Six just seventeen. I was like what he has a lot of venture. Explore franchiser six dollars going once. I'll give that to you. So that you can that comes on August one week earlier. I know I know. Oh, my I just realized the big one. That's I know we were we were. No. I was dumb. You. You were probably played a smart. K Dumbo, the timber Disney remake, the people aren't sure if they like yet or not one dollar three dollars. I'm not willing all my money on Dumbo. For. You say you're not willing to bid on my money on. I only a dollar. Four dollars. Let's see I'll go five. Take forever. Not really it's just the two of them six dollars going once. How many are left with? We still twice I'm going to let go story old day in the neighborhood six dollars to Nick now. Now, Joe is head for story, which will probably be the next movie. Yeah. Oh day in the neighborhood statistics. Got me. I guess were school. There was fifty fifty. Oh, John week three. Yeah. Yeah. John we dollars. I was gonna say I can't do that. Ago for. Five. So you can't get storied Nick six. Oh, oh, ooh. Six dollars going once Joe will still be a head and he'll get into later. So you can dollars for St. day in the neighborhood, which is comes out October. So I really needed that to shore up my land year, sir. I think what will push that one is. Yeah. Well, me Like, like. people go and see. Rogers movies. And you know, the two plus Tom Hanks being Mr. Rogers. It's probably your best bet. Joe still does not have a movie that comes out before August before. All right. That is Toy Story. Four starting out at three dollars. I'll go fifty four. Edsall? That's how feels Nick. Gets John wick. No. 'cause I'm gonna I'm gonna say three dollars for John wick at least let me start with two. I will say four dollars for John. Say fifty four bid everything say that what What you bid. you bid for John? No, I want it to be stated that when John wick makes to six on that, Nick. I'm bidding six. Okay, seven that's fair. Fine. No. You don't have six months have six dollars. Six dollars. You just I wanted to be said that that's the highest. Oh, yeah. Now that we're doing best. I it's actually it's not bad legitimate highest highest dollar guy. So. So I'm not gonna spend my here's a recap Nick Nick made his Mark with twelve movies at an average purchase price of twenty one dollars. I purchased seven movies average.
"four dollars" Discussed on What We Said
"So you don't even notice so on your Bank account, a look through them like four dollars all seats to outward. It'll just take. But it it's smart enough to know. No, it won't take your entire big out, calculates it somehow. And then we'll go in and take the certain amount. And then you go look at your Albert account. You have like a couple of hundred dollars in there. Just from not even realizing. Yeah. So that's a good up. That's nice. Yeah. That's 'cause I always forget to put money on my savings. Yeah. In in high school, I used to do envelopes Chelsea your member. Janai she reminded me of I would Cameron the low. Yeah. I would have an envelope for savings in envelope for future camera that I wanted to buy every time I would do a photo shoot out get paid. I would put different amounts in different envelopes. And I think it is best. If you have like a percentage that you can go off of, but even if you are willing to lay within your putting random amounts. I mean, it's better than nothing. Save just random amounts like it's fine. But like I said that's just something that mainly have like really tried to stick to. And it just makes you feel so much more secure to have. Savings account. Like, you said, no matter how much money's in it. Just to know you have something. Yeah. If something goes wrong, you have something in there. Yeah. So I would highly highly suggested I also wish that I would have started doing that. I did save in high school and an earlier in life. But when I got married like I didn't have much to my name. That's because I spent a lot of money on stupid things a lot of it was on camera gear in investments, and that's great, you know, investments from business, but a lot of it was just wasted. And I do wish looking back that I would have saved more money..