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"four thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Memorial Day weekend and no listing for a second about what we have in this country and we have so many great things and all real estate mortgage shop you know we talk a lot about our homes and in building our wealth and and you know we have so many freedoms to do that because of the price that our soldiers paid that's right I am now and and and in the future so thank you for your service veterans that's right that's right we we wanna shout out to all our veterans of past and present and Joe I got a question for you what are some of the misconceptions about the veteran home loan program we can know Tom over the years and I've been in the mortgage business for over twenty five years and I've done a lot of business with the veterans they are some of my favorites it it's it's really amazing about the things that veterans believe about the VA home loan program in so many of them have left thousands and thousands of dollars on the table because they did not know all of the ways that they could use their VA mortgage they've had misconceptions like they think that they can only use their VA mortgage once in a lifetime that's not true no no it's not true is a pig no I've I've had the loan in several different states where I've been transferred to and you can either get somebody to assume your mortgage and when I was in Indianapolis I was right next to fort bend so I was looking for incoming search staff there to take over the lawn that didn't happen but I have used my all alone here in Memphis by my home yeah you can use your your VA more want are more than once one time in a lifetime and like for instance let me give you an example when you get your certificate of eligibility says thirty six thousand Billy Wright pig right okay well lenders will loan you four times that ever that eligibility is well if you only if you've only got fifteen thousand of that eligibility tied up well Hey I mean maybe you used fifteen thousand of that to bother sixty thousand dollar home I'm going back to that example of Mostar veteran that are of that I've mentioned earlier in the show he wasn't trying to bother maximum he could qualify for he was buying because he was gonna leave when he's got to a new station he was going to keep that house in that city and rented out so he was buying bread and butter houses a column bread and butter houses not the Max you can buy up but just something that was gonna make money for later so maybe he only use like fifteen thousand because he only bought a like a sixty thousand dollar house back then well then we went to the next station he had a lot of eligibility left over the difference between thirty six thousand and it fifteen he could go buy another house with his VA a hundred percent down right right okay so you can do that and then Peggy mentioned assuming BA isn't a symbol one lot of people don't know that so it gives you an extra exit strategy and if you've ever sudden officer talked with me on the phone about your real estate plans are really strongly recommend that you have more than one exit strategy if you buy a house but an area that's appreciated by by it in an area that if you head to an emergency leave you could rent it and not be under water with it but it was a product that if you can has an assumption calls on it so that somebody could come in and pay you cash for your equity and just take over a low interest rate loans tell you what these rates go back up the seven or eight percent in the next few years and you're sitting on a three for three and a half four percent VA loan or FHA loan you're sitting on a gold mine because somebody's will pay you a lot of money to have the advantage of taking over that loan that's right that's what happened when the rates for it of ten fifteen percent these of eight percent VA loans people paid a big premium for those that's right plus it's partially paid down but that's some of the things that people don't think about now if you're trying to have some more if you want your eligibility back you're going to have to get an eligible veteran to assume it and take and use their eligibility as so you're so you can have your all of your eligibility back but if you can't find a veteran you can have somebody qualify they have to qualify with your mortgage company to assume the loan but then your eligibility would still be tied up for a while on that so that's something to think about if you're a veteran if you know of that are in that you can share this podcast with but here's another one the VA mortgage a lot of people think that they can't use it except for a single family home well that's not true you can buy a duplex that's two unit you can buy a tri plex that's a three unit property or even up you can buy a four unit now you can't buy over four units right Tom that's right but yeah I don't know you're the expert but look I've got people who use the VA they get in for zero down they they live in one unit and they rent the other two or three units out and they're making money on that house the other tenants rent to pay and more than paying for their their mortgage payment and then some so I mean it is a great way to build wealth if you're if you're a veteran and Gideon for very little down if any here's another one you can refinance a VA loan on a streamlined be a program on love to talk to you about that you don't even have to have an appraisal a love to love my veterans back you know but veterans get disability conference a compensation sometimes for a service related medical issue with their exempt from paying that funding fee there's a funding fee on there sometimes it's like two and two point one five or something percent of the loan they just add it to the top of the loan but if you're if you've used it before your veteran loan program it's a little bit more slight three point three percent of the loan amount that they tack on but if you're got a service related disability other some other case by case situations you don't have to pay that so that's a huge chunk of money here's another one that makes me sad as Mance me of a story of the lady who who whose husband died of actually didn't die on the battlefield but he died from a service related disability she had never remarried and she was kind of having trouble with her money but she came into my office and she did not realize that years ago and even now but I mean she missed out on opportunities after opportunities she could use her husband's veteran loan entitlement to buy herself a house with nothing down she didn't know that she could have done that so we fix that for her but years down the road because she didn't know here's another one the maximum loan amount for VA loans is four hundred and twenty four thousand one hundred dollars if you qualify for that on your income the debt Roach ratios and things like that but you can and I've got couple right now they're building a house in out in the car your bill Tennessee area and they have a house I just can't live without they but the house is the price on it's like four hundred and thirty thousand well we talked about it did the numbers and they said you know what we really want this house but we want to get in for very little down can we still use our VA even though this loan is going to be over the limit the answer is yes you can they just have to pay the difference between the sales price and that that maximum loan amount of four hundred twenty four thousand one hundred because they qualify for that amount so that's a little odd that's an idea and that's the.
"four thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Daughter struggle with the ticket seller. A young girl shot. Luckily she would live hurting. The girl bothers others just enough to write a letter into the kansas city times on october fifteenth eighteen seventy two letters published by the kansas city times while it wasn't signed by jesse. James historians ends fully believe he wrote it and he wrote as great deal has been set in regard to the robbery which occurred at the city exposition grounds. I will give a few lines to the public as i am one of the party who perpetrated the date a great many say that we the robbers deserve hanging. What have we done to be hung for. It is true rush shot a little girl though it was not intentional and i'm very sorry that the child was shot in is the parents will give me their addresses the columns of the kansas city weekly times. I will send them money to pay her doctors bill and asked to mr wallace. I never tried to kill him. <hes> only shot to make him. Let go my friend. If i've been so disposed i could have shot him did just let a party of man commit a bold robbery and the cries hang them but president ulysses grant his party can steal millions and it is alright. It is true we are robbers but we always rob in the glare of the day in the taste of the multitude and we never kill only in self-defense without out men refuse to open their vaults and safes to us it when they refused to unlock to us. We kill interesting rationalization here do we you know yeah we do but only in self-defense. It's almost like he doesn't sell defense means when i point my gun at a bank teller not tell him to open up the vault gimme all that goddamn money and he says he doesn't know the combination or he won't do it for some other reason. I feel threatened. I suddenly feel very unsafe. Breath and then i feel compelled to defend myself by shooting that dumb son of a bitch between the us and important my gun someone else and ask them to give me that. God damn money money in that field in my life is in danger once again if they refuse to cooperate with me. Nothing makes me feel more safe than someone refusing to give me a goddamn money. <hes> jesse's letter or at least let us to be written by jesse continues but a man whose goddamn enough food to refuse to say for a vault when he's covered with the pistol ought to die. There's no use for man to try to do anything. Winning experienced robber gets going on him. If he gives alarm resists or refuses to unlock he gets killed. If he obeys he is not hurting the flesh but he is in the purse all right i i he seems a little more self aware there some editors call us thieves. We are not as we are bowl robers. It hurts me very much to be called. Faith makes me feel like they were trying to put me on par with president grant and his party. We are bold roberson. I'm proud for the name for alexander. The great was a bold robber and julius caesar and the polian bonaparte and sir william wallace not all ben wallace and robert emmet. Please rank me with these not with the granitz grants party has no respect for anyone they robbed the poor and rich and we rob the rich and give to the poor as the author of the letter the public will never know i will close by hoping that horace greedy will defeat grant and then i can make an honest living living and then i will not have to rob taxes not be so heavy again interesting rational as i mean yeah i mean i you know i wouldn't have rob if what i don't have high taxes house was taxes without real hold up banks and stagecoach and trains like the claims to be a freedom fighter like william wallace but he's not waging war against you and he just take a random people's money. He's not hurting the government. He's he's attacking private businesses. He once was a political fighter. Now he feels a little bit like a like a thief in a revolutionary janeiro you know clothing may twenty seven to eighteen seventy three or four members of the james younger gang steal four four four thousand one hundred dollars.
"four thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"You ever? Ever. To you. Thank you. Welcome. Thank you very much. Tony Jordan this morning traffic. Tony what's going on? California Toyota dealer traffic center, we make it easy. Got a couple of things slowing down your drive on the fifty five southbound side at seventeenth street. Car Bennett there's off to the right shoulder. Up ahead, just before we get to the four zero five there's a four car accident there. That's still blocking the carpool and the far right lane. So heavy delays overall from Chapman avenue over towards the four zero five northbound side of the fifty five or so down just before the Seventy-three over towards the four zero five on the freeway westbound side heading through the city of industry, just before you get to seven there's a Fender bender with the big ticket away. The right lane delay started as. About rose me. But ended it up from there as you make your way into LA. And then on the ten freeway northbound side near avenue forty-three, we've got reports of another small brush by after the right side to watch for fire department coming through there. No lanes blocked off to chat because of that scene. Heavy delays film. The southbound side of the one ten avenue fifty two about third street. It's much improved now through the south LA stretch. And now in the south bound side of the to get to San Fernando road. They're wrapping up that earlier truck that was towing a trailer. It's out of the way, but still busy drivers you come from the one thirty four. The traffic report is sponsored by grocery outlet this week at grocery outlet. Stop in for green and blacks seventy percent cookout park, peer dark chocolate bars. Three point seventeen outside bars. Buy one get one free. Also what what's mother's day without orchids five inch potted orchids or just nine ninety nine back here traffic, I'm Tony Jordan for three Maya fan. Don't forget your chance to win a four thousand one hundred dollars is coming up at eight twenty five with wet noise on Ballantyne in the morning, but former insurance we know a roof.
"four thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Five the Washington Times headlines this morning. The Perez prosecutor's office says investigators are treating the blaze that destroyed part of Notre Dame as an accident for now. The prosecutor's office said late Monday, they they have ruled out auch arson in Monday's fire including possible Tim related motives for starting the blaze. I don't know how they possibly could have come to that conclusion that quickly. Yeah. Prosecutors say Peres police will conduct an investigation into quote involuntary destruction caused by fire. So something investigation is yet to be done. But the headline is arson terrorism ruled out for now. I don't know if that just maybe calm people's nerves or afraid of possible retaliatory things taking place just who knows in this day and age, but I can tell you this much. There's a whole lot of talk and speculation via social media that it was intentionally done. But. I guess you'd say let let the investigators do their thing. If you've seen the video this this blaze was so intense. And I don't know maybe maybe some of the firefighters out there can give us a ring and explain how in the hell can you go in after a blaze that they do these investigations. And how can you determine where where the inception of the starting point of ablaze like that would be after such a massive fire? It's it's incredible the work that they can do and try to figure things out. I guess like anything else should take some time. But right now, I'm thinking ain't no way they've gone and done that sort of an investigation because they're they're still hot spots things of that nature in in the in the church. But let me get back to roundabout. Thanks for hanging in there. Check it out. You know, the head headed the Vesa Gatien's found to be inspector clues. Oh, oh, yes. I mean, that's how they can come to that conclusion already. Peter Sellars is up to it. But you know. Definitely natural for him. But anyway, you know. Significance of it, though. You know, the World War Two vets who have seen it. My son has seen it. It took me back in the minus to eleven. You know or nine eleven I it was just like how do you explain to somebody? And like I was trying to explain to my children who are grade school age, you, you know, people out there. Awry. And think that everyone else is wrong, and they're willing to go to this level of violence and to make their point. And just thinking of how popular that Disney movie was maybe the millennial will take notice of this a little bit and say, hey, here's some history here. So. I'm hoping it was just an accident hoping that was. Work to stop Fernie, Claire and right. And it was just a totally an accident. I hope they build it back better than it was which is pretty much impossible, you sometimes you got to wonder is these kind of things have happened when you have construction projects or renovation project where they were they may try to cut some sort of a pipe or something with the torch. And this is I guess primarily a wooden structure, obviously. And all of a sudden things like that can rapidly get out of control, right? I mentioned yesterday was taxed right, April the fifteenth. Everybody's favorite day. Let's see some of the posts from different people in some of them truckdrivers some of them not. Yeah. I had to pay four thousand one hundred dollars one gushes. I got lucky I only had to pay four hundred dollars total. Another guy says I win sixty nine hundred federal at about three hundred local. Then I like this one. That I got drunk last night. Did my taxes? I'm getting four million dollars back this year. Yeah. That that could happen. If you did your now on a serious note from our friends at oh, I d. His tax season comes to a close. Ally is asking for input from drivers on how the changes in the tax code are affecting your bottom line changes to the code. Brought about by the landmark axe cuts and jobs act could have a significant impact on per diem deductions for the company drivers. One of the most significant changes for the trucking industry is the laws elimination of the ability of employees.
"four thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on Here & Now
"And quality standards apply. This country is in the midst of an opioid crisis. But many people still aren't trained to administer the overdose. Reversal drug naloxone, including some frontline pharmacists. There is an effort to change that lev fashions reported with our partners at stat the health and medicine publication level comeback. Thank you. So even pharmacists, thank you. So even pharmacists aren't fully trained to administer this drug. It's a surprise to me because they're the ones that are going to have to show a customer how to use it. Sure. And I should say that regulations vary about who has to have what training before they're permitted to dispense along sewn. But yeah, last week, I went to a training that really attempted to to address this basic gap that not only should pharmacists know, how to administer naloxone themselves, but they should know how to train the people who come into their pharmacy to get the overdose reversal drug to to use it. Whether it's on a neighbor or a family member who there. -cerned about or just just to have in their home or walking around. So you know in a country with such a staggering overdose. Right when they encounter someone experiencing an overdose. They're they're ready. What kind of training are these pharmacists going through because there's different ways to administer the drugs. You can inject it. There are also nays nasal sprays. Yeah. The the good news about in the lock zone is that it's easy to use the most common version Narcan, which is a liquid that you inject nasal. And as you say, there's also a much more expensive auto injector version, which is essentially epi pen, but for opiate overdose reversal and that one is much easier to use you really just take off a tab. You have an automated voice talking to you walking through the process, and you're supposed to just really stab this needle into someone's thi-. The voice counts to five and you can take it out. And you're you're done, and you should see results. You should see someone come to within thirty to forty. Five seconds. Okay. So if you're going to do that, you definitely want someone to teach you how to do it ahead of time. Which is what we've been talking about this gap in training. But there's also a gap in access to the drug in general. And in one of the big reasons, I understand is cost. How much of an obstacle has that been? Yes. So we should bear in mind that there are two versions like I said a nasal nasal version and an auto injector version the nasal version, you can get for eighty or one hundred dollars for a two pack. The auto injector was priced at five hundred seventy five dollars in twenty fourteen as overdose deaths increased over the last few years. It's it's list price rose to four thousand one hundred dollars in twenty seventeen which has led to a really big controversy culminating in a bipartisan Senate report released just this past week. That accuses the maker of that version Kalaheo of essentially wasting one hundred forty two million dollars of taxpayer money. It's worth noting that they have donated hundreds. Of thousands of dollars of these kids to nonprofits and community centers and schools and the like, but Medicare and Medicaid who often bear the cost of of drugs that doctors and insurers want to dispense for high risk patients have have borne the cost of that really substantial increase in. It really is interesting how it's played into the broader dynamic of the drug pricing conversation and not just the conversation about how we solve the opioid crisis live faster reporter with Stanton. Thank you very much. Thank.
"four thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on KTRH
"Now here on Houston's morning news. You would think these drug companies would understand the public relations behind six hundred percent increases in life saving drugs. We have another one a private drug company called Kallio just hiked up the price of an overdose antidote. You know for opioids the could be administered by the the medical technician who is there can save lives. The update by six hundred percent six hundred percent. It is gone from five hundred seventy five bucks a dose, which is pretty exposed to begin with do four thousand one hundred dollars for a two pack. Many drugmakers are raising the price of naloxone which is used reverse overdoses often carry by police emergency workers the company defending its decision by saying a can't turn a profit at the current price. Okay. Then raise it fifty percent or raise it one hundred percent but six hundred percent. Who who's gonna be able to afford to administer that forty one hundred dollars for to back to grand dose when emergency responders administrative is coming out of the tax payers. That's a great question. It's requested and a lot of money. Seven forty now here on News Radio seven forty KTAR age. I like talking about S T A wealth management. They'll have a show today. Twelve noon we're getting into holiday mode, but you see what's going on with Wall Street right now, we've we've lost the games of two thousand eighteen now we'll probably come back. In fact, today might be the perfect day to listen to the wall bunny hour because they'll probably be talking to off the ledge today as far as being super worried about what's happening on Wall Street. They certainly know what the motivating forces are behind the sell off that we've seen recently bind, the volatility that. We have seen going back to last month. When things really started getting volatile, and they can probably help you prepare for this kind of volatility in the future, esta wealth money, our twelve noon..
"four thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Hour. This this company. This is insane. This company called Kaleo K L E O has a drug which is a form of naloxone, which is the drug that you give somebody if they've had an opiate overdose. And it shuts down the opiate receptors in the body. So they even though there's still high levels of opiates in their bloodstream is no longer suppressing their they're breathing in their heart. In other words, it's no wonder killing them. And so it's in the lock zone is the drug that literally will save your life. If you've had a drug overdose. Whether it's accidental intentional, you know, whether it was illegal, or whether it was legal doesn't matter. If it's an opiate naloxone solves the problem, and they have this in a sort of like the epipens things in an auto injector where you just walk up to somebody and hit them with the thing. And it it autumn automatically injects the drug drug into them. This auto injector with a dose of naloxone in it. And then the dosing Laaksonen, by the way is probably, you know, manufacturing costs gotta be under a dollar. But in any case this this thing was selling for five hundred seventy five dollars in twenty four team. And they're carried by police departments fire departments physicians offices emergency rooms, and and and frankly, a lot of parents are buying these getting their doctor give them a prescription and buying one to have around the house, if they have kids that they suspect or no have an opiate problem and so five hundred and seventy five bucks. They have in the last three years raise the price to four thousand one hundred dollars. That's a six hundred percent increase in price. And of course for the company prophet. And so the Senate has come out with a report this. This investigation was led by a Republican Rob Portman from Ohio and a Democrat, Tom Carper from Delaware. In the United States Senate. And this is what they said in the report, and I'm quoting literally from the report Khalil's more than six hundred percent increase of of zero not only exploits a country in the middle of an opiate crisis. But also American taxpayers who fund government run healthcare programs designed to be a safety net for our country's elder elderly and most vulnerable. This is nuts. The articles on the hill. If you want to see it and another this from market watch. I actually originally found this over democratic autograph dot com. But marketwatch is talking about how the the housing industry is. Well, the has fallen in November the sub gauge of current conditions fell seven points. And is expected and the tracker for future expectations dropped ten points. And the gauge our buyer traffic was down eight points. So this is this is not a good thing. Basically any HP the the buildings just Washington lobby noted in a press release that the reading of sixty is still positive. They're quote customers are taking pause. The eight point plunge is only reminiscent of the nine point drop just after nine eleven and a ten point drop in early two thousand fourteen the overall reading is the lowest since mid two thousand sixteen so you know, again, if we see a sharp drop in housing. It could be something that just begins to wipe out the entire economy. No, we're not. And and I'm sorry. And and by wiping out the entire economy. I mean, you know bag, you.
"four thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Welcome back. Let's see here. Robin in Oklahoma. Hey, robin. Thanks for watching us out of free speech. Tv what's on your mind today? Tom. I was wondering what the one percent people weren't the corporations and everything and he named one while back. Do they believe that healthcare is a privilege or right because they're the ones who will walk. Great. They work people. But they do not get him for the forty hour. So they can get the help. So they don't care. That's right. You know, Bernie has offered a suggestion legislative suggestion to solve this problem that I think is absolutely brilliant. And and it's that easy is calling it the corporate freeloader tax, and he says any corporation who pays people so poorly that they have to go on, Medicaid or food stamps or or section nine housing or any of those kind of things any kind of government subsidies that company is going to have an automatic tax, and I don't know the amount but on their gross receipts. They're going to have to pay for the you know, because they're freeloaders is disaster speak to what you were and the privilege or right thing. Obviously all these corporations think that healthcare is a privilege, and they they want to be in the position of it. In fact, this piece from Julian English said at the hill, this is from the Senate permanent subcommittee investigation. They found that this company Kalaheo, which has a drug called eve. Visi I o f zero it is the drug that you used to treat opioid overdoses, then you know, of course, we've got an explosion of opiate overdoses. This drug was selling for five hundred and seventy five dollars a dose in two thousand fourteen and they have raised that price to four thousand one hundred dollars twenty seventeen. It's it's a form of naloxone which is used to treat overdoses and the lock zone, you know, probably cost somewhere on the order of twenty or thirty cents per dose to manufacturer. So when you look at these kind of things now, you've got a couple of senators who are who are yelling about this. In fact, a Republican from Ohio and Tom Carper, the democrat from Delaware. The you get it that these corporations they don't care about health. They don't care about healthcare. They care about profits, and they view healthcare. And in this case the opiate epidemic as a way to simply increase profits and people are dying. As a result of this and people who won't be able to afford her were small towns that won't be able to afford a small police departments that won't be able to afford four thousand dollars a dose to carry naloxone with them when they're out in the field, and they come across somebody who's experienced a drug overdose. But has not yet died, and they can and they can bring them back from the dead essentially with this drug. This is just obscene. So I'm not Robin optimistic that any of these companies think that healthcare should be a right? Does that make sense? You know, we're my husband, and I my husband just went through a operation and everything. Thank God, it saved his life and everything now. Leo a lot of money. Yeah. Even with Medicare, you know in the Medicaid. Yeah. You know, I would like, you know, Medicare denting paper glasses or.
"four thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"It is the the website for Chad parks is company ubiquity financial, and they will set up a 4._0._1._K for you. If you have a small business, if you know somebody that has a small business that either is paying too much for their current 4._0._1._K or doesn't have one and would like to to be competitive and attract good, employees and all that. Then you can tell them about this website. You can tell them about my ubiquity the company, and perhaps it'll be a fit for them. Good place to go and just kind of learned to about the different types of things. 4._0._1._K rollovers rots IRA's versus 4._0._1._K solo 4._0._1._K safe harbor plans. It said route cetera et cetera. And if you do not want to you, of course, don't have to leave any of your personal information behind so you don't get spam. Emails from them, WWW dot ubiquity dot com. It is our website of the week and our questions of the week. We have a couple I don't know that I'm going to be able to get to both of them. But I am going to try the first one is from Thomas in Chicago. And Tom wants to know can I take this is a client of mine who's had a relative pass away. And that's how he became a client with beneficiary IRA says can I take the principle? I out of my annuity. So I can leave the interest deferred and still get some money. Out what he wants to do is. He has a non-qualified annuity. They put some money into wants to make a withdrawal from the annuity. And but he likes to take to label that withdrawal is principal. So he doesn't have to pay taxes on the interest in. I find it amusing how often my answer on here is I like the way you think because you know, people are creative and they're getting to some good ideas as far as tax savings. But while I like the way you think Thomas the answer to that is no you can't when you have a an annuity. It's what's called life. Oh last in first out. In other words, let's say you decided to take guarantee income life insurance company up on that on that offer. You put one hundred thousand dollars into a six year. Four point one percent interest rate guaranteed a fixed annuity kind of like a six year CD, really. So you go to the end of the first year. You haven't taken anything out. You've got one hundred four thousand. Thousand one hundred dollars. If you take a withdrawal, the first four thousand one hundred dollars of that is going to be considered the interest by the IRS. You have to report it on your tax return because it was the last in. It was the last, you know, money to get added, obviously was the interest. So last in first at you cannot leave the interest deferred inside and just say, well, no, I took out principle. It's a great thought. But the IRS saw that one coming in. And they said you can't do that our next question, and I'll give the Email address again, if you'd like to have your question answered on the show, I love doing it. People have told me they love hearing it too. So go ahead and Email.
"four thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on KGO 810
"I'm doing how you doing? Good to hear the John Mara. Didn't get jaded. We only I started out now John Mayer. Obviously we're talking about the broadcast which air tonight wash right into a conversation about here. I like this talk. Yeah. Sure. Yeah. So John Mayer. I mean, he's had you know, ups and downs the PR world he'd be the first to admit that everything. But he's he's in a great spot. He's always been a good guy. I think there's ups and downs in anybody's pure life. When you are a celebrity like that if we were dating life, obviously stories air and everything, but he was just just here's the Fraser would use a generous spirit. That's what he was generous with his time his music his spirit. He is a giving person, and it was real real treat for all of us. Okay. No, I'm good. I'm just gonna let it ring. No. I just shut it off. John Mayer doubt that all right? Let's cold. What's the noise? Up to four thousand one hundred dollars, you identified the noise if you get a correct you win forty one hundred bucks. Okay. Sure. Try you went on. I mean you called in. Why don't do it? Here comes is better than you have ten seconds here. It is. Larry in west hills. What's that noise for forty one hundred dollars? I'm gonna guess that it's like a bow and arrow hitting a target when it's released. I would have taken that call that'd be John Mayer with the answer. That's not it. Thank you. Thank you manifest chat with you. The feelings mutual. Thank you very.
"four thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on TechStuff
"Secure an exclusive license from Microsoft for dos, so you could then license MS dos from Microsoft yourself. And so your own cheaper version of IBM computers to customers. This would technically have been easier for Commodore to do than to create new architecture based off the Amiga architecture. But critics of that plan said, yeah, it's easier, but the profit margins are also. Much lower Commodore would have to pit. It's IBM clones against all the other IBM clones that were flooding the market. And ultimately this side lost and so did max toy herald cover. Men would come on board. Copper mines appointment was met with some trepidation from outside the company. I read an article that was very skeptical about the whole situation because at this point, the company had a reputation now for having a revolving door when it came to chief executives because you had Jack Trammell Thomas Rattigan yet max toy and now herald copper men all filling that role since nineteen Eighty-four. And now it's nineteen eighty nine. Nineteen thousand nine hundred seemed to start off well for Amiga Commodore had announced in January nineteen eighty nine. That one million Amiga computers have been sold up to that point. Also, one other executive took a position at the top of Commodore and early nineteen Eighty-nine. That'd be many a Lee. That was the man who had come on board of with Commodore as a consultant. He had been an advisor to Irving Gould, and he was the one who told Gould to fire former CEO Rattigan just a few years earlier. Now Ali was able to convince Gould to hire Ali on as the president of Commodore international, which was largely a vacant position for most of Commodores existence, but now made a Ali would inhabit it. Copper men would be president and CEO of Commodores US operations in November nineteen Eighty-nine Commodore announce the Amiga twenty five hundred. This was essentially an Amiga two thousand. With a new pair of co-processors. So just a modest improvement over the Amiga two thousand in nineteen ninety Commodore would offer Amiga one thousand owners a thousand dollar trade deal. If they would upgrade to an Amiga two thousand machine. This is also when the video toaster products became official and you could actually go out and buy it. The company would then announce the Amiga three thousand. This was a slightly bigger upgrade than the twenty five hundred still a modest one had a new CPU. It also had a new chipset and a brand new Amiga. Three thousand with a monitor would set you back four thousand one hundred dollars. Truly a princely sum.
"four thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on KSRO
"To finance. Right. Totally. And folks, don't get me wrong. This isn't just a commercial working with George therapy equity or anybody in our team kind of is you should work with us because this is the biggest financial transaction of your life. But this is about just being smart. You know, we recently had a realtor in the studio here talk about well, you don't do your own fillings. Right. Right. And there's always this. I think every service professional will use some sort of analogy, we don't work on your car. You don't do your own taxes? You don't. There's always something. Right. Well, some people do and sometimes it works for them. I get that. But be careful there's so much false advertising happening right now. I remember do you remember when I talked about as watching a commercial, and it showed a really low interest rate for a nationwide wonder, okay, there's an internet lender. And I actually DVR hit pause froze. And I took a picture of the fine print. Yeah. So I can actually read it. So then I blew it up. I read every word of the fine print. Mhm? After it told us, what states were not eligible and told us. You know, the FICO score requirement the down payment requirement the term, you realize this isn't even alone that I most people qualify for because you have to be so stellar on paper. And you have to have accused of Hemant any California. It can't be over a conforming loan amount, which is four hundred twenty four thousand one hundred dollars which is hard to find sort of find here..
"four thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"President on that because they need to pony up and we need to take a long hard look at how much money we're giving a lot of countries who don't like us yup yup on the tariffs you and jeff impounded these tariffs for weeks and i've been listening to try to take it all in and kind of watch what's going on in a bigger picture your comment is at the stock market continues to take a pounding but the serious talk about terror started in march of two thousand eighteen that was this year and the stock market was at twenty four thousand one hundred dollars today it's up about five hundred dollars from that low point when when they started talking about terrorists so the stock market really hasn't taken a hit because of terrorists took a hit today it did took a two hundred point hit right if it doesn't take that hit it's up seven hundred points from when they started talking about tariffs in march so the stock market's going to do what it's going to do but the cavs have not been are not escape yo for that and jeff and everybody else agrees that the plainfield for tariffs is very unfair and it's been unfair to the country forever and so but yes argument is well the economy is so good right now why would you want to even talk about terrorists well if not now win when do we equalizers plainfield but but david has it really affected your buying experience over the last ten years our the last fifty years maybe well think about it how much better could have been if the if the situation on an international stage would have been different and more fair to the united states have we given up and when do we make it right do we make it right when the economy's in in a bad situation that would be even worse so when do we make it right they've i think we we we live in an international economy it's not just american anymore we had a really good caller last half hour talking about in world war two when we had stealing america we did it he all here lumina amir steal those days are long ago and far away they are there it's not the way it is anymore and i just feel like and especially when the president says it's for national security it is not for national security to lay on tariffs on canada or mexico they're not going to invade us they are on our side granted mexico does know things for us by allowing their poor to come in this country without any restraint on there and i i grant you that but that problems been around a long time it's been around with republican presidents democratic presidents remember president reagan in the eighties have the amnesty program olly oxen free and i think he would be really shocked to see what is happening in our world today with all the immigrants coming into this country are here in this country jeff.
"four thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Sports tonight in anaheim album pool halls could possibly reach an impressive milestone when the angels taking the orioles after last night's game he's now just two hits shy of three thousand seven the only thirty one players major league baseball history of accomplished he's also poised to become the fourth player major league baseball history with at least three thousand hits and six hundred home runs tonight's game starts at seven just a little note on baseball players right now one player if you're not too into the sport maybe not watching and it's not because i'm home for the red sox whatever mookie betts is phenomenal guy hit three home runs last night he steals basis he's a brilliant defender he's a guy that i'm telling you is helped goes well fifteen twenty years now he's a first ballot hall of fame or whatever it is i mean it's just amazing meanwhile dodgers have an afternoon game in arizona twelve forty against the diamondbacks companies throughout china are now using brainwaves sensors to screen employee's for mental fitness what is mental fits right what is that the devices are attached to a helmet or hat they monitor the workers brainwaves detecting spikes and dips and emotional activity associate with panic fatigue and sadness the devices are mostly being used on workers and high risk occupations like traditions train conductors maybe air traffic control something like that many people pointed out the troubling applications though for example the system could flag management they certain employs stressed they may be asked to take a break leave for the day or even be demoted simple argument with the wife over who's taking out the trash the point but apparently they're using this stuff in china i like technology i'd like to try it for a dancy how i'm doing you know you just smash my phone going keep this certain words if for some reason siri goes off even though it didn't say hey siri maybe stressed for serious and you say serious i don't know i don't know maybe able it like the rest of us yeah the phones on exactly as the ringer turned onto ringers off in series of but what if your wife texting that she's having a baby or something and else it's right in front of me brian has the patriots logo on the back of his time as well coming up next four thousand one hundred dollars starting in my.
"four thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Hundred thousand dollars or less house ways and means committee chairman brady said the change was being made to drive tax relief to middle class middle income families but will also go to offset lower corporate rates that spot sponsors believe will spur economic growth and job creation which we need desperately now the plan mandates the existing top bracket now the top 1 percent pays seventy percent of the taxes they're bracket is going to stay the same for those households earning over a million dollars brady said there would be no no taxes charged on household incomes less than twenty four thousand that's good for families but as believe it or not but the bottom 50 percent pay nothing so you've got to remember that as we discuss old us a twelve percent rate will be charged on income from twenty four to ninety thousand dollars a twelve percent federal income tax were rate 25 percent of you make ninety thousand dollars to two hundred sixty thousand dollars a thirty five percent rate on two hundred and sixty thousand a one million dollars the rates will be different for singapore people and single heads of households the plan would nearly double the standard deduction from twelve seven to twenty four th out thousand for married couples filing jointly the personal exemptions in the tax code now worth four thousand one hundred dollars for every taxpayer spouse and dependent would be eliminated in other words the the personal expenses in exit the personal exemptions in the tax code state income tax
"four thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The hearing is yesterday david the the numbers presented here work quite astounding to some extent is actually mold of one hundred million people touched a long way shape or form by messages allegedly coming from essentially russia companies britain representing russia according to the on facebook could put a great thing that uh over it clear period the i could have come from and the internet would create an approach kremlin russian group that those could light shared and commented on by hamanaka honored and twenty six million people period would represent about forty percent of the us population twitter that had found about two hundred seventy two thousand seven hundred fifty two oughta coun it would group which is more than ten times the number originally disclosed and and google also although google the impact on cut because my mobile nail dacuda only about four thousand one hundred dollars worth of ads which does seem to be very very small uh one could put we expect to see that one upgraded okay i mean it's unusual for these companies which of course major lobbyists big camp pain contributors in washington now for them to get such a grilling what would the other concerns that senators raises quite pointed wasn't it senator john kennedy who's in louisiana republican made some pretty interesting point because he was getting them uh it had it rush heard board edgar what about china had china boat add kunda under legal counsel facebook go to the table and aware of other foreign actors and apparently kennedy thought back and could well how would you know you've got five million advertisers what about turkmenistan what about north korea so you know the extent of election karen that could be potentially taking place it it evolved when you consider that there are other actors who might have been altered taking advantage of the type that you go up the conflictual media platform to deter you commit to manipulate yeah and data and we will continue to well it says they testify get on capitol hill our thanks to bloomberg's david teeth laughing how conflicts this morning that now straight ahead on bloomberg daybreak europe rowboats an also facial intelligence mid day is the latest example of a chinese company trading up with innovation so we'll go to hey from its co poll finds that is coming up next you're listening to daybreak europe with caroline hekuran me malkhas kalsan dates is there.
"four thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"In the weather a little crazy i'm a little disappointed at eco follows my favorite peterson amber if i were picked ruining back for the middle over here it is hot man it is hot how odd power things going mortgage wise what where things that with the market interest rate wise what what is your team seeing airpot um application greco high kroger has been really know decree connected with your partner africa the afco um a lot of painting failed going on perduca copromoter pain all year so far in becker continue you're all the way kerber a winner could her or even exactly arm a very return are typically november one of our bigger holding marker for people that were looking for harper crummer that can get in before guarded usually pick a break around that who will guarding time to get hit beto bitter gradual and make your back outlook in an program usually iraq between now in grabbed it beginning rhetoric bamberger colby are peyton pera and go are quick could be busy uh all the way up through december report rate go on rape or no holding good we had quite an increase here over the last week but nothing creepy worked network for a third year conventional and point seventy five percent bracket gary our boettger you know upper tier credit or rape fair um interfere in a jumble market though the jumbo loan any loaner over one hundred twenty four thousand one hundred dollars i'm bear britain hope with that purpose go mike what for just for german activity standpoint again you your team euro you office in savage but you really work with borrowers all across the twin cities and today's topic that i'm that i'm talking about is tips for homebuyers in one of the tips that that that i was that i am i'm going to be sharing is talking about working with a local trusted lender someone that you can physically talked to meet see in person in someone that you can ask what is your closing on time percentage maybe talk a little bit about that why that in important for a buyer of real estate here at who will reap in order to conquer the mortar grove if you look at like reward when the guidelines utter out there nor mortgage company um it's not necessary help who refining you know within a.