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"From npr news in washington i'm lakshmi singh pennsylvania is among four states holding primary elections npr's scott detro reports voters in pennsylvania are deciding races held against the landscape of last minute redistricting pennsylvania's primary campaign was shaken up when the state supreme court threw out the congressional map is unconstitutional justice candidates began filing to run the new court drawn map is friendlier to democrats and that plus five republican retirements has led to several jam packed primaries as democrats try to seize momentum in pennsylvania the first lady's expected to be released from the hospital in a few days the white house has malania trump was treated for a benign kidney condition the president of russia is green lighting a new path for getting supplies to crimea which the russian military occupied and seized from ukraine for years ago npr's lucian kim reports l'idee mir putin has opened a bridge that connects the crimean peninsula to the russian mainland president putin attended the opening ceremony by climbing into the cab of an orange dump truck and driving at twelve miles over the seat to crimea crimea is a peninsula that juts off of ukraine into the black sea after russia annexed crimea in twenty fourteen supplies to be delivered by sea or air the fourbilliondollar bridge is more than just a prestige project because ease of moving people and goods will take crimea even closer to russia on wall street the dow is down one hundred seventy three points this is npr twenty one minutes now or make that twenty minutes past the hour of eight let's see what's happening with our commute this morning as we check back with joe mcconnell mathematically new problem for the nimitz freeway in oakland northbound eight eighty at high street crash in the right lane traffic already back up to two thirty eight and backed up before that now from about his spirit and five eighty s to thirty s backed up to five eighty but five through castro valley not too bad does turn bad though and five eighty westbound what you get to san leandro from about fairmont drive and up to lakeshore and i'm joe mcconnell for k qb all right thanks joe his report brought to you by speedy oil change and auto service and he'll update us again just about nine minutes from now support for k q e d comes from best.
"fourbilliondollar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"They anticipated the the salary cap getting to 135 maybe one 140 and they're pretty frustrated with how quickly that it's it's growing in and how much money these players a pioneer pockets what would the nfl bns can you to be speculative i know but what would the nfl be a what would have become if and only because he get so much praise of adam silver was the commissioner instead of roger goodell is there is there something more it would be it'd be it be a more players censured player driven league you'd see a the relationships between players and owners ships in management will be more amicable than it is at this time i think you'd see a lot more the the the player protests would be handled lug differently at the udc support from from the teams in the management instead of the the attempt at and you know i guess suppressing it in some ways you had some owners that that are perfectly fine with that they understand what the players standing for nearly four sitting four and then you have some owners uh who who speak about differently and you heard that in ownership meetings the the article that came out you know with the way they they talk about i mean that relationship the way some owners see it so exist it's a very old line of thinking but is still exists than simplest we've got three years left i believe on this labor accord when this is up how big a fight you expect there to be between players and under ship i expected to be huge are expected to be monumental up i think this will be landscape changing uh because as you as you said players are more informed these days players aren't as ignorant an an and illprepared as they were in the first labor fight i think guys nuance and including the younger players are more prepared to sit all season palm than they were previously i think that ownership is less repair you don't have the fourbilliondollar tv money to just sit back and say hey we we get this regardless of the season's played or not tv that tv contracts won't be signed until they understand that there's going gonna be labor peace a you'll have their security blanket that you did before in at the end of.
"fourbilliondollar" Discussed on Short Story Long
"Uh what so hit that stands out as like the craziest thing that's ever been like secretly signed in that you've seen the crazy i mean honestly that fourbilliondollar blank check i've never seen anything quite like that just saying like you can have four billion dollars do whatever you want that's kind of crazy but then one of the eye openers for me i started this at the end of 2012 and at first i didn't think anything was really happening i didn't know if i had a podcast here but in april of 2013 it was the same week as the um the boston marathon bombing and so we weren't paying attention to anything other than that i was living in boston at the time yet congress that week slipped something into law in a way that they didn't even take votes on it but it essentially allowed the banks to gamble with our money again it was a part of the doddfrank financial reform bill which was supposed to stop all the gambling that happened in two thousand eight crash the economy and they undid a key part of that and they did it in a way like in the house of representatives after everyone had gone home had thought everything was done for the day on friday eric cantor got out there and passed it by unanimous consent which means that if nobody says i object adjust passes so he passed it through an empty room and then they did the same thing in the senate the republicans didn't in one half the democrats did it in the senate side and then obama signed into law i mean it was as bipartisan as it gets and there was supposed to be this whole website.
"fourbilliondollar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Where you ride is your business and the government should and get their hands on while you're here i feel we need an update on on the softbank deal now that all of that has gone through what are you hearing from hoover community and former employees about the share sale yeah i think everyone is very happy that share so when through those folks that elected to participate end of the month is you know when it's expected to close and and it was really it's it's wonderful to try this you know decided to participated as well because i think had he not a lot of employees probably wouldn't have been able to that well what do you make of the fact that he has decided to sell such a large stake yeah sizes mistake by don't really have any thoughts on however large but you know travis is fiercely loyal to his team and i think had do not are still write these folks helped him build the company and how do you not participated probably would have been back to the tender offer from going through some greenbrier great to have you back on the show and a living leschi thanks for that great who the today reporting apple could get a fourbilliondollar boos from the new tax overhaul plan a timing will pull could benefit those companies whose fiscal quarter don't follow the calendar year officer funds could translate to one last tax breaks for companies like apple microsoft and cisco and google was making a push to be a bigger player in the digital assistant market the alphabet company is trying to gain on rival amazon and that market gubler said to be considering the launch of a revamped online retail site with google digital assistant at the center of it google is also discussing a strategy for buying products and services via the assistant google assistant now runs on four hundred million devices come out there is a new player in the cryptocurrency market how money graham hopes recall we'll speed everything up that's next this is bloomberg the report look taken out so random walk through hot.
"fourbilliondollar" Discussed on Exchanges at Goldman Sachs
"Exactly you sign up for an aws account you open your laptop these sees talk all the time about startups coming in in the entire company exists on a laptop and so that's dramatically changing what it takes and because of that the seed rounds in the requirements between an abcd really start to change our people more hungry for that early early seed investment than ever before or they willing to wait invest later depends on the type of investor there are certainly a lot more angel investors out there right now these are technologies that a lot of people have a better understanding for you've got angel networks that allow people access to things that in the past you had to live in the valley had to know somebody had of a guy at a company that was starting something that you had a relationship when they really were friends and family type rounds that used to be built now you don't need that so they're certainly a lot more interest in that stage of investing at the same time the amount of dollars going into those later stayed rounds or just so much bigger because the companies themselves are so much bigger you're seeing billion dollar threebilliondollar fourbilliondollar rounds because you're talking about forty fifty billion dollar companies and so that parts become a little bit more institutionalised that absolute wrath him so obviously the question valuation becomes important when ipo markets kind of quiet howard private investors working to increase transparency around valuations that's one of the surprises that a lot of private companies have had to deal with especially once they start taking public investor money public investor money after report valuations every quarter they've got to publish something that in that mutual fund exactly that tells you what they think that's worth in a lot of cases that's a decision that's made by a committee that's completely separate from the investor in that company and so it's it's already good reasons for very good reasons so it's created a lot of headlines that have been disrupted for some of those companies were getting an investors are getting a better understanding of sort of how that process works now but initially it caused a lot at azusa.
"fourbilliondollar" Discussed on Equity
"And private markets for that matter but this is all kind of fun in a softening ruins everything and i think that one thing we've we've lost a bit of track of his how much money there pouring around because this is another example of the then using their money to change the way silicon valley works other companies now that are look has all been transactions their employees might ask for this there is now a lie in this ended this is possible uber is not the only company worth tens of billions dollars is still private so i guess my question is who is next and to bs my appeals instead please yeah i mean i mean what are you seeing in terms of secondary market activity halley's demand like how's the southside how's the biocide how evaluations because it got it goes there phases were a lot of people sometimes are trying to sell their shares and startups and then a lot of times people are trying to buy shares and startups by harry valuations relative i would imagine we're going to see other situations like this where the company got overvalued or perceived that they got overvalued and a lot of people are trying to sell their shares for lower valuation so we are definitely in more of a bull environment right now despite the fact that we decide this massive secondary occur at a discount of the most recent underfinancing there is a big shift towards private investing so if you take a look at the number of deals that are happening not just the dollar sizes and of course you know when we talked about 2011 2012 2013 i pure environment there would always be an asterisk and we would always report numbers with facebook and without facebook and it's a very similar thing here is that if you take a look at the market without taking a look at this eightbilliondollar not or we work fourbilliondollar investment from softbank it tells a little bit of.
"fourbilliondollar" Discussed on Equity
"Yeah currency of what are we work what happens to them next year alex okay kyw time actual opinion yeah okay so they're in their entire stick was where an assetlight business right so there for they can take these property is not to pull how much capital invested in some and then drive positive cash flow off them i thought i was conscious look idea we've all read their um the the decade put out the busby got a hold of years ago somehow pera they need to have all the money in the world they've also where it is so we're secondary one of their founders has bob like what's seven apartments there's a tweet doing around i think they are unfocused i don't think they have a good iris profitability i think they'd button to their own bs and i don't think that their properly valued and soft drinks money that 44 way fourbilliondollar pe round is indicative of at the failures of the market nuts just their business and so am very arish botham and long envied short and mediumterm perfect ipo candidate than absolutely one hundred percent i mean what's thereby mission 20 billion and what are what are they own 20billion billion asterisk softbank all the owners and what a negative cashflow i'm wear my skis europe is actually true in fact meter i'm gonna get a really great test matches in nine thirty pm i kinda say house you care a lot on the show no fake news hashtag fake news if i got the wrong i apologize to the entire we were com's team i'm just saying that they're not my number one candidate for 2018 debut valuation is is pretty tricky right wasn't there there was an article going around with a quote from the ceo who wear he said something like it's based on spirits rally here so that is highest in his base sense her child i think he was kidding may we're not sir.
"fourbilliondollar" Discussed on The Cloudcast (.net) - Weekly Cloud Computing Podcast
"Mm you're not least in terms of you know i i wanna say they're they're round roughly three hundred million dollars if taken in in venture in a venture capital and you know they do have some amount of revenue know have customers a they bring customers out on stage for dr khan but we're not seeing the the billion dollar revenue streams that that have sort of come through put that in essence is unfortunately and we've had you know we we had been ghaleb on the show many times that i think was was sort of his demise is they couldn't figure out how do you turn all this vc revenue and all this community hype into a huge revenue stream or you know the i think they've the may have missed out on a couple of acquisition opportunities know there was talk of a threebilliondollar fourbilliondollar you know microsoft acquisition they apparently you know we don't have details but apparently turned that down and now they've got you know they're gonna new ceo who has not been very visible you know he did a few inner seem to do a few interviews right when he got announced has been almost nonvisible at all ever since that happened um and then the other really big thing they did was they and this was back in the early part of the year when when the us daughter con happened was they took the the darker project the opensource project and and basically said you know what we don't want anybody else to make money on the docker brand the name um so we're going to change that project named the moby and anything it's called docker is now going to be our commercial stuff and everything else that's community related and and so forth is is moby and a whole bunch of projects that sort of fall under mobius the they con of put the community in a little bit of limbo um so that that part has been you know they they had great community community loved them they put the community in limbo and then they they have a new ceo who has kind of you know not really.
"fourbilliondollar" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Be some reining in of the at that money that we spent it's a huge proportion of the federal budget it's a lot of spending which is after size it not take people's benefits way right uh let's see senator mitch mcconnell on the story last night leaves the door noor somewhat open with more threecount cut 36 well if we're hearing democrats support it we've had a very difficult time getting any democratic support for any continent entitlement reform in order to achieve that and the senate and we would probably need democratic support just as as democrats indicate they're willing to sign up to do that kind of thing i'd be excited about tackling it your thoughts is that me political cover that's that's not a door open that's at trap i mean there's no way democrats are going to get on board with republicans changing entitlements in any way they don't want to be part of that date i'm going to put their name on it they just want to spend spend spend your money bet that that in that sets store and jerry i just gotta tell you the prison just tweeted out will be sign of the biggest ever taxcutting reform bill in thirty minutes in the oval office this was tweeted ten minutes go so it's twenty minutes will be signing will also be signing a much she a fourbilliondollar missile defense bill interesting wow so that's happening surely and will will cut to it if they put the bikes up also i want to get your take it as before after let you go and that is what he tweeted two hours ago he said at some point and for the good of the country i predict we will start working with the democrats in a bipartisan fashion infrastructure would be a perfect place to start after having forcefully spent seven trillion in the middle east well we predicted that for a long time at the depth democrats would come on board on infrastructure because i really like.
"fourbilliondollar" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing
"B nine tech companies with the biggest stash we're talking about more than six hundred fifty billion dollars um so it's a lot of money there and gatt would take away the incentive to keep it keep an offshoreoil adults may companies could always abroad a backyard they just faced a 35percent hits if they brought a back so they kept it there um so takes we that incentives so now it becomes more of a question of you'd a win win they get what are they going to do with this money but you say essentially the company's really don't need the money for things like mergers woolly don't because you know we've been an environment where interest rates are really low in especially these particular companies that their cash generation is so strong that they really don't have any problem tapping tapping the debt market to to do whatever they wanted to do um they also have you know pre sizeable onshore your cash levels as well but they they they haven't been financially constrained if they've seen a big deal that they wanted to chase microsoft couple of years ago when after linked in was a twenty fourbilliondollar deal they didn't wait they weren't waiting for a tax on tax break on the offshore funds to do that so there's been there's been plenty of that going on i n and hasn't really constrain them so it's a little hard to believe that all of a sudden having this money's gonna make force is going to spark this change had behavior from kind of what we've seen is establish patterns will are there any companies that are inclined to make deals and now go after some other companies uh there are and but these are companies are were already inclined to do that um a couple of examples i noted were cisco and oracle i you know these are very large tech companies that have you know between them more than the each mab more than 50 billion offshore a and they also have the legacy businesses that that are kind of a we'd on growth so they've they've been acquisitive in the past um and i think they'll continue to be i don't think we'll see a radical change in what they decide to go after just as a result of this of having this money a because like i said they've the they would have been able to raise whatever money they wanted to two.
"fourbilliondollar" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"A very valuable sector but basically all the spectrum is now he's reports she uh not all done but to one of these flights that the rise in bought and they attach net neutrality rules to it and uh in order to to do that they had to guarantee that they would spend four billion dollars to buy that spectrum if nobody else did uh so you know google put a fourbilliondollar bet on net neutrality in in two thousand eight of their you know they say a few things now uh but let's be honest like the google facebook's netflix to the world they can all of four to pay off i as peace yet uh openness is the strategy uh of the of the start up to the insurgents right so the ones who are fighting for this are exactly the patriarch's of the world safety at sees ripe the dollar companies startups and even the venture capitalist because like you know they want to build the next google right so they're the ones who tone the fcc like hey this is back this is gonna increase costs for startups because every startups going to have to pay off just to load crude horizon or to be in the fast lane so they can be as fast as the the incumbents uh you know this plan is bad for innovation uh early actual intervention uh because when the fcc that innovation what they really need is tokyo's right exactly and that that's that's exactly it like he believed to have that right any time you hear innovation from ajit pie you should just think of you know going down the highway and stopping and throwing change tollbooths only difference being at least the change in that booths is actually doing something to benefit your trip.
"fourbilliondollar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"They offered me a boatload of money and like a horror i took the four million or whatever it was and bought a big elvis presley house that i couldn't afford and uh i remember doing this film and haiti myself every day and i'm i'm talking about haiti going to work and it just i couldn't keep a lid on a you acted out i acted out yeah i i there was a lot of rage inside of me in on an unammed mad at myself when i was a ended director couldn't he couldn't direct you know and uh uh don johnson ucits on where to put the camera any camera there i think i'm aware what move your took it yeah and i write yang was in them with e eh the ivy david should in the mobile which gagged my mind to this day in asia idlib date i was working on this little documentary singer whatever with bob dylan bob systematic here uh uh on but manage bigger movie benefit go off idiot here's the most interesting man uh my life and that's a shaver movie in that blew my mind on but i ended up losing the house to the bags but uh even i can't even dragged by i think it was a fourbilliondollar house i put two million down cash and then put two million into renovating and and then shall i couldn't get allah he i could make the payments show it all started to crumble by then and uh listen i mean i i tell people all the time lag to this is the of 8 or so i got hooked on money your harley davidson the mariana i did about eight of those rain so for the money you know the money that was shortlived the end of my love affair with acting wish harleydavidson in the mont roman but gbi was like when the bell sounds you know when he goes dang you gotta go pella that to help me when the red light goes on the camera action new i'm usually gonna give you the best thing i can give you the first who takes the or rate on the fresh take who was someone that you out on want you to do a lot of takes if anybody darren aronovski with in that movie karnowski is probably this i would say him infamy know have a lot in common because darren dare we say okay.
"fourbilliondollar" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"That overage is twenty trillion dollars isn't that special the annual budget of the united states is what fourbilliondollar four trillion dollars four point two so it's only what threetimes our budget hm that's a little bit scary isn't it so why is it that they're doing that why all of a sudden are these congress saw these republican these conservative congress people now leaving that alone all sudden has become important anymore screw the deficit screw the the national debt hey it's not as important as that used to be and we don't know we talked about it a lot but now that were in power he ever republican president we have to tax we have to pass a tax bill not because we have to pass a tax bill it's a political issue it's truly a political issue there they're are throwing things on the wall and just hoping that it sticks this isn't a well thought this is not a process by which there truly examining all the ramifications such as we need a tax bill we have throw something there we have to kowtow to the president we have the kowtow to our constituents we have to show them we do something so uh what ends up happening is certain parts of the budget just sort of loser important i tell you when it really got crazy is senator rand paul out of kentucky and rand paul his life life itself for rand paul was the deficit and the debt i mean he not only ran on it he believes to the depths of his sole he is religious about this he is biblical about this that you cannot add to the national debt and you have to spend within your means or we have to spend within our means that's all got he's out fight yep that's fine you're i said it but i really don't mean it is entire political career it's not as important and equal watt really okay coming back things we have to know about it why this thing already is a disaster right from the get go and there is one very good reason that it will never pass based on what the president in what congress is doing right now there is no chance i have a bigger chance of becoming rex the wonder horse.
"fourbilliondollar" Discussed on Radio Atlantic
"Right now in all different directions in terms of outrage we are asked to be outraged about so many things after that that i think people actually have to stop and say how outraged i be about this again okay yet lubers a big company okay so far is like a fourbilliondollar company in they actually create loans end lend to consumers all right okay now i can carry a little bit more so there was almost applause what you've described and i think that some of it i think part of it to is it now that now that the conversation has been split wide open and i think part of the reason why the weinstein story was so important is because the movies that miramax and the winds can company produced were big cultural events things like pulp fiction or you know more recently you know think these big oscarwinning movies so l it it gave everybody a stake in the story because i've seen the films that that has now allowed for a much broader conversation so i think you're right perhaps we will see people start living more quickly on these stories responding more quickly taking them more seriously faster because they can now say ria we've had the mi2 campaign we understand her pervasive this is and now we can just get down to the business of of dealing with it rather than getting so stuck on how important is this is really happening all the time is this a big deal which is i think we are we were um you know when when emily wrote about fox right it was definitely that was part of the conversations like whilst just fox's fox just some sort of like troubled company uh with uh a leadership that seems really unsavory doing some bad stuff or as fox indicative of something bigger that's happening in the world of business and as the year has gone on i think we're seeing it's the latter now jody at one point in in your discussion about how the story came together in the press you in an i certainly not to minimize the the courage of the women that have come forward you did say.
"fourbilliondollar" Discussed on KOMO
"The cash now the state's entire fourbilliondollar capital budget is tied up in olympia and that includes the 24 million needed to finish the museum that means it scheduled opening in 2019 is in jeopardy frank lenzi komo new plumbers county getting ready to make a very expensive but trashy decision they must decide which wastedisposal company will halt the county's garbage to a distant landfill calls carleen johnson republic services would she's to be allied waste has been doing the work since the early nineties their contract is up next year they hope to renew waste management hopes to take over the county solid waste division has been going over competing bids to make recommendations to the council king county meantime mason go a whole different direction councilman kathy elaborate spent more than a decade steady waste to energy plants all over the world hour of arable if i went and our our our our our our our all according to the everett herald this contract for the homeless county could pay have billion dollars over the next twenty years so both companies have a lot riding on who gets to haul the trash lambert hopes that will not be the future for king county carleen johnson komo news and olympia woman says she was a target of a fake fbi scam and that if it can happen to hurricane happen to anybody comes mitch pittman spoke with her and the real fbi about the scam at out of all all that i missed it for to'repeated this scam started like most i check there's a voice curious she called back and found out they knew her name the last forever social and so on solve course i'm thinking in this is a legitimate god meanwhile slit paladino my personal information like that they claim to be the fbi instead if she didn't pay nearly three and a half thousand dollars she arrested in vain at the same time while this conversations on advocate the door to men wearing suits with badges in carrying would appear to be guns or at her door is people really have my information you know i'm really talking to a.
"fourbilliondollar" Discussed on AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL
"That are lot larger than us and i wouldn't say were you know an equal partner but at least retaken pretty seriously by those folks so worked up better for me a sort of holistically with my life to be my own boss and to have a team of people that that really likes working for me rather than working in ah you know fourbilliondollar company that were my boss' or three thousand miles away understood absolutely i came out of that too yeah i mean i just think it's on point in your life hugh you either decide that you're gonna be the holden to the wills of of people who don't even though your name or you gotta figure out a way out of that problem and so that's why that's why we found that the you know i mean that is thirteen years ago now fourteen years ago the company's been in existence we we still feel like a startup look pretty much every day were figuring out a new innovative way to try to to put a cool thing together that we don't really know how to do and that's that's a fun place to be even though i know were pretty stable like we don't seem to be going anywhere right so it's it's the cut nice comfort zone i think so when you were first on the program you were just at the beginning stages you'd just raised money i think i am i i won their first wife were about we're over billion dollars on cross a crowdfunding now through a couple of different ntt directions notably through kickstarter which is excited i think everybody knows about and a collaboration with our friends at humble bundle which is a semite is a for profit but charitable as a charitable connection to it and so we've done i think but before we get to the oceans were you think well you know by kickstarter i'm not sure that a lot of her up there who were kickstarter is sure sure we set up you set this up really beautifully uh because i think he described the circumstance in the obama administration where things were very much influx and the administration could have gone a couple of different directions crowdfunding and.
"fourbilliondollar" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Come back to it but we are in an interview right now we are so what are we heading five there has to be people my business people smile what's the hardest part about getting into the space there's low margins and this type of product stretch of allowed noisy industry how do you stand up selling brownies and cookies is anyone can do it how are you guys object competitive edge law i think that you know yes anybody can do it i think that the no one's doing if you look at the if you look at all the consumer brands right now there's all these disrupters wrote the people are taking over but in the baking alam announced that the the sweetest box with a spot intended as that you know it's hiding in plain sight the industry over fourbilliondollar industry it's run by these like like basically three big franco's evolve hurt us and no one's really come in and and advice and it hasn't evolved traits i think there's a huge opportunity you know can just capture percent small percentage of the market share that that's huge and no dino people have come out with free and india no other what we call some things that have substitution zero but at the end of the day like nobody's really gone had him said hey we just want an experienced that's indulgence like right when the treat business but the taste amazing and it can be cleaned right emmett could it could be have six ingredients that you can you can tastes so i explain the key though to going head on against these re will call the big boys with the guerrillas andrew industry was the key most people getting these businesses either gets squash young business pretty quick solar i think building a brand right i mean it's building at sperling drowned loyalty right and it's getting getting people ambassador says talk about it and that's why it's such an important part when we launched online was to fill that brand loyalty and not investors shifting getting other people to talk about your brain and tasting in seeing it and and partnering with likeminded companies generally spread the word and then in now that were we have a retail i think people won't.
"fourbilliondollar" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"He should be officially that he would say that publicly because guess what he did skip the young man on his team a kicker named josh brown we'll salted his wife on numerous occasions now in january late january twenty fifteen no twenty sixty because mr january of twenty sixteen that the probowl jaws round got so ridiculously so ridiculous an out of hand they moved to his wife the kids to a different hotel at the probowl now this is the first hand this is secondhand knowledge is in third and knowledge the nfl inter being yep john mara also said in a twenty sixteen video a radio interview he certainly admitted to us that he abused his wife in the past but was a little unclear is the extent of that he said this publicly scale are man admitted to him that he abused his wife but it was unclear to what extent skip the difficult to get he also said the ask him in another interview mark o'meara said he was this was in january now they ask him as a john mair again about this he said the whole thing bothered me if bob john maro so much in january betty gay jobs round or two year fourbilliondollar extension in april that's how much about now people were protests they refused to gain for gather protesting the police brutality of men in people men and women the people of color at the hair of policemen but a guy this protesting.