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How The Flying Fahans Got Started In Aviation

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

05:08 min | 3 d ago

How The Flying Fahans Got Started In Aviation

"I'm joined today by very famous. Couple job the margaret and joe fan who were delta pilots flew together numerous times and they retired together. It is so great having you with us today. Thanks for taking the time. It's nice to be here. thanks for talking with us. You're welcome so so. Who is flying the longest. I'm older by about four years. Okay so we'll start with you joe. How did you get your start in aviation you know. I wanted to be a pilot since i was a little kid. And when i got to be about fifteen. I started getting my parents to drop me off the local airport and eventually got a job as a line boy there and spend all my money taking lessons. There's just that simple so back. Then how much did it cost to take lessons. Well kids today are going to hate me for saying this. I flew a brand new one. Seventy two with an instructor for twenty dollars. An hour into european itself was fourteen dollars an hour. The instructor was six and it was a struggle back. Then because i'm making that dollars seventy five bucks an hour whatever. The minimum wage was then. So you know it's it's increased by about tenfold. Since since i did that but there people people paying over two hundred dollars an hour for a general aviation airplane with instructor. My private pilot licence cost me all eight hundred dollars. Well that's were great. How about you. How did you get your story. Well my mom and dad are from germany and we used to fly to germany every summer to visit family so for me the best part of the vacation was actually the flight and i just know i had to do something with airplanes later on in life and When i was sixteen. I was dating a boy that my dad wasn't particularly fond of so he thought my dad had flown gliders in world war two at the end of the war so he thought if margaret had a hobby maybe she spend less time with boyfriend and more time with the hobbies so he took me to the glider airport in the area and He got reso- load. And i started flying taking lessons and it just took off from there that is very cool so interesting parroting those is really good parent yes. He has a better story than i do off. So so joe. Did you start earning money right away after you got your license. Well private commercial instrument. And then i became a flight instructor and i was teaching for a couple years. I guess that's my first paid flying job and college was in there too taught in college and then got your later. I got hired by a little commuter airline in southern new jersey southern jersey airways honors for five years or so and seven for almost a year and went on with the airlines so that was kind of a straight shot so when you interviewed with delta did they have the shrink with a rocking chair. Well actually we're. We didn't come that way. We were a northwest pilots. Oh okay all right actually. Yeah we required. Margaret margaret was actually a pilot for republic airlines and i was a pilot for northwest so we merged as choir twice. She was margaret. Tell us about how you got Started getting paid to fly well. Once i started taking lessons at all i wanted to do was be at the airport. Talk to people at the airport. You learn all. I could so i started working out there. I worked at the office. And then i worked on the line to Being that it was a glider airport. There were several line called them lined boys but there were lying girls. You had to hook up the toro to the glider and then run the wing as the toll. Plane drag glider off. So i did whatever. I could to You help pay for lessons and back then you got to know the instructors. So you traded washing their cars for instruction you've got a cheaper rate on the glider rental Got a little discount of the toe. So as soon as i could i started flying and earning money to pay for lessons. Surely you a glider rating before you got a power rating. Yes you could back then solo. I think it was fifteen. Get your license at sixteen in glider. So you could get your commercial glider license that eighteen and you could give rides and you know what we call the introductory lessons. I got my flight instructor. Rating is flight instructed in gliders before i got my private airplane well that is very cool and never flown gliders but i understand that that's the best way to learn to fly. Start with gliders. I think so i think so. You're tells me that all the time

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Hope Springs - Growing Flowers From Seed, Clare Foster

Cultivating Place

06:54 min | Last month

Hope Springs - Growing Flowers From Seed, Clare Foster

"Welcome back to our conversation with clear Foster Gardiner writer editor sharing with us about her garden life journey especially, as it relates to growing flowers from seed were back to hear more about the different kinds of flowers to grow from seed including annuals by annuals, grasses, herbs, perennials, and more. When I look at the. The table of contents and see. How that flows? What criteria did you to set for your contents and the flowers you would include which aren't always traditional flowers. They are also flowering herbs, flowering grasses, It's a, it's a lovely wide range. Will thank you. Yeah. It's it wasn't encyclopedic in any way we didn't want it to be really we we wanted to include the plants and the flowers that we will really growing and that we knew worked really for people. So, cutting flowers and as well as herbs and the the more the edible side of things Yeah. So we really focused on on the plants that the that we were we were growing and that we could recommend first hand. and and I think again because Sabina was working for children seeds and had access to different varieties we were quite Specific in varieties that we were recommending even though those change all the time I mean this quite a few. Varieties now of a certain flowers that we would have put in and they've the because they they just changed the the whole time and find new things. New Exciting colors. So yes. So just just the the the plants, the that we recommend ourselves I think was the the main criteria. And the publishers wanted us to do the be friendly section which I think was a very good idea actually because I think there's a loss of interest in. Oversee ecology and biodiversity biodiversity at the moment and insects in particular. Yeah and I I. Really. This is one of the things that resonated with me about the book when it first came across my desk was the way it is you know it's a pretty straightforward book. It's about growing flowering plants from seed to fill out your your garden over the course of the season. on one level, and then when as I was reading, I kept sort of making little ticks along the margins or underlining because he does get to a lot of universal cultural conversations. The gardening world is having is grappling with right now that I think are all important and you know among those would be Ecological and Seed bio-diversity. So you know just the fact that of trying to grow from seed opens up for almost any Gardner a whole range of plants you would never find at the local garden center and it also then as you are seeing, as C. J. changes changes with the trends if you are growing from seed in that seat is able to come true from seed that you know it reproduces for itself. You are also protecting the biodiversity in A. City of seed so it gets to cede sovereignty and. And I think that is a I'm not sure what it's like in the UK. But that is a very big topic of conversation here for heritage varieties for culturally significant varieties among different groups of people. The indigenous seed keepers network comes to mind immediately the seeds of the African diaspora here in the US is it's a big part of that garden communities, conversation and then you know you, you mentioned the fact and it's clear if you ever grow from seed, it's much more. Economical you spend a lot less money. You create a lot less plastic waste in the world because you don't come home with your you know ten I'm not sure what the equivalent would be in the UK. But you're fourteen dollar one gallon pots using a lot of soil that comes from somewhere and water and and whatever chemicals might have been put on it at the nursery you bypass all of that which I think is an important thing to point out and Made me laugh when I saw comment on one of your instagram posts claire from Genie Blom who said you know annuals are going to save the world and Which is, which is true. But you you never you never preach these things in the book they come up as a result of what you're what you're. Educating people about and sharing with people because you never get far from the fun and the color and the joy. So. As you were working on the book with Sabina were some of these bigger cultural conversations sort of. At the forefront for you. Yes. Yeah I think so. the trouble is with with the book of of of this sort of this size. Is. You're limited with your word count. Quite the lot of text was cut, which is, which is a bit of a shame in a way but but yes, absolutely, I mean these things it is the subtext for the for the whole book. Ready. But more than anything I think an keeping that content that the simplicity simplicity of the framework. Was Key because I just want to encourage people to try to try doing it. And and Yes for the fun of it and the Colorado Avalanche in the garden. And and and. For The expense lack of expense that you can create your own garden so cheaply and so quickly I mean I've just you know I haven't had to ask by any annuals for my pots this year I've grown from seed and and And it so satisfying I, mean just just the whole process of it I I didn't think I can kind of do without it now it's something that.

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Xbox Doesn't Need Bethesda on PlayStation

Kinda Funny Games Daily

09:45 min | Last month

Xbox Doesn't Need Bethesda on PlayStation

"One is one that was breaking as we went live from a little boy named Steven Tolo over a cocoon. He has a giant interview with Phil Spencer, covering all manner of xbox series x the future game pass you name it but he also talks to him about Bethesda. I'm calling this one xbox doesn't need Bethesda on playstation. We will start in progress than jump a bit further during our forty eight minute chat. We covered those machines, of course, the next gen ones and a lot more ballooning game file sizes, the Bethesda deal and how Microsoft plans do enable next Gen gaming on current Gen Consul first let's talk about xbox series snl. Going to talk that now, joining them deeper for the things of course, Stephen does great work. This is a fantastic interview Phil. You should go check it out in Kentucky. But jumping into the Bethesda stuff it's ought to talk to a console maker about launching two consuls at once, but it's even stranger to be talking to them about a game company they just bought for seven point, five, billion dollars such are the peculiar times we live in in September Microsoft said it was buying cinemax the parent company of Bethesda in software and other top-flight studios that makes the likes of fall out of that might make the likes of fallout the other schools in doom. The planned purchase Amelie bolstered Microsoft's roster of internal studios. The deal will cap off the company's generation long shopping spree in attempt to counter the reps of rival Sony and unintended Oh which have both been long regarded as having stronger internal game making operations. The expanded roster of games also gives Microsoft a lot more content to bundle into their popular netflix style game pass subscription service in offer the via. The company's game streaming service, which lets players access games remotely in play them on their phones tablets devices. Spencer. That said in previous interviews that existing deals involving xanax Games would still be honored suggesting something like the time traveling game death loop will still come I. Two five is previously announced beyond that though fans have been beyond by have been wondering whether it's a Max Games would go xbox NPC only in other words they've wondered if playstation would stop getting fall-outs in miss out on the sequel. I wondered that to quote, is it possible to recoup? A billion dollar investment. If you don't sell elder scrolls six on playstation I asked says Stephen Yes it's been spencer quickly replied then he paused. I don't WanNa be flip about that. This deal was not done to take away from another player based like that nowhere in the documentation that we put together was, how do we key players other players from playing these games? We want more people to be able to play games, not fewer people to be able to play to go play games but also say in the Model I'm not I'm just answering directly the question that you that you had when I think about where people are going to be playing the number of a and the number of devices that we had and we have cloud and. And Game Pass and our Council base I don't have to go ship those games on any other platform other than the platforms that we support in order to make. An order to kind of make the deal work for. US, whatever that means end quote. We do know that Microsoft has made big studio purchase. has made a big purchase and kept his new franchise multi-platinum formed before that's what they did with Mo Yang and it's game minecraft. So it wouldn't be wild to see at five on playstation five period for now Spencer said the platforms for future is games will be determined on a case-by-case basis, and even if they make the Games multi-platform, Spencer's team can still boast in advantage cinemax games could be sold at full price on playstation, but offered at a large discount on the xbox platform is part of the ten dollars a month game pass subscription, a killer deal that already grants players launched a access to every new Microsoft published game. That was lots of read only. I'm sorry to make you just sit there and listen, but it's context to argument. We've all been having on a variety of podcast what this deal actually means. Elaine, what do you think do we see Bethesda Games the CINEMAX games now xbox games on playstation five in the future I would assume. So just because of the like logistical crap. Back End. Anytime money is involved with anything games. You are guaranteed that there's GonNa be some exclusivity of some kind. So that's what I would assume but as a game developer like. Like how Abbas many platforms as our games can be on the better us because that means we're reaching the most people. I have heard you know people who are so vested in the xbox ecosystem. Danny on earlier I've heard him talk about I've heard Paris talk about it effort all manner of conversation about this, and it's interesting to see the different sides people go to. Of course, it'll be multi platform, and then of course, it won't be you have this investment you seven point five, billion dollars right? Like why would you ever give that up and I? I. Find Myself Torn because I can make a case either way if I was a betting man right now at the, we're not even into the next generation. We don't know how these systems are going to run away. We don't know who's going to be the industry leader in how game pass nuts out. So and so forth. I would say that, yes, you will see the Bethesda Games you think of your big ones you're fall-outs your sky rooms, the ones with giant fan bases on other platforms being in that being playstation of course, because I do think that what Stephen Hits on at the end here is so powerful that if you are a fallout fan, if you are Sky Room Fan in, you are die hard for that franchise. Wouldn't you WANNA play it in the best place in the cheapest place to play it like I. Feel like xbox is making this argument that even if they put it on. And it was coming to playstation five and it is seventy dollars or you can pay fourteen dollars game pass ultimate stream it wherever you want play all these other hundreds of great games do all these different things. Again, this is the C. B. Unabashed in your marketing. This is the council we designed it for. This is where there's bells and whistles and were able to make use of all the teraflops and everything else the xbox series x can do like. Even though your advertising than it is on playstation for me that makes sense to hey, this is why you need to buy an xbox. Am I wrong? I mean, from my developer standpoint I, don't like to be honest I don't. I don't care. Side. Please listen listen like when it comes to studios making games like regardless, we need to buy developer kids for all consoles. And to like look at it from the perspective of studio whether they are owned by a parent company or not. There is financial conversations any to be had what if cool you have seven billion dollars by being an exclusive of Microsoft right because of that whole transaction. But what if you have the door open for another seven billion? branching off from other different console. So why wouldn't you take the fourteen billion and just go with a seven? So like to me like a as a developer that's what I would think of That's all executive decisions by the way US developers have. frigging say in any of this. But I could definitely say from the developer perspective having franchises that have already been established like scarring and having a the ability to understand how they work in different consoles than. Or even importing that stuff to a very specific console that has very specific hardware and perhaps very specific requirements. That's definitely GONNA be a challenge for of studios and that happened with a PS three actually that I recently found out. That the PS three, that architecture was so difficult. Was Terrible. Exactly. It was so difficult that like games like there had really tough time studios making cancer, the PS three, which is now what makes sense that we can have backwards compatibility specifically with three because it was a frigging nightmare to to deal with on the back end so i. Was a great example of that. If you remember. Sky. Room. Right was incredibly broken the longer. You played the way that game watch compiled information eventually made it unplayable and drop the frame rate and it took them forever to fix. That wasn't a quick fix but it wasn't you're talking about of working with different architectures and trying to figure all this out. Yeah. So let's To me in my mind that is number one concern when it comes to all these franchises like is it possible to to do the franchise and Change Architecture of the entire game works so that it works on that council specifically or can we what we call re factoring, which is reusing things that have been done before can reactor so that we can continue to stay on the next generation of the councils that we work with before So it's it's a lot to. Think. About. Nearing, like. Many Kudos in the engineering teams all over the Games industry because they definitely have to deal with a lot of crap that they are not given credit for when it comes to figuring hundred. These Situations Making Games is incredibly difficult and I think all of us is fans. Yeah. You know it as being a developer eighty line meteorite like you see it from side that I only interview people talk over drinks with people about like I hear these horror stories and can't imagine a day to day, and then not even a removed the horror stories from it just in general making magic from nothing like making games is a magical thing and we totally take that for grant. We totally don't give that credit, take it for granted. Yeah, and sit there like, Oh, well, why did they just hit the button in Puerto over and make this work and how hard could it be to go between the PS five in an xbox series x Can Be the difference of the night and day Ryan because I terry. Systems are to hardware. So

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Apple to launch fitness service aimed at home exercise

Daily Tech News Show

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Apple to launch fitness service aimed at home exercise

"Apple also introduced apple fitness plus a service that includes video lead workouts like yoga cycling, dance Treadmill, and more viewable on your apple TV iphone or ipad with immigration to Apple Watch apple fitness plus cost nine dollars ninety nine cents a month or eighty dollars a year when it arrives sometime before the end of the year, apple also announced subscription bundles that will group I. Cloud, storage apple music, apple TV plus an apple arcade together for fourteen dollars and ninety five cents a month or in a family plan that allows more users and more storage for nineteen dollars. Ninety five cents a month. There's also a premier plan that adds more storage and news plus and fitness, plus altogether for twenty nine, ninety, five, a month plans will arrive this autumn.

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Bitcoin Dominance Falling

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:35 min | 2 months ago

Bitcoin Dominance Falling

"Another day. About ten thousand, it dipped below ten thousand by fourteen dollar. Rooney's not a great deal. It's broken the high of yesterday's candle pretty happy with that GonNa Climb out of this. Are we going to climb out of this and easy going to be? Now that it happens and is to start to see some of these questions are discount answer. What can give you can give you understanding probabilities based on the way that I've tried it for the last fifteen years. And I'm very cain right now you know at some. Consolidation down there. As much as yes is daily down trying I get that trend follow I, I get that is come right back down a nestled. It's weight little sod on ten thousand has rejected several times six days to be precise were in seventh and that wake Lee all good news if you have not looked at the bitcoin us a weekly chart. Put The ten and twenty period moving average input you Mac Day in Hawaii the signal on. Mike it even as you get rid of that histogram, you don't need it. And have a look at just how perfect is far as cradles now's not closed of course, three days to go but as we close in on the clothes. Oh It's just looking Surrey. So gorgeous one of my favorite things out there right now in the world is bitcoin of the weekly. Look I as it stands right now we're having percent in the half today and yesterday. Yeah we were up point nine, one percent we close at one, thousand, ten, thousand, two, hundred, and twenty five dollars now Hazel Oughta. Phase one of the mosques plan break above ten, thousand, five, hundred, get us some new hot cinders consolidation Ryan. Jr Don't want to say it pulled back giving me some. You know some some NAS follow through. So chop structure the to our starting to get it. We got to push on he. Loss to Alcan was at one point, six, two percent, very, very attractive looking candidate but I wanna see follow through I. Do not a repeat of you not WanNa. See this market re-test ten thousand again. The guy from. A structure point of view momentum point of view for me trend point of view. I don't WanNa see it back ten all want to continue to move from He. I want that because it gives me up a charities to try it again. And it's been pretty slow of light has been in a building positions really and I've done that now I want to get back to the business of trading, which is the one that on the most familiar with. So bitcoins now one point, four percent for two hours forty into tried to diet ten, thousand, three, hundred, seventy, I don't WANNA say ten five by the end of the day. A theorem yesterday it closed up four percent against I. Having a good start to the five point three percent were three, hundred, sixty, nine dollars and thirty three cents that weeklies looking rather lodge rather sexy chops can't looks like the four hours a matter of fact, this is looking really nauseous broken above that three hundred and sixty della barrier that was sitting around for awhile now as I see this and I go through this with my two eyeballs on looking at the region roughly ramble yes. Three sixty, three, fifty, nine, sixty, two now looking at that on the one, our CIA because why didn't you say if I can get a booster in there? I want not yet. Maybe a cradle will be worth while training father sent nothing to be sniffed at on the big dog as looking very, very narsingdi pushing up through the new that new sitting a high high in that consolidation moving away. Now, looking better than bitcoin moving better than bitcoin ex based on the science up two point nine percent, a twenty, four point, five cents yesterday will not much one percent today. As I just said, it's up a lot more the weekly in the right spot we are really really grinding at a very nonsmoking truck. She here we go to the same things a theory and has pushed new highs within this consolidation Ryan. And by Jingo Blah George I am pumped there may be really good opportunities coming lights on in the deities in more watchlist as last week to Bitcoin cash twenty, nine, hundred, seventy his along still very similar bitcoin. Yes. It out point nine to two point four, five per cent. The weekly doesn't look very good to be fair. But as I go down the four hour trying really hard to walk out of that consolidations not there yet doesn't look as good as eighth. Next out pay if on honest not quite there yet

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Is Bitcoin Headed to $10,500?

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:47 min | 3 months ago

Is Bitcoin Headed to $10,500?

"That's pretty good to right. Filled in one of my. Like try the student luck. Yeah. It is still the hell. Yes. It did certainly did and it was T's also I did mention it yesterday you had a little. All sitting around Brookhaven after pretty stop. Kicked off pretty well sitting round bright gave Nabet Jingo bought George F. Pick. Up He looking to die cradle that was. Nice loss easy when you try to stand up to that quality. Look as I sit here, today and look at body bitcoin. Gold aside. You the two-day yesterday I bring up through the highest today's candle it. It's good. Raw is good. But I WANNA say some follow third. You know it's it's it's having a problem. A problem unfortunately off just can't help but. Yesterday I look way we're off. Up Point Eight eight of. Of. Fullwood down point one of a percent. It's lost that Gosto a need to see get a bit more. Wish Guy. And yeah it's it's not they're not doing it. It's not doing. And look. We could certainly have that David Pool by now I'm not suggesting that that's going to happen tonight changing yet but. What will say is that Tom Without for the That'd be the kick ass we h that we have that fully through Bong on Bitcoin. It does a little bit more interpretation trip in trepidation. It adds a little bit more. More question mark around the validity of that continued upside. In the short-term anyway. So I'm keeping an audit it's thousand, seven, twenty eight right now. It's down point three percent on today Theorem had a good dia city pumped up full point three, five percent with era, and now we're above full hundred, a locket, a lock it now I said yesterday that I'd be looking for crystals back in a four hundred dollars you don't have the chops structured the minute. To really warrant. Any tried to be honest. It's look at it looks fawn the Diet looks fondly to date but could you know we could see a little low high? Coming once again, if we don't see that continuation to the upside, which wedding on we're four, three, seventy four right now down. PERCENT EXA pay. twenty cents point seven down point six, four, represent yesterday APPs one point three percent again, very slowest I very slow. Looking at A. Grinding at nothing really interested for me Bitcoin cash will get popped up two point one percent damn point night tonight to zero wants to be above three hundred again, not much on bitcoin cash in the site can be said for lot coin pulling back to that one point three percent already in two and a half hours of try the new diets up two point five full yesterday. Close at sixty two third saying we still have a fifty a lot to save. Scooby Doo underneath that. Biggest they pulled striking beautifully on the daily yesterday out five percent today down point six five could offer opportunities to the Dan Savino honesty you know as much they'll take a show without any question. It's quite good enough to to still sitting above two hundred. Katana down percents today it was up a little bit yesterday point. So at one point, non not much really taken either to be honest with you some was sitting at twelve point two cents on the wake leads coming into the rod area. Until good mood yesterday, it's added bounce. What would we get? So we had a high of twenty, two, hundred, ninety, six I ended up closing at twenty, two, fifty, nine up three point three, seven point. One of the percents I talk to you right now a twenty miles thirty nine. Put. Three. DOLLARS THIRTY FIVE Down one point, one percent yesterday up two percent closing three, thirty, nine, it's not much movement the Lincoln down yesterday any point three, close a fifteen dollars fourteen in its holding just below fifteen dollars right now at fourteen dollars ninety one. So I looked the market is in a hanging modern I am looking to try to bitcoin the mind with that. Marcus somewhat saw advise got a bit of molested nothing to overly spectacular though I must admit and I will tech easy today trading laws because well, when opportunities can we talk him when they died? We sit back

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Negative Mount Pleasant

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05:00 min | 3 months ago

Negative Mount Pleasant

"So there's this tiny town in Wisconsin called Mount pleasant populations just twenty, six, thousand people, village and life in Mount. Pleasant is usually is quiet as you'd expect. Their suburb of Racine, home of malted milk and the sight of some of America's largest cabbage farms. But that's the city now presents the suburb place were nothing really happens. Until last year when the village became the site of a completely unprecedented massive international experiment. Truth. Even Mundane. It's going to tell the story this fall. I went to pleasant to meet this woman named Kelly Gallaher. Hi. Halley. commanded she lives in his ivy-covered split. Level House my home is located about. A little bit over a mile from from Lake Michigan so. Did she say? It's really beautiful out here by receiving. It's like a very light blue almost like a Caribbean vibe. It's it's all about the light I think it's magical. I think. I even like how the lake looks on my gps. Like it that much Kelly has been here for thirty years and she used to be an arts educator. But now she's basically retired. When did you start getting involved in kind of more? I don't I don't know what to call it activism or just Kinda village. What would you call it well? What if there is a name? I think other people have a lot of names for for what I do but. Ones I I probably wouldn't care to repeat the polite name that Kelly's detractors might use for her is busy body. She's an extremely vocal participant and the town's local democracy and her main stage is this place called village. Okay. The hours upon us I would. Like to open the village board meeting, Order Religions. Village Hall which sits right next to the local white is where the residents of mount pleasant all gather twice a month with their village government to talk about all the local issues that need fixing through weeds this high in the yard of one of the vacation homes this. Hi. It's been vacant for I. Don't know how many years gale for years. It's been vacant. We're going to have some recommendations and numbers for the Lake Park Fluffy Rosen, which is very Army number one on our agenda, our softball game we had this last Sunday for the case athletics. That went over very well to I didn't get any reports of injuries so we're good. Pictures in the paper though in Racine County the mount. Pleasant. Village Hall meetings are famous very well attended. They actually taped the meetings and upload them to the website, and if you're like me and have watched every single wine, you will look forward to the moment when Kelly good evening my name is Kelly Gallaher. Her Red Hair Hoop earrings steps up to the Mike Lees Captain Brian. Smith. Collected thirty three, thousand, seven, hundred and fourteen dollars an overtime pay in addition to his salary vacation. Her tally is basically the local civics watchdog. A joint parks has had no minutes published since April two, thousand, fourteen almost every week she uses her allotted three minutes to make it very clear to the people in power that she has her eye on them is outrageous by mount pleasant standards. Hauled corruption and we intend to get to the bottom of it. Thank you. Thank you for weekly Sunshine and good share. That man who sounds very exasperated that is Dave degroot village president. He is sitting behind this big long table in this large office chair at the center of the screen, and he's flanked on both sides by his six village trustees. Dave. Runs this meeting David Kelly. Like each other they disagree on pretty much. Every single thing to do with the future of Mount Pleasant. Kelly has a sign on her front lawn that says David degroot must resign and David grew lives ten doors down from her. It's an intense block and Kelly told me that it got especially bad about a year ago when she was helping Dave's opponent in the village election. The previous March when he was running for office, he sent out a press release a basically accusing me of egging his house. Egging his house Yes yes. He filed a police report and suggested in his press release that I had been involved in the attack the political at an actual literal egg attack on his home, which the police report did not verify at all. In fact, it was the the described it as as teenagers and a single egg that was tossed on his driveway was hardly an attack I was not there. I only buy organic eggs which are far too expensive to throw it. Anyone's house let alone someone I don't like it was it was ridiculous. So it's fair to say that my relationship with with him was contentious I think he's a fool and a terrible per village president.

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How to Love Those Who Take Advantage of Us

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

05:10 min | 6 months ago

How to Love Those Who Take Advantage of Us

"Do you keep loving and sharing and trying to be fair with people when people use that and basically? I see people you know the older I get. I think people are reading I do. That's what the argument was. Maybe we all three can come in some really behave in very inappropriate means angry destructive ways. I don't want to give this idea that we're looking at the world through rose colored glasses and distorting that that's not what the joy response is. The joint responses is biochemical for reflects happens on the body. When you don't allow that negative to affect you because you make a choice. This person cut me out and traffic. You can follow them for four miles chase them yell at them scream at them make vulgar gestures. Who you're hurting is you. That doesn't bother them. They do this all the time. They have other problems. I know what she's saying. What she's saying you give yourself to somebody that you share yourself. You have to be and then they take advantage of you because those people mistake your kindness for weakness and they think you're stupid but that's who you are when I give of myself when I give it to someone. I don't give expecting them to respond the way I want them to. That is not what life is about giving loving I speak of is extending yourself unconditionally. For the benefit of another human being who ever that human being is wherever however they wish to to use yourself doesn't matter what they do absolute. I'm giving because it makes me feel good to give well in addition to that delimit new. Stick something in here. There's an assumption that giving is always one on one in fact the giving needs to be to the entire outfit. We are always putting back in the pot. That's sometimes what is given to us goes back in the pot to someone who's not gonNA give directly back to us but there's a sense of contributing to the well being of the group appointed hasn't been brought up here too is when that happens. Sometimes if I may share this with you if you give into those people they're not you need to clean house. There are times in your life when the best things I've done is clean house and you eliminate the people in your life who are not moving in the same direction and are not feeding you what you need. I mean that's one of the greatest gifts hard enough to fix that up. I see a lot of people abort very quickly some people give up too soon. You WanNA clean house until it's really really. I mean but you clean clean after you realize that these people are bringing me down and I've done everything I can. I've given of myself but this person isn't going to help my life. You see what I'm saying. What I'm concerned about is a researcher. Purely though Oprah is that understand something I think. The three of us are trying to say by acting lovingly. This is not just some kind of romantic hogwash. And it's not just positive thinking and looking at communicating. Or I love you. You're my one and only deepest ocean. It's acts that show caring for the system as you said it's giving back to the system however what does that mean giving what. I do positively. It may not be aimed at that one man that day but it goes into the pot. We are all connected. We're all related. One person in this audience today is touched by this. That matters a great deal. It doesn't matter. One woman may give me a dirty look and then. I'm going to clean house. I'll never sit in front of you again. You understand the number one thing you can do for your own. Immune system is to do something altruistic to help you. Don't believe me after the Oprah show is over go out traffic fine traffic and wave people and give them a break. You'll feel really good now. If you're going to tell me didn't even thank me the fool. I'll cut out the next person. This isn't love purchase ensure bothering. Yeah sometimes I just think that should have been taken advantage of before. Bundy's hoping that sings through the person that maybe I did leave a good impression on and that may be somehow they'll think back to maybe it'll somehow change them because I mean sure things bring me down but I always find a way to pick myself backup. I'll stay the press for an hour but I'll do five hours worth of window shopping. Whatever and I'm perked up like when my parents to know the macronutrients eastward where my dad would give my mom fourteen bucks for two weeks recapping. She would laugh until tears. Roll Down Downer cheeks. How can you do grocery shopping fourteen with fourteen dollars but I think we all agree? What worries me most if we get the message and this one hour show somehow. Depression is bad. We're in trouble well. On top of that capacity all of us have for being jerks is very clear we tend to think that those people all have a capacity for jerks and I have to tolerate it. It's nice to know as you are also part of that jerk group at times it's right and that's okay the line between good and evil joab positive. Negative doesn't run between us and them. It runs right down the middle of all of us. Once you get that straight then you belong to the group rather than being an outsider doing but I also think it goes back to what Paul was saying earlier about choices I mean I know that I am not going to be love and all of the time but I've made the decision to at least seek that in my life and so that puts me at a better place than not even thinking about it I think I think we must really begin to take responsibility for allies. Really bottom line

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SMILE WITH ME, AT ME

Big Book Podcast

09:26 min | 7 months ago

SMILE WITH ME, AT ME

"And now the original story smile with me at me at the age of eighteen. I finished high school and during my last year there. My studies were dropping away to be replaced by dancing going out nights and thinking of a good time as most of the boys of my age did. I secured a job with a well-known Telegraph company which lasted about a year due to the I thought I was too clever for seven dollar a week job which did not supply me with enough money for my pleasures such as taking girls out at Cetera. I was not at all satisfied with my small wages now. I was very good violinist at the time and was offered jobs with some well known orchestras but my parents objected to me being a professional musician. Although my last year in high school was mostly spent playing for dances and giving exhibition dances. That most of fraternity affairs now. Naturally I was far from satisfied with my seven dollars a week wages so when I came across a boy neighbor of mine on the subway one night by the way I read in the newspaper that the same boy died four days ago. He told me he was a host in a celebrated restaurant and cabaret and that his salary ran fourteen dollars per week and he made fifty dollars a week in tips. Well think of being paid for dancing with the care free ladies of the afternoon and receiving all that some and me working for only seven dollars per the following day I went straight uptown to Broadway and never did go back to my old job. This was the beginning of a long stretch of high flying as I thought only to find out when I was forty one years old to be very low flying. I worked in this restaurant until I was twenty one. Then we went into the World War. I joined the navy. My enlistment pleased the owner of my cabaret so much that he offered me a good job at the end of my federal service. The day I walked into his establishment with my released from active duty. He said you are my assistant manager from now on. Well this please me as you can imagine and my hat from then on would not fit now. All this time I taste for liquor was constantly growing. Although it was no habit and I had no craving in other words if I had a date and wanted to drink with a girlfriend I would otherwise I would not think of it at all in six months time I found I was too good for this job and a competitive restaurant here or a chain of the best well known nightclubs offered me a better position which I accepted. This nightlife was starting to tell and show it's marks and together with the slump in that sort of business at the time. I decided to apply for a job with a well known ballet. Master who drilled many courses for Broadway shows. I was this man's assistant and I really had to work very hard for the little money. I received sometimes twelve hours or more a day but I got the experience and honor which was just what I was looking for. This was one time when my work interfered with my drinking. This job came to an end one evening when I was drinking quite heavily. A certain prominent actress inquired of Professor X my boss if I would be interested to sign an eighty week contract for a Vaudeville tour. It seems she could use me as a partner in her act now. A very nice woman Miss Jay. Who was office clerk and pianist for the boss overheard the conversation and told both Mr X. and ms see that I would not be interested on hearing this. I went out and drank enough to cause plenty of trouble slapping Miss J and doing an all round drunk act in the studio. This was the end of my high flying. Among the white lights. I was only twenty four years old and I came home to settle down in fact I had to. I was broke both financially and in spirit being a radio operator in the Navy I became in amateur radio. I got a federal license and made a transmitting radio said and would often sit up half the night trying to reach out all over the country broadcasting radio was just in its infancy then so. I began to make small receiving sets for my friends and neighbors. Finally I worked up quite a business and opened a store then two stores with eleven people working for me. Now here's where old barley corn hidden strength. I found that in order to have a paying business. I had to make friends not the kind I was used to but ordinary sane hardworking people in order to do this. I should not drink but I found that I could not stop. I will never forget the first time I realized this every Saturday. My wife and I would go to some tavern. I would take a bottle of wine gin or the like and we would spend an evening dancing drinking et cetera. This was fourteen years ago. I was practically a pioneer in the radio business and that must account for people putting up with me as they did however within three years time. I had lost both stores. I won't say entirely due to my drinking but at least if I had been physically and mentally fit I could have survived and kept a small business going now from this time up to about a year ago. I drifted from one job to another. I pedaled brushes destroyed jobs such as painting and finally got established with a well known. Piano Company as Assistant Service manager then came the big crash of nineteen twenty nine and this particular company abolish their radio department. For two years I worked for one of my old competitors who owned radio store he put up with my drinking until I was in such a physical breakdown that I had to quit all this time. My troubles at home were getting worse. My whole family blamed my failure on the alcoholic question and so the usual arguments would start the instant I came in the house. This naturally made me go out and drink some more. If I had no money I would borrow bag or even steal enough for a bottle. My wife fortunately went to business which was our only salvation. Our little boy was six years old at the time and due to the fact we need someone to care for him. During the day we moved in with my family now the troubled did start because I not only had my wife to face every evening but three of the elders of the family. My wife did everything for me. She possibly could i. She got in touch with a well known psychiatrist and I went faithfully to him for a few months. This particular doctor was such a nervous individual. I thought he had the Saint Vitus dance and I really thought he needs some kind of treatment more than I did. He advised hospitalization from three months to a year. Well this was all out of order far as I was concerned in the first place I had an idea that my wife wanted to put me away in a state institution where maybe I would be stuck for the rest of my life in the second place I wanted to go if anywhere to a private institution and that was far beyond our financial means in the third place. I knew that that would be no cure because I reason that it would be like taking candy. Out of a young child's reach the instant I would come out a free man. I would go right back to old elke again in this one thing. I found out later. I was perfectly bright. What I thought and wanted at the time was not to want to want to take a drink. This phrase is a very important link in my story. I knew this could only be done by myself. But how could I complex it? Well this was the main question. The point was always that when I did drink I wanted all the time. Not to and that alone wasn't enough. At the time I felt like drink I did not want to take it at all but I had to. It seemed so if you can grasp what I mean I wished I would not want that drink. Am I not or do you get me to get back to the doctor? If anything these visits made me worse and worst of all. Everyone told me I wanted to drink. And that was all there was to that after going to his many as six or eight other doctors some of my own friends advised my wife to make plans for the future as I was a hopeless case had no backbone no willpower and would end up in the gutter well here. I was a man with much ability of violinist radio engineer. A ballet master and at this point took up hairdressing so that added one more to the list. Can you beat it? I knew there must be some way out of all this mass. Everyone told me to stop my drinking but none could tell me how until I met a friend and believe me. He turned out to be a true friend. Something I never had until this past year. One morning after one of my escapades. My wife informed me I was to go with her to a public hospital or she would pack up and leave with our boy.

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Stocks Rally as Investors Look Past Lousy Economic Data

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

Stocks Rally as Investors Look Past Lousy Economic Data

"S. and P. futures up twenty two points Dow futures up one hundred sixty one nasdaq futures up eighty one attacks in Germany sept four tenths percent ten year treasury up nine thirty seconds he'll point five eight percent the yield on the two year point one nine percent NYMEX crude oil is up sixteen percent of a dollar ninety seven at fourteen dollars thirty one cents a barrel to make school down a tenth of a percent on a dollar sixty at seventeen twenty seventy an ounce the euro one point away four nine against the dollar British pound one point two three nine four and again when I was six point four seven Glaxo Smith Kline joining drug makers whose sales have benefited from patients stockpiling ahead of the corona virus lockdowns yum brands first quarter profit missing analysts estimates it said early momentum was heavily impacted by the corona virus outbreak and we continue to watch G. Eazy down two point nine percent after it reported earnings that's a Bloomberg

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Stock-market futures pointing toward a 500-point Dow decline on Tuesday

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:09 min | 7 months ago

Stock-market futures pointing toward a 500-point Dow decline on Tuesday

"Morning stock index futures this morning they are lower Dow futures down five hundred thirty points well the markets obviously have been roiled by the unprecedented and historic collapse in the price of well to be Frank it's actually jaw dropping the price of New York crude sank yesterday to minus thirty seven a barrel it was a drop of more than three hundred percent and this shows that sellers were willing to pay buyers to take well off their hands storage tanks pipelines tankers are rapidly being overwhelmed by the vast oversupply and there is a fear that those who actually take delivery on oil in the near future may not find a place to actually storage well this morning the may futures contract which expires today basically delivery of oil at the end of the day it's a little bit better but still trading below zero and minus three dollars the June contract it's a little bit higher to fourteen dollars a barrel but the oil price slump among the factors weighing on stocks yesterday has in today as the market began the week in the loss column Exxon Mobil and chevron both fell more than four percent dragging the Dow down five hundred ninety two points and the oil and gas industry shed nearly fifty one thousand drilling and refining jobs in March there was a nine percent

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Bitcoin Is Struggling - I Am Steering Clear

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:01 min | 7 months ago

Bitcoin Is Struggling - I Am Steering Clear

"On and actually subscribe. That you'll get to go through the market live and Just show you what's going on so I really do encourage you to get across to try to cope. Youtube page. Followed all subscribe on site and Click on those notifications. So you know when it's coming three softening Australia nation standard time you be getting the low down as to what is going on. So what exactly is going on? Well O. J. Have you ever been on the water when you like if you've been for several And you've been you know there's a big Y you've been smashed and pushed down Dave and you don't know which way's up you completely disoriented And you just don't know what's going on that looks like a mock it right now with scrambling trying to get to the surface which is up. So that's the bulls right with with trying really hard but was stuck in this bloody Whitewater keeps on tumbling is intending as pomace. We haven't had the ball yet so you don't even know where the bottom is with. Y'All hang on a second I. I can't even push off the bottle which why am I going in other words? The market looks confused and vein. Speaking about how can fuse. It's looked for a little while last week. We certainly saw a confused market and look like you know we talk. Throw it out point. Two point four point Nanda Dali soul that while we've seen a little bit more quickly coming into a little more volatility but we certainly haven't seen more confirmed direction. I can tell you that much. Full freight bitcoin a closed the session yesterday. It closed down four point one five percent now. What does that mean well? Much mile as we currently sort of banging around Twain to couple of levels of pretty messy regions. Seventy four and sixty six hundred. That's the Soda. Rage is that we will looking to bash between the minute. So we've got a good one hundred dollars of Ryan that but it's an ugly range. All at the trend fully hypermobility series of strategies. That are the trend following and the probabilities increase the more time frames that you have an agreement so wrought now what's the daily trend doing Baga Role. What's the weekly Trend Doing? Well pulled back up into that cradles on thing that we need to get through their full from the. That's what's replying at. In the market at the moment as far as the way the markets and the low of the time will amid timeframes. It's very very uncertain bitcoin yesterday. Lock closed down. Full percent be closed at six thousand eight hundred thirty three. The theorem also down yesterday. Five point three nine percent wants a guy. There has been moving in big swings to bitcoin. So in its theorems going up. It's going up hard. I WANNA themes going down. It's going down a little bit harder a lot harder but it is definitely going out. Holla keep that in mind for those of you who are looking to try to your cats and he's sitting in bitcoin sitting in his theorem Take advantage over the last couple of weeks with those moves higher. I'd has definitely helped the belts I'm holding I was holding bitcoin now holding a theory of In that one particular county say and It's been it's been helping out quite nauseous. Keep that in mind. Yes downfall point three hundred percent. We closed at a low hundred and seventy tools and forty cents. Were already two hundred. Seventy three seventy one today. Half an hour into the training day appeals had Dan. I three point nine on fought percent closing. Eighteen point one cents lot resistance in nineteen point is still. There is still strong haning very tightly around at twenty seven o'clock now they might talk off right now. Bitcoin Cash Dan yesterday. Four point two percent closing at two hundred nineteen dollars and forty cents on the base. Another one that was down five point three percent quota decent pullback yesterday across the market it closed at one hundred eighty three eighty four. Santana's Nice to say that Mr Craig Rod has gone quiet and BS face Kana just gone So many wars about what's going on here. And Hey said she says Blah Blah Blah. I suppose probably because it's a little bit between one of these little cases it will sort legal cases of what matters. I don't even know if he's got any but I'm sure he does. He always does on the lot. Coin was sitting right now. Forty dollars and fifty cents though a clause yesterday. Thirty eight dollars and thirty five CENTS DOWN FOUR POINT. Seven percent ails was down three point. Three seven percent causing at two dollars and fifty one cents. A guy very very sought wise as we've seen across the hold bonnets the sort of market while the only but one of the few that they're still looking strong on the daily notice strong as some of these other trends we have Translated like to save it worked. We close yesterday. Down was look it was down six point nine nine percent we closet at fourteen dollars and ninety two cents but already today in half an hour with put on two point five percent with sitting at fifteen dollars and twenty nine cents Kaduna Messy sideways closing the day at yesterday. Four point four percent Dan. Closing three point three cents a theory of classic

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A Run Through the Top 10 in the Market for 14 April

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:59 min | 8 months ago

A Run Through the Top 10 in the Market for 14 April

"Let's talk to who the market rotten down to a quick run through that talk ten. So what have we got right now? Do we look bullish at the moment? I mean that's the question that I'm being ASTA. We going hired Craig. We Lo well. Of course I don't have a magic crystal bowl but what I can say is that right now. We still have a highlight. I would have loved to have seen. Us push on and carry on through after the eleventh of April Cannell brought to the outside. I don't always get what I want. And in this case I didn't I'd love to see us. Get above seven thousand. That's not far away but not just about seven thousand but to push above that seventy six fifty rain where there is a little bit of all support electing resistance at the moment. That's what I'd love to say. Where are we right now? We'll have a look at the daily. Yesterday we saw a rejection. We saw low at sixty five fifty five and then we saw close at sixty eight forty so he did say roughly three hundred dollars turnaround from the lies to where we actually Close Down Point. None of a percent yesterday said not a not a big deal really beyond the scope of things as it stands that weekly candle. It did las way to break the law but again the Marcus looking very confuse rotten on big. Comi closed yesterday down a point. Nine three at six thousand I had an forty eight dollars currently with just above that six thousand eight hundred fifty four dollars under theorem now very similar sort of pitcher a beautiful. Dial the uptrend did. It'll get still there. It's just not quite as cyclically beautiful as you know yesterday a guy you know we saw move of one point. Three seven percent to the downside. Does that wreck the trend? Does that make this bearish? The answer is no. It doesn't wreck the trend. The answer is no. It doesn't make this bearish. We need to see Momento. The downside before really become more bearish wrought now. There are no transmitters suggesting down so as far as I'm concerned there is no short tried survivable when there's no short transit via one or two things left as an uptrend to annoy trend at the moment we have an uptrend. I'm still quite strong. Bullish on this one fifty six ninety seven and we're not looking too bad at all today a big day except God. We do have resistance in nineteen point eight cents We close down yesterday. Point nine three percent we closed. I ten point seven currently eighteen point Same sort of thing. Of course many of these markets we all still on a daily uptrend today as the show. Its true colors as to what we going to yesterday. Bitcoin cash so a pretty solid declawed. A full percent. It was closing at two. Twenty three and seventy cents went out to twenty four hundred thirty cents about point seven percent in the first a little bit of trade for the die that upturn is still intact time with also base. It didn't get the lawyers the high so it's very much intact down. One point seven six percent yesterday at the close of one hundred thirty seven. It's county at one. Eighty nine an up point four percent just as we start the day's trading a lot coined. Look it's still on an uptrend. It's not the greatest about trend and it's sort of following very closely to what you used to do which was followed Bitcoin to be fair. It does that quite frequently. It's doing it's a guy and we are yesterday down one point six percent with the closure forty one dollars and twenty six cents forty one dollars thirty nine cents as I speak to you. Ross now okay from the altitude. Awesome forty five cents Point six today yesterday. Will DOWN TWO POINT. One seven percent. That high alert is still there. The trend is to valid. Oggi's I wanna see that pop hearts a died. Bonyads was the real winner yesterday. It actually closed off at five point two three percent. That was the The criminal trial of states are the twelve hour from Saturday. That is performed very very wealthy members. I am a self so pretty happy with that at the moment was sitting at fourteen dollars and ninety five cents down half a percent but you know we caught a relative you know given that we did see very strong. Drive up with love to sit push above that sixteen dollar mark No say in fifteen fifty getting a high a high to go with that high low on the daily. That'd be really something Special Godana with three point three cents. It's up one point one percent. Yesterday it was down I only away. Bit The point non of percent. We close it to a three point. Three two cents. Nothing watches speak of just yet today with a theory of classic yesterday once Guy. Down two point. Five percent with closed. Five dollars and nineteen cents. Well today where point six percent already at five dollars and twenty one is fairly saw but does have more upped would swing what would trend The many of the other shots at there as well. It's just not quite perfect just yet roll up finish on Toronto. Laugh percent today at one point. Two six cents. Yesterday dan point seven one all of a sudden not a great deal going on there with tron. They uptrend is still in motion. Let's see if we can get this pushing too. High highs man already want to say the trends were so cyclical when we got good trade. We make money. And it's not that difficult to do with the written checklist so really important

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In Indianapolis, Second Thoughts About Electronic Ankle Bracelets

All Things Considered

03:40 min | 9 months ago

In Indianapolis, Second Thoughts About Electronic Ankle Bracelets

"Are estimated to be wearing a look tronic ankle bracelets right now cities across the country are choosing to put bracelets on people rather than put people in jail now Indianapolis has the nation's largest electronic monitoring program but as Jill Sheridan of member station WFYI reports some in the criminal justice field are having second thoughts about the practice in the past five years Indianapolis's Marion County steadily increased the number of people monitored electronically either on pre trial or as part of the sentence Marion County community corrections director Tyler Bowman says the last time they ran the numbers we were clearly the largest municipal user of electronic monitoring of any agencies we could find an estimated four thousand three hundred people are monitored daily compared to two thousand seven hundred people in all of Chicago's cook county Bowman says the system does more than ease jail overcrowding he says when people are out of jail they can work stay close to families receive addiction treatment and maybe turn their lives around he sees electronic monitoring as another tool that helps us raise accountability level for our clients and provide some structure for our clients so that we can work with them to raise their readiness to change level and then address those criminal genic needs the psychosocial needs but as the number of people wearing monitors increases so do concerts fraternal order of police president Rick Snyder says the practice can place violent criminals back on the streets he says the program is being violated about one hundred times a month as those wearing the devices cut them off often times we can't begin even physically looking for them for at least usually forty eight hours you can commit a lot of axe bad axe in two days the county admits they don't have exact data on how many people cut off their monitors in Illinois last year similar concerns about lack of data led to a new law requiring yearly reviews of who is put on electronic monitoring and why and well most aren't cutting off bracelets many say the system isn't helping people turn their lives around Caroline Vance a social worker with the Marion County public defender's office says people assigned to wear the ankle bracelets also have to pay for them corrections charges a fifty dollar fee to get the device and the daily fee topping out at fourteen dollars for our clients are living at or below the poverty line that is a significant amount of money out of their budget every single month that could be used for other things more cities are partnering with private companies to outsource monitoring programs and for those companies community corrections is a growing revenue source Matthew D. Michelle who studies the trend for nonprofit research group says this is a problem what we're saying is that we're going to allow vendors to take over this interest they can make money off of them but they don't have to document anything that's in a where the rat or what happens to them none of that D. micelles concerned about a lack of accountability and joins others calling for more study before expanding monitoring but for those who wear the bracelets it's often better than the alternative our son bond is facing burglary charges he wears an ankle bracelet on pre trial I've sat in the sale and not been able to work I've been able to see my family certainly I wish that I didn't have this thing on my ankle I feel a little bit like a a tag Cajun but it could always be worse for those in the criminal justice system it may be jail time but there are still many questions about electronic monitoring does what it purports to and if it is good public policy for NPR news I'm Jill

It's A Pull Back That Could Set The Next Wave

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:06 min | 11 months ago

It's A Pull Back That Could Set The Next Wave

"Will welcome to the technical cryptic podcast and Yep interesting to see what's going on out the in the market dot panic be concerned. Always got is a healthy pullback after the last run hire and we have an awesome like of course you know with with bitcoin now. I'm really talking to the next shot because we did see a runoff Exactly what that was from the first day of the move to its hi fourteen point three percent we started with forty percent. Move the next day we saw the Fox sent me. Let me start. Another diet was three percent now pulling back a little bit totally to be expected after such a good move to the upside in the NAS pull back and what it does next. It's going to be interesting. Talking about the monthly candle of December. We have broken through the high we have got to bite thighs pulling back. We are under it right now but we have certainly broken. The high of seven thousand eight hundred ninety does break out a to a new high. Why on that monthly chop four January monthly harming it broke last month hall? So that's a positive thing to say that on really hugging having status. Continue on Pullback give a little a little something the move higher ruined the area in seventy seven eight hundred issue areas a little bit of support resistance. Also all support a little bit resistance there as well so actually have found a pullback pullback point if we can move than on really pumped about that. It's a big win out there right now. I'm not looking to try bitcoin to die at this moment. In time where it's the Senate Thousand Eight hundred twenty three dollars down three point six six percent today which is one of the largest. Actually they largest full in the top ten tend to dive bitcoin. Having that pulled up theorem next one. Thirty seven dollars and twenty cents down three point two percent ticking off as a matter of fact a dot on this chart title Nas high alert that was set by the third of Jenn out with pushed onto a new high hall of pulling back once again on that she stole his theorem against dollar quite close twelve hour. I I looking for opportunities for Currently thirty seven on vault with all seventy three cents with down one point two nine percent holding its ground. It doesn't have a strong on the Logan uptrend. Little messy on its pool but just wanted to date the wants a Gyn good converters there on the Individual Bac Day. A pulling back into that cradles unwinding sales opportunities arise to save cont. Get something on long them much of the market looking very similar to Wales ethereal as well so aluminum is at four point. Seven cents standpoint full three of a percent pretty much taking along role which is very very much what still limits tens to do except they of course the next on the list pulling back we have got a bit of a tramp lying at it. Some notice theory now that it is better than much to they. Were sitting at twenty cents on the knows it was a level go ahead spoke on the natives bright to get into that trend I would pulling back into it raw now. Twenty sense point two down two point one three percent that we'll keep an eye on X.. I'll L. pay as we go throughout today like coin not quite as pretty of shot structure but there is a bit of a mentor to the outside once again. We're back about forty dollars. Where forty four dollars thirty nine join since we are down? One point on six percent beckoning to that cradles on twelve but notice Notice Nas trend as what we have been experiencing Theory bitcoin cash pushing Brady actually down two percents that I but it's I. I guess it is sort of the move. It's hard from that dialogue. Did so much of the market sparkle not spot but mood which was the third of January. The move that we saying. Hey we haven't seen much pull back come that we saw move up of thirty percent until now still about twenty two percent from that point around the two hundred mark just below and currently to thirty four ninety six Adler Said down to percents. I'm not looking at this wrong now. Closely some of the others but I will keep an honest as the day. The trend is there and it's holding its value of the much better than some of the others bonus against. US States it's also in the lists fourteen dollars and thirty four cents. Dan One point two percent. That trainees looking caught NAS back in the Kreisls once again on a twelve hour amp keeping an eye on that tron very similar not quotas special on the the problem is if you look at the next a little bit thin on volume. It's a one point. Three cents just seems to be consoled adding advantage with a slot touch of option one point three eight cents at Saad down point. Eight percent percent on the Diet Katana brilliant offsets broken out through that three point five cent Michael Three point. Four seven to be precise pulling the cradles rotten all well not twelve. We do have a bullish candle in that cradles line not looking too bad at all the three point five light since right now down one point seven and fallen is volatile of the law is B.. CBS At one. Fifteen dollars and forty seven cents. Today's off today. The only one in the top ten to ease up. It's up one point three percent at one. Fifteen and forty seven cents.

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Yum Brands to Buy Habit Burger Grill

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:20 sec | 11 months ago

Yum Brands to Buy Habit Burger Grill

"Was like the parent company of Taco Bell yum brands is taking a bite out of the habit burger grill the companies buying of the habit burger grill for fourteen dollars a share three and seventy five million dollars of one of the big deals of the day and habit restaurants a stock is stored thirty two percent on this news habits arrest runs based in

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Yum Brands to Buy Habit Burger Grill

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:26 sec | 11 months ago

Yum Brands to Buy Habit Burger Grill

"Here big deal announce your with yum brands in the habit restaurants announcing the Taco Bell parent companies acquired the habit burger grill company for fourteen dollars a share about three and seventy five million dollars yum brands is the company that runs cave C. as well as Pizza Hut as well as of Taco Bell the habit burger grill was founded in nineteen sixty nine here in California and specializes in the made to order burgers chicken and tuna

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He was the man trying to protect Lee Harvey Oswald

AM Tampa Bay

01:13 min | 1 year ago

He was the man trying to protect Lee Harvey Oswald

"Jim Lovell was a police detective in Dallas two days after the Kennedy assassination in nineteen sixty three Lovell was transporting the suspected killer Lee Harvey Oswald when this is a placement walled was shot by Jack ruby I want to question being brave I didn't have anywhere to go and a figure from Watergate William Ruckelshaus a deputy Attorney General who resigned rather than carry out president Nixon's order to fire the Watergate prosecutor part of the infamous Saturday night massacre three men who ran for president Richard lugar the Indiana senator who ran in nineteen ninety six Lyndon larouche a conspiracy theorist to ran eight times and United States put pressure on various governments including the governments of Britain France and West Germany to support this policy of putting Khamenei into power in Iraq animados sometimes used as a theme song crazy who's nineteen ninety two candidacy may have changed history the always colorful businessman Ross Perot your business faithful thirteen dollars fourteen dollars out of the factory workers who can factor south of borders our a young twenty

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"fourteen dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"The governor you know I don't know much about the trip as far as who does what right I'm going to guess he doesn't climb to the top without I don't think Georgia governor of their own nice unite with what put the star I think yeah star the north yes right where Minnesota star the north you could mean thieves appropriate so how about this I wonder if they'll have an electric keel over there by the Christmas tree if and you're saying why why would they have an electric eel whether Chris well you and I know from our from our studies in schools little kids electric eels can actually produce electricity right yes again so down in Tennessee at the Air Corps in there they have an electric eel on display that is churning out enough juice apparently to light a Christmas tree do you have to feed the eel more so he'll keep will put on electricity or I don't know Chattanooga but you could see the video somewhere they have a system in their tank the channels it shocks to power strings of light under by trade that's wild and they said are you ready for this is not my line this is there he has electric personality all well well well well must be a pretty big yield a light up a Christmas tree ideals get big hall yeah I don't know I wonder if they've ever thought about that over the Minnesota zoo I don't I don't I don't I don't think there'll be some deals over there far as I know I wonder what the eel charges them I'm a member does do I don't think yeah I got a I don't I don't I was shocked but are being I don't think I've ever seen Neil at the zoo neither I go over there a lot Hey to my cage every night when I go to med come by and feed and water yeah that's it cuts a cool way to power the tree I don't have the you feels about that that's a pretty good idea don't you think I just constantly there just re charging him over over now it is eight thirty seven a WCCO all nobody blows a fuse yes yes that's what he loses his temper you know what's fun is going out to prairies edge resort because you know we're just talking about just having fun to get into a good mood JYJ prices great food the food is so good document the food there I've had the food there have at the photo had the beer I've had the fun and I've had a great state the two dollar Tuesday Black Jack that is the lowest limit in our state by the way ten AM to two PM Tuesdays but you do need a prairies edge reward card to play our list of the food is longer on that so they have these made to order omelettes this Sunday brunch is fantastic all of your breakfast and your lunch favorites all you can eat fresh salad bar soups endless entrees roasted chicken delicious desserts ready for the price on this fourteen dollars and ninety five cents yeah low well how about the prime rib dinner that's eighteen Bucks Fridays and Saturdays and that's a twelve ounce Sir that's prime rib and.

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"fourteen dollars" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

15:09 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen dollars" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

"At thirteen or fourteen dollars an hour there is a healthcare coverage that is that you your times once called it the rolls Royce of healthcare coverage you know there is a culinary training academy where you can take classes for free to upgrade your job skills and just many benefits as a culture of unionism that that just is strong in the idea is that you know we're a union town we're going to stay a Uniontown we're not going to become a minimum wage town and that's you know to me that's very impressive it talks a lot of into the issues that are kind of a broad in the country right now and and behind that these amazing workers and in our case amazing amazing women that appear in our book I didn't ask you early on purposely and our discussion but in looking at the lives of casino workers why did you focus on women well that's a good question eat it at one point in the book we say that Las Vegas and Reno are arguably the most gender it is in the country beak and women hearing about it get assigned typically women's work either you know making bad and serving food on the one hand and provided sexual allure on the other and in in the early histories of gaming for instance the owners and the locals would talk about it how important sex is to selling gambling there's a quote that I really love it says beautiful women and money saving together like magnets there are very important gender issues in gaming but another reason is that women just aren't present in literature either of academic or or popular I'm not I'm in Las Vegas and there's a lot of literature unless he gets but if you look through it it's you know pretty much all men even you know us yeah they show like oceans eleven say you can see the dominance of man and that what women are you know sexual partners so me bridges broken wings in other movies and that sort of thing so that's part of the reason we focus certainly if we go back to the nineteen sixties way back then you talk about this Howard Hughes arrival really changing life for casino workers changing at how very and store it in the mob was not all that unfriendly to unions in part because you know they were getting money from the teamsters pension fund and and so forth and also they have there is a certain idea that there was enough money to go around when Howard Hughes and corporate is ation came in in the late sixties there of the corporate attitude toward unions was much more hostile and that's when you know the mob well I should say the corporations could access much more capital than the mob ever could and the mom stays are clearly clearly limited limited at that point and so there was a of really that was a very difficult part of the of union history those first is a corporate is ation and and you know trying to figure out how are we going to deal with this new ownership with his new corporate ownership what do we have to do what do we have to change and and they with the help of research department and justice dedicated grass through its organizing team began figure that have the corporate gaming act of nineteen sixty seven first of all what was that what's its significance well yeah before nineteen fifty seven corporations were not allowed to invest in in in gaming and so that's where the mob was forced into relationships with a with the teamsters pension for after that them Dick is a gaming world was wide open to attack corporations and and all of a sudden gaming which had they had been quite EMI shady were of became this very lucrative money making of world if you began to get articles in in the financial magazines and about a foot a great investment gaming wise and you know and that's what persisted to this day at game people don't sometimes I think of gaming as a global industry but it really is I think this is really a global city and will your money from all over the world and with workers from all over the world it is you know that at one point in the book we say you know that all of this others say dressing the mafia history and so forth make gambling seem like an anomaly but in reality it's pure capitalism when we go to talking about this those types of jobs that women have been employed in in this in the casino industry and if we talk about one of them has that some might consider somewhat stereotypical the casino cocktail waitress those stereo types the the waitresses have had to deal with over the years Abu personal what kinds of stereotypes are there secondly how have they been able to handle or handled sexual advances yeah that's a very interesting topic so yeah the stereo types and I should say right off the Pacific the cocktail waitresses hate these stereotypes the stereotypes are that they're all available they are on bimbos they are all of the really I'm not there's nothing else going for them except a beautiful body and and that that that you can come under them and this year so calculate chances of Korea and learned to deal with that may lead to do that deal with that in a pretty sophisticated way of you know our waitress is deal with those kinds of issues but this year waitressing and just a little little tiny custom you have to deal with him you know all the time and so we'll talk about that you know how they handle how the how they handle advances from gas switches the only usually by making a joke and then you know putting up and very a very firm all about you know this is all that is going to happen a little harder to deal with is if those appearances come from management didn't and advances of come from both Clinton manages over the years and if it's a real issue and it will end but historically as it has been an even greater issue I think now now some people would argue that sex isn't really for sale that much in Las Vegas but the illusion of sex is certainly for sale other people wouldn't yeah when entirely agree with that when well you know you you also have that as a you see they also think of that that slogan from the advertising from Las Vegas to write in our home what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas and you know the aids can lead one's mind to wander in a variety of different areas absolutely the whole purpose in a suit when we talk about this casinos that are not unionized what happens to the workers there one of the casinos in Reno transaction for non unionized in the aisles of a good neighborhood casinos in Las Vegas are not unionized so what happens is that people began at minimum wage a just a little bit about about minimum wage and there is tremendous job in security you really are at mercy of your supervisor or a a bigger part of that in what that might like killer might not like you know that is a right to work state so it's and historically it's been very easy to hire someone so there is an air of insecurity and and also I think one of the biggest differences is that if if ten people self respect and and in an out on organized casino or in a town that does not have have unions very often there is a big stigma attached to working in a casino people think of these are transient people there probably at dealing with from addiction date cocktail waitresses will say for instance that they don't like to wear their uniforms are our dealers and won't wear their uniforms because they their experiences that people just look down on on weight casino workers and that's quite different than in Las Vegas where there is a yes this union culture and people are proud of the work they can they have a little bit of money in the pocket although Vegas to it has been hard hit by this economy in hard hit ever since nine eleven so it isn't quite as strong as it used to be but it's still much much stronger than Reno from other some of the ways lighter than nonunion kept a casino play for something the probably people in this part of the country don't think about that much is an interesting statement you just made about the casinos feeling that affect ten years later of nine eleven right I have they were really hard hit by nine eleven not of course like New York but there were was wow you know so ideas floated that Vegas itself was also the owner of all to here and the culinary union had lost a good many of it workers in that in the calories and and people just stopped flying into to Vegas and so there was well there were a lot of Laos and the culinary union actually organized very very strong response to that you know helping out people that had been laid off and getting them connected with services but Vegas has has has has definitely come back right but not with the strength that it used to have unlike the conventional wisdom used to be that gaming was immune from any economic downturn but that hasn't been true in this last downturn they could has been pretty pretty hard hard hit in and foreclosures in and lay off from that sort of thing I'd be remiss if I did not also ask about the impact of immigrants on the economy in Nevada what has that meant well there is a very good question the their enormous number of immigrants who work in gaming and gaming now often earn up to my armpits a great many of workers yeah mais kitchen workers delays and so forth I am looking for a largely from Mexico and central and South America but also from Asia and come from Africa and and countries of the Middle East and if it's interesting the union has really taken on the issue of immigration strongly and they'll say you know it is immigrant workers who Carabus from north sick he'll take care of our children take care of our elders and they are working on our business and if we allow ourselves to be divided on the basis of immigration we are going to lose so you know the union leaders will say of hard it's always hard when you're working with many different cultures but they have they have worked very hard.

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"fourteen dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"By a near monopoly. And as a result consumers are seeing roughly one thousand percent tops on both frames and lenses, and when you put that in the context of other consumer products right out of the gate. That's outrageous. But you put that into context of health care, which I think we can all agreed glasses prescription glasses fall into for many of us, and I were glasses just like you. Do we couldn't do our jobs without corrective lenses, so the idea that we're looking at these thousand percent markups. Well, think about it in the context of app, pens or other things that have gotten attention. You gotta ask yourself. Why isn't anybody doing anything about this? So why is it that according to consumer reports the average para glasses that people by now? Is four hundred fourteen dollars for something that the frames themselves and manufacturer cost as little as a little over a dollar. Exactly. Just on this one a collie came up to me and said, yeah, I just got new glasses may cost eight hundred bucks. And then I sat back and realize. Yeah. And every time I get glasses to cost about as much and I compared notes with others. And this seems to be common. Even though there are places out there that offer cheaper alternatives, and I'll be waiting about that in an upcoming column. The reality is many of us are just completely flummoxed by the idea that our our costs this much. And here's the bottom line is this basically just one company that dominates the entire optical landscape companies called Essilor lugs to companies S alluring Luxottica merged last fall. And as it turns out. Owns just about every designer out there. Books. Brothers, Oakley, Oliver people's way band, everything you can think of the either own it or have a license on it. So when you go into lenscrafters, they start showing you different brands just showing you basically the same companies goods over and over and over under different names. And then what are you know, s allure the other part of that equation? They're the world's largest listeners contact lenses. So you put all that together. And you've got a company that is really quarterbacking the entire marketplace. And then it gets even sneak because you go to lenscrafters, we'll guess what also Crafter you buy flames there and use your insurance I met the number two optical insurance need to our country will guess what they own I met as well. So they are in effect paying themselves for you to pay inflated prices at the retail store that they also own. Did this ever happen? Well, because antitrust is something that's not really enforced anymore. I think that's true too. That I think also when it comes to healthcare. And let's remind ourselves this is a healthcare story we have overseers in this country. That are keen to say the market do its magic. And the reality is I do there's not sufficient competition in the marketplace to do that magic or consumers aren't sufficiently. Well informed to be able to. The marketplace. At in this case, I don't think most people understand that you've got only one company that is at every step of the way from insurance to retail flames two lenses, and that's why we are paying these egregious markups. And my thinking is frames. Well, whatever the market will bear little when it comes to sneakers or or other things that you're going to be wearing fine. So which can get away with lenses. That's a different thing. Many of us couldn't do our jobs without corrective lenses. So we need a lot more transparency. Pardon the pun when it comes to lens pricing inlands creation because let's remember this is a product that is almost entirely made out of plastic these days and moreover, it's not some artisan with a file carefully. Putting that Lindsey other new it's all done automated machine. So the margins on this off the charts, and I'm gonna. Spill some beans here that I'm sure is part of the second half of your story. But the reality is that there are now some very aggressive sellers that people just need to know about that sell glasses. It's so little money. You're just gonna assume they can't possibly be any good will every reader more readers after seeing the latest call and said ou any obstacles any optical, and I'll be I'll be talking to them. Their business models. Interesting because they're going to tell you the flames and the wind is on the line for a fraction of what you pay at the brick and mortar place. The flames online, and it's a little bit. You know, you're taking your chances. But okay, I have never bought lenses online until today. As a matter of fact, I wanted to see what the experience was like so I just completed prior to our chatting right now. And I'll let you know what happens with that. And I think increasingly in the same way that many of us. Buying shoes. Online, for example, or pants 'cause you'd think wow. I can't try it on. And then we all come around. Once we discovered the guess what? Amazon makes it relatively easy. Frames and lenses will gradually become more like that with people, and that's gonna put a lot of pressure on the marketplace to be more competitive, and hopefully, we'll bring more players into the marketplace one state recognized that they got away to compete effectively against the big dog out there. So David everywhere, I go in the country. And I'm doing an appearance people come up to me and say look at my glasses look at my glasses. They were fourteen dollars or whatever. There are now all these online discounters, and I'm just dying to know you said your last pair of glasses before you did the experiment today. How much were they? Oh easily. You went up to seven hundred.

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"fourteen dollars" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast

Social Pros Podcast

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen dollars" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast

"Like, this is just for you. Social pros listeners episode one. Of the brand new the talk triggers show. Hope you enjoy. Fourteen dollars and ninety nine cents fourteen dollars ninety nine cents for a refillable soft drink Cupo. I mean, sure you can get Pepsi and get diet Pepsi in mountain dew sprite fruit punch, whatever you want, but it still fourteen dollars and ninety nine cents for just one refillable Cup at six flags amusement park, and that's pretty common, right? My most the impacts on attractions, stadiums et cetera. They make a lot of money off of us selling nothing but sugar water. I don't know everything. But I do know this the more you try to fit in the more your customers. Tune out and this week on the talk triggers show. You'll learn about a family business that completely totally and forever up ended the theme park business model. Now, let's imagine that you owned a theme park to give your business. The best chance of success. You would want to locate it as close as possible to major population centers to freeways and such correct? But what if instead of that your theme park was located far far far away from just about anything? What if your theme park was for all practical purposes in the middle of nowhere? That is precisely the business challenge for the cook family since nineteen forty six they've been owners and proprietors of a theme park located in Santa Claus, Indiana population of Santa Claus two thousand four hundred and eleven now in addition to those at geographical and population, disadvantages, the cooks are really and truly a family business. Some they can't just advertise their way to success and also because they are independent theme. Park the first ever, by the way, they can't rely on recognized characters from the movies or TV like Mickey Mouse or Spiderman or Harry Potter the Cook's have Christmas and Halloween and thanksgiving land were turkeys, run wild and gravy flows in the streets. So the cooks are in fact, missing pretty much all of the typical ingredients for theme parks, success location, budget and recognition, but they make up for it. And then some because what the Cook's understand perhaps better than anybody in the theme park and attractions industry is.

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"fourteen dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

"My ex came and got her and picked her up and took her to sack in. They said, I can't have her entire you stable. But I owned a house not own a tent, do you have any hope for the future? Not I called my insurance company and asked him and. Told them what was going on? And my insurance company told me that they gave me a discount this year and didn't give me fire insurance. I have flood insurance. I live in the mountains. They could've asked me. Yeah. You know, hey, we're going to get rid of your car insurance to give you flood insurance. I wouldn't get flood insurance in the mountains. I live way up in the mountains. Democ? No sense. They said they saved me. But they didn't they gave me a check for fourteen dollars. So right now, I don't know what I'm gonna do. I apply for the femur. But they said ain't gonna be in for a while. So right now. I'm a living a ten I guess, I guess I own a house, and I pay a mortgage, and I live in a town like the yellow grey smoke that lingers in the air here hopelessness sinks over people's heads the trauma of watching people burned to death, the pain of family separation the uncertainty of where life goes from here. The feeling of getting ripped off by an insurance company or that the phone company didn't come through with an alert or just that the world was already against you in this rural life, and then a fire set the rust off. Daniel Hanson's outlook is not a one off Barau there. An example of the saturation of hopelessness that weighs on many here. It's become such a concern that Butte county sheriff Corey Honi has taken urging the press to write more hopeful stories, I refuse to give.

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"fourteen dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Thank you. Always look forward to show on Saturday morning when I'm driving home from work. Thank you calling about Caesars entertainment, ticker symbol, CPR for two reasons. One I worked for them and to I noticed that the C E L watch one hundred thousand shares at I think cost basis of about nine and a half dollars. So that's almost a million dollars of stock about I think it was about six weeks ago. Could you look at soccer and let me know what's going on? Sure. And you must work at casinos, which one do they own here in San Diego County day on Harris Rincon, its heritage resort southern California, formerly carrots Rincon casino. That's right. I've tried to class up the name a little bit out by valley view, and how palm either several of them out there. Okay. Say the Caesars entertainment corporation, symbolist c z are great start here. Ten p racial six point two half the industry at twelve point eight prices sales looks good point seven versus one point six, unfortunately, presser tanto, book value, not material, but that is a norm for the industry, but price the cash will only two point eight ten point seven. Yes. You want those valuations lower than the industry average. They do not pay a dividend. Wow. Sales up one hundred eight percent year over year. Well above the seventeen point four following sue as the earnings up one hundred eight percent year over year against the last twelve months, but that's not as good as the industry up one hundred seventy five percent, but I still like a hundred percent growth. Earnings the balance sheet major problem here, I believe you've got current racial one point two same as industry but debt to equity six hundred and fifteen versus three eighty two hundred. I'm talking here. I'm wonder if they do have any financing for gambling or something that may cause it if not this company has a major possibility going bankrupt, if that's all debt equity, they appear that while the debt that could be a problem. We know we're trying to equity because they don't have any equity. We do see net profit margin. Eleven percent versus twelve. That's okay. We we tournaments twenty five point eight versus fifteen point eight. That's good inventory to over one forty three versus thirty one. Chase. What do you got? Earnings over there talking about the company going bankrupt. Don't forget they did emerge from bankruptcy in two thousand seventeen. I did forget about that. Yeah. So they they actually hopefully not going down that path again, whether they're taking on data rapid rate and can't pay it off and not to dampen the mood on the earnings and sales growth. But what happens when a company comes out of bankruptcy is you get one stone is fresh start accounting. So then when that happens, it can kind of make the numbers a little bit harder to understand it can kind of confusion. So you got to take a deeper look at this fresh start accounting, see what the numbers really look like from last year compared to this year and so forth. So I'd be cautious with that understand that debt load again, very important. But if we do take a look at the current price of eight dollars and fifty one cents officers to fourteen dollars and fifty cents and that fifty two week low seven dollars ninety five cents. Unfortunately, we look at to December two thousand nineteen estimated earnings for Sharon and gap basis snake sixteen cents or sensitives earnings are negative can't drive a target sell price from it. I know you worked there, Tim, I say keep your job you go in there. But I'd be cautious of Binstock in this company. Right now, I agree with that. And again with all that day. Debt level, and I don't understand because normally come out of debt or out of bankruptcy or two ago. The day is usually gone, but they still have debt. Do they redo the debt or is it a fresh start accounting you thinking 'cause I don't think it's a fresh start counting. I think is just such a capital intensive business. I mean, you got I don't know if they buy the land or how that business operates. But I mean, gosh, she think about those lavish buildings and the land that it costs. I mean, you got to leverage that you can't just take them. So I mean, I gotta understand that balance sheet and to be Frank with the native earnings, I won't take a closer look at it until they had positive earnings Ford, Tim, I wish I'd better news for you. Enjoy your know. No. That's actually good news. I I mean, I. Of a realistic opinion. And I again, the thing that caught my attention was the CEO buying somebody shares. There could be a myriad of reasons for that many times in the past. I've read where the company will actually loan the CEO money to buy back the stock. So eddie. Eddie lampert. I know mutt. Ton of Sears stock. He owned a lot of the company that in turn out. So. Yeah. No that that did not turn out. Well, I remember Jim Cramer thinking that that was gonna take Sears to our, you know, to the next level, and we all know that health. Hey, Tim, enjoy your job. Enjoy your day. Okay. Thanks a lot guys. Thank you. But I already that opened to the phone line one eight hundred seven six zero k f m b that's one eight hundred seven six zero five three six hundred take a quick break. When we come back with Mike emission bears up. You wanna call after him? Smarten.

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"fourteen dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Fourteen dollars if you'd like to go. Joely out. There is a great deal Tyler. Mardi here, man. I don't gotta by any. Well, I mean, if you brought family, I don't know. Your buddy, Nick Hardwick, and he's not doing the broadcasting more. We'll get him out there. All right. When we come back. We're start getting deeper into these matchups Tyler Adams key matchups on Friday. If you missed that we're going to dig back into those to the Broncos can find a way to get a win. That's on the other side. This is Broncos game day brought to you by Franklin D as our associates on KOA NewsRadio. KOA NewsRadio time is eleven thirty. As recently as this past week. See you had football coach Mike MacIntyre saying he was not worried about his employment. No, I don't think my job's in jeopardy. But you got to win games. You know, I do know this when I came here two years ago. This was the worst power football program. A laughing stock of college football. The gold helmet is not tarnished anymore. It was not to be as the buffs. Sputtered again. Yesterday. In the second half getting out scored twenty three nothing by Utah in thirty two seven loss. Played a good first half played a bad second-half McIntyre. Bluntly, put his nearly six season record in boulder thirty and forty four athletic director, Rick George meeting with coaches and players this morning. They'll appoint an interim coach for the season finale at cow mcintyre's contract has ten point three million dollars remaining on it through twenty twenty one against the you firing head football coach Mike MacIntyre after nearly six seasons. David Kay, okay. Away. Newsradio eight fifty AM and ninety one FM. We are seeing more cars on the highway.

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"fourteen dollars" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen dollars" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"But that was like fourteen dollars a gallon. Okay, dares. They have public transportation here. Not everybody drives, and they probably don't drive that much and that probably lasts them. Maybe two weeks. We don't very short island. Is all we didn't. We went up and down yesterday. Visit now it's slow the Baja Baja peninsula. Oh my gosh. So anyway, so we go to this farm-to-table place, and it's like an oasis in the middle of nowhere up a dirt road after you get past the militia that they have here wonderful meal wonderful meal. Yeah. I wish we would have done more there. And I say that now twice and next time. I would like to experience a spa and maybe on cooking class because it really a cool place to hang out. And I liked it. I'm glad you liked it as well. And I'm sure we'll be back because we've got at least one more resort to tackle. Because there's one a little closer. That's that's an adult only. I would love to experience kind of place. Don't actually come. I was mentioning this t- this today. I think this is kind of place you can come if especially if you live in L A or live on the west coast. He just come here for the weekend. This is a really neat inexpensive place to get to inexpensive, except for the guest inexpensive. But It's. it's. And if you good one all inclusive place. I don't know what the retail of this place would have been. But I don't think it's overly priced will have to look it up. But we will go to the other one because it's a dull only and not because of anything against kids. But because I think I would like to experience that one as well just for a change. And yeah, we'll have to look we'll have to look into it. Because it could be a really good weekend thing when we also did experience the fish. Okay. Now, we can talk about the fish fish. This was fun. We went to the spa because I knew at some point this week. I would want to do a spa day, and they have these tanks when you walk in or two of them, and they've got little fish in them. And I looked over at them. And I said what is that? And they said that's what it's like the fish tank for your feet, and they're little tiny little fish that basically are supposed to I don't I don't know. I'm looking at my feet right now, they didn't take these off. Tell the premise supposed to eat the dead skin off of your feet, and they it was the coolest thing though, except mine all the fish were dead. They were not that they were just uninterested. And there was interested in until I got my feet into your tank, right? My tank was pretty active. The young young virile, really cool. So if you wanna see them, you can check out my Instagram Jesuit saying this because I'm sure I'll be posting them on Instagram to seal the fishes eating my feet and then Doug's feet. But yeah, it was a cool experience. And it really I think it's just it's just like to tickle you and unique experience unique. But don't don't expect them to exfoliating you completely because I'm looking at my toes, and that's the that's the other tank next. That's the one that has the Parana. Probably wouldn't wanna hurt. It goes right down to the bone. That's. I you your personalities are. So funny is like this is a Tuesday Thursday Doug laughs entire time money Wednesday or Friday, we put on. Tag mode. Very serious. Oh, by the way. Let me put in a plug for our the show that we've been doing now for probably two months now a little over a month and a half something like that men. Women are relational women way more than two months really hasn't been more than two more. Okay. So there is another show. Not that. If you only have one podcast that you can listen to it must be the nice guys on business. You have a second one. It should still be the skies this. But if you have maybe like, a ninth or tenth show that you have. God want to hear Doug talk about his relationships about sex about sexuality about intimate things about this one time been camped one time at the end Cam become molested..

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"fourteen dollars" Discussed on WEIRD HEAT

WEIRD HEAT

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen dollars" Discussed on WEIRD HEAT

"A game that will last me maybe six hours. Are you fucking kidding me? And then I go to a restaurant and they're like, hey, do you do you want a wedge salad and the Mike, what's sat? It's like a regular salad, but we don't do anything to it and I'm like, okay, how much does that cost? And they're like fourteen dollars. I'm like, yes, sure. We'll do two of those for the table or how many of us are there. You'll get four of those and I pull back on my mother fucker. That's wolfenstein to cut them it. No. I mean, the logic there is, I don't know. Again, money's different for everybody, how you how you approach it. And also for us in the back of our like fucking warped brains, like video game, that's a business expense. That's like how most people go to Staples and they're like, yes, pens, this is serious thing. You know, you can't. That's not wolfenstein two now. But I mean, we do have that where it's like you look at, like I dunno like people people with with games. They're like, like this game is sixty dollars and it's only eleven hours of content. Are you fucking kidding me? And it's like, what do you think that's bad? Try going to the movies with two people, see the movie and it's like fourteen dollars each the movies and hour and a half long. And the popcorn is eight, forty, five or whatever. There's a, there's a dude in the lobby, who's getting paid nothing to make grains hot and they are getting larger anyone. He's putting like fake butter on the charging. You fourteen dollars apropos of nothing. You know, like originally movie theaters fucking were not into pop. Corn. There were just dudes who'd come up with popcorn carts outside, but we theaters and be like, get your popcorn come out and get your popcorn. And people just bring popcorn in the movies and the movie theater owners would be like the fuck you doing porn everywhere you asshole. Fucking animals. I mean, the markup on that shit is fucking hilarious. It's fucking same thing with soda and like, but we don't think about it. But then with certain things, like with video games with other things, we look at them like, oh, that's not worth it. That's that's like the dollar store thing is like people would rather buy like really cheap, shitty forks, fifteen times a year. Then like a really good one. Once every ten years I wanna say, don't buy new fork every year. I only use a fork once and I throw it out and they know me now at the old bed bath and beyond the focusing stupid of, you know, I don't know. I love to say that there's like old aphorisms like, oh, look, you get what you pay for it, but it's no saved is a penny earned north fucking also shit like layaway where people are like it's like you ask, dude, who's broke like, he's like, I wanna sit down in my apartment. Okay, cool couches for three hundred dollars and he's like, literally never had that much money at once like, okay, fine. We have a deal for you. A couch is ten dollars a month for the next seven years and you're like, why can afford that?.

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"fourteen dollars" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen dollars" Discussed on The Chartographers

"Well i personally we got fourteen dollars ago all the greed version of that is always better than though in my opinion right cool we'll guess to three on something it's gonna get contentious john harvey what would you do for number thirteen i probably through flash area and they're just in terms of lake what's an essential record to have on their ignored think it's like i don't dislike it as compared to like some of the other ones on here i think at least the other albums that i at least have songs think are more critical to like his development and history and also songs that i think are better if you were to like make a list of like what's the top thirty forty don't think you'd ever really get anything of hearing on their or flash area on i think best moves really good actually is that's that's van dyke parks clever rains not bad either brain that's like i just i think when it comes to like some of the songs like i don't really i think the version of bright side of life is like really kind of what that song supposed to be supposed to be going to be a bar romper and he's kind of a little bit more like living room setting versus like it's a song that needs yes that's i mean i know the original from brian obviously it's so fun and yet it's exactly what you just said it feels like that playboy after dark performance it feels like casual it's like it's like oh speaking football soccer whatever supposed to be like a stadium kind yes the puck it's a pub song i wouldn't put this down there actually i actually like flesh airy will you love the song hairy albums from nineteen eighty a little bit i responded a lot to the later work more than i thought i would coming into this week right and right there where is this might sound i would put little touch middleton the night i'll honey knitted you're not wrong okay i want to areas favored albie and here's the thing like the thing watch this documentary there's this incredible documentary called who is harry nilsson wind everybody talking about in which just kind of details tire life which is amazing and one of the things that nelson schmil send us the that has without you that has coconut big grammy whatever thing and he worked with richard perry who is barbra streisand's producer at the time on rock gavel because harry never really done a rocket before and the things they were excited they were ready to follow up on the success they did some schmeel sin harry's kind of losing it he's going through divorce a bit he has very foul lyrics on there that are defiantly commercial and richard areas like come on we need to do a sequel kind whatever and that that point it's when airy sent you know what i.

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"fourteen dollars" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

The Tom Leykis Show

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen dollars" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

"Zero zero zero one equals you're getting fourteen dollars a year in interest that's ridiculous yup dallas that's it looked into how much the credit union would be but it's gotta be better than that well don't assume because i just found out my own bank was paying point zero zero point zero percent that's crazy so i'm a big based on my own experience i want everybody to check and see how much interest being paid and make it an issue with your bank they could an issue oh yeah they don't do anything because nobody knows this is happening they don't make it any better check so i don't ever really use check so if i have to just do all my time i'm more than happy with that too that's not gonna bother me one bit by right bob so thrilled i'm so thrilled that worked out for you andrew and check in with us again and how that works out for you i'd love to know i will i will and i'll see you i'm going to be there i'm looking forward to it andrew thank you so much thank you fourteen dollars a year he's getting fourteen dollars a year holy fuck nine one three thousand tom that's our telephone number here gave myself a four thousand dollar plus raise by taking money out of a bank that was paid me zero point zero percent interest zero point zero and i moved into vanguard where i'm getting one point eighty one percent dividend on a money market account which is well even how many times better is that well it's infinity that's how many times better it is my bank offer be zero point one percent interest and vanguards pay me one hundred and eighty one times one hundred and eighty one times.

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"fourteen dollars" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen dollars" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"The year and that's what makes winds interesting how do you how do you cost like a or correct so that you can create the same thing year after year after year for people who want that fourteen dollar bottle that they know the same well it's interesting that you bring that up i think that what i'm doing right now with paul hobbs like a great example so all hobbs similarly to a kendall jackson wants to create something that tastes good every year and we wanna have something that can still speak about our brands you know and and can we do that with specific flavors no we're not trying to make a recipe on the wine but we do grow and we do make the wine with a specific couple things that we don't want to change and the reason being is that we have understood that these specific things are important in winemaking and we don't ever want to go outside that realm now to the consumer we apologize that the wine might taste lightly different from two year but again that's also what makes it so beautiful you know and i think that that's what makes it creative and fun and that if you really want to go to the show in pole something that always tastes the same there are some brands that too that there's nothing wrong with that because i think that there is something to be said about consistency but my point is more or less that you'll never be disappointed you're gonna have something different but it's not gonna be bad it's always going to be delicious it's always gonna be balance and i think there's a new kind of impersonality of balances a a good tag and that pursuit of balance will always kwait to quality into texture and mouth feel and flavor and anything that is delicious and i think that our brains can can perceive that flavor and that hormone aspect of the line as quality and that's when it registers as like oh that's really good that's delicious right even if you don't like it that much you're like i can tell this is good it's very complex the the the taste changes throughout like the front the back everything it doesn't mean you like it the best but you at least can tell when something is like interesting versus flat yeah precisely that's the thing is bad wines don't have flavors of bandaid animal hair that's not what we're talking about we're talking with bad wine might be the finish is a little bit flat the flavor isn't very exaggerated or boisterous or kind of you know exciting in a way in those those are more quantitative things about the line that i think are prone to bad wine or bad winemaking just bulk on general versus equality much more detail oriented product with regards to good fruit and again it's all about where they're growing how they're growing i mean you go to these farmers markets and see amazing produce and then you can go to like maybe a very defunct grocery store and you look at the apple of the parody tasting kind of go it's not very good it's kind of like that and in fruit is a good example because none of the day this is great we're talking about in the grapes need to be good so quality grape growing will give you a good tank full of juice that you can there create a fine wine and so it starts first of all in the vineyard and that's one thing that paul is very good at it it's getting quality fruit from the vineyard with a whole entire team dedicated.

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"fourteen dollars" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen dollars" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

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"fourteen dollars" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen dollars" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"So fourteen dollars is not a tremendous amount of money but i'll take it that's what i say have done these three gifts that i would have had to pay without using honey so i was just thinking why in the world donate use this all the time so i'm going to use it all the time there's no reason not to add honey to your browser today it's free it takes just seconds to install in it'll save you tons of money at honey to your browser for free right now at joint honey dot com slash king that's join honey dot com slash king david so one of the reasons why i wanted to talk to you also is because i you do a really good job on television because you don't just say well you know when i played blah blah blah you really try to educate people in ain non juergen way there you try to explain the hardest position in sports to play quarterback in and other things in football yeah i've always thought that the hardest thing to do on television where everything has to be said in 11 seconds i to really explain what happened on that big play that won the game so tell me how do you approach that and how have you tried to learn how to do that so i think i think the a football in general is the most misunderstood and i think that's why everyone loves it because you just don't quite know what's happening he you know that there is a little mystery to a little bit i i think.

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"fourteen dollars" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen dollars" Discussed on WCPT 820

"For ten twelve fourteen dollars an hour you know just they don't want a dinner that's that's beneath them so sit on their ass hilton on your out with me well it's great to talk to you you're sound great i'll watches sunday i gotta i hope more of these days that like me to be a good why tammy yes you thought of kamal germany yeah our what are we gonna do this again with also now we we gotta gotta got to do it again the poll you know when i mean the final breath we'll call you back only a couple of weeks all right well you got my number call me back and i'm on i'm a regular to great bradshaw abdisalaam bringing to once again good vijil me the goal don't be rude we warn the of mine gone ruling by promoting brazil really who long via momma she added beano he is all field is your heating he'll sonos owned by are the ainu oil the dog and donald who do the commercial for me bright because i can't uh because i'm allergic to everything shovels congestion oh man and oddball wouldn't be allergic to everthing if somebody to do a better job cleaning allows unbelievable what what what was actually blaming me off the air that he he has so much congestion which he's had since i've met him that he would jonnier worth yeah i mean ugly now i'm saying that bernard because i want you to know this is all day drink drink lemon water by and i said to loyalties this is blaming me on mojo because you smoke for how many years before i met you look smoking gloves drink alcohol and all the other stuff you're not supposed to do a couple of drinks come on upi ronald took lifezette i mean i'm with yang enormity i've been on his when you're going to blame danielle when you're don's age in your hacking up because you did all that too i mean come on probably laura dern god not bob brown ubuntu david boon bob waggin mapra bob bob the food the no no two do the way but the the debt the ludi lin the widow of the bob lee mob bob bomb a man the poll wild west of talk radio endless in the morning.

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"fourteen dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

"That way our she i think the music better because then you can't hear that bomb poop in in the street outside your door so that's a little bit better um there's something about what i think market there but there's something about the the stadium and i was just gonna want to go back and of course in the forty nine ers season with tickets on a fourteen dollars a in our leaders they're having terrible seasons wa i know i get that but i everything kinda came together right curse well i mean you know it's happened before there have been parks that they built that just never really i mean the teams go into a ten year kind of funk the best solution an antidote is to start winning if they win then people will pay out the but because if that won't solve the other problems right i mean they will alone saw the concert problem shoreline has the same issue i remember back in the day i go to a shoreline concert on the law and it would be so loud and then over the years they've had a brain the volume down because the neighborhoods have been upset about it and now i can have a conversation in like a normal toned voice in the middle of a rocking concert if you're on the line that's not a rock concert if you could talk but that's what i'm saying it is a right if you have seats of course it slaughter but back in the lawn they've really you know brought the volume down it's not just that levi's by this is the biggest one that people have been paying a chunk of money we buy with the hope to see these amazing concerts and now well that's a big part learn you build that you build a stadium that only has eight each pacific breath this the hundreds of millions of dollars to go into the stadia right and there to only used by the home team eighttimes year of course of but the get two or three exhibition games and this to the end sometimes playoff games but like in particular only eight moves will they play their this year so then you got you know she got three in her sixty for fifty seven days to fill a monster try india god i i don't know what else can he do in an outdoor stay ride no rice soccer you can too sarker at around we have.

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"fourteen dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Just fourteen dollars for tonight's game on stubborn fans will take any price on load tickets for a game that nobody wants to see and it's not just san francisco where the nfl has been struggling to sell tickets both los angeles themes the rams the charges played in front of terribly small crowds on sunday the charges couldn't even fill up that tiny soccer stadium while the grams played in front of a stadium that was at best hair fall the day after texas and you s filled the entire stadium oakland is off to a hot start in the fans there obviously are excited but they're on their way to vegas and they're the only team in california that actually draws the forty dollars on playing well enough to get local fans excited and thursday night's games or a tough sell tonight there could be as many as thirty thousand empty seats for tonight's game thirty thousand empty seats and you gotta remember this one game is not the real problem they talk about levi stadium the real promptly took about levi stadium because they're gonna play this game at night is they call levi stadium the kitchen because the fans say you bake in the sun in that ballpark on sunny days half the fans of fully baked as not such good news for the forty nine it's who announced searching for solutions they're not sure what they can do might be like closing the bond door after the rooster already gets a sunburn according to one expert in architectural engineer with extensive experience building sports stadiums the.

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