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"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

05:28 min | 7 months ago

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"A hundred sixty million dollars dak prescott staying with the dallas cowboys. What do you think about that. Seventy five million. In the first year he seventy five million he literally took jerry. Jones bent him over the table engaged. He deserves it man. he's he's really good. I don't understand why it took him so long. He actually turned on contract last year. That would have been a lot lower and surprisingly got more after. He shattered his ankle into a million pieces. But he's gonna their their star quarterback for years to come like i don't. I don't think the same coach is going to be coaching him. In a year to economic mccarthy is terrible as a coach he is in a whole different world when it comes to offense in a bad way but yeah i mean. I'm glad they got it done. I don't know how. I i always hear people talk about the cap situation and football and then stuff like the mahomes deal happens and then this happens. Where they got zeke. To marty cooper and i'm like everyone tells me all the time that these cap situations are held. But how are the cowboys able to pull this off right. I don't know that. Of course i don't know that that aspect of it. I do know what the the cap this year is at one hundred. Two million hundred eighty two million dollars is obviously a lot less than the. I think it was almost two hundred last year or the year before whatever. It was something like that. But it's a big change going into this year with the free agents that didn't get tagged org they get franchise tag this year so they'll hit the market. You're soon but but i mean dax contract absolutely huge but does that make them super bowl contenders for the next four to five years. I don't think so. I i i think is simple as like the washington team. Even signing cam newton. I think they start still the favorites in the division at that point will they have to be because their defense their defense. And then you know. Terry mclaren's awesome antonio gibson is gonna awesome step forward like i think washington is the best team in that division right now. All they need is a quarterback. So right and ron rivera cam really well. So even if cameras the guy for a year i think he'll be able to make it work if now do do you bring him in even know you know you have a track record with tear heineke coming in. Who led you into into the playoffs. pretty much bomohs beat brady in the bucks. Yeah almost beat them they. They were the toughest team if you think about it. They were the toughest team in the playoffs to give the bucks a problem. Yeah and that's the defense. You know what i mean..

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01:51 min | 1 year ago

"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on WTOP

"Three eleven human trials are now underway on a potential vaccine for covert nineteen only about three hundred sixty people worldwide our test subjects and some of them research has the potential vaccines developed by Fizer and bio and tackle being conducted in Germany New York and the university of Maryland school of medicine and animal trials and phase one and you always have to be a first person to go to source local participant to be vaccinated is David rack exciting that it's happening here at university of Maryland and I got to be a part of it while this may only be a first step toward stopping covert nineteen a very large that could change the world it seems get out of this potential study participants can find contact information at WTOP dot com search vaccine Kristy king WTOP news Maryland's most populated counties already got their covert aid from the Federal cares act now the state's nineteen other counties will soon get their piece of that pie since the carers act only gives direct aid to the more populated counties the smaller ones had to ask the governor Maryland's one hundred eighty two million dollars is meant for local health departments and hard hit small businesses in other news new law school graduates will get a chance to pass the GP DC bar in September the court of appeals will handle the Judy pandemic related conditions permitting but it won't be your typical bar exam there will be social distancing and everyone has to bring a mask to wear there's also a chance you might get your temperature taken and pass other corona virus screening requirements the DC bar is scheduled for September ninth and September tenth it's three thirteen today is that Cinco de Mayo and take out Tuesday a double whammy and area restaurants are offering specials to enhance your socially distance.

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"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Com. Get cash. Dot com. Walmart has reached a multimillion dollar settlement with federal authorities. Here's correspondent Kenmore WalMart has agreed to pay two hundred eighty two million dollars in criminal penalties after its Brazilian subsidiary was accused of funneling over five hundred thousand dollars to a woman known for her ability to make permit problems disappear, Foreign Corrupt. Practices Act bars, any form of bribery by US companies operating in foreign nations. That's correspondent, kid lawman reporting, huddled lose fire. Chief says the airplane that crashed last night, killing all nine people on board was crap. That's normally used for skydive operations. The fire chief man, you'll never says there were no survivors in the crash it happened near Dillingham airfield on wall who's north shore. The investigation is away so far, we're being told the plane was fully engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived on the scene. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. The production of maple syrup increased slightly this year even though the season was shorter than last year. The US department of agriculture says the country produced four point two million gallons of the pancake, copper, that's one percent from two thousand eighteen leading producer Vermont made over two million gallons and increase over two thousand eighteen the USDA says the earliest safflower reported was January fifth in New York. The season lasted thirty days producing states compared with forty two last year as correspondent, Jeremy house reporting Google is making a one billion dollar commitment to advance the soaring price of housing in the San Francisco Bay area. It's problem, the internet company along with it. Silicone valley peers helped create as the technology sector higher tens of thousands of high paid workers, the pledge consists.

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"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Supreme court says prosecutors must prove that people charged with violating federal gun laws knew that they were not allowed to have a weapon, the court ruled seven to two in the case of a foreign student from the United Arab Emirates who took target practice at a Florida shooting range, even though he had stopped attending classes, and was in the United States illegally at the time he was prosecuted under a law that bars people who are in the country illegally from having guns. But prosecutors never proved he knew he couldn't have a gun the same laws as an important tool to keep guns away from convicted criminals and the government says the decision could affect thousands of prosecutions Ben Thomas Washington, National Rifle Association has sued its former president Oliver North for what had called conduct harmful to the NRA as turmoil was exposed publicly when north resigned, two months ago, continued Thursday news and analysis at townhall dot com. Walmart has reached a multimillion dollar settlement with federal authorities. Walmart has agreed to pay two hundred eighty two million dollars in criminal penalties after its Brazilian subsidiary was accused of funneling over five hundred thousand dollars to a woman known for her ability to make permit problems disappear, Foreign Corrupt. Practices Act bars, any form of bribery by US companies operating in foreign nations. That is correspondent, Ken Mormon New Jersey has chosen a Danish company to build a wind energy project off the coast of Atlantic City that could power half million homes, the state board of public utilities on Friday, chose or STA BIL project that would generate eleven hundred megawatts of electricity. The.

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"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Heard explain why is Bloomberg cross asset reporter, Eric lamb one hundred eighty two million, Eric what is it? So we've had a lot of offs in markets, especially cost Asia in the past month or so. But one of the markets picking up India hundred eighty two million dollars is the inflows for the shares MCI India, ETF over the past over the past week. That's the biggest weekly inflow in four years, basically, since two thousand fifteen and it's predicated on. Narendra Modi getting reelected, a little bit of political stability. There is the first premier who's been reelected with a majority since nineteen Eighty-four, and things are looking up for India. Those markets are, of course closed today for the celebration. World took into the upside and emboldened Mody I renewed agenda is there. A one is the scope for dine side risk on the story. Yeah, there's one little interesting. Wrinkle with the India story is the US is basically set to remove the designation of India's a developing nation, June fifth, which is today. And in terms of the actual impact on this, what it means is that some two thousand products that are exported to the US would would have been they were treated as duty free. But now, the they've removed that exemption though the actual dollar impact of that, according to India's actually fairly limited. That's works out to two hundred sixty million dollars a year. So the interest of the impact on the stock market, we haven't seen that pass through yet or, or any kind of concerned, they're necessarily. But it is something to think about, for instance, we have had sex just hit a record earlier this week. Okay. Eric, great to have your perspective this morning on the end market. Let's see whether the growth story really does so dine in India and stop the juggernaut Aragon size and scope. Tracy quick. Snapshot of the markets. Okay. With the S and P rally biggest one day gain since January, the banks roared higher up three and a half percent. Tracy and the market drops stop pause rising in the US. So this little bit of a again, that prescient fear of supply glut. Yes, indeed, the big story, of course remains those bond yields, we have them at multiyear lows for the benchmark ten year just on Monday. Now, we have them floating around the two point eleven Mark has the market gotten ahead of it self when it comes to pricing fed rate cuts, and that is it for this edition of Bloomberg daybreak. Middle East.

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News in Brief 29 March 2019

UN News

04:04 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 29 March 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations hours from potentially massive demonstrations and concerns over an escalation of violence in the Gaza Strip on the Israeli border, the UN's top humanitarian official in Palestine Jamie McGoldrick on Friday called for calm from all sides to prevent further. Bloodshed in almost a year since weekly rallies began known as the great March of return and the breaking of the siege. One hundred ninety five Palestinians, including some forty children have been killed by Israeli security forces while one Israeli soldier had also died Mr. McGoldrick said in a written appeal briefing journalists in Geneva on behalf of Mr. McGoldrick Jens locker from the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs or Archer described. The death toll as staggering and said the priority now is to save lives. Demonstrations today have extraordinarily been canceled with the expectation and the call for demonstrations tomorrow to a large scale, that's what we expect. Indeed, the reason why. The coordinators issuing this today is exactly precisely because of his an our entire humanitarian community's concern that we would see another tragic day tomorrow and everything and everybody must do everything possible to avoid that the development follows this week's rocket and airstrike exchanges between Gaza and Israel whose military must use nonviolent means against protestors to the greatest extent possible. Mr. McGoldrick said at the same time, he also urged the defacto Hammas authorities in Gaza to prevent violence that compromises the peaceful nature of the demonstrations. To southern Africa. Now where the UN is continuing to help those affected by cyclone EBay, which struck Mozambique Malawi Antos Imbaba way two weeks ago, the World Health Organization or W H O spokesperson Tarik jazz Revich said that preparing for waterborne diseases like cholera is a top priority. The next few weeks are crucial and speed is of the essence if we are to save lives and limit suffering health must be number one priority. We must do everything we can to prevent a second wave of catastrophe from a disease outbreak or lack of access to essential services, the health sector needs at least thirty eight million years over the next three months for this humanitarian crisis so far seven treatment centers have opened in Mozambique where patients are being treated for cholera like acute watery diarrhea. In addition nine hundred thousand doses of oral cholera vaccine are expected to arrive on Monday along with at one thousand cholera testing kits. The latest official death toll from the storm and flooding. In Mozambique, which was worse hit is four hundred ninety three. This figure may rise since many communities are still inaccessible more than one hundred and forty thousand people are receiving assistance in one hundred and sixty one sites part of an inter agency you were an appeal for two hundred eighty two million dollars and finally to Democratic Republic of the Congo or DRC where a rise in new cases of deadly Ebola virus disease has been announced in the east of the country on a more positive note. Authorities insist that progress is being made in accessing communities that have been wary of outside help the World Health Organization or WHO said on Friday latest data indicates a total of one thousand and twenty nine confirmed and probable cases of Ebola six hundred forty two people have died and more than three hundred and twenty patients have recovered the one hundred twenty five new cases of infection came from fifty one health areas in North Kivu. Andy cheery provinces in the past week. Most patients were from the virus hotspots. Of cat were amber Tembo along with three emerging clusters in Montana, Missouri. And for who've he all new cases have been linked to known chains of transmission indicating that contact tracing vaccination and 'isolation of carriers for treatment is working. And while there have been no attacks on Ebola treatment centers in the last ten days WHO believes that the overall situation is still fragile Daniel Johnson UN news.

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"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on AP News

"Visas, some one point eight million people in Mozambique need urgent help after cyclone idea. The United Nations is making an emergency appeal for two hundred eighty two million dollars for the next three months emergency. Responders raced to contain deadly diseases such as cholera which have said we'll break out as more than a quarter million displaced people shelter in camps with little or no clear, water and sanitation, many wells were contaminated by the floods. The death toll remains at least seven hundred sixty one in Mozambique Zimbabwe and Molly. New housing starts have dropped to their lowest level. In nearly two years is AP. Correspondent Mike have been reports. The number of new homes under construction fell nearly nine percents in February. The Commerce Department says the drop is due to a seventeen percent decline in the building of single family. How Jackson favorites such as you got trouble seventy six trombones, and Gary, Indiana, he spoke to the Associated Press about his upcoming role at the global teacher prize award ceremony in Dubai where he announced the winner and perform musical numbers from his 2017 film. The greatest showman. While the Brexit battle in the UK rages on AP's, Charles de LA desma reports. A grassroots tech group has taken a startup approach to fighting the break software, engineers entrepreneurs and product manages huddle in small groups, brainstorming ideas, and screwing thoughts onto post it notes. It's not a startup, but a grassroots Spandau volunteers from London's tech industry developing websites to prevent Brexit. Well, lawmakers seem odd in confusion the volunteers hope to put public pressure on politicians to give people a second vote on it. While the group is small that engagement in politics underscores the concerns among businesses and entrepreneurs who stand to suffer from tariffs on border checks, Chelsea LA desma, London. I'm Rita Foley with an AP newsmen at President Trump is promising to make the GOP the party of health care, but not ObamaCare, which he's trying to have declared unconstitutional. House minority whip.

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"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Now, it's the final segment of all things considered coming up at the top of the hour. We have news information and features from the BBC World Service. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Elsa Chang. And I'm Audie Cornish. It was ten days ago that cyclone die struck Africa leaving huge swaths of three countries underwater more than seven hundred and fifty people are dead in Mozambique alone. The United Nations has almost two million people are in need of humanitarian assistance aid groups say if help doesn't come fast and already terrible disaster could get worse NPR's. Ada Peralta reports Sasha Myers has been working in one of the worst hit areas for save the children. This question is absolutely devastating. She's been helping kids find parents and she's been moving around the hard hit port city of beta. And in most places, she says all you see is mud. We're homes and communities once stood there is only mud, but people have nothing. So they are digging looking for whatever belongings. They might be able to fight. Find and it was absolutely heartbreaking to say people who had been forced to go back to what was left it at Heinz sandwich through the mud for something in them wash them in the dirty water just to try and have something else to where the United Nations says they realized very quickly that the scale of this disaster is much bigger than their response. Among the two million in need of assistance in Mozambique, one hundred thousand people are living in camps, the chief of the international federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent societies and Hodge C says he was stunned by what he saw during his trip floodwaters as far as he could see and please as high as ten meters underwater and the humanitarian response he says was not appropriate transit facilities are not good to be honest. Some of them I even horrendous a school with fifteen classrooms. He says was housing. Three thousand people they were all sharing six toilets situations like that he says, we'll no doubt bring outbreaks of cholera and other communicable diseases. So it's modern exaggeration when I say that to really sitting here on the water sanitation hygiene ticking bomb, the UN is asking for two hundred eighty two million dollars to help with the catastrophe. As C says if Moore is not done more people will die. NPR news Nairobi..

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"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on AP News

"The poachers. Who hunt them? A second disaster could hit Mozambique after a cyclone hit the area the World Health Organization is warning about cholera and other diseases. Some one point eight million people in Mozambique need urgent help after cyclone idea. The United Nations is making an emergency appeal for two hundred eighty two million dollars for the next three months emergency. Responders raced to contain deadly diseases such as cholera which authorities have said we'll break out as more than a quarter million displaced people shelter in camps with little or no clear, water and sanitation, many wells were contaminated by the floods. The death toll remains at least seven hundred sixty one in Mozambique Zimbabwe and Molly. New housing starts have dropped to their lowest level. In nearly two years is AP. Correspondent Mike have been reports. The number of new homes under construction fell nearly nine percent in February. The Commerce Department says the drop is due to a seventeen percent decline in the building of single family houses which posted their weakest pace since may twenty seventeen apartment construction increased in February lower mortgage rates appear to be boosting the demand for housing, but builders are contending with rising costs for labor and land. Limiting the amount of new construction that can occur cold weather and flooding in the midwest also could have been factors in last month's housing numbers. Mike Kemp in Washington. Radio. I'm Tim McGuire. Empire TV show actor Jesse Spoleto agreed to community service and give up his ten thousand dollar bond as Cook County. Prosecutors dropped all sixteen felony charges against him. And while the prosecutors say they still believe smell hired two men to fake a racist and anti gay attack. And then lied about it. The gave no detailed explanation for why they abandoned the case only five weeks after filing the charges and threatening to pursue Sma. Let for the tens of thousands of dollars. The investigation costs the city.

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"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on AP News

"Of breast implant has been linked to cancer. But as AP's Jackie Quinn reports. Government medical advisers say it's too early to consider banning food and Drug administration advisory. Panel has been studying new data that show implants can trigger a rare form of lymphoma in scar tissue surrounding the breasts. The agency identified about four hundred fifty cases of the cancer worldwide, including twelve people who died almost all involve the type of textured implant designed to reduce slippage and minimize scar tissue. But there are some cases that are found in the more common smooth implants to nineteen panel. Members say it is too soon to remove the implants from the market. But when a consumer advocate said sales should be halted because the implants could force breast cancer survivors to undergo a second surgery women in the audience began to cheer. I'm Jacky Quin. A second disaster could hit Mozambique after a cyclone at the area. The World Health Organization is warning about cholera and other diseases. Some one point eight million people in Mozambique need urgent help after cyclone idea. The United Nations is making an emergency appeal for two hundred eighty two million dollars for the next three months emergency. Responders raced to contain deadly diseases such as cholera which have said we'll break out as more than a quarter million displaced people shelter in camps with little or no clear, water and sanitation, many wells were contaminated by the floods. The death toll remains at least seven hundred sixty one in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Maui. Another aces signed a big contract. The New York Madison pitcher Jacob degrom reportedly agreed to a five year deal worth one hundred thirty seven point five million dollars to Graham won the Cy Young award last season and had agreed to a one year contract which would have made him a free agent in two thousand twenty the new deal features an opt out for Graham after the two thousand twenty two season when he can become.

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"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on KCRW

"The children. This question is absolutely devastating. She's been helping kids find parents and she's been moving around the hard hit port city of beta. And in most places, she says, all you see is mud were homes and communities once stood there is only mud, but people have nothing. So they are digging looking for whatever belongings the might be able to find. And it was really heartbreaking to say people who had been forced to go back to what was left it at Heinz sandwich through the mud for something in them in the dirty water. Just try and have something else to where the United Nations says they realized very quickly that the scale of this disaster is much bigger than their response. Among the two million in need of assistance in Mozambique one hundred thousand people are living in camps. The chief of the international federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent societies El hajj RC says he was stunned by what he saw during his trip floodwaters as far as he could see and please as high as ten meters underwater and the humanitarian response he says was not appropriate transit facilities are not good. Be honest. Some of them I even horrendous a school with fifteen classrooms. He says was housing three thousand people. They were all sharing six toilets situations like that he says, we'll no doubt bring outbreaks of cholera and other communicable diseases. So it's not an exaggeration. When I say that to a really sitting here on water sanitation hygiene ticking bomb, the UN is asking for two hundred eighty two million dollars to help with the catastrophe. As C says if Moore is not done more people will die. Impair news Nairobi. Mm-hmm..

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"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all things considered. I'm Elsa Chang. And I'm Audie Cornish. It was ten days ago that cyclone die struck Africa leaving huge swats of three countries underwater more than seven hundred and fifty people are. Dead in Mozambique alone. The United Nations has almost two million people are in need of humanitarian assistance aid groups say if help doesn't come fast and already terrible disaster could get worse NPR's. Ada Peralta reports Sasha Myers has been working in one of the worst hit areas for save the children. This question is absolutely devastating. She's been helping kids find parents and she's been moving around the hard hit port city of beta. And in most places, she says all you see is mud. We're homes and communities once stood there is only mud, but people have nothing. So they are digging looking for whatever belongings they might be able to find. And it was absolutely heartbreaking to say people who had been forced to go back to what was left of at Heinz sandwich through the mud for something. In them. Watch them in the dirty water just to try and have something else to wear. The United Nations says they realized very quickly that the scale of this disaster is much bigger than their response. Among the two million in need of assistance in Mozambique one hundred thousand people are living in camps. The chief of the international federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent societies El hajj C says he was stunned by what he saw during his trip floodwaters as far as he could see and please as high as ten meters underwater and the humanitarian response he says was not appropriate transit and shelter. Facilities. Are not good. To be honest. Some of them are even horrendous a school with fifteen classrooms. He says was housing three thousand people. They were all sharing six toilets situations like that he says, we'll no doubt bring outbreaks of cholera and other communicable diseases. So it's modern exaggeration. When I say that we really sitting here on the water sanitation hygiene ticking bomb, the UN is asking for two hundred eighty two million dollars to help with the catastrophe. As C says if Moore is not done more people will die. Impromptu, NPR news Nairobi..

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"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on KCRW

"NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Elsa Chang. And I'm Audie Cornish. It was ten days ago that cyclone die struck Africa leaving huge swats of three countries underwater more than seven hundred and fifty people are dead in Mozambique alone. The United Nations has almost two million people are in need of humanitarian assistance aid groups say if help doesn't come fast and already terrible disaster could get worse NPR's. Ada Peralta reports Sasha Myers has been working in one of the worst hit areas for save the children. This question is absolutely devastating. She's been helping kids find parents and she's been moving around the hard hit port city of beta and most places she says all you see is mud. We're homes and communities once stood there is only mud, but people have nothing. So they are digging looking for whatever belongings the might be able to find. And it was absolutely heartbreaking. To say people who had been forced to go back to what was left it at Heinz sandwich through the mud for something in them wash them in the dirty water just to try and have something else to wear the United Nations says they realized very quickly that the scale of this disaster is much bigger than their response. Among the two million in need of assistance in Mozambique, one hundred thousand people are living in camps, the chief of the international federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent societies El hajj of C says he was stunned by what he saw during his trip floodwaters as far as he could see and as is ten meters underwater and the humanitarian response he says was not appropriate trials it and shelter. Facilities. Are not good to be honest. Some of them are even horrendous a school with fifteen classrooms. He says was housing three thousand people. They were all sharing six toilets situations like that he says, we'll no doubt bring outbreaks of cholera and other communicable diseases. So it's modern exaggeration when I say that to a really sitting here on the water sanitation hygiene ticking bomb, the UN is asking for two hundred eighty two million dollars to help with the catastrophe. As C says if Moore is not done more people will die. Impair news Nairobi..

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Mozambique prepares for cholera after cyclone wreaks havoc

AP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Mozambique prepares for cholera after cyclone wreaks havoc

"There are warnings of a potential second disaster following a devastating cyclone in Mozambique relief operations, oppressing into rural Mozambique where an unknown number of people remain without aid while we'll Health Organization officials warn of a second disaster. If disease breaks out, they a spike in malaria cases in Mozambique, the disease carrying mosquitoes breed in standing water WHO says nine hundred thousand oral cholera vaccines are expected to arrive day to this week. However, the United Nations says some one point eight million people still need urgent help on has made an emergency appeal for two hundred eighty two million dollars

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"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"We just probably so much. Did we did seven hundred eighty two million dollars for the six months last six months of two thousand eighteen you can see how much distributor could say. Okay. How much Dallas stay home. How much you know, where it went? And that makes a lot of sense to me. I think what what's interesting here is that you're clearly more. Edited and in that respect being user focused and community focus and about the system and blockchain, but compared to let's say the altered of me just doing proof of stake operation generating five percent. On my theory by actually valid. How do you compare that mosquito leaving we make the five percent just like you? Right. When we don't deploy the coin, but then half the time we deploy them at nine with twelve percent. So my blended rate will always be higher than your because it was use it. I look at the real competition is not between mean doing now, and the real competition is you trusting the banks giving you money for J P Morgan, for example, thinking and say does J P Morgan or any other initiatives to to Shen open, their KOMO owner and show you what they're doing with your money. So the transparency is a big aspect reason a single institution on this planet that is fully transparent which rely is an audit by Ernst and Jahn ordered by by the Loyd. Every six months, every twelve months to tell you everything is kosher, and you can the reality prove everything every day every.

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KOA 850 AM

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Forty six. I'm going to let Ron have the last word on the four day workweek. Go ahead. Ron. Yeah. Yeah. I used to work in manufacturing. And they had a really great schedule to keep the plant running seven days a week. They would do three days on read as off or shifts. And if you're on day shift to stayed on days, or if you a night shift you stayed on night so three on three off all the time. Yes. I could live with that. Yeah. So your days off would rotate and the way they taste was that you got overtime for anything over eight hours or even on the day the weeks that you only work three days and that we would get forty two hours worth of pay. No is very nice. Yeah. Yeah. Those days are over now. Yeah. Was nice because days off always rotated though. You've got some days off, right? You got some days out during the week. All right. Hey, I appreciate the phone. Call ron. Lori lynnwood. You do a four day workweek? Yes. Can I please doing? Well, do I have to talk to you talk about the fact that our entire lives are about to be up ended. And we don't even know if we're going to be sitting next to each other soon, and I am going. They don't understand how touch him about moving my cheese. Now, we're talking about moving my desk. Could be gone in a few days, I could be gone in a few days. Although my productivity might go up slightly. If you're not sitting we talk as much as people think we do. I think we talk a lot. I really don't think we talk. I've seen in the hallway. We don't talk on Mondays because you're not here. Right. So that's one full day of not talking. So I feel like we just a law of averages. We don't talk that much. That's true some days, we might talk more than others right today. We weren't very talkative now because I came in late true because I was dealing with everything today today was my deal with everything today really felt like a Monday. But I have hold in. The you have that cascading like cascade of crap that happens. You can't just be one thing. It's like a casket of crab. So in the midst of my cascade of crap yesterday. I was like, you know, what I'm buying a lottery ticket. I buy a lottery ticket when I'm having a good day. I think that is a bad strategy because it has not worked for me. So I bought lottery tickets yesterday thinking, okay, God, you're gonna get make cascade of crap. Lease let me win the lottery just saying you think it's gonna work now. Now, we have till tomorrow. Right. But a girl can dream. That's true. Yeah. Tomorrow's Powerball, but always fun to dream. Exactly. That's what I pay my two dollars for. Okay. What how am I gonna spend my two hundred eighty two million dollars? I would have a list of people. I would give it away to not all of it. I'm not. I mean, I'm not insane. But really, you don't need one hundred and forty million dollars right after taxes and everything you set aside twenty million and your family is set for the next generation wait till they squander it all on paid like cursing families houses off. Oh, yeah. Give some to my brothers. My sisters my brothers and sisters now. Screw my nieces. My brothers and sisters are responsible for their own kids. Right. Like, here's your money. If your kids want money, call you don't ever call me again is okay. I do too. But their parents can take care of them. That's that gets too complicated. Because I like some of them better than others. Well, we all do. I wanted to be awkward. I want to be accused of playing favorites is going to be very gala -tarian my give it away which you just start buying houses in different areas. I would I would start buying places all over the world. I I. First place in Hawaii that a an apartment and Budapest. And then probably something in New York that I could run out and use what I wanted to go there. Nice. And then I would probably buy something in the middle of Montana. One of those giant rich people compounds, right? The other way I'd go to New Mexico and justify kind of like let Julia Roberts has there. You go. And now because joins us in the studio from left to right. Rob is in for his daily beating grant is back there. But I haven't heard him lately. Brennan, crystal in the studio, Laurie Lynn, and of course, me because now it's time for the most exciting segment on the radio. It's kind of.

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"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A human issue lives were lost. And I want to concentrate on number one taking care of our victims families taking care of our officers, and we're gonna continue to suit up and do the job that that that we are sworn to do every day. The gunman was killed by police. Name is Gary Martin who had a violent history. There will be a vigil. At the Pratt company this afternoon at two-thirty also grief counselors will be on hand for employees attorneys for actor jussie smollet. If rejected reports that he allegedly played a role in his own attack. And said anyone who says otherwise is lying small headset said he was assaulted by two men who shouted homophobic and racial slurs last month two men questioned in the case last week had been now been released without being charged. Police said the investigation has shifted elsewhere. They want to ask small let some more questions he said he will continue to cooperate with police, citing family and personal issues. The State Department says Heather Nauert picked by President Trump to be UN ambassador has withdrawn her name from consideration. She was a Fox News channel reporter with little foreign policy experience when she joined the State Department former Massachusetts Governor Bill weld announced last week. He was forming an exploratory committee to run for president in twenty twenty Republican on ABC's this week. Weld was asked if his potential run was way to try to weaken the president it is part of my thinking to make sure that he doesn't repeat we don't have six more years of the antics, frankly for want of a better word that we've seen the last two years, I think that would be bad for the country. And I don't care who knows it weld ran as a libertarian in two thousand sixteen but just last month changed his party affiliation. To Republican the numbers are starting to climb again WGN's. Roger badesch, explain snow winter Saturday, the Powerball drawing means Wednesday's drawing is at least two hundred eighty two million dollars to a single winner. But Tuesday's mega millions drawing is worth two hundred and six million dollars..

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"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Twenty three National Football League teams have spent an average of two hundred and fifty million dollars in taxpayer money for the building of new stadiums. Or the rebuilding of stadiums for a total of five point seven billion dollars. And that is the same amount of money that President Trump wants to get to begin building his wall on the southern border. Well, sorry, Mr President that money's already gone. We used it to build walls around. Tom Brady's play pens, and the people inside of those walls are very very rich. The richest man in the world was at the Super Bowl on Sunday reveling in sky box paid for with tax payer money surrounded by other super-rich men. Everyone on the field is rich coaches players. The fans in the seats at the Super Bowl the richest fans in America, but they need taxpayers to subsidize this giant industry called football. What if we didn't what if we didn't pay for their stadiums? The Los Angeles Rams actually ran that test for us politicians in Los Angeles. We're doing everything they possibly could to come up with hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer money to get the Rams to move to Los Angeles and Los Angeles politicians were doing that at the very same time. Very same time that they were telling Los Angeles school teachers they did not have enough money to raise their salaries. And then what happened Los Angeles tax payers refused Los Angeles politicians could not convince their tax payers to pay for a new stadium for the Rams quickly enough. And so. The owner of the Rams just went ahead and started building one anyway with his own money because like all NFL owners, he's wicked rich. He's rich to build another stadium right now somewhere else wherever he feels like. And so the Rams will play in a new stadium, but the tax payers did not pay for. And so that must mean that the Rams players will get paid less because the tax payers didn't pay for their new stadium. Right. They can't have enough money left over to keep paying the players a lot of money. But the funny thing is there's so much money in the football business. The Los Angeles Rams who had to pay for their own stadium can still afford to pay the highest salary the highest salary that was on the field at the Super Bowl. They're twenty two and a half million dollar defensive tackle. There is no stupider form of socialism in America than sports socialism. And there is no better form of socialism in this country. Ben social security and Medicare, and people know it, and that's why Medicare for all is so popular and Donald Trump calling Medicare socialism is not going to make it any less popular. The rich get richer at the Super Bowl are richest companies attract more customers by advertising during the game for five million dollars per thirty seconds spot and already very rich. Entertainer jumped around the stage with his shirt off for several minutes to push up the value of his brand to make him richer. The network running the Super Bowl took in three hundred eighty two million dollars in revenue in one night. The rich got richer in America on super Sunday. All thanks to sports, socialism and the good socialistic ideas, like eight hour workdays, the socialistic ideas that actually improve people's lives like Medicare and Medicaid continued to be popular in America. Just as long as everyone pretends that they're not socialist. That's nice less word. Hey, it's Chris as from MSNBC every day. I come to the office, and we make television show and everyday I think to myself there's so much more. I want to talk about and so this is our podcast. It's called why is this happening and the whole idea behind it is to get to the root of the things that we see Lee out every day. They're driven by big ideas. Each week. I sit down with a person uniquely suited to explain why this is happening. New episodes of wise this happening every Tuesday. Listen for free wherever you get your podcasts.

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"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"hundred eighty two million dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Preferred office equipment for the Phoenix Suns. It is time for our weekly chat with Phoenix Suns president and CEO Jason rally. Jason you got the nuggets come into town. And Devon Booker to be represented the all star game for two thousand nineteen lot going on. But can we just jump right to what I think? Everybody wants to talk about which is you know, the talking stick resort arena renovations. And this poll we were talking about this yesterday, the greater Phoenix chamber. Put out this poll that shows solid plurality almost a majority of Phoenix voters approve of the talking stick arena renovations. As proposed to the city council at this point. That's right. And you know, that's the most telling thing about that poll is that there was a swing basically fifty three points in favor of wants people in terms of people's opinion. Once they realized what the facts are surrounding the deal that's on the table and more importantly once they were educated about how the funding for the arena. Renovations is being is coming from. And that's basically from tourism tax. That's been in place for about the last thirty years that has paid for by out-of-towners who come here to visit who rent cars or stay in hotels. And so that mechanism was put in place when the building was originally built its intended purpose is to fund these renovations. And that was the intention when the original deal was was created. So there was a lot of misinformation at the very beginning of this process. And I've been very very upfront about this. We take responsibility for that. We should have done a better job educating the public about. Out the realities of the building we should have done a better job educating the public about what the economic impact of that building is the fact that generates one hundred eighty two million dollars a year in direct economic impact. And and we ourselves the sons and the arena through our operations pay the city about just a little under thirteen million dollars a year in rent and taxes that go directly into the city's general fund. So that general phenomenon is everybody knows pays for the police and the fire so people look at this. And they're thinking that you know that as part of this deal. The city is just giving the sons one hundred and fifty million dollars for our building. In fact, the city is is is putting in one hundred and fifty million dollars into the building that the city owns but the dollars are not coming from Phoenix residents taxpayers. It's coming from individuals from out of state. And so, you know, when you look at that compared to to the economic return that the city gets it really is a great financial deal. It's a great deal. The sons as well. We we love playing in downtown Phoenix. It's our home. And you know, we're hopeful that were able to get a good vote from the city council coming up on on January twenty third. All right. There is a Phoenix Suns. President CEO Jason rally.

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