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"hundred seventy one thousand dollars" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"hundred seventy one thousand dollars" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Beach or la county but rick has established a advocacy committees Which are constituents from. Each of the ten congressional districts that work with the congress member from their district and Help increase awareness about pancreatic cancer. So if anybody's out there that is interested that wanted to join one of these advocacy committees on. Have you know just a little bit of time to help us. Out in in keeping contact with the congressional members in the district office and Also in the washington dc office. We would greatly appreciate that. Another thing that we're you're focused that this fiscal year is increasing our marketing awareness and social media presence so we have a really want to turn orange county purple so we have a facebook page right. So it's the orange. County dash pancreatic cancer action network. So he could find the some facebook we also have a twitter With the twitter handle of at pan can oc then. We just recently created instagram. Which is our handled. Air is at pancreatic cancer. Oc a so between social media. We're really trying to bring a larger awareness of of what we're doing here in orange county as well as what we're doing nationwide and then if you want to keep tabs of everything that we're doing all the news articles all spell events that are occurring Everything that we have going on when our affiliate and caregiver meetings are we all seven linked tree So it's a link. l. i. n. k. t. r. dot ee slash panchan. Oc So if you're familiar with link tree had this has all the links for everything. has resources in there. So if you wanna learn. More about the symptoms of pancreatic cancer you could click on symptoms. You won't learn more about pancreatic cancer. Just click on that and then directs you over to our cans patient services as well as we go into november two we also going to increase. Orange county's patient awareness combranch champions so we are looking for personnel in the healthcare professional industry as well as different companies. That really want support us. Wearing purple on world pancreatic cancer day. We're ribbons you know Put up signs or banners advertising purple stride so there's different opportunities for for everybody to be involved. We really want to get health. Healthcare professionals You know more aware of pan kan services a so for healthcare professionals. They could order free. you know brochures and information about a pancreatic cancer action network So we really want to get out into the community. Build those relationships with local hospitals and community groups and and local businesses. Really bring awareness. And like i said we really wanna turn orange county purple be purple county to county and again in fiscal year. Twenty twenty one pinker cancer action network or pam. Ken interacted with more pancreatic cancer patients and their families than any other organization in the world with over forty five thousand patients service. Interactions so pinch. Patience is the first place to call after. You've been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer at any point during the journey. If you've already been diagnosed. So i think we really wanna push that and we really want to get all those that have been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. You know connected with patient services So this year alone. There's already been about sixty thousand people That have been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer on so that means about forty. Five thousand people have called. So there's a there's a gap between how many people have been diagnosed at how many people actually utilizing the services. So if you've been diagnosed or know somebody has been diagnosed. Encouraged him to call pancake. Inpatient services So they call eight seven seven the number two man. Ken that is it. Takes me a while to figure out how to spell pan. Ken on the phone. So it's one eight seven seven two seven to sixty two six. So i had to write that down because i to remember the pan. Can the numbers right right for sure. and then we can't do this alone. And i think that is something that's really unique about the orange county. Affiliate we have an amazing group of orange county Residents that are corps volunteers That have been serving and volunteering countless hours in helping this affiliate grow and to to keep improving it So i mean there's people like you in vic and risen one that have been around for a decade plus keno lake seniors veterans on term. Yet right so. This is a year round volunteer advocacy and just everything that we do with orange county from november awareness month which is obviously pancreatic cancer awareness month in november. So we do a big push their Purple stride So last week you had vic on who's the purple story chair that talked about pain comparable stride orange county which is april thirtieth down bolsa chica state beach and then action week which is in june which just talked about with our advocacy going to washington. Dc or if you can't go to washington c. You could call in and email and and participate from here in orange county but we are still in need of a couple positions. We have four positions that we still need volunteers for That are critical. Positions are communications chair which plays a critical role in raising awareness and educating the public In really focusing that all of our main events throughout the year within that communications committee we also are in need of marketing. Chair who works alongside with the communication chair to secure in kind media opportunities and really market the activities that were doing Within the county within purple stride we still have two positions that are open one key positions sponsorship chair Who plays a critical role in the financial success of pan. Comparable stride So helping us get sponsors and we really this year. One of our big goals this year's increase or sponsorship revenue to about ten percent. So we're looking at about. We're trying to get Thirty seven thousand dollars plus in just sponsorships the sheer and so that person would help us raise that money and then team individual development chair is something that we need for purple stripe as well who works with new and existing teams and fundraisers to help everybody you know get motivated and fundraise and meet our goal for purple stride and so for purpose ride this year. Our goal is Three hundred seventy one thousand dollars For pan camper we'll straight orange county for twenty twenty two and so far we've done phenomenal so far it's We've only been open for registration since september fifteenth. So just about fifteen. Sixteen days now So we were about twelve percent raise of our goals or just over forty six thousand dollars raise so far so we're pretty excited about how fast we're raising money and how many people are signing up. So yeah we're definitely really excited about purple stride We're we have a goal of having about one hundred fifty five teams with over seventeen hundred participants That's our goal so but purple stride like vick said last week during the show last week We are doing a early registration campaign going on right so if you registered by october six and raise twenty five dollars as a thank you. We'll send you a pair of limited edition pan camp ripple strides shoelaces which are absolutely phenomenal. I can't wait to get mine. I can't we bring him on the show they look like i don't wanna ruin them before april but yeah. I might be wearing them quite often. So yeah we're super excited. And i'm super excited. And we were talking about Camp purple stride. So i i do want to recognize our premier sponsor karaoke polack but then also our newest sponsor A gold sponsor is living. Hope your journey with pancreatic cancer so we thank you so much for coming.

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"hundred seventy one thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"hundred seventy one thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"What god and the angels. No of us. George camel ramsey personality is my co host today. David is in raleigh north carolina. Hi david how are you good. Thanks for taking my call. Sure what's up. I've got a A kind of a complicated question. I bought a wedding ring. Dave and i'm gonna ask my girlfriend to marry me in a few weeks. And so i wanna try to pick your brain for a second and go over our financial situation So i am a thirty nine year. Old single dad got a twelve year old little girl. got sixty seven thousand saved. Got fifty thousand in my 401k. Five thousand in my roth And last march. I paid off my house which is around four hundred fifty thousand right now. twenty k. In my daughter's five. Twenty nine plan. And i make about make seventy five thousand dollars a year. You have done well sir. I've been at the same job. Nineteen and a half years and have been a big fan of your show last weekend. So you know just gonna really just. But here's the here's the kicker my girlfriend is thirty nine years old. She makes two hundred and eleven thousand a year She makes thirty eight thousand a year on her rental incomes. She goes a hundred seventy one thousand on one of rannells Forty four thousand on a home equity loan and in four hundred sixty eight thousand on her primary house now. Her primaries worth about seven hundred her first rentals worth about three thirty and she has a two hundred sixty thousand dollars. Paid for rental house already And about two hundred and twenty k. And her 401k's she's doing quite well herself on. She's only eight thousand in cash savings which we argue about that all the time. She doesn't feel the need to have a lot of cash savings. And i'm the opposite My question here is i i. I enjoyed the rental houses. And i i see a good future. Especially in the in the raleigh durham area with these rental houses And i want to attack them. Once we we get married and everything. And we'll probably actually tylenol. Within a few months on to i go after this forty four forty four thousand home equity loan then work my way to the one hundred seventy one thousand dollar loan and then start tackling the four sixty eight or would you recommend me going into a bank combining at all see if we can get better interest rate in attack attacking that way. I just work through. What's there now. What are you going to where you're gonna live so we live in the four hundred sixty thousand dollar house. I will be leaving him with her. And then i'll be raining. Seven hundred thousand dollar houses for sixty eight owed on it correct. Yes sir. what's so yours becomes a rental mine. Going can become a rental. Yes sir okay. So you have to pay for rentals and a primary that you owe four sixty eight on correct and your household income is going to be approaching. Three hundred should be around three twenty five. Well we also hundred seventy one thousand on another one and then okay i would knock out the The the home equity loan that forty four very very quickly. Probably out of your savings. And then then i'm gonna build up From there we'll treat that thing credit card debt and then i'm going to build up my make sure. I have my three to six months of expenses set aside and then once you pay off the primary and then the rental last uh surprising i didn't they say hear that. Okay so go ahead and start attacking two four six eight here. Here's why okay. When crap happens like pandemics if your personal residences paid for it's a different level of peace than if your rental is paid for. Okay i can tell you there and so it's like okay. It's bad for those renters over there. Because i'm going to have to sell that one versus okra. We're in trouble over here. At the main castle problem problem king and queen and it just activates a different part of your soul. And so one of the things i do. When i'm answering these questions. Is i run. Best case and worst case scenarios through my head and whatever the answer is it oughta it oughta lineup with both. And that's you know so i. I like taking extreme case. Under what conditions would you be having an crap moment and be the best off because you know the because the thing hit the wall so to speak. Would there be any harm him selling his house. That's four fifty to knock out a lot of debt. There wouldn't be an. I probably would go there. Except they make three hundred k. And so they be dead free on this residence in three years hundred fifty year for three days ago. So that's the key that's the key thing here we go. You don't one hundred grand income honest oldest house. Yeah to get knocked out because it's gonna take too long to pay off four hundred sixty eight but they got enough money flying around in equities here that they can do a shell game pretty quick. And there'd be no peace. Yeah underneath right. I mean you could clean up the match. Pretty quick but If you add it all up it's two hundred Seven hundred thousand bucks in debt and they've got sixty seven thousand dollars in the bank. Show you know we could call it You know six hundred fifty thousand dollars in debt. How quick can you pay six fifty off making three hundred real quick. Whole thing's gonna be done five secures the whole thing and then future real estate pay cash exactly good point good follow up because apparently she's got the rental bug and he does too. Yeah they love real estate. It's a good thing. Nothing wrong with that. But let's make sure we're paying cash. Is we go good point. Chris is in tampa. Hi chris welcome to the ramsey. Show morning day right after. I guess either one works for me brother. How can i help so my father recently passed away in january and left me an exotic car I'm in the process of getting it running And my question was kind of he. Buttered originally to nineteen sixty five three fifty six seaports and he bought it originally brand new. It's gorgeous car But i'm one hundred forty k. Basically into my house I was wondering. Should i sell that car and be debt free. I'm debt free other than the house. How old are you fifty one make enough money and i think i've got enough savings. 401k got enough in.

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"hundred seventy one thousand dollars" Discussed on It Could Happen Here

It Could Happen Here

15:23 min | 1 year ago

"hundred seventy one thousand dollars" Discussed on It Could Happen Here

"The county had descended a huge machine to recreate the dirt. Road comps still weren't letting cars through but for day to people didn't put up a physical resistance to the sheriff's driveway blockade. There were other things to figure out and strategize. It is early afternoon on june twenty ninth. I'm still at the stop line. Three camp in minnesota the all the protesters and water defenders. Who got arrested yesterday. Just back to the camp so they were released after one night in jail and they were they there was. There was a pretty a pretty cheery greeting for them here. At the heritage line three camp a few of the people were a little little more somber because of course their friends were jailed but everyone most people were pretty. Excited does each other again And most seems pretty optimistic So that's kind of thing that's kind of the state of things right now. to to sheriff's Trucks are still Preventing cars from going onto the driveway at the stop. Line three camp but so far. There's been no passive or active resistance to that today unlike yesterday. So we'll see if that changes in the next few hours i'm probably gonna head back to the first camp to pick up some supplies and i'll decide what i do from there but i mean the the the atmosphere stop playing three camp is super unique is a few hundred price people here now. Pretty massive space They actually own this property where they're basing the campout the move onto the like for actions that can move onto the line three site just like just across the way but the fact that it's their property does give them some distinct advantages in terms of how the law in crackdown on them without you know having horrible objects on the state's part They have a really really good set up farms. Growing food really nice like kitchen. You know like buildings and stuff Decent matter tense waters a little bit low but people are trying to figure that out so we're trying to try to on the water at least at the moment. It took longer than i thought. But eventually i made my way back to the earth. First camp just got b-actor first camp. It is a little bit past midnight. So technically it's now june thirtieth but still not slept since the night of the twenty eighth. So i'm excited to finally be back in my tent. People ride people were having to smoke fire and singing songs. That was nice. How fox spider tent. I'll have to deal with that later. But anyway there's still decent amount of Refers people staying at the At the line. Three camp Assume some more will head over tomorrow not fully made up my mind what i'm going to do yet but now lean towards probably staying at this camp trying to talk to more people and then in the last day i'll join wherever other people are doing if they're doing action i will be there in whatever reporting capacity makes the most sense So yeah i mean there's there's more and more people are coming back to earth. I camp right now Tomorrow might actually have some. You know i. It may be more more of a full day. I'll try to swim in the lake Because abuse shame. If i did not do that for this trip but yeah i mean it's it's been an interesting almost forty hours without sleep and dealing with all of these issues surrounding how the sheriffs are trying to crack down on the On the line. Three protesters I guess the one thing is like the sheriff so she left and like the late afternoon On the on the twenty ninth so we don't really know what their plan is I heard some people from like the line. Three side like i have initiated some like Legal proceedings to help get Like like more clearly to the driveway to their own property so that could be the reason why we left. But we don't totally know why the left sorely like they did not didn't stay super late to Blocking access to the driveway. So that part's still up in the air. I'm sure i'm sure. I'll find out more tomorrow and find out. We did the night of june thirtieth wednesday. Have to get like five thirty tomorrow. there is a p people are planning action tomorrow I don't have any details for what's going on nor to. My understanding does many other people because just today we found out that like the reason why the cops were blocking the driveway to the line. Three protest camp is because during that time n. bridge the The company with pipeline completed drilling on one of the two spots planned under the mississippi river and they wanted to make sure there wasn't any people to prevent that so that's why they are blocking access to the road from the protest camp so because now that drillings part is complete. I think that kind of through renton people's Protests plans for for tomorrow so things are kind of up in the air. All i know is that i have to be up early and we will be driving somewhere. I think people are probably gonna be locking down like with lock boxes and price off blockades so am expecting you know arrests to happen but the mood pretty tense right now. Everyone's pretty anxious. We're just kind of doing doing doing doing waiting game at the moment. The tribe my from best to to not get. But that's not really up to me. Because i mean i just don't know what the locations going to be like i don't know i there's just so little information and i have no idea what the cops reaction's going to be to any any of this The sheer number of people committed to doing the land defense water defense and committed to like showing up in person to advocate for the treaties to be actually followed. I mean of course. There's this is most of them were. There's there's there's reasons to talk about how how People were coerced into signing certain treaties. But fact is the ones that we have right. The ones that people have right now aren't even being followed in terms of you know stuff for this line. Three pipeline crossing over indigenous land and sacred areas. So there's just so many people that equated to doing this. I'm not sure if the cops will be prepared for how many people it looks like are going to be caravanning down depending what their plans are causing a scene But i'm to go to bed. I have to i have to sleep. Have a A long day ahead of me Long day of trying to not get arrested and then missing my ride back to my home on the other side of the country before a recap of what happened on the july first. Stop line three direct action. I wanna give some background for the whole line. Three thing now. You've probably heard of the stop line. Three movement this year a few public actions have grabbed national attention like the protests outside chase bank and perhaps a few actions near the pipeline. But you might be surprised to hear that the fight has been going on for over seven years back in two thousand fourteen and bridge. A canadian oil giant started the process of applying to replace their existing line three pipeline with a new bigger pipeline large portions of which are along completely new route including areas. That would violate the tree. Rights of the indigenous ashwin ave by passing through tribal territory freshwater sources ecosystems public lands well endangering primary areas of hunting fishing while rice and cultural resources in the eighteen. Fifty five treaty territory. For most of the past seven years the plans for the pipeline going through minnesota have been caught up in litigation and regulatory hearings. There have been on the ground direct actions and protests but all in hopes of preventing the construction from starting that changed november of twenty twenty when the minnesota pollution control agency issued water crossing permits in mid november. And then the army corps of engineers issued the other necessary permits mere days later embers had been positioning pipes and equipment for years doing so called preconstruction so soon as they got the go-ahead they could rush to dig drill and start placing pipes in the ground. The first pipe was laid out to wait all the way back. In november twenty seventeen three years before umbrage permission to actually begin construction the current line three which carries crude oil from edmonton alberta to superior. Wisconsin was originally built in the sixties pipe. Corrosion caused numerous spills from the seventies to the early two thousands to circumvent this bridge reduced the operating pressure at instituted yearly high-resolution inspections using modern technology to track ongoing corrosion as a result of the existing line three pipe ships four hundred and thirty thousand barrels per day. When finished the new line three would ship nine hundred fifteen thousand barrels of tar sands crude oil a day one of the dirty fuels on earth. That's more than double the current line three pipeline. The new line three will carry enough oil to produce about one hundred and seventy billion kilograms of carbon dioxide per year. that's equivalent to about fifty coal power plants or thirty eight million vehicles on our roads. Total project costs have risen to nine point three billion with the minnesota segment of the pipeline costing four billion a big part of the argument four line. Three minnesota is supposed job-creation. The problem is that the majority of these jobs are short term part time hire workers from out of state ember ges fourth quarter twenty twenty jobs reports that only thirty three percent. The almost five thousand workers in the project were from minnesota and they worked only twenty eight percent of the total hours. Bridge has a job. Promise that the line three replacement project would create about eight thousand and six hundred jobs the majority of which are local in minnesota over a two year period including eight hundred union construction jobs hatha which are expected to be filled locally however instead of seventy five percent of jobs being local the opposite is true with nearly seventy five percent of ours being worked by out of state workers in minnesota alone. The new line three pipe would cross more than two hundred water. Ecosystems tunnel under twenty rivers including the mississippi river twice the source of drinking water for millions of people the new line three would threaten many pristine lakes rivers and streams including where wild rice grows a foundation of the national people's traditional way of life and spiritual practices since the announcement that construction could begin last. November enbridge has been literally working nonstop to finish this pipeline as possible resistance against line. Three has also been rapidly increasing the past year all leading up to this past summer with many calls going out for national support. People are continuing to try to stop construction through litigation or pressuring public officials while others are taking direct action in hopes of slowing down the construction itself. As protests have continued the state response has grown more harsh. The most recent line three protesters who've gotten arrested for locking down queant are being charged with felony theft for quote temporarily taking control of construction equipment unquote by locking themselves to it. These new harsh protest related charges like felony resisting and obstructing are usually i tested on bypass folks and then anarchists and then eventually everyone if you thought sheriff's shutting down vehicle access to the main stop line three camp right as embryos was completing drilling under the mississippi river a little suss. Well wait until you hear that ember is also directly giving cops millions of dollars. This is from vice news quote. A canadian oil company has given minnesota law enforcement two million dollars to fund the policing of protests against the construction of its new pipeline encourage that fund called the public safety escrow trust in maeve twenty twenty as part of its permitting process of the line. Three pipeline route the funds in the account of and used to reimburse costs associated with maintaining the peace around the pipeline including officer wages lodging and boom trucks according to the minnesota public utilities commission and line three permits since its creation. Twenty twenty three hundred twenty seven thousand dollars of the fund has gone to the cass county. Sheriff's office located one hundred eighty miles north of minneapolis for security patrols of their private property. This amounted to around seven percent of the departments of salary and overtime budget for the year between november twenty eighth twenty twenty and february nineteen twenty twenty one over forty employees dedicated more than seven thousand hours to safety patrols. Another one hundred seventy one thousand dollars to the trimmer county sheriff's department for officer training going back as early as twenty seventeen in preparation for the responses to the line three protests. All of this was paid for by end bridge in its permitting documentation. The public. Utilities commission cited increased law enforcement expenses around pipelines and other parts of the country as reasoning for establishing the fund. The funds live in an astro count managed by state appointed officials to whom agencies send requests for reimbursement from bridge of costs related to quote coordination of public safety emergency responders public safety related costs for maintaining the peace in and around the construction site review and oversight of any private security services and other similar costs unquote. The account is technically not meant to be used for equipment unless it's quote personal protective equipment in extremely broad term. That is defined nowhere new ryan gear. For instance has been paid for by. The escrow account state appointed account manager has rejected law enforcement requests for reimbursement for cutting tools for lock boxes. And such. But there are ways around that in.

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"hundred seventy one thousand dollars" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"hundred seventy one thousand dollars" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

"And i've had those moments in vegas. Where i bet roulette and i tell myself if the ball flies off the wheel. Pick up your chips. And i remember one time specifically. I didn't get to it in time. Because i was drunk. But my mind was telling me act fast or act faster and ended up losing that next. Turn so i've been okay all right so couple of other things jones. We have the smartest audience in radio. So maybe you would do this not a lot of our listeners. What so let me ask you this. Aj same theory. Do you take baltimore or the angeles. I'll take the square side here. And i i would. I'd go with otani over The team that's lost. Nineteen in a row. So jonas. If i if i could press the green button on you jonas. There's no green button. What else me. well okay. All right the white guys got a lot of people in. I mean like series. Not dumb people would say. I worry about baltimore at any price. I think the wise guys are too quick to ignore the human side of this because mathematically the line has inflated from where it would have been a. Let's say two weeks ago and the question is has baltimore really shown themselves to be any worse where they've lost a bunch of games in a row. Yeah i i'm not sure. They have to one hundred six two game season. I'm not sure what you learn in such a short period of time. But i know human beings. There's a human element to it now. How much would you have made if you had bet against baltimore every game during the streak and you started with a lonely hundred dollars one hundred and you sat. I'm gonna let it ride. Whatever i went betting against. I'm gonna keep going until i go broke or own sportsbook. Nineteen straight losses of baltimore. You would have one of one hundred bucks. Two hundred seventy one thousand dollars. A quarter mil of one hundred bucks fain them. Okay now hughes the interesting part if you went. Mackenzie randy's numbers for me. If you go back and say show me every baseball team. I think since two thousand four this lost ten or more games if you played on them saying hey they can't be this bad. There's value here you would have done. What in baseball. Mackenzie you'll be down nine percent or ally seventeen units seventeen so if you bet one hundred shot you'd be down seventeen hundred dollars in nfl football if you take every team with six or more game winning or losing streak. So let's say six or more like a really bad losing streak if you bet them the next game you would've won enough to cover the vague you'd be profitable if all you do is teams on six game losing streaks. You'd make money long-term what's the difference in football. If you're embarrassed the intensity can increase in. It helps your game and baseball. If you're embarrassed. There is no intensity too. It's you either you know. It's not about trying harder and baseball. If anything i think it makes them more nervous so i think a team like baltimore in football. You think. let's bat him. They're motivated. But i think in baseball. It makes them. Nervous and nervous is bad ten seconds. Yeah i i think baseball's the a mental game and if you could fall apart in a hurry okay so right now. Angels are oh. They've just ticked up minus two. Oh two against baltimore. I'm going to say.

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"hundred seventy one thousand dollars" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"hundred seventy one thousand dollars" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

"I'm jay bell. We are straight out of vegas and i'm jonas knocks voice. View the fan and rj. The baltimore orioles are the complete opposite of the baltimore ravens. They can't seem to figure it out. They have lost nineteen straight games heading into tonight's action and right now on pregame.com and first pitch coming up in a little over fifteen minutes from now it is the angels and almost two to one favorite at the orioles as they look to avoid losing twenty straight. Yes except the angels were bigger favorites when the odds opened up so baltimore. Baseball team has lost. His joan said straight games. We're getting into some rarefied territory here. Not trevor lawrence territory of poor performance. Beat trevor lawrence. V may may. I don't know we'll see. He's only had two awful games now. Here's what's fascinating though. The line opened up and it showed tiny as the starter big-name obviously minus thirty five hundred to beat aol. Mvp at this point looking. Good the thirty five dollars one dollar right so about one hundred seventy dollars. Subway sandwich so yeah. He's a big favor but he was a bigger favor when this line opened the angels reminders to twenty five now their minds one ninety eight just almost two hundred so the public has said. Give me baltimore. Gimme baltimore except at pregame.com. If you go into the game center for free you get to see what the ticket splitters. and what. The cash split is eighty eight percent of the tickets on the angels. Ninety one percent of the cash on the angels but the odds gone towards baltimore. What does that mean. The wise guys are baton baltimore with boast both this now barney at the bar. Wh- barney at the bar. I was gonna play. Barney's let's play barney's thing here is here's barney at the bar. Barney at the bihar is saying. I would ed baltimore with a ten foot pole and the wise guys are saying. Gimme gimme gimme so right now jones. If you had to bet this you can have the angels two dollars dollar baltimore a dollar one. Zero one eighty. Let's say which way do you go all right. Can i explain why i would go this way. And this and it'll tell you what explained before they even start. You know they've to shake theory. Yes plays i would bet on baltimore. And here's why my strategy and this is an awful strategy and it makes no sense. But i'm going to be honest. I think a lot of people that are listening to this. Do the same thing. If i'm walking through a casino floor in vegas and i'm looking at a roulette board and black nineteen times in a row. I'm going to bet on red because my thought in my drunken stupor is well lov averages reds gotta come up soon it's not applicable at all. It doesn't make any sense. But that's the way. I would go law of averages would kick in at some point and so i would bet baltimore at this point. So that's called the do theory find a couple of things interesting about this one. Jonas somehow project how you would think drunk because most people when they're drunk they think differently than they usually do thus. It's hard to know how you think when you're you're saying you can project you know you're drunk if you're in vegas and you'd think this way. Yeah and i've had those moments in vegas. Where i bet roulette and i tell myself if the ball flies off the wheel. Pick up your chips. And i remember one time specifically. I didn't get to it in time. Because i was drunk. But my mind was telling me act fast or act faster and ended up losing that next. Turn so i've been okay all right so couple of other things joan. Is we have the smartest audience in radio. So maybe you would do this and not a lot of our listeners. So let me ask you this a same theory. Do you take baltimore or the angeles. I'll take the square side here. And i i would. I'd go with otani over The team lost nineteen in a row. So jonas if i if i could press the green button on you jonas green button me well. Okay all right. The wise guys got a lot of people. And i mean like series. Not dumb people would say. I worry about baltimore at any price. I didn't wise guys are too quick to ignore the human side of this because mathematically the line has inflated from what it would have been. Let's say two weeks ago and the question is has baltimore really shown themselves to be any worse where they've lost a bunch of games in a row. Yeah i i'm not sure. They have one hundred sixty two game season. I'm not sure what you learn in such a short period of time. But i know as human beings. There's a human element to it. Now how much would you have made if you had bet against baltimore every game during the street and you start with a lonely hundred dollars one hundred and you said i'm going to let it ride whatever i went betting against. I'm gonna keep going until i go broke owned the sportsbook. Nineteen th straight losses of baltimore. You would have one of one hundred bucks. Two hundred seventy one thousand dollars. A quarter mil of one hundred bucks. Okay now here's the interesting part if you went and mackenzie randy's numbers for me. If you go back and say show me every baseball team. I think since two thousand four this lost ten or more games if you played on them saying hey there can't be this bad. There's value here you would have done. What in baseball. Mackenzie you'll be down nine percent or seventeen units seventeen so if you bet one hundred shot you'd be down seventeen hundred dollars in nfl football if you take. Every team was six or more game winning or losing streak. So let's say six or more like a really bad losing streak. If you bet them the next game you woulda won enough to cover the vague. You'd be profitable with all you did was six game losing streaks. You'd make money long-term what's the difference in football. If you're embarrassed the intensity can increase in. It helps your game and baseball. If you're embarrassed. There is no intensity to it. It's not about trying harder and baseball if anything. I think it makes them more nervous so i think at team like baltimore in football. You think. let's bat him. They're motivated. But i think in baseball. It makes them. Nervous and nervous is bad. ten seconds. yeah. I think baseball's mental game and if you could fall apart in a hurry okay so right now. Angels are the oh. They've just picked up minus two. Oh two against baltimore not baltimore myself. Because they're nervous. If you missed any of today's show including a deep dive on the broncos quarterback situation you can check it out at fox sports radio. Dot com on the podcast. We're back tomorrow. 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"hundred seventy one thousand dollars" Discussed on House of Cards

House of Cards

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"hundred seventy one thousand dollars" Discussed on House of Cards

"Wow <hes> okay six hundred and nine hundred thousand. Six hundred twenty. Three dollars was one this past sunday. Night to a local resident It wasn't a visitor from out of town. It was a southern indiana resident. You always loved to see the regulars when so that's always great. It was a french. Lick rewards cardholders. So they had been to the casino. Many times irv regular there They won the progressive jackpot by playing the dean martin's wild party slot machine. I think i've seen that in casinos. I've seen him a few casinos. I've never played. I guess now. I gotta try it. Yeah no absolutely. I want to sit down at it. Next time i sit six hundred ninety thousand dollars on a one dollar bet. One dollar bet. Oh wow okay This was the largest payout by far in french. Lick casino sixteen year history right. Previous jackpot was two hundred. Sixty five thousand which is about half of what the person boy that jackpot blue by that the previous record that was that was even close. That was in two thousand thirteen. So it's been nine years now eight years since the last big jackpot at that casino. I want you. What do you do after that. I mean you. Just i go home i got it just one of those things where you just wanted you jackpot you just on one dollar bet i mean what do you do. You go have dinner drinks. Do the casino do anything for you other than give you the six hundred ninety thousand dollars and the press and do i mean do they give you a burger and a drink or champagne or what happens. I you know. i've never won a jackpot so i. I don't know exactly what happens if once i win. I will tell you about that but The previous wild party jackpot was two hundred and fifty six thousand. Yeah so The the good congratulations. Seven hundred thousand dollar winter. Yeah wow dean martin's wild party slot machine okay. Write that down. So i want to check that out. Moving over to southern california at the morongo casino resort and spa a morongo slots player one. Three hundred seventy one thousand dollars after after doing a dollar fifty bet. Wow boy now. We had a story last week about a guy who was at the One of the new york casinos and he had a stranger. Come up and say play the slot machine. Oh guardian angel kind of deal. Okay yeah this one is actually another. Feel good story here. This is a cancer survivor great. I'm glad he won the jackpot. He just received his notice from the doctor that he was cancer. Free or all clear was what he said in the press release after several months of chemotherapy. The guy son asked him where he wanted to celebrate and he said he wanted to go to morongo. Wow that's great. What a great story. He started to play for. Oh all around. Good day for him. <hes> he was playing the wheel of fortune slot. That always pays. But there's a lot of great stories about the wheel of fortune slots He played a for ten minutes and he won three hundred. Seventy one thousand six hundred eighty nine dollars off a dollar fifty great good for him. I'll be honest with the wheel of fortune. I think almost every week we've had wheel wheel of fortune slot story you know the other Y there's wheel of fortune online but the other good one online is divine fortune progressive. That's that's always. A great moneymaker for people. You gotta remember every single one of these slot machines whether the retailer online. They're always different versions of it. Yeah and the wheel of fortune progressive. This was in the brick and mortar and there are also about maybe four five variations online of the wheel. That that's why i was going to say there's about four or five wheel fortune like different games. You can play. I guess i gotta try wheel of fortune. Now i've played in a while. So i gotta try. Well that'll do for us this week. We'll see next time on the radio with house of cards.

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"hundred seventy one thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"hundred seventy one thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"Dot com our guys this episode. I entitled the sophisticated and profitable business owner It's a two parter. And we do a case. Study on dr m. We talk about specifically how to increase eba how she was able to Have six hundred percent growth in a three year period of time. Incredible incredible case study we talk about increasing business acumen. How he taught her how to read a financial reports basically becoming a more sophisticated business owner how to calibrate. Cpa expectations How to create a normalized. Pnl setting benchmarks energy In entered sorry engineering a clinic free life meaning that she has converted to about ninety percent. Ceo kind of role rather than a clinical rolt. Lots of great things. This part one part two and it was taken directly from the most recent dental success summit in scottsdale just a couple months ago so i hope you guys as always enjoy this episode and get a lot of value from it. We'll see you tomorrow for part to have day. Okay so very important slide. That i like to start many of my talks with but especially when we're with the mastermind group because there is a tendency after a long day of listening to hot seats in hearing people's numbers to start feeling that is a hazard to start kinda crappy about yourself. You know when you look at a practice that's doing seventeen thousand one hundred fifty five dollars per day and maybe you're doing five thousand dollars per day. You may have a tendency to feel bad about yourself. That doesn't mean that you don't have an effective practice. That doesn't mean that you are a hopeless case. That just means that this person may be perhaps a little bit further in their timeline. Maybe this person has gotten coaching. Or maybe this person inherited or purchase a larger practice. It doesn't mean anything other than that where they are. And you are where you are okay. So comparison of the is the joy very important to remember especially when we're going over case studies of really really high performing dental offices. You wanna make sure they say this about social media all the time you wanna make sure that you're not comparing their chapter ten with your chapter one. You wanna make sure that you are not comparing their high highlight reel with your everyday experience. Okay all right so here. We got okay. This is dr ams scorecard. If you guys haven't seen one of these and you can't see this. I have a hard enough time seeing it in my confidence monitors right here. If you flip through you'll be able to find a full page version of this so you can follow along okay. I'm going to take you through reading custom practice. Analytics reports one. Oh one really quick. And then we'll highlight exactly what's going on in dr m.'s. Practice this is a three year. Transformation that we're gonna go through and this is two thousand seventeen two thousand seventeen through two thousand twenty. This is dr practice on an annual basis. And these are reports that we give to our members every single month we go over these with them and our financial analytics coaches and then they have a black belt coach as well that looks at these numbers and then we work on whatever. The highest priority is okay new patients for the year for dr am three hundred eighty seven net production one point four eight million revenue collections. One point four six nine million which was ninety nine percent total overhead. Eight hundred fifty eight thousand dollars which was fifty eight percent overhead. We were targeting her to be at fifty five percent overhead so all of her industry standards were set to a fifty five percent overhead. Okay guys this is important to understand. We set a preferred overhead and all of the industry standards shifts to that preferred overhead. So it's a goal so all the industry standards that you see there in one two three four th column down is set to fifty five percent overhead. Her associate salaries for the air is two hundred forty nine thousand owner distributions. She paid herself as owner. Ninety thousand seven sixty four her profit two hundred seventy one thousand dollars per year debt-service seventy two thousand for the entire year available funds. One point nine hundred ninety nine thousand remember now. Available funds means profitability minus debt-service k..

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"hundred seventy one thousand dollars" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"hundred seventy one thousand dollars" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"He makes them credible. Defensive plays runs the basis like a madman from room and when he connects with the ball he hits at five hundred feet and from a negative highlight angle. He's good for swinging at pitches above his head about twelve times a year. That would make him a supporting character. In plenty of pitchers highlights a supporting role in a highlight still counts as a highlight. You could make an argument against him in that. He has been boosted by his taking place in the youtube era but that would be a bad argument because the highlights per wars not era adjusted in how commonplace highlights are. I'm not really asking question. I just think i've right and would like to hear it disgust. And that's true if we were going strictly by highway to war ratio than. I guess it might be a good player. Who would win by ray. Spirit of the question was sorta hamilton esq players players. Who actually just aren't that good but are still a significant source of highlights. Now i'm thinking about whether the highlight to war ratio is just. It's like clutch right. When we calculate clutch it's relative to a players on performance how we calculated finger. Shaving is the thing that always confuses people so maybe highlight towards sort of a similar similar counter. More sort of thinking about it in relation to oneself. But i think that it's more fun to think about guys. You managed to have big moments that you're like wow look at that when the rest of their career sort of mediocre underwhelming. That's a lot more fun. And i think that part of it is that highlights have the have the magic of not necessarily really being that closely correlated to the baseline talent of player. And there's obviously some amount of that but also think about some of the things that like mike. Trout does really well. So if you think about a mike. Trout highlight if you gonna think about him as sort of oh give machine you'd think about the homerun robberies right and and the really really long home runs that he's hit and maybe some of the base stealing stuff. But i think that part of what you come to appreciate when you're watching a player like that is all of the small and subtle things that accumulate to just build the best baseball player of his generation. And some of that stuff is like. I don't know i don't know how many lake plate discipline highlights people are really keen on. I don't see cut for like share in those being like. Wow that was amazing but sometimes you watch a trout at your holy crap lake. His understanding of the strike zone show incredible. This is so cool to watch. But that doesn't you know that doesn't like go with emojis. Really not an emoji thing. Yup i don't know someone else mentioned. jack wilson. The former pirate. Which you mentioned brendan ryan so wilson. Kind of in that category adam. Everett may be would be in that category. You know someone else mentioned barry bonds and set barebones significant source of highlights but also one of the best players ever so not exactly what we're looking for here so thanks to everyone who wrote in with good ideas there and while we're talking about hobby bias and highlights and lowlights wanted to mention that there's been a development with will craig who was on the wrong end of that hobby by highlight so when we talked earlier this year about craig's boehner about the play where avi bias said if you want to look at it this way def- craig into chasing him back to her plate instead of asking him or throwing or retreating back to first base or any of the other things that he could have done. We felt a little bad about making fun of craig or making greg. The focal point of this. Because you knew he had to feel bad and it was just one of those brain farts and it has had some consequences hero although not terrible consequences but it's clear that this has stuck with him and jason mackie former guest of ours who covers the pirates to craig. Recently who has now departed the pirates and he has gone to play for the kiwis. Heroes of the k b o. His bar partly. This is an economic decision and we can talk about that aspect of things. But here's what craig told jason. There are times where it hits me. And i'm like did that really happen. I'm a really good defender. I am everyone who has played with me knows that. But i feel like that. Play kind of defined me. I didn't want that to be the case. There's another thing that went into my decision to go over there. I need to almost start over in a way which it's probably going to hang over my head for the rest of my career. Not probably it will hang over my head for the rest of my career but just give myself an opportunity to break away from it a little bit. Obviously they have the internet over there. So they're going to know the play but of address it the way i addressed it with you guys the next day. Don't run away from it kind of attack it head on and let them know. I'm a really good first baseman. Here's michael glove. I can show it to you if you want. You can touch it. It's real. I feel like most players always have a player. Some type of event that happens in their career mine just happens to be a little bit bigger than others. If i was in year fifteen in my career. I feel like that play. Wouldn't be nearly as crazy. Because i only had a month. It made. It seem that much worse. So i feel sorry for correct that this hunting him or that he feels like he needs a fresh starter. Needs to escape to another continent to outrun the legacy of this play. It's just you know. I think this is the great fear that all of us have right that we will make some goof in it will end up defining our lives and sometimes you know sometimes people make terrible mistakes and do bad things and that should be the thing that defines her life but. I don't think that this is not in that category of error or offense rate and so yeah you do feel bad for the guy. I hope that he's able to accumulate some some good highlights and you know if he wants to come back to baseball in the states is able to do so having spent some time playing ball that he thinks is more representative of the kind of player that he is. Because it's just you know everybody's brain freezes up on him every now and again. now. I'm wishing that i had given more credence to the idea that this was hobby by as magic because i feel like i contributed to him needing to lee mccown tree. Yeah i don't wanna make it sound as if he's been banished to. Kp hours as some horrible sentence it may make good sense for him to go to the kpi because frankly he is a marginal major leaker at best tree was on one of the worst teams in baseball and didn't really have a secure spot on that roster either. He was demoted soon. After that play and it was not solely because of that play he hadn't hit and he's had some success in the minors but he was not a great prospect and so he was probably going to be bouncing around at best and this way he gets to go to the k b o and play regularly and get a guaranteed three hundred. Seventy one thousand dollars for the remainder of the season which is much more than he would have made presumably if he were playing for the pirates in triple a. Mostly this is probably smart for him and he was going to be a free agent..

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McDonald’s Notches Big Victory in Labor Board Ruling

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

McDonald’s Notches Big Victory in Labor Board Ruling

"National labor relations board ruling in favor of McDonald's in a case filed by twenty workers who wanted to unionize the NLRB says it supports a settlement that will require franchisees of the fast food giant to pay more than a hundred seventy one thousand dollars to the workers they wanted a ruling that would consider McDonald's a joint employer with its franchise holders McDonald's for its part argued it does not directly employ the workers since about ninety five percent of its fourteen thousand US locations are owned by franchisees and the NLRB Rick

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Johnny Depp sued for allegedly punching location manager

24 Hour News

02:17 min | 4 years ago

Johnny Depp sued for allegedly punching location manager

"Was taken to a hospital the soon released and is recovering at home a wildfire raging in northern nevada throwing up so much smoke it can be seen from space i'm jacky quin a member of a film crew is suing johnny depp saying he punched him twice while on a movie set los angeles location manager greg rocky brooks also says he was fired from the film and refused to sign papers saying he wouldn't sue over the scrap it all reportedly happened during the filming of city of lies about the killing of the notorious b i g brooks alleges them april twenty seventeen the movie's director forced him to inform depth that an upcoming shot would have to be the days last the lawsuit says depth screamed obscenities of brooks and punched him twice in the ribs then offered him a hundred thousand dollars to punch him back brooke says smelled of alcohol and appeared intoxicated it's been a rough go of late for depp who said several recent box office flops and public fights with money managers and his now ex wife hammer heard a map of winnie the pooh hundred acre would just set a record at auction someone bought the original hand drawn map for five hundred seventy one thousand dollars that's more than anyone's ever paid for a book illustration the drawing by e h shepard sold at sotheby's in london for almost three times its presale estimate it was drawn in nineteen twenty six and it features beloved characters including pooh and christopher robin and landmarks including be tree and ers gloomy place the last time it was sold was in one thousand nine hundred seventy that was for about two thousand two hundred dollars the map and four other shepherd winning the pool illustrations brought in over a million dollars at tuesday's auction some of the immigrant children still in custody in the us will be reunited with their families ap correspondent shelley adler says it will apply to many of the kids who are under the age of five more than two thousand children have been held in shelters after being separated from their parents at the us mexico border that's under the trump administration's zero tolerance policy a federal judge has ordered the administration to reunify parents with all children under five a government attorney says authorities will release fifty children that's about half of the kids under age five who are.

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