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"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

08:03 min | 2 months ago

"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

"Nearly five hundred of georgia's business and political elite said thanks to former us. Senator johnny isakson for more than forty years spent in public service. Senator isaac senate republican who tired at the end of two thousand. Nineteen suffers from parkinson's disease. Mondays attributed the historic piedmont. Driving club raised about one million dollars to benefit the isaacs initiative nonprofit that he founded in may to raise awareness and funding for research related parkinson's alzheimer's and related dementia the first georgia politician to ever serve in the state house and senate the us house and the us senate was celebrated as a leader. Who took a bipartisan toward public policy. During an era of increasing polarization between republicans and democrats mondays lunch and program included both live and recorded tributes from of isaac since former senate colleagues from both sides of the aisle. The gwinnett daily post. Podcasts has a chance for you to win a four pack of tickets plus two parking passes to see the gwinnett stripers take on the jacksonville jumbo shrimp on saturday october. Second call four zero four nine nine seven eight six five five for your chance to win. That's four zero four nine nine seven eight six five five for your chance to win a four pack of tickets and two parking passes to see the stripers take on the jacksonville jumbo shrimp on saturday. October second the jackson. Emc foundation board of directors awarded more than one hundred twelve thousand dollars in grants during its august meeting including sixty seven thousand five hundred twenty nine dollars to organization serving county. Those grants were fifteen thousand to hebron community health center lawrenceville based nonprofit providing low income uninsured residents with medical and dental care to fund the next step project which provides diagnostic referrals testing and prescription medication and supplies fifteen thousand dollars to saint vincent depaul society of flowery branch to help fund direct aid for housing assistance including rent mortgage and temporary housing for barrow gwinnett and hall county families in crisis twelve thousand dollars to buford first methodist church for its sat kids hunger relief program that provides weekend food bags for children in need ten thousand dollars to well route family services formerly united methodist children's home of north georgia in gainesville which provides financial assistance for foster care development training recruitment and community building throughout jackson. Emc service area fifty five hundred dollars to wellspring living to provide furnishings and kitchen appliances. Its women's residential program gwinnett county which serves victims of sex trafficking and exploitation five thousand dollars to sky precious kids to provide resources. Gwinnett county families in financial crisis. Who are caring for children facing life threatening illnesses and disabilities through its precious health program and four thousand nine hundred seventy nine dollars to lawrenceville first baptist church for its first book club. One sixty five which will provide over twenty four hundred books to pre k. Kindergarten and first grade students at lawrenceville and win hold elementary schools jackson. Emc foundation grants are made possible by more than two hundred thousand participating cooperative members who have their monthly electric bills rounded to the next dollar amount through the operation round up program and other hundreds of churches and houses of worship in and around one at county each week on the podcast. We take the time to highlight one of them. My name's josh frazier. And i'm one of the campus pastors at greystone church with three campuses and i'm one of these or campus in tell me what specific ways is greystone helping out in the community so we partner with other missions around our community in our three locations one in loganville one in walton county and one in county. We have some co ops that we partner with several shelters that we partner with And we we. We will send people their way Multiple times a week with benevolence no such things And so if our people want to serve in any capacity we we sit in there Like for instance southeast op in gwinnett county. They're credible people So we're constantly helping them. They're helping us and d have to be a member of the church to have the ability to go volunteer to volunteer you. You don't necessarily have to be a member other. There's obviously perks to be a member of the church. You wanna partner and do life together and all his things But now you can serve in any capacity and attended church. I love that and so tell me what is a service like they're greystone. Yeah man High energy dynamic exciting Just this past sunday we celebrated twenty three baptisms at three of our campuses Those those those individuals said yes. Jesus and and publicly displayed their faith. Outwardly crashed in the waters. Baptisms awesome Dynamic worship some music you'll hear on the radio that that type of music we will throw it occasional him in there as well but We're we're very Multiethnic multicultural multi. Generational church younger church but We you know it's full throttle. There's scriptures is is preached the gospel streets throughout jesus Where nondenominational church. So he pulled from a lot of different people backgrounds rights are. I grew up. Baptist and You know there's some people who will come to the church grip charismatic. And there's cat catholics who have Who have Following jesus who are here at the church and so anyways truly is really really cool to see. What god's do here obviously down partial. because i'm on staff but I don't know. I just met you jeremy. But you know. I wouldn't waste my time to be in a place that was so It wasn't as impactful as this place is so it's really cool. If somebody wants more information where can they find you. Yeah so You can go to our website. That's got all of our information on there. It's got my information on there Grey stone church dot com a. g. r. a. y. stone church dot com instagram. Josh dot frazier. Hi i'm pegi. Sloppy peggy snappy properties wishing. Everyone a great school year this year. Last year was quite disruptive. Our living rooms doubled his classrooms. And this left many folks in gwinnett looking for more space if this has happened to you in. You're considering buying or selling a home. Call the team peggy sloppy properties. When you choose peggy slightly properties you're not choosing a realtor. You're choosing a team from your home. Search to obtaining financing to finalizing the home becoming years with mcmichael in gray are closing attorneys. Remember find us online. Anytime at psp online dot com. Hello i'm rodney. Sculthorpe and i own a one tires and more in lawrenceville. Don't break down on three sixteen on your way to again. Come get your car. 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"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on Nerdthusiast Poker Podcast

Nerdthusiast Poker Podcast

03:24 min | 4 months ago

"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on Nerdthusiast Poker Podcast

"World series of poker the gives all dick throat so number three. I've played this two years now. I haven't been able to record a cash. The fifteen hundred dollar buying monster stack. It's go on It's i think it's one of their best events because it's a freeze out and me personally. I prefer freeze out because You do have those people with deep deep pockets and it changes the the style of play If you know that you can re by a certain number of times you know you're going to be playing a little bit more risky to kind of build that big stack to make deep into the you know day tuesday threes and so on so forth But when it's a freeze out format you get eliminated. There's no rebuy on that day. Looking at this event you get fifty thousand starting chips sixty minute levels which is awesome. I played this thing and not saying you have to play You know super tight but if you if you're more than tighter side you get a ton of play And i think that's what most people want for for the money. You know what i mean like. You're putting up a decent amount of money. Fifteen hundred dollars. It's i'd say it's on the high end of like like a wreck player would afford or feel comfortable spending But you do get your money's worth as long as you don't run into a cool or early on. I remember back in like i guess it was probably like seven or eight like the torrey pines like fifty. They would give you fifteen hundred while it was ridiculous thousand chips like it was like it was absolutely ridiculous. So some of these events the did step up and instructors have increased. And that's been great. Oh so the one. Okay so jumping. So i don't confuse anyone here so the event i was thinking of I don't think he's on your list. But it is event number seventy nine on november seventeenth. It's one of the later events It's called the poker hall of fame bounty no limit tournament. It is a one thousand nine hundred seventy nine dollar-buying that's In honor of i guess the start of the whole theme Which was in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy nine So anybody that's in there That's in the whole theme that plays in that tournament. If you knocked them out you get a bounty prize. Oh nice nice. That's the one. I was thinking because people were talking about that one. That's a separate one So this event is like legit. Like i said. I've played it twice now. I i've already said. I have yet to cash in it. But you definitely get get. Your money's worth Five days it's a new a long long drawn out event but again looking at the previous chant. I can't pronounce his name. So we're gonna try. He won a million dollars in this event. So that's the dream dude like that's the windmill like seriously like that's a dream to go out there and win a mill so anything that you wanna mill and a bracelet like siamese so that that's your two which which was my third this four. Okay this is. This is one of the events that i'm actually gonna be playing when i'm out there. It's event number. Forty three thousand dollar buying double stack no limit holdem event. This is friday october. Twenty second saturday. October twenty third. It's five day event again Single reentry per flight. So it allows you to play a little bit more loose than you normally would because you'd be able to get a get another board in there and it's not brank breaking the bags if thousand dollars which is like on the low end of buy-ins you know five hundred six hundred eight hundred..

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"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on Poker Action Line

Poker Action Line

06:46 min | 5 months ago

"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on Poker Action Line

"He thinks that'll make better experience for everybody. And let me tell you something you know. I'm sure their brain trust Has seen what we've been talking about today with the The ten million guarantee of win They're seeing that response now. Obviously with you know three months to the start of this and you know hopefully situations getting a lot better throughout the country and like you said you know the the big issue is how to handle those large influx of people poker players that are coming into town They've address some serious issues from years ago. You know with early registration the tips that given on the show that you know the guest of told us You know of registering you know one in the morning twelve. You know when the lines are a lot shorter distance You know i. I tell you what i. I have a feeling that the biggest problem that they're going to have is securing enough deal. I don't even want to say quality dealers because it's just so hard. I mean you know. You're grateful that you got bodies that are there As we've discussed in previous shows a poker dealer app on our chat room and facebook. some dealers can't stand it others are saying. Hey it's great experience so teaches They all they get mistreated It's an unfortunate Circumstance that when you're not the greatest deal or know you're still breaking in you may not be treated with the you know with the kindness and respect that every human being should be treated within the political world. But there's so much pressure so many hours put in by by everybody in the you know into that's involved with it Not just from the dealers and the supervises but from the food you know everybody in that room has to be a little bit stretched because of so many people coming in right. Well we talked about last week. You asked me a question about the big fifty in what was going to happen with that while they were huge huge lines for that and they wanted to avoid that so they did not bring that tournament back they have something a little bit similar called the reunion but We'll talk about more of that in future show but he says to make the guarantee. We need the ten thousand entrance for that so we have new concerns about accommodating field sizes so that is one event that certainly will come back The big fifty with basically something for the fiftieth anniversary of the world series of poker and really no need to bring that back as far as that goes which was a huge success success and they may return to something similar in the future. But we'll see you know they're they're they're not walking on eggshells but they're certainly tiptoeing their way through Interesting because they. They don't know exactly what's going to be happening down the road in september. God forbid there's another outbreak but you know listen What we're all hoping for the best. And i honestly believe that you know it's going to be a huge success day. I mean you know. It's like. I said to win what we had here. Just a few weeks ago It's just small indicate in my opinion of what's waiting to come. you know. People are ready to travel ready to you know. Try to get back to their normal lives and that includes poker players who you know who's dreams you know like we always talk about the little guy you know the ones who save up enough money to be able to enter a couple of small tournament or multiple satellites out there to try to win their way and you know win life changing money exactly the the online portion of the series normally. The live events are kind of interspersed with a few online events. They're not gonna do that at all. They're gonna play their online events this summer starting july first and kicks off with a tournament called the big five hundred kickoff and they'll have events this summer playing through august first so that will be out of the way when they get to september thirtieth and the live world series of poker sold. Look forward to that. You know Mean i would assume. New jersey is going to be part of that. 'cause they did that do you have any idea of any of the other states have laws that there's people trying to get it done in time. Michigan is one and There'll be a few others maybe pennsylvania but we'll see Right now you can't predict what's going to happen because there's a lot of Legal red tape to go through. All right well listen. I certainly hope so for the poker players around around our country whose lives were turned upside down. What was it about ten years ago. So yeah yeah exactly Some of the other questions that stewart fielded When people are asking He said there's a bounty event called the poker hall of fame bounty it's One thousand nine hundred seventy nine dollar-buying. That's on november seventeenth it honors poker hall of fame by offering fans the chance to play against some of the game's legends. That should be a lot of fun. You'll also We know that huck seed was the only inductee last year. But we'll see if there's two players that are going this year the other big The is really combined with the fact that they are not going to be on. Espn anymore but on cbs. sports The main event usually played over three days this year. It's been cut back to two and Stewart said we never really needed three days You know we just did it to comedy programming windows on espn but cbs's different format which will only require two days of play said. It's better for the players and he didn't want to dilute the apprentice precedent deep stack nature the main event but wanted to keep the duration manageable. So he's talking because of the way he. Spn usa it where they four or five days right around there other sports and things like that but he said we did have four starting days which is more than the normal three so all that stuff You know some interesting things. I've always felt that the world series of poker has been over backwards to try to give players what they want. They're always gonna end up complaining about one thing and another but certainly we'll see what happens. And who knows if this is who knows if this is going to be the final The final reel series the series.

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"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on Poker Fraud Alert – Druff and Friends

Poker Fraud Alert – Druff and Friends

05:00 min | 5 months ago

"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on Poker Fraud Alert – Druff and Friends

"Seventy nine hundred seventy nine dollars and all about bounty is whatever your they were put in which is ridiculous. Yeah and and guess what guys got ivy you get an extra fifteen bucks twenty bucks vs knocking out You know chris ferguson or brunson you know. Yeah it's it's it's dumb. So that's that's also after the main way after the main on november seventeenth. and and. that's it for this. You blamed that danielle that moon grown blaine mud daniel for the online stuff. And for that poor guy who got banned from all caesars properties because of her but not Not this this is not her area. Maybe they walk down her office and just say moon girl. What do you think. We'll see munoz get mad at me for for for this and we're this isn't even jesus name work for them. That's a different daimiel but There's a lot of gimmickry We'll get back to that. There's that reunion of course is the covid nineteen relief thing which is a simple stupid the flip and go which i described as absurd that fails the monkey tests. And you know it's hilarious. Good friend there gene writers. When the schedule i came out we were talking that morning and she was all excited for it. Believe it no. i'm serious. She was exciting. I i just said that. Eric benson who who's a recreational player said the the thing is full of gimmickry and he doesn't like well you know what he's got enough on his plate now with all these lawsuits. He shouldn't even be playing poker to be frank with you. That's another story for another time but yeah pretty gimmicky Yeah so..

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"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on The Fives

The Fives

05:34 min | 5 months ago

"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on The Fives

"I mean doyle said that. He's going to be getting back in their firestone which is great yes. So maybe maybe this isn't event which is great You know it's it's it's. It's got a gimmick tool but it's not like something crazy you know that they're step out too far with it so i like this one You know i. I hope it's something that that they can build upon in some way shape or form in the very least you know if it draws. Well keep on schedule for years to come. Yeah the one thousand nine hundred seventy nine. Dollar-buying is a tip. The cap to the year that the poker hall of fame was founded nineteen. Seventy-nine all of the Living hall of fame members like you said are probably gonna be free rolled into it and they're gonna be bounties their bounty is dollar amount corresponding to the year that they were answer on the ground. You would be a two thousand fourteen dollar bounty. I think that's crazy. Cool ties were mentioned in a news article today that there would be some sort of last longer for the hall of famers to give an incentive to put up a being bounty which if anybody's ever been bouncing event know it can be a bit of a pain in the ass so they aren announced the single hall of fame duckie during this event. I think that's really cool. They're turning it into more of a spectacle. I was disappointed with the way that the hall things are treated the last like three or four years where it was basically an announcement on the broadcast and this shows that they're willing to do something a little bit more to celebrate that and expand on it. so tyson. Jack apple deserve tons of credit. For this i think is really cool And it's different and it's something that no one can complain about this event that the no one can be upset with them doing something or or trying to step out and i think it's it might be a good sign from the the seats at the wpa that there's some differences coming in the way things have been run. Who years passed which players have been prone complain about so. I really liked that one. I think it's great. The fifty Championship is still on the schedule straight. There's also a fifty k. P. l. biggest by ever for a pillow event at the wsb. I think that's gonna be one that brings out like the real big guts. I i love that one Being in addition there you know. I think pillow needs to you know. It's probably past due in terms of getting a little bit more love Within the poker space you know whether that be Really super high roller events that that are played. Plo tv events. that's stuff streaming. Whatever it may be..

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"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast

Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast

04:44 min | 11 months ago

"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast

"I conduct. We say an expert now so we got a question here from the audience What think he'd think is the most important competitive advantage of award pool comparing it to other e sports management platforms our ability to sort of integrate challenges in and the the key. And i think i'm gonna even read position. Our company away from each force management. It's the ability to engage the the problem with most east force platforms. Is there like turn it. Management systems right the brackets you. Chris single elimination bracket double nation. You win you lose. it's very laborious to manage. You've got you need to have a whole team people who organiz that it's not particularly service when i die. I think i'd done pretty well is created. Self service environment allows anybody to participate game in the nba involved in a fun competitive environment that scales traditional really well because it doesn't require a whole bunch of people who manage all that for you so essentially using my platform you can do the job of fifteen people with one interface. So you're you're automating. You're taking new. You're automating the job of a whole bunch bunch of people making it now. One and you're creating a new way to engage in unlock value from a high value type of user that high values or is it to now. You're you've got new way to engage them in a valuable way to you. Yeah that's interesting and you know. I talk about price sensitivity and price When in our start meant startup mentoring and whatnot. And i think it was the president or ceo of ea talked about gaming price sensitivity. And the fact that you know if you're five hours into a raid with your friends and you run out of ammo. And you have a micro transaction for extra ammo. You don't really give a damn whether that's twenty five cents or five dollars at that point because you're you're so committed honey mentioned game inc a price sensitivity. You know. the price of the game hasn't changed in twenty years. You know it's sixty nine dollars. And it's been sixty nine hundred seventy nine dollars median since one thousand nine hundred ninety s optimal price per game. Now the the reality is in..

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"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"But this Tom is to talk about is how when they left Portsmouth at the end nineteen, thirty three. And they were joined become Detroit lions they came to Detroit and they only had half a team and that's what the story times. When. I was introduced when eight took me to the reunion I was there was two tables. The one. Number one was were the actual spartan sat the original Spartan resume spart Clayton what's into Internet field and the other table was the lions crew. There was nine rookies on it teams which I did I did my research and the players. Door last game was December the third, the Portsmouth spartans nineteen, thirty three. That was their last game they. They knew what? There was nobody in the stands at the it was over. So they knew what was over and then the players are saying, where are we going to go and then Dick Richards came in who won't Wjr out right right and and he purchased the team and I've got the exact figure, seven, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, nine dollars, and eight cents he paid to to liquidate all the indebtedness of a Portsmouth. But now the players thought. Why he's going to take the whole team, we're all going to Detroit. You're going. To do what you gotta remember. Also Dutch Clark was not on that team at thirty three. He was the he was a coach at the Colorado school mine sure and who lifted in nineteen, thirty, two retired because they. Couldn't afford to so the. So all of the team sports was players are telling me that they were so happy that they're all going to be as one as a team and all coming together. Yeah we like us. We're all a team we're going to. Detroit. Didn't work that way. The word, the word came out that they were only going to take fourteen, twelve twelve we're going and the other fourteen were were going to be left behind. And that that really stirred a lot of a lot of headaches. It was very emotional I mean some of these players have been together like a team in Portsmouth the players I've been there twice they the team that city love those players, all their. Yeah they still I've been Donald Portsmouth myself in that Portsmouth spartans team is like I mean it is revered to this day they take stadium, the stadium Jamie Yeah it's like they. It's like they never lacked the stadium they last year they did a they did a a fundraiser because they had to repair some part of the building man this stadium. In the same shape as when the Portsmouth spartans in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty at the end of nineteen thirty-three it's incredible. Stadium is beautiful. Yeah and I highly recommend the people that are listening. If you ever go to Portsmouth. Yeah just go to that stadium and I'm going to give a little plug. Yeah. If you go to the river restaurant, all pictures of the words are and all the the lions. Yeah and when I was there, I saw the waitress I you know I interviewed they they didn't believe when you're eighty years old..

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"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"DOT COM against the national average of one thousand nine hundred and thirty five dollars an intergovernmental spending per America in other words Joe the federal government spends an average of one thousand nine hundred and thirty five dollars in federal tax dollars a given back to the states. Listen to this red states received. Just one thousand nine hundred seventy nine dollars. Blue States get considerably more at two thousand one hundred twenty four dollars per resident so of course liberals are always lying. The story is actually inverted. When you measure tax dollars per person which matters based on state budgets and state size. It's actually red states. That are being red states. That are subsidizing blue states. You've got the story backwards as you always do. It's always a hoax. There's always a scam. I can't even do laughing so hard last night. We Paul about this the whole thing all right enough on that you can read it. I just want to start the show. Today it's important to punk this liberal nonsense before it takes Just a quick. It's Friday I like to present some lighter stuff. President trump at the presser yesterday is asked a question about Joe Biden. Ladies and gentlemen you know I love the president but I've got to tell you yesterday. His answer about sleepy Joe during that. The Corona Virus Presser is one of the funniest things I've ever heard he's asked about Joe Biden any president. He's he's a sleepy guy. Who's not moving much? Check this out this Larry's I can't tell you what's going to happen. We have a sleepy guy in a basement of a house that the press is giving a free pass to who doesn't WanNa do debates because of covert and lots of things are happening right and I watched a couple of interviews and I say oh I look forward to this. But they're keeping them sheltered because of the corona virus and he's not moving around his that moving too much Larry. He's a sleeping Joe. He's a sleepy guy. Yeah I can't I can't it's I missed one. There's actually three takeaways. I only mentioned too sleepy guided. He's a sleepy guy in a basement. Moving around much saris Friday. It is a subset of show today. I got a lot of this stuff. So let me just get to the hoax. They quick because I don't want to be so last night. I'm sitting there with Paula and I was laughing about trump. I loved. I get into anyone who knows me my friends who listen to these words. Get in my head and I can never get about. It's I don't know what it is. It's a little. Ocd thing. I I can't and I find them hilarious and it's not I don't try to make sense of it and they'll make no sense because some of the things I do know said but the word the hoax thing has be laughing my butt off Wei me. How trump jr ever noticed this joe at oppressor like he just randomly declares hoaxes. I just love it. I mean he'll ask you questions that's a hoax. I just love it. It's the funny. I was laughing so.

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"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Mortgage and Jerry is your go to guy when it comes to getting a loan or refinance or as I mentioned in the last segment possibly doing a cash out refi or a home equity line of credit to free up some cash to be able to take advantage of some opportunities out there so I have a new property that's coming out this week and I gotta say this is the by far the best maintained cleanest home that I have listed in years I mean it is just spotless the people who live there are small business owners and they are just AnnaLynne anyway as I was looking at their home in like do we need to repaint this do we need to do that it's like oh my gosh you're home is perfect and normally I have to you know of people that own a home seven to ten years tend to accumulate a lot of stuff and I was like man you need to send this out you know there should be at least two feet between each person piece of furniture just for the photos don't make it look overcrowded and and you know it and they're like I can't tell you anything that can make your home show better than it already does and you know normally then this you know house would have would have just been inundated with with bidding wars just because you are going to find anything meter or cleaner I'm on the market for sale and it is a three bedroom two bath eighteen hundred square foot home with a swimming pool and we're putting it on the market this week at two hundred and fifty thousand in case you're interested the payment at eighty three and a half percent interest rate set fair for thirty or it wouldn't be like yeah that's her well that's it over to you that I mean if you're buying they're gonna be lower than that but if you're doing I'm buying so it is so if it's three in the quarter will put it that way at two fifty and and you would put some money down but let's just say that you you are at Adam a twenty a ten percent down payment that would leave you with the payment of nine hundred and seventy nine dollars so that the cool thing about that nine hundred seventy nine dollars is that on your very first payment three hundred sixty nine of it is going toward the payment of principal so now you're actually you know living in in a in a property for six hundred and ten dollars you know that that's just perfect with a pool and and everything so if anybody is interested in that home it's east side and like I said earlier one of the hottest zip codes in the.

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"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"For from a hundred thirty eight dollars and twenty thirteen to two thousand nine hundred seventy nine dollars and twenty eighteen one the latter went from a hundred forty dollars and twenty eleven to the same two thousand nine hundred seventy nine dollars in for ninety pills by twenty eighteen you know all of these congressmen are staring example but wow that H. I. V. cancer medication going up five thousand percent a day for HIV aids burned people hold literally are trying to stay alive in a match and going for in medication you need and then learning it being surprised by that's positive and the sad part is it it is a wonderful cure it's a great innovation and there are costs associated with that innovation and I don't disparage the drug companies from trying to make their money back from that innovation but that's why we need this closure because we need to know what really makes up back costs because someone should be able to afford that medicine whether it's for HIV aids cancer diabetes you name it if it's a life saving medication people should be able to receive it you know if you have really good insurance this might not be as big of a deal to you but in Nevada for example we've covered many times on the show the lack of adequate insurance among the bands and many other Americans is the a big concern as well it is an out of pocket costs is still a big issue so even under Medicare the average senior today at and pay upwards of fifty one hundred dollars a year in their prescription drugs under Medicare part D. so for most seniors who are living on fixed income with social security they cannot afford that that's why I proposed a bill to cap the out of pocket expenses for seniors at two thousand dollars under Medicare and we hope to be able to bring bring down the cost for all pharmaceutical drugs for all players whether it's private insurance whether it's people on Medicaid the affordable Care Act or Medicare yeah and I I am was gonna mention I just prior to this taping in the U. introduced a bill that would cap out the the pocket out of pocket prescription costs and that's the capping drug costs for seniors act what what kind of feedback are you getting on that so far for my seniors back home appreciate the fact that I'm bringing their fight to Washington DC this is what they elected me to do this issue around the high cost of out of pocket expenses and pharmaceutical drugs is the number one issue in my district and has been for more than two years well I read that that cap would affect forty six million American seniors as actor it is and we would reduce the out of pocket expense for the average senior by thirty one hundred dollars a year can you imagine what seniors could do with an extra thirty one hundred dollars you know we talked a little bit.

"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Daraprim that's medication use for HIV and cancer treatments by five thousand percent in a single day and years of pain medication example the move and do X. this both of which were relatively lower cost run shot up and costs with the former going from a hundred thirty eight dollars and twenty thirteen to two thousand nine hundred seventy nine dollars and twenty eighteen while the latter went from a hundred forty dollars and twenty eleven to the same two thousand nine hundred seventy nine dollars in for ninety pills by twenty eighteen you know all of these congressmen are staring example but wow that H. I. V. cancer medication going up five thousand percent a day for HIV aids burned people hold literally are trying to stay alive I'm trying to imagine go going for in medication you need and then learning a it being surprised by that's positive and the sad part is it is a wonderful cure it's a great innovation and there are costs associated with that innovation and I'd don't disparage the drug companies from trying to make their money back from that innovation but that's why we need this closure because we need to know what really makes up that cost because someone should be able to afford that medicine whether it's for HIV aids cancer diabetes you name it if it's a life saving medication people should be able to receive it if you have really good insurance this might not be as big of a deal to you but in Nevada for example we've covered many times on the show the lack of adequate insurance among the bands and many other Americans is a big concern as well it is an out of pocket costs is still a big issue so even under Medicare the average senior today at and pay upwards of fifty one hundred dollars a year in their prescription drugs under Medicare part D. so for most seniors who are living on fixed income with social security they cannot afford that that's why I propose a bill to cap the out of pocket expenses for seniors at two thousand dollars under Medicare and we hope to be able to bring bring down the cost for all pharmaceutical drugs for all payers whether it's private insurance whether it's people on Medicaid the affordable Care Act or Medicare yeah and I I am was gonna mention I just prior to this taping in the U. introduced a bill that would cap out the the pocket out of pocket prescription costs and that's the capping drug costs for seniors act what what kind of feedback are you getting on that so far for my seniors back home appreciate the fact that I'm bringing their fight to Washington DC this is what elected me to do this issue around the high cost of out of pocket expenses and pharmaceutical drugs is the number one issue in my district and has been for more than two years well I read that that cap would affect forty six million American seniors is that correct it is and we would reduce the out of pocket expense for the average senior by thirty one hundred dollars a year can you imagine what seniors could do with an extra thirty one hundred dollars you know we talked a little bit about your own health scare story what have you heard from your constituents about their own health scares and their own inability to afford the medications and care they need I've heard from constituents one who shared with me she has cancer arm and her medication is several thousand dollars a year and her and her husband have had to literally sell off assets in order to be able to afford the medication that she needs I was stopped at church just the other day and someone talk to me about the fact that they can actually go to their pharmacy and pay less for drugs than what it cost them on their insurance that's why this is a comprehensive issue it's not just the drug manufacturers but it's the insurance companies and the middle players that we also have to reform quickly weren't we're about out of time for this segment but will for spike what what's the support on the hill and what opposition a facing well so that has been amended into the I'm the best HR three which is the allied bank Cummings lowering prescription drug bill that bill will now go to the floor and you know what I am very confident that that's going to pass the house and I'm hopeful that the Senate will bring it up for a vote the president has said that lowering prescription drugs as a priority and so we're going to keep him at his word that he's going to work with us on.

"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Jumped into a horrible car loan because I got over excited now since then I've changed to a job that I actually really enjoy. But the pay is about fifteen dollars an hour. I'm making not a lot of money. My question is how much I need to sell the car obviously, but how much is it worth moving or to get out of the car along? Right now. I'm making the payments and struggling, I guess, to make those payments. We have Greenwich and all that stuff to take care of as well. But you know what are you on the car? Twenty-one thousand. Yeah. Does your wife work outside the home? Did until next week. She's a teacher assistant. So she only works nine months out of the year. So I picked month ago is when I seven months ago when I got the car, and everything was looking up, and I thought I'd be making money not paying attention to the summer that she's not working or the fact that I don't have that child anymore. The only twenty one it doesn't really matter how much you lose on. You've got to get rid of it. You can't afford it. Okay. You don't have the luxury of making the decision. The decisions are made for you. Yeah. Just with it for whatever I can get rid of it, or you don't mean what it wherever the value is. Hopefully you can hold onto it long enough. You don't have to sell it for fifty percent of what it's worth. Have you looked up on Kelley blue book, what it's worth? Yeah. I have about two months now at nineteen thousand Kelley blue book, say it's worth between nineteen and twenty on province Royal. Yeah. Nibbles at nineteen. No. What is it? The Volkswagen GTI you know fifteen. Limited market. Okay. Yeah, you're going to drop that puppy. So if you sell it for seventeen year four in the whole, and if you sell it for eighteen or three in the hole where you're gonna get the money. I have about two thousand five nine thousand nine hundred dollars in a savings account and other things become I got about a thousand hundred three thousand dollars which is in your, your advertising at two thousand and the whole it's probably probably gonna burn all that three. So sounds to me like your wife and you both are taking extra jobs. Okay like now. Yeah. Well, she she's play on getting a job. She she's not gonna wait around long. She can't she's trying to get another job for the summer and I'm planning on taking up another position at a different place, as well. But good you're gonna have to. I mean, you you're going to have to 'cause you can't, you can't pay these bills or otherwise because problem with his car is you can't keep it. And you gotta be able to afford to get rid of it. Right. And so, and you barely could do that. If somebody offered, you eighteen right now, you'd be rolling Nichols out of the corner of the couch to get there. Right. Yeah. And you'd be down to zero money, which scares the crap out of me. I don't know if it does you but have zero money's a real bad plan? That's one call from homelessness, so I don't want you there but yeah, you gotta get out of the car. I mean it's nightmare. It's insanity on wheels. And you know, everything about this decision was stupid, and it's just going to cost you. I mean when I do something stupid, you know, Jacob I've done plenty of stupid stuff, and it cost me money. I call it stupid tax. So you're getting ready to write a check for stupid tax. And, and the trick is to learn your lesson. And don't you know walk out a job? I can afford the payments famous last words of fools. And I've been that fool and so of you now, so don't be that fool again. And learn your lesson from it cost you only costs you three grand four grand, this time that you didn't have. And it's gonna put you in a pinch and hopefully that'll make you, you know, see your this lesson into your conscience, and you just go. No, I'm not borrowing money again ever. You know, whatever we drive we're paying cash for or we're not buying it. I hope you learned that don's weather's in Hattiesburg Mississippi. Hi, john. How are you? I'm doing good. Thank you for taking my call. And thank you favorite thing that you do. Thank you, sir. How can I help? Yes, sir. Oh, really bad situation. Twenty six hundred. And take call after taxes. And. Yeah. Yes, sir. Does about equal to what we've got about thirty thousand dollars. We all. My son. He's two. Oh my Lord. Q. And then after that she had an eight topic pregnancy, which was an emergency surgeon. Which was bullish. But we're new listener than we don't really know where to start before the end of this with a 4._0._1. with financial coach. And I just don't know. Medical bills. We do both have a car. What I what for the first thing I would tell you John, is, is that if we put a couple of things in place, I think you can tread water till you get your nursing boards past. And when you do that your household income's going to triple because you, you can make some really good money as a nurse, and you we'll get all kinds of extra jobs as a nurse temporarily. If you need to clean up some messes like this thirty thousand dollars in debt. So if we can just kind of keep you afloat for twelve months. Then then, you know that that's your like your worst case scenario. Your best case scenario is you actually make some progress on the debt during those twelve months and clean up. Some of these medical bills. So thing one is I'm gonna put you on a budget of written game plan where every dollar, that's coming in has an assignment on paper before the dollar gets to you. You and your wife sit down. Go to everydollar dot com and sit down and build yourself out of budget. It's a free budgeting tool and give every dollar an assignment before. It comes to your house that will make you feel like you've gotten a raise. You don't have a lot of wiggle room in your budget right now, you're not got a lot of money coming in. So there's not a lot of wiggle room. That's okay, you're doing something about it. You're getting a nursing degree. You pass your boards, you life is going to be better your. I see a light at the end of the tunnel forty brother, you're going to be doing fine, but that budget then any money you can squeeze out of it goal number one thousand dollars as a starter beginner, emergency fund, and then. Goal. Number two, is we're gonna lose these debts smallest to largest pay off a bunch of those tiny little medical bills, because you got a lot of seventy nine hundred seventy nine dollars stuff floating around his father in the crap out of you. You get some of those off your back then you can fight through the rest of them are hold them at bay till you get that degree and get your income out. Hang on. I'm gonna send you a copy of the book, the total money, makeover the help you..

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"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Patriots fans are still in shock and disbelief after team owner Robert Kraft was caught up and charged in a prostitution bust out of Jupiter Florida on Friday, WBZ TV's, Tiffany Chan checked in with some pats fans. Oh my God. A guy who's a billionaire. Scandal. Sports legal analyst, Michael McCann says since misdemeanor offenses craft won't likely have to appear in court at all. And if he's found guilty probably would got get any jail time. If we're looking at it, objectively that said he under the law there if he's convicted there would be one hundred hours of community service repercussions from the NFL public. However could prove to be much more harsh potentially a fine, including a suspension. Also, I imagine craft might donate money perhaps to causes that combat prostitution and human trafficking. Police down in Florida say they have videotape of Robert Kraft paying for sex acts inside the orchids of Asia day spa in Jupiter. They say he paid between fifty nine hundred seventy nine dollars for sacks craft in is these allegations. He has not yet been arrested. However, a warrant will be issued early this week the charge against craft comes amid an ongoing months-long crackdown on sex trafficking. Esp? Especially in the area surrounding Palm Beach county about two hundred arrest warrants have been issued in recent days and more are expected. Meanwhile, crafts spokesperson says they categorically deny that Mr Robert Kraft engaged in any illegal activity billionaire equity fund owner, John Childs is among the nearly two hundred people who are facing charges of soliciting in a massive prostitution and human trafficking sting operation in south Florida. He denies allegations. Seventy seven year old child is a founder of Boston based private equity firm, j w child associates. He's a very prominent. And well known donor to several Republican groups and politicians, including former house speaker Paul Ryan twenty twelve presidential candidate Mitt Romney and policy institute club for growth, New Hampshire. Police are looking for answers. After a body was located details in just a few minutes here.

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"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Health inspector is getting the credit for tipping Florida police off to a sex trafficking. Ring the led to charges against New England. Patriots owner Robert Kraft correspondent Di Muccio has more details. Police said the inspector noticed women working at orchids of Asia day spied clothing in suitcases at their workplace. It didn't take long confirm the women were living there sleeping on massage tables and cooking their meals in the back on hot plates. Many of the women spoke little English and had their passports confiscated by the employer. The ensuing. Eight month investigation has disrupted. What police are calling a multimillion dollar, human trafficking and prostitution operation. New england. Patriots owner Robert Kraft was charged in the case on Friday. His attorneys say he's innocent down in Florida say they have videotape of craft paying for sex acts inside the orchids of Asia day spa in Jupiter. They say paid between fifty nine hundred seventy nine dollars for sex craft denies these allegations. He has now been arrested. However, a warrant will be issued earlier this week that charge against Robert Kraft comes amid a months-long crackdown on sex trafficking in the area surrounding Palm Beach county more than two hundred arrest warrants have been issued in recent days and more are expected crafts spokesperson. Meanwhile, says they categorically deny Mr. craft engage in any illegal activity. Meanwhile, a transnational crime expert from Bridgewater state university says as many as eight hundred thousand young women a year from East Asia are trafficked here into America to be sex workers. They used to call them picture brides that was the nineteenth century, but these days computers and the internet have turbocharged human trafficking estimated to be a multi-billion. Industry, according to Bridgewater state university transnational crime, professor, doctor Kyung, Shik Choi Chinese. They tend to use the popular like we chat. Dr Choi says the women used to be older often. He says girls are now recruited who are in their twenties. A major city pick them up, and then sometimes take on a working in the major city, then transport to states statewide can be anywhere choice as many Chinese and South Koreans come over on student or three month travel visas, and then overstay them Bill, Marcus WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio coming up in just a few minutes here on WBZ radio. Details on the upcoming second summit between President Trump and North Korean leader, Kim, John..

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"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Fans are still in shock and disbelief after team owner Robert Kraft was recently caught up and charged in a prostitution bust out of Jupiter Florida on Friday, WBZ TV's, Tiffany Chan checked in with some pats fans by oh my God. Guy who's a billionaire. Scandal. Sports legal analyst, Michael McCann says since these are misdemeanor offenses craft won't likely have to appear in court at all. And if he's found guilty probably would get any jail time. If we're looking at it, objectively that said he under the law there, if he's convicted there would be one hundred hours of community service repercussions from the NFL and the public, however could prove to be much more harsh potentially a fine, including a suspension. Also, I imagine craft might donate money perhaps to causes that combat prostitution and human trafficking and sports analysts. Michael McCann, Seth since these are misdemeanor offenses craft likely won't have to appear in court at all. And if he's found guilty, he says there would be about one hundred hours of community service. He would also have to take a course related to sexual offenses police in Florida say they have videotape of Robert Kraft paying for sex acts inside the orchids of Asia day spa. In jupiter. They say he paid between fifty nine hundred seventy nine dollars for sex craft denies these allegations. He hasn't been arrested a warrant, however will be issued early this week the charge against craft comes amid a month-long crackdown on sex trafficking in the area. Especially surrounding Palm Beach county about two hundred arrest warrants have been issued in recent days and much more are expected crafts spokesperson says they categorically deny that Mr. craft engaged in any illegal activity. Meanwhile, billionaire equity fund owner John child is among the nearly two hundred people who are facing charges of soliciting in that massive prostitution and human trafficking sting operation in south Florida. He denies these allegations as well. Seventy seven year old child is the founder of Boston based private equity firm, j w child associates. He's a very prominent donor to several Republican groups and politicians, including former house speaker Paul Ryan twenty twelve presidential candidate mitt. Romney and policy institute club for growth coming up the very latest on a fallout.

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"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

08:56 min | 3 years ago

"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"All right. The Barclay and van camp show. Jamie Markley David van camp. Well, throw out the playbook. Everybody's got Robbins pointed this out, but it is true and it bears repeating sometimes when you're getting ready for the show you wake up in the morning, and you think okay. Well, I got this on the roster. I got this. I, you know, hey, let's talk about X Y Z, and you're thinking, well, we're going to be talking about Roger stone. We're going to be talking about Jesse small out. Of course, you got a lot of stuff a lot of moving parts, and then news breaks and everything you spend hours. Prepping. Don't matter anymore. Well, we're talking to and we'll get to other stories we will. But it's like your distracted because a multi-billionaire Robert Kraft owner of the most successful football team of a generation is caught soliciting sex in Florida. Yes. And part of a human trafficking sting. Bob Kraft is charged with two counts of soliciting someone to commit prostitution in Palm Beach county. And the cops say they have videotape of him paying for the axe inside this Asian massage parlor, the orchids of Asian day spa in Jupiter, Florida. So there's been a months long investigation into all of this. There were ten total spa. Shut down as part of this thing in Orlando Palm Beach county on the treasure coast, again Coffman looking into this for several months showing that women there were in sexual servitude. Boy, terrible terrible situation. There were two hundred arrest warrants or somewhere in that ballpark issued in recent days. More are expected and Robert Kraft was among them. It's one thing that if you're talking about him soliciting some Hooker when it's part of a human trafficking sting. Oh, yeah. And that gets into the spotlight because that is a problem across the country across the world. Yeah. Then what does the NFL do with that? You wonder you. You would think I mean come on. What's his name with the oh, I just blanked on his NBA team owner got caught on a hidden recording device. Shoot man, always the clippers owner now, I forget his name, sterling. Donald sterling. So that guy. I mean, he he was booted essentially, right? I mean kind of iced out of the league for that. Robert. I mean, yeah, I mean it was that. I mean, there was a lot of things that led to that. I mean, he was known as the worst owner in the NBA had done a lot of stupid bad things over the years. Robert Kraft has this great reputation. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But this is a criminal. I know and especially like you said if there is human trafficking going on. Man. Oh, man. And my goodness. So as the nine it right now. Right as denying it. Although the police have confirmed now they have video evidence not only have been paying, but allegedly capturing what went down. And the mental image that comes to mind. Immediately leads me to another thought, which is cops work in. This case aren't getting paid enough. Whatever they're getting paid. It is not an oh boy. It sounds like a cheap shot. But it's true. I mean craft before what are you talking about, you know, investigations things like that that he wanted to see hard evidence. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. We expect hard facts as opposed to circumstantial evidence. No, he's not talking about. This story is stories from the past. I just saying that's Deflategate, right? Or was that spy gate? That was Deflategate. Going by gate is different eroneous story coming out was really harmful. And what bothers me more about this story is where it went throughout the country where people don't know us as well. Well, they know you pretty well down in Jupiter. Don't they I think they do. They won't see this retraction. But people who know us know what we're about. Oh, gosh, man is all I got ringing between my ears is Tom Brady talking about deflate gate now. Oh, yeah. And I know that's responsible. Well, we'll keep an eye on this story. I the average cost per visit fifty nine hundred seventy nine dollars per hour. You just wonder like what is it about a guy who is as wealthy as he is? That's the psychological part that so many people have the conversation about. Dude, you have six point six billion dollars. Gate, you your life partner? Now is this thirty nine year old actress he's been with her for what seven years, I think they're still together. It's not like she's unattractive. You know, a lot of people just don't get that. Right. They're like, oh my gosh. And if you were going to money's no object, you're going to have the driver drop you off. In the strip mall where the salon is. Holy smokes. Man. Okay. Is there other news out there? Jussie smollet. Well, Jesse small lead is just thanking the Robert Kraft thing. I feel like is the story American needed this week. That's so sad to say. No. That's a terrible thing to say. I understand that. But everybody gets what I'm saying. Right there. They're like this one is not there. It's not politically a racially charged. Obviously for the women who are involved in this tragic story. I'm sure that they wind up in a situation. Like that. Of course, you're saying it's not the sort of. It's not race relations. It's it'll get turned to that white men. Well, and I'm sure it's only a matter of time for someone has this cannot take you know, that Robert Kraft is friends with Donald Trump, right? Oh, that'll probably come up. But look, I just ate. It's one of those stories also that is almost a uniting like this is a bad situation, obviously. And a lot of people in America hate the New England Patriots. So they're taking a little bit of pleasure out of this. Oh. They're taking a little bit of joy out of this. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I mean come on. We can say it's a terrible thing about society. It's true. You love to see people on top fail. And. Yeah, that probably says more about us than it. Does anything else? I get that. But it's part of just the human condition of trying to figure out this guy has it all. You needed to do that. And if you're gonna do it there in Florida are you going to try to sell to everybody? It was just that one time. I did it except the cops are like actually it was two times. We have the tape right? Separate times. Now, I desperately need to know if he paid with a cheque. That would be Justin small right there. Jussie smollet writes, a check backdated in check to the two Nigerian fellas who helped him orchestrate this hate crime hoax, and there's more coming out about that. Empires. Taken him out. You have the last two episodes or the last two episodes of the season. But he's doubling down. He is doubling down. He's saying that this was what you saw was bond forcement jumping to a conclusion and railroading and all of this stuff. He met with the cast yesterday and people who were are telling multiple media outlets that he didn't he apologized for the embarassment. But he said, I need your support. Now more than ever. I think he's going to struggle to find that support with most people. Oh, you already hear that rumblings of people on set. They're not buying it. They thought he was ready to apologize. But apparently, not then you have the Chicago police superintendent yesterday. Yeah. Who got applause from almost everybody few saying he was grandstanding and what happened to innocence before being proved guilty. And that guy was just out there raw telling it like it was also the cops don't necessarily wait for the cops are the ones making an allegation. Yes. They say we have the evidence. This is what we're saying. And prosecutors now have to prove that in court the cops make the allegations all day long. This is why we're charging this is why we arrested him. But you saw the criticism. Oh, yeah. But this Washington free beacon put together something pretty funny. It's a mash up. Jesse small. Let's interview from good Morning America. And then what the superintendent discography police department? Eddie Johnson was saying, okay. It's like, it's a it's a piece of art people need to carry. This is the truth. I'm left hanging. My head and asking why into such a disservice when you lie about things like this. Why would anyone especially an African American man? Use the symbolism of a noose to.

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"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"nine hundred seventy nine dollars" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Three D. Printer who gives you. He's lying three D. Winton list here so we get this product in your home. As soon as you need to get fired the reorder sweet and get four to your house into every party in America once we get on the will start production so we can get into as fast as awesome investments with our sales marketing engineering background now. We'll take from our backyard acting background O._J.. So I don't think that at the time recording there at fifty six percent of their goal is only four hours left as of this regarded so the super early bird addition is don't like the Board Up Twenty nine hundred seventy nine dollars U._S. so one Canadian at this time. That's why said the three D. Printer you get the setup pretty much and then what's let's see what they're big. Boy is their big ways to more on on new three four boards or pack back when before yeah you're really dropping. Do you need four. That's stupid well if you're doing a tournament but when you look at their logic you see I don't I don't hate this game. The area is a little off suggestions of how you could play head to head one versus one to versus two horse. Call Your shot make your shot Malay our favorite too big teams rapid-firing until foreign arose achieve chaotic Arctic. There's no skills yet. One four pound game board eight red cups with holes and.

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Hp, Lg and Tom Merritt discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:19 min | 3 years ago

Hp, Lg and Tom Merritt discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"These are the daily tech headlines for wednesday may thirtieth twenty eighteen i'm tom merritt plex released a redesign of its android and apps adding beta support for podcasts and more personalization options you can remove default categories now from the home screen and add new categories like ondeck and continue watching which can pick up from where you left off on other devices there are now tabs on the bottom for movies shows podcasts and more hp announced an update to the hp omon fifteen laptop with reduced bethel's eighth gen intel quad and hex core processors up to thirty two gigabytes of ram and support for invidious gt x ten seventy with max q graphics it can support four k gaming at sixty hertz h b also announced the one hundred seventy nine dollar optical sequencer keyboard it's a mechanical optical keyboard the seventy nine dollar gaming reactor mouse and the mind frame headset gaming headset with internal cooling technology yeoman fifteen arrives july twenty ninth starting at nine hundred seventy nine dollars google announced that it's project five phone service will now work with the lg seven thank you l jv thirty five thank you and moto g six previously the sim card from project fi only had full operation with pixel phones or the moto x four oculus launched the venues platform for oculus go and samsung gear.

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Motorola One Power, Android One smartphone with display notch leaks via render

Daily Tech Headlines

01:16 min | 3 years ago

Motorola One Power, Android One smartphone with display notch leaks via render

"These are the daily tech headlines for wednesday may thirtieth twenty eighteen i'm tom merritt plex released a redesign of its android and apps adding beta support for podcasts and more personalization options you can remove default categories now from the home screen and add new categories like ondeck and continue watching which can pick up from where you left off on other devices there are now tabs on the bottom for movies shows podcasts and more hp announced an update to the hp omon fifteen laptop with reduced bethel's eighth gen intel quad and hex core processors up to thirty two gigabytes of ram and support for invidious gt x ten seventy with max q graphics it can support four k gaming at sixty hertz h b also announced the one hundred seventy nine dollar optical sequencer keyboard it's a mechanical optical keyboard the seventy nine dollar gaming reactor mouse and the mind frame headset gaming headset with internal cooling technology yeoman fifteen arrives july twenty ninth starting at nine hundred seventy nine dollars google announced that it's project five phone service will now work with the lg seven thank you l jv thirty five thank you and moto g six previously the sim card from project fi only had full operation with pixel phones or the moto x four oculus launched the.

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Harvick, Busch out front at NASCAR's halfway point

America's Truckin' Network

01:27 min | 3 years ago

Harvick, Busch out front at NASCAR's halfway point

"And twenty four thousand nine hundred seventy nine dollars for his ninth place finish including fifty thousand dollars for being named sonoko rookie of the year at nascar's halfway point now it looks like a two man race title between past champions kevin harvick kyle busch they have combined to win nine of thirteen races ten of fourteen counting this month's all star race and neither expects to slow down during the second half of nascar's twentysix race regular season busch and harvick were headliners again sunday night bush led three hundred seventy seven to four hundred laps to win the coca cola six hundred charlotte harvick who had won the past two points races and the all star race was not around at the end sunday night but he did make a charge of thirty ninth the fourth over the i seventy laps before an accident took him to the garage while the rest of nascar is scrambling to make a summer playoff run harvick and bush are preparing for bigger thing bush like harvick and march one three straight races earlier this year and both teams looked capable of running off several more victories before the playoffs began in las vegas in september after thirteen races last season there were ten drivers with the victory securing them a spot in the sixteen man playoffs the dominance of harvick and bush this year means only six drivers have won races perhaps making points racing to qualify more the focus in a second half the report america's trucking network.

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