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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton the beauty of March madness is the emergence of the underdog we saw that in the Midwest region were number eleven Iowa state made it to the Sweet Sixteen by outlasting Wisconsin fifty four forty nine the cyclones won just two games last season I S. you will face tenth seeded Miami as the hurricanes eliminated number two Auburn seventy nine sixty one elsewhere south top seed Arizona needed overtime to defeat TCU eighty five eighty the other Sunday winners making it to the Sweet Sixteen for Texas tech Duke Villanova Houston and Purdue baseball the red Sox have reportedly come to terms with Rockies all star shortstop Trevor story it's a six year deal worth one hundred forty million dollars meanwhile the Phillies and slugger Kyle Schwarber have finalized a four year seventy nine million dollar contract pro football running back Rashard penny has agreed to return to the Seahawks after the two sides came to terms on a one year six point five million dollar deal first Morton AP sports

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"nine million dollars" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"nine million dollars" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Going to go up. Doesn't make any sense. Chicken bone behavior bone people like chicken bones. Yeah but you. Can you know what. I don't do it much bones. I don't i throw them in a pan and used their falling how they fell their shape. Now they fell to make decisions about my life as you still do. That doesn't make Makes sense what are you doing. I'm putting people on my wall you angled a little differently. Hold on chill yet. let's see transform. I don't have a rotate. A small amounts will you need to rotate it. Along this axis. Yeah i know. I don't think i can't that. Is you need to do a little bit of that. You do that. I don't know if i could do that. Looks good though. It does look it looks. It looks these so that piece of art. That jesse has was one point. Sixty nine million sixty nine million dollar piece of art on his back while back there. So good job on you jesse. You're a fucking baller cheese. You pull out all sixty nine. Milli have no idea. It was almost like copied and pasted. Tell me what you're doing. And i will quit my job right. Now do what you're doing two to four sixty nine million dollars with jay bag that would be that will be insane are to talk so. El salvador is pushing forward with what they're doing using pacs bull. You know lighting where she saw the lightning network is designed is doing what it was designed to do. But it's clunky right. Don't you hate that by. Is there anything you can think of in your life that something is used. You're using it exactly how it's supposed to be used but just kanchi don't use it for very long plungers right all writing. Okay clunky right. But they were great they get the clog out the water flow in bag. But they're clunky Will depart and they fall back up under there and you're like well that's gross. Because if i get been there that's shit water and i can't just pull that flange out so then i got a pool the flange out to get it back in there but then you you're will do but then you've got this doodoo water plunger and you like i guess i just put it right there next to the toilet because that's what everybody does. What else so do i rinse it off in the tub. No that's nastier That's the most nasty. So i guess i'm just gonna put this like doodoo. Water covered plunger back there behind the toilet like most everyone does wherever you're putting the plunger it's got doodoo water on it right so it's like but it works exactly as designed okay. What's another example with the opposite of that salona. Which isn't doing anything. it's not doing anything at all. It's completely frozen so i had to. We actually know what what's going on there will. According to them. They stalled out because they hit four hundred thousand transactions per second which is bullshit. You know pretty much. Everyone knows that it is but it's an interesting. Pr play here. I am. I know retail markets flowing into my chain. They don't know if it works. It doesn't it doesn't but it does. They don't know so. Let me let me put a spin on this and say that we didn't break. We were so successful. We've got shut things down in reassess our success. That's what they said. That was there on sorry speech. Four hundred thousand transactions per second four hundred thousand transactions per second. How do you get that fast. You don't they're lying. Good li- i couldn't tell nobody came in. I don't even prove wrong. I just know like wait a second. Wait wait wait. Visa does on. During christmas time the most visa processes is like fifteen thousand per second. And that's during christmas time..

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Pittsburgh Steelers' T.J. Watt Agrees to a 4-Year, $112 Million Extension

Behind the Steel Curtain

01:23 min | 1 year ago

Pittsburgh Steelers' T.J. Watt Agrees to a 4-Year, $112 Million Extension

"Get news that a deal has been agreed to in principle. Not sign but agreed to between. T. j. watt and the pittsburgh steelers. This was first broken by ian rapoport of the nfl network was also adam schefter. Espn that they have the deal in principle. I think they just have to put pen to paper. But it's agreed moving forward. Here's the deal. It's a four year extension worth just over our right around just over one hundred and twelve million dollars for tj. What would this has him as the highest paid defensive player in football now you can manipulate the numbers one way or the other to say how much it is per year. We'll get there all right. It's basically he's just over twenty eight million dollars per year from that extension and there's also eighty million dollars fully guaranteed at signing. Now we'll get into that in just a second but first i want to understand that. This is an extension so this goes on top of the deal that he already had for this year which was playing under the fifth year option where he was set to make ten points. I'm going from memory. I'm pretty sure it's ten point. Oh eight nine million dollars this

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Does Joe Biden Even Want To Be President?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Does Joe Biden Even Want To Be President?

"We don't know if you'll buy never wanted to be president or if that he was put into that position as the kind of cheap backup plan but we do know though or we can suspect as we should ask the question destroyed by president. Now right now does. Joe biden wants be president if joe biden was given a chance with one hundred sixty nine million dollars to flee america to go to the united arab emirates. I bet he'd take it. You think joe biden wants to take questions on afghanistan. no he doesn't he flees. Joe biden also has been making strange statements about how can might be taking over at anytime soon. Joe biden seems uninterested. In the fact that americans are stranded in kabul. It really does the question. Does he want to be president and usually when you prop up leaders. They don't always want to be president. They want the trappings of the president presidency. But they don't actually want to have to go through the pressure

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Biden Doesn't Believe We Could Have Gotten out of Kabul Without "Chaos"

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Biden Doesn't Believe We Could Have Gotten out of Kabul Without "Chaos"

"Will for joe biden and hit the people around him. that have never done anything successful in their life. Like lloyd austin and like mark milley the art of the fail that runs d. c. They never would think creatively enough to say. Hey can we have. Maybe set up a perimeter. Maybe we should defend kabul till all of the americans are out. Maybe we shouldn't pick an arbitrary date like september eleventh in the heart of the killing season to get out maybe we should withdraw slowly and not all at once. Maybe we should secure the cities outside of kabul. Maybe we should make sure the president. I love ghanistan. Doesn't flea with one hundred sixty nine million dollars in a puppet government cut seventy four. You said he don't think this could have been handled. This actually could have been handled better in any way. No mistakes no i. I don't think it could have been handled in a way that they're we're gonna go back in hindsight and look but the idea that somehow there's a way to have gotten now without chaos ensuing. I don't know how that

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Woman Unaware She Had $39M Lottery Ticket in Purse for Weeks

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Woman Unaware She Had $39M Lottery Ticket in Purse for Weeks

"Lottery officials say a woman in Germany carried a winning ticket in her purse for weeks without realizing it was worth about thirty nine million dollars for the band's says the forty five year old woman was the sole winner of a jewel on June nine having correctly guessed seven feels on a German lottery ticket it quoted the woman who wasn't named saying I still get dizzy at the thought that I carried the ticket in my purse for several weeks without taking a look the mother of one doesn't plan to play again those saying the wind was more than enough for my husband my daughter and me she plans to use her lucky when full to live a healthy life and do more for the environment I'm Charles the last month

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Unpacking This Year's Sovereign Grant Report

The HeirPod

01:53 min | 2 years ago

Unpacking This Year's Sovereign Grant Report

"Just how much does the monarch receive and where does income come from now over here. The queen is given a single payment each year by the british government. That's called the sovereign grant this year. That number came in at a whopping eighty five point nine million pounds that is one hundred and nineteen point nine million dollars at the current going rates or the equivalent of one pound twenty nine. Oh one dollars. Eighty per person in the uk. Because i the reason. I include this. Statistic is the sovereign grand is made up of taxpayer contributions as well as surplus revenue from the crown estate. The crown estate being the portfolio of land owned by the monarch. This is something that dates back to. You think the seventeen hundreds. It's a sort of prophecy. Business owned by the queen is run independently but it includes areas in london such as regent street and very famous line of shops in central london. And the ascot racecourse which we know. The queen is a huge fan of so it kind of makes the queen. One of the biggest prophecy magnates in the country so fifteen to twenty five percent of the prophets from the crown estates goes back into the sovereign grant and is paid to the queen and not money will then fund the royal activities engagements duties for her majesty as well as paying for the upkeep of the occupied royal palaces that's buckingham palace james's palace kensington palace windsor castle and the royal mews enroll products at hampton

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Ever Wonder How the Queen Makes Her Money?

The HeirPod

01:59 min | 2 years ago

Ever Wonder How the Queen Makes Her Money?

"Just how much does the monarch receive and where does income come from now over here. The queen is given a single payment each year by the british government. That's called the sovereign grant this year. That number came in at a whopping eighty five point nine million pounds that is one hundred and nineteen point nine million dollars at the current going rates or the equivalent of one pound twenty nine. Oh one dollars. Eighty per person in the uk. Because i the reason. I include this. Statistic is the sovereign grand is made up of taxpayer contributions as well as surplus revenue from the crown estate. The crown estate being the portfolio of land owned by the monarch. This is something that dates back to. You think the seventeen hundreds. It's a sort of prophecy. Business owned by the queen is run independently but it includes areas in london such as regent street and very famous line of shops in central london. And the ascot racecourse which we know. The queen is a huge fan of so it kind of makes the queen. One of the biggest prophecy magnates in the country so fifteen to twenty five percent of the prophets from the crown estates goes back into the sovereign grant and is paid to the queen and not money will then fund the royal activities engagements duties for her majesty as well as paying for the upkeep of the occupied royal palaces that's buckingham palace james's palace kensington palace windsor castle and the royal mews enroll products at hampton court. Which as its name would suggest. As many of queen's

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"nine million dollars" Discussed on The Argument

The Argument

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"nine million dollars" Discussed on The Argument

"So lenny and i agree on a couple of key points. I officers never pay joanna schwartz. Ucla la expert. I mentioned in a study where she looked at some nine million dollars punitive damages. That were awarded against officers and found that they didn't pay a penny toward that. I'm the other side of the ledger. You've got a family. That has lost a child and parent sibling a loved one. Nothing's gonna make them whole but in this country. We've decided the way that we re dressed. Those harms the way the knowledge that something bad has happened. Is we pay damages and so to say this is just about money is to say this is just about the way that the court system holds people accountable for wrongs that have happened. But lemme sing. I think actually tips the equitable balanced against qualified immunity. Because you compare the whose not paying a penny out of pocket against the grieving family. It's short field. Tough to justify quantum unity. I think that for me this issue is like getting money is still a big deal and even if it is just money that still saying that like this was wrong. This is how much money to say. This is wrong. But here's your problem. People have come across the idea that if we eliminate qualified immunity it will change policing i note these movements around the country i've only been participating massachusetts movement for police reform and statutorily so the biggest item that's happened. Here is creating a commission to oversee internal affairs to look at officer behavior and they have the power to these certified officers. That's meaningful change. If you went off says held accountable. That's a real change but focusing on qualified immunity which will not achieve it. It will not just about money. It's not gonna change policing but i think there are a lot of different pieces to this debate. If i were in charge of everything. I want to change police training. I want to change the both simultaneous over policing and underplay saying how police respond to people in the midst of mental health crises. There's a lot here to do qualified. Immunity represents a piece of how this works. This is a part of the overall police reform conversation. I certainly don't feel like and. I don't think anyone feels like police. Reform is going to happen just by eliminating qualified immunity. There's all kinds of other things that need to go. The need to change but eliminating qualified immunity. Does these two things right. The first is it provides address the families and the second thing.

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"nine million dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"nine million dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

"An eight dollar grilled cheese sandwich. Remember remember eight bucks for grilled cheese sandwich. But that's exactly the that combination is why i personally did not want to be here. It was the tech bros. Coming in talking about their specs stepping over the homeless people not really caring prices going through the roof. And so you know what's next is going to be overrun with homeless. They still have not changed. Anything in austin they. They're talking about a three year three to five year plan to purchase enough housing for the house in order to to fulfill the reinstatement of the camping ban. They haven't moved anybody by any housing at all with the rates. Taken it over there while they're buying the they just bought a hotel and they had a budget up to nine million dollars. It's a it's a four million dollar piece of property and they paid nine million dollars for it. it remember. Mayor is a is a real estate attorney at this stinks to high hell with these people. Doing everything is political. It's disgusting so austin will become san francisco. I'm sorry to say it. So we're leaving reentering the state of texas. That's how we view it. And with that i'd like to actually becoming a texas. I'd like to thank you for your courtesy in the morning to you. The man who put the sea in the cbs government news. John c devora anymore. You mr adam. Also in the morning of the ships is seeing the bit feet in the air and the subject of one of the nights. Out in the morning to the trolls. The troll room hands up trawls corning someone. I can't do it. I'm logged in to get it and one thousand nine hundred forty six. That's pretty good for sunday. Oh no eighteen. And eighteen's for sunday typically. No no no sundays where you get the twenty two Well they go darn it well anyway. We'll take these sub two thousand trolls and say in the morning to them. They are hanging out in the troll room. You can find that at no agenda stream dot com where they are now all listening to this show live. They listen to dare no kneel before that and the last night i think who was on last night but there's always a live show if not you get a test running. Everyone can hear it at the same time. You don't have to go in there and chat around troll troll your fellow trolls or follow us at no agenda social dot com be adam at no agenda social dot com. Were johnny divorce. Could no agenda. Social dot com. You can no longer sign up for an address but you can follow us from any Mastodon server which are typically free to sign up. And if you can't find one that you like you can make on yourself. You can get one hosted for five dollars a month or federate from your own instant such as justice warrior dot social. We have a new one. Finally justice warrior dot social federated completely with no agenda social dot com. That is only way we'll be able to Build out this The social network and and people keep saying well. Why don't we just donate money in and we'll keep it running and to them. I say you are not a dude named ben. No idea where. You're talking about one hiccup one glitch. Anything goes down. Who's going to that. The amount of data that we're storing it's off the hook you do not want centralized systems just just as warriors dot com dot social is Is a new one to sign up to the c can feel those guys up so we get another one and while we're at it let's say in the morning to the artists for episode one thousand three hundred and fifty four. We titled that one fax for tax and there wasn't much discussion over this piece of art which was done by radwan x. Showing the covid nineteen vaccine jab by date as july fourth. Twenty twenty one. It kind of hit all the boxes for us. It was very nice piece. What was interesting is that it kinda predicted stories today. We had this deadline to right the expiration date. Now a lot of people did facts for hacks but we really liked that as a title and so we try to keep the title and the artwork separate will we. We should explain that if somebody can came up with a terrific Mind riffing we would have bumped title but art for facts was not that good. No one else. You had the There were several nothing quite there. What else do we have. We had the acme cova testing kit which you used in the newsletter We kind of liked kenny bins Vaccine ship to africa with the expired stamp on it was good. I liked darren's gitmo nation variants but like the the box with the bat on the side. Yeah that's the acme. Kobe test all yet. That's when you used a newsletter. Yeah only later. Did i see the obama as karl marx. I hadn't seen that one. I might have mentioned have mentioned that one that i've seen it as a really good. That's pretty good. More affectionately nailed it. Sure did i there so much that came by on the last show art wise and if you are using a podcast two point oh compatible podcast app. You can see that right now Some sometimes even link. It'll take you somewhere. You can see the transcript. You can search the transcript looking for that perfect spot in the show. You wanted to play to someone. You can make clips is are just a few of the i think by now. Twenty different improvements. We've made the podcasting try new podcast app. Today go to new podcast. Apps dot com. You probably won't be disappointed. He said with a great marketing pitch. And now let's thank the people who brought us Much joy by supporting the show with some of their treasure are executive producers and associate executive producers for episode. One thousand three hundred fifty five. Okay let me. I'm digging up some emails for some people that That well do you want me to start it off. Then and get us go. No i i can do. I got ones i need. I'll tell you to take it. You're actually you can take the baronet. Let me do the anonymous freight dog okay. One three five five zero one dollars. Freight dog comes in from parts unknown. It looks Longtime listener yada yada yada please. Deduce spend deed was to be A freight dog so actually right now. He's only non imas freight dog. But he'll be sir adding a penny for the jar. Adam stay safe. Keep up the great work. Love peace in here greece right now. He's also a rare episode club member. Yes less rare for some reason. Nowadays reasons unknown to me yes. I love it when people do that. So a special double credit and a nice thing later on looking forward to it. Then we have nes- laura from dale ville virginia five hundred twenty three seventy interesting number almo- happy almost flag day. It's like day you know when somebody said that. I think.

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"nine million dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"nine million dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

"An eight grilled cheese sandwich. Remember remember eight bucks for grilled cheese sandwich. But that's exactly the that combination is why i personally did not want to be here. It was the tech bros. Coming in talking about their specs stepping over the homeless people not really caring prices going through the roof. And so you know what's next is going to be overrun with homeless. They still have not changed. Anything in austin they. They're talking about a three year three to five year plan to purchase enough housing for the house in order to to fulfill the reinstatement of the camping ban. They haven't moved anybody by any housing at all with the rates. Taken it over there while they're buying the they just bought a hotel and they had a budget up to nine million dollars. It's a it's a four million dollar piece of property and they paid nine million dollars for it. Our mayor is a is a real estate attorney at this stinks to high hell with these people. Doing everything is political. It's disgusting so austin will become san francisco. I'm sorry to say it. So we're leaving reentering the state of texas. That's how we view it. And with that i'd like to actually becoming a texas late. I'd like to thank you for your courtesy in the morning to you. The man who put the sea in the cbs government news. John c devora anymore. You mr adam. Curry so in the morning of the ships is seeing the bit feet in the air and the subject of one of the nights out in the morning to the trolls. The troll room hands up gonna candidate corning someone. I can't do it. I'm logged in to get it and one thousand nine hundred forty six. That's pretty good for sunday. Oh no eighteen. And eighteen's for sunday typically. No no no sundays where you get the twenty two Well they go darn it well anyway. We'll take these sub two thousand trolls and say in the morning to them. They are hanging out in the troll room. You can find that at no agenda stream dot com where they are now all listening to this show live. They listen to dare no kneel before that and the last night i think who was on last night but there's always a live show if not you get a test running. Everyone can hear it at the same time. You don't have to go in there and chat around troll troll your fellow trolls or follow us at no agenda social dot com be adam at no agenda social dot com or johnson. Divorce i could no agenda social dot com. You can no longer sign up for an address but you can follow us from any Mastodon server which are typically free to sign up. And if you can't find one that you like you can make on yourself. You can get one hosted for five dollars a month or federate from your own instant such as justice warrior dot social. We have a new one. Finally justice warrior dot social federated completely with no agenda social dot com. That is only way we'll be able to Build out this The social network and and people keep saying well. Why don't we just donate money in and we'll keep it running and to them. I say you are not a dude named ben. You have no idea where. You're talking about one hiccup one glitch. Anything goes down. Who's going to that. The amount of data that we're storing it's off the hook you do not want centralized systems just just as warriors dot com dot social is Is a new one to sign up to the c can feel those guys up so we get another one and while we're at it let's say in the morning to the artists for episode one thousand three hundred and fifty four We titled that one fax for tax and there wasn't much discussion over this piece of art which was done by radwan x. Showing the covid nineteen vaccine jab by date as july fourth. Twenty twenty one. It kind of hit all the boxes for us. It was very nice piece. What was interesting is that it kinda predicted stories today. We had this deadline to right the expiration date. Now a lot of people did facts for hacks but we really liked that as a title and so we try to keep the title and the artwork separate will we. We should explain that. If somebody can came up with a terrific mind riffing we would have bumped the title but art for facts was not that good. No one else. You had the There were several nothing quite there. What else do we have. We had the acme cova testing kit which you used in the newsletter We kind of liked kenny bins Vaccine ship to africa with the expired stamp on it was good. I liked darren's gitmo nation variants but like the the box with the bat on the side. Yeah that's the acme. Kobe test all yet. That's when you used a newsletter. Yeah only later. Did i see the obama as karl marx. I hadn't seen that one. I might have mentioned have mentioned that one that i've seen it as a really good. That's pretty good. More affectionately nailed it. Sure did i there so much that came by on the last show art wise and if you are using a podcast two point oh compatible podcast app. You can see that right now Some sometimes even link. It'll take you somewhere. You can see the transcript. You can search the transcript looking for that perfect spot in the show. You wanted to play to someone. You can make clips is are just a few of the i think by now. Twenty different improvements. We've made the podcasting try new podcast app. Today go to new podcast. Apps dot com. You probably won't be disappointed. He said with a great marketing pitch. And now let's thank the people who brought us Much joy by supporting the show with some of their treasure are executive producers and associate executive producers for episode one thousand three hundred fifty five. Okay I'm digging up some emails for some people that Well do you want me to start it off. Then and get us go. No i i can do. I got ones i need. I'll tell you to take it. You're actually you can take the baronet. Let me do the anonymous freight dog okay. One three five five zero one dollars. Freight dog comes in from parts unknown. It looks Longtime listener yada yada yada please deduce spend deed douched was to be A freight dog so actually right now. He's only anonymous freight dog but he'll be sir adding a penny for the jar. Adam stay safe. Keep up the great work. Love peace in here greece right now. He's also a rare episode club member. Yes less rare for some reason. Nowadays reasons unknown to me yes. I love it when people do that. So a special double credit and a a thing later on looking forward to it. Then we have baronets laura from dale ville virginia. Five hundred twenty three seventy interesting number almost happy almost flag day. It's like day. You know when somebody said that. I think.

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"nine million dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"nine million dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

"An eight dollar grilled cheese sandwich. Remember remember eight bucks for grilled cheese sandwich. But that's exactly the that combination is why i personally did not want to be here. It was the tech bros. Coming in talking about their specs stepping over the homeless people not really caring prices going through the roof. And so you know what's next is going to be overrun with homeless. They still have not changed. Anything in austin they. They're talking about a three year three to five year plan to purchase enough housing for the house in order to to fulfill the reinstatement of the camping ban. They haven't moved anybody by any housing at all with the rates. Taken it over there. Well they're buying the. They just bought a hotel and they had a budget up to nine million dollars. It's a it's a four million dollar piece of property and they paid nine million dollars for it. It remember mayor is a is a real estate attorney at this stinks to high hell with these people. Doing everything is political. It's disgusting so austin will become san francisco. I'm sorry to say it. So we're leaving reentering the state of texas. That's how we view it. And with that i'd like to actually becoming a texas. I'd like to thank you for your courtesy in the morning to you. The man who put the sea in the cbs government news. John c devora anymore. You mr adam curry. So in the morning of the ships is seeing the biffi in the air and the subject of one of the nights out in the morning to the trolls. The troll room hands up trawls corning someone. I can't do it. I'm logged in to get it and one thousand nine hundred forty six. That's pretty good for sunday. Oh no eighteen. And eighteen's for sunday typically. No no no sundays where you get the twenty two Well they go darn it well anyway. We'll take these sub two thousand trolls and say in the morning to them. They are hanging out in the troll room. You can find that at no agenda stream dot com where they are now all listening to this show live. They listen to dare no kneel before that and the last night i think who was on last night but there's always a live show if not you get a test running. Everyone can hear it at the same time. You don't even have to go in there and chat around troll troll your fellow trolls or follow us at no agenda social dot com be adam at no agenda social dot com or johnson. Divorce i could no agenda social dot com. You can no longer sign up for an address but you can follow us from any Mastodon server which are typically free to sign up. And if you can't find one that you like you can make on yourself. You can get one hosted for five dollars a month or federate from your own instant such as justice warrior dot social. We have a new one. Finally justice warrior dot social federated completely with no agenda social dot com. That is only way we'll be able to Build out this The social network and and people keep saying well. Why don't we just donate money in and we'll keep it running and to them. I say you are not a dude named ben. You have no idea where. You're talking about one hiccup one glitch. Anything goes down. Who's going to that. The amount of data that we're storing it's off the hook you do not want centralized systems just just as warriors dot com dot social is Is a new one to sign up to the c can feel those guys up so we get another one and while we're at it let's say in the morning to the artists for episode one thousand three hundred and fifty four. We titled that one fax for tax and there wasn't much discussion over this piece of art which was done by radwan x. Showing the covid nineteen vaccine jab by date as july fourth. Twenty twenty one. It kind of hit all the boxes for us. It was very nice piece. What was interesting is that it kinda predicted stories today. We had this deadline to right the expiration date. Now a lot of people did facts for hacks but we really liked that as a title and so we try to keep the title and the artwork separate will we. We should explain that if somebody can came up with a terrific Mind riffing we would have bumped the title but art for facts was not that good. No one else. You had the There were several nothing quite there. What else do we have. We had the acme cova testing kit which you used in the newsletter We kind of liked kenny bins Vaccine ship to africa with the expired stamp on it was good. I liked darren's gitmo nation variants but like the the box with the bat on the side. Yeah that's the acme. Kobe test all yet. That's when you used a newsletter. Yeah only later. Did i see the obama as karl marx. I hadn't seen that one. I might have mentioned have mentioned that one that i've seen it as a really good. That's pretty good. More affectionately nailed it. 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You're actually you can take the baronet. Let me do the anonymous freight dog okay. One three five five zero one dollars. Freight dog comes in from parts unknown. It looks Longtime listener yada yada yada please. Deduce did spend deed was to be A freight dog so actually right now. He's only anonymous freight dog but he'll be sir adding a penny for the jar. Adam stay safe. Keep up the great work in here greece right now. He's also a rare episode club member. Yes less rare for some reason. Nowadays reasons unknown to me. Yes well. I love it when people do that. So a special double credit and a a thing later on looking forward to it. Then we have nes- laura from dale ville. Virginia five hundred twenty three seventy interesting number almost happy almost flag day. It's like day you know when somebody said that. I think.

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"nine million dollars" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"nine million dollars" Discussed on ESPN FC

"On spending and keep trying to win. I applaud that. It can't be that stan. Kroenke opens up a stadium in his home country. North america in beautiful denver. Colorado doesn't show up for the opening. I don't know if he's ever set foot in the stadium that he opened of the team that he owns. It is what it is a major league soccer. And i understand the frustration from don garber. And i understand as the commissioner how that's a shot you're taking one of the owners but show me the line. It's a salary cap league right there. We're already trying to control costs and the salary cap this. Here's what four point. Nine million dollars you compare that to the nba nfl nhl. Any major sport here in the united states it's a drip in the bucket. So mls owners are the big spenders. That don garber in that quote at least might want to make them out to be her also think there are some cheapskate owners. And i know it. Because i'm in washington. Dc and. i don't know if you remember the story because it came out a few months ago in the athlete but some great reporting by pablo mauer dc. United had its front office. Staff doubling as surveillance at night of audi field during the pandemic. if that ain't clipping coupons turk what is that's one of a thousand examples Teams cut out there academy programs. What does it didn't these united didn't they just haven't evaluation. How much is this united worth now. So yeah mark ingram bought into the team and they said seven hundred million dollars the Report evaluation of these united. Never have we have heard an exaggeration in american soccer before speaking of exaggerations in american soccer a lot of people said that on this show last week. We were exaggerating. We hit out of this with all this messy to inter miami. Get ahead of yourself. Guess what you ask. The guy in charge you as a commission about messy to major league soccer. What do you have to say don. All types of stars are linked to major league soccer all the time this just happens but messy to inter miami has been linked recently. What a player of mris caliber do for the league. Melissa messy is. He's got right messy is like the great player in our generation Goat if you will so know in my opinion right. I think most people have their own version of who the goat is but you know obviously when players like that are talk talking about major league soccer. It's good for our league but at the end of the day and when you were in the league the league at a different strategy right we needed to bring in players that tend to have been at the end of their career and now we have you know however many players i think it was twenty of the players that beat mexico in the nations league. Final came up moss academies. i'd rather see our owners go deep into ensuring the creating a christian pulisic ensuring that they're playing comp- creating all the great players that have come through our county a canadian and alfonso davies. Right a great player like mckinney. Who came through fc dallas and if a messy can fit in their great but that should not be arm narrative. Narrative is what we're doing to develop great world class players. I'm glad you brought that up because a messy coming in at the thirty six thirty seven years of age when major league soccer's actively trying to shed this retirement league image. Does that matter. It does matter who but you know. It's funny. I've been dealing with this for since before we had designated players and i remember everybody saying boy. David beckham was over the thirty one years old. You played i think so you thirty seven all come on. I played thirty. Four hundred thirty four okay. So but you're still playing. And i thought you were pretty darn good was okay so i think when you start seeing how there are certain players that could compete at a level. They're just. i mean tom. Brady's pretty old guy right and look. This is npr super bowl. Look at ebro. so abra comes here. And people say he's retiring and then he's starring in europe so i don't think you could put a tag on age. I think it's about the broader narrative. Are we using our resources to bring in only older players at the end of their career or having a set example of a couple of them and if they're great players in their over thirty years old that that's great but our core investment should be on developing young players and bringing an exciting players whether they're from south america or the other parts of the world that could thrill inspire and drive our audiences. Don garber him on this topic anyway. Singing from the same hymn sheet a little bit. Here's so i to say about it. I'm optimistic messy will play an inter miami shirt because i think it will. I can't say this to the strip is complete the legacy of the greatest player in our generation. And we'll meet the ambitions of the owners of inter miami to build a world class team Hurt does messy need to play in pink to.

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"nine million dollars" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"nine million dollars" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

"Dr fauci morning adrian The nih a pretty long time and it seems to me that during tenor our ability to control infectious diseases hasn't improved but in fact worse and and even basic tell us the tips such as you can't use antibiotics to treat viral infections has not been adequately communicated to the public because for instance people will come in to mandating an antibiotic for a common cold which or any other viral infection which has certainly served to Create more resistant strains not seeing that. This has anything to do with this particular. Sars epidemic but Don't you think it's time that you step down and let someone else who has a more effective message. actually no. She wasn't if i want to step down. People have been trying to come at you bro for years that sounded like a disgruntled former employee. That knows what she's talking about like. Don't you think it's time to go away. It sounds like everyone i know. Now yeah yes. I pretty much know. It sounds like actually it's the opposite. Who created you five months ago if you didn't hang on his every word because people if you don't worship the ground that he walks on. I don't know if you saw this. But i think the babylon crawl but yes scamper. I think the battle on be actually jokingly said like you know that i m science and did like a foul cheap parody of that if we can find that somewhere and now he's actually coming out and if you're checking your tagging sign so you just can't make this up he's trying to parody and he can't. He's been on a judge dredd marathon. I ended science like no. I don't have a problem with science. I have a problem with you and by the way to be clear. We've talked about the money trail with with covid pouching. I don't always want to attribute nefarious motives when maybe he's just so incompetent that it boggles the mind but in two thousand five foia requests revealed that patients who took part and trials had no idea that the scientists received almost nine million dollars in royalty payments could benefit financially from pharmaceutical companies..

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"nine million dollars" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"nine million dollars" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"Tech guy to learn for sure well. He was a ceo of an oil of a software company in the oil and gas space. And so what his and who came out he came up as just a you. Know an analyst in that company of a young guy and took that company From where it was at a million or two million dollars a year company to multiple Seven eight nine million dollars revenue all one piece of software so they would go out and it'd be a hundred thousand dollar sale but what this software did was monitored oil and gas trades around the world and so if you were in dubai and you loaded your oil on a boat and then by the time it got into the trucks. What was the loss of that. What was the change in the price of oil as it was loaded into by got to wherever it's going you know all of him and all of these different pieces of the equation that you needed to calculate in order to tell a story about you know what what the value product was and so they sold the ex- on They sold to all of The the big oil companies and so to have him a some running my numbers again. Even tell you the level of comfort. It's brought the business. Because i i trust it. I know that what i'm looking at is israel but the value add to person like that is he can tell you the trends around your business and see if you know these things that that the numbers are are the story that they're telling him for you. You're you're more the the visionary the guy that creates an has division italy's the guy that makes it happen. Yeah i can build strategy around the vision as well like i understand where we need to be what we need to be learning the the the directions we need to be able to head in order to build a company that is either can be acquired or You know at at at least stable in in In a space and so You know those components coupled with somebody who's got a very analytical brain but is also creative You know and then and then to have that third piece with Jock who can who can write and marketing side. Yeah we leave him alone completely. Just a right so we can. You know. I take care of the ad side and creating the the different content around whether it's facebook ads or as we push out into native with a few these offers wool collaborate aloft on the landing pages and and strategies there. So if you do that yourself or do you work with some agencies. No we brought it all in house. We have worked with never worked with an agency for native. We've had direct one one partnerships. I am not a fan of the agency model i would. I would rather work exclusively with one person and line their pockets for us. I don't care what you do. You have to be return on investment and what we've found with the agency approaches that They don't love your stuff as much as you love your stuff and You you end up just being a number. Where the pitches. Here's here's a certain dollar on. We were percentage will take on your ad spent i you not to take anything on my ad. You can take something on her prophets in if if you're profitable. If not then i don't really wanna do business. So we've we've been able to make these relationships along the way have been very lucrative for the person who has that skill set and so in order to grow the business. I wanted to bring that That skill set in house. And so that we can. We can have that predictability around those different Different pieces of of traffic can acquisition. So sounds like a couple of your big tires was the ceo and then a media buyer while it was yours truly hiring. Yeah i really felt like as a ceo. It was necessary on some level to have an understanding of the mechanisms. And be able to to say okay. This is what it means when we're paying this much seep on facebook knesset's what it means. You know when when the cpr on landing pages native is at this level. I wanted to have that Cord understanding so that when we do bring in a media we can actually have that conversation. I understand that is being conveyed in a way that's meaningful so i wanted to have the core confidence he built. Then yes we'll we'll we'll hire somebody to make sense like a general contractor somebody. Somebody might be a better roofer than them but they've know how it works not the best shah on my team. I understand this. But i could build a plan and that was my strength around. You know tactics back. In the day i didn't you know wasn't the strongest guy on the team. I certainly wasn't the fastest. A good shop. I wasn't the best shot I knew what my snipers capabilities were. But i wasn't a sniper. i don't need to be. I just need to have an understanding of the role and function be able to speak their language and be able to apply them across a larger strategy. Would be your number one tip for somebody in business man. There's just so many number on tests. I would say depending on on this is let's say but if you're in the role of ceo Your job is to build leaders if you're just learning You know business as a whole. No your numbers know those are.

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"nine million dollars" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"nine million dollars" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Your fault scher livia. Why is it my fault back. Well you say that the lakers win in seven. And i think that is being the lakers. Lee can oh wait for a game. Seven that he has to be five or six livia. Michael said they were going to win in four. Yeah i said they were going to win and five. I wouldn't say no. I agree five four six. I thought because seven if we get to game seven then the other team says oh anybody can win. You gave them too much respect. Yes i not. I don't know exactly. But yeah. I mean honestly guys i just want to call because i listen to you every day and morning and i just wanted to do. People actually care about the lakers. As much as i do my door off this morning from one to ten. How was your mood our you and i from what i say. I'm devastated. And maybe not saved by. Yes i like very very very sad i can talk to you guys and say that i You and i'm so diller mazing going to the game all right go next year more normal. Thanks thank you. Hey to her point mace. What people forget sometimes is that this is a laker and a dodger town. No question probably in that order. But then there's a huge separation for who's ever third. It's probably one of the nfl teams. Probably the rams because it's not the chargers football when they're good is in there. You said basketball when they're good. But there's a huge gap between lakers dodgers. And everybody else. Yep they really do set. The mood of the city is point. If you're a sports fan and most of us are on a day like this you feel like you oeste friend. Or you lost something or tommy lasorda. Used to say every time you lose a little party you dies especially when you think you have a championship team and i did and you did. And so if you think you've got a championship team and it fizzles out which is what happened. Last night there is a feeling of loss. And i think that's what everybody's going through today. Yeah and you know the problem with it is actually. We'll hold that eight seven seven seven ten. Espn it is a group therapy session. The lakers have all the sudden been eliminated from the twenty twenty one. nba playoffs. They lose game six last night at staples center Giving you a chance to To call in and like a libya grieving with us grieving with us mason ireland seven. Espn you know. The problem is john. Is it happened so fast right. It's like you're in the playoffs. And then all the sudden bam it's over and you're left with this void like for example tonight the The clippers are going to play. And i'm rooting like hell against the clippers. But i don't have any appetite for nba basketball right now. That's interesting question like it's my favorite league. Obviously and i wonder how much now i'm gonna watch like i'm like you. I'm gonna watch this game tonight. I think the milwaukee brooklyn series is really ears. But am i gonna watch portland phoenix. Nope probably not nope not i. It's just it's it's hard when you're not in it like you become accustomed to you know what we were here for. Six years without being in the playoffs. Yeah so ignores learn be done. It can't be that was worse. we're in it. Every year. we won the championship. We have iran. we have lebron. You know we have the most fun. Gotta watch yeah. It's it's disappointing. It's over yeah. The immediacy of it is is that by the way so the lakers are going through exit interviews right now. Yeah and mantras heralds up there in somebody just asked him harrelson interesting story because the lakers gave him a two year. Eighteen million dollar deal with a player. A second year is his option right. Yeah is mantras harrell's option so he can either opt in and take it which means he'd be guaranteed nine million dollars or you could go to free agency where he would have to have a team that would be willing to pay him at least that if he didn't want to take a cut so somebody asked him how he felt about that. And here's what herald said. I'll just read it. I can't read it as cool as he does. But he says brother man. You're digging a little bit too. Deep into what. I don't have answers to nice. Try but like i told you man. The game ended just last night. I'm about to go home and be a dad. You want to know about that. You can ask questions but as far as my future with being lakers player. We'll worry about that later. When free agency time rolls around brother he worked brethren three times passive. That's impressive so he sounds undecided. About what you. And again the. If i was him and i just got sat for the first round of the playoffs. That'd be like I don't think they're using the right way. I don't think i'm getting the run. I deserved right. But what if your agent says okay you can opt out but you're next season salary. If you opt out is more likely to be five million well then obviously then you don't opt out or were maybe not i. I've always said. I would probably take less money to be happy. Yeah but he's playing with lebron he's playing with a d. I mean he's got a chance to go to the finals. Every year is here. I just think guys want their run. Yeah guys want to run and some of these guys coming out of the meetings. I saw wes matthews just came out. He says i'd like to stay with the organization. I wouldn't mind with matthew team. He's on a really affordable contract. He doesn't you don't have to play a major minutes and i thought he had some you know for for a fifteen minute a night guy for that salary for two three million a year. I know i wouldn't mind wes. Matthews would you You know it's going to depend on how these pieces wes. Matthews did not hit big shots when we needed big shots occasionally did but we need. We really need. This is the thing that we didn't have. We did not have shot makers especially in the playoffs. Yeah i mean. We just did not saying last year in the playoffs. All those guys found there especially casey p. Yet found his shot but this year so just had his exit interview he says hopefully we can return and continue a great partnership. But that's obviously for a later date. Now he's an unrestricted free agent. Right and word on him is that they think he's going to get a pretty decent deal like his deal might be like four years thirty six. So do you want to pay alex that too key. I love i love her. So what one thing that rob pulling has shown number one. He's not afraid to tinker and he's got a good feel for this for the most part about what he can do and what he can't do so so you gotta let them get in the lab and see what happens. Here's go ahead. I was just going to get to julian in long beach. Julian you're on ten. Espn hey guys. how're you doing. Good gillian what's better Just lewd on what you guys are saying. I kind of agree that they kind of need to just.

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Ex-UCLA Doctor Faces Additional Sexual Abuse Charges

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Ex-UCLA Doctor Faces Additional Sexual Abuse Charges

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a former UCLA doctor faces additional sexual abuse charges new criminal charges have been filed against former university of California Los Angeles gynecologist James heaps Los Angeles Times reported Monday after a grand jury's indictment was unsealed heaps was taken into custody Monday on one point one nine million dollar bail according to the newspaper scores of patients accuse heaps of sexual assault and sexual misconduct between nineteen eighty three and the twenty eighteen in November the university of California system agreed to was seventy three million dollar settlement in a class action lawsuit heaps has pleaded not guilty to charges involving seven women hi Mike Rossio

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How Band Royalty is Revolutionizing Music Through NFTs

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:12 min | 2 years ago

How Band Royalty is Revolutionizing Music Through NFTs

"This is a new world which is why we're talking about how noble specifically and ban royalty is literally going to be revolutionizing music. So i wanna kind of dive right into that noble right now with all the different music and teas that are coming out and for people again. I told you this might be a a to listeners. You can really wrap your head on everything we're talking about. But i do have a resident expert on this topic. Who will be hearing from very soon. Of course joel. Comm talked about in the introduction in you heard from yesterday of course on the episode but with all the music and tease which are non. Fungible tokens coming out. I mean people are the opportunity with nf in the music world. What specifically did you do. Noble to make band royalty special gloss over what we musicians are doing in the in. The non fungible token space. You know the idea of creating a collectible for your fan and you know you have kings of leon degraded their albums to their fans. Could actually the album yet. People putting out a special editions of the records have people going head in for their concerts and another guy put out in. Nfc where he sold out his concert for one point. Five million using nfc's in the cool part about it is able to create something special. It's always like fan memorabilia that they could not otherwise. Get because we've been in a pet a pandemic there's concerts going on in fact majority of musicians make something like seventy percent of their money touring going out on the road being in front of people selling merchandise in the light so it's really an awesome movement. That musicians are trying to follow suit with the visual artists that have found tremendous success. And not fundable tokens. You had people go to the christie's auction sell sixty nine million dollars the largest amount of salt of living artists and it was digital. There's no physical prince so people look at knowledgeable. They look at the collector environment as a real clear way to escape obscurity and to make themselves global immediately.

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"nine million dollars" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

Building an Indie Business

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"nine million dollars" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

"Will pay anywhere from fifty dollars to apparently sixty nine million dollars. You know so yeah. Okay revenue generation so there are several different methods that a e commerce store will use to generate some revenue. Get that traffic in. Have those people spend some money and they get your revenue. Okay so i way is. Seo they optimize their their store content to be searchable on google and people find that stuff and then a click on it and they by you know what i mean okay The next revenue generation method is email so they click on store from google and then they buy it. Then you ask them to save their email. And then you take that email and you send them discounts and other things Information about the store rate and so then they come back and they buy more things right and then also give might just offer them a discount right away And then they use that discount and buy something then you keep their email right and so the third revenue generation method is coupons. You're you're giving the. You're taking their email in the new sun them coupons. Because let's say you're selling something for ten dollars and it cost you one dollars to make it to give someone discount at two dollars. You're still making six dollars and six dollars is better than no sale rate. So you offer them discount okay. There's social media to You you take your your links content in you posted on the internet and some people click on that social media post. They go the link and they might i and then you get their email and then you send them discounts. That's how you do it Adds so here. You have someone else you you can have someone else and influence. Her is the word. I'm looking for posts about air products. And then they try to get their followers to click on the ad and buy something then you get their email and you send them coupons through the email the email. I don't have the email. I don't do the email. It's not that email just email okay. Sorry i'm i'm jobs today Yes then there's also pay per click ads where.

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"nine million dollars" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption

Go Beyond Disruption

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"nine million dollars" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption

"That sale is taxed at at least currently as income. The other side of that is the is the buyer which are arguably looking at an f. t. purchases as speculative investments and that kicks off an entire series of really interesting discussions most. Nafta's are paid for with crypto. So for example sixty nine million dollars is in. I think any theorem. What does that mean. Well the person who bought that sold theorem which is now a taxable capital gain event and then bought a digital token and if they turn around and sell that. Nfc to another investor for more money. Guess what that's another taxable event taxed at a capital gains rate and it gets a bit more detailed than that and again. There's some really interesting articles. Dr shorenstein smith published some articles recently. Because these nfc's can be considered from a tax code perspective to be collectibles which means and i think it's section four zero eight of the tax code. It's frightening cases that i actually know that under collectibles they're actually taxed at a higher rate and i think it's something twenty percents what that means is potentially buying and selling collecting an tease at least currently may be a not very efficient way of managing taxes. It may be forced to pay higher taxes than you. Ordinarily would that's a lot for firms to consider when advising their clients is part of our get a topics today. We also want to dive into the new while. I guess it's on neutral but it's definitely had a lot of gross in the last year is defiant defies the acronym for decentralized finance. Walk me through. What is that. Yeah decentralized. Finance really is a blockchain again. I always come back to the technology right. Hey see that layer one of technology which is decentralized finances a blockchain based forum of finance that really removes intermediaries in many regards. It removes those kind of central financial brokerages and exchanges and banks that offer traditional instruments bonds and equities and savings accounts etcetera and instead replaces those intermediaries with technology Smart.

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"nine million dollars" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"nine million dollars" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

"And he's making. I think ten or eleven million dollars so i i think i've been for a while because we can have been bashing ben a lot and you keep bashing been if you want to. That's up to you. But i'm going to back off on bashing ben because i hope that this move to center going to help him and you know maybe realize its full potential. He's seventeen better seventeenth. What salary okay. That's still pretty high. And he is the highest paid dallas. Start knowing it might actually like a hundred thousand higher. Okay so but still i. I think a layoff jamie benn for a little bit and i think he's played excellent the past two weeks especially he. He's starting to contribute offensively more yes. He only had two goals and two assists in thirteen games. But we talk about the cap hit in. That's always focused on we. We don't know what's going on behind the scenes in how he's leading this team or the other things that he's doing you know physically. He is dominating. You don't have to pay. I'm million dollars for that. As you say your head. You're not paying nine million dollars for that. So i'm saying need. Let's tom galati on here and see what he says. Hey tom we're spending nine and a half million dollars on a player on your captain feel about that. So i'm gonna jump off of that for for a little bit but anyways Like we started on face off in. We somehow ended on with demon. Been anyways back to face offs in this game Tonight the stars completely dominated the face off circle even better than the blackhawks did on tuesday. So we won fifty eight percent of the faceoffs compared to forty two percent for the chicago blackhawks so that that needs to be a staple in the stars game and especially when You know we're on special teams either in the offensive zone or in the defensive zone and that showed in this game.

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"nine million dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"nine million dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

"Pay all there's rookie here. A lot of people ask me what inspires your music and one of the big things is a strong sense of place. That's why. I love my home state of south carolina and want to share the awesome things that has to offer from the beautiful mountains down to the sunny coast. If got an all not to mention to my personal favorite great gulf and amazing food. Come see why love this place. Visit discover south carolina dot com burn. Quick take this is bloomberg radio now. A global news update jenkins san francisco and this is bloomberg technology coming up in the next hour. Counting now underway historic vote of ballots. Cast by amazon warehouse employees in alabama deciding. Whether she unionize we will have the latest plus it is the technology behind every major nfc platform and yes behind that people crypto art sold for sixty nine million dollars. We're going to talk to the ceo of alchemy and from luxury houses. Like louis vitton cargo pants from car. How'd and sneakers of every kind. There's a surge in demand for streetwear. We're gonna talk to stock x. Which is capitalizing. On the fashionable moment in e commerce with the new funding round the company now valued at three point eight billion dollars but i fed federal..

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"nine million dollars" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"nine million dollars" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Crossover look at to drive again. Against the baseline spits back out comes to beasley angle. Three for the big. Oh yeah it's ripping off make oh yes. In minnesota he was radio ripping off the mink man that was desist using my catch phrases. Dammit makes the only one. I knew they used the bingo. I'm sure others have. But he's the only one i've ever heard before played that clip. I'm telling you right now. That winco is getting ripped off and we gotta do something about it. I i'm gonna. i'm hiring a lawyer. And i'm getting this guy the payment gopher bingo or he's never gonna say it again. It's one of the two. Because i'd never heard of before. Either i never even heard the word bingo before. Mingo used much less than a sporting event understood. Well anthony edwards said twenty four. It was beasley with the bingo. He had twenty. And karl anthony towns eighteen points on tim. Theodose says cannot take teams lightly. Every team has great players. You can't get here without being a great player so if you let your guard down just a little bit. You're going to be in trouble. And so back to back losses for the knicks in our twenty four and twenty four tied with the heat who beat the pacers last night. Ninety two to eighty seven Also of note. The jazz beat the grizzlies. One eleven one. Oh seven and you had the bucks over the lakers. One twelve ninety seven three and a coup brothers in that game the two on the bucks and then Kostas and cuco place for the lakers and they were on the floor. I believe at the same time at one point last night to giants owner. John mero with the media wednesday talking about a lot of different things contracts. Winning crowds here. He was discussing the way the last few years have not gone well and he wants to be a winner again. Tired of of the losing and having the postseason press conference trying to explain what went wrong. And why we're making progress. Well one of the reasons he believes he's making progress. Is the quarterback. They like daniel jones a lot. That having been said they've made moves this off season scott to go out and win now. We'll have a better team around him this year and has had in previous years. I don't think any of our show think he likes his coach. He does and we played that clip last hour that he and the team love. Joe judge which is why they feel like they're headed in the right direction and in terms of fans being back. We heard roger goodell discuss that a couple of days ago here was having a full stadium this year. That would be a huge plus for our players our fans and for our organization and once again they have the the luxury of more time. As was it september ninth. I think is going to be opening day. Thursday night football and what is the deal. So they're saying instead of the fourth preseason game they're taking the extra week off which will give the players more time to recoup before the season actually begins. So you've got that site of the seahawks giving tyler lockett. Four years sixty nine million dollars. Islanders capitals tonight and your blue shirts boomer taking on the buffalo sabres so it's pretty evident to me that whoever runs the wfan digital stuff for at least was responsible responsible for it..

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A brief guide to NFTs

Talking Tech

06:05 min | 2 years ago

A brief guide to NFTs

"May have heard news recently about the auction house christie's announcing that an artist by the name of people sold a piece of artwork for more than sixty nine million dollars big price tag. The hurt the third highest price for living artists. Here's the thing though. This piece of artwork isn't actually a physical work of art that you would hang in your home it's all digital it's only digital. The work was sold through what is called an nfc. it is growing technology. That is being used a lot recently. You've probably heard the term. Nf teased quite a bit in the news recently. Some examples of this of the nba has a new collectible service called nba. Top shot where you basically are collecting highlights from nba games. So for example you might see a dunk. That lebron james makes in a game you can go to this site and you can bid on that highlight and quote owned the highlight and that is how the service works We've also seen some other people really get involved in it as well Kansas city chiefs quarterback pat mahomes launched his own digital art gallery using these tesla ceo elon. Musk recently sold a tweet of his as an nfc which seems absolutely bizarre but it gets to the big question for some of the listeners out there potentially what isn't nfc. We're going to try to break it down a little bit here. We have a lot more of this available on tech dot usa. Today dot com. So we're gonna try to give you a cliffs note version of this but to explain it simply as simply as you can for something as complicated as this. Nfc stands for non fungible token so the way it works is if you're looking at something that's fungible. It is something that's easily interchangeable. Think about money for example if we each have a twenty dollar bill we can exchange twenty dollar bills and the values the same and it really doesn't make a difference with an nfc or a non fungible token each of them are unique. Each of them are different. So i might have an nf t and you might have in an f. T. we can't trade them value for value for each other because the values of different because they're unique they're different in a variety of ways. So that's what makes them non fungible so basically what it is is because it's digital. It's not a physical thing you have. It is basically a piece of data that that you own something. So in the case of the bidder at christie's auction he owns a piece of artwork in the case of someone who saw a really cool james harden layup or pass. They owned that clip online on nba. Top shot And we've seen some other weird applications for this technology to But the way it works is it's all done using blockchain technology now for the listeners that are saying to themselves. okay wait blockchain. i don't know what you're talking about here. so blockchain works like this. It is basically. It's kind of like a cloud storage database and what it does is it tracks transactions of items or assets. Let's take something like bitcoin. For example which is a currency that. I'm sure you've heard of quite a bit Something that a lot of people used to buy things online. So you have. Bitcoin and bitcoin is built on blockchain. So what happens is when you have this blockchain technology it is tracking every time someone is using. Bitcoin keeps track of wind. Bitcoin is transferred from one person to the other for a purchase. And that's essentially what it's built on so if you look at all. The history of bitcoin has an open blockchain. It's essentially an open database where you can review the history of all the transactions that have been done through blockchain. Now you don't see people's names or ideas or anything like that but it has a regular tracking of where this bitcoin is going and so that's kind of entities are instead of a bitcoin. It's this and f. T. and it's the same principle where it using this blockchain technology it's tracking every time this nfc's ownership is transferred. And you have a ledger and accounting of every which way this has been sold or resold and so on and so forth. You know you obviously can do this with bitcoin and economically. Do this with stuff like a tweet or an artwork or in the case of a article. New york post. Someone did it with the sound of their own farts. Which again if someone's willing to buy that sure that's great but there you go. That's that's how far we've gotten with all this experts. I've talked to have said that. One of the big benefits to this is the security Because these blockchain's arc run by one central company or one central administrator there on peer to peer networks which means they're spread out across lots of computers. So there's really no one place these are stored and so because they're spread out. It's much harder for someone to say. Go in an altar records that are recorded on a blockchain. So that's one of the big things and there's a lot of talk to from experts that this might be the wave of the future one expert. I talked to recently had said that you know one possibility. Is there used to track land titles and deeds so for example instead of dealing with those mountains of paperwork that you have to deal with. When you're buying a house or selling a house or things like that you would do it all using this blockchain technology and it would be done on the computer. And it'd be much simpler wireless paper while signatures and that. That is a very fascinating us. Obviously we're very far away from a lot of this stuff. All the stuff right now feels very strange in new. And there's really a lot of hype around it. So that's why we're seeing weird stuff like people selling their own individual tweet as an nf t- It makes everything on the internet. Feel like it's a commodity Whether that lasts again. It's too early to say. I think you know. Obviously there's a lot of hype around this and it's definitely worth watching because you know i if this all you know goes as it seems like experts have suggested i mean this could really changed the way we do things in terms of buying and selling and dealing with all those Types of this on the internet So we'll see where all this technology

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An NFT-backed jpeg sold for $69.3 million at a Christie's auction

This Week in Tech

03:28 min | 2 years ago

An NFT-backed jpeg sold for $69.3 million at a Christie's auction

"This week at christie's which is the big Auction site for for art. A creator of art named people sold one of his japex digital creation for sixty. Nine million dollars Is it dollars. Or is it crypto. Well it's worth sixty nine million. Whatever it is it is the. He's the third largest price paid for living artists. People is up there now with jeff collins and david. Hockney sixty nine nine to be fair. Nine point three million dollars went to christie's which immediately i'm sure turned the theory him into american cold hard cash sixty million of it was a bid by an anonymous bidder using a pseudonym although we think we now know who it is and i'll explain that in just a second sixty million dollars what did you get for the sixty million. Did you get something you can hang on your wall. No did you get did you get. What did you get you got. You didn't even get the j. peg. You can have the j. peggy at address which would give you this. J peg which by the way consists of five thousand images that people has taken he. Does it daily art image. Over the last Well since two thousand seven whatever that is fourteen years so it's ki- it's kind of the collected works of people but you don't even really get anything except a toke a thing that says you own it it it can be infinitely reproduced. You can print it. Anybody can print up but you own it only you can own it. And that's a. That's a affirmed on the blockchain. Sixty million dollars. Now the guy who bought it uses the name medic cova. But amy caster who i. I don't know from adam but wrote in the blog and i convinced me. That in fact is a crypto entrepreneurs. Been on the scene. For about seven years named vig. Nash some dorasan and furthermore amy caster kind of explained for the first time to me. What's really going on here. So it wasn't Medico vans own ethereal that he spent in effect he created a another crypto bundle called b twenty bought the painting with that and is selling shares. Bits fractional portions of the people artwork to other people in other words. Step three prophet fifty nine. He owns fifty nine percent of be dot twenty. Motta's who else owns it. Be people owns a two percent stake so in effect people bought his own painting or part of his own painting. I'm not that there's any conflict of interest there or is there. But really i think if there is if in your mind there is some question and i'll ask you guys now to comment but if they're in your mind some question about what the hell is. How could how could jay peg be worth sixty nine point three million dollars. And why would somebody a medico van. Spend that kind of money on jay peg. It now becomes clear. He's gonna make money on it

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The Roblox Debut

Techmeme Ride Home

03:41 min | 2 years ago

The Roblox Debut

"Is out the door. Robots closed its first day of trading as a public company at sixty nine dollars. Fifty cents valuing the company at thirty eight point two six billion dollars quoting cnbc. Shares began trading at sixty four dollars. Fifty cents which represented a forty three percent increase from a private financing round just in january when the company sold shares for forty five dollars the reference price on tuesday of forty five dollars though no stock changed hands at those levels. The reference price tends to reflect private market trading and does not indicate where a stock will open road blocks hits the market coming off an explosive year of growth primarily from kids who were stuck at home because covid nineteen forced schools to close and sports leagues to shutdown within roadblocks which is one of the top grossing apps on apple and google devices users create. Avatars that they can move between the millions of games on the service navigating theme parks adopting virtual pets and fighting enemies with their friends. Revenue last year jumped eighty two percent to nine hundred and twenty three point. Nine million dollars still relaxes. Net loss widened to two hundred and fifty three point. Three million dollars from seventy one million dollars in two thousand nineteen as the company almost triple. The amount of money paid to develop through its revenue sharing program more than twelve hundred and fifty developers made at least ten thousand dollars last year through virtual sales in their roadblocks games and quote. Now i've said before that in the universe of unicorns among the companies investors. I'm friendly with our most. Enthused about roadblock has been at the top of that list the yardstick i'm using here to measure the level of investor. Excitement is basically when i hear investors. Say something like damn it. I wish i had gotten in early on that company. Roadblocks has been the name most mentioned in that context for about a year. Now the other one by the way is stripe which people have foam mode on forever but over the last year the frenzy around fintech has reached a fever. pitch so stripe has become the company. Everyone's still wishes they were in on early or still wants to get in on now if they can anyway back to roadblocks. You don't have to take my word for it in terms of people's excitement around this company. Here's ben thompson describing how by bringing disparate parts of gaming into one place. Roadblocks is basically created the conditions for interlocking feedback loops. That are very exciting. Quote by controlling. Everything roadblocks can bring all of the disparate parts of gaming into one place instead of one app for social interactions another app for purchases and a different app for every different game. Everything is all in the same place. This also makes roadblocks easier to develop for by constraining graphics to a consistent toolbox. It's very easy to build something new. This creates the conditions for the interlocking feedback loops that characterize transformational products by reducing the prominence and feature set of games. Roadblocks made it possible to create something. Bigger a micro verse. This actually fits the pattern of other transformational products. The feed for instance relies on reducing all types of content from post to photos to links to the same format such that they can all be incorporated into a greater whole. It's a reason why. I think that clubhouse being all audio actually gives it an advantage relative to twitter. That leaves more room for user entrepreneurship. Both in the kinds of rooms created and also norms around behavior twitter realize the same benefits relative to blogs with its one hundred forty character constraint. Similarly roadblocks games aren't really competitive with non roadblocks games. They're worse in any sort of traditional sense because the things that make them better are the parts that are enabled by imposing constraints and quote.

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Chicago revisting events including Taste of Chicago, Air & Water Show

Chicago Tonight

01:37 min | 2 years ago

Chicago revisting events including Taste of Chicago, Air & Water Show

"Governor indicated that he is at least considering open to some of these changes because you really is under a whole lot of pressure to lift some of those restrictions and by the way not just from republicans including democrats like state senator center. If i can hold saying hey wait a second. The seats losing conventions we need to have a concrete plan and some more metrics. We had the metrics for closing down. Now we need metrics for opening back up. And i think there's a report out there right. Now that says that conventions could possibly return mccormick place including the auto show which has sort of been on hold for a while normally takes place in the february. Heather what do you think about other events like the air and water show lollapalooza taste of chicago. I think can happen well. It's not clear yet because when the city approved it's twenty twenty one budget. They didn't appropriate any money for those festivals. The taste of chicago in the water show alone cost the city about nine million dollars so if those events are to take place. The mayor has to eighty. Decide that it's safe enough to allow people to gather and be. She's gotta find that money to make those events happen and it might seem like somers a long way away but it's really not because these events take of course planning and logistics. Especially if you're going to you know make sure there are Toilets and the handwashing stations and all the other things that need to be in place to prevent coded from spreading so. It's not clear yet. Although we did hear the mayor say she was optimistic that this summer would look more like twenty nineteen twenty

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NFL sets salary cap at $182.5 million, down 8% from 2020

The Kevin Sheehan Show

01:01 min | 2 years ago

NFL sets salary cap at $182.5 million, down 8% from 2020

"The nfl just a few hours ago. Set the salary cap number for the upcoming season. It'll be one hundred and eighty two and a half million dollars. Obviously down from where it was at one ninety eight All pandemic related. Keep in mind that no team will actually have a one hundred and eighty two point. Five million dollar cap number because they're cap carryovers With with various earned and under earned incentives from the year before So there's an adjusted cap number. Washington's number ultimately according to multiple spots is essentially after the sheriff. Deal heading into free agency. In with the alex smith reduction Or cap savings is going to be thirty. Eight point nine million dollars in cap space. That's number six that sixth in the league available cap space.

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Seattle ticket company ordered to refund $9 million

Seattle Now

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Seattle ticket company ordered to refund $9 million

"Based brown paper tickets will refund nine million dollars. To event organizers and ticket buyers whose plans got cancelled by covid attorney general bob ferguson. Who took the company to court says. Forty five thousand people in the country are owed a refund. If that's you you don't have to do anything to get your money. The office says the company will be getting in touch to pay back

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Royal treatment: Meghan Markle, Prince Harry detail racism, suicidal thoughts in Oprah tell-all

TIME's Top Stories

05:51 min | 2 years ago

Royal treatment: Meghan Markle, Prince Harry detail racism, suicidal thoughts in Oprah tell-all

"What oprah stands and the royals refuse to learn about twenty first century celebrity by judy berman. Tell me what your intention is. I'll tell you what my intention is. And let's see if we can align those. Two that oprah explained monday on cbs. This morning is what she says to everyone she interviews before the cameras start rolling in this case she was of course referring to the conversation with prince harry and meghan markle the duchess of sussex that filled a two hour primetime slot on the network the previous evening. The special drew seventeen point. One million american viewers in early ratings that as deadline pointed out adding up to a larger audience than last week's golden globes and september's emmys combined while oprah's collaborative approach to shaping interviews. Has its limitations. You wouldn't want to see an investigative reporter compare objectives with the subject of a damning expose. It proved to be a singularly effective way into the ongoing harry and meghan saga. The couple broke their dignified silence about their reasons for stepping down a senior royals and leaving the uk in an equally dignified special that riveted viewers revealed troubling new details about behind the scenes machinations at buckingham palace and supplied a powerful counter narrative to the one the firm and british tabloids had been pushing also on this morning. Tino brown called the program kryptonite to the royal family. It's like a hand. Grenade although oprah whose production company harpo produced the special and licensed it to cbs. Where a fee reported to be in these seven to nine million dollar range certainly made it look that way. Taking control of the public narrative couldn't have been easy even compared with its treatment of outsiders who've married into the royal family in the past the uk press has been brutal in its coverage of meghan and a one two punch last week a dispatch from the times of london claim that meghan had bullied and humiliated aids. Driving two of them to resign and the palace announced. It was launching an investigation into that alleged. Behavior sunday's interview cast doubt on not only that story but also just about every story that might have originated with the royals. Harry and meghan described an invisible contract between the firm and the media in which the tabloids and their reporters are wined dined and welcomed into the palace for holiday parties to encourage favourable coverage it all sounded pretty sinister. But it's worth remembering that for their part. The couple also has a cozier relationship with oprah than most subjects of the journalists whose profiling them the difference in this case and in the case of everything. That was ingenious about sunday. Special wasn't the framing as the faceless firm came off as having manipulated the media an unseen and thus noble ways and a depiction that jibes with the portrait of the house of windsor. Painted by netflix's mega popular the crown. It's exiles seemed to have nothing to hide. Oprah didn't just disclose to viewers that she knew harry and meghan personally. She opened the interview by reminiscing with the duchess about the experience of attending their wedding. The distinction isn't between tiffany bias. It's between transparency and pass in many ways what we witnessed was oprah's understanding of a shift in how credibility is established and the present versus how it was established three generations ago when the queen was a newlywed. The young elizabeth waited out bad press trusting that her refusal to enter the fray would ultimately vindicate her as the bigger person but we are in a moment when skepticism of the media is at an all time high. The public is savvier than it has ever been about. How public figures manufacture their images top tier celebrities like beyond say preferred to communicate with fans via social media channels. They can control an oprah appeared to realize the value of an open conversation on prime time broadcast. Television was in the ability to create the impression. One that for the record. I see no reason to doubt that. Meghan and harry were spinning the facts so much as they were clearing the air air that the firm would for reasons implied to sell fish if not malicious preferred to leave murky for viewers who feel entitled to know every detail about their favorite celebrities lives and for whom openness is a prerequisite for loyalty transparency. Worked that was due in large part to the power of the story. Meghan and harry had to tell as well as to their unprecedented eloquence and candor on issues of race and mental health. But you can't underestimate the importance of how that story was told that is how oprah managed to align her intentions and those her subjects along with being two of the most famous people on the planet. She and meghan were after all to women of color discussing racism. Gas lighting and other third rail topics in front of an audience of millions from the tranquil outdoor setting their socially distanced conversation to the outfits. They chose a fluey floral for the radiantly. Pregnant duchess of sussex a muted mov for the queen of all media to the calm tone all three participants adopted. Every part of the special felt intentional for a world of crown fans who we know were on. Oprah's mind because the show came up in the interview. It all contributed to a conclusion to this particular episode of the british monarchy. That couldn't have been more familiar. An institution that digs in its heels at any sign of progress or accountability see prince. Andrew doesn't slow the march of time it becomes an artifact.

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"nine million dollars" Discussed on The Clapper Report

The Clapper Report

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"nine million dollars" Discussed on The Clapper Report

"And now you have nine million dollars sitting in the press box. I mean eighteen split at one point which was an assist. So yeah that's ridiculous. That's not you know and it's just like i don't know buffalo curse like but but so back to the original topic of eichel it's like here's a guy who has been frustrated for the past. How long has it been leak. What this is fifth year. I think past five years and you know. He's he's the captain he's the people of joked around about him being the gm 'cause he is like the face of the franchise you know and it's like at what point do you have enough. You know especially in such a. I hate to say like a losing market currently like buffalo's yeah and you know he's. He's like really competitive guy. You know the guy wants to win. And he plays extremely well. You know Not often that he messes up and so to see the team around him go to shambles. It's you know. I don't know i mean in all and their defense. Though at least this season they're playing easily. The hardest dumb division liked east You know you're going up against seems like the bruins you're going up against the islanders going up against the flyers two penguins capitals and you know even even the devils. They're playing very good games and the rangers too. They have really good hot flashes. So the sabers aren't playing in a normal division playing in a very very stacked one. I'd say i'd give them that defense. But i mean something's gotta give for them you know they've they've got to figure it out they gotta be able to keep up with teams like them. So i'd be. It'd be interesting to see this offseason. Or maybe towards the end of the year if they make a management change. I mean i. I think that they've already switched she. I'm su- like i don't know what what more you can do for this team. You know i mean so. That's where i guess it comes in the question you know. Where's jack jackal gonna go. What is he going to do. You know it's like. I hate to see insane players What's called but waiting on teams yet. Not yeah i was. I was trying to refrain from usa. Because i don't wanna be rude but you know what yeah fuck it like from being wasted. No there's no way around it like you're wasting talent with him. Not being not being in the support team basically i. i think that's the only way to put it. Yeah yeah so. I don't know for him though. I hope he gets a good team. You know. I hope he gets the star treatment. Because that's that's what he is that's what could be could be a star. You know like as well. Yeah i would consider him one but like i. He deserves the treatment. He deserves a good market. He deserves a good team. He deserves the chance giving a fighting chance at making the playoffs and making a deep run. So we'll have to wait and see but you know what what do you think of. Trade could possibly look like for him if you had to guess like. Interestingly when even know you know i mean.

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"nine million dollars" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"nine million dollars" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Get qualified families in that. You're gonna write one of the problems with government housing and a lot of different programs. Is there so based on income that people who need the program sometimes can't get in because they had a good year last year or they can't get out of them because they know if they have any story increase they're not able to save they immediately get thrown into the program something does have to be rethought their You know there are some thoughtful. Critiques out there From the cato institute heritage foundation and others on this the problem is It's almost like a third rail of politics. If you tweak it at all the the left comes for you but we do need better house ownership although you know. I do have to tell you josh There is a story out right now in the wall street journal today that there's virtually no housing available in the country. It's the most bizarre thing The wall street journal was realtors. Cannot recall a market that is such a seller's market that there's just the level of any housi- so i have dreams one day of of making it big and being able to buy a house on the beach in hilton head and so i track houses in hilton head and sea pines and i was looking at a piece of property. There that lashed your was for sale for one point. Five million dollars well out of my price range to begin with but the same property is now four million dollars. They've gone up on price and is that were four million dollars nine million dollars. And i i just. I feel like we're in a bubble when you take all this stuff together. And maybe when the bubble pops it'll be a great way to rethink some of the stuff because you are right that the cycle of poverty that government programs can create and people wear when they saved that next penny they're out of the income bracket and in have to be thrown out until suddenly they don't have the money they can get back into it. It's a sad cycle of dependence caused by the government. You probably know people like this josh. Who last year they were. They were hard hit because of the pandemic but because the government used their tax rates. It didn't look like they were hurt so they got no benefits now. I know several people like that. Yep yeah i it. Just it makes no sense when the government does that. I recall when i was getting a scholarship student loans to go to college and they wanted us my parents income for it and i was thinking what. Why are you using my parents income. It's me and i was denied. Some benefits and some scholarships because they said oh well. Your parents make so much income. Never mind they're taking care of my grandparents and two other kids and stuff we've got to rethink all of that. I i it just it makes it all the the wealth accumulation and talk about taxing the rich. That is an angle we need to rethink. Let me leave you there. I appreciate a josh It is something. I think when the government gets too dependent on looking at pastures taxes and then putting in fixed brackets where people can't they hit a level and then suddenly they're out of their out of it..

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"nine million dollars" Discussed on Political Analytical

Political Analytical

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"nine million dollars" Discussed on Political Analytical

"Rick hope you guys enjoy the show ladies. So we've had thing week in texas quite frigid. And we've learned that our we've learned grid it was controlled quite unpleasantly and also that our infrastructure Quite a bit of black of maintenance due to funds that were put aside for that being used for other projects Mistero give us a little more on that and tell us but you know i mean what a shock to everybody somewhere made com go without he. In electricity in texas is starving to death across restore two kids that are in the energy industry brokers and first night the power went out went out for them not for us so they came over and spent the night here where it was warm and giving me their take on everything and once. We got the word that this is going to nine million dollars for and my. How is that even legal before we had all of the other print outs from energy commission. How the emergency order from both the department of energy and from erica was denied by biden. People died or fifty people died in texas when we could have had the power had. They not refused us to let us have in power. Well the apparently they had the power. Because i'm town houston with lineup fourth of july. The hockey schools in my parents house and neighborhood flags can be feels are lit up while people are at home freezing dying her radio Yeah and even though like the wind turbines were frozen and everything was such a small percentage of the contributing electricity in texas greg. Well if that's true. Why do we have those why we need that right. There's a lot of wasted money. And yeah i'm pretty irate about it. I know there's going to be a lot of lawsuits about it. Certainly a lot of outrage about of course. Our governor spoke today. They didn't get to see it but allegedly heads are gonna roll. You know yeah. Daylight dollar short you mentioned from Two nil to lane. But the thing that i love about texas like we always do we take care of our own and you saw a lot of people reaching out to each other helping their neighbors people. That didn't have heat when you did taking wire to people taking meals people..

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Kamala Harris: Women Leaving Work Force During Pandemic Is a 'National Emergency'

Democracy Now! Audio

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Kamala Harris: Women Leaving Work Force During Pandemic Is a 'National Emergency'

"Vice-president kamala harris said thursday. The two point five million women who had to leave the us workforce due to the pandemic is a national emergency as she urged support for the one point. Nine million dollar one point nine trillion dollar corona virus relief package at a virtual event on women and the economy hosted by harris thursday california. Congress member barbara lee addressed the issue of poverty. This crisis has plunged more than eight million more people into poverty says last year about one in seven households nationwide including more than one in five and latino households and many asian american pacific islander and native american households are struggling just to secure the food of

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Anzu's Plan to Evolve In-Game Advertising with CEO Itamar Benedy

Esports Network Podcast

04:59 min | 2 years ago

Anzu's Plan to Evolve In-Game Advertising with CEO Itamar Benedy

"Any of these Sports networks other properties on this episode of the E Sports Network podcast for bringing back a gasp from about a year ago wage a little more bonetti. He's the co-founder and CEO of on zoo in a more. Welcome back to the Shelf. Hey meets great to be here tomorrow is on the show back in February of 2020 where we discussed the growth of in-game advertising age people who miss that show or too many of our new listeners since then on to his a platform that makes it easier for braids to get into video game worlds and for developers to open up more potential White spaces in their games for Grants Pass. I'll do is work with Publishers like Ubisoft at lide Castle to deliver Brayden moments for major. It's like Samsung Pepsi American Eagle and many more Esports. We've seen it gave ads take Auto larger role especially patiently League of Legends open up space in summoner's Rift and it was filled by MasterCard an Alienware among other partners and just this morning as a record this on Wednesday, February 10th, 2021 rocket League announced that Ford is going to take over there it gave Billboards for the upcoming which are major on zoo also had a big adults with this what the platform recently raised nine million dollars in additional capital in around Kool-Aid buyback Fetchers and hbse Ventures. There is participation by plenty more investors, of course, including Mark Merrill, one of the two founders of Riot games, this follows two other funny raises of three and five million. So in Mark Gratz of the race, first of all, what are the plans for this capital? Yeah, thank you Mitch. So as you said we raised 9 million dollars beatcraft is one of our previous investors are still leading gaming Esports v c. B c is a new VC which comes from the sport world and a lot of touchpoints around gaming and then other investors are wpp the biggest advertising group in the world, which is also like in the existing investor and Sony Innovation fund, you know, Sony is one of the biggest gaming groups in the world and the owner of PlayStation. So that's a privilege to have them on board Mark Romero the founder and chairman of road games on League of Legends. As you mentioned didn't call ins the founder and CEO of super awesome that recently got acquired by epic games and the Chicago Cubs. Yeah, the baseball team go Ventures and gainesville's and illumine Adventures. So a very crowded and exciting structure of invest investors to have on board. I'm a Cardinals fan so we'll let the dog So invested things slide, I guess but grats on all the different people who came together you mentioned before we started recording you were in the position that every founder kind of hopes. They find themselves in which is we have a few people. We have a different options for Capital so we can pick the people that make the most strategic sense for us going forward. What did you find from the mobile the different investors? What were you looking for? Especially as guiding parts of the company to push it Forward? Sure. So I mean, you know what this round was not about it was not about as fast as we could have fine as it like very very fast as what it was about bringing the best structure. Number one number two, it was about, you know to maximize shareholder value. We could raise almost double the amount but we didn't want to make sense. This is the amount of cash we need for next stage Rose and then in the future if it's a year from now or two years from now we can do another round off. For that makes sense. So we were not looking at at you know, these things it was more about we have a lot of confidence in him. Advertising is going to become a major business model for game divorce across all platforms, through PC Mobile and an important ads category four Brands media agencies and the ESPYs and and the question is how fast can that happen or more sneaking about big Brands big Publishers not easy companies to convince them to do something new. So when we meet partners that can help us to make this happen faster than wages. Are we get excited one form to partner is again investment one is a strategic partnership and they can elaborate more of some of the Partnerships we have in place and some of them is people who join our team. So that was what was guiding us and looking at the different, you know buckets of we are investors came from there is some you know, some like VCS and financial institutions. There is advertising and groups. There is game. Groups and there is a sports organizations that have a lot of touch point in going to become an important overlap in my opinion the next two years. And of course there is like with the values that we want to group represents and communicate us companies gauges as the leading investor for equal opportunity and Which choice for us an important to him and announcement to basically said if the world that was how we were looking at it that's a great place to be at

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