29 Burst results for "Ninety Five Million Dollars"
"ninety five million dollars" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"About odell beckham virginia issues out. There wave on the fact that a baker mayfield on my goes through. I'm sorry we see this before new york now again. It's my fault. I'm playing with a buster shoulder. I'm out there trying to bust my ass and win games and probably shouldn't even be on the field like everybody forgets that part of it. He's got three different injuries in that left shoulder of his at this location of fracture and a torn labor. And he's playing with it and he's trying to win football games for the team and he wants to be the quarterback there so i appreciate that now. The interesting thing about odell beckham junior is that if they could've traded him they would have traded him. And here's why somebody would have gone after him if anybody thought he was any good anymore is because they don't have to pay him after this year basically his contract is not. There's no dead cap attached to anything after this year. He has on guaranteed money as the back. End of that ninety. Five million dollar contract that the giants gave him and this is why. I always say like those contracts aren't worth the paper that they're written on let alone the numbers that are attached to them and so right. Now he's making fifteen point seven five million dollars this year He is fifteen million dollar cap hit next year but there is no there is no dead cap and less. The team keeps him so they can. They can basically take a by without any without any problem in salary. Cap and also recoup something in terms of a compensatory pick if he does sign a contract some nobody wanted them. Nobody nobody. I mean the browns. I'm sure somebody would have taken him for a six round. Pick or something. No no nobody nope nobody will. Who wants to take that headache on. Well especially when you see counted yet. Talented is one thing. Nobody's saying he's not a good athlete. Nobody's saying that at one point in time. He was phenomenal athlete. But i wonder about when you watch him on tape and you watch some of the things that he does and you watch him. You know alligator arm ball going down the middle of the field against the steelers. That could have helped win that game. Meanwhile while your quarterback playing with the bus shoulder nobody wants that toxic you tell me toxic. I would tell you what. I don't have to tell you could see it all right. Jerry is here with his update. What's happening jerry.
"ninety five million dollars" Discussed on My First Million
"It's like immersion by the end of three days at somebody like you really trust that person. You like that person. It's so different than a meeting than zoom call and trying to have eight back-to-back zoom calls and we had what's your name Bree kim on the show and she showed us or calendar and it was like thirty minutes. Zoom zoom that. Forty minute email. Follow up then. Twenty minutes zoom then and it's like okay that's one strategy. I want basically say clear. The calendar you know. Let's go road tripping together. let's go let's spend a day. Let's go to this enemy fight to get. Let's have unique experiences. That are longer more in depth that build more trust. And i'd rather do that with a few people then try to do it. Try to know everybody. Same where the exact same. I found it to be exhausting You wanna do a few topics here yellowstone twenty. You drive Okay i'll do. Let's see let's do this. Let's do the I want to tell the story about the Consultants i think that's probably the most interesting So i i. I've told you about this guy i don't think so. It's a pretty memorable story right so i have this friend that i was i was talking to recently and I'm trying to be a fair bit vague. But i'm gonna try and give as many details like possibly can and basically this person. They had a normal job a normal high paying job like a lot of people listening to this. They a consultant at at a large place and they lived very frugally and they were able to save a million dollars by the time that they were in their Lower to mid thirties. And when this happened this was around four years ago. Bitcoin Was priced around twenty five hundred dollars three thousand dollars when this happened. And this person is accenture. They're crazy Even though like the have the normal job and you talk to them and you think that they're normal. He likes to bet he just loves gambling like in a sense of like betting it all like he. It seems like that's just like dna. He's not afraid. I think you're a little bit like that. Not as extreme but definitely have a touch of that and so you know. Start talking he goes. You know. I don't see any good place to invest this money right now and i'm doing doing crazy amounts of research. I'm going to go all in on bitcoin and this was when it was three thousand dollars. Twenty five hundred dollars. We thought it crazy. So he cashed out his 401k. He borrowed a little bit of money and he used cracking. Or something like cracking to get massive amounts of leverage like five or ten times leverage and he invested all of his money to the point where he had like four thousand dollars left of his one million all of it into bitcoin and recently when bitcoin hit its high. This was this was big After it had crashed from about twenty thousand down back down to three thousand so it's not like it was just all on the up and up no and recently when it get got to sixty thousand dollars his psalm has one million is it was worth about like ninety five million dollars and and and you talked to him. Offer them i. I had a mutual friend was with him and he and he called me and he goes man. This guy you like we were talking. You know i was like hey whatever happened at this person. He goes well you know. I caught up with them. He's worth almost about one hundred million dollars right now and it totally works and i was like wait. What goes yeah. He's got one hundred million dollars. Bitcoin right now and started with..
"ninety five million dollars" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast
"We have august of two thousand three and we have a top performing here. That is very much a product of its time and that is the movie. Swat film would feature samuel jackson colin. Farrell michelle rodriguez and. Ll cool j. But people really do have to remember about two thousand. Three is that was a year. We were really drenched in the iraq. War as a country and it was reflected in our media so really anything that had attacked him in it would appeal to the mass audience at that time but nonetheless this film would draw over one hundred million dollars at the box office making a large contribution to months. Eight hundred ninety five million dollars a month some other films of note that replying at the time. We have our second america by fail. Mentioned on this list. As american wedding was playing. We also had the jamie lee curtis lindsay lohan film freaky friday and despite debut in the previous month the original pirates of the caribbean the curse of the black pearl was able to gross eighty one million dollars that month at the box office. It would also see freddy kruger. Take on jason voorhees in what other than freddie versus jason seabiscuit. Because for some reason people have the time wanted to see a movie about a horse and spy kids three d the one where they got sylvester stallone and went super trip with the visuals because at that time period had to have a three d. component to it it had something to do with it being the year two thousand three but whatever the case the august of two thousand and three comes in at number six in terms of being the most profitable months of august in box office. History moving onto number five. We are jumping to the year. Two thousand nine..
"ninety five million dollars" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"I'm host weekly map payroll that that show that i always like to say puts you in the minds of kevin calvet. Mike tomlin con in today's putting in the minds a little bit of what's agent and tj. What you know. And even the rooney's is they stump up this money And i mean we was fans as well through tickets now the revenues. And what have you the going to form the south that salary captain and the overall revenue goes doc. Plays as well but this is what this is what we're talking about today with Contract a wanted to get the scene before anything's announcing they're they're working on selling the full season. We might not say something for three weeks. We talked to that in lost wages. Part of that wilson role of the edge rushes have to play in terms the steelers defense and and and there's old three k. Stops that. I talked about where teijin Accounted for twenty to twenty five percent of the sexy countered for you know twenty five percent of the of the quarterback pressures knee counted for twenty five percent of the quarterback. Knockdowns look can't wear the skills he started with spending use really. The steelers have balanced that amongst defense offense currently the play of the most unique historical spending his Up at two hundred sixty five million nephew jousted that for cap inflation. All the way through would actually three hundred thirty eight the second player on the least. He's cameron highwood. Eighty seven point six million and if to cap inflated expenditure or way through that it'd be ninety five million dollars in today's money if he if he's dealing character all the way in in today's money and he's gonna make a stack more like almost twenty two million dollars per year Going forward is is the cap number. So that gives you an idea of what they're willing to sort of the top guys now people on this list as well that are commonly tame like gods like stefan to it in eastern previously. The gaza pull malo in lawrence timmons. They're up there in the talk. Seven hundred fifty was playas. Historical spending tyler Real the rest of the list. Know you look at the top fifteen guys like james harrison. Bud dupree nebr- casal inner from that perspective. So lamar woodley as well. A lot of this is the steelers. David's not make sense. If you're sitting there suzanne renault involved davidson cools. It's going to be the case but what it does actually mean that. Don't be surprised if the steelers through spend more tj than what you might be thinking that they gonna spend more on page a. Because realistically that is what's going to require to keep apply that eating entertain any team is gonna is gonna come up the coveted. Sorry the absolutely gonna cover. Color apply on like tj. What Before the break. I basically said look. What numbers would i look at you. First thing. we're going to look at is terrible. It's going to be signing a deal. That is bob assigned at one hundred million dollars right. Now he's gonna he's gonna be breaking his brothers recco he's going to be the best paid. What bravo he certainly going to be a little than derek. What derek whilst khanabad paid anyway my view from that perspective but he certainly ranking mold. One hundred million then. Jj watt so we can keep that off right now and say jayjay. It's a normal highs expenditure year now looking at russia contracts and In day bright feature these down completely but right now at the edge rushes as fund by over the cap so they into interior defensive line while i'm back an edge rush right so that's four three outside. London got three or four day. Full three day. Dave main defense eventful three outside linebacker. Joey bosa countless Pipe player on that list at one hundred. Thirty five million average per year. Twenty seven guarantee of seventy eight which used average guarantee of about fifty million. And that's fifty seven point eight centers contract malls garrett's in in next at one hundred twenty five million an average of twenty five million per year fifty million guaranteed average guarantee. You ten million now. This is the thing this is the baseline if you will get myles garrett in the next player on the list and khalil mack title value one hundred forty one million average per year twenty three point five charter guarantee of sixty six. She deal was is guaranteed Small malls garrett's five. If he say they're the coma took west. Could be extra with the guarantee you through that tj on Minimum they probably gonna guaranteeing because this she it's going to be a minimal now contract you know that they compulsively do with him and then it's going to be whatever the average guaranteed per year sore. You probably looking at a guarantee of about eleven to twelve million minimum is she now rejoin barsa jarred viruses contracts. Appreciate signed a gay. So he signed a seek. She'd deal when he did that. Deal lost you. But then he had a very small base salary. And then it went up at a big ross barnes and then that's how they did it. You guaranteed our in depth fluence Basically goes from one million in twenty twenty two attaining twenty twenty one to twenty one point two five twenty twenty two to twenty four and twenty Twenty three back down. Fifty million twenty twenty four and then seventeen million twenty twenty-five but the rest arneses don't come back to lost to us so it back in it's not performing but the priroda barness size the seven million spread across it down tate salary. There is forty three million And then the arneses that he's paid up front of that thirty. Five million cuban seventy eight million mark and then basically throughout that contract together You know it's quite a significant number day so these are some of the things that thing you think about because how they gonna build this contract how are they gonna make it teen friendly like giving them a harms deal at the four hundred and fifty million on the deal that hey sinus sawn ed the crazy things vote was seventy eight years but even that deal winning. Look at it technically You know sorry the tenure Not deal outs once you get pasta. Three or four years. And that's the k. Thing to remember the steels limited anything that the ruins them. Now the the guaranteed amount is where i do think they might up level surprise if you people so i mentioned coolmax number. I don't think democracy lawrence is as relevant. I think von miller he's contract one hundred forty nine point five million average per year just under twenty eight on that deal couple easy guy now Guaranteed a fourteen million dollars before we saw things like the deal which was guaranteed gagging along with the vikings and he's average guarantees like seven million pigs so he's contract guarantees thirty six point seven cents so if we're thinking about predictions day given the Garrett has guaranteed percentage of small's guard a forty percent khalil mack forty-two business democracy forty five percent Frank clock forty two percent. Jerry bizerte fifty seven point eight. You're probably gonna say the tj's is gonna get the minimum of the fifty percent. I'm going to say that straight when we look at these numbers you can. You can definitely say the tj was going to get that that fifty percent now.
"ninety five million dollars" Discussed on The NFL Show
"Like wade phillips into brandon staley. There's a reason that the kind of i know sean. Mcvay name has has proliferated. It's because i figured out sort of cheat code on how to run offense effectively on. And i think the with brandon's daily saying that can work on both sides of the ball. So dan kelly and percents so real quick. I had rick spielman. So i basically agree with. Yeah everything that you said. On that. I think again i identify talent on both sides of the ball like he's got superstar players unbe sizeable And he's been pretty consistent about that. I i actually liked with you. I like the decision to sign. Kirk cousins I don't know. I think he gets credit. For hiring mike zimmer who is a good coach so yeah overall like i think he's done a really good job of making that team competitive. My number seventy john schneider. No i'm not a set about it. He was on my. He was on my cutlass. And i think it's just a reecey bias thing and i didn't want to sound like a total homer. I think he's a good jim. But i think he's had a tough patch. You get earned. Credit for having the best drafts of the decade started twenty nine and twenty twenty football. Outsiders did a study on that. And they said that the seahawks had an incredible return on picks routed everybody else ahead of dallas pittsburgh. The return versa capital. They said they got one hundred. Thirty five percent value picks. Now there are. Problems have had the seahawks as thirtieth in drafting first round picks at that point. But there's still hitting deacon metcalf was a a franchise rejuvenating pick on the opposite side of the ball He's one of the best receivers there. It so i think that that snyder is still good. Gm i think that you know. Do i think he's on some sort of hot streak like we talked about no. I don't think that if you just look at the big picture of his career everything's fine. Yeah i i agree with that. I think he said a few trades that fizzled jimmy. Graham trae the perc- harvard trade. Those didn't work out really in the. And i think the jury's still out on whether the jamal adams trade will be viewed as a success but I do appreciate that. He's in his big deal like his thing. They always says is creating early having a championship. Caliber team and the seahawks are always seemed to be very competitive. So like you have to respect that and the job he's done and making that roster competitive here in europe totally By the way. The forty niners giving fred warner a five year. Ninety five million dollar deal with. I think i think we all agree with that. Everyone's done seven right. Yup for six northern seattle. kevin colbert. So this is either going to be high. No he's high her saying okay. That would have shocked. He was not any less. I i again. This is another example. Of why i kind of have a little bit of recency bias. Going here consistency perennially. Good team perennially stacked roster particularly identifying defensive talent and then obviously shark with blood in the water if there is a half decent wide receiver to be had anywhere in the continental. Us probably the world. This one's fairly obvious to me. I mean i think the fact that in some areas covered has gotten a little bit more barren recently is probably why he's six and not like two on my list here by there are razor thin differences between the rankings here and these are all really really good executives. They also have they do some really good. I think solid contract structure stuff in pittsburgh shoe which i give him credit for. Definitely danny number seven. We're gonna get to colbert. Standing are both the at hobart later. Okay sounds good so much later roommates. So this is the six for me. Chris ballard of the colts who i think. Yeah he obviously is a very good eye for talent..
"ninety five million dollars" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"Everyone is getting ready for their beautiful weekend ahead. I know we got a lot to talk about. But in previous segments we talked all about how injuries training camp in the brutal news. That cam makers in los angeles rams suffered before a week before training camp even started and it just it's heartbreaking to see 'cause he never wanted to see the best of the best could injured especially not during training camp but it just happened in the nfl. We also talked about how. What some of the retrospect aspects that the rams can go into maybe todd gurley siding back in la. Just maybe i'm not sure we also got into how fred warner got broken off. Oh god fred warner party at your house. Whatever you're doing party at your house we got into. How fred warner is one of the highest payed linebackers in the game right now. Scratch that. He's the highest paid linebacker in the game right now by signing a five-year ninety five million dollar contract extension on wednesday that great and it couldn't happen to a better guy and it's great to see other people around the league who played his position recognize other people in the. There's no chain game recognize game darius leonard next shot up for fred warner and you know what that man is next. When it comes to having the highest paid linebacker in league he might be the next probably in a couple of months. But like i t's before the break what does it mean for the forty niners right now and in the future when it comes to their core players because you can see right now that they are setting themselves up for having major superstars if healthy major superstars in their organization for five to six years down. The road there championship window is right now. Now what does it say that. The forty niners are distributing enforcing out all this cash to their core players. It shows you first of all who their court players are now. You can see the cash and you can follow the catch and their core players are right now eric. Armstead signed a five year. Eighty five million dollar contract george. Biddle signed five year. Seventy five million dollar contract. Extension trent williams six years. One hundred thirty eight.
"ninety five million dollars" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"Today and checkout romans line of men healthcare products oh clinically tested. Make you best you possible. Speaking of good conversation joining us at from an attic in ohio as gentlemen. Aj about how you doing all right man. How are you good. How the showgirl held the first hour. I let off apologize zito and then letting people know that i did see what they said about me on the internet yesterday even though i did fuck up. That doesn't mean like i'm gonna forget about all the terrible things that people were saying to me yesterday on the internet i will remember that forever and we'll change. How act forever. So that was the first couple of minutes and we rate in. Hey dig said the only thing. He's not gonna gamble on the. Us women's soccer team. That was the first thing we talked about on this show. Basically it was digs mad about the soccer team. Losing last night probably lost him money. And that's the only thing we can really set your clock to our. Us women's team is going to be there but they lost. We talked about basketball. Talked about aaron rodgers. A little bit giving that. I have no news on aaron rodgers. Come on to tell me has anything. Well the in rappaport in right before it said and he joined us. That was what was about to get to ian. Rapoport join us. He broke news really. He spreads somebody else's news. Congrats a fred warren. He's got forty million guaranteed by the way inside linebacker that same position. This guy played same deserve. Yeah absolutely well-deserved guys in absolute freak and seems to be the heartbeat of that defense right and said he's the best linebacker in the league. He said he knows them a little bit better because they together maybe a connection a cow or whatever. But do you know. Fred warner and is he one of the inside linebackers. You go like okay. This guy is going to be the future of the nfl. This is how people are going to have to play the inside linebacker position. And what does this mean for darius leonard. You think is obviously paying attention to this. I don't know of. Ballard should be happy or not like he's he's thinking. Hey we we're gonna get the cheap like do they think it's going to be cheap now with this ninety. Five million dollars over forty guaranteed schefter. Put out a tweet immediately. After the fred warner announcement contract that said darius leonard is next and That's supposed to be around nine hundred million a year. Something that we talked to. Chris ballard and we ask them you know if any of these pillar contracts about to happen. He's maybe we'll see you. Thank you eluded that there are happening right now. If you're darius leonard steam or fred warner steam youtube were probably. I want to say talking to each other but they were probably trying to stare each other down on goes i who doesn't go because now the bar is set exactly where it is. Everybody knows dairies. Lana jones. congratulations my okay. Great 'pool-factor by the way zito great pool their massive. Congratulations to darius leonard into fred warner. But i wonder if they talked to each other. What do you think you think..
"ninety five million dollars" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"That's there's not a lot of time to figure that out in time. I'd have a follow up here in a bit but i want to shift to another thing. That doesn't have a lot of time to figure out in. What you said was the last time you're on was fascinating. You said that there were still teams interested into shawn watson. then to sean watson's agent was posting photos of him working out with two young potential faces of the nfl at some point if they can end up making it so the business side of saying like. Hey i can love these guys with the shawn watson even though the accusations and allegations are massive and in plenty then you see Deshaun liking said. Hey if you're playing this year like this tweet. How could that all happen in. How could that happen. Feasibly within the next five days before camp you said and then we got three weeks until the season starts that is the judicial system's like much different in that a whole different world that we have no time for right. Now for sean to play justice going to take a while over there you think or is that not yeah. Justice always takes awhile and you know the nfl is sort of out of the business of just waiting until justice handles it and then we'll figure it out because usually that's like two or three years later right like guys who going to dui then get suspended two years later and you're like why did this guy get suspended. All right. I can remember that so the nfl has to proceed. And yeah i mean there's you know again five days before camp. I haven't got the sense. Texans are moving forward and trading him at all So for watson it's either you know. Move forward as you've been which is not wanting to play for the texans at all but having to report and then you know mike airfoil. My colleague is reported that the nfl is not expected. Put him on the exempt list. I would agree with that because no games are coming up. So it's going to be an awkward ganz until and unless the texans go all right fine. He's not playing. I will trade him. But you know i do think there are teams interested and that would trade from before the legal situation is wrapped up but would they allow the texans to maximize his value in a trade. That sort of a different question. Okay so you don't get the sense that is quietly behind the scenes potentially getting wrapped up. What you're saying is this could take a couple years and there's nfl teams. That are still interested even though they have no idea what could potentially becoming or is that real. Yeah and i think you know. There's there's definitely some definitely some teams still interested. I know that. I think most teams are sort of thinking like. Hey if he gets. Look if you're going to trade for if you're training for shawn watson you're not trading firm for this year trading for him for twelve years. I mean franchise quarterback who's young. Who's awesome go great player like. That's that's something that is a twelve year thing right so if he does get suspended this year would certainly is in the realm possibility Then i would say Teams will with that and kind of move forward and and kind of figure that one out all right. Good luck out there for your uncle. Had i'm talking gone back to the roger situation. I know. hey. I want to update your. Here's the news that we're talking about so fred warner and the forty niners this. According to mike garafolo get a five year. Ninety five million dollars extension with forty point..
"ninety five million dollars" Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast
"That the heart does go on. Those lyrics will be forever associated with the celine. Dion hit my heart will go on from the soundtrack to the james cameron film. Titanic titanic a love. Story centered around the doomed maiden voyage of the famed ship of the same name star. Leonardo dicaprio and kate winslet. The film was released to theaters in december of nineteen ninety-seven and went on to be a massive smash success after pulling over twenty eight million dollars on its opening weekend. The film remained at the top of the north american box. Office charts for fifteen straight weeks. A record for any film and stayed in theaters in north america for ten months when the film finally closed theaters in october of nineteen ninety eight. It had grossed over six hundred million dollars in north america and an additional one point two billion dollars elsewhere around the world leading it to become the highest grossing film of all time worldwide. A title it held onto for twelve years until titanic was dethroned by another. James cameron film avatar. The movie was released a home video. In september of nineteen. Ninety eight on vhs laserdisc selling fifty eight million copies worldwide in. Its first three months of release grossing nine hundred and ninety five million dollars it was released on. Dvd on august thirty first nineteen ninety nine and it went on to become the first dvd. Ever to sell one million copies. Keep in mind that this was a time when less than five percent of households in the us actually owned a dvd player in addition to being a commercial success titanic was a critical success as well. The film began its award sweep in early. Nineteen ninety eight starting with the golden globes where it was nominated for eight awards and won four including best director and best motion picture drama. It was then nominated for fourteen academy awards of which at one eleven including best picture best director and best original song for my heart will go on which also went on to win four grammy awards for record of the year song of the year. Best song written for a motion picture and best female pop vocal performance..
"ninety five million dollars" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show
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"ninety five million dollars" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Amazing what they're doing and even better summary than last time all right. I guess i'll let you off the hook this well. I can't wait to tell everybody how right i was. So that's why eager to get to the next one direction des best andrew tours so you may recall our standing listeners. In episode to wait we talked about the lawsuit filed by roy moore and his wife kayla more against sasha baron cohen. We pointed out that. Roy moore of his own volition was represented by larry klayman and and we predicted that it would not be resolved via motion to dismiss but would be resolve early summary judgment motion. Now you might be thinking well. That was two years ago so you were wrong about the early part. No we were not. There was a year worth of litigation over whether to transfer the suit from washington dc to the southern district of new york which it was finally in two thousand nineteen and then there was a year tee. Teeing up the Summary judgment motion earlier this week. The us district court for the southern district of new york ruled in favor of cbs. And sasha baron cohen in every respect which we're going to break down and it was Delightful and this is all related to that show. Right wasn't the america. what was it. it's called. Who is america who is funny. What's that. I have teed up twenty five seconds if you wanna play the clip on the show back. They've now used technology to identify other abnormalities turns out the six offenders at particularly pedophiles secrete an enzyme for the age which is actually detectable. It is three times the level of non votes so the phase sweating like a ripe east is actually based on science. So in israel developed a machine that is used in schools. This this character is ridiculous like yuna brow. that's like absolutely hilarious Okay well that was the critical. The interview moment andrew. What happened there that we need to know about. Yeah okay so as you pointed out right. This is an interview with israeli anti-terrorism expert named general iran. Murad and what is astonishing. Is how long this interview goes. Yeah and roy moore has no idea that he is being sasha baron cohen layup it begins with a whole bunch about like how alabama supports israel and sasha baron. Cohen feeds him. These questions about like right because alabama's estate in which you've always valued equality in. Yes absolutely we're on the forefront of equality and like all of that pretty funny and then there's the clip. You just heard it. She says we've got this a pedophile detector. And of course after add more does not. It's hard to tell without watching the video. But he kind of nods along and at this point he still does not realize he's being set up right he just sits. There answers the questions that sasha baron cohen of course he takes it out and he's like none of us pedophile like i could wave overby death agai- truly an amazing. This was what a i remember watching. I watched the show like episode by episode. As it came out at the time i was just i was just astonished at the brilliance of it. I mean it really is that level of thinking ahead and of planning those kinds of pranks that it's not just like a bs you know press slime dump a bucket a slime on so you know. This is something where he keeps him. Engaged the whole time as you're saying like he keeps him into the interview believing in the whole does pedophile. To and of course it's it's beeping off the charts when he pushes them anywhere near raigmore. And then i think the additional brilliance is sasha cohen. Going oh well you must. Did you low your jacket to somebody and at their and answers questions for another minutes before. Finally walking in connection with the roy moore really is made the following bad life decision which was to hire larry klayman and again. We're talking about you know. Sydney powell and howard klein handler. And the next tuesday. We're going to talk about some. Truly bad lawyers are going to get what's coming to them less lettuce. Pour one out for the long lamented original you know. Og bad lawyer. Larry klayman who decided to sue cbs. Four on behalf of roy moore for defamation intentional infliction of emotional distress and fraud in the amount of ninety five million dollars. Are you telling me. Cbs owns showtime. That's yes appointing news. I hate cbs. And i liked time tricked. I've been had everybody kayla more roy. Moore's wife joined in on the i d. and fraud counts. Okay but not the defamation council and yesterday the opinion came out which was everything we told you which was this was going to get thrown out. We did not have access to the contract. That roy moore signed at the time. The complaint was filed. Now we do. I'm going to link in the show notes. It's really interesting contractor result. So let me say. The court's decision was that all of moore's claims were released by having signed the contract. The contract is incredibly interesting in what it reveals about roy. Moore's concerns at the time so it is a one and a half page at which a one page document and it says. This is an agreement between your roussel. I am tv parenthesis including its signs. Licensees parents subsidiaries and affiliates collectively the producer and by the way the parent company of your mtv is an llc of which sasha baron cohen is the number and the underlying participant participant that in exchange for the producer making a two hundred dollars donation to the charity chosen by the participant and allowing the opportunity for the participant to appear in a television series. The participant decreases follows and then written in by. Roy moore is foundation for moral law. Which is the garbage imaginary charity. That i just want to point out even when given an opportunity to make a donation to charity. Roy moore cannot do that. He's gotta make to a right wing. Lobbying oregon yeah but whatever. Sasha baron cohen's but two hundred dollars well-spent to the horrible foundation for moral law then paragraph four is the weaver and i just wanna tell you again. Don't take legal advice from podcast doing ever like we talked about the sort of potential for trickery and we reference.
"ninety five million dollars" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"A couple here and there. No he's a guy who hasn't won a title and it's his first. Nba like he is one is. He's good in commercials right. It's good good actor. Secondly he was in la a. And they were. They were kind of a thing in l. a. And i think he capitalized on that greatly. He's made two hundred ninety five million dollars in salary alone. I this this year. It's forty one point. Three five eight million dollars so look he'd never do it but the truth is he could work for like. Hey man i'll just take the mid level exemption and i'll stay here and you guys spend all that money but as a the head of the players association as a vet as an old head like it's your of job to go and go and get paid so he can opt out. It's a player option. Otherwise he's gonna make forty four million dollars so why would you opt out to opt out to lengthen deal. Three years hundred ten million dollars whatever which would put him over the four hundred million dollar career earning. Which just that's crazy again. That's only in salary and while everyone watches and goes like well you just do it. You just page do it. You just do it you at chris paul is. He's your iphone three iphone. Three right like he's hitting mid range shot like man that mid range stuff still works He's still got all the tricks. And all the like. Look i have fifteen actually sixteen now years of data sixteen years of data and i remember. You're you're listening to arguably the biggest fan of chris paul throughout the other fifteen years of work. You're ever going to hear a national radio national. Tv like i could go back and point out things that he does that other people just miss that are so good. I mean so good. It's like man. That's that's god given you know he gives do some things that just unbelievable. I mean he doesn't. They forced him to go left and he did. A good job of making shots going left. But if you go and look you use it's called synergy you go back and look use a synergy account at the percentage of times in which he finishes either layup or jump shot dribbling a basketball with his right hand. It's like three or four to one. Maybe even more that dude goes right and like like monitoring going left. He goes left. There's nothing much you can do about it. He's going right. There's not much you he'll go left and then come back to his right. It's really hard to keep that right hand. But i'm a huge fan. And i'm sitting there telling you that at some point you cannot update the three s iphone at at some point and i know some you guys. You got my old iphone. I don't need all these cameras. I don't need the gigantic one. If i wanted an ipad i would get an ipad. I just like my old like that. Sounds great but every device you have every ever gotten you know has a limit you can tell me like my surround sound stereo. I don't need bluetooth. It gets the airplanes overhead. And it gets. That's fine at some point everybody's going digital at some point everybody's going to bluetooth at some point. All the wires are going to be cut. You're just you can be in denial of at some point. He's going to not be able to do it. And during the previous fifteen years and even in years sixteen there have been times in which like it was just a couple of weeks ago. He hurt his shoulder and some bizarre collision. Where you're like dude. He may never play basketball again. And i know some of it. He sells it but look look. He was legit hurt. This guy gets hurt all the time. He's only six feet tall. It's kind of an acquired taste. He's gotten hurt every big year ever seems like and he's already thirty six years. Old at at a size disadvantage. You can tell me. Like i'm just going to ride or die with my iphone three at some point. The iphone three going to die. And it's not just because apple's slowed you're downloading speed when that the worst and they did that remember. That was like two years ago. They were doing that like why is everything. So slow like apple did it. Pesters the point is i can love the sons love c. p. three but three more years of it. Tell me dude at thirty nine at point guard who's dominating playing well in the league. I come up next to the suns. Take a commanding lead tonight. We'll discuss next in the heart. Be sure to catch live editions of the heard. Weekdays at noon eastern nine. am pacific on fox. Sports radio affects one and the iheartradio app. It's crazy how much we have to pay for outdated impersonal healthcare and even crazier that we all just accept it. It's time to face facts. Healthcare is backwards. Luckily there's forward a new approach to primary care that surprisingly personal and refreshingly straightforward forward never makes you feel like just another patient backed by top rated doctors and the latest tech forward gives you access to personalized care whenever you need it. 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Thanks so much for joining us. I love yourself on social media and obviously the stuff with bleach report. It's you know to those of us who are just junkies and and who guys a just. It's awesome what you're able to show which we're able to see okay. So here's what happens. We're watching a game and we're like. Oh milwaukee switching. Why are they switching. Why don't you just. Why don't you just have drew holiday. Guard chris paul the whole time like it used to we. We get this feeling like that's how it used to be right. Used to one guy they would match up the whole time. Is it possible in this. Nba to.
"ninety five million dollars" Discussed on The Big Picture
"All right But okay so say even and this is what you have to look at when you look at the difference between movies and tv because the thing is with tv series. Yes it is kinda cool that they get to do much more material That is that is the thing that is a thing And that's neat. However okay so even if i had the same budget is i had to make my tv series. That i had as the movie. That's a ninety. Five million dollar budget will now but that's ninety five million dollars now having to be spread over six or seven hours as opposed to three hours. Which is what. I'm more or less shooting for so that means. Yeah what i had two weeks to do here for a cinematic sect peace. Now i have like four days right. And so yeah. If it's just people talking to each other will yeah. There's no problem there whatsoever. But you're not gonna see it made in the with the same kind of craftsmanship. That movie is when it has the right budget to do what it needs to do. So we're all those skills go. Where does all that crash trying to figure out because we're christner constantly trying to keep up with what is at the center of the culture as along with the things that we love there on the outskirts of it and some things are are there are things like that are in the mainstream culture but even now i feel like as a lot of these things become these stretched out. Tv shows. You can see exactly what you're describing. Which is there is less time put into something and then thus less skill and less care and then is it just pixie dust. Then and then we don't get as many we just get a diminishing returns on quality films. Tv shows cetera. Well i think you know well. I think you're just falling into a tv shows or movies where there's the good ones and then there's no ones that are okay and the ones that were fined filled your time and then they and then the ones that you didn't like and you didn't finish Now i'm not a guy. I try not to binge when i watch a show. I'll watch two episodes of a show but i always stop short of third episode and the reason i do that is because one if i liked the thing. I don't wanna burn through it with half a brain. I i want to savor it. I want to enjoy it. But also as the guy who's actually directed a few episodes of television episodes and i think in them in terms of individual episodes. I don't want to be caught in to a connective tissues sensation. Loop a sensation loop. I want to stand alone. I wanna to treat each episode as a as an episode unto itself. And look. And i've done that before i've done like you know back back way way back in the day get caught up in a a csi and watch sign a really like really like and then i watch another one and i really liked that by the time watching. I'm just plugging in. I just don't want the sensation to be over. But i'm not taking it in anymore. Okay but so. That's notable to you directed a csi. You directed an er. Those shows are episodic standalone series. They have narrative subplots soap opera soap opera going on but in general. Sit down to watch anyone at any time and it works. I do think that the nature of television has moved almost entirely to sarah. Gotta watch the next one. Got to watch the next or or even..
"ninety five million dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I it's jazz. Sixty to fifty four on the clippers and mafia is watching the game and noticing. How naked they are without kawhi leonard. It's changed everything. Their defense has no chance to do anything. It's bogdonovich is having this huge. Because they have nobody to garden even if they had somebody to guard him. They're not guarding him. Guys had a huge half They're getting all the calls every every call. Utah's getting and they're in salt lake. They're not losing this game like if they lose this game i will heal over. Now i saw philadelphia blowed game so anything's possible but the way they're shooting the way they're hitting the way spiders playing with donovan sitting and they got gobert blocking shots. Dunkin balls i mean. Is this just easy work. This is easy work. I don't see how it's like. Mitch laurence said how can they win the series without a hundred. I'll tell you another thing. Quiet leonard if he has an acl. 'cause that's what it led to i it was he had a niece brain and now he's got an acl. If you've got an acl he's done. And i'm talking about this year. He he's done until next playoffs. It'll be done for the whole season and then he'll at best show up for the playoffs next year. At best and the question is will even be on. The clippers is another question now. He's from la and he might very well love it there and all the rest but who knows because he can go every once so is if he blows out his knee surgery and mrs a year it. Why would he go back there. Just go somewhere else and start over. He's going to miss a year anyway. Who knows joe is in florida. You're on a bench. What's up joe. What thought brother. Hey dan you're not wrong about doc rivers. Just give me a second as you can Certain you know. I think coaching in general in the nba is very very overrated. You know people talked about phil. Jackson is great coats for example. Yeah he was a great coast. 'cause he posts michael jordan and then he went and coached kobe. Bryant and shaquille o'neal. That's why coach kinda comical. Here's the thing. Doc rivers absolutely is drinking bleach before these games. There's not making any sense and decision. He's about to take simmons out. All the reason i called. Is we gotta put some damn accountability on embiid to hit them. Free throws we gotta make sure harris could make a play down the stretch. We gotta put some accountability on these damn players but we gotta get in the gym to learn how to shoot a bleeping jump. Shot a two hundred or four foot of because it's bleeping disgusting when i'm walking out here. We just can't blame the coaches because means Players the soft. And they you know they might have some lady parts of that show times. We can't just blame the coach. I love you man teaching love. Now listen hold on joe. Let me live in all fairness. Let's say this embiid. Tonight was eleven thirteen from the line. He missed the two at the end. That meant the world to them when they were down three. He needed to make those. There's no denying that but when you go eleven thirteen from the line. I got nothing to say to you when you go. Twelve twenty from the floor and hit two four from downtown fifty percent of your threes and you hit twelve twenty from the floor and eleven thirteen for the line and you got one. You're planning on one leg. And you got this meniscus there. I got nothing. But respect for him bead he had thirty seven points. He had four blocked shots thirteen rebounds five times on one leg. He's not the problem now. Fair enough this is real simple. Curry was three or four from the line. Korkmaz was three of five from the line. Milton was to to nobody else. Shot a free throw in the game. I mean no one day literally They were twenty three of thirty eight. But it was just those guys. It was emptied thirteen fourteen from seven's four from curry five from korkmaz and to milton. Shot him and nobody else had a problem with a two three five three or four. I got no problem with eleven thirteen or any of those not all. Those numbers are solid. Except simmons. simmons sucks. I will give you this. You cannot milton have five points. What he plays at home at fourteen the last game you cannot have will give you a sex. He sucks. mazzi gives you zero. Dwight howard gives you zero. No points eight rebounds that guy. Seven forty are one down. He can't throw down he can't dunk. Korkmaz has eight simmons. Eight harris for now harris was to eleven tonight from the floor of three from downtown and shot no free throws to tobias. Harris was an absolute lobotomy. Tonight he was so awful. I'll give you that you're right. You gotta have some accountability on the team. Here's here's who deserves it. Tobias harris was torturous tonight to watch play basketball and meanwhile he's supposed to be a star. Ben simmons flat-out socks. I'm done listening to anybody dummy that he's got any kind of game at all other than defending and dunking that's it. He's got no other games zero. He should be playing in my rec league. The way he shoots. he's terrible. He really is terrible. He's terrible player. he really is. He's a terrible player. He's scared to death of a mid range at three or a free throw. Anyone is scared of those. Three things is not a baller. I don't care what you say. He's a monster player with his size and speed and strength and muscles. I mean the guy a freight train running down with the ball. There's no denying but that's his only ability. He only has one feature he can drive and dunk. that's it he can drive and shoot a scoop lay ups so what my mother can do that. And she's dead. Here's the deal. They're coach socks all their players. Sock simmons sox harris socks and embiid the only team that can play an mba. It's going to get one hundred and ninety five million dollars to prove it because they're going to give him a supermax the rest of that team. You can get rid of all of them. And i'll tell you what daryl morey should fire that hack ask coach. You know what i said earlier..
"ninety five million dollars" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"Some news and notes getting you guys up to date on the latest story lines across major league baseball for the past week. What's been going on across baseball. And then in the middle of today's show. I'm gonna liftoff about forty different trade candidates for you guys that trade deadline of courses july thirty first but now that we're about six weeks away. The rumors are starting to fly out there. Team start to make moves at the end of june. Whether you're a buyer or a seller a lot can still change your moving forward but team certainly start to think that they know which path they're going to take as we head through june so i'm going to list off some names of guys who could be moved over the next couple of weeks here shortly and then at the end of the today's show we're going to talk about the standings. Get you guys up to date on which teams are playing well which ones are currently struggling and ultimately let you guys know what's going on across major league baseball but here at the top of the show like i said we're gonna start out in the national league east talking about the new york mets. They've made Story lines here a couple of different ways. The first one was pete alonso coming out and basically saying that he believes major league. Baseball's manipulating the baseball's to lower the value of free agents. This offseason now this free agency classes heavy offensive class. A couple of years ago pitchers where the main story lines but this off season it's a lot of hitters and of course with the dead any of the baseball. The offense is way down across the league. So ultimately pete alonso feels like general managers and talent evaluators are not going to be paying as much money to this free agency classes. They would have just a couple of years ago and some of the statistics and of the facts. Back this accusation. I mean back in two thousand and nineteen three point. Six percent of plate appearances ended in a home run and that is down to three point one this year with the deadening of the baseball. And you add in the sticky substance debate and ultimately offense way down so some of these guys who are going to be free agents are coming off down years in gm's could certainly be like a. You didn't perform well last year. We're not gonna pay. You would have had you hit three hundred with forty home runs. You hit two thirty this year with twenty eight so your value on the open market isn't as high as it would have been a couple of years ago and now mets acting general manager scott came out in refuted this report. Basically saying i didn't know. Pete was a conspiracy theorist he also said the way teams value in a value and evaluate performance is relative to level. So we're not going to be fooled by offense if it's way up or way down we're going to look at players about relative to how the league is playing so would have no influence on how a player is valued or paid moving forward and of course the general manager is going to say that say. Hey we're not gonna pay you less because you struggled this year. But when they're behind closed doors and having these sort of negotiations yes absolutely. These conversations are going to come up if you hit. Three hundred with forty home runs in a contract year. You're going to be paid more than if you hit. Twenty with twenty eight home runs. and yes. They're going to say oh history says he's going to bounce back he's going to perform at higher levels but when you're in a contract year what have you done for me lately. Certainly as the conversation comes into play and this this report there was a wrinkle that was recently thrown out by former red sox. Third baseman will middlebrooks. Who said that back. In two thousand and eighteen major league baseball bought the rights to rawlings the company for about three hundred and ninety five million dollars and this was quote swept under the rug for quite some time and now major league. Baseball has the rights and capability of excess in the manufacturer of baseball's that they use every day. That's something to think about. I'm not big. Conspiracy theorist here. But i do think there's an issue and another thing is. They changed the ball every year. What other sport does that all of a sudden in two thousand eighteen. They juiced balls and like they said they had a big class of pitchers. Well those are obviously through the roof and they're a home runs given up runs given up obviously bigger. So you can't pay them and makes a ton of sense end quote so middlebrooks is basically saying that depending on what type of free agency classes coming up. That's how major league baseball is going to manipulate the baseball and with their recent purchase of the manufacturer of the baseball they certainly have the ability to do so so with this offensive off seasons in a lot of the top free agents hitters. It certainly makes sense. Let's dead in the baseball. And let's pay a little less money and let's make ourselves more in revenue. More profit with fans back in the stands to get back to where we were economically just a few years ago so again. A conspiracy theory thrown around there and pete alonzo putting himself right in the middle of it saying. Hey you guys aren't gonna pay us you dead in the baseball is this is on you. We're still going to want our money. It's just another wrinkle in what's going to be a very tenuous collective bargaining agreement coming up here in the near future. It's just gonna be another argument. That goes either way and ultimately what's to be very friendly at this particular point in time but on the field for the new york mets We gotta talk about. Jacob degrom once again i mean he went out and his most recent starting win six scoreless innings in a win over the padres now was taken out with some elbow tendinitis he did have an mri that came back clean. So the mets are very optimistic and Degrom expects to make his next start. And so do the new york mets but again anytime you have any sort of elbow. Discomfort arm discomfort. The grabs missed a couple of starts with some latte issues. He's comebacks still throw a hundred miles an hour so they certainly are being very careful with jacob degrom but it's certainly something to keep an eye out on here moving forward but the is absolutely chasing history. I mean lowest. Era through ten appearances and this is for starting pitchers to grandma's at point five six. He's actually giving up. Four earned runs over his first ten starts and has five is so he's accounted for more runs off offensively then he's allowed when he's on the mound which is just another historical stat. His point five six. Era is the lowest by far through ten appearances next on the list. Here if you go all the way back to nineteen fourteen. But i'm not including that one hundred years ago. You have bob gibson in nineteen sixty eight. Who was at one point. Five two now. His era finished at one point. One two and of course led to the lowering of the mound. And also next is doc. Gooden in nineteen eighty-five mets at one. Point eight nine. Era and he finished at one point five three so whereas degrom going to finish. I it certainly be d. But ultimately he is way above pace of the other guys at the top of that list and it seems like every time he goes out. It's at least six scoreless..
"ninety five million dollars" Discussed on MarketFoolery
"I'm not gonna say it's impossible but it's a little difficult for taiwan semiconductor to get over it skis over the next three years. Chris does that makes sense. That makes so. When i when i look at it i really do believe this company is very well positioned it. Put a final point on your question to answer. If there's something you had to look for to say like have we moved. From extreme shortage to maybe constrained. Just look at the backlog look at things like the backlog if your if it takes you say like two weeks to get your new mac. Instead of two months things are improving. Let's move onto because oetzi is buying depop a second hand fashion app. They're paying one point. Six billion dollars depop which i'd never heard of before this morning there. Let's people buy and sell used clothes through a online marketplace. They've got thirty million users on their platform shares up two percent this morning that tells me they got a good deal. A good price did they. I think they did and Let's be clear about something that gets very little credit for this is a cash generating monster. Et seq generates a ton of cash every single year. And let me just pull up a the numbers here. What i show is around. Seven hundred ninety five million dollars in free cash flow just over the trailing twelve months here chris. Clearly there's a premium here depop would not sell if they weren't selling it some kind of premium so we know that that's happening. But how long is it gonna take to draw down. Its cash and pay this out probably less than a year. Maybe six months to pay that out. Tuck it in and make it an important part of it's branded offerings. Very smart for as it builds out brands. Because here's the thing that as far as is concerned the brand is at sea. It's not like a holding company and it has a bunch of brands and those brands are attractive and it benefits from that so by pulling in so just like apple has like beats by dre like people do want beats and so. Here's an opportunity for to go out and say you know what here's a brand that you know. We have all of the infrastructure all of the mechanisms to keep. Deb op. what it is. It's still amazing. And now we're going to give you more logistical support. We're gonna make it easier to buy. We're going to give you everything you need. But this is still the same brand that you love. I think it's an interesting tuck in acquisition chris. One of the things. I find interesting about this deal. Is that it's mostly cash. And the only reason that surprises me is the way oetzi stock has performed over the past year. I would have thought if they were going to make it a cash and stock deal. They would lean more on the stock side. But you know the way. Josh silverman has been running this company for the last four years. I don't think i or anyone else's in a place to question how they structured this deal. Well let me give you some perspective here on that like. We don't know this for sure. But what i like about that. Chris is you do want to preserve equity not only to honor shareholders..
"ninety five million dollars" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
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I'm not an inside animal dude but if you the worst things when you walk into somebody's house and you can smell the animal of their. They've got that for you as well. Perry's vacuum so forty eight seventy five west tenth three at nine seven zero three seven. Eight seven seventy eight zero four nine seven zero three seven eight seventy eight. Oh four and so let them know you heard about them right here on k. f. a. r. poll question up on our facebook page. Do you think that there should be an age limit for people running for president. You know what what is it. I think we've all. I think we've settled. I've said at least. I don't offer and agrees with me but i've settled at least seventy years. Old is a good cutoff for that. You're talking about the most important job in the world and we say that america is is like the beacon right. We are the the global powerhouse. I don't think that that responsibility should land on somebody in their eighties. Don't and i know it's tough to say and you know i. I'm not not disrespecting any of my elders. Because hell i wouldn't be where i am without him but it it's it's difficult to for me to think that an eighty six year old person can run and handle the stress of this country the way that the it needs to be done. Let me know what you think. Texas of the text line nine seven zero four seven eight one three zero one nine seven zero four. Seven eight one. Three zero one takes care of that number. You'll be subscribed and ready to go. I mean what you think. So this story we're gonna move over here to ap news have you seen about this. The the giant container ship that had blocked the suez canal. They finally got it for he. I mean this was re dicusss. How long who was stuck for almost a week in the canal ending a crisis that had clogged one of the world's most vital waterways and halted billions of dollars a day in maritime commerce. So this is so for me. This is where i will say on this. Like on the outside looking in because they don't know the value of everything that's going through there and being shipped through there a boat getting stuck and not letting more boats go through to me is kind of funny. It's just it's you have to admit it's a little funny and you know you know the next boat come through. There has the possibility to do the funniest thing ever and blocked the canal again. I mean obviously i do that. Wouldn't that be hilarious. If the the boat immediately following the one. That just got unstuck got stuck some humor that helped by the high tide. A bunch of tugboats ranch the The poed The bow of the skyscraper sized ever given from the canal seyni bank where it had been firmly lodged since march twenty third six days the tugs blared their horns and jubilation as they got the ever given through the water. After days of futility that had captivated the world trying scrutiny and social media mockery. There was a lot of that. Guan the vessel headed to Toward the great bitter lake a wide stretch water halfway between the north and south ends of the canal where it will be inspected to evergreen marine corps a major taiwan-based shipping company that operates ship. I buffet by a sandstorm. The ever given a crash into a bank of a single stretch of the canal about six column kilometers. Excuse me three point seven miles north of the southern entrance near the city so as they created a massive traffic jam that held up nine billion dollars a day in global trade holy cow that i did not know it was that much money nine billion dollars a day. It's insane in global trade and strained supply chains already burdened by the coronavirus pandemic three hundred and sixty seven vessels carrying everything from crude oil to cattle are backed up as they wait to traverse the cow dozens of others have taken the long alternate route around the cape of good hope at africa. Southern tip a three thousand one hundred mile detour the cost ships hundreds of thousands of dollars in fuel and other causse egypt which considers the canal source of national pride in crucial revenue already has lost over ninety five million dollars in tolls according to the data firm refinitiv. That is insane that there's that much money through there. That goes through every single day. Nine billion dollars so that the ship is officially out. It is officially done now. And now it Now how we hope that. This doesn't happen again. Who thought one boat like one thing could absolutely just mess up that much that much money going forward that much revenue that much of the stock market. I mean one boat. One dude just got a little sideways and all of a sudden we got to the whole world looking in still here on the national news the who report covert likely. I jumped into human humans from animals. I thought we knew this already. Didn't we joint world health organization. China study on their origins of covid. Nineteen says that transmission of the virus from bats to human through another animal is the most likely scenario and that alab leak is extremely unlikely according to a draft copy obtained by the associated associated press. Okay i see. They're saying something else. Eight a bat. First and then somebody from china eight whatever eight bat or eat that bat poop i suppose the findings offer little new insight into how the virus first emerged and leave many questions unanswered though. That was as expected. Why is that expected though. We literally had a pandemic that completely shut down the world for a year. And we don't expect answers. Don't think that should be how that works. The report does provide more detail.
Cerence Announces Record First Quarter 2021 Results
"Gonna start today with severance the automotive. Ai developer came out with record results in the first quarter and yet shares of severance down. eight percent. today is this evaluation thing. Is this people in the market. Saying look it's up. Four hundred percent of the past year where we're taking some profits. I think that's a reasonable. That's a reasonable assumption. There are some things in the call that could lead you to believe maybe the near term there might be some challenges. But yeah i mean there's no doubt it is a it's a business it's not profitable yet and and so that is one of those things. That's the biggest risk to to a stock like this today is is typically going to be valuation given how far it's run in such a short time if you just been a tremendous perform for us in our services and it's really turning into a fun little company to follow the valley. It shows the value. I think that spinoffs can offer. Because if you remember. Sarah is it used to be a part of nuance communications and spun off from nuance to to become. Its own own little company but but really servants for folks who don't know. What does i mean. This is a company that focuses on conversational envision. Art official intelligence based products for the automobile. And so it's essentially getting in your car in being able to operate things primarily with your voice but they also have audio or visual components. They're they're working with a partnerships to develop a augmented reality windshields so all sorts of things they're developing as the car becomes next frontier and i. It's the neat thing about this business. I is when you when you actually go through. What they do in the primary focus today is on the automobile but they also they also like to tout the market expansion potential and adjacent markets including get this. Chris cruise ships two wheel vehicles and elevators so so modes of transportation of all sorts. I mean they're really looking to get into all sorts of different modes of transportation. It really the car is the primary frontier for this this business but to your point it was a great quarter. Revenue grew by twenty three percent. They had called incidentally for ten to sixteen percent previously so they said they really surpassed guidance there so ninety five million dollars for the quarter versus versus a year ago setting a new quarterly record. They've continued growth in billings per car and interestingly too they won back a major european. Oem deal for the quarter so so generating some new infotainment designs of for a major european and that production will start in two thousand twenty three. So there's a lot of cool stuff on the horizon. I mentioned there. Were some signs that maybe some near-term challenges in primarily that was noted in a supply chain constraints. Semiconductors in i i think management is being pretty upfront with that. We've seen that mentioned before and other calls. The company are referred to on motley. Fool money this past week synthetics they noted the same thing that there are just some supply chain constraints in the semicon semiconductor industry. Right now that are that are putting some businesses in a little bit of a pinch. That's a near term thing. That's not a business specific specific things so so for me. I look at what this business is doing the regardless of the selling off today. I think they really still are. They're delivering what they say they're going to deliver in. And i'm really encouraged.
Kodak Crashes 85% from Recent Peak
"Kodak. We've been all over this for the past two weeks. Right I told you they got a seven hundred and sixty five million dollar loan to get into the drug. Business Kodak the Film Camera Company getting into the drug business. Turns out in their one hundred thirty, one year history they actually were in the drug business for six years from one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine, hundred, ninety, four, it was a failure they got out and it's notable that they got in one thousand nine, hundred, eighty, two years before the recession set in right typical top of the cycle de Worse vacation kind of acquisition move for for a company is being managed into into the ground so. That's where it to the reason episode again and and we're back in the drug business with this seven, hundred, sixty, five, million dollar loan from the government I thought that was just kind of crazy enough all by itself because sent the stock soaring from to sixty two on a Monday to sixty dollars at the peak on a Wednesday in you know the third trading session of the week that week. Just insane. That was crazy enough right. Then what are we talk about last week? Well, they granted themselves stock options the day before announcement like that's not fishy like. Crony capitalist move, you know to just try to rake some of his money off the top of the management team. Okay. Now. This Week There's well other stuff going on. So so since last we talked the SEC is investigating this thing. And the loan from the. International, the government agencies called the DNC, the Development Finance Corporation the DNC loan is on hold. And the stock as I speak Ios below ten bucks again, and if you look at the stock chart of the last several days, it looks like it was flatlined. You know like somebody whose heart stopped and then wham the hit it with the paddles and now it looks like his heart stopped again it's a ridiculous episode but I feel like I need to clarify something because of at least one feedback email I got in this case. No, it is not okay for these executives to get stock option grants it's not okay and it wasn't okay for them to get them. I don't believe even back in May. Right I put together a time line I wrote a whole piece about this for the stands very digest and I put together a time line and my timeline showed that the order the executive order from President Trump. Was May fourteenth. Two days before that Kodak moves seventy million dollars from a Chinese subsidiary to a US subsidiary quote in anticipation of an intercompany transaction and quote I believe starting up a new pharmaceutical subsidiary constitutes an intercompany transaction, right? So that was actually made twelfth may fourteenth. Trump is used the executive order and invokes the defense production act and says, Hey, you know, let's lend money to companies so that we can produce drugs domestically because too much drug production is overseas in places like China and India by the way if you research that, it's not completely true. We'll talk about that. Maybe another day Kodak made the director option grants the first time on May twentieth today their annual meeting. So, eight days before they're moving money from Chinese from a foreign subsidiary to to a US subsidiary anticipation of a major transaction. Then trump invokes this defense production act, which is just appropriates money for national security right two days later, then six days later, they grant themselves these options at premium prices. Then approximately may eighth according to an interview with the CEO Kodak, and this government agencies start talking about its new drug business. Then on July twenty seven, these idiots grant themselves more options. Then July twenty eighth and it leaks out stock was up twenty, five percent that day the news leaked out. and. Then Twenty John Twenty as the big announcement right? Seven, hundred, sixty, five, million dollar loan to Kodak the shares were up four fold that day July twenty, ninth the stock price hit sixty dollars. And the volume that day is like a hundred and sixty times the previous day and the previous day was twenty, two times the David were that. Next Day July thirtieth a fellow called Mike or non gap thoughts. Which is a a newsletter that he writes on sub stack non gap thoughts. He writes this article citing these suspicious option grant dates when and strike prices next day July thirty fourth. Wall Street? Journal publishes an article citing the potential you know ninety, they said ninety five million dollar windfall for CEO Jim Continente. And there were others on on the Management Team received the options to August. Fourth Wall Street Journal publishes an article citing a new SEC investigation into the disclosure of the loan and the option grants right because it looked like the the loan with the news of the Lomas leaked out on the twenty seventh I think is really what they were concerned about. But the whole thing stinks and let me tell you something what I alluded to earlier when I said I need to make something clear about this. This is not the way capitalism is supposed to work. A corporate management team is supposed to make a lot of money. They're supposed to get ninety five million dollars for creating a business that has performed well for a period of time. That has generated you know for ninety, five, million bucks. You'd better be generating you know at least a billion or more couple of billion hopefully in free cash flow over a period of time consistently, right a real sustainable business for that kind of reward. You don't get paid that kind of money just for getting a loan to be in a business that you were in for six years out of your one, hundred, thirty, one year history and sucked at. Okay that's not the way this is supposed to work. This is the ranking crony capitalism, the EST crony capitalism. And crony capitalism is when you get paid for no in people, right it starts looking suspicious back in May when they're moving seventy million bucks from China to the US, it looks like they already knew they were going to do something and then Oh, two days later trump invokes this this executive order appropriating these loans for this kind of stuff and then up six days. Later, we start granting ourselves options at prices that suggests we know the stock is GonNa take off like a rocket ship. Then we do it again on July twenty seven just to show you how utterly stupid we are. This is not the way it's supposed to work they basically what they did here was. They just took money from well, you know this government money. So you could say they took taxpayer money and they said how can we get way too much of this money in our own pockets? Oh, I know let's grant ourselves a bunch of options. Okay, your stand. Now, I don't have a problem with option grants in general I. Realize people need to be incentivized. It's just the way. Things are nowadays right to to attract good management. You gotta pay them. What looks like way too much money a lot of the time, but this is not that. This is a management team taking money from taxpayers and really taken ultimately from shareholders as well. They're given themselves equity for free that the shareholders have to buy in the market. This isn't the only episode of this. You'RE GONNA see there was a smaller episode that I I kinda filed this way I didn't think I was going to mention it but there was a guy. David? T hines in a story in the Washington. Post. July. Twenty Eighth I mean it's all allegations so I don't know I'll just say this poor fool apparently borrowed four million dollars in this federal PPP paycheck paycheck protection program it was part of the cares act. Right. The cares act was that two trillion dollar corona virus bill that was signed into law in March and included three hundred and forty, nine billion in forgivable loans for small businesses to maintain operating expenses. Mostly payroll, right? That's why it's called. PAYCHECK protection program. So you can just pay your employees even though maybe you're running a restaurant and they have to stay home because of the cove in nineteen, right. So this guy gets four million from this program and then a week later people see him riding around. Miami beach in a Lamborghini. A brand new Lamborghini Lamborghini. Hurricana. Which I guess. That's an electric Lamborghini costs more than three hundred, eighteen, thousand dollars again, how stupid is this guy? That's like granting yourself options the day before the loan announcement. And of course, these things are ripe for. For, this kind of abuse, this is what you get went when the government starts literally like throwing money around all, this is done very very hastily right because we think we have to act we have to act now. and. So this is what you wind up with. You wind up with Kodak and you wind up with this poor sad sack who who thought he wasn't GonNa get caught when he use P P peabody to buy a fricking Lamborghini. It's you know somebody's going to include that in some kind of TV you know some kind of fictional TV show because it's just too priceless. So that's where we are that. That's where we are in. You know the state of of all things financial in August of twenty twenty. Boy Twenty twenty is the weirdest fricken year. I mean things that I won't even get into some of the things that that people I know have been exposed to this year, but it's just. So it's also utterly weird when you shut who who'd a thunk who'd a thunk when you shut down the global economy because you're afraid everybody's going to get the flu or whatever. That all of this stuff would happen that you would get people you know in Lamborghinis with government money and you know Kodak Management taking money out of taxpayers, pockets would have thunk it. Anybody. With a brain is the answer to that one anybody with a brain. And what what you do about what you do about it well. Look we told I told you to avoid Kodak because. People look at that kind of action and the knee jerk. The thing that's built into your brain you know that's that's been kind of evolving for hundreds of thousands of years in complete evolved for hundreds of thousands of years completely different circumstances that have nothing to do with investing. So immediately, as soon as you see that surge Kodak you want hit the buy button but I'm telling you it's deadly and wrong every single time
Pharmaceutical company Sandoz to pay $195 million to resolve price-fixing, bid-rigging charges
"Pharmaceutical company Sandoz has agreed to pay a one hundred ninety five million dollar penalty to resolve criminal charges of conspiring to fix generic drug prices justice department officials said the company for years conspired with other drug makers to raise
Pharmaceutical company Sandoz to pay $195 million to resolve price-fixing, bid-rigging charges
"Pharmaceutical company Sandoz has agreed to pay a one hundred ninety five million dollar penalty to resolve criminal charges of conspiring to fix generic drug prices justice department officials said the company for years conspired with other drug makers to
Are You Willing to Redo It All?
"I WANNA start with prime example. When you decide to Redo things in Your Business Redo your project. How could pay off in the recent motion picture release of Sonic the Hedgehog a movie that cost sixty five million dollars to produce the features allaster Jim Carey and millions? More has been spent on marketing but about six months ago. They screen the film to a live audience. They want to get some feedback. They WANNA find out how well this is going to do in the box office. A couple of things happened number one. The film absolutely bombed and it wasn't because of the story or the acting. It was because of the animation. In fact somebody actually filmed clips and gus screen shots of this film. When they screened it and spread it all over social media and the twitter sphere and the blogosphere blew up there was outrage to. How Sonic the HEDGEHOG? The character was designed people. Were saying it's too lifelike. It doesn't look like the original. Sonic and what a waste of an opportunity. Remember they invested ninety five million dollars to make this movie and in the screening. They find out. People are outraged the G- out of the screening and they see the Internet is turned against them. People can't stand the way sonic looks at this point. The producers of the film had to make a choice. Ignore the critics and role with the movie as is or say. Hey we need to rethink this. We need to kind of make sure. This film is a success and take the criticism seriously in fact it cost paramount. Who produced the film thirty five million dollars to make these corrections to make these edits to the animations and Sonic? This was a huge Chris. They took to listen to the feedback. And say hey. We're going to another thirty five million dollars to get this right but it paid off. The movie just got released last week. And it's breaking all kinds of records. So why do I share the story? Well there's a pivotal time in your business or in the development of your product where you need to decide. Do I reinvest and improve the product based on feedback? Do I redo things even though it's going to cost me a whole bunch of money whole bunch of time? Well paramount did. Is they decided? Hey instead of trying to double down or dig our heels on a product that didn't get reviews. Let's take this opportunity of six months to get it right. Yes we're going to invest more money but we're probably going to lose more money if we just insist on rolling with the movie as is but more importantly when asked the director Jeff Fowler said we would be doing a injustice to the fan base of sonic the Hedgehog. If we got this wrong we have one shot to get this right and we got him do. What's right for the fans? This is somebody who's putting the customer first understanding that the customer is the person that pays the bills. They're the ones that GonNa make or break your business. She got a police them. You GotTa make sure you're delivering something that they actually want and need. I want to share a story from my own business where I had to. Redo things altogether. I actually to do a few times before we are Webinar. Software Company back in two thousand fourteen Webinar Ninja. We actually released a course called the DIY Webinar Guide. And this was a course on how to put together your own. Webinar using various tools like Google hangouts at the time and Email marketing software and video hosting software and landing page software. And how to put it all together and Frankenstein it together to run a Webinar. We thought. Hey that's what we do every day right to run a Webinar. How can we make it easy and other people? Let's create a guy to show them how to put it together. We put this guy down the world and it totally flopped. We got to sales and one of the sales was a charge back. That means somebody called the credit card company and said I want to refund. The other sale was actually from a friend in front of the show. John Lee Dumas from entrepreneur on fire. Who just basically bought it to support our work. We quickly had to make a decision on this Ossete. Not something that people want. How can we redo this so we can make sure we deliver what people want so we learned from the experience at? Hey people actually don't want to do the work. They want a tool that does afford up enter our webinar software and we started with a very small Beta version and we released it in April. Two thousand fourteen and the rest is history. Well technically it is but throughout the history we had to reiterate the software and get better and better improve upon a based on customer feedback. We still do this today. All our customer feedback is what informs our roadmap for one hundred Ingeba in two thousand twenty and beyond so listening to your customers finding out what they want and improving your product based on that iterating improving. This is essential in today's marketplace. You can't live in a vacuum even apple who's known for just kind of doing its own thing and saying. Hey you're gonNA love whatever we put out there. They listen to feedback and they changed their keyboard on the macbook pros and use the old keyboards back in two thousand and fifteen with a butterfly mechanism Because the customer said. Hey we want the old keyboard this new one. We don't love so much but the question is. Are you willing to go back to the drawing board and Redo things a lot of us? Don't make that decision we say. Hey let's just keep on selling it. Let me lower the price. Let me add some bonuses and not owning up to the fact that hey the product is not what it needs to be. I need to Redo things the promises that often we have this feeling of sunk costs or what's called the sunk cost fallacy. We put in so much into something we feel like. Hey I put it in all the stuff put all this time effort money. Let me just keep going in this direction because I put so much into that investment not understanding. Okay the investments great. But it's time to now and Redo things and don't deny the actual criticism the actual feedback. They're getting from customers
'Sonic the Hedgehog' leaves fans disappointed
"All right super sonic no digital makeover can fix everything wrong with sonic the hedgehog that was one review this from C. N. B. C. Jim Carrey shines in sonic the hedgehog he's one of the stars in it but the film will leave sonic fans disappointed that I don't know I mean if you're a fan of it you're gonna go see it you know how much the budget was to put the soccer together ninety five million dollars fandango gives it a ninety one percent rotten tomatoes says sixty three percent if you have kids they probably if they like the sonic the hedgehog and guess what they're gonna like the movie and you're gonna go see it otherwise in maybe skip it Jim Carrey looks like he has a pretty meaty part however and I think he is rather funny when he's placed correctly in
Revenues rise at Uber but it is still losing money
"Moving onto Uber. Uber reported it. Lost Sixty four cents per share in q four on revenue a four point. Oh seven billion dollars. Analysts had expected revenue four point six billion dollars and a loss of sixty eight cents per share on the earnings call. CEO Dr Cadre Shaw. He said the company has moved its profitability target from twenty twenty one to Q.. Four of twenty twenty. They're feeling goods. Optimistic Gross bookings for Araya increased eighteen percent on the year to thirteen point. Five one billion dollars while it's UBEREATS. Division saw gross bookings increased seventy one percent to four point three seven billion Dan. Hooper thinks he can achieve profitability. Because it's lowering spending to promote growth for example rides grew twenty percent year over year in Q.. Four but earnings hit seven hundred forty two million dollars up from one hundred ninety five million dollars just a year ago. It looks like Uber is on plan at least as far as rides go ubereats pizzas still younger business but but rides as you slow growth. If your plan wasn't working that revenue would start to slow and it would it indicate that you're your increased revenue in the past was only because of customer acquisition but this implies that Oh the growth is slowing but the revenues going meaning existing customers are just spending doing more for the rides and they continue to ride
Revenues rise at Uber but it is still losing money
"Reported it. Lost Sixty four cents per share in q four on revenue a four point. Oh seven billion dollars. Analysts had expected revenue four point six billion dollars and a loss of sixty eight cents per share on the earnings call. CEO Dr Carver's Shaw. He said the company has moved its profitability target from twenty twenty one to Q.. Four of twenty twenty. They're feeling goods. Optimistic Gross bookings for Araya increased eighteen percent on the year to thirteen point. Five one billion dollars while it's UBEREATS. Division saw gross bookings increased seventy one percent to four point three seven billion Dan. Hooper thinks he can achieve profitability. Because it's lowering spending to promote growth for example rides grew twenty percent year over year in Q.. Four but earnings hit seven hundred forty two million dollars up from one hundred ninety five million dollars just a year ago. It looks like Uber is on plan at least as far as rides go ubereats pizzas still younger business but but rides as you slow growth. If your plan wasn't working that revenue start to slow and it would it indicate that you're your increased revenue in the past was only because of customer acquisition but this implies that Oh the growth is slowing but the revenues going meaning existing customers are just spending being more for the rides and they continue to ride Ya and I mean I'm telling you uber eats where I live now. Unfortunately Liam out of the zone. It's it's been a real challenge living my life these days but but all kidding aside that has been and I mean from everyone I know who uses an Uber or lift her any sort of ridesharing company but to get that food delivery. I mean that is actually actually the sweet spots and that I believe is where the company is going to continue to grow and ubereats on is in the early part where it's losing money Uber Rides if you look at Ebay da which is a way of looking. You know taking out some some costs that aren't associated with operations actually profitable already.
Hyperloop Travel Tested in Nevada Desert
"Business wars daily is brought to you by Pitney Bowes, and send pro online shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Stay tuned to the end of the show to find out how Pitney Bowes and send pro online can save you time and money and to get a special offer just for listeners of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business daily on this Tuesday, February twenty six imagine traveling the four hundred miles from LA to San Francisco in half an hour, this model of high speed point to point travel as imagined by Elon Musk is called a hyperloop. It's a tube through which pods of people and goods shoot. At speeds of up to six hundred seventy miles per hour on no wheels. The pods are magnetically levitated and push through. Tubes of low pressure air by electric propulsion. A hyperloop could be fully solar-powered and musk argues far safer and less expensive than high speed trains sound like science fiction. Well, think again this future is a lot closer than you think. Several companies are testing hyper loops right now among them virgin hyperloop one which built a sixteen hundred foot long eleven foot high tube in the Nevada desert to test the concept, it's run hundreds of trips through the loop sending. In goods not yet. People through it now in one trip and empty pod. Reached almost two hundred fifty miles an hour demonstrating that the highest speeds aren't quite yet off the drawing boards. Burgeon? Hyperloop one is raised two hundred ninety five million dollars, including at least seventy five million dollars from virgin owner, Richard Branson. Canadian rival transport is raised fifty million a third company hyperloop transportation technologies isn't far behind. It's hard to be certain when hyperloop will actually be proven safe for passengers. But virgin hyperloop is promising commercial service in twenty twenty one transport hasn't yet given us a launch date, but it's building a two mile test track in France this year and has an agreement to build a six mile long test track in Canada, hundreds of cities states and provinces around the world are already vying for the privilege of hosting a hyperloop of their own one is the state of Colorado, which signed a deal with virgin hyperloop one in two thousand seventeen the state imagine. A system that would run three hundred sixty miles from Pueblo in the south to Cheyenne, Wyoming in the north what about a hyperloop business in the hands of Elon Musk musk motivation appears to be simply get the magnetic levitation category off the ground. You might say in two thousand thirteen musk offered his hyper loop design is open source technology for anyone to build upon despite the natural appeal of rapid traveled. New technology will have to overcome innumerable obstacles before it can welcome its first human passengers issues range from physics, and engineering to infrastructure regulations insurance and cost and most of all perhaps earning public trust blessed. You think the new technology will simply speed the most common commutes will think again a Rockefeller University. Environmental scientist argues that even a hyperloop won't shrink the commute of the average person which he claims hasn't budged from half an hour since Roman times. Rather he argues, hyper loops will shrink distances between cities and tempests to live further away from work or to travel far but fast for health care and the arts in short a fully functioning hyperloop good change. Well, just about everything. Fasten your seatbelts. From wondering this business wars daily. Hey, if you like dreaming about the future where this give us a five star rating on your favorite podcast app. Would you? I'm David Brown will be happy to mar. Shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Well, now there's a better way to ship sent pro online by Pitney Bowes with central online. You can easily compare USPS and other shipping options in an all in one online tool, you can print shipping, labels and stamps on your own printer and track all of your shipments. And check this out USPS postal rates increased back on January twenty seventh. But with sent pro online, you can still access savings of up to forty percent off USPS priority, mail shipping and five cents off. Every letter you send central online is only fourteen dollars and ninety nine cents a month, and you can get a free thirty day trial. When you visit PB dot com slash BW daily. You'll also receive a free ten pound scale to help you weigh your packages and accurately calculate the cost of shipping. That's PB dot com. Slash BW daily, and thanks to Pitney Bowes and send pro online for sponsoring the show.
Business News Roundup
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Business. News roundup by chronicle news services from business agile agile int- AGI Elian T technologies on Monday reported fiscal fourth quarter profit of one hundred ninety five million dollars. The Santa Clara company said that its earnings suggested for one time gains and costs came to eighty one cents per share. The results beat Wall Street expectations of seventy three cents per share. The scientific instrument maker posted revenue of one point two nine billion dollars in the period, which also beat street forecasts for the year Angela reported profit of three hundred sixteen million dollars or ninety seven cents per share revenue was reported as four point nine one billion dollars for the current quarter ending in February agile, it expects its per share earnings to range from seventy one cents to seventy three cents. The company said it expects revenue in the range of one point two six billion dollars. To one point two eight billion dollars for the fiscal first quarter. Analysts surveyed by Zacks had expected revenue up one point two eight billion dollars agile and expects full year earnings in the range of three dollars to three dollars five cents per share with revenue ranging from five point one three billion dollars to five point one seven billion dollars into it into it said Monday that it had a fiscal first quarter net income of thirty four million dollars after reporting a loss in the same period a year earlier, the Mountain View companies earnings suggested for one time gains and costs were twenty nine cents per share. The results surpassed Wall Street expectations which were for earnings of eleven cents per share, the maker of turbo tax QuickBooks and other accounting software posted revenue of one point zero two billion dollars also topping forecasts for the current quarter ending in February into it expects its per share earnings to range from eighty five to eighty eight cents. The company said it expects revenue in the rain. Range of one point four seven billion dollars to one point four nine billion dollars for the fiscal second quarter.
Roy Moore Sues Sacha Baron Cohen for $95 Million
"Alabama Senate candidate ROY Moore has filed a ninety five million dollar lawsuit against. Sasha baron Cohen and Showtime alleging that he was duped into appearing on who is America more. He was lured to Washington DC on the pretense of accepting an award for his support for Israel. But instead Cohen mocked him. And accused him of being a pedophile.
Venezuela, Trump and Holt discussed on Mr Fix-it Lou Manfredini
"Is sponsored by a spa organic potting soil here's dome atop pongal no apologies needed an american jailed in venezuela has been released president trump made the announcement this morning on twitter joshua it has been released holt was arrested on weapons charges inhaled without a trial for two years the president says it will land in washington dc this evening a police training center is on its way to the west side on friday the chicago city council voted thirty nine to to build the center after a rowdy hearing in which dozens of angry protesters shouted that funds for the ninety five million dollar training center better be spent on a could be better spent i should say on mental health job and education programs for residents are struggling communities the ottoman.