17 Burst results for "One Hundred Five Thousand Dollars"

"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

The Tai Lopez Show

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"Violence. You just gave away a secret. If you want people to come to your open house have three food realtors. Love free food. The point is you can make money in ten different ways in real estate, absolute there's people wholesale flipping. I got some friends of mine. One kids twenty years old the just flipped and made one hundred five thousand dollars eases wholesaling real estate. He's not even owning the properties. On the show, and they think okay, these guys are agents. They don't realize that half of our income comes from investing in real estate. Yes. We also flip properties from everything from building properties to remodeling properties to flipping contracts to being part of hard money deals. Whatever it is anything real estate under the sun. Yeah. We like to get involved in our business model just in order to be successful in life. Is you can't be so heavily invested in one thing. So we like to spread it around. We love real estate. Yeah. We love all different aspects of it. So for us if a market changes, we don't want to be in a position ever again where we were where we were spread too heavy on one thing. So, you know, it's all different parts of the business. Yeah. What was the motivation? It initially. How'd you choose real estate? We were both in the talent business. I was telling agent at CA, Gersh and Joshua's in the mail room over at was I learned talent in the room. When we were doing that. You know, you get to a level as a talent agent, and you go to a great agency. And that's the top of the there is nowhere else to go. Right. We were on the weekends flipping houses. And when we were flipping houses, we're making more money than we were a significant about more money than we were making when we were working as a talent agent therefore after doing it for a while. We're like, wait a second. If we spend five days a week twenty four seven being real estate or being talent agents, and then two days a week playing with houses and making so much more money..

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"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on KTRH

"He didn't cry or he wasn't upset. He claims arm. Mm strong junior denied having any role in the murder of his parents. We also heard testimony this morning from a magistrate hearing officer who says she read Armstrong junior his Miranda rights after his arrest. We heard a recording of the meeting in which Armstrong is heard asking this officer how his father was doing and saying he was being kept out of the loop about what was happening. It's kathy. Hernandez from our TV channel two reporting a man charged with murder and tampering with a corpse after the death of his wife court documents say that the murder happened back on February sixteenth and the whites cause of death was ruled at strangulation and blunt force trauma. Please say j Patrick Hammersley forty-three years old told him his wife had left their home in the sundown Glenn subdivision Kadian hadn't returned. However, investigators say throughout the course of the investigation Hammersley story change the ultimately admitted to killing the woman in disposing of her body his bond set at one hundred five thousand dollars, Harris County and state officials have different. Ideas about what to do about the Chem co plant that had that deadly explosion and fire earlier this week and Crosby rock Owens. The county's managing environmental attorney says he had an active case against the Crosby plenty from before this week's explosion he'd like to see the plant shutdown. However within hours of the explosion text. Attorney general Ken Paxton said he already had fought a lawsuit against the company owns believes industry-friendly state officials will override his efforts to shut down the plant. Well, there were reports he might be headed to Arkansas. But Kelvin Sampson is staying put thank cheering..

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"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Six back to the Jake's. Good lord. So let's talk about Ted Cruz. Ted Cruz has reintroduced an amendment. You should like this. I thought we heard cruise. Oh, okay. Ted cruz. His dad killed Kennedy. God can we stop with the Kennedy? No, I don't think he looks that much like an eagle anymore either. Beardie now. Yeah, it's such he listens to our show. Every time you go. Because I got to grow that. So case he has reintroduced his amendment to set term limits on members of congress so his plan and along with Representative Francis Rooney they've introduced this Bill together. So they are saying senators should be limited to two six year terms. So twelve years total for senators and members of the house would be limited to three two year terms. So six years total for house of representatives. He said in a press release that, you know, for too long members of congress have abused their power and ignored the will of the American people and Rooney said that the American people support term limits by an overwhelming margin. Yes. So I thought we would talk about that. Because this is one of those things that in theory. I'm like, yeah. Cause Diane Feinstein has four billion years old. Yeah. Nancy Pelosi has been in congress since birth. And Bernie Sanders has been there forever. I'm sorry. An ASC is going to be there for because she's like I'm sat because I was a bartender like today. And I am not anything on. I'm like making like one hundred five thousand dollars a year. And I'm so loaded. I'm there for era, and she's either going to be there forever or they're going to run for president as soon as she turns thirty five because I can't. Like, okay. It'll be a OC. In beta. This is what we're going to deal with loud. So yes. So in theory, I get it. But then there's also the part of me that I'm on the fence about term limits. Why? Well, because I always feel like that's the whole purpose of elections. Right. I mean isn't the whole purpose of elections to get people out that should no longer be there. Right. What in the hell? Are you talking about that? That that is what elections are for. There you serve for a little while. And then you get out you do something else. There's other places they can serve you know, what I mean, they they have term limits. So yes, Gobi president. I feel like especially in the representing the house of representatives, especially where for the first year, you know, Alexander. She's a perfect example AFC has never done a lick of anything close to what she's about to be tasked with. Yeah. It's going to take her a year to even understand what a Bill looks like tonight one. That is really freaky. It is unfortunate. But the point is it takes them a year to find a bathroom, and then we're going to say, okay. Once you get your feet wet, which is maybe by the third year. You can actually accomplish something then we're going to be by the time. They're actually doing things, and they know what to do didn't take saying you gotta get it shouldn't take them that long to accomplish things. And hopefully by doing this, it'll make it more. It needs to be more expedient. You know, what I mean, they should be able to do things quicker than how they do them now. And I think the reason that it get so bogged down is because we do have people in there for a gazillion years. And that if we just we got people in and out, it would it would just be. It would be would be better off. This is what it takes you a year to find the bathroom. You have. No, no business thing in there. So many people don't have business being in there, and they're there. Yeah. By. But I mean, that's the whole thing is that like people all say, you hear a lot of people are like term limits term limits, but we have the power to remove the people we don't like from congress, and we don't do it. I mean, all the time. We're like, oh, I recognize that name I'm going to vote for them. Right. And so what about the people who really really? Well, what about congress people who are super awesome at their jobs that we don't want to have leave? Then why we have no choice. We have no choice if there's term limits to elect again, I hear you. This is why this is why I'm very conflicted. And that's why I thought we would do like a whole Collin about it. I think that there are some people that deserve to be there for forty or fifty years. No. I mean, that's the thing. There's that that you shouldn't you wanna do it both ways. I know I'm not saying there should be a law. I'm saying people should vote. Those those clowns Powell dumb. I know. But what are we saying? Are we then saying people are too stupid? So therefore, we need to get more. RT stupid. But that we can't say that we are saying that I'm saying it right now people are too stupid. I mean, I'm still mad money. Democrats say that but I can say on the show. People are stupid. I'm saying it right now, I say all the things people are dumb. I mean, if people weren't done, then AFC wouldn't be an office, right? That's. Oh, that's just the way that it is. It's hello. But let okay. Like, here's an example, think about our tax code, which is what ten to twenty thousand pages of tax code, right? So we're expecting some so died so dumb. Yeah. But we're also expecting people.

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"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on 600 WREC

"XP with us. Welcome into Thursday. We'll have the latest on that bar shooting in southern California in just a few moments. Meanwhile, an average retirement account balances have reached record highs 4._0._1._K's and IRA's both topped one hundred five thousand dollars on average. Even if we didn't hang onto those averages through some recent volatility more now from Kelli grant, consumer reporter at CNBC dot com. Also, a certified financial planner Kelly. What are we learning? They called out millennials in particular as being really good about making sure that they're putting away that recommended ten to fifteen percent a year for retirement, and they do see for a lot of those folks, especially when you're talking about the 4._0._1._K and IRA millionaires. These are people who have been saving steadily for decades and have really been careful about how they invest and to make sure that they're not panicking if there's any sort of a market downturn. So the lineal seem to have taken some lessons here, I guess or how come back, and they get the credits or. How come they seem to be the ones blazing the trail here for the good savings habits? It's not even that they get the credit. It's just it's it's kind of a nice time. You know, millennials are still able to to be putting aside. Good money. You know, we know a lot of times they are struggling with student loan debt balancing other financial commitments. So they experts sort of saw that as a bright spot for folks that they are many of them are still on track for saving for retirement. Which is a good thing. We know from a lot of other surveys out there and said he's out there that people are not putting away as much as they should be. So any sort of bright spots like this. You know worth pointing out that there are some people who are are on track. Despite what we know are a lot of struggles out there. We're speaking with Kelli grant, consumer reporter at CNBC dot com. She's written a piece entitled the ranks of 4._0._1._K an IRA millionaire swell as average retirement account balances hit new high. So go back to the millennials. I think it's fascinating. 'cause we often hear of these folks just saddled with student at how do they manage to save for? They actually are they actually saving while paying off some of the debt that is I work. Well, it's worth noting at least for this particular report that they were looking at, you know, the fifteen percent that that many of them are able to put aside that includes their own money. But it also includes a match we know from previous research that's about still one in five employees. It's not contributing enough to get the match that's nice free money in a missed opportunity for a lot of folks to be trying to make sure that they're hitting that target can the good times last. I guess so to speak. Well, you know, we've seen with some of the volatility within here. You know, that certainly is a downside for folks, you wanna be thinking about what your long term plan making sure that you're not making panicked moves. And as we pointed out in a lot of articles, you know, for folks who are younger and in the market here in this kind of volatility can be an opportunity for them to buy in at lower prices, you you're saving consistently and the market will recover for these folks, it's not as critical for them to be making big decisions say somebody who's approaching retirement and really meeting to be reassessing how much risk. They're willing to take. Yeah. What else from that study jumped out anything worth a mention fidelity was pointing out and did a lot of consumers day are better poised to be handling market volatility. They're more apt to be in something called target date funds, which. They look at a specific retirement Dayton automatically adjust the allocation of your investments. As you approach retirement to be a little more conservative. So they do see that more people are either automatically being put into those funds by their employers. If they don't pick their own investments and more people are opting into them. And that can actually help them better ride out when the market is volatile. Not always but often that can be a very good thing for them. Philly was saying that they see fewer people compared to ten years ago are either like one hundred percent in stocks or zero percent in stocks. So that's a good sign as well. Thanks, kelli. Kelli grant, consumer reporter at CNBC dot com. Again, also, a certified financial planner thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on this morning. America's First News, quick programming note, the podcast of this program is.

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"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Shooting in southern California in just a few moments. Meanwhile, an average retirement account balances have reached record highs 4._0._1._K's and IRA's both topped one hundred five thousand dollars on average. Even if we didn't hang onto those averages through some recent volatility more now from Kelli grant, consumer reporter at CNBC dot com and also a certified financial planner Kelly. What are we learning? They called out millennials in particular as being really good about making sure that they're putting away that recommended ten to fifteen percent a year for retirement, and they do see for a lot of those folks, especially when you're talking about the 4._0._1._K an IRA millionaires. These are people who have been saving steadily for decades and have really been careful about how they invest and make sure that they're not panicking if there's any sort of a market downturn. So the millennial seem to have taken some lessons here. I. Guess how come back, and they get the credit or how come they seem to be the ones blazing the trail here for the good savings habits. It's not even that they get the credit. It's just it's it's kind of a nice signed. You know, millennials are still able to to be putting aside. Good money. You know, we know a lot of times they are struggling with student loan debt balancing other financial commitments. So they experts sort of saw that as a bright spot for folks that they are many of them are still on track for saving for retirement. Which is a good thing. We know from a lot of other surveys out there and said he's out there that people are not putting away as much as they should be. So any sort of bright spots like this. You know worth pointing out that there are some people who are are on track. Despite what we know are a lot of struggles out there. We're speaking with Kelli grant, consumer reporter at CNBC dot com. She's written a piece entitled the ranks of 4._0._1._K an IRA millionaire swell as average retirement account balances hit new high. So go back to the millennials. I think it's fascinating because we often hear of these folks to saddled with student at how do they manage to save or they actually are they actually saving while paying off some of the debt that is I work. Well, it's worth noting at least for this particular report that they were looking at, you know, the fifteen percent that many of them are able to put aside that includes their own money. But it also includes a match we know from previous research to that's about still one in five employee as it's not contributing enough to get the match that's nice free money in a missed opportunity for a lot of folks to be trying to make sure that they're hitting that target can the good times last. I guess so to speak. Well, you know, I didn't think it was we've seen with some of the volatility within here. You know, that certainly is a downside for for folks. You wanna be thinking about what your long term plan making sure that you're not making panicked moves. And as we pointed out in a lot of articles for folks who are younger and during the market here in this kind of can be an opportunity for them ability to buy in at lower prices, you you're saving consistently and the market will recover for these folks, it's not as critical for them to be making big decisions as say somebody who's approaching retirement and really be reassessing how much risk. They're willing to take good. What else from that study jumped out anything worth a mention fidelity was pointing out and did a lot of consumers. They are better poised to be handling market volatility. They're more apt to be in something called target date funds, which they look at a specific retirement, Dayton automatically adjust the allocation of your investments as you. Approach retirement to be a little more conservative. So they do see that more people are either automatically being put into those funds by their employers. If they don't pick their own investments and more people are opting into them. And that can actually help them better ride out when the market is volatile. Not always but often that can be very good thing for them off. Italy was saying that they see fewer people compared to ten years ago are either like one hundred percent in stocks or zero percent in stocks. So that's a good sign as well. Thanks, kelli. Kelli grant, consumer reporter at CNBC dot com. Again, also, a certified financial planner thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on this morning. America's First News quick programming note, the podcast of his program is already.

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"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Into Thursday. We'll have the latest on that bar shooting in southern California in just a few moments. Meanwhile, an average retirement account balances have reached record highs 4._0._1._K's and IRA's both topped one hundred five thousand dollars on average. Even if we didn't hang onto those averages through some recent volatility more now from Kelli grant, consumer reporter at CNBC dot com and also a certified financial planner Kelly. What are we learning? They called out millennials in particular. You know, being really good about making sure that they're putting away that recommended ten to fifteen percent a year for retirement, and they do see for a lot of those folks, especially when you're talking about the 4._0._1._K and millionaires. These are people who have been saving steadily for decades and have really been careful about how they invest and make sure that they're not panicking if there's any sort of a market downturn. So the millennials seem to have taken some lessons here. I guess or how come back and they get the credit to her. How come they seem to be the ones blazing the trail here for the good savings habits? It's not even that they get the credit. It's just it's it's kind of a nice, you know, millennials are still able to to be putting aside. Good money. You know, we know a lot of times they are struggling with student loan debt balancing other financial commitments. So they experts sort of saw that as a bright spot for folks that they are many of them are still on track for saving for retirement. Which is a good thing. We know from a lot of other surveys out there and said he's out there that people are not. Putting away as much as they should be. So any sort of bright spots like this. You know worth pointing out that there are some people who are are on track. Despite what we know are a lot of struggles out there. We're speaking with Kelli grant, consumer reporter at CNBC dot com. She's written a piece entitled the ranks of 4._0._1._K an IRA millionaire swell as average retirement account balances hit new high. So go back to the millennials. I think it's fascinating because we often hear of these folks just saddled with student debt, how do they manage to save for? They actually are they actually saving while paying off some of the debt that is I work. Well, it's worth noting at least for this particular report that they were looking at, you know, the fifteen percent that that many of them are able to put aside that includes their own money. But it also includes a match we know from previous research to that's about still one in five employees. It's not contributing enough to get the match that's nice free money in a missed opportunity for a lot of folks to be you know, trying to make sure that they're hitting that target can the good times last. I guess so to speak. Well, you know, I didn't think it was seen with some of the volatility within here. You know, that certainly is a downside for for folks. You wanna be thinking about what your long term plan making sure that you're not making panicked moves. And as we pointed out in a lot of articles, you know, for folks who are younger, and they're in the market here in this kind of volatility can be an opportunity for them ability to buy in at lower prices you and you're saving consistently and the market will recover for these folks, it's not as critical for them to be making big decisions say somebody who's approaching retirement and really be reassessing how much risk. They're willing to take good. What else from that study jumped out anything worth a mention fidelity was pointing out and did a lot of consumers. They are better poised to be handling market volatility. They're more apt to be in something called target date funds, which they look at a specific retirement, Dayton automatically adjust the allocation of your investments as you. Approach retirement to be a little more conservative. So they do see that more people are either automatically being put into those funds by their employers. If they don't pick their own investments and more people are opting into them. And that can actually help them better ride out when the market is volatile. Not always but often that can be a very good for them. Affiliate was saying that they see fewer people compared to ten years ago are either like one hundred percent in stocks or zero percents stocks. So that's a good sign as well. Thanks, kelli. Kelli grant, consumer reporter at CNBC dot com. Again, also, a certified financial planner thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on this morning. America's First News, quick programming note, the podcast of.

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"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Thanks for being with us. Welcome into Thursday. We'll have the latest on that bar shooting in southern California in just a few moments. Meanwhile, an average retirement account balances have reached record highs 4._0._1._K's and IRA's both topped one hundred five thousand dollars on average. Even if we didn't hang onto those averages through some recent volatility more now from Kelli grant, consumer reporter at CNBC dot com and also a certified financial planner Kelly. What are we learning? They called out millennials in particular as being really good about making sure that they're putting away that recommended ten to fifteen percent a year for retirement, and they do see for a lot of those folks, especially when you're talking about the 4._0._1._K an IRA millionaires. These are people who have been saving steadily for decades and have really been careful about how they invest and make sure that they're not panicking if there's any sort of a market downturn. So the lineal seem to have taken some lessons here. I guess or how come? How can they get the credits or how come they seem to be the ones blazing the trail here for the good savings habits? It's not even that they get the credit. It's just it's it's kind of a nice, you know, millennials are still able to to be putting aside. Good money. You know, we know a lot of times they are struggling with student loan debt balancing other financial commitments. So they experts sort of saw that as a bright spot for folks that they are many of them are still on track for saving for retirement. Which is a good thing. We know from a lot of other surveys out there and said he's out there that people are not putting away as much as they should be. So any sort of bright spots like this. You know worth pointing out that there are some people who are are on track. Despite what we know are a lot of struggles out there. We're speaking with Kelli grant, consumer reporter at CNBC dot com piece entitled the ranks of 4._0._1._K an IRA millionaire swell as average retirement account balances hit new high so go back to the millennials. I think it's fascinating because we often hear of these folks just saddled with student debt, how do they manage to save or they actually are they actually saving while paying off some of the debt how does that work? Well, it's worth noting at least sewer this particular report that they were looking at, you know, the fifteen percent that that many of them are putting able to put aside that didn't include their own money. But it also includes a match we know from previous research to that's about still one in five employees. It's not contributing enough to get the match that's nice free money in a missed opportunity for a lot of folks to be trying to make sure that they're hitting that target can the good times last. I guess so to speak. Well, you know, I didn't think it was we've seen with some of the volatility within here. You know, that certainly is a downside for for folks. You wanna be thinking about what your long term plan making sure that you're not making panicked move. And as we pointed out in a lot of articles for folks who are younger, and they're in the market here in this kinda volatility can be an opportunity for them. You ability to buy in at lower prices, you you're saving consistently and the market will recover for these folks, it's not as critical for them to be making big decisions as say somebody who's approaching retirement and really be reassessing how much risk. They're willing to take. Good. What else from that study jumped out any mention fidelity was pointing out and did a lot of consumers. They are better poised to be handling market volatility. They're more apt to be in something called target date funds, which. They look at a specific retirement Dayton automatically adjust the allocation of your investments as you approach retirement to be a little more conservative. So they do see that more people are either automatically being put into those funds by their employers. If they don't pick their own investments and more people are opting into them. And that can actually help them better ride out when the market is volatile. Not always, but often that can be a very good thing for them fiddling was saying that they see fewer people compared to ten years ago are either like one hundred percent in stocks or zero percents in stocks. So that's a good sign as well. Thanks, kelli. Kelli grant, consumer reporter at CNBC dot com. Again, also, a certified financial planner. Thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on this morning. America's First News quick programming note,.

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"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Is that okay well how much money is he spending cherry so here's what we would need to to really boil this thing down is a what's your living expenses what you what can you anticipate as a social security benefit at correct right because those are the two key components to determine what does he ever pinch yeah that's the third one so so how much fixed income and what are you spending crate and and so i think joe maybe we'll answer the question a couple of ways since we don't know the answer let let's start with just simply a social security benefit and if he waits 'til age seventy and i don't know how long he's been making one hundred twenty one hundred thirty but let's just say it's been for a while so the past four years i've averaged about i know but we don't know what he'd made before we're i guess we're seeming less because he said the last four years and he's proud of that but in other words we could probably assume at age seventy social security what would you say thirty five or forty thousand something like that it was full boat we are full bow to be over forty yeah but anyway we don't with let's say let's give steve single at age seventy i'll say about twenty five thousand seems hanging out save thirty thousand yeah yeah let's say you're benefits social security is thirty thousand dollars okay and so you think about what what other sources of fixed income if you don't have a pension you just have the thirty thousand dollars now you've got roughly thirty four thousand dollars in a roll over ira by the time you turned seventy one hundred five thousand dollars total so i five is gonna give them about four thousand dollars of income so right now you got thirty four thousand dollars fixed income then he can retire off of so is that going to be enough for steve to live off of and i'm guessing no because he lives you know he's making one hundred twenty eight hundred thirty i'm guessing not.

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"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"Upgrades spent one hundred five thousand dollars on first class flights in one year you mentioned that with karen a little while ago because he said he was he was being harassed back and coach and he wanted to be left alone perhaps forgetting that the people in that plane whether they're in first class or coach are indeed his employers and he does have to answer to them the president came into washington saying you promised to drain the swamp and it got to the point where scott pruitt perhaps was a little bit too representative of of some of these cozy relationships with lobbyists and such and as you mentioned the president was getting annoyed with this kind of coverage and this relentless scandal and he says he is now accepted the resignation of scott pruitt as epa executive administrator abc's katherine faulders also joining us from washington catherine if you can tell us a little bit more about these investigations that had begin to pile up that pruitt was the focus of yes so as andy mentioned there were at least twelve separate investigations by these multiple government agencies and even the director of office of government ethics wrote epa twice urging them to investigate pruitt and completely investigations quickly about all the issues we're talking about here is andy lay down and members of congress even on both sides of the aisle grew frustrated with a total of one hundred and seventy members calling for his resignation and the president sources tell us that trump had previously defended pruitt's job performance had finally reached boiling point within the last few weeks has all the all these investigations piled on and as members of congress called for his firing abc's andy field along with abc's daria albinger in katherine faulders discussing the resignation of epa administrator scott pruitt boeing is trying to form a joint venture with a competitor we get more from komo's greg herschel boeing hopes to deal with the brazilian jet maker embraer will result in a more aggressive presence in the regional aircraft market the new company.

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"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I heart radio station we've got eightyfive degrees at six o'clock at evening i'm jeff mckinney epa administrator scott pruitt has resigned even some republicans have been calling on pruitt to step down here's correspondent andy field in washington we're told there are least twelve perhaps fourteen some people call them scandal some people call them ethics investigations but everything from using his government position to get his wife a high paying job to get her a a franchise for chickfila forty three thousand dollars soundproof phone booth he built from self asked an aide to get him a us trump hotel mattress spent one hundred five thousand dollars on first class flights in one year because he said he was being harassed back in coach and he wanted to be left alone again aba chief scott pruitt how top story this evening in new york city the woman who yesterday climb the statue of liberty in protest is today pleading not guilty to federal trespassing charges forty four year old patricia oh kumo exited court to a sea of cheers from her fellow reisen resist members and invoked the words of former first lady michelle obama we go high and i went as high as i could still she said she wouldn't do it again but we'll keep fighting against what she calls president trump's draconian immigration policy her attorney rea travec spoke for her client when asked about those inconvenienced by the action hopefully they know that there are people trying to protect their civil liberties which i have faith that they treasure more than a trip to the statue of liberty and just hounded okuma get up there anyway i did a pull up james flippin for seven ten w r a freak accident one person killed this afternoon when a tractor trailer lost a tire and that tire smashed into a car travelling westbound on long island sunrise highway the truck that lost that tire was on an overpass in north babylon when the tire came off and fell onto the highway below a year after she was shot dead as she sat in a police command vehicle lebron's street has been renamed for a fall in new york city police officer well this was very emotional for at one of minnesota's three children genesis cried periodically through a ten minute speech honoring her mother she truly believe that being a police officer was her calling she would tell me if she really believed that she was making a difference she called her a hero who made sacrifices for the city officers that i know personally provide me so much the street here outside the fortysix precinct were familiar worked has been renamed detective minnesota's familiar way a year after the officer was shot in the head and killed she sat in a police vehicle in the heights section of the bronx i'm scout pringle for seven ten double the or and the white house confirming form former fox news.

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"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In thailand say heavy rain in the coming days could worsen floods in a mountain cave forcing authorities to speed up their rescue of the twelve boys and their soccer coach trapped inside they say the group may need to swim out using diving equipment ahead of the bad weather aband turns himself in after a standoff with police pelham new hampshire officers responded to a home on currier road for a report of a domestic violence incident involving a gun and swimmers were ordered out of the water yesterday after a great white shark was spotted at head of the meadow beach and truro more than a dozen shark sightings have been reported on cape cod over the past week in other news now governor baker says the state police troopers who collected overtime pay for work they did not perform should lose their pensions wbz's bernice corpuz has the story governor baker says his administration has referred about forty troopers to the attorney general's office as it investigates serious allegations of overtime pay fraud according to the globe at least seventeen of those troopers recently retired to cash out on unused benefits and to lock in their pensions but the governor believes they should not receive large payouts if they're convicted with these folks are guilty of stealing from the commonwealth and stealing from the toll payers and the payers than they should pay the price of the three troopers charged with embezzlement in federal court last week retired in march former lieutenant david wilson will reportedly receive over one hundred five thousand dollars each year while trooper paul season is set to receive about sixty six hundred dollars per month.

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"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on Geek News Central

"Here i have a teenager in the house again young teenager and his voice just got an octave or to a little bit higher than what is allowed in talking with his mother so i'm i've got my ear cocked here maybe have to go have an attitude adjustment it's good went quiet pretty quick i think he knows me enough that that is that's tempting fate dad you know you know how it is they get to a certain level right and they and they get to that next active in you you kinda it's like usually if the show wasn't going on i would have already stood up in outside the room and seen what was going on i was close there had to get up all right john mcafee yes the wild man john mcafee his reveal the charges one hundred five thousand dollars per promotional cyber crypto currency tweet know if he's telling the truth or not this guy's been a little bit on the edgy side there's been some folks if thought he's may have been doing a pump and dump type of operation going on with tweeting about cryptocurrency but he says that he gets a hundred five thousand dollars for each twee cents promoting digital coins are initial coin offerings and last week he tweeted his team written a guide in how his promotional teats worked and posted to mcafee crypto team a resist mcafee and his team put together to moat initial coin offerings and a lot of that going on these days a lot of people trying to ride the icy oh training get rich on in my opinion.

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"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio

Geek News Central Audio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio

"Here i have a teenager in the house again young teenager and his voice just got an octave or to a little bit higher than what is allowed in talking with his mother so i'm i've got my ear cocked here maybe have to go have an attitude adjustment it's good went quiet pretty quick i think he knows me enough that that is that's tempting fate dad you know you know how it is they get to a certain level right and they and they get to that next active in you you kinda it's like usually if the show wasn't going on i would have already stood up in outside the room and seen what was going on i was close there had to get up all right john mcafee yes the wild man john mcafee his reveal the charges one hundred five thousand dollars per promotional cyber crypto currency tweet know if he's telling the truth or not this guy's been a little bit on the edgy side there's been some folks if thought he's may have been doing a pump and dump type of operation going on with tweeting about cryptocurrency but he says that he gets a hundred five thousand dollars for each twee cents promoting digital coins are initial coin offerings and last week he tweeted his team written a guide in how his promotional teats worked and posted to mcafee crypto team a resist mcafee and his team put together to moat initial coin offerings and a lot of that going on these days a lot of people trying to ride the icy oh training get rich on in my opinion.

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"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on WDRC

"You know he thinks we're going to have clear sailing in the market it's a sky's the limit that the stock market it's got a long way the ron uh and i think we were going to have some situations where that's not going to be the case i think you'll have situations that are going to be not by caused by the us but it's going to be caused by other countries that are going to try the clause the united states of america pain and what they do is dell team up against the united states just like united states be team up against them because we're stronger country and i truly being that and if that happens and we get into some kind of a trade war look wages asking for the this if you f you asked trump he said look i'm just asking for fan we are open for business but we want thea business we want to be treated the way you want to be treated if we give you a dollar in tariffs you give us a dollar and towers what's wrong with that what would be wrong with that that if we if you charge be this i charge you that wall let's his way the fees and totaling collar the day but veered reaced we have buying a lot more from them that are buying for us so i trade deficit has just you know would completely out of whack i just wanted to a couple of these foia here are the most fifty bass jobs in america in how much they pay a number one data scientists they score and four point eight percent 110000 median salary 100 tenth not the highest not the well was medium uh the votes engineer the o v o p ass engineer jobs to a four point six percent that's one hundred five thousand dollars marketing manager that's number three deputies 85000 number four occupational therapist i that 74000 hr manager are that would be paying you go through these real quick eighty five thousand uh electrical engineer seventy six thousand strategies manager in at number seven solve your strategy manager that's number seven i.

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"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The speed restrictions will also be empowered uh out of cheer was provided by the chelsea police department over the weekend officer stopped by the home of a young boy whose fighting cancer wbc tvs katie brace was there as officers made edison cordero's day smiles can be hard to come by toddler fights cancer especially when it's aggressive brain cancer the boy's mother reached out to chelsea police for a visit to cheer up edison officers took video of their cars lining the streets in front of his house on sunday dad frank cordeiro was overwhelmed with the traffic police to tape time my son lutvo police marsh when he saw the policy was so happy he said police officers gave edison several gifts to remind him there with him inside one of the chelsea police cruisers during the visit and even fired up authorities in new york may have a lead into the disappearance of two valuable photographs taken from the museum of modern art police say the pictures were male back to the museum last friday four days after they were discovered missing the woman who returned the artwork was caught on surveillance video at a shipping store the photos are worth an estimated one hundred five thousand dollars and a call goes off from police in south burlington vermont after a woman and wounding battle the woman told authorities she thinks she accidentally dropped the ring into a trucker traders back she lives in the butler farm neighborhood of the city police are asking parents from the area to check their kids.

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"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"You are and how much you make if you only lake six hundred dollars a month you know you're not gonna get a place for just also signed companion bills that aim to preserve lower queen ends vibrant art scene and architectural character at seattle center corwin haeck komo news some former renters of a seattle apartment building or celebrating after a judge approved an order that locks up one hundred five thousand dollars for them should the building be sold before their dispute is settled seattle pi dot com reports several former tenets of the building at seventeen thirteen dexter avenue north sued the company that bought the building last november and boosted rent by as much as one hundred twenty one percent the tenets and work performed on the building made it uninhabitable the lawyer for westlake trilogy says the landlord made a good faith attempt to accommodate the tenants and plans to appeal lowered for another challenging weekend on the freeways come with charlie harger has lugar where the traffic tough spots will be from friday night too early monday morning you should expect lane reductions on northbound i5 just north of south center and eastbound lanes on the phone twenty floating bridge will also be closed crews are preparing to add a new eased mount hov lane which opens monday on i five this is so crews can do some work on expansion joints we've gone through quiet a you these i5 projects over recent months which caused quite the backup stay dot tells us this is the second to last time they'll be reduced lanes this year charlie harger komo news all right charlie got the morning let's take a look at how things doing right now our komo aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's with kira jordan it's like we're still working on a style in seattle heading south and undivided act as the south at the battery straight tunnel blocking the right lane it's not causing hugh much heather backup outside of that we're pretty good though he will find some crowd on southbound i five is the approach 520 athalon southbound four or 405 it's been i90 and call creek and northbound 405 though tapping the brakes as we approach the.

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"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred five thousand dollars" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Our facebook page three the question of you've ever found a substantial amount of money when you and allow your life and would you do with it via the story total one hundred ninety five thousand dollars found in the woods like eight feet from some guys now come i read here's the thing right here's a story out of mary to very interesting liu's last october police took possession reading the story from tom moody last october police bear to police took possession of two waterproof suitcases founded local woods each padlocked pelican case was crammed with bundles of cash and total two hundred ninety five thousand dollars you ever see club paradise with robin williams when you're younger dougy remember the big joined the guard bagful of weed fall from the sky to the guys hotel room oh that's how i would feel if one hundred five thousand dollars in the woods of ignites yard once you have this so nobody is my favorite part the money reeked of marijuana noone reported missing noone claimed ownership even after police officers went doortodoor nearby homes along with along the lebanonisrael asking residents if they lost anything it was on the trail but throw sooner trick was this right down the street hereby where the the houses down below the water your were which is what we are in their lives we're all come ma as i was saying for the bridge before the church of loose i don't know lounici nexus of it's technically trailer it is what control with an advantage to something on the highway part one fourteen portas no i don't know come on so they give grasp that gets the d8 i guess they're going to forfeit this thing.

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