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"one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars" Discussed on TechStuff

"Employees will not be returning to the office in october. After all and october was already delay. The original plan was to come back in september but then the company pushback october and ceo. Tim cook famously. Posted a memo that that talked up the benefits of being at work in an office environment with the announcement that employees would be expected to go into the office at least three days a week. Well apple employees objected to this and an internal survey showed that the majority of employees were not in favor of a return to the office while the pandemic was still going on well due to corona virus numbers continuing to rise and the dangers of the delta variant as well as other variants now apple employees won't be expected to return to the office until january of next year now. I'm thankful for that. Because i really think pushing to go back to the office while the numbers are so bad is beyond irresponsible. Other tech companies like facebook and amazon have made similar decisions for corporate employees. And that brings me to another point that i need to stress. This really does only apply to corporate employees. The people who work in the corporate offices of these companies amazon and apple both still have employees. Who have to go to work in various warehouses and stores and whatnot so there is a sharp divide here right. The corporate employees are allowed to continue to work remotely but other employees. They're required to go in. And that's a pretty tough issue to get into. I'm going to save that for a full episode. Because i do think it's something that we need to talk about. In other apple news. Employees are organizing at the company to voice concerns about the company's policies processes and culture as part of that strategy the employees have launched a website. That website is apple to dot us. That's apple t. o. dot us. They have issued a statement about their plans which i'll read part of right now quote for too long apple. Has evaded public scrutiny. The truth is that for many apple workers a reality faced disproportionately by our black indigenous and other colleagues from minority sized racial gender and historically marginalized groups of people the culture of secrecy creates an opaque intimidating fortress when we press for accountability and redress to the persistent injustices we witness or experience in our workplace. We are faced with a pattern of isolation degradation and gas lighting. No more. we've exhausted all internal avenues. We've talked with our leadership. We've gone to the people team. We've escalated through business conduct. Nothing has changed. It's time to think different. A group of apple workers have joined together to organize and protect ourselves. We are asking fellow apple workers who want to see real change it apple to share their end quote the statement goes on. There's actually a lot more at the website but you can read the whole thing at apple to dot us. According to the verge the group of employees consisted of around fifteen current and former apple employees. So not not a huge group however they are already getting support among other current and former apple employees who are posting their stories and the site is publishing them as well as some of these stories are getting published in internal communications channels like slack channels and stuff at apple so we will continue to follow the story as it develops and now for some stories about hacking and crypto currency. The verge reports that a hacker who stole around six hundred million dollars worth of crypto currency from a company called the polly network has returned the assets. And you might be saying. Why am i mean. I know i was well. It turns out that this particular hacker found an exploit and decided to take the assets and then store those assets. Those stolen cryptocurrencies into a trusted account. While the hacker then communicated with polly network and polly network work to patch the vulnerability. Apparently the hacker decided to do this because they felt it was just a matter of time before someone else spotted this vulnerability and then stole crypto but for real z's this hacker a white hat. Hacker type was really making a big statement and so once polly fixed the problem. The hacker returned all those assets and the polly network. Then invited the hacker to serve as the chief security adviser for the company which was kinda cute and the hacker even asked that some of the hackers own money taken from a half million dollar bounty that polly network paid for the reporting of the bug in the first place that some of them. I should be distributed to the quote unquote survivors of the escapade to make up for the inconvenience and stress of having money stolen even though it was just a temporary thing no word yet on whether polly customers will stick with the company in the wake of this experience or if they'll look deport their assets to some other organization meanwhile in sweden authorities are legally required to return bitcoins to a convicted drug dealer because of the way things were worded during the dealers sentencing see after being convicted of the crime of of dealing drugs. The court ruled that the dealer should be stripped of his earnings as a drug dealer. Those earnings were in bitcoin. He had earned thirty six bitcoin as a drug dealer and around the time when he was arrested. Those bitcoin were worth around one hundred. Thirty seven thousand dollars now. Apparently the sentencing frame this in the form of standard swedish currency rather than bitcoin. Saying all right well we need the the equivalent amount in cash seized from this drug dealer but by the time. The swish enforcement authority was ready to actually auction. Off the crypto currency to get the equivalent cash the value of bitcoin had increased dramatically. And the whole one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars worth of fine only required three bitcoins to cover it and because the court didn't demand the bitcoin instead. They demanded that cash equivalent of bitcoin at the time of sentencing which was around one hundred. Thirty seven thousand dollars. That meant the other thirty three. Bitcoin could not be auctioned off because the court had already received the amount of money had demanded and those thirty-three bitcoin had to be returned to the drug dealer and that's now worth around one point six million dollars. Apparently crime does pay and this is another example of how courts around the world are really struggling to keep up with how things change in the tech space In a lot of people have said well this just shows that the the sentencing needs to be more specific about taking the bitcoin that was earned as opposed to the cash equivalent of whatever. The bitcoins value was at that time. Lesson learned all right. That wraps up the big news stories for tuesday august. Twenty four th twenty twenty one. We'll be back later in the week with some more. If you have suggestions for top accession cover on tech stuff. Reach out to me. The easiest way to get in touch with me is over on twitter. The handle for.

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"one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Experience has been in that. I always loved the retail thing. I used to do this. As a as a social hack for amusement i think You may remember phillip conspiracy realize if you've ever filled out a resume for retail position Sometimes there will be these ridiculous questions on there like if hired for this job. Would you steal or if you saw someone stealing. Would you report them to a manager and there were days where i would just go to places like that. It just check. Yes unquestionably. I just wanted to see what they would do. I'm gonna tell you what three places did. Come back and wanted to hire me really. Yeah that's the closest. I've got the line on a resume. It would be considered a socially acceptable resume fifth. Perhaps not even. I mean it's really just you know checking a box and it's a little bit Vague in the first place right. No i told him. I would straight up steal if they hired me and three of them were like. I like to cut of your jib. So they appreciate your candor. I guess so. I think they just need warm bodies but but resume lying on a resume knows is is way more common that people think right. It's not only common. It's there's like there are shades of it right there. There's there's like what you did. Which is kind of just like a ballsy. Move that maybe you wouldn't have done if you were taking. It seems to me like maybe you weren't really taking that application particularly seriously. I dunno okay. Fair enough boom. Then you've got folks that you know maybe you've only ever looked at excel a couple of times or maybe you know how to read an excel document. But you don't know all the bells and whistles of like formulas and all the things we got you say you're proficient in excel. 'cause you assume like most often is the case the you can kind of figure that stuff out on the job which is always how it's been for me I think the most. I've ever done is. Maybe they ask you for specific dates on job applications a lot of times and sometimes who knows those exact date so you kinda just flood them as best you can. You could consider that lying If you're not being exactly accurate but you you're doing the best you can. My story today is about dude. Who takes lying on your resume to the stream. Almost like elevates it to an art form this guy named christopher must must must mean isa zalman and pronounced m. s. I am i am. I think i think it says sounds like maybe italian last name massa means but maybe it's masa means but like muslimeen. He's better. That's what i'm gonna say. I haven't heard it said in a news report. I've just seen some some reports about it in the lake city tribune Fox thirteen of salt lake city and a few other outlets that have reported on the skype. A little less than a week ago. he is Is currently one would assume there hasn't been any news. Otherwise the head of a theater company that is part of the university of utah. College of fine arts theater company called the pioneer theatre And they staged plays verb students to go to the drama program at the university of utah and last year. They issued a press release actually rather in late twenty nineteen Congratulating this guy mancini For achieving the humanitarian of the year award for a group called the national performing arts association or or depending on which read the national performing arts action association There were different versions of the release. That left out the word action But it turns out that that organization doesn't actually exist in this kind of triggered a little bit of investigation later into this guys kind of bona fides and it came up with some pretty fantastic stuff in his resume He apparently either fully fabricated or just like fudged to the nth degree almost everything in his resume Including like wet so far again the the the jury is still out. He hasn't had responded to this. But there are like internet movie database entries for him saying that he was a producer on video games. Like i think one of them was resident. Evil village and there are several others that he had a credit on A documentary called free solo. He was credited on those like about about free climbing. I believe Spiderman into the spider verse listed him as a script consultant and then also Suicide squad had him listed a special. Thanks fox. Thirteen of salt lake city looked into all this stuff and follow it up and none of those films knew anything about none. Other production companies behind them knew anything about him Nor did the creators capcom of resident evil village or square innings. His final fantasy seven remake They told fox thirteen. They had never heard of him that he had not been the producer in any of those games. So that part is interesting. A because it goes to show how easily fabricated internet movie database can be and how it probably shouldn't be a primary source for folks that are cross referencing credits and things like that. Alex williams buddy of ours. Who does the amazing podcast. Ephemeral said that very thing to me. Recently that it's not the best source of research in this kind of proves it to me. I'm he also was listed as being the like executive producer. Some high little producer for two tony award winning musicals including the green day musical adaptation of american idiot And it turns out that the very most he was like a junior producer on those He even has credits listed in his resume. Like a total genre hopping. Like it's like okay. Oh i'm also like the master of theater. I'm also a like don draper level ad executive and supposedly was involved in like old spice campaigns. And like all of these different television ad campaigns and it just kind of this never ending rabbit hole of fabrication and the thing is the position that he has with the university of salt lake city or the university of utah rather than salt lake city is e government paid position. And it's publicly posted. How much money makes and it's in the neighborhood of one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars a year. I with an additional fifty thousand worth of benefits and bonuses and things like that so he is definitely considered an executive. He's only thirty five years old as well. So that's i mean that's pretty serious salary. Two hundred k. living in utah bill. Funded by tax payers. So i don't know. I thought that this was an interesting story. Because so many people by.

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"one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

08:44 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Like sorry. I'm not going to make it to work at as i get my nose done. Speaking of that. I was watching with caitlin the kardashian reunion with andy cohen. You watch it whereas all the questions. Now it's core. He goes right out him. Okay and before at the very beginning is like hey we we said there's no questions off limits. You guys all know what i'm gonna ask. And then they're all sitting on the couches and he's like okay con- about this. Who wanted the show to end the most. According to like i did. I don't wanna do this anymore. And then it was like he has kris jenner. who is the hardest one to manage. And it's who is it courtney. Because courtney's i don't wanna do the stuff. I could see that. According i say no to everything and if i do say yes to something i'm like tell me everything about it because i want to do it. Which would make it difficult for a mom who's like a manager and then kylie is the one who is the easiest to manage because she's just chill but it was all they're all up there talking about how they got famous back in the day. How kim didn't actually tip off the paparazzi but she would always go to the paparazzi was well they talked about con- you have to watch it. I don't even watch the kardashians ashes there. But i'm interested in that and i was suckered into it because i was working and capable. If you're gonna work. I'm gonna watch this and i was like oh and watch this and so i would work but she was watching my eyes like i was be watching the screen. She's like i see you watching this show It's pretty good though. And it's kind of a weird mix. Because andy cohen usually interviews the housewives. Yeah not the kardashians. So it's like a pretty cool crossover. I like that. i like him. I like his interviews to but connie was there. No no no they were just talking about it okay. They talk about everything all right. Nothing was off limits crazy. Anything about the gordon's very excited to get back on the phone. Army staff sergeant jerry majestic and his wife mariela who we talked to a couple of weeks ago we learned story and by the way i think there are now starting majestic. How're you doing very well. Thank you sir. Doing pretty good again. An honor to talk to you and just to let our listeners know historian briefly before we give the update here so he served twenty years including a stand the marine corps before being discharged while riding in a convoy. What's what was crazy. Me was because of your job sergeant majestic where you were basically someone who went into these areas in these countries and formed relationships with people. I right about that. Because of that job they targeted you absolutely. What exactly was your job called psychological operations tactical team leader and so while riding a convoy. His vehicle was struck by an. Id severe injuries burns on more than one third of his body over eighty surgeries and we talked about it and we said. Hey if you guys want to help out Sergeant majestic put our lineup. Bobby bones dot com. It's a fourth of july themed whole whole set of clothes. So the update is sergeant majestic. We've teamed up with building homes for heroes in this moment right now. We have raised one hundred and thirty seven thousand dollars so far to build you a home marielle. I know you're on the phone to can you hear me. Yes when i say that number one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars to build you guys a home. That's so far. How does that make you feel I a lot of emotions about that. I think that you know. We've taught our children to work for everything that they receive. Fill for To hear that. So many americans are spending their hard earned money towards hus- for home. It's incredibly emotional. Well i would say you guys have worked for. This started majestic you went. And you served our country you were targeted for doing the right thing and i hope that you guys feel as a unit as a married couple that you're getting what you're not even getting what you deserve honestly. I don't think we can ever repay you for the service that you've done for this country so as you say that. I hope you feel that way. No that we on the show. Meaning the people in this room in our listeners that listen to the show feel like it's our duty to make sure you're taking care of so. We are very excited. Update you with that and to let our listeners. Know that if you order by june twenty. Four th the bob dot com. You can get it in time for the fourth of july. So so mariela sergeant majestic this is just a quick update. Call to tell you that we're working in your honor. We're excited we are privileged to be doing so and we just wanted to know that we're still here still here supporting you and you know we're rooting for you. Thank you so much honored to served our nation and the grateful. The gracious people in america. So thank you to team out there. You've got another couple of days to get it on this hundred thirty seven thousand dollars right now. listen. I'd be happy if we reached a million yeah. They're very familiar with all seriousness. Thank you for serving. This was an that we wanted to give you ourselves. Because we're just so proud to be involved and we cannot wait to get this home that has made specifically for you and your needs so starting majestic mariela. Thank you for your for a few minutes this morning. The update there. They are going to go to bobby. Bones dot com and order. Your any pimp enjoy stuff goes to this not just patriotic and red white and blue. But what's special about getting it in time for fourth of july is you'll you're probably going to be doing something and you'll be able to wear something that is really representing and american hero and helping him out and it can be a conversation starter and you can maybe tell your friends and family that you're barbecuing with that day. Like hey this is. This hat went towards army. Sergeant jerry videtic and this is his story and then that way. It's just it's not lost on what we're actually celebrating in the freedoms that we have love it. You guys get on it. Great to talk to them. If you've ever been a bridesmaid you know how painful and expensive the dress shopping experience can be well. The line bridal startup birdie gray is changing all of this there. Bridesmaids dresses are all under one hundred dollars. Come in styles and colors look amazing on instagram and their sizes. Go up to three x. Plus they have pockets. Which in my experience is a game changer. because let's face it. I want my phone with me at all times. Use code wedding at birdie gray dot com to receive fi free swatches before you buy visit birdie gray dot com today latte pile of stories. So if you're looking to put yourself in a good mood and you want a little mini. Get away from life. Apparently a music festival is one way that you can do that. if you've got like a day full of concerts and people and events and activities your sense of happiness goes up as long as they don't factor the parking situation when you go to music fest. I like having a park. But yes i agree. So do you have any festivals. You're going never been much of the music festival guy my whole life. But because i just don't like the many people like before the pandemic already pandemic minded. I don't want to be around people but yeah. I'm pretty excited about bobby because eddie are playing that The first ones in texas and new braunfels. It's all day two stages and the second one's in wichita. So i think just to be out one is going to be fund Obviously i already music festival. But i think just the i want to go to festival. I just want to know. I can go to festivals. I think that's what it is. Yeah also now. That most people aren't wearing masks. It makes me kinda. Wanna wear masks again. Why because now. I wear masks before the pandemic app. I'll get an airplane. Where masked. Because i don't want to catch somebody's flu. Yeah about covid and so on. But now everybody's would know massive people. Judging me they judge me like all of the massacre care about that. Yeah you don't care. They're not gonna think dying of some illness so that's an exciting thing about things going back to normal to or what else. Well i have country stars in their side hustles. So i'll how name the artist you tell me. If they're you know they're side-hustle tricia earwood and martina mcbride cooking shows them didn't know martina due to cooking should actually does a did okay. Tim tim mcgraw. He wrote a book with some political guy and he does the gyms. Yeah got his bathroom. Average air church. Eric church Oh he's a aviator stand on the side of the road where he says people driving no furniture seattle his home collection. It's called highway two home. But i don't think it's a side house. I think probably just licenses name out. And then they do it. I thought he's making the furniture. Oh like one zero. What else keith. Irvine keith urban. His side hustle Keith urban side. i mean this. Kind of maybe an alignment with like. What did you say about eric licenses name. Yeah guitars. same thing oh.

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"one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"These rocks dot. Co join me alongside brother andrea marie david simpson and many many more special guests. All the information and registration data you need is at upon these rocks dot co or call eight four four five two seven eight seven two three. We'll see you in maine crusade channel news news. You can trust because the truth can be trusted from the crusade channel news desk. Here's ron stafford. Good morton crusaders. Welcome to wednesday march the thirty first twenty twenty one. i'm rollin. Stafford reporting from the crusade channel news stafford studios in beautiful saint like it was maryland. This report is brought to you by founding father films publishing featuring rare essentially works like humility of heart and life of washington but back into printed edited volume mike church available exclusively at mike church dot com slash books. Here's what to listen for this hour. Tennessee takes a big step in gun ownership a college. Professor in new jersey sues his employer and the high court is willing to hear a kentucky case the tennessee legislature passed a measure that would allow residents to both open and concealed. Carry handguns without a permit which some have dubbed as quote constitutional carry. The bill will now move. Republican governor bill these dusk where he is expected to sign it into law. The bill is backed by the national rifle association but as opposed by some state law enforcement groups tennessee house majority leader william lambeth. A republican commented. Monday evening quote. This bill is not the end of the journey he continued. This is a massive step forward for freedom other than tennessee. Eighteen other states have approved some form of permit. Louis carry in other news. The white chemistry professor in new jersey is suing the college where he works for racial discrimination claiming his black colleagues make forty five thousand to fifty thousand dollars more than he does despite quote similar qualifications and experience. William t. level age. Sixty six a professor at camden county college and a nine page lawsuit filed in. Us district court in camden on friday. Alleges he has suffered severe emotional distress embarrassment humiliation at loss of self esteem. Lavalle salary for two thousand twenty is close to ninety two thousand dollars while lawrence chapman. And melvin roberts. Both engineering professors made significantly. More chapman may just over one hundred. Thirty seven thousand dollars and roberts one hundred and forty two thousand six hundred of in the lawsuit said he holds three professional degrees in his area of certification and alleges that roberts hall is to and chapman holds one. Finally supreme court on monday agreed to consider whether kentucky's pro-life attorney general can defend the commonwealth's law banning dismemberment of worshi- accord announced. It was granting one question of the petition for sent yari in carmen e. em w women's surgical center pse while kentucky's law concerns the legality of a second trimester abortion procedure. The supreme court will not rule on the law itself instead. The court will only consider if the attorney general a republican who supports the law can intervene to defend it in court. A quota the day comes from saint rose of lima apart from the cross. There is no other ladder by which we may go to heaven. Coming up are saint of the day she worked with the sick and the poor and trained. Young carbonite friars. You're listening to crusade channel new super happy spring. Y'all hi i'm barbara dooley and i'm excited to share some great news for my friends at bulldog. You can buy leukemia online. 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Accommodate monastery was founded in the same town in the year. Twelve forty which exposed jane to the carmelite. Lifestyle and spirituality intro sixty five. When saint simon stock a thirteenth century reformer of the heads west passing through loose. Jane met him and requested to be affiliated with the carmelites. Simon agreed and jane became the first third order. Carmelite jane victor self to perpetual chastity and applied herself completely to the carmelites role and addition to many daily holy practices and pittances. She reached out to the community and word to help the sick and the poor. When of jane's primary missions was encouraging the boys of the town to help her serve the poor and to help them discern whether or not they were called to be carmelites. Bus jane is considered to be a founder of the carmelite tertiary order and is considered to the its first member. She died in twelve eighty six. A pregnant catholic woman says she was recently escorted for the holy trinity catholic church in dallas texas for not wanting a mask and was later issued a trespass warning deirdre harrison told local media quote. You're go into a rest eight-year-old nursing mom who's already socially distanced. I made a proves that it's not really about the health. It's just about control. According to video footage of the incident hairston appear to be holding a crying. Baby hairston asks the officer in the video quotes. Am i getting arrested. The officer responded. No not right now. But if you don't listen you will be arrested. Harrison responded. Then what's the crime. The church does not what you all here. The officer responded a facebook post from the catholic diocese of dallas responded to the women's claims saying she was not arrested or ticketed. They said quote the young woman involved in this incident that occurred two weeks. Ago was not arrested or ticketed. She was interviewed a pass warning. The post added quote. The pastor of the parish is required masks at mess out of concern for the health and welfare of his entire congregation candidate law grants pastors jurisdiction over their parishes. And while the bishop has not mandated masks for every parish he has left these specific details for the pastors of the diocese adding that he expects the faithful to wear masks out of charity and concern for others. We recognize that. Not everyone can wear masks. But that those who can should hairston also told media that the head pastor the church approached her in the middle of mass and allegedly told her quote. Now if you want to be an obedient catholic you put that mask on or you'll have to leave. Harrison told him that she was not going to leave adding that he then informed her he would be calling the police and after she was taken outside. Police officers reported her and gave her a ticket for trespassing. Harrison noted the texas governor greg abbott. Recently we send it statewide mask. Orders and allow businesses to reopen in the midst of the pandemic. Some of your news tips. To ron at crusade channel dot com stay tuned to the crusade channel with live breaking news updates all day and the best live talk radio anywhere up next. The mike church continues. I'm ron stafford for the crusade channel seeking news finding truth..

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"one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

"So shocking to you. What did you take out of it? I mean, I've heard that quote before and it's a it's a bit of it's taken from. A Gandhi. Gandhi comment. And it was instead of having a like a shining light or a candle or sunlight in there to be that shining light in the world, there is this molotov cocktail. We've seen our friends in law enforcement have these thrown at them at these riots. We we have friends that have actually been injured. We've we've seen it in Portland and Seattle. And it was shocking. It was it was It was tough to see that coming from the elected official. Now she put out a statement Megan done in which she says it wasn't supposed to be a threat of violence. She said she's in this part is kind of artemis she did not connect the Molotov cocktail imagery police violence. Do you buy that? When you look at I, mean that post you said a counter culture, cross-stitch, art. Project. And my belief with you know the definition of counterculture we reject or opposed dominant values. And behavior in society will. So this counterculture violence is an acceptable. Footage, who are these people? A. I'm serious. And Had just come. In there, all bunch of weenies. Every throw molotov cocktail or silvery even be involved in something they were flying back and forth. But you know it's Kinda. Cool. It's there's just this peer group. Well I have something as beyond me. I have something just as stupid, which could only come from Austin City Council who was all in on. Black Lives Matter Inc and fund the police which is. Actually, happening mental health funding and Austin got a boost today city council voted to allocate more than four million dollars to two different programs. The bulk of the funding roughly four million dollars will help pay for an expanded mobile crisis outreach team. That team will be made up of first responders who tried to get to people experiencing a mental health crisis within ten or fifteen years. Its goal is to avoid jail bookings and admissions to emergency rooms and to provide short-term resources. Tell help stabilize people in need. The new funding will increase staffing to ensure twenty, four seven access and also pay for five hundred tablet devices to first responders. Austin City Council member Greg Khazar says the hope is that To ninety percent of these calls will no longer need a police officer to respond. Do really important role here is that will be able to respond to well over five thousand calls. Away from you traditional nine, one, one response to. Trained mental health first. Responders. Or things. I've we have BETHEL health first, responders may assist. Our police officers to be there to make some of the calls about our level of force is necessary. Now. He's coming at me. What level of force is necessary? Can just get a level a three. Three, just I show the Taser were I do the Idiots glade situation. You Know Start Your second. Pick it up but I wonder how many police are out there to say to themselves. You would've sent a social worker for a domestic violence call. Hey, go for it or what is shown on the television telescreen as. A mental health episode when clearly someone's in The delirious state. What is it called again? Delirious state now no the delirium. George Floyd actually head. I'm blanking on a troll will know somewhere, but you know someone it seemed it's Oh they had to put a bag over his head and he had a mental problem. No, no no, it was It's it's the drugs. It's the yeah drugged up. Yeah. Hope I. Send social worker over there and that they that them spit on the social work. To do good luck though the social the way they should do it my thinking. If I was GONNA take take this approach that say I was taking this seriously. I tell the police, we're GONNA to send a social worker for the police. Think this is Larry. We're going to send a social worker in to to to deescalate the situation because you guys are incompetent doing this obvious. But we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA. Take this money and gives some social worker and they're going to be part of our department and they're going to go in there and they're going to de escalate as mystic and they will escalate. Only if necessary and then you'll get called in. We'll. Can you imagine excited delirium thank you goat in the troll resided delirium. Yes. So you'RE GONNA end up with I. Would I think this'll be fun to watch Austin. By the way. Anyone, we don't promote this enough, but we have a lot of good search engines and being it dot io actually typed just delirium into the search box and showed me excited delirium as well. If you know anything no agenda related, that's the place to go. Also about what level of force is necessary how? To de escalate situations that we can make the city safer for for all of us he said from his penthouse at the W. Hotel. Bodyguards Yeah Caffeine thousand dollars in new funding. This is funny as a tag. So we got four million dollars for all this. No more cops needed for that, and then the tag may tax. For All of us, another one, hundred, thirty, seven, thousand dollars in new funding we'll go to the homeless outreach street team. It connects people with services to help find stability and housing. seriously. So the biggest problem, we have in Austin and where a lot of mental workers need to go where the police is involved is with people experiencing homelessness. It's it's becoming epidemic now but wait. Did she say civility. What did she say? What was your tagline? She said? Don't know it's check please gland situations that we could make the city safer for for all of us another one, hundred, thirty, seven, thousand dollars in new funding we'll go to the homeless outreach street team. It connects people with services to help find stability and housing stability. Stability, stability stability. Shows people walking along saying, Hey, you can go over there or you could go over there. Only one, hundred, thirty, seven, thousand dollars four million dollars for this mystical mythical project of which five hundred. IPADS are being purchased. That's probably most of the brother. Stolen the black mark a half a million dollars. I can make some money reselling these IPAD. Yeah. It's. It's really it's really quite set. It's. GonNa show much by donating. Imagine. All the people who can do. Yes. So we do have a few people for twelve eighty three believe do. Edna show thirteen hundred starting with a alosha Wettin I believe in would Washington? 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"one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

"So shocking to you? What did you take out of it? I mean I've heard that quote before and it's a it's a bit of it's taken from. A Gandhi. Gandhi comment And it was instead of having a like a shining light or a candle or sunlight in there to be that shining light in the world, there is this molotov cocktail. Seen our friends in law enforcement have these thrown at them at these riots. We, we have friends that have actually been injured. We've we've seen it in Portland and Seattle. And it was shocking. It was it was It was tough to see that coming from the elected official. Now she put out a statement Megan done in which she says it wasn't supposed to be a threat of violence. She said she's in this part is kind of Artemis. She did not connect the Molotov cocktail imagery police violence. Do you buy that When you look at I mean that post you said a counter culture cross-stitch art project. And my belief with you know the definition of counterculture, we reject or opposed dominant values. And behavior in society will. So this counterculture violence is an acceptable. Footage. Who are these people? A. Serious. and. Had just come. In, there all bunch of weenies like she'd ever throw Molotov cocktail or silvery, even be involved in something they were flying back and forth. But you know it's Kinda. Cool. It's there's just this peer, group? Well, I have something as beyond me. I have something just as stupid, which could only come from Austin City Council who was all in on. Black Lives, Matter Inc and fund the police which is. Actually, happening mental health funding and Austin Got Bruce. Today City Council voted to allocate more than four million dollars to two different programs. The bulk of the funding roughly four million dollars will help pay for an expanded mobile crisis outreach team. That team will be made up of first responders who tried to get to people experiencing a mental health crisis within ten or fifteen years. Its goal is to avoid jail bookings and admissions to emergency rooms and to provide short-term resources. Tell help stabilize people in need. The new funding will increase staffing to ensure twenty, four seven access and also pay for five hundred tablet devices to first responders, Austin. City Council member Greg Khazar says, the hope is that. To ninety percent of these calls will no longer need a police officer to respond. Do, really important role here is that will be able to respond to well over five thousand calls. Away. From you traditional nine one, one response to. Trained mental health first responders. Or things. I've we have dental health. First responders may assist our police officers to be there to make some of the calls about our level of force is necessary. Now. He's coming at me. What. Level of force is necessary can just get a level a three. Three, just I show the Tasers were I do the? Fi Idiots glade situation you know stop the second. Pick it up. But I wonder how many police are out there to say to themselves. You would've sent a social worker for a domestic violence call pay go for it or what is shown on the television telescreen as. A mental health episode when clearly someone's in. The delirious state. What is it called again? Delirious state now? No. The delirium. George. Floyd. Actually head. I'm blanking on a troll will know somewhere but you know someone it seemed it's Oh they had to put a bag over his head and he had a mental problem. No, no no, it was It's it's the drugs. It's the yeah drugged up. Yeah. Hope I I can't send social worker over there and that they that them spit on the social work. To do good luck though the social the way they should do it my thinking. If I was GONNA take take this approach that say I was taking this seriously. I tell the police, we're GONNA to send a social worker for the police. Think this is Larry. We're going to send a social worker in to to to deescalate the situation because you guys are incompetent doing this obvious. But we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA take this money and gives some social worker and they're going to be part of our department and they're going to go in there and they're going to de escalate as mystic, and they will escalate only if necessary and then you'll get called in. We'll. Can you imagine excited delirium thank you goat in the troll resided delirium. Yes. So you'RE GONNA end up with I. Would I think this'll be fun to watch Austin. By the way. Anyone we don't promote this enough, but we have a lot of good search engines and being it dot io actually typed just delirium into the search box and showed me excited delirium as well. If you know anything no agenda related, that's the place to go. Also about what level of force is necessary how? To de escalate situations, that we can make the city safer for for all of us he said from his penthouse at the w hotel. Bodyguards yeah, caffeine thousand dollars in new funding. This is funny as a tag. So we got four million dollars for all this no more cops needed for that, and then the tag may tax. For for all of us, another one, hundred, thirty, seven, thousand dollars in new funding we'll go to the homeless outreach street team. It connects people with services to help find stability and housing. seriously. So the biggest problem we have in Austin and where a lot of mental workers need to go where the police is involved is with people experiencing homelessness I. Mean it's it's becoming epidemic now but wait. Did she say civility. But does she say what was your tagline? She said? Don't know it's check please gland situations that we could make the city safer for for all of us another one, hundred, thirty, seven, thousand dollars in new funding we'll go to the homeless outreach street team. It connects people with services to help find stability and housing stability stability stability. Stability. Shows people walking along saying hey, you can go over there or you could go over there. Only one, hundred, thirty, seven, thousand dollars four million dollars for this mystical mythical project of which five hundred. IPADS are being purchased. That's probably most of the brother. Stolen the black mark a half a million dollars..

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"one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

"So shocking to you. What did you take out of it? I mean I've heard that quote before and it's a it's a bit of it's taken from. A. Gandhi. Gandhi comment. and. It was instead of having a like a shining light or a candle or sunlight in there to be that shining light in the world, there is this molotov cocktail. We've seen our friends in law enforcement have these thrown at them at these riots. We, we have friends that have actually been injured. We've we've seen it in Portland and Seattle. And it was shocking. It was it was It was tough to see that coming from the elected official. Now she put out a statement Megan done in which she says it wasn't supposed to be a threat of violence. She said she's in this part is kind of Artemis. She did not connect the Molotov cocktail imagery police violence. Do you buy that? When you look at I mean that post you said a counter culture cross-stitch art project. And my belief with you know the definition of counterculture, we reject or opposed dominant values. And behavior in society will. So this counterculture violence is an acceptable. Footage, these are these people. A. Serious. and. Had just. Come? In they're all bunch of weenies. It's not like she ever throw Molotov cocktail or silvery, even be involved in something they were flying back and forth. But you know it's Kinda. Cool. It's there's just this peer group. Well I have something as beyond me. I have something just as stupid, which could only come from Austin City Council who was all in on. Black Lives Matter Inc and de the police which is. Actually happening mental health funding and Austin got a boost today, city council voted to allocate more than four million dollars to two different programs. The bulk of the funding roughly four million dollars will help pay for an expanded mobile crisis outreach team. That team will be made up of first responders who tried to get to people experiencing a mental health crisis within ten or fifteen years. Its goal is to avoid jail bookings and admissions to emergency rooms and to provide short-term resources. Tell help stabilize people in need. The new funding will increase staffing to ensure twenty four seven access and also pay for five hundred tablet devices to first responders. Austin City Council member Greg Khazar says the hope is that. To ninety percent of these calls will no longer need a police officer to respond. Do. Really. Important role here is that will be able to respond to well over five thousand calls. Away, from you traditional nine, one, one response to. TRAINED MENTAL HEALTH FIRST RESPONDERS Or things. I've we have BETHEL health first responders may assist our police officers to be there to make some of the calls about our level of force is necessary. Now He's coming at me. What level of force is necessary can just get a level a three. Three. Just I show the Tasers were I do the Fi Idiots glade situation you know start your second. Pick it up but I wonder how many police are out there to say to themselves. You would've sent a social worker for a domestic violence call pay go for it or what is shown on the television telescreen as. A mental health episode when clearly someone's in. The delirious state. What is it called again? Delirious state now no the delirium. George Floyd actually head. I'm blanking on a troll will know somewhere but you know someone it seemed it's Oh they had to put a bag over his head and he had a mental problem. No, no no, it was It's it's the drugs. It's the yeah drugged up. Yeah. Hope. I. I can't send social worker over there and that they that them spit on the social work. To do good luck though the social the way they should do it my thinking. If I was GONNA. Take take this approach that say I was taking this seriously. I tell the police. We're GONNA to send a social worker for the police. Think this is Larry. We're going to send a social worker and to to to deescalate the situation because you guys are incompetent doing this obvious. But we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA take this money and gives some social worker and they're going to be part of our department and they're going to go in there and they're going to de escalate as mystic and they will escalate. Only if necessary and then you'll get called in. We'll. Can you imagine excited delirium thank you goat in the troll resided delirium. Yes. So you'RE GONNA end up with I. Would I think this'll be fun to watch Austin. By the way. Anyone, we don't promote this enough, but we have a lot of good search engines and being it dot io actually typed just delirium into the search box and showed me excited delirium as well. If you know anything no agenda related, that's the place to go. Also about what level of force is necessary how? To de escalate situations that we can make the city safer for for all of us he said from his penthouse at the w hotel. Bodyguards yeah. Caffeine thousand dollars in new funding. This is funny as a tag. So we got four million dollars for all this no more cops needed for that, and then the tag may tax. For All of us, another one, hundred, thirty, seven, thousand dollars in new funding we'll go to the homeless outreach street team. It connects people with services to help find stability and housing. seriously. So the biggest problem we have in Austin and where a lot of mental workers need to go where the police is involved is with people experiencing homelessness. It's it's becoming epidemic now but wait. Did she say civility? But did she say what was your tagline? She said? Don't know it's check please gland situations that we could make the city safer for for all of us another one, hundred, thirty, seven, thousand dollars in new funding we'll go to the homeless outreach street team. It connects people with services to help find stability and housing. Stability stability stability, stability. Shows people walking along saying, Hey, you can go over there or you could go over there. Only one, hundred, thirty, seven, thousand dollars four million dollars for this mystical mythical project of which five hundred. IPADS are being purchased. That's probably most of the brother be stolen the black mark a half a million dollars..

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"one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

"So shocking to you what did you take out of it? I mean I've heard that quote before and it's a it's a bit of it's taken from. A Gandhi. Gandhi comment. And it was instead of having a like a shining light or a candle or sunlight in there to be that shining light in the world there is this molotov cocktail. We've seen our friends in law enforcement have these thrown at them at these riots. We we have friends that have actually been injured. We've we've seen it in Portland and Seattle. And it was shocking. It was it was It was tough to see that coming from the elected official. Now she put out a statement Megan done in which she says it wasn't supposed to be a threat of violence. She said she's in this part is kind of Artemis. She did not connect the Molotov cocktail imagery police violence. Do you buy that. When you look at I mean that post you said a counter culture cross-stitch art project. And my belief with you know the definition of counterculture we reject or opposed dominant values. And behavior in society will. So this counterculture violence is an acceptable. Footage. These are these people. A. Serious and. had. Just. Come. In there all bunch of weenies it's not like she ever throw Molotov cocktail or silvery, even be involved in something they were flying back and forth. But. You know it's Kinda cool. It's there's just this peer group. Well I have something as beyond me I have something just as stupid which could only come from Austin City Council who was all in on Black lives, matter INC and de the police which is. Actually happening mental health funding and Austin got a boost today city council voted to allocate more than four million dollars to two different programs. The bulk of the funding roughly four million dollars will help pay for an expanded mobile crisis outreach team. That team will be made up of first responders who tried to get to people experiencing a mental health crisis within ten or fifteen years. Its goal is to avoid jail bookings and admissions to emergency rooms and to provide short-term resources. Tell help stabilize people in need. The new funding will increase staffing to ensure twenty, four seven access and also pay for five hundred tablet devices to first responders Austin City, council, member Greg Khazar says the hope is that. To ninety percent of these calls will no longer need a police officer to respond. Do really important role here is that will be able to respond to well over five thousand calls. Away from you traditional nine, one, one response to. Trained mental health first responders. Or things. I've we have dental health. First responders may assist our police officers to be there to make some of the calls about our level of force is necessary. Now He's coming at me. What level of force is necessary? Can just get a level a three. Three just I show the tasers were I do the Fi Idiots, glade situation you know start your second. Pick it up but I wonder how many police are out there to say to themselves. You would've sent a social worker for a domestic violence call pay go for it or what is shown on the television telescreen as. A mental health episode when clearly someone's in. The delirious state? What is it called again? Delirious state now? No the delirium. George Floyd actually head. I'm blanking on a troll will know somewhere, but you know someone it seemed it's Oh they had to put a bag over his head and he had a mental problem. No, no no, it was It's it's the drugs. It's the yeah drugged up. Yeah. Hope I I can't send social worker over there and that they that them spit on the social work. To do good luck though the social the way they should do it my thinking. If I was GONNA. Take take this approach that say I was taking this seriously. I tell the police we're GONNA to send a social worker for the police. Think this is Larry. We're going to send a social worker in to to to deescalate the situation because you guys are incompetent doing this. Obvious. But we're GONNA. We're, GONNA. Take this money and gives some social worker and they're going to be part of our department and they're going to go in there and they're going to de escalate as mystic and they will escalate. Only if necessary and then you'll get called in. We'll. Can you imagine excited delirium thank you goat in the troll resided delirium. Yes. So you'RE GONNA end up with I would I think this'll be fun to watch Austin. By the way. Anyone. We don't promote this enough, but we have a lot of good search engines and being it dot io actually typed just delirium into the search box and showed me excited delirium as well. If you know anything no agenda related, that's the place to go. Also about what level of force is necessary how? To de escalate situations that we can make the city safer for for all of us he said from his penthouse at the W. Hotel. Bodyguards Yeah Caffeine thousand dollars in new funding. This is funny as a tag. So we got four million dollars for all this. No more cops needed for that, and then the tag may tax. For All of us, another one, hundred, thirty, seven, thousand dollars in new funding we'll go to the homeless outreach street team. It connects people with services to help find stability and housing. seriously. So the biggest problem we have in Austin and where a lot of mental workers need to go where the police is involved is with people experiencing homelessness I. Mean it's it's becoming epidemic now but wait. Did she say civility. What did she say? What was your tagline? She said? Don't know it's check please gland situations that we could make the city safer for for all of us another one, hundred, thirty, seven, thousand dollars in new funding we'll go to the homeless outreach street team. It connects people with services to help find stability and housing stability, stability? Stability Stability. Shows people walking along saying, Hey, you can go over there or you could go over there. Only one, hundred, thirty, seven, thousand dollars four million dollars for this mystical mythical project of which five hundred. IPADS are being purchased. That's probably most of the brother. The black mark a half a million dollars..

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"one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Your guy it's he started he's already I've got to repeal them. They're going to have a majority. If they win, they'll do it lickety-split number two payroll taxes, social security, the other stuff. He wants to apply the twelve point four percents social security tax to all incomes over four, hundred, thousand would cap. The current payroll tax comes comes off after one hundred, thirty, seven, thousand comeback me this is important people understand. That social security taxes and levied after a certain amount of income one, hundred, thirty, seven, thousand dollars. There's a There's an old adage in Washington DC you should memorize you may not like it. It may not be cute but everyone in DC knows what it is and you know what that is. A program for the poor is a poor program. I remember that one. Yeah. I was GONNA say 'cause I've heard this for many people why is a program designed for the poor poor program in Washington? DC parlins because I'm. To get mass consensus on an issue, social security Medicare, whatever you need to pass a program people wanNA feel. Like yes. It's helping people who are poor, but you have to earn it. You may not like that you may be a liberal and you may feel like nobody staff or anything I don't care. I'm telling you to get the United States and mass tobacco program. So security about they wanNA feel like people have to earn it. The idea with social security is after one hundred, thirty, seven, thousand dollars. The rest is just redistributed money and you're just paying for other people's retirement income. So in order to make social security, feel like an earned benefit because you're not going to get that much for me. You're the earnings could be taxed on where CAP. Because anything taxed above that, you weren't getting back and it would be redistributed redistributed. You get it. No one wants to pay for retirement fund for someone else. That's why they capped it. They're blowing that cap out. which will make it a poor program because it'll be a program for the poor. Believe me what's rich liberals catch onto the fact that they're paying a finance other people's retirements. I don't care what they tell you about compassion. It is for the little guy dreaded air quotes that's going to go away tomorrow a program for the poor is a poor program, WanNa Destroy Social Security takeout the Cap Tamar Watch, all the Ritz liberals panic. Tax Number three, which is about to go up. So your social security tax go through the roof your income taxes are going to get high traumatically capital gains. Earning more than a million, they're going to tax capital gains. Dividends is regular income at a new top rate of thirty nine point, six percent that's double the current rate. Capital as haven't been taxes beds since the nineteen seventies, you may see Ya dan at doesn't matter to me I'm middle class I don't care if rich people get taxed on their stock earnings at double the race they are now you don't. Well. That's really dumb because you clearly haven't thought any of this through. You have a pension you have a 401k. Why there stocks worth something. They're worth what they're worth because other people are willing to buy them for their amount. Right? You can't tell me you have a baseball card worth a million dollars when you only have one buyers willing to pay ten right Baseball coach worth what you're only buyers willing to pay for my house is worth six, hundred, thousand dollars. You have no offers for seven years. The only offer you have is two, hundred, thousand. You Know Your House is worth twenty thousand. Now you've got a bunch of rich folks who are now paying double the tax on their stocks they paid before meeting their earnings on those stocks are going to go down meaning no stocks to them were worth less. So when your pension tries to catch those stocks out all those rich people who are going to buy him up are only going to buy that many fewer stocks because they don't have as much money. Meaning you don't either. Oh, it's going to affect me. That's the rich idiots good luck with that one, you.

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"one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

11:11 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"And now we're into the mile where again it ended up it. I thought thought this was the funniest Ebb and flow story coming in and out of Breeders Cup which was early on the mile was going to be the Philly in the air and then everybody got all excited about finding alternative runners and then when they're in the stretch you realize oh it's the Philly the mayor thought about all along exactly. Yeah when I when I kept looking at this race but I thought that uh-huh was the most likely winner but when Bolo scratched I keep looking. I kept looking at the race and I said you know what there's almost no early speed and and I'm thinking what was the name of the worst I bet on the Frankie Dettori. It came up in The Hague who became it became a talking horse all week right. Hey Command and and again I knew what I had behind it and it was going to bet what I was going to bet on the turf that I knew that all all day so I knew that that was always going to be there so I said well you know what. Let me take another shot. Try to win it now with this horse 'CAUSE I had enough back all if I didn't win then I go ahead buddy to play with so I had levels From totally to hey demand I bet some exact with Hagen second second behind and another name I can't remember and then I bet command to win again trying to get over a hundred and breaks perfect perfect and all of a sudden wins the Woodbine mile coming off. The pace is up there hassle. What are you doing good at it and was is there? And I wasn't GonNa wire-to-wire the fraction exactly opposite of what I thought they would be actually set a perfect for any for the late runners. You Might WanNa Ready. Yeah I I got. It was kind of a free bed given what I had behind it that I could take another chance with the money that I had. They try to win the conflict. Well and I'm curious because at this point now there's the distaff turf and the classic left and what was your. What was your mentality at that point because ultimately here you're gonNA you're GONNA hit Vegan? The TURF and not participate in the classic was is that what was your thinking going into. The the last big three didn't like the classic never liked the classics thought. Four horses could when Didn't have a feel for it. Didn't have a feel for how they were going to run. It wasn't true who was speed. One just never felt comfortable. I ended up picking Mackenzie first second or third. I did have a little bit of billboard so I said I'm taking my run at it right now and the staff. Yeah Look I. I consider the race amid they start out to be a mistake And I I wouldn't have exact anyway but basically all I was trying to do their. Steve was get enough money in case I miss the turf to try to win it on the classic. Even though I it wasn't anything well I there were tries. I was Gonna the point is I think I probably would have hit the try. I'm not sure if it would have been enough to win It turned out. It was irrelevant because when the term AH wasn't gonNA play the classic But Yeah I just completely missed on the distant but I was more thinking just staff to try to get the money for the classic in case I well and the distaff. What was your thinking in here because again? We're we're dealing with a an even money favourite in midnight be sue and she was funny because There there was that same dialogue going into this this that you know she particularly for those that you know that use Premium performance numbers. You know the dialogue again was his. She's no faster than several year. Yeah it was interesting. I was wrong about that race and I watched obviously every one of her races. I bought her last last work. was sessional again watching the expertise and then being there live on for Wednesday morning just to get everything. It's such A. It's such a great help And I I watch and I said she just one of these horses it's going to run fast enough to win And she never looked like a winner at anytime in that race. Just this understood the race and it turned out. I didn't have the winner anyway. It Mike Vaccines that use for Morse's a on workouts Be On form cycles and fire figures and all the stuff I usually use it. Yeah just completely wrong about that. Basement the great thing about this context author. You could be wrong a lot. You only got a couple of times well. And that's true Breeders Cup in general. Tell everybody you not not only. Can you be wrong about horses. You can miss that and and then in fact be at some point just be right about even even a horse that doesn't win and betting them properly is everything and technically. That's the story for next where you're going to bank one. One hundred thirty seven thousand dollars on a two thousand dollar bunch and talk about what you saw in united that made you think that that he could be on a par late with bricks and mortar is so i. I didn't think he was GonNA part Brexit mortar. I thought he was going to be closing. There's pressure from that standpoint. I I didn't think that when I thought was when none of the good euros came and in all the channel cats channel makers and all your courses that take turns beating each other came it was pretty easy to eliminate half the field Someone twice 'cause I just wasn't you gotta be enough for me to get anywhere at some point performance and when Chad Brown decided to run the mile a half. If you remember all your logging 'cause they kinda got a mile We're GONNA do something different or we might not even running the skull that told me he saw what we saw that the rain. It was a week Breeders Cup turf. For what what we usually see. No it ain't none of the European superstars so I can see the rain. Brexit border because I watched the Bronco ear and how good he was and and a lot of things like the life except bannon Iran Ortiz. So how did that come out with the United again process of elimination to a point twice to appoint I needed a big one and the workout. Who was the was the best I saw of any of the horses in the turf? I didn't see all the work. That's because obviously some of the workout. You're not seeing but I thought it was substantial. I'm getting Richard Bandala. I'm getting Flavian. Pratt is the best writer in California and other than tyrod you could actually make the case. He was riding better than Iraq was on somebody log shots over the weekend. He was riding gray and the fact that I knew at that stage. I was going to need a nick price and I told the guys are playing with that. This is going to be a minimum of one hundred dollars in probably more and I WANNA save two thousand four could hits. It's going to get into the six figures And in what not perform past performances thought they were okay but nothing special. He was more like well. It's kind of a a plotter And actually thought again he was going to be closing rather than brochure closing on him And the last thing I soci that question for me was the week of the race in that in the notes and I try to read everything Mandela said because there was some kind of flat in the race before. It's been sick after the race. That's why the performance was like that. I said that's it. That's the one I'm going to save something perfectly two thousand dollar punch for that race and if I'm right and basically I'm trying to beat a couple of other courses for second with the way I look at it if I'm right it's two thousand is going to become a hundred data became honored thirty seven. I was wondering if you were if you had to save look on your face that Mandela did. I was standing on the on the track. You know waiting for the horses to come back and Richard came out and had this absolute a wide kind of look. At the kind of bemused used smile. You know if if somebody told me he was gonNA finish second. You know that united was going to run the arguably the better race than Omaha Beach. I don't know if he would have if he would have believed you but I mean the united comes closer to winning his race then then then Omaha beach that is That alone was a story. Yeah it it was something I mean. What a beautiful right I mean people could chance to watch the replay practice everything? I did a great ride as I'm watching the race and say to my friends at let's say that We're getting exactly what we want with united not exactly. I thought that I thought he'd be behind. Bricks and mortar put borders surrounded by channel. Whatever channel the one place that go steadying? I'm gone now. We just need this tour. Stick it out and get some room to run and finally and then you're looking at your side you're gauging. It is enough time and what comes first the wire at fortunately for us. I can only imagine it's wins. This you get nothing. What would that have been? What kind of feeling that a bit? Yeah I've been there before anybody. Everybody knows me at the racetrack. I'm one punch exactly guy that's all. I'm doing forever and if it comes the other way I'm willing to deal with the consequences but what I liked to have. Maybe like a couple of hundred three nine. Yeah with a with a hundred yards ago. Yes didn't I didn't have the right number unbelievable and you bring in one hundred thirty seven thousand two hundred and you know I. I was taking screen in caps after each race and I got a few of the leaderboards up out onto onto twitter but I i. I realized later that that the one with you had not had not taken root it. It ended up in the drafts. Section of of you know twitter her and I found it later but you know what what are you thinking at that point now here. Here's the did you think you was going to be enough or did you think we need to do something in the classic I gave it a Lotta thought. My biggest problem is I said earlier in the class. 'cause I just didn't have a strong opinion Had I had a strong opinion on a horse I felt fairly competent was gonNA win..

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"one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Leases with this is more Parenti an apple is the most valuable company again in the world is Steve after the trade on Friday apple shares got a big lift with that proposed trade deal are part one trade deal with China at all the tech sector was raised apple shares worth more than a trillion dollars now so it it it reach that point it's back up there again we could see some pressure though on that same topic today China wants to talk about it some more before signing on the dotted line Bloomberg reporting that the country wants more details to be hammered out of that phase one trade deal before China's Shizhen paying agrees to sign it come on sign it get it over with move on how bout a Lamborghini I've never driven one of those I don't think I've ever seen too many of them Hey you same and boy what I love to Volkswagen's thinking a lot of us might be interested in hoping that somebody might come in and take over the division the carmakers looking to possibly sell that Italian supercar division even maybe listing it publicly they're looking to raise some money they're going to channel those funds to the namesake VW brand as well as Porsche and Audi all right if you have a couple hundred thousand center and you can buy Kurt Cobain sweater I see yeah this is it ever going to go for the Lamborghini or going to go in in this corner we've got Kurt Cobain's cigarettes named sweater hits going for three hundred thousand Bucks I think someone's going to pay it was the sweater that Cobain war for nirvana's iconic performance on MTV's unplugged the current owner bought it four years ago for one hundred thirty seven thousand dollars again it's on washed still stained and it's missing a button from the bluebird newsroom I'm really suffer India news radio seven hundred WLW seven hundred WLW Cincinnati Steve Hawkins in for Mike McConnell get Steve Roberts our ABC news political analysts talking about the debate looming the up front runners are emerging.