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Highlights from the Samsung keynote

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10:16 min | 2 years ago

Highlights from the Samsung keynote

"From yesterday's keno. That wasn't the note ten. We talk five g. L. t. microsoft the big spe- and the book s so in the chat. We're talking about the headphone jack and <hes> tim says about the headphone jack if you can't afford a ten dollar adapter for the three point five millimeter kilometer. I'm sorry but the one hundred or one thousand one hundred dollar phone is not for you. J jersey contributes haven't used a headphone jack twenty thirteen. Yeah you're right. I mean a lot of people are going <hes> bluetooth these days. I think it's less of the the logistical argument that like oh my god. How can you survive without a headphone jacks wow. I never thought i'd see the day right like that's. It's kind of my take away from it well. I think it's kind of annoying. I mean if you look at apple their products right now the if you have like the max. You still have a headphone jack if you have the new ipads ads it's u._s._b. If you have the iphone lightning so the only thing that actually works across all of those is bluetooth and the problem with some of these bluetooth it like the air pods are great. They're easy to connect. Whatever but it's the battery just doesn't last very long. <hes> i'm on a long flight. I'm going to use wired headphones because i don't want to be stuck halfway through can't watch netflix or whatever i think that's a religious jews because you don't have the weight of all of the components just resting in your ear and i don't think it's the expense either. It's it's the annoyance of well if i want to you use this technology that i already invested in for whatever my reasons are knowing how to have a dog goal. Now i have to get one and now i might have to find it yeah exactly and for me when i'm using my wireless headphones. I'm draining the battery on my headphones zones and i'm usually during the on my phone because i don't always plug in thinking about that and so then when i end up with both things that low power i can't i choose one charging continue what i'm watching and that's frustrating yeah so <hes> i didn't get a chance to really mention. It was one of the reasons why samsung is removing the headphone. Doc they say is space so they can make batteries larger and keep the phone's a little bit thinner and a little bit lighter. I think that's certainly part of it. I think it's also you know just kind of going with the flow and going with time samsung was always going to have to do this. This is the way that things are going same way with removable batteries. Everybody was up in arms about batteries being being imbedded and samsung for the longest time. We're proud of our removable battery. We're going to keep this going for you until the day they didn't. They're like well now. We can make it bigger but it is still annoying. What else have we got. Ryan says i feel like this is a misstep for samsung. Two different sizes of this phone make one size is and make it really good instead of making clearly inferior. I mean it's just that price point argument right. It's the people that are right on the border and the sucker you in say one is clearly there. We have different opinions here in terms in terms of so. There's actually quite a long list of what the differences are. It depends on you know do value those so for example okay. There's the size there's the battery capacity that goes with the size. There's also a fourth camera on on the galaxy note ten plus and that's that air duct camera so if you want to do the things they're not a big deal but if you want to do things like portrait video or doodle or that what three d. scanning thing you can't do it on the tiny. You have to do it on the ten plus. There's also there are more <hes> battery not battery storage configurations so you can get got more storage out of the ten plus. That's only one that you know <hes> in the u._s. That you can get with five g. if he wanted even though sharon. I are on the same page that you shouldn't necessarily certainly do that and mike rusty card slot. I do think that samsung is artificially creating a boundary between these two justify having the higher price in the bigger your phone. It's got more things but there are a lot of people out there who do want the best and they wanna have those options there. You know just in case. They decide to use them so shara is right in terms of the core features and functionality. There's not really much of a difference in terms of little differences on paper if you want that fourth camera camera you're not going to get it on the not what i think. I'm hearing is technically of course like if you look at the specs. It's inferior foe but i think charles perspective might be for navato but it's gonna use us yeah. I mean honestly like if you look at nobody's nobody's going to be like. I'm sorry like the air stuff looks great but it's not something you're going to be using most of the time right like <hes> yeah yeah. Maybe you're going to eight hours a day for four years or whatever you know maybe by that point. There'll be things that really take advantage of it but at least right now it seems like it's more kind of a the novel feature on they also have the ability to measure things which we also saw in the iphone which could be interesting but again. I think for like a regular user who is accessing their phone every day. You're getting the stylus at it's a little bit smaller and you know it's the same processor it's it's is going to be the things that you would get in the bigger one for a regular user. You're not gonna miss them for a power user. Jessica pointed out which is who tended to be no users. You would want all of those things right but they've kind of positioned the smaller one as the note for people who never had a notes like if you own. I wanna know and you want to know what you're going to buy the big one. If you are like a stylus sounds really interesting and this device looks kind of great <hes> you're going to get a smaller one what else are people asking about break questions come and flooding and the strange one asks given the shift away from three point five millimeter jack on mobile devices do. Do you think we'll start seeing more headphone. Makers have their default cable us <hes> u._s._b. So they can control the digital analog conversion. I think we're all moving conversation by the way yeah i mean. I think we're all the money the the rumor is. I think there's still uncertainty about the next iphone. I think it's still we're gonna be lightning but eventually everything's going to be u._s._c._c. yeah u._s. B._b._c. world because you don't have to carry you know three charters everything more are and you can charge your computer and your phone and it just like it makes life easier yeah and then if they all get wireless charging the wireless power share air imagine that you've got your laptop. That's plugged into u._c._f. And then you've got your phone on top of that like that becomes the wireless charging pad for your phone and all of your other accessories that what is what i really want working toward. We're getting there yeah how long until you think someone's gonna make the headphone jack as a big special feature retro return throwback and who do you think's going to do it. Two years who number cricket phone like autumn the only ones for grandparent jitterbug jitterbug jitterbug jitterbug is gonna make a smartphone version of the jitterbug yeah. I think the free point five millimeter headphone is going to go away. I mean we're just kind of how we are you. You're going to be buying the jack for that. You know another audio audio equipment like we're talking about phones here but like still be interest for that for other things yeah. Possibly i mean it could be a little little bit wonky for awhile and energy and that's what we see every time. There's the sort of shift right any time. There's a shift in charters by you know. There are other benefits to u._s._b. A._c. two so it's it's possible that it will be harder to find that kind of headphone in the future but you're applying logic to it. I'm saying novelty. Nobody gave it a couple of years and it's going to be like a big thing like remember this. When i was your age yeah and it's weird jag gonna put money on it. I'd say blackberry or palm but tim says nokia could be. I fully think it's it's going gonna be apple. It's going to be a joke. No i'm sticking to my guns on this one now one hundred percent phone your money any yeah any day of the week all right tim says did they miss an opportunity. When the galaxy book s didn't have any wireless is charging for the note ten. You mean like having a like like what. I thas yeah pretty much yeah. I don't think we're there yet. We're not but that'd that'd be great so the note ten does have wireless power share which is where you can charge up your other devices any device you can charge up an iphone on it and it's it's actually really great so it makes use of this big battery you pull down you know the notifications shade quick access toggle you turn your phone over and you you can put a phone on it. You can play to any watch any any ear buds that charge wirelessly <hes> and it basically cuts you off at thirty percents battery and thirty percent battery at least on the galaxy s. ten phones will still last you a very long time so i'm really excited about the momentum in that direction. We haven't talked about a couple. We've been focused on the phone. Because of course evans really interested in that we haven't maybe you can take just a couple minutes to touch briefly on things that like the microsoft <unk> partnership the laptop. We're talking a little bit about now. There are other things beside the phones that are made me if you both can like are you can start one thing that doesn't have to do with the phone that you thought was impressive interesting <hes> yeah i i think like the microsoft partnership that was kind of their supplies that no one actually leak no way no like the galaxy book that had kind of leaked yeah and we've been expecting that anyway since last december when qualcomm announced that chip instead it was coming in the third quarter in devices so we're expecting at some point. The microsoft partnership. I think is interesting. Though samsung has over the past few years has really pushed this sort of open partnership kirchner ships sort of thing <hes> you know part of it is because they do struggle with software and they do struggle with services. They're throwing a lot of money on it but it's still hard for them yeah so a lot of the things they announced <hes> with you know like how being able to link. You're not with your p._c.

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"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You can actually schedule an appointment to speak with me here on the show all you have to do is head over to commander dot com and at the bottom of the page it says contact us just follow the yellow brick road to ask us and that's where you can actually schedule an appointment just tell us the day in time that you're available and also what your topic is and then our producers will get back with you and before you do get back to all of your phone calls the show it's time now for tomorrows checked today we need like some type of like big rejoinder about that like we're somebody's things that like maybe not me of course but somebody should say like tomorrow's tech today okay well maybe not all right but let's start with science fiction no more Miami world center is considered by some to be the most luxurious residential tower in the United States will soon have the very first flying car sky port and it's on the roof of the sixty story building or just factually been under construction for some time that's exhibit condos the future check is really something you have to say and looking for you if you're Kim's club and now commando community member you can see the video released by the property a combined CG I with real people show the sky poured it was expected to look like but also the C. you've got a condo resident just sitting in his futuristic chair when Mister good looking gets a notification that his gorgeous gases arriving by flying drone in just a few minutes then it's up to the roof she arrives a beautiful sunset in the background it's cliche but it's really slack right it's still a ways off but lets just face it the Jetsons reality is coming here sooner than we all expected member the jets is I think was that in twenty sixty two we should probably see this in just a few years let's move on to future tech in motorcycle helmets they have one job to do protect the writer but now they're getting an a I upgrade that's right even motorcycle helmets are getting a smart tech refresh and if you're a kids club or now community member you have to check this thing out it's called the M. K. one final strains start up name foresight as wifi and Bluetooth connectivity to your phone action mounted wide angle high def camera that records up to five hours speakers noise canceling microphones and wireless controller that mounts on the handlebars not one popular piece attacked each scene cars the heads up display and shows things like speed and navigation other information on your windshield you're not going to get that in the smart helmet because they think it's just too distracting so now what you have is a strip of LED lights along with the bottom of the visor that you can see will flash and change color the rechargeable battery will last about five hours the helmet weighs only three or three and a half pounds but it's going to cost one thousand one hundred dollars but when you think about it this is a you're ready for it weekly good idea all right I think back to the best cocktail you've ever had it was just perfect so how do you perfect the perfect cocktail well with some artificial intelligence of course okay we have cured like brewers and robotic bartenders but the company called farces says we have to do better with the bars this two point oh robotic box cocktail machine you can choose from two thousand drinks we also customize wrong there is loot built in Bluetooth of course you can control the devices up to three other device at the same time you throw in a I keeps the drinks consistent you never to worry about wasting ingredients ever again now I curing cocktail machine is like a few hundred Bucks this one the bar says two point no is going to set you back one thousand five hundred dollars because you know a I powered robotic bartenders don't come cheap I mean maybe holds a conversation maybe give a little advice as for me I'm waiting for the far says three point now let's talk about diapers can we make them smart too yes lumi by pampers is a smart napping it tracks eating and sleeping habits the temperature humidity in the Roman of course monitoring the condition the diapers for you know when to change the baby's diaper you push notifications that are mixed in with your Facebook reminders and everything else and it with us say like times change the baby's diaper great although he was developed by pampers parent company Procter gamble along with Google sister company verily both companies say that all personal data will be for parents alone while other data will be used for the usual line of say product improvement in addition to the sensor's this comes with a high def wifi camera serves as a reminder connects to the apps gonna be out later this year no price has been announced but unfortunately even the smartest of diapers and change themselves and finally even on sale apple where parents well they aren't cheap and losing one is the equivalent of say eighty Bucks in one by holding pairs so here's the deal if you would you do if you saw it all down between the cracks of a subway station this is a situation in New York City woman found herself in recently and she couldn't get any help from the staff so she went home the next day err err pod was still lying next to the tracks unmoved by passing trains so she came up with her very own hi tech futuristic rescue plan she went to the store she bought a broom and she bought duct tape and in true McIver fashion she created a makeshift contraption to get her way would air pod back work like a charm are granted was sitting on dirty train tracks for day needs a little TLC but it was reunited with the other air pod a very happy ending for what could have been a very tech crisis alright let's talk about the best VPN I've ever years I have to tell yet I don't see these things very often I mean I'm very very critical of new technology you know that I mean now how do I wear my apple watch like take it off I mean I was really excited about the smart water bottle after a week it was gone okay express V. 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"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You can actually schedule an appointment to speak with me here on the show all you have to do is head over to commander dot com and at the bottom of the page it says contact us just follow the yellow brick road to ask us and that's where you can actually schedule appointments just tell us the day in time that you're available and also what your topic is and then our producers will get back with you and before you do get back to all of your phone calls the show it's time now for tomorrows text today we need like some type of like big rejoinder about that like for somebody things that like maybe not me of course but somebody should say like tomorrow's tech today okay well maybe not all right but let's start with science fiction no more Miami world center is considered by some to be the most luxurious residential tower in the United States will soon have the very first flying car sky port and it's on the roof of the sixty story building or just actually been under construction for some time that six hundred condos the future tech is really something you have to say and looking for you if you're Kim's club and now commando community member you can see the video released by the property a combined CG I was real people show the sky port it was expected to look like but also the C. you've got a condo resident just sitting in his futuristic chair when Mister good looking gets a notification that his gorgeous gases arriving by flying drone in just a few minutes then it's up to the roof she arrives a beautiful sunset in the background it's cliche but it's really slack all right it's still a ways off but this is based at the Jetsons reality is coming here sooner than we all expected member the jets is I think was that in twenty sixty two we should probably see this in just a few years alright let's move on to future tech in motorcycle helmets they have one job to do protect the rider but now they're getting an a I upgrade that's right even motorcycle helmets are getting a smart tech refresh and if you're a kids club or now community member you have to check this thing out it's called the M. K. one by an Australian start up name for site as wifi and Bluetooth connectivity to your phone action mounted wide angle high def camera that records up to five hours speakers noise canceling microphones and wireless controller that mounts on the handlebars now one popular piece attacked each scene cars the heads up display and shows things like speed and navigation other information on your windshield you're not going to get that in the smart helmet because they think it's just too distracting so now what you have is a strip of LED lights along with the bottom of the visor that you can see will flash and change color the rechargeable battery will last about five hours the helmet weighs only three or three and a half pounds but it's going to cost one thousand one hundred dollars but when you think about it this is a you're ready for it Wheatley good idea I think back to the best cocktail you've ever had it was just perfect so how do you perfect the perfect cocktail well with some artificial intelligence of course okay we have cured like brewers and robotic bartenders but the company called viruses says we have to do better with the bars is two point oh robotic box cocktail machine you can choose from two thousand drinks it also customize your own there is blue built in Bluetooth of course you can control the devices up to three other device at the same time you throw in a I keep the drinks consistent you never to worry about wasting greens ever again now if you're a cocktail machine is like a few hundred Bucks this one the bars this two point now is going to set you back one thousand five hundred dollars because you know a I powered robotic bartenders don't come cheap I mean maybe holds a conversation maybe give a little advice as for me I'm waiting for the pharmacist three point out let's talk about diapers can we make them smart too yes lumi by pampers is a smart napping it tracks eating and sleeping habits the temperature humidity in the Roman of course monitoring the condition the diaper so you know when to change the baby's diaper you can push notifications that are mixed in with your Facebook reminders and everything else and it with us say like time to change the baby's diaper great although he was developed by pampers parent company Procter gamble along with Google sister company verily both companies say that all personal data will be for parents alone while other data will be used for the usual line of say product improvement in addition to the sensor's this comes with a high def wifi camera serves as a reminder connects to the apps gonna be out later this year no price has been announced but unfortunately even the smartest of diapers can't change themselves and finally even on sale apple air power lines well they aren't cheap and losing one is the equivalent of say eighty Bucks in order by holding pairs so here's the deal if you would you do if you saw it all down between the cracks of a subway station this is a situation in New York City woman found herself in recently and she couldn't get any help from the staff so she went home the next day air pod was still lying next to the tracks unmoved by passing trains so she came up with her very own hi tech futuristic rescue plan she went to the store she bought a broom and she bought duct tape and in true McIver fashion she created a makeshift contraption to get her way would air pod back work like a charm are granted was sitting on dirty train tracks for day needs a little TLC but it was reunited with the other air pod a very happy ending for what could have been a very tech crisis alright let's talk about the best VPN I've ever years I have to tell yet I don't see these things very often I mean I'm very very critical of new technology you know that I mean now how do I wear my apple watch by take it off I mean I was really excited about the smart water bottle after a week it was gone okay express V. P. N. is one of these products you're going to put on your machine on your device your laptop your tablet your phone and you're going to sit back and go thank you Kim commando I feel safe and if you're traveling this summer I've added this app to my phone and I say I I'm so thrilled that I do it's called express V. P. N. is terrific you can surf the internet on public wifi at like at a hotel or airport also she streaming access content they normally would have been blocked in another country for traveling with express V. P. N..

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"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"One thousand one hundred dollars. This jackpot gets big quick up. Sorry, so sorry, no time so offer county just talk. We are known for chemistry show. We play annoys you guess what it is. Sure if you get it right back pot. But if you get it wrong, we add another hundred dollars to that jackpot. And then on Thursdays, it's thousand Thursday. Two thousand dollars with strong guests. That's how the jackpot gets big so quick. We just gave over forty thousand dollars last week later came to pick up her gigantic check Patty name, Patty from cynic Rita. Tammy wrong rhetorical. Good morning. Liz. How are you? I'm doing good. Thanks. How are you doing great? You want some small talk, you want to go straight to the game. Yes. Good. Okay. What did you for living? I do nothing. I'm a stay at home. Three little boys. What are their names? Get it on the air. Ryan, Josh and James. That's awesome. And held to these kids, five seven and eight. Are you tired quite often? Tired of the used to be so. Yeah. Last one school in the fall. So really, really? What would you do with the free time at home? Then I have no idea. I think I forgot what it's like just to be myself, so. Oh, well. Good for you. Find yourself Josie onto a big retreat a wellness center next week to find herself. Going to the allergist. The room allergic to our coast. A lot of tation get a massage here and there Wim. Yeah. Gloria. You can do it, which one thousand one hundred bucks ready. Yeah. Your nose ten seconds on the clock which one thousand one hundred dollars. What's that noise? I think it jumping in a pool. I don't know the answer. A waiting for the thumbs down. I've been giving a thumbs. Bomber. Sorry. So sorry. Thanks..

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

760 KFMB Radio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

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

"Spotted a brochure for a brand new lottery game called windfall Jerry always possessed. What he calls a head for mouth? He has a bachelors degree in the subject from nearby. Western Michigan university in only a matter of minutes. He realized that this was a unique game. I read it by the time. I was out here. I knew what the potential might be did not take you weeks to suss out. No, no, not at all three minutes. Three minutes. Found the loophole three minutes. I found I found a special feature. That feature was called a roll down in the lottery announced when it was coming. Unlike the mega millions games, you've probably heard of were the jackpot keeps building until someone hits. All six numbers in wins. The big prize in windfall. If the jackpot reached five million dollars in no one matched all six numbers. All the money. Roll down to the lower tier prize winners dramatically, boosting the payouts of those who matched five four or three numbers. Sound complicated. Well, it wasn't to Jerry see if you can stick with him here. Here's what I said. I said if I played one thousand one hundred dollars, mathematically, I'd have won four number where that's a thousand bucks divided eleven hundred by six instead of fifty seven because I did a Merrill quick dirty, and I come up with eighteen. So I knew I'd have either eighteen or nineteen th three number winners. So that's fifty bucks each at eighteen thousand dollars for a foreign number winter, and I got eighteen three number winners worth fifty dollars each S nine hundred bucks. So I got eleven hundred dollars invested and I've got a nineteen hundred dollar return. It sounds like good little over eighty percent. Isn't it? You're talking about this as if it's the most obvious. Figures in the world. Is not taxing the outer limits of your math skills. No it is. It's actually it's just basic arithmetic. Are you thinking I bet million people that have also cut onto this exactly what I thought..

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

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 2 years ago

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

"And spotted Abreu sure. For a brand new lottery game called windfall Jerry always possessed. What he calls a head for mouth? He's a bachelor's degree in the subject from nearby. Western Michigan university only a matter of minutes. He realized that this was a unique game. I read it by the time. I was out here. I knew what the potential might be even not take you weeks to suss out. No, no, not at all three minutes, three minutes. And you found the loophole in three minutes. I found I found a special feature. That feature was called a roll down in the lottery announced twenty it was coming. Unlike the mega millions games you've probably heard of where the jackpot keeps building until someone hits. All six numbers in wins. The big prize in windfall. If the jackpot reached five million dollars in no one matched all six numbers. All the money. Roll down to the lower tier prize winners dramatically boosting the payout to those who matched five four three numbers. This sound complicated. Well, it wasn't to Jerry see if you can stick with him here. Here's what I said. I said if I played one thousand one hundred dollars, mathematically, I'd have won four number winter. That's a thousand bucks I divided eleven hundred six instead of fifty seven because I did a Merrill quick dirty, and I come up with eighteen. So I knew I'd have either eighteen or nineteen three number winners. So that's fifty bucks each at eighteen thousand dollars for four number winner. And I got eighteen three number winners worth fifty dollars each that's nine hundred bucks. So I got eleven hundred dollars invested and I've got a nine thousand nine hundred dollar return. Good. Over eighty percent. Isn't it? You're talking about this as if it's the most obvious. In the world. Is not taxing the outer limits of your math skills. No it is. It's actually it's just basic arithmetic. Are you thinking I bet term million people that have also cut onto this exactly what I thought..

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

The Dan Bongino Show

04:33 min | 2 years ago

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

"Your Bill. In addition to one thousand one hundred dollars in interest. There was four point one trillion dollars last year at total government spending. Obviously seven hundred seventy nine billion dollars more than we had. Therefore, that's why we had the deficit last year seven hundred seventy nine billion another twenty three hundred dollar hit to your wallet. And again, you will pay an they may say, oh, I hear some people say, well, what if you know what a couple of trillion? We don't get back to the Chinese and the Japanese and others, ladies and gentlemen, all debts are paid all you may say what do we care if if a bunch of foreign investors don't get their money back because folks when they don't get their money back for us to get money from foreigners in the future to finance this profligate government, social security, Medicare, and whatever we're going to have to pay extraordinarily high interest rates because everybody's gonna feel like they're not getting money back because we didn't pay back the other foreign governments and foreigners that let this money L. All that's are paid or no way out of this. You understand that? Right. No way. I say so what we have to pay higher interest to attract money to the country for the risk. What's the big deal? The big. Deal is those interest rates are going to filter their way through the economy and borrowing for a car or borrowing for a house or borrowing for education is gonna come out of your wallet. This. There's no every debt is paid. You will pay these politicians and swap rodents have forced this upon you. Your wallet your kids while at your future will be lighter because of what they did way or another. It comes out of our pockets one way. It does it matter one way or another. You got worked were work. Like that Rupe? Also, you betta. Work. You got worked. You got worked big time. Whereas my mother low it's a big time. You got work big time. Shout out to my mother lost the best. She likes it. When I give shadows on the show. I'd mother-in-law's the best. She's awesome. She's like the hardest working woman. I love her. She likes. What she she's the. She's great. She you met her. Oh, yeah. She's awesome. No. You can't feed her read. She says she she refuses to stop working gives over my house where like Miriam, please sit out for a minute or two seconds. So you can you to cook clean everyday saying, please sit down take a break you earned it. Okay. Moving on our total accumulated debt is now. Twenty one point eight trillion dollars, not two point one eight not point two one eight twenty one point eight trillion dollars. That is sixty six thousand dollars for every American citizen. I'm eleven is not funny. It's not it's keep it by where airing about three thousand a year in new debt and interest. What's the average American salary immediate? Or mean, I don't know somewhere neighborhood of maybe forty five to fifty thousand something again somewhere in that ballpark. That's about sixteen thousand fifteen thousand dollars more. So than the average salary you owe that you you will pay as Joe said one way or another you're paying. This is the don't I just don't want you to think because you haven't suffered yet under high interest rates people feel it we will pay now as I've said to you. I'll leave it at that. Because the fifth one is kind of just a reiteration of all this stuff. Which solid economic growth. Three to five percent economic growth over an extended period of time, national income grows in order for national income grow personal incomes have to grow. So of personal incomes were to double over the next ten to fifteen years, and we even got a lid on spending that sixty six thousand dollars. A you owe it again, you will pay what and be wouldn't be deeply impactful on your wallet as it is. And the average salary today was probably forty five to fifty thousand dollars. You get what I'm saying? And that's why economic growth in the Trump t- regulatory tax cut economic freedom agenda, so important because ladies and gentlemen, there's no way out of this other than to grow you understand that there is no we cannot possibly pay this off if you folks my show has done very well. Thanks to you Joe. And I had a life changing experience due to the loyalty and goodwill prayers and listenership of this Audrey had mean, it really has. I changed my entire line..

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

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | 2 years ago

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

"Quickly number one. Joe the interest on our debt this year is going to be three hundred seventy one billion dollars. Now, I understand by telling you that that these numbers relatively speaking. Don't mean anything to a lot of people listening. It's not that you don't you understand what I'm saying. It's just you've been inundated with with doom and gloom about the debt for so long that if I told you was seven thousand seven thousand dollars per person, it it doesn't maybe that would make more sense. I don't I don't know how to like categorize the numbers to make it deeply impact you. So the interest on the debt is three hundred. Seventy one billion that means that's one thousand the interest on the debt one thousand one hundred dollars per person, you paid in just interest. Not that you didn't pay the debt down interest on the debt last you alone was one thousand one hundred dollars per person. So the only way I can categorize the figures in a in a in kind of a mental spreadsheet for you to make it make sense to you that each each person each American citizen, not each American tax payer each American citizen will wind up paying at some point in the interest on the debt last year alone one thousand one hundred dollars that's a lot of money number two. It deficit last year was seven hundred seventy nine billion. There's an astronomical amount of money. The Republicans get no pass because they're in the congress. And as I said, my only objection to what we've done so far in the presidency signing that Bill should not have signed that Bill and the government shutdown now in the president should stick to it till he gets some sensible budget measure put forth the deficit seven hundred seventy nine billion last year. Meaning last year alone, you paid one thousand one hundred dollars in interest on the debt and added.

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"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Social security benefits there, monthly check accounts for ninety percent of their income Republicans are coming for that program. They want to cut that program. They call it an entitlement because they think that that's a way of demonizing it, but it isn't entitlement because we've paid into it. We're entitled to it. And look again, I'm using a lot of credit here because it's a wonderful story and that does come out of the media, but also the rest of the media stop playing neutral, call things as they are. Paul, Ryan immediately after the giant tax cut for the rich said, we have to do entitlement reform of social security Medicare. So yes, abso absolutely. The Republicans are coming for social security. That's a fact they say all the time, but you cover for them and you go, I can't quite tell now if you were to say, hey, Obama also proposed to negotiate with the Republicans when he was in office and propose the Kosovo security you are right? And you should report that instead beloved Obama beloved Obama. But he, he proposed to cut social security. Why he also gets the money from the donors. The democratic establishment does their role in this game is, oh, go, gee, the Republicans made me do it. And here they are again, let me be more accurate about the guy I was talking about earlier Lawrence to Dida. He's seventy. Four years old. He's a former carpenter living in Vegas. It used to be seventy dollars for three months of coverage. Okay. You can do seventy dollars for three months of insurance coverage. Now it's one thousand one hundred dollars..

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"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"Get some cemetry there take these cameras and stick them all around the house lot i'll tell you what if you are listening i would love to have him on our show and i'll pay you handsomely for anything on just if i can call you if you out here i'll pay you in shark gift cards i'll give you one thousand one yeah still i could set that up desperate saw those i can get you one thousand one hundred dollars for your expenses my anyway he plans to appeal the decision which is just the best juiciest part ever that's we've got a ton of footage dan go ahead and let's start with clip seventeen i'm not sure exists quite seems to be that it seems to be should be provided thirty days or so is generally he gets days after your phone you know you have to they promise on expecting down down baby no god the fucking fuck tony hill looks like seed he this i can't even imagine a more dramatic care care of somebody who would have to be victim by their parents years old is that why this is a big deal in the news it's funny because it's yeah it's strange it's like offbeat news but how you pause them how frequently i mean it happens relatively frequently that i'm not complaining but apparent will kick their kids out that happens all the time but how often do they have to serve an invicta notice six times and then sue them in court see now this is what reporters should be chasing down instead of like pulling kids at ambulant gunshot they're doing they're jealous fine this guy find every version of this guy out there and give us that sweet uc everyone loves the i love it even this guy he's on all the shows let's see some clips from the cnn interview.

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"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on Double Toasted

"And as far this fifty three now but it's you know they say here eat the spot father 48yearold business executive frick couch has an arrest record going back to nineteen eight with two charges of evading arrest and assault plus eighteen traffic violations the to theft charges invading arrests would drop pay eleven hundred dollars eleven hundred dollars one thousand one hundred dollars in restitution the assault charge which stemmed from a domestic dispute was dismissed his mother tongue you was charged with reckless driving in two thousand three she allegedly forced another motorist off the road when she and she was fine five hundred dollars in serve six months probation and so we know who talk is boy how to drive proudly how duck and we've through the loan i mean in the dad it you this shit is ongoing the dead you think that this this this family with the kind of criminal record that they have that they would like somebody would draw the line dead recently this is a couple of years ago he he got in trouble for impersonating an officer tell why only got served community service where he has to go shovel horse shit at the police station free whole frick couch very interested in looking up their lawyers i'll tell you these shady people but i bet they got a hell of a ready lawyer yeah man whoever they give me the firm that got that with at least lady what's her name.

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

Geek News Central Audio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

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

"In a tweet by roland quant of win future dot d e the potential prices of the samsung galaxy s nine s nine might have been revealed according to quant the galaxy s nine sixty four gig model will be priced at we priced at we priced at eight thousand seven hundred ninety and okay while the galaxy s nine sixty four gig we priced at nine thousand seven hundred ninety and okay what is roughly one thousand one hundred dollars in one thousand two hundred fifty eight respectively after conversion that's crazy that is crazy crazy crazy pricing that is crazy pricing where i know the apple we talk apple had their latest i iphone ten was over thousand dollars this is absolutely insane to burst martha eleven hundred twelve hundred dollars for smart for i more fun it does say does say in the article that it is unclear if these will be the actual prices when the phones lawrence stateside however if the price are accurate it could still represent a price increase which probably won't sit well with customers i'm one of them i'm not spending eleven hundred eleven hundred dollars for that phone that's i know i'm sorry i'm not i am happy with you know with something a little less than that but not eleven hundred twelve hundred dollars now this next article when i pulled it up at a kind of like took me back to two years ago where excuse me.

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"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS

Fareed Zakaria GPS

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS

"Puerto rico's tourism industry grew annually by only one percent while the dominican republic aruba jamaica and cuba grew between three and five percent so what can be done what i would propose a kind of grand bargain the federal government needs to bring something to the table as do the good people of puerto rico who have been through so much the federal government should commit to a large multiyear multibillion dollar programme of investment should restructure puerto rico's debt and repair the island's infrastructure in return after conditions get normal the leadership of the commonwealth should also make some difficult economic reforms many of these have already been proposed by the eminent economist and kruger and most are geared to making the island more business friendly in order to bring back jobs increase the tax base and stop the outflow of people kruger's proposes include reducing the cost of electricity and repealing the jones act which has made shipping goods to be island more expensive but how most controversial proposal involves lowering the minimum wage implementing welfare reforms and lowering benefits to make puerto rico more competitive compared with other caribbean economies right now according to krueger the head of a family of three earning minimum wage on the island brings home about one thousand one hundred dollars per month while that same person could get about one thousand seven hundred dollars per month just being on welfare with the disincentive to work like that is it any surprise that before the storm just forty percent of puerto rican adults were employed or seeking work verses about sixty three percent for the overall us labor force.

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"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

Science Magazine Podcast

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

"At the puzzle was that we have seen that rapid changes these light gerster that we have obtained they were changing from a day day very significantly and so we were surprised because we initially sold the new structure size of earth would be developing from one day to the next and instead what we realized is that the structures are not appear in court disappearing instead we are seeing large waves that travel around the brand fourth changing the cloud sickness when you say you german them over the course of several days a number of them and then you revisited them over the years in an each observation period was several days in length so views spend more than one thousand one hundred dollars for disputes are space to a scope on the short is more simple rumour so this was a very large program we visited each brown dwarf eight times and in each of watch them rotate four times so it's four days in lebron's war stein but typically dissolves the rations ranged in between six hours to about fifty hours depending on how at answer to turn around that's exactly right we wanted to observe ready rapidly rotating bronze wars as well as very slowly rotating brainwashed to compared the differences in their atmospheres structures large antius circular nick featured of the scene jupiter degrade transport is one of the expectations we sat out we'd with thought there was a high participation through swansea doors being komen but instead we see more neptune like circulation bans raves are turning around.

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"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Jp morgan analyst rowdy rod hall will see that and lower it by three million units 95 mike had gp m's apple watcher issuing a note on wednesday in the note he dropped estimates for the entous abated oullette iphone from nine million units in the body a quarter to about two million units like a number of analysts he sees these as sales delayed not sales lost he's added the seven million missing units to fiscal year 2018 expectations he also thinks the premium phones levin everett selling price of one thousand one hundred dollars as i indicated the delayed sales expectations are in line with the expectations of a lot of other analysts which may be a good place for rowdy the hang out for a while earlier this year he was the one singular analysts who kept saying he expected apple to show of a new iphone at this year's w w d c like it was two thousand eight or something jp morgan has an overweight rating on apple shares rowdies price target on the shares his one hundred sixty five dollars apple tvs single sign on feature is added ten more singles for people who don't know the malcolm server explains single signon uses the tv service log and information stored on your iphone ipad or apple tv to authorise access to the channels you want to watch instead of entering your cable account username and password and every networks app you enter the information once ended shared with the apps that need it.

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"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Four point seven five okay self we went down for instance one percent one percent is eleven hundred dollars a year savings for you okay one percent of a hundred and ten is 1100 you follow me so if we from four seven five the threesome five just do some rough and dirty math okay so that gives his 1100 dollars and so if the closing costs and everything or thirty three hundred dollars how long does it take you to break even on this transaction 33 provided by 1100 three years exactly so you don't get gravy on the biscuit until after three years everything at out that you're going to be making money on having refinanced so the answer to the question is if you're going to stay in the house longer than three years yes it makes sense to refinance now my my thinking was well to is because my wife deserve work were lower tax bracket using my taxes around six two seven thousand dollars um i was thinking about taken that thirty one hundred dollars that doesn't it doesn't matter in the equation either way whether it's on the balance are out of your pocket you're going to write a check at some point in this process for the three thousand three hundred dollars extra cost to make more sensitive towards it doesn't matter ma maybe steps day i could just added into the mortgage if you want but the point is are going to be out of pocket at some point here in your life thirty three hundred dollars and you're gonna save one thousand one hundred dollars approximately per year.

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"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"While hargreaves doesn't have a cell rating on the cupertino company he has an idea of what people should do should they decide to lighten their apple load quoting the analyst we recommend largecap tech investors used proceeds from sales of apple to purchase google overweight praised target of one thousand one hundred dollars which we believe retains an excellent risk reward profile and more substantial upside potential then apple knowing that apple is going to come out and say new things today hargreaves issues this note yesterday i'll take things i don't understand for one hundred alex it really a strange that hargreaves did what he did when he did he might easily have wait until today if he didn't hear anything that changed his mind go ahead and click sand or maybe he wanted to make sure concerns were heard before they were drowned out by whatever apple says today still makes no sense but whatever as for what apple might say today the mac observers brian chavan thinks the company could say a lot peace opposes this not just because of the were of the rumor mill but because of last week's developers andric announcements as a reminder chavan rights on thursday morning apple issued to developers pacific press releases covering news that has been part of past wwe dc keynotes that can only mean the company didn't have enough room for these two announcements and that has me giddy as a school kid on pizza day.

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"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

Listen Money Matters

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"one thousand one hundred dollars" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

"I okay i wanna start now that we have robin hood and there is no there is no commissions like i feel like we could do it with some like pittance of money and to see what happened never one thousand one hundred dollars and you can buy and sell as many times you want as long as documented and yeah i had to go back and read the book again to see exactly what it was but i am fairly certain like it was just the dude locked himself in a hotel room and every single day he took the next two words of the bible and then took the first to a first letter of each word and found a company that matched those two letters and then bought it and you probably did better than most people will end a book he becomes like the richest man world or something like that law so it works out pretty well either by divine providence or by is blind luck but i understand that it's a stupid investing method but i just a very curious to see like woke would actually happen if you're do something like that we don't even a dead even i don't know i mean if you're making a trade every day than you are diversifying quite a bit in and there is a quote on diversifying dasm here somewhere yet but last one maybe all so here's here's warren chastising us because yes this is the last one wyde diversification is only required when investors do not understand what they're doing which is super interesting because he doesn't necessarily mean he's diverse five over time but he was a lot into one thing and his recommendation to his wife and kids and his people in the futures like just by next funds because unless you're going to be like him and spend your life researching this stuff um yeah this will prevent you from felony.

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