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"one two five million dollars" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"one two five million dollars" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Is the greatest that is an ecstatic Antonio brown with his reaction to being released by the raiders it's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless ESPN's Adam Schefter on SportsCenter with Jay Harris on the raiders parting ways with the guy who could have been their number one receiver for quarterback Derek Carr J. the saga that never ends has reached something of an end at least for now in Oakland with the raiders officially releasing Antonio brown as you requested be done early this morning after three responding over two hundred fifteen thousand dollars told them that he would not be entitled to any termination pay in a separate letter and basically voided his guaranteed so I would imagine that there adult over the twenty nine point one two five million dollars that was remaining on his contract in guaranteed money raiders Antonio brown might not be done doing business yet as they hi go over that money that large sum of money and now Antonio brown becomes a free agent bring some with another team one ranger straight from. and there was not a lot of interest in him around the league. was willing to trade arguably the most productive wide receiver all football for a third and fifth round draft pick wild eating. twenty one million dollars against their own salary cap it was important enough for Pittsburgh to have twenty one million dollars out again they're back this year their trade. it's not a sign that something was wrong basically Jon Gruden wanted playmakers and they thought that they were getting a bargain on Antonio brown first third and fifth round pick and everybody always thinks that they're going to be the one that controlled the guy but I think that we see in his conduct because more more outrageous overtime and more more unique and more more. how how do you say this quite yet. that is ESPN's Adam Schefter we did mention emails to Jeff Darlington. watch and hit me up on the you know we gotta talk here we don't talk more all this leads that you wish you were editorial brown told me all season. you didn't feel like he will need to play football if it was not by anybody's rules but his own and he is once again made it very evident that that stands to be the case the question now becomes does he still wants to play football because I know that we're all talking about another team potentially signing in but at some point Antonio brown also has to say I want to play football and you talk to him back in February right and you can he emailed you this morning and you had conversations with them did you get any sense of something like this would happen with them. no I mean yes in the link with the one thing I walked away from a sprint like sixteen hours with them not didn't fall season and the one thing I walked away was Antonio is taking a much more NBA centric approach that square. feels like he is the star it is not the team that is going to own him and then obviously the NFL doesn't operate that way we know that based on the fact they don't have to get you money right now put put in it that's what I walked away with is that he's only going to do that she's only going to play football picks by his full and that to me is once again the biggest question. that is Jeff Darlington Louis Riddick ESPN NFL front office insider like the raiders Lewis just had enough what every team has a breaking point okay and I know there seems to be seen to be a lot of sentiment out there you know as far as Jon Gruden in particular being someone was being homeless and there would be kind of salt prison terms of his desire to want to make this work what the coaches. when they when they sponsor a guy like this. when they invest in a garlicky about the name Tony brown like all you would be even better than other people and even the second third and fourth chances he had been diligent in making it work and he tried everything obviously to make it work and obviously this read the breaking point and what this is quite honestly. one of the most probably one of the most selfish acts from an individual player that I've ever seen in current pro football and I've been involved in pro football since nineteen ninety one of the player and I see all kinds of good players come and go and talk to all kinds of toward the great French play this legal long time and I every guy what pop group that they never ever seen this kind of situation ever your booking characters who come to this league now there's been some characters in people who was almost selfish people who you know will bring great place. and this is when it's absolutely disconnected how how this ultimately played out given everything the raiders tried to do in order to bring this with young men into the fold. and basically turn over the key for friend ties to the bay they did everything they possibly could to make him the focal point we're ready to go ahead and unveiled in one Monday night and they come through this because why. why did you want to wear your own helmet because you want to do your own thing March to your own beat so when you want to show up post op on Instagram social media all the time in error out what historically in which additionally is called keeping things in house and you want to put it all out there on blast for the whole world to see and for what. what because you want to be an individual you will be your own brand I mean it's just it's one of the most asinine thing I've seen probably in my time in pro sports and I really do feel bad for the rate the rate is going to take a take a hit when that the rate is going to be what that'll let his typical writer that's what they do they bring in now content they don't have any organizational structure they don't have any plot to be they have no modus operandi as far as how others will do it how you really run organization and a bunch of B. S. I tried to make is working is likely fifty two guys on that team right now you also should feel bad for conservative if you guys were trying to do it the right way who trying to gear up to try and pull the raiders out of the doldrums to make them relevant again. and now they have to now bear the brunt of the stoppage act one individual another football team looks totally different the coaches can you imagine what the codes are trying to do right now supports ground game plan the Denver Broncos defense right now all of the big bad yeah maybe one in the NFL would be good. all the all the way that this is all the chemical that this thing has as far as all the lives that in the back and it's just mind blowing in as we sit here waiting for the car to go head over to read our facility and I'm spelling. I can I I could tell how they were trying their rear end off to make this work that's Louis Riddick ESPN NFL front office insider in that straight talk straight talk wireless everything.

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"one two five million dollars" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"one two five million dollars" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Good. god is the greatest that is an ecstatic Antonio brown with his reaction to being released by the raiders it's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless ESPN's Adam Schefter on SportsCenter with Jay Harris on the raiders parting ways with the guy who could have been their number one receiver for quarterback Derek Carr O. J. the saga that never ends has reached something of an end at least for now in Oakland with the raiders officially roll leaking Antonio brown as you requested be done early this morning after the raiders finding over two hundred fifteen thousand dollars told them that he would not be entitled to any termination pay in a separate letter and basically voided his guarantees so I would imagine that there adult over the twenty nine point one two five million dollars that was remaining on his contract in guaranteed money raiders Antonio brown might not be done doing business yet as they hi go over that money that large sum of money and now Antonio brown becomes a free agent bring a song with another team when the Rangers trade for and there was not a lot of interest in him around the league. was willing to trade arguably the most productive wide receiver all football for a third and fifth round draft pick wild eating. twenty one million dollars against their own salary cap that was important enough for Pittsburgh you have twenty one million dollars out again they're at this year their trade. it's not a sign that something is wrong basically Jon Gruden wanted playmakers and they thought that they were getting a bargain on Antonio brown first third and fifth round pick and everybody always thinks that they're going to be the one that controlled the guy but I think that we see in his conduct because more more outrageous overtime and more more unique and more more. how do we say this quite yet. that is ESPN's Adam Schefter we did mention emails to Jeff Darlington. watch and hit me up on the you know we gotta talk here we go talk more this is obviously situation were editorial brown told me all season that you didn't feel like he will need to play football if it was not by anybody's rules but his own and he is once again made it very evident that that stands to be the case the question now becomes does he still wants to play football because I know that we're all talking about another team potentially signing in but at some point Antonio brown also has to say I want to play football if you talk to him back in February right any again he emailed you this morning and you had conversations with them did you get any sense of something like this would happen with them. no I mean yes in the link with the one thing a walk away from I spent like sixteen hours with them that day the fall season and the one thing I walked away was Antonio is taking a much more NBA centric approach that square. feels like he is the star it is not the team that is going to own him and then obviously the NFL doesn't operate that way we know that based on the fact they don't have to be guaranteed money right now but but in it das what I walked away with is that he's only going to do this he's only going to play football because by his full and that to me is once again the biggest question. that is Jeff Darlington Louis Riddick ESPN NFL front office insider like the raiders Lewis just had enough what every team has a breaking point okay and I know there seems to be the seem to be a lot of sentiment out there. as far as Jon Gruden in particular being someone was being Polish and it would be kind of self prison terms of his desire to want to make this work what the coaches do when they when they sponsor a garlic despondent only around when they invest in a garlicky invested in and Tony brown like all human beings invest in other people and given the second third and fourth chances. had a vested interest in making it work and he tried everything obviously to make it work and obviously this read the breaking point and what this is quite honestly. one of the most probably one of the most selfish acts from an individual player that I've ever seen in print pro football and I've been involved in pro football since nineteen ninety one of the player and I see all kinds of good players come and go and talk all climbed the players and a great friend to play in this league a long time and every guy what talk groups that they never ever seen this kind of situation ever your booking characters who come to this league now there's been some characters from people who was almost selfish people who you know will bring great place. and this is when it absolutely disconnected how how this ultimately played out given everything the raiders tried to do in order to bring this with young men into the old. and basically hung over the key for friend ties to the bay they did everything they possibly could to make him the focal point we're ready to go ahead and unveiled in one Monday night and then it comes to this because why. why did you want to wear your own helmet because you want to do your own thing March to your own beat so when you want to show our postponement Graham total media all the time in error out what historically in which additionally is called keeping things in house and you want to put it all out there on blast for the whole world to see and for what. well what because you want to be an individual you will be your own brand I mean it's just it's one of the most asinine things I've seen probably in my time in pro sports and I really do feel bad for the rate the rate is going to take a take a hit with that the rate is going to be looked at Alexis typical writer that's what they do they bring in now content they don't have any organizational structure they don't have any philosophy they have no modus operandi as far as how they're supposed to are you really run organization and a bunch of B. S. I tried to make this work and it's actually fifty two guys on that team right now you also should feel bad for conservatives you guys were trying to do it the right way will trying to gear up to try and pull the raiders out of the doldrums to make them relevant again. and now they have to now bear the brunt of the selfish act one individual another football team looks totally different the coaches can you imagine what the codes are trying to do right now sports Graham our game plan the Denver Broncos defense the right now in the big bad yeah maybe one of the NFL so we're very good to look at all the all the way that this is all the chemical that this thing has as far as all the lives that in the back and it's just it's mind blowing in as we sit here waiting for the car to go head over to read our facility and I'm spelling. I could I I could tell how they were trying their rear end off to make this work Louis Riddick ESPN NFL front office insider in that straight talk straight talk.

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"one two five million dollars" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"one two five million dollars" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Is the greatest that is an ecstatic Antonio brown with his reaction to being released by the raiders it's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless ESPN's Adam Schefter on SportsCenter with Jay Harris on the raiders parting ways with the guy who could have been their number one receiver for quarterback Derek Carr O. J. the saga that never ends has reached something of an end at least for now in Oakland with the raiders officially releasing Antonio brown as you requested be done early this morning after Rangers find him over two hundred fifteen thousand dollars told them that he would not be entitled to any termination pay in a separate letter and basically voided your guarantees so I would imagine that there I don't over the twenty nine point one two five million dollars that was remaining on his contract in guaranteed money raiders Antonio brown might not be done doing business yet as they hi go over that money that large sum of money and now Antonio brown becomes a free agent free to sign with another team when the Rangers trade for and there was not a lot of interest in him around the league. was going to trade arguably the most productive wide receiver all football for a third and fifth round draft pick wild eating. twenty one million dollars against their own salary cap that was important enough for Pittsburgh you have twenty one million dollars out again they're at this year their trade. it's not a sign that something was wrong basically Jon Gruden wanted playmakers and they thought that they were getting a bargain on Antonio brown first third and fifth round pick and everybody always thinks that they're going to be the one that controlled the guy but I think that we see in his conduct be come more more outrageous overtime and more more unique. and more more. how how do we say this quite yet. that is ESPN's Adam Schefter we did mention emails to Jeff Darlington. watch and hit me up on the you know we gotta talk here we go talk more all this leads that you wish you were Antonio brown told me the fall season that you didn't feel like he will needed to play football if it was not by anybody's rules but his own and he is once again made it very evident that that stands to be the case the question now becomes does he still wants to play football because I know that we're all talking about another team potentially signing in but at some point Antonio brown also has to say I want to play football if you talk to him back in February right any again he he emailed you this morning and you had conversations with them did you get any sense of something like this would happen with them. you know what I mean yes in the link with the one thing a walk away from I I spent like sixteen hours within that day the fall season and the one thing I walked away was Antonio is taking a much more NBA centric approach that square. feels like he is the star it is not the team that is going to own him and then obviously the NFL doesn't operate that way we know that based on the fact they don't have to get you money right now but but in it that's what I walked away with is that he's only going to do this he's only going to play football because by his full and that to me is once again the biggest question. that is Jeff Darlington Louis Riddick ESPN NFL front office insider like the raiders Lewis just had enough what every team has a breaking point okay and I know there seems to be the seem to be a lot of sentiment out there. as far as Jon Gruden in particular being someone was being Polish and it would be kind of softness in terms of his desire to want to make this work what the coaches do when they when they sponsor a garlic the monster dancing around when they invest in a garlicky invested in Antonio brown like all human beings then but then other people and even the second third and fourth chances. had a vested interest in making it work and he tried everything obviously to make it work and obviously this read the breaking point and what this is quite honestly. one of the most probably one of the most selfish acts from an individual player that I've ever seen in print pro football and I've been involved in pro football since nineteen ninety one of the player then I see all kinds of good players come and go and talk to all kinds of players and a great friend to play in this league a long time and every guy what talk groups that they never ever seen this kind of situation ever your booking characters who come to this league now there's been some characters from people who was almost selfish people who you know will be a great place. and this is when it's absolutely just ridiculous how how this ultimately played out given everything the raiders tried to do in order to bring this with young men into the old. and basically hung over the key for friend ties to the bay they did everything they possibly could to make him the focal point we're ready to go ahead and unveiled in on Monday night and then it comes to this because why. why did you want to wear your own helmet because you want to be your own thing works to your own beat so when you want to show our postponement Graham total media all the time in error out what historically in which additionally is called keeping things in house and you want to put it all out there on blast for the whole world to see and for what. what because you want to be an individual you will be your own brand I mean it's just it's one of the most asinine thing I've seen probably in my time in pro sports and I really do feel bad for the raiders the writers are going to take a take a hit with that rate is going to be looked at let's is typical writer that's what they do they bring in malcontent they don't have any organizational structure they don't have any philosophy they have no modus operandi as far as how they're supposed to are you really run organization and a bunch of B. S. I tried to make is working is likely fifty two guys on that team right now you also should feel bad for conservatives you guys were trying to do it the right way will trying to gear up to try and pull the raiders out of the doldrums to make them relevant again. and now they have to now bear the brunt of the selfish act one individual another football team looks totally different the coaches can you imagine what the coaches are trying to do right now sports Graham our game plan if the devil Bronco defense the right now in the big bad yeah you can be one of the NFL so when they go to the. all the all the way that this is all the chemicals that this thing has as far as all the lives that in the back and it's just it's mind blowing in as we sit here waiting for the car to go head over to read our facility and I'm spelling. I could I I could tell how they were trying their rear end off to make this work Louis Riddick ESPN NFL front office insider in that straight talk straight.

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"one two five million dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"one two five million dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Hello. good. that is an ecstatic Antonio brown with his reaction to being released by the raiders it's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless ESPN's Adam Schefter on SportsCenter which Jay Harris on the raiders parting ways with the guy who could have been their number one receiver for quarterback Derek Carr O. J. the saga that never ends has reached something of an end at least for now in open with the raiders officially releasing Antonio brown as you requested be done early this morning after three responding over two hundred fifteen thousand dollars told them that he would not be entitled to any termination pay in a separate letter and basically voided his guaranteed so I would imagine that there's an adult over the twenty nine point one two five million dollars that was remaining on his contract in guaranteed money raiders Antonio brown might not be done doing business yet as they hi go over that money that large sum of money and now Antonio brown becomes a free agent bring a song with another team when the Rangers trade for and there was not a lot of interest in him around the league. was going to trade arguably the most productive wide receiver all football for a third and fifth round draft pick wild eating. twenty one million dollars against their own salary cap that was important enough for Pittsburgh you have twenty one million dollars out again their act this year search for you. it's not a sign that something was wrong because we Jon Gruden wanted playmakers and they thought that they were getting a bargain on Antonio brown first third and fifth round pick and everybody always thinks that they're going to be the one that controlled the guy but I think every scene is Conder P. come more more outrageous overtime and more more unique. and more more. how how do we say this quite yet. ESPN's Adam Schefter we did mention emails to Jeff Darlington. watch and hit me up on the you know we gotta talk here we go talk more obviously situation were editorial brown told me the fall season that you didn't feel like he will needed to play football if it was not by anybody's rules but his own and he is once again made it very evident that that seems to be the case the question now becomes does he still wants to play football because I know that we're all talking about another team potentially signing him but at some point Antonio brown also has to say I want to play football if you talk to him back in February right and you can he emailed you this morning and you had conversations with them did you get any sense of something like this would happen with them. no I mean yes in the link with the one thing a walk away from I spent like sixteen hours within that day the fall season and the one thing I walked away was Antonio is taking a much more NBA centric approach that square. feels like he is the star it is not the team that is going to own him and then obviously the NFL doesn't operate that way we know that based on the fact they don't have to be guaranteed money right now but but in it that's what I walked away with is that he's only going to do this he's only going to play football kits by his full and that to me is once again the biggest question. that is Jeff Darlington Louis Riddick ESPN NFL front office insider like the raiders Lewis just had enough what every team has a breaking point okay and I know there seems to be the seem to be a lot of sense that out there. as far as Jon Gruden particular day someone was being foolish and it would be kind of softness in terms of his desire to want to make this work what the coaches do when they when they sponsor of. and when they invest in a garlicky invested in and Tony brown like all human beings and then other people and even the second third and fourth chances. an interest in making it work and he tried everything obviously make it work and obviously this read the breaking point and what this is quite honestly. one of the most probably one of the most selfish acts from an individual player that I've ever seen in print pro football and I and I've been involved in pro football since nineteen ninety one of the player then I see all kinds of good players come and go and talk to all kinds of players and a great friend to play in this league a long time and every guy what that they never ever seen this kind of situation ever looking characters who come to this league now there's been some characters in people who was almost selfish people who you know will be a great place. and then if that's truly disconnected how how this ultimately played out given everything the raiders tried to do in order to bring this with young men into the fold. and basically turn over the key for friend ties to the bay they did everything they possibly could to make him the focal point we're ready to go ahead and unveiled in on Monday night and then come through this because why. why did you want to wear your own helmet because you want to do your own thing March to your own beat so when you want to show our postponement Graham total media all the time in error out what historically in which additionally is called keeping things in house you want to put it all out there on blast for the whole world to see and for what. what because you want to be an individual you will be your own brand I mean it's just it's one of the most asinine things I've seen probably in my time in pro sports I really do feel bad for the rate the rate is going to take a big hit with that the rate is going to be looked at Alexis typical writer that's what they do they bring in now content they don't have any organizational structure they don't have any philosophy they have no modus operandi as far as how others with the are you really want more invasive I have a bunch of B. as they tried to make is working is actually fifty two guys on that team right now you also should feel bad for because there were fifty two guys were trying to do it the right way who trying to gear up to try and pull the raiders out of the doldrums make been relevant again. and now they have to now bear the brunt of the selfish act one individual another football team looks totally different the coaches can you imagine what the coaches are trying to do right now sports Graham we'll get our game plan the Denver Broncos defense right now all of the big bad yeah you can be one of the NFL so we're going to be. all the all the way that this is all the tentacle that this thing has as far as all the lives that is. and it's just it's mind blowing in as we sit here waiting for the car to go head over to read our facility and I'm spelling. I can I I could tell how they were trying their rear ends off to make this work Louis Riddick ESPN NFL front office insider in that straight talk straight.

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"one two five million dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"one two five million dollars" Discussed on AP News

"He thought that he could own me, but he was wrong. I was smarter. I'm Ed Donahue, the governor of Arkansas declared a state of emergency to help with evacuations along the Arkansas river in areas like Fort Smith. That rivers expected to be twenty feet above flood stage on Sunday. The director of national intelligence says the nation's spy agencies will provide the Justice department with all the information being sought for its review of activities related to the start of the Russia probe. This is AP radio news. The American Civil Liberties union in Alabama's filed suit to block the state strict new abortion ban that does not allow for exceptions, Randall marshal says it was deliberately written to force the issue back in front of the US supreme courts. Answers. Constitutional, the governor admitted that it was unconstitutional. Their sole hope is to get back to the US supreme court on the hope that the change in its makeup will undo the last of forty plus years of established precedent. A similar Bill was signed today by Missouri's governor, but Mississippi federal judge has blocked that states abortion ban. There's a new medicine approved to treat a rare disease in babies, but are Mike grass here reports it is cost prohibitive jen's is priced at two point one two five million dollars sold by the Swiss drugmaker Novartis Genzyme is a one time therapy that treats spinal muscular atrophy..

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"one two five million dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"one two five million dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"South Carolina technology company and its leader are accused of fraudulently obtaining, numerical internet addresses worth a total of up to fourteen point four million dollars opposing Currier reports. Mike phone CEO six old. I'm here goal son were indicted in federal court on charges of wire fraud. A US department of Justice released says Goldstein and Mike Foale create a channel partners which claimed to consist of several businesses. It says the two then created thick executives and websites to get the American registry for internet numbers to release the rights to about seven hundred and fifty eight thousand addresses, the indictment says goals, and so two batches of one hundred and thirty thousand addresses in two thousand seventeen in two thousand eighteen for a total of one point eight five million dollars. Jeremy house reporting pay for CEO's at the biggest companies climbed seven percent last year widening the chasm between the top executives in their workers. More townhall dot com. You think some of your prescriptions are high the most expensive medicine ever has won approval from the us food and Drug administration? Zoll gentleman is priced at two point one two five million dollars sold by the Swiss drugmaker Vardis, they'll jen's a one time therapy that treats at inherited condition called spinal muscular atrophy, or the rare disorder destroys babies, muscle control, and kills nearly all patients with the most common type of the disease within a couple of years. The Varta says it will let insurers make payments over five years, and we'll give partial rebates if the treatment doesn't work. I'm Mike Rossier? Although bites of most snakes are not poisonous worldwide some three million people are bitten by poisonous snakes every year in about one hundred thousand of those are fatal, the World Health Organization is starting to fund to collect and distribute more anti-venom in developing countries. More on these stories at townhall dot com. I'm Rhonda rockstar. Mike Gallagher once the.

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"one two five million dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"one two five million dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Are sick, get out, your checkbook, the most expensive medicine ever has won approval from the US food and Drug administration. Zoll gentleman is priced at two point one two five million dollars sold by the Swiss drugmaker Novartis. So again is a one time therapy that treats an inherited condition called spinal muscular atrophy, or the rare disorder destroys a baby's muscle control and kills nearly all patients with the most common type of the disease within a couple of years. The artist says it will let as make payments over five years, and we'll give partial rebates if the treatment doesn't work. I'm Mike Rossier? Although bites of most snakes are not, poisonous worldwide. Three million people are bitten by poisonous snakes each year. About one hundred thousand of those die, the World Health Organization starting a fund to collect and distribute more anti-venom in developing countries. More on these stories at townhall dot com. I'm Rhonda stra. Was filmed? Sometimes you eat the bar. Sometimes the bar while. Ju. Kind of eastern thing. Or from following has been rated PC for politically, correct. Attention dismay. Learn. Say merry Helder. Larry elder here, the say from south central, the prince of PICO union, Dr common sense, the great elderski don't Renzo, welcome to the program. Don't think the crap about because we've got to cut let's get her teed. Triple eight nine seven one. S A, G E. Triple eight.

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"one two five million dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"one two five million dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Feel conservative block along over nine hundred billion dollar disaster aid Bill yesterday, complaining, it left out money needed to address the migrant crisis at the border. It's a Bill. That includes nothing to address, the clear, national emergency humanitarian crisis. We face at our southern border congressman chip, ROY says he objects to the disaster relief Bill the way. It's currently written, the move came a day after the measure, flew through the Senate, despite a democratic power move to strip out President Trump's four point five billion dollar request for dealing with the migrant crisis. US regulators have approved the most expensive medicine ever, according to correspondent migrants you the most expensive medicine ever has won approval from the US food and Drug administration. Zoll jen's is priced at two point one two five million dollars sold by the Swiss drugmaker Novartis, they'll Jasmine's a one time therapy that treats an inherited condition called spinal muscular atrophy, or the rare disorder destroys a baby's muscle control and kills nearly all patients with the most common type of the disease within a couple of years. Novartis says it will let insure as make payments over five years, and we'll give partial rebates if the treatment doesn't work, I Mike Rossier. Regulators made the move yesterday. Again, the most expensive medicine ever approved authorities say they raided hundreds of black market marijuana operations in Colorado, that flouted the Sates, cannabis law by growing tens of thousands of plants in Denver area homes. Most of the searches uncovered illegal large scale market, marijuana grow operations in most of those homes,.

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00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Novartis now has the most expensive drug ever after getting US approval

"US regulators have approved the most expensive medicine ever, according to correspondent migrants you the most expensive medicine ever has won approval from the US food and Drug administration. Zoll jen's is priced at two point one two five million dollars sold by the Swiss drugmaker Novartis, they'll Jasmine's a one time therapy that treats an inherited condition called spinal muscular atrophy, or the rare disorder destroys a baby's muscle control and kills nearly all patients with the most common type of the disease within a couple of years. Novartis says it will let insure as make payments over five years, and we'll give partial rebates if the treatment

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AP News

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"one two five million dollars" Discussed on AP News

"Of Clinton's close, and we're one of only three left in the whole state. And so, with this law passing, of course, we have patients that are calling in very scared you can legally smoke pot in Colorado, you can even have a few plants, but not a big growing operation. That's why the states federal prosecutor, Jason Dunn says nearly two hundred fifty homes were raided in the Denver areas of the searches uncovered illegal large-scale lack market marijuana. To grow operations in most of those homes, contain hundreds of marijuana plants with some over one thousand he says, more than eighty thousand plants in all were seized this is AP radio news. There's a new drug to treat a rare disorder that's often fatal for children. But the price tag is staggering food and Drug administration has approved the most expensive medicine ever. A treatment for a deadly rare disorder that destroys a baby's muscle control. The treatment sold by the Swiss drugmaker Devaras is called Zoll jen's. It's priced at two point one two five million dollars. The treatment a one time infusion targets defective gene, that dramatically weakens child's muscles, eventually, rendering, the patient, unable to swallow or breathe the condition called spinal muscular, atrophy, or SM strikes, about four hundred babies a year born in the United States. I'm Mike Rossier? A new study finds the pay for C E O's at the biggest US companies climbed seven percent last year. It widens the gap between chief executives and their workers whose pay did not rise at such a rapid pace..

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"one two five million dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"one two five million dollars" Discussed on AP News

"Close, and we're one of only three left in the whole state. And so, with this Lama passing, of course, we have patients that are calling in very scared you can legally smoke pot in Colorado, you can even have a few plants, but not a big growing operation. That's why the states federal prosecutor, Jason Dunn says nearly two hundred fifty homes were raided in the Denver areas of the searches uncovered illegal large-scale lack market marijuana. To grow opperations in most of those homes, contain hundreds of marijuana plants with some over one thousand he says, more than eighty thousand plants, and all were seized this is AP radio news. There's a new drug to treat a rare disorder that's often fatal for children. But the price tag is staggering food and Drug administration has approved the most expensive medicine ever. A treatment for a deadly rare disorder that destroys a baby's muscle control. The treatment sold by the Swiss drugmaker Devaras is called Zoll Genza. It's priced at two point one two five million dollars. The treatment a one time infusion targets the defective gene, that dramatically weakens, a child's muscles, eventually, rendering, the patient, unable to swallow or breathe the condition called spinal muscular, atrophy, or SM strikes, about four hundred babies a year born in the United States. I'm Mike Rossier? A new study finds the pay for C E O's at the biggest US companies climbed seven percent last year. It widens the gap between chief executives and their workers whose pay did not rise at such a rapid pace..

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"one two five million dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"one two five million dollars" Discussed on AP News

"And we're one of only three left in the whole state. And so with this law, passing oppose we have patients that are calling in very scared. You can legally smoke pot in Colorado, you can even have a few plants, but not a big growing operation. That's why the states federal prosecutor, Jason Dunn says nearly two hundred fifty homes were raided in the Denver areas of the searches uncovered illegal large-scale lack market marijuana. To grow operations in most of those homes, contain hundreds of marijuana plants with some over one thousand he says, more than eighty thousand plants, and all were seized this is AP radio news. There's a new drug to treat a rare disorder that's often fatal for children. But the price tag is staggering food and Drug administration has approved the most expensive medicine ever. A treatment for a deadly rare disorder that destroys a baby's muscle control. The treatment sold by the Swiss drugmaker Devaras is called Zoll Genza. It's priced at two point one two five million dollars the treatment to one time infusion. Targets defective gene, that dramatically weakens child's muscles, eventually, rendering, the patient, unable to swallow or breathe the condition called spinal muscular, atrophy, or SME strikes about four hundred babies a year born in the United States, I might cross you a new study finds the pay for C E O's at the biggest US companies climbed seven percent last year. It widens the gap between chief executives and their workers whose pay did not rise at such a rapid pace. I'm jacky. Quin. AP radio news..

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"one two five million dollars" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"one two five million dollars" Discussed on WWL

"A millionaire Brahma entrepreneur who knowing anything take anything. I just think I took responsibility for my situation pointing a finger. I didn't make no one bad throw. No stones that anyone. That's Antonio Brown. Courtesy of ESPN as he found a way to get out of the Pittsburgh deal and get new money fresh money three years, thirty point one two five million guaranteed. No, guaranteed money from the Steelers and the deal is worth up to fifty four point one two five million dollars anyone on ESPN, and he went on Instagram, and he went on LeBron show the shop in the barbershop talking about how he was underpaid. And he got paid he handled it he handled it the right way. I don't like it. But that's the way going forward. If you're upset your deal. I mean, he just to Ben Rothlisberger onto the boss again. I mean, how do you not work out with Antonio Brown in the off season? If you're Ben Rothlisberger. Are you guys all familiar that Eli manning and Payton when they played? Had their own quarterback camp down a Duke or in New Orleans, and they brought their teammates and paid for it. I know a little bit about this. They paid for their team mates March Sanchez had the jets camp out west in Los Angeles where he would pick up the tab and pay for the wide receivers to come out put him in a hotel room and they'd work out for a week. They didn't work out for a month. They just worked out for a week. They run routes. They went to the beach. They ran in the sand. They went out to dinner they bonded in the off season. How does Big Ben Rothlisberger who has two Super Bowls and clearly didn't play great in either one of the Super Bowl right to Seattle SuperBowl. He was terrible. And in the one against Arizona. He was okay wasn't great. Then Rothlisberger could have three or four Super Bowl titles. Why didn't he work out with Antonio Brown in the off season? Why didn't they bond better? Brown's a workaholic. He works out a lot harder than Big, Ben. How many years in a row big Ben's come into the league out of shape with a double chin needing? Wants to get back into shape. He's a great player. Tough to bring down in the pocket a warrior, but he doesn't commit to his body and his diet the way Antonio Brown does so more on the reason that those players couldn't get.

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Steelers agree to trade Antonio Brown to Oakland Raiders

SportsCenter AllNight

02:45 min | 1 year ago

Steelers agree to trade Antonio Brown to Oakland Raiders

"ESPN's Adam Schefter reporting that there is a verbal agreement between the Steelers and raiders with all pro receiver Antonio Brown heading to Oakland with Pittsburgh getting a third and fifth round pick and the NFL draft in return with more on the blockbuster, Adam Schefter. Pittsburgh Steelers have an agreement to trade Antonio Brown to the Oakland Raiders for served in fifth round picks and some people may say well third and fifth round. That's correct third and fifth round. The Pittsburgh Steelers wanted a first round pick. They will get back a third in a fifth round pick. And again, we've got a situation here. Where this is not like your trading a receiver with unparalleled production. And just allowing him to go where he wants to get back with you want. There were a lot of factors involved in this. There were teams that were talking to them. Are there teams that basically struggled to get kind of contract? Antonio Brown want any team that was trading for him was going to have to satisfy the Steelers and was gonna have to satisfy the wide receiver Antonio Brown and show. Antonio Brown gets a new contract from the Oakland Raiders, and he's gonna make a ton of money here. Whereas before he had no guaranteed money in his contract. That is no longer the case. Now, he is going to be getting all sorts of money. Basically he went from seventeen million dollars a year. A new deal nineteen point eight million dollars, which makes him the highest paid water Stephen leak. They basically guaranteed thirty point one two five million dollars in that contract over thirty million guaranteed. No money guaranteed on the contract. So in Tony runs a big winner here. Now the Pittsburgh Steelers a year ago. There foundation was the killer beach Ben Rothlisberger Lebanon belly Antonio Brown been out this burgers the last man standing Levy. I'm Bill you're going to be playing somewhere else you Antonio Brown is going to be playing in Oakland in Las Vegas. But there was a verbal agreement to trade him to Oakland. It's hard to imagine that this wouldn't wouldn't go through Antonio Brown will be a raider about that Adam Schefter on ESPN radio's game nitrates. Can't become official in two until the new NFL league year starts on Wednesday. And we'll have much more of those blockbuster deal of Antonio Brown. We'll hear from ESPN Steelers reporter Jeremy Fowler. Coming up in fifteen minutes. He had told you a Brown broke the news at his social media accounts Postiga photo of himself raiders colors with skull-and-crossbone emojis, a raider nation. Hashtag raiders redoing brands contract will now have a three year deal with Oakland worth fifty point one two five million

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Well, this is new: Price cuts on Bay Area homes are surging

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

05:54 min | 2 years ago

Well, this is new: Price cuts on Bay Area homes are surging

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Well, this is new price cuts on bay area homes are surging by Kathleen Pender. They're not exactly doorbuster deals, but bay area home sellers are cutting their asking prices at the highest rating years October is typically a big month for price reductions as sellers try to close deals before the market slows way down between thanksgiving and early February. But the number and percentage of homes with a price cut surge last month to their highest level for the month of October since at least twenty twelve in the bay area and twenty eleven statewide the jump in price cuts, which hit every bay area county is another side that after years of stratospheric increases prices are leveling off and buyers gaining a little more power in what had been a strong sellers market price cuts are a leading indicator because they're reflected immediately said Patrick Carlisle, the chief Mark. Analyst with a compass real estate brokerage although bay area home prices are still going up on a yearly basis home sales median prices and days on the market are considered lagging indicators because it can take a month or longer for deals to close in San Francisco. The number of homes with a price cut in October nearly doubled to two hundred thirty eight from one hundred twenty four last October, according to data from real tour dot com that's nothing compared to Santa Clara county where the number of price cuts rose to eight hundred eighteen last month more than six times last year's number Santa Clara county had been one of the nation's hottest markets this year and the bay area's price appreciation leader until September. Clearly, there's a market shift said rich Bennett, a zephyr agent in San Francisco, he just cut the price on an eighteen hundred thirty two square foot Victorian condo in popular Hayes valley by one hundred thousand dollars. He listed the. Page street home in mid October at just under one point seven million, which was realistic considering it has three bedrooms parking and a laundry porch and is quote, absolutely adorable. He said, but the buyers didn't come in October. We saw more inventory come on the market the economics of the bay area haven't really changed and it said, but if you don't have people beating down your door after two to three weeks, it's time to consider a price change. He has another listing right around the corner, a one bedroom single family home on lily street that he listed two weeks ago at one point one two five million dollars within a week. It had a preemptive author and the sale is now pending single family homes are still a hot commodity in San Francisco. Another condo just down page street from his listing. Also had a one hundred thousand dollar price cut it sold in February for about one point four million and went on the market again at one point. Three nine five million in early October. Now, it's listed at one point two nine five million below its last sales price. That's a good indication of how the market has shifted Bennett said even Palo Alto famous for its multi-million dollar tear downs is seeing price. Reductions Remax realtor. Karen, FANG said she listed a house near Stanford University on a one and a half acre lot with a ton of deferred maintenance for four point one million dollars in mid August since then the average rate on a thirty year fixed rate mortgage has risen from three point five percent who almost four percent the cost of building materials, which the home would need has also gone up after reducing the price to three point five million the Palo Alto property closed October thirtieth for three point eighteen million. Nearly a million dollars less than the original price in San Mateo. Dennis Pantano of Pantano properties. Just sold a house on Texas. Way for one point six million dollars after four price cuts. He listed the nineteen hundred ninety square foot house for about one point seventy five million in mid June. But within ten days the number of listings in San Mateo around that price jumped to nine from two had he listed it in may, it would have had lots of offers. He said it's an illustration that not every house sales at full price or over buyers. Meanwhile, sometimes have to be convinced that a price reduction doesn't mean there's something wrong with the house said Paul kitchen, a compass agent in San Francisco, there are a couple of places that came on the market that were seemingly reasonably priced. He said, but buyers expect to pay ten to fifteen percent over asking we say, let's put in an offer at asking we have to convince them. There's nothing wrong with the property kitchen has a client who offered the asking price on a home that had a price reduction, and it was accepted even though there were contingencies. The buyer was somewhat surprised that they had time to do the diligence. We had encouraged he said oddly, Carlisle said he's seeing price increases on homes that haven't sold until recently egregious underpricing was very common strategy in San Francisco and other parts of the bay area. He said agents would price ten to twenty percent below with the seller would accept hoping to get five ten or twenty offers and drive the price way beyond reason. Now when a home doesn't sell within a few weeks, the agent may increase the price. So as not to put sellers in the uncomfortable, but not illegal position of having to reject a full price offer that was lower than what they would accept.

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"one two five million dollars" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"one two five million dollars" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Bumped today from the senate judiciary committee this is two thousand pages give or take and i have not read it i confess i've not read it i'm relying i had a lot to do today it's been a very busy day but there are all kinds of summaries out there so why don't we start with that but i just i wanted just alert you to that's what we're talking about here so that we don't dive into the weeds you know right off the bat and and and everybody gets lost in detail the united states senate judiciary committee today did a document release of lots and lots and lots of interviews of people they interviewed about that trump tower meeting and related things with regard to russia gate but the trump tower meeting of june nine twenty sixteen where and i trust you remember this one this one where don jr said if it's what i think it is i love it that meeting well the senate judiciary committee has done an investigation they've taken statements not under oath by the way not testimony under oath but they've done interviews interviews where they've asked a variety of questions and that is what we're talking about and that's what the news is all a buzz about today is the document dump from the senate however there's a second big story speaking of document dumps donald trump under federal law is required to once a year file a financial disclosure form no it is not tax returns senators have to do it house members it's not just donald trump and there were ranges you may have heard this in the past you have to list like your net worth in a rain broad range five to ten million dollars one two five million dollars that kind of thing and you have to list of riot obligations again in ranges well this is a once a year financial disclosure supreme court justices have to do it in any event donald trump today did a financial disclosure in.

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"one two five million dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"one two five million dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And if the local pd did or cooperated with ice for example got more points and it was more apt to either get the grant or get more money in the grant and la lapd is fairly religious allowed applying for that money and in fact in two thousand sixteen the lapd was awarded three point one two five million dollars has received as much as almost seventeen million dollars in previous years and it's all about the community safety partnership program sports teams mentoring programs and to give you an idea of the stats according to the police that's lapd violent crime dropped by more than fifty percent arrests were cut in half during the programs first three years in three watts housing developments and those are the projects we're talking about police also credit this program for three years stretch without one homicide in jordan downs one of the projects that are the most dangerous were these to have homicides all the time so this seems to work so to get extra points therefore to receive either money or more money police departments had to be willing to alert ice fortyeight hours before releasing inmates who agents had targeted for deportation and we're required to give ice agents access to the jail facilities basically an office or at least the place where they could interview inmates review records etc well la refused to abide lapd the lapd said no and we're not awarded any funds while eighty percent of the departments around california did receive money if they cooperated with ice so they're in a lawsuit was filed mike fewer and he's a city attorney and he argued you can't do that first of all it's the separation issue local pd cannot be forced to work with ice ice is federal policing lapd is local policing and never the twain show me by law and of course the justice department fought like crazy and judge manny rail us district judge and we just talked about him because way knows a whole lot about this judge having worked with him forever manorial is ninety four years old and still works a full case load won't even take senior status which is kind of fascinating and.

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"one two five million dollars" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"one two five million dollars" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Everybody had yoga studio as great as great ambeno in two thousand nine there really weren't a lot of of rules rules making started happening in two thousand ten two thousand eleven two thousand twelve of course now there are tremendous amount of things that you've got a jump through so lots of money one two five million dollars probably to get into a dispensary on here in denver there's a moratorium so if you wanted to spencer you have to buy one you've got to go through a background check they check everything from your student loans to your child support all of your taxes all that has to be cleared up you have to be of good moral character yeah it's it's it's quite the runaround back when he started doing this this was sort of opens a new thing now you have lots of people talking about the cannibis industry you publicly traded companies you have people all over silicon valley talking about venture capital investments into cannabis related companies there are not very many africanamericans in this space despite the disproportionate impact on the african american community the you were talking about earlier i mean how concerned or you about the way the the trajectory of the cannibus industry in what things can we do deserve course correct as were just started you know i mean that's we talk about all the time right so everybody is getting into this and even here in colorado here's the amazing thing if you have a drug felon jug danica a cannabis possession you can't own cannabis business for ten years from the discharge of your felony now if you're a rapist or a murderer you can do it within five years and so yeah they'll figure so basically when we look at.

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"one two five million dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"one two five million dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The desire to justify it the feeling that they have to justify it that it's really not okay to be rich except in these particular ways particularly in a society where we have so much inequality that has now become so publicly visible did anyone that you spoke to mention the financial crisis the global credit crunch as as being a turning point yes at some of them talked about that as making them more aware of money a few of them very few about some talked about kind of cutting back on their expenses as a result of the great recession i think more out of a sort of symbolic desiring night general feeling of constraints i will say i think these people some of them especially people who are in families supported by jobs and finance you know where they do often many of the people that i interviewed had inc comes of one two five million dollars a year at were higher than that but they still feel except for the most extremely wealthy once they do still feel at risk we can imagine of course they shouldn't feel like they have any financial insecurity but they live in a society like the rest of us in the us where the state is not going to take care of them were responsible for our own healthcare are essentially our on retirements our own child care more or less arm and education given the failures of public education particularly in new york city so there's a way in which they see themselves as insecure they they have a kind of like the rest of us who he has break right right like the rest of us but there's a way in which feeling insecure actually helps them not feel over privilege.

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"one two five million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"one two five million dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"They have to justify it that it's really not okay to be rich except in these particular ways particularly in a society where we have so much inequality that has now become so publicly visible did anyone the east vote to mention the financial crisis the global credit crunch as as being a turning point yes at some of them talked about that as making them more aware of money a few of them very few about some talked about kind of cutting back on their expenses as a result of the great recession i think more out of a sort of symbolic desiring night general feeling of constraints i will say i think these people some of them especially people who are in families supported by jobs and finance where they do often many of the people that i interviewed had incomes of one two five million dollars a year at were higher than that but they still feel except for the most extremely wealthy once they do still feel at risk you can imagine that of course they shouldn't feel like bay at any financial insecurity but they live in a society like the rest of us in the us where the state is not going to take care of them know were responsible for our own healthcare are essentially our on retirement our own child care more or less our own education given the failures of public education particularly in new york city so there's a way in which it they see themselves as insecure they they have a kind of like the rest of us who he has more right right right like the rest of us up there's a way in which feeling insecure actually helps them not feel over privilege.

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