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"over $250,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"over $250,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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Banking Crisis: The Tip of a Financial Iceberg With E.J. Antoni
"Senator Langford made a great point. We don't have the tape here, but basically said to Janet Yellen, we're not going to, he says, they're worried that the federal government is encouraging behavior by basically people are now going to remove their deposits from regional banks because they don't see the same sort of federal government backing automatically of every regional bank. Is that a fair concern? Absolutely. A hundred percent. I really think that spot on. Again, if you're somebody who's got less than $250,000 threshold, then your deposits are guaranteed everywhere anyway, so it's irrelevant. But if you're a business, if you have a large cash balance, which a lot of these regional banks, that's how they sustain themselves on those small business accounts, then you're getting the rug pulled out from under you. Both as a depositor. And as a regional bank, and so this, this could get out of control wildly and I suppose one of the questions people have then is where should I keep my money? And I guess there's no really good answer to that. I mean you can feel free to offer investment advice if you want or but what are the principles what is economics teach us of where your dollar bills should land in a time like this? Sure. Well, so I have to say counsel always tells me they always yell at me like, yeah, I can't give investment advice. So we're not going to do that. But what I will say is, if you have, again, under two 50, which is 90 something percent of depositors, you'll find there's no worry. It doesn't matter where your money is. If you're over that amount, you have a couple of options. You can literally just split up your deposits among different banks. As long as you're under that two 50 threshold at any one particular institution, you're fine. So you can have two 50 in Wells Fargo two 50 and JPMorgan, for example, and a 100% of your deposits are covered. There are also different services you can buy where these different financial firms will do that for you where they will split up your deposits. But most people don't fall into that category. So I wouldn't worry about it from that standpoint.
FDIC recommends overhauling US insurance deposit system
"The federal deposit insurance corporation is recommending an overhaul of the U.S. insurance deposit system. I Norman hall. The FDIC says there should be a rethinking of its decades old policy of ensuring up to $250,000 in bank deposits. Instead, an overhaul would allow regulators to cover higher amounts on a targeted basis. The proposed change appears to open Lake knowledge that the FDIC is looking for ways to calm both depositors and markets as the organization contends with the third U.S. bank failure this year. First republic bank became the second largest failure in history money when regulators seized it and JPMorgan Chase stepped up as a buyer. Norman hall, Washington
Republican Speaker Passes Bill, Debt Limit Now on Democrats
"So on that speaker last night, the speaker of McCarthy got the bill through the house. Does that mean the debt limit is in the Democrats court? President Biden Chuck Schumer, we have done our job meaning Republicans have done our job. Is that how you view it, senator Cassidy? I knew it that way. My gosh, the president kept saying, show me your plan. Now he's not saying show me your plan, he's saying, just give me a clean deal. Now, by the way, this is while Biden continues to push out more debt. One example here, every month that he has appalled in student loan repayment. Which benefits some families earning $250,000 a year, no problem paying back their debt. Adds another 5 billion to our indefinites. He's making the problem actively worse, but he says just clean debt to me. I think he's actually more interested in running for reelection than he is in showing leadership. And that's a bad place for a president to be.
"over $250,000" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
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"over $250,000" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Is brought to you by LinkedIn. How concerned should people be about the money we have in the bank? The reassuring answer is that most people really don't have that much to be concerned about. Most of us don't have over $250,000 with a single bank. Any deposits we have are covered by the federal deposit insurance corporation, the FDIC, each account is covered up to 250,000, so say I have a savings account that's 250 K, that's covered. My husband has one. That's covered up to 250 K if we have a joint account. That's another $500,000 in coverage. So as long as you don't have more than $250,000 in an individual account or 500,000 in a joint account, which, as you say, most people don't, you're pretty much covered. LinkedIn jobs helps you find the qualified candidates you want to talk to faster. For in depth analysis on the day's biggest story, subscribe to the Bloomberg big take podcast on
Reparations May Be Given to Blacks in California
"During his now infamous trial, January 6th defendant, Jacob chansley, AKA the Q shaman, faced some very hefty sentences. These included a 5 year prison sentence and a fine of up to $250,000. In law, such fines are levied as a form of restitution in order to compensate for costs such as damaged property, medical bills, resulting from personal injury, or even to pay an opponent's legal fees. The concept of reparations is that it is a form of punishment that can also help to repair the damage that was done by the accused. It's important to note, the government can not find you with reparations out of the blue. You have to be guilty of a crime. It's good the Chancellor wasn't ultimately hit with the full amount as a quarter of a million dollars for most people can't be raised easily. People work their entire lives and still can't save that much money. It's such a large amount that even someone as gullible as judge Lambert, a man who genuinely believed the Q shaman was somehow the breath from destroying America's democracy forever. Thought the penalty was overkill. Lately, there's been another shaman in the news, only this shaman has two ends, shaman Walton is a member of the San Francisco board of supervisors. A body which voted unanimously last Wednesday to approve a plan to give $5 million to every eligible black resident as part of the city's plan to make reparations for slavery. The plan was a way to go before final approval, like every other member of the board, shaman Walton wants to see it through. He says, quote, we have to stay focused and stay together as a community, he says. Because now it is a 100% more prevalent that we can not be separated or divided. Let's stay the course. Because a $5 million payday for me is almost here. It might be pertinent to point out that shaman Walton himself is black. And something also tells me he will be included among those deemed eligible for the payout.
Janet Yellen Vows to Safeguard Deposits at Smaller U.S. Banks
"We're gonna get you up to speed on all that's going on in the world of crypto. Finance, and more, including some comments from the treasury secretary. Is that right? The Janet Yellen say something will. What's going on? That's right. We got a nice Bloomberg scoop to start off the day. Talk about how the FDIC is actually looking to move beyond the $250,000 ensure level for all deposits at most banks. They're looking to basically enact some pretty extreme measures in the wake of both SVB and signature bank being taken over by FDIC and also silver gate voluntarily winding down operations. There's a lot of contagion in the banking sector and they want us to have any more of that from occurring. So we're looking to ease the fears of depositors by increasing the insurance levels to what seemingly are extreme amounts. I don't know, Wendy, your take on it, it seems like this is like a pretty wild step. But it might be necessary given that there's a lot of fear out there in the banking sector. So this was this story was in regards to them using an old law from the 1930s, right? Well? Okay. So with that being said, I don't like all of these random laws that we have in our government. But at the same time, if this is going to help protect retail, if this is going to help protect taxpayers, because taxpayers are going to suffer the burden anyways. No matter what happens, if the banks get bailed out, taxpayers are going to be banks don't get bailed out. Taxpayers are going to get hurt anyway. So I guess I'm kind of okay with them using this law to help the underdogs. But at the same time, it makes me a little bit worrisome because we see them using some of these old laws and these old caveats to kind of destroy crypto and halt the growth in our industry. So I'm a little bit on the fence about it, but at the same time I do want to see retail win and I do want to see people get their money back
The Economy Is on Very Fragile Footing
"There's several topics here, but I do want to talk about the Silicon Valley bank thing because I think it is an example of some of the deeper economic fissures that we're going to experience living above the means, but the federal government comes in and they ensure deposits up to any amount, basically eradicate in the FDIC minimum. That sets a precedent where again, I'm somewhat conflicted because they almost had to do that. To preserve the fractional banking preserve system. But if there's not going to be a cost for bad decisions or they're not going to follow the $250,000 guideline, then there is no limit. How much more can we take if the federal government is coming in and pumping an artificial money into the economy? We're in really fragile footing. Yeah, yeah. And they only before they went and did this, which was unprecedented. There's only a 120 or a $130 billion set aside for this kind of business. So anything like Credit Suisse or any of these other banks going would well exceed that number. So I think they did something that's unprecedented. And then if other banks even smaller banks want a business, are they obligated to come in and protect? That's the question I don't really understand. And how they could do this. And the thing is, yes, I guess you could say they had to do it. But my argument will be that if this bank was really strong, like everybody said it was actually a very strong bank. They just had a few errors. It should have been cleared up within the next few days. I think they just basically sent a message. They didn't want banks all across the country to have these bank runs. So I guess as an administration, you decide to do that. But to say that there's no cost is misleading, because basically we're using money that we could put into somewhere else to bail out an asset or a bank that is not doing well.
Sen. Bill Hagerty: A Failure Like SVB Would Not Happen in Tennessee
"Senator, that again, we're dealing with startups and the problem was 90% of the companies that had business at the bank were well over the $250,000 Mark, but many of these startups, it usually takes months if you're going to a main line bank to get the approval process and it was just taken about a week or so at SVB, so no wonder they were in such disarray. Yeah, SAB has a very different business model than most traditional banks. I mean, I've served on bank boards in Tennessee, we take a very conservative approach to banking in Tennessee, as you might imagine, this type of situation would not have occurred. I don't believe with any bank in Tennessee. But when you get to the core of what happened here, the management team should have been managing their investment portfolio. What happened was they were taking in a tremendous amount of deposits. They went from a $70 billion bank in 2019 to 211 billion in 2022. They weren't in a position to prudently lend that money out. So what they started doing is buying safe securities, meaning they're buying treasuries, mortgage backed securities that are backed by the government. But to get a higher yield on those, they were going further and further out in terms of the duration of those securities. And so when interest rates start rising dramatically as they did when the fed steps in to try to fight back this inflation that Joe Biden has created, they find those securities underwater because the security that's paying 1.5%, which is a lot of that was in their portfolio. Now that rates are up at 4.5%, you're going to get somebody to buy that security from you today. You're going to have to make up that difference by discounting the value of that security, meaning it may be worth 90 cents to the dollar 80 cents in the dollar 70 cents in the dollar. That's the size of discount. You'd have to get in this environment to want to take that 1.5% paper over the option to make four and a half percent if you just bought short term paper today. So that
Joe Biden Tells Republicans 'How to Save Money'
"I want you to listen to this first clip of Joe Biden as he does as Marx's class warfare He's now accusing the Republicans wanting to defund the police The guy is such a pathological liar It's just incredible to me but that probably explains why he is the leading Democrat in America Cut one go My Republican friends say what are you going to cut taxes for the wealthy I said no I got a better way of saving money Not a joke If in fact you limit the amount of money that can be charged to reasonable prices by the drug companies Not a joke All right that's enough In it I'm thinking How fast did Biden bail out His friends at this bank the silicon valley bank how fast did he do that mister producer in minutes Many of the millionaires and billionaires Took the limit off the cap of $250,000 for depositors Has exposed the entire nation To a policy that would be utterly disastrous how fast did he move This is a Democrat bank and I'm going to prove that in a minute
USDC Depegged? Close Call
"So Silicon Valley bank collapsed. So over the last week, a lot of things happen in secession. First, last week we were reported on silvergate starting to have some challenges. It ultimately collapsed when under. Shortly after you had this bank now go under, which was very unfortunate. Silicon Valley bank, which is host a lot of regular web two VCs. So of the amount of money that it had in its reserves, only about 3% are FDIC insured, which means that the $250,000 that the federal government ensures up to depositors, only 3% of those people were covered. So 97% had more than that amount in there, which was a huge news and kind of sent not only the traditional markets in a freefall, but also was a huge risk for USD C as it got depict because it came out that SVB is had a certain amount of USD C had a certain amount of their money in SVB. Roughly three $1 billion. So that caused USD C to the peg. And as soon as that started to happen, you saw the entire crypto market kind of going to freefall down. Over the last week. Now, as that happened over the weekend institutions like coinbase stopped all of USD C trading until Monday and what the FDIC happened, they came in and they restructured over the weekend and basically stopped the freefall that was happening about the traditional markets. And the crypto markets and got USD C in a stable place to where they no longer have that for $3 billion loss on books. They are now covered. And what you saw in response to that was an absolute short squeeze happened in the market.
Trish and KeyCity Capital's Tie Lasseter Discuss the Economy
"Moving at a very, very rapid pace right now. But bottom line, the feds are saying, okay, you know what? We're going to guarantee deposits at any of these banks by opening this window, do you think that's the right move? Well, I think we absolutely needed it. The fed absolutely had to back in and ensure otherwise you're going to see a much larger problem with small business across the United States. We've got maximum $250,000 that the fed's going to ensure. I was talking to another business owner in Dallas where I am yesterday. And I mean, there are small business $5 million a year in revenue. So they're not going to, they're not going to lay that out across ten different banks and the deposits that they have in order to fit within the shared mandate. And it's too much red tape. Exactly. So they did what they had to do. But now everybody still freaking out. Even though the fed says, don't worry, you know, we're going to be here. We'll loan them whatever money. This fear factor, right? This is what's so dangerous in markets because once the fear factor starts, there are worries about contagion, are you concerned that we could see multiple bank failures in 2023? No doubt that there's going to be bigger problems. I don't know that we'll see multiple bank failures, but we're going to definitely see faculties across a number of regional banks. There's a lot of consumer spending going on. Great jobs market and all of a sudden you start to see the effects of rising interest rates and the difficulty to get and obtain cash and money and yet we're still spending. We would have increased interest rates all at one time or maybe over a two time period to get to a point that would affect inflation. It would have been much better than seeing what the lingering effects of a slow increase in an interest rate. Yeah, you and I are on the same page on that one. I mean,
Caller: SVB Failure Is the Beginning of a Real Problem
"I think this is the beginning of a real problem. And I think that what we're dealing with, the banks, there's something I wanted to ask you is that they used to be a policy. There was a collapse in California of a bank and they took the people who put money in. They took their money to support the bank. And there's a lot of banks that have that hidden in their policies. I'm wondering if that was canceled or it's still there. Then the other idea that I want to ask you is that the federal insurance government is broke. How are they going to pay people back their money? Well, they're not going to call it a bailout web, but that's exactly what it is, and they're going to be using our money to do it. Yeah, but what about the people who have bank accounts and could have their money just taken by the bank? The web it's not right. And they can not do that. But I'm telling you right now at every at every Silicon Valley bank branch. And there are photos starting to pop up now, video starting to pop up. They're long lines of people waiting to get their money. I don't know what they're going to be able to get that money. Even if they've even if they're under the $250,000 Mark, I'm not sure they're going to be able to get their money back today. Biden says they're going to, but I'm not too sure about that. I'm not too sure about it.
Are You Surprised the FDIC Only Insures Your Account up to $250k?
"Some people were surprised to find out this weekend Because I read your messages that FDIC insurance only goes up to $250,000 I'm not I know it's not you overwhelming majority if you already understand that But believe me it wasn't an insignificant number of people who just for the first time this weekend figured out that if you put your money in a bank say you put $500,000 which is a small population of people is going to have that kind of liquid cash anyway But it happens If you put $500,000 in a bank account in an FDIC insured bank and that bank goes under you need to understand you have that 250,000 above the threshold in short that could go bye bye time Oh but it's a bank Folks bank failures are a hallmark of human history They've happened like forever It's one of the reasons I diversify my portfolio I buy lots of gold and Peter Schiff coming up in a half hour He's a big gold guy too I buy a lot of gold I buy real estate I don't keep all my money in cash However having said that because here's the thing about a bank versus say real estate or gold or real property I don't care what it is Expensive watches comic books whatever you decide to buy and invest money in Kevin O'Leary to Shark Tank guy He has this whole big video out there about how watches are a better investment than X Y and Z the thing about banks is you have nothing You have basically a piece of paper or a digital account in a bank that says you have money there That bank collapses and you go to get your money and you sorry we're out of luck You're only insuring up to 250 K
Joe Biden Blames Silicon Valley Bank Failure on Donald Trump
"Here's what happened with this bank For the first time in my disgusting pathetic life I'm going to tell you the truth This bank invested in a lot of government bonds Inflation was ugly I'm trying to get it under control I'm just suggesting a speech for Biden We're doing the best we can but this bank was the first victim I think we've contained it You should not rush to the bank your money's insured up to $250,000 But we got to do something about the spending that caused this crisis Joe Biden's approval rating would go up 20 points But D doesn't have it in him because he's filth He's garbage He has no character at all So what does he do Comes out and gives a speech And blames it on Donald Trump Take a listen And finally we must reduce the risk of this happening again During the Obama Biden administration we put in place tough requirements on banks like Silicon Valley bank and signature bank including the Dodd Frank law to make sure that the crisis we saw in 2008 would not happen again Unfortunately the last administration rolled back some of these requirements Which one Which one jackass Which one Well you know how to say that But which one Although all you liberals listening on which one which regulation did they violate I'm waiting Anything Maybe we don't ever respond We only have crickets We only have crickets Which one Which regulation they bought The answer is that you just made that up Because the guy in The White House is human garbage
"over $250,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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FTX Ex-Engineering Chief Pleads Guilty to Criminal Charges
"Yesterday the news tightened around sand bagman freed even further as yet another of FTX most senior execs turned against him. Former head of engineering at FTX nishad Singh pled guilty to criminal fraud charges and agreed to assist prosecutors in their case against SPF. As part of his agreement, single plead guilty to one count of wire fraud, three counts of conspiracy to commit fraud, what count of conspiracy to commit money laundering, and one count of conspiracy to defraud the United States by violating campaign finance laws for a total of 6 counts. Now in separate civil actions, singers agree not to contest fraud complaints from the SEC and the CFTC. The SEC will be asking for a ban on sing asking as a corporate officer or director, which will be subject to court approval. This is in line with previous plea agreements from other FTX co-conspirators, Carolyn Ellison, and Gary Wong. In a statement sings lawyers said quote, shot is deeply sorry for his role in this and is accepted responsibility for his actions. He wants to do everything he can to make things right for victims, including by assisting the government to the best of his ability in this case. Now, nashad turning on Sam has seemed kind of like a foregone conclusion. Ever since we got that conversation that Sam had with the vox reporter that he thought was off the record where he said that nashad felt really terrible really genuinely terrible about all this, whereas Sam kind of made clear that he didn't. Now Singh was released on a $250,000 bond to await sentencing and his was so much lower than Sam's bond because as prosecutors said, Singh had traveled back from The Bahamas voluntarily in November shortly after the collapse in part to assist with Justice Department investigations.
"over $250,000" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"over $250,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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Mariah Carey Sends Her Vindictive Mother Far Away
"But now comes where the Mariah finally sold her mother's longtime house, but upstate New York, 750 grand, some nice amount of change for all mom and she put her mom. She put the old battle action and assisted living facility and some of you are going around just buy her a smaller house or a nice condo and live near it. No, no, no. You don't even know why. Let me tell you something. Mariah and bought this house for her mother in north Salem. I think in 1994, for like $400,000. So it made a decent profit. Four bedroom three brands from blah blah blah. Actually, it's sold earlier this month for 757 $157,000 more than $250,000 in the initial asking price. So, when word got out, people wanted this house. But in the past year, Mariah has moved, her mother relocated her mother to West Palm Beach to live in an upscale senior living home, and at the whole time the house sat idle for a year before listed for sale in June. So she's moving to a nice 5 star assisted living residents, nurses are gonna wait on her hand and foot, but it's still a million miles from everyone, and there's a reason why. Carry Mariah Carey is always called her relationship with her mother a very complicated relationship. And when I say complicated, I mean hateful,
"over $250,000" Discussed on WTOP
"You may recall the Mayor Bowser declared a state of emergency to allow her administration to extend Medicaid benefits with MedStar Health. But D C council has now paused that process, Deputy Mayor Wayne Turn, it says, while the back and forth of DCs Medicaid crisis is confusing the council's move to effectively put Medicaid benefits on hold by issuing a disapproval resolution to the city's agreement with MedStar Health. Puts too many in limbo ball is really in their court. The mayor has submitted these contracts under emergency to avoid any disruption for over 250,000 people. That is the extent of what she can do At this point for the rules of the council, it could withdraw its resolution, but it cannot reconvene to vote until October, 5th after the benefits expire. Megan Cloherty. W T o P News Northern Virginia man is charged with child endangerment after a two year old died over the summer while riding unrestrained on his lap when his car crashed into two trucks. Fairfax County Police have charged 41 year old German Lowry Jamal Lowry of Woodbridge with child endangerment, reckless driving and driving without a license. Larry was driving along back Lick Road in Springfield when police say he drifted into the median and crashed into a traffic pole. His car, then struck two pick up trucks. The child died 13 days after the crash. Police say there was no car seat in the vehicle and money news. The home of celebrity gossip gets a new owner. It's 6 53 important work at your agency never stops and that light does we stop at nothing to help you complete your mission. Our 43,000 employees use technology, engineering and science to help make the world safer,.
"over $250,000" Discussed on WTOP
"Win over $250,000 check out all four rods and more information visit via a lottery dot com Its 2 28 time to traffic and weather on the Yates. Let's get back to Dave Built in in the W T o p traffic center around the Beltway. The work zones mostly cleared under mostly cloudy skies, Not much going on on 4 95 interlude at Andrews and Interlude, local Near to 95. All lanes are open. No signs of trouble at the Legion Bridge, just a brief interlude volume delay volume building on the interlude beyond that past 3 55 toward Connecticut to 70 Good. 95 Fine Baltimore Washington Parkway Slow between the laurel exits for 1 97 and 1 98 rubbernecking that damaged car on the median strip. In Virginia on 66 Not bad at all. And he works on delays to be brief. 95 southbound. Brief delay at the Occoquan 95 northbound Pretty long delay through Fredericksburg. They back up slowly clear the work zone in the right lane. Right lane still blocked north of Route three. But by the time you cross the river, you've got all lanes open and your full speed ahead heading into Washington on 3 95 on the 14th Street Bridge. The right line is blocked by 2 95 North found your exit, too. Joint baseball in Malcolm X Avenue. The work zone brings Dorton traffic down to single file come to Silver Diner for one of their weekday breakfast specials. Enjoy breakfast sandwich with home fries, coffee and juice for 8 99 only available for dying and only at Silver Diner. Dave Del nine wt traffic, All right, there is more rain in our future. That's what Chuck Bell Sunshine will be measured in minutes today, and not so very many minutes at that. Still, not a lot of rain left in our future.
"over $250,000" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"FBI's most wanted list. As a $5 million bounty on his head and is believed to still be holding at least one American hostage. We have a crash on the 7 10 in Long Beach to roll over Crash 7 10 Freeway northbound right before the 91. CHP has been working on this for a while. It's on the right shoulder traffic slow overall, just coming out of Long Beach. That SUV was on its roof. Now it's on its wheels, so hopefully that will be out of your way shortly. Right around the corner, 7 10 found just passed Florence and injury. Crash on the right shoulder, getting attention as well. Michael Brian, checking out things in Baldwin Park Fly in the sky, sponsored by injury, a turning superwoman super lawyer dot com at welders struggles for the 6565 North Valley Boulevard just a little before the 10. It's like a problem with the number two lane there quickly backing up well through Hacienda Heights. In fact, it's well back into the normal slowing that starts. Way back at the one fives or extra tight there around 65 Telegraph Looks like an earlier problems cleared there that seems to be adding for soiling or to soiling from Valley Boulevard the way down to for five. There's still a problem up into the Baldwin Park actually should say into Arcadia. That's a to 10 eastbound at just about looks like about weight of Vista. Clear to the right shoulder there. That's adding a lot of swing starting in downtown Pasadena Stays tough out through Azusa Injured in an accident is a superwoman super lawyer. Com Michael Brian KF eye in the sky kl five and the sky helps get you there faster! I'm Will Kohlschreiber Impact. Mortgage gardenia cash call mortgage in the last 91 to 8 to 31 Glass Englander not licensed in all states, including New York offer based on loans over $250,000 call 855657 99 10 for licensing terms and restrictions..
"over $250,000" Discussed on WTVN
"July 28 2000 and eight Was sentenced to federal prison for betting on games. I refereed in 2000 and seven the NBA's worst nightmare came true. Tim Donaghy is a convicted felon. He's admitted that he's bet on games. Told that she has rest there He was, Sheen told me making it too obvious. Tim Donny outside official made the call late. There is clear evidence that in fact, Dionigi was fixing the games. I'm a writer and a journalist. And in 2012, I wrote an article in defense of Tim Donny. The whole strategy of the NBA was Tim is a rogue referee who did bad We think we have here. A rogue, isolated criminal. It's the worst scandal ever. He had to be the scapegoat. Looking back at that article. I see now what I could have never dreamed of seeing men, namely the stakes. The main money is the TV money. We're talking about billions and billions of dollars. This is big business. And the question is, Is it being acted out fairly? I 100% believe that they can program The outcome of a game by who they select as the referee. All of our lives were in danger. We were worried about getting killed at one point. This isn't a story about one row graph, according to Tim Donaghy. It wasn't him those fixing games. It was the NBA. We're listening to one of the featured I heart radio podcasts of the week. Find this and more on the free. I heard radio app now with over 250,000 podcast to explore. The source for the Romans was a puzzle. Onek ash, which in itself came.
"over $250,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I was really unhappy when I did the video that's on mineral life. I was very, very unhappy. I believe that the government should step aside. And let technology take over. There's too much emphasis on like, for instance, battery battery fires and these big changes. Well, we got thrown under the bus while General Motors, but it's not their problem. This is a supplier that's giving them batteries. These batteries are no good. They had to be taken out, and by the way General Motors is only one what happened to Kia and Hyundai. They also had to strip out all their LG batteries. I mean, really well. Tesla's had a couple of battery fires as well as I recall, but does that indicating of the future of the visa? We're gonna have more situations like that. With the new technology is not proven to scale. We're gonna have more situations where have to take a step back before can go forward. I think that what will happen is that the the technologies that they're going to they're going to migrate. Yes, there was some Tesla fires. I mean, one guy ran over an anchor. Another one ran over a pick axe or something and pierce the batteries and and they caught on fire. But by the same token, David Welch, actually with you, your organization. We had a little chat and found out that in 2018. There were over 250,000 fires that were in ice vehicles. And 200. Something or other people died. They don't seem to get the same enthusiasm if you like. But if you have one or two Fires you get you get you get a lot of press. So I think that I think that what we have to start looking at is this is just like when we started, uh, any aircraft industry? Just like when Henry Ford brought out his first vehicles, and why not? We have to wait for the wait for the technology to catch up. And that was Cindy Munro, CEO of Munro and Associates with Bloomberg's David Western and coming up a closer look at whether automaker goals for going electric are achievable, plus the impact of the semiconductor shortage on all this.
"over $250,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Unhappy when I did the video that's on mineral life. I was very, very unhappy. I believe that the government should step aside. And let technology take over. There's too much emphasis on like, for instance, battery battery fires and these big changes. Well, we got thrown under the bus while General Motors, but it's not their problem. This is a supplier that's giving them batteries. These batteries are no good. They had to be taken out, and by the way General Motors is only one what happened to Kia and Hyundai. They also had to strip out all the L G batteries. I mean, really well. Tesla's had a couple of battery fires as well as I recall. But does that indicated of the future of eaves are really have more situations like that. It's a new technology. It's not proven to scale. We're gonna have more situations where have to take a step back before you go forward. I think that what will happen is that the the technologies that they're going to they're going to migrate. Yes, there was some Tesla fires. I mean, one guy ran over an anchor. Another one ran over a pick axe or something and pierced the batteries and and they caught on fire. But by the same token, David Welch, actually with you, your organization. We had a little chat and found out that in 2018. There were over 250,000 fires that were in ice vehicles. And 200. Something or other people died. They don't seem to get the same enthusiasm if you like. But if you have one or two Fires you get you get you get a lot of press. So I think that I think that what we have to start looking at is this is just like when we started any aircraft industry. Just like when Henry Ford brought out his first vehicles, and why not? We have to wait for the wait for the technology to catch up. And that was Cindy Munro, CEO of Munro and Associates with Bloomberg's David Western and coming up a closer look at whether automaker goals for going electric are achievable, plus the impact of the semiconductor shortage on all this and inflation in.
New Details Revealed About Live-Action 'Dragon’s Lair' on Netflix
"Dragon's lair was a technological marvel when it was released way back in 1983. Instead of using conventional graphics of the day, which were not great at all, it featured real animation by ex Disney animator Don bluth enabled by beefy laser disk storage. It wasn't a particularly good game. All right, it was horrible, but those stunning visuals turned it into a 5 star quarter eater. And inspired home versions on a variety of platforms. The original is on steam right now if you wanted to play it and GOG picked up the dragon's layer trilogy back in 2018. In 2015, bluth and Gary Goldman launched a $550,000 KickStarter project to help fund the creation of dragon's lair the movie. It tanked so they canceled and went to IndieGoGo looking for $250,000 slightly over what was pledged on KickStarter. Now, at this time, they were actually successful achieving their goal in just a couple of weeks and ultimately pulling in more than $350,000. And now, according to The Hollywood Reporter anyway, the project has been picked up by Netflix with none other than Ryan Reynolds in talks to star as dragon's lair hero Dirk the daring. Bluth Goldman and John Palmer Roy, another animator who left Disney to work with bluth are producing this. Netflix confirmed the report on Twitter.
Seattle Kraken Revise Grubauer’s Deal After CBA Violation
"With goaltender Philipp Grubauer after the initial deal was rejected by the NHL for violating the collective bargaining agreement. An anonymous source told The Associated Press. The change involves $250,000 being moved from 2023 24 to 2022 23 to satisfy Ciba requirements. Some money needed to be moved after rules were changed years ago to prevent teams from front loading contracts with the penalty kick in the
Colts CEO, Jim Irsay, Buys Guitar Used to Record 'Don't Stop Believin'
"To record that smash hit. Don't Stop Believin is going to a new home. Indianapolis Colts CEO Jim Irsay says he bought the guitar that was used by Journeys. Neil Sean. Piece of music history went for $250,000. It was a modified black 1977 Gibson Les Paul Chang autographed it. Our next update
"over $250,000" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"Even burning was a four-year to six year. Transition, if everything goes right, if you maintain control of the House and Senate and the White House, and nobody fucks with it and throws, a monkey wrench in and walk ins. It, it has to, you know, it's a it's a Faberge Egg medicare-for-all, you can't just stroke of a pen and it's implemented. It eases in cuz you're destroying elements of Commerce in my life for all you're not allowing private insurance anymore. So the lawsuits alone will take you 10 years. So you have to ease into it, where it's not that we're putting you guys out of business, is that you gotta be able to compete with us. That's where the public option comes in. That's where a single-payer version of things, but that you buy in either through a tax break or through actual cash. If you make over 250,000 or four hundred thousand you buy a dog, Is just if you make below that you get it, you pay for it and your taxes and you get a tax break to. That's effectively. That's counted in there, right? That's that's basically the single-payer. The problem was wrong in asking. They knew both of them are dead in the water because of and everybody will blame the blue dogs and they're a big factor in it, but remember it's the blue dogs and all of the Republicans. That's so the same. It's even more a hairline right now, stampeding through this amount of of spending on a on reconciliation is absolutely possible. If you could pretend you did everything you possibly could. And this includes mansion in cinema, look, we stopped him. We talked to them, we went back and forth. I gave them all the room. They could have it. We went over this four months, we've been sneaking around with this for three months and we're starting in the feds warning about we're heading into a mild recession. It might set us back if if unemployment doesn't kick in Moody's and all these other groups are saying that if we had an issue, Structure package it would guarantee it would bring us to 1.2% unemployment over the next five years, you know, that's something everybody can argue for it, then you get to the point where you're passing. It was reconciliation and what it is, is effectively be a whatever, a two trillion 2.2 trillion package, which is almost exactly what he asked for initially before he presented the four trillion dollar budget. So then, okay, so you say, in the end, each each bill will pass. Yeah. There'll be a version of it. Absolutely. And it'll be enormous. All.
"over $250,000" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The morning rush hour. Also in the news governor Greg Abbott is signed four separate bills in the law aimed at protecting police have still 1900 financially hit cities they pull funding from local police will freeze property tax revenue. Universities over 250,000 people in population that deep on the police Senate bill 23 deals with the county's anytime with population of more than million, will have to receive voter approval before the money carrying long Poles also enhance criminal penalties for protesters assaulting officers with laser pointers and fireworks in jail time for protesters blocking emergency vehicles. Chris Fox News Radio K L B J no longer move from the widespread power outages in February. AUSTIN Energies on the hot seat again following the memorial weekend outages that left almost 38,000 people in the dark. Councilwoman Alison Alter says it's time to get serious about making a local investment in infrastructure. What's necessary. No other parts of the country has severe weather and they don't experience these counts of bread spread outages that last over time utility says about 90% of power was restored within 24 hours, and massive progress has been made in terms of driving down Travis County's Cove in numbers Boston Public Health is as of this morning County has fallen well into the 200 for active cases, 262 to be exact. Across all of Travis County. Hospitalizations of falling by a good amount is well down to 84 overall and 82,603. The two people have made a recovery. It is sick. So for now, let's get you look at the roadways. Austin's on time traffic with Don Prior the big issue, North bound 35. You have it shut down between around 45th and about.
"over $250,000" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And 17 47 when there was an outbreak of scurvy. Linds, but an experiment which is sometimes described as the world's first controlled clinical trial, he selected 12 sailors, all of whom had scurvy that he described as being at a similar point of progression. And he paired them up, and he gave each pair a different treatment. Over the course of two weeks. These were treatments that already existed for scurvy. Except for sea water, which was apparently more of a placebo. Don't drink seawater. It's not a good plan, but these these pairs were each given. Court of Cider per Day. 25 drops of elixir of vitriol three times a day. Half a pint of sea water a day. Nutmeg sized paste of garlic, mustard seed horseradish bossom of Peru and gum murder three times a day. Two spoonfuls of vinegar three times a day or two oranges and one lemon each day. I mean, I might opt for the vent makes eyes paste of garlic, but that's just me. I mean the Oh, I kind of do that, anyway. The men who were given site er improved somewhat because of the way cider was made at the time. It probably did have some vitamin C in it. But the two men who got oranges and lemons improved so dramatically that they were determined to be well after six days, and from that point they actually helped take care of the others. While he was writing about this lend referenced about Buenos Rossi is writing about oranges carrying Dutch sailors from like 200 years before, And he said quote here indeed, is a remarkable and authentic proof of the great efficacy of juice of lemons against this disease. But these fruits have this particular advantage of of any theory that can be prepared for trial. They're experienced virtues have stood the test of near 200 years, Linda left the Navy and 17 48 in 17 53. He wrote a treatise of the scurvy containing an enquiry into the nature causes and cure of that disease, together with a critical and chronological view of what has been published on the subject. While this did include the sentence, quote, oranges and lemons were the most effectual remedies for this dis temperate sea. That was only one tiny part of a 400 page work that talked about a lot of other stuff related to scurvy. For example, he did not think there was a direct cause and effect relationship between the fruit and the scurvy. He actually thought scurvy was a digestive disease that was caused by blocked sweat glands and that the fruit and to a lesser extent, the cider We're all clearing those blockages, and he also thought that other blockage clearing substances could potentially have the same effect. Lend also recognized that you cannot really just keep Citrus fruits fresh on a ship for a lengthy sea voyage, so he recommended concentrating the juice into a rob. But because of the way that Rob was concentrated, the end result would not have actually contained much fightem and see it all. Oh, I'm I'm thinking of people who drink orange flavored drink and make jokes about not getting scurvy and I'm like there's not really much orange. Yeah. You're listening to the I Heart radio weekend podcast featuring one of the biggest podcasts of the week on the free I Heart radio up now with over 250,000 podcasts to explore For half a century, The world has sought answers to the question. What happened to Jim Duncan? Long shot we turn man is an eight part investigative podcast into the remarkable life and mysterious death of Super Bowl champion and leaving kickoff return. 1970 Jim Duncan. The story was that my brother took a gun off a police officer and shot himself. People don't believe that. Listen to the long shot. Return Man Podcast on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your podcasts attention. Recent studies have linked the commercial.