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"seven hundred ninety four" Discussed on WTOP
"Traffic sunny windy and cold are the three operative words for your Thursday temperatures will hover in the upper thirties and low forties all day but wind chills will stay below freezing and wind gusts could be close to forty miles per hour at times this afternoon bundle up temperatures dropped below freezing tomorrow morning Friday partly to mostly cloudy still breezy but not as windy today and cold highs in the low to mid forties tomorrow back to some sunshine but staying cold on Saturday with a high of forty two I'm storm team four meteorologist Chuck bell for WTOP and right now thirty five degrees in Washington feels like twenty six Baltimore WTOP's Washington's top news on air and online at WTOP dot com good morning I'm more glory and I'm Deborah Feinstein we've got Jocelyn Justin at the editor's desk coming up Wall Street nose diving again as global health officials say the corona virus has pandemic potential the Dow is down seven hundred ninety four points the nasdaq down three hundred and the S. and P. is down ninety two right now a unique case of the viruses in northern California as the outbreak enters a new phase and here in Washington Congress tries to work past political differences to fund the fight against the virus on Capitol Hill line Mitchell Miller at ten forty winter care for your pets we'll hear from veterinarian Dr Katy Nelson it's ten thirty one CBS news update stocks are taking another hit as a unique case of corona viruses diagnosed in the U. S. right now the Dow is down seven hundred ninety three points CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger as new cases emerged investors are really worried about what is the depths and how far will this virus spread officials at UC.
"seven hundred ninety four" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I'm June Grasso still to come Congress is back we'll take a look at the long to do list ahead on Bob moon first let's get a check of the markets now kind of a mixed picture here's Bloomberg John Tucker yeah we've been in and out of the kings of bonds the fluctuating after reaching the highest level since the start of August we also have yields a rising in North America bond yields that is the songbird credit among the movers in today's markets with healthcare shares there are leading the declines in the S. and P. five hundred there's worry that once Congress reconvenes they're gonna tack healthcare pricing so that's not good for the healthcare stocks eighteen to you that surging after activist investor Elliott management's outline of value creation opportunity in a letter to its board my head of next week's federal reserve meeting policy meeting we get a raft of data this week and bluebirds Mike whiskey stopping by the studio to tell us what to expect Mike the data we're gonna get this week John is expected to show reasons for the fed to continue their rate cutting we get the I. N. CPI inflation has been the key to why a lot of people think that needs cut it's too low PP I expected coming showing no inflation CP I just a slight tick higher then we get retail sales John Williams of the New York fed say last week that the consumer is holding up the economy find out if they did in August alright Mike McKie and we've turned Lawrence V. five hundred nailed down about six point twenty nine seventy two of us down to tense the dowel uncle of that flight right now twenty six thousand seven hundred ninety four the nasdaq is thirty four points lower that's still portents eight thousand sixty eight we check the markets every fifteen minutes during the trading day right here on Bloomberg radio I'm John sector that is.
"seven hundred ninety four" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Bakersfield lesson in marina del Rey. Last night eight year old girl and four year old boy last seen with her father thirty one Michael Gerry with authorities are considering armed and dangerous. Let seen walking and it's not clear they have a car. Anyone who spots a messed goldmine one one amber alert issued by the CHP on behalf of the Bakersfield police department high risk sex offender who had been working as a youth minister captured after managing escape during an undercover operation in San Joaquin county. Forty-one-year-old Raymond Leone browse working at a church and Stanislaw county despite his having been in prison for sexually abusing a minor online profile for browsers he gave up the secular world of rap after becoming a quote newly defined man of God. He's no behind bars on host of new judges number of measles cases in the US continuing decline. The CDC now says the country's on pace to reach and possibly pass. I said back in nineteen ninety four when seven hundred ninety four cases reported Steve Kastenbaum as latest. The number of reported measles cases since the outbreak began has now reached six hundred eighty one according to the centers for disease control. It is now passed the previous high of six hundred sixty seven in twenty fourteen and it's the largest number of cases since the disease was declared eradicated in the United States in two thousand while measles cases have shown up in twenty two states this year. A majority have been in Rockland county in Brooklyn, New York because they've been centered in Oltra orthodox Jewish. Community's health officials here. Expect the numbers to continue growing in the wake of recent Passover holiday gathering's. Steve Kastenbaum, New York..
"seven hundred ninety four" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"So down to our right Keith Yandell to play. Picked up his fiftieth assist of the season last game. As our luck down to our left into the Boston zoo year on the shot clock goes out to Yandell drive at higher. They've Boston net. Held in on the far forest by Schroeck check down here to the near corner. Tower. Lockout today point for Yandell long shot wide off the end boards to denote chara. He'll take control and he tosses one off the short glass at the Bruins him to work at ahead head. Hainan cross ice McEvoy across center in for the Bruins left Saturday shot from Hainan. That deflects off the stick Zieger and goes out of play four fifty nine the opening frame here in Boston no score early on in this one Panthers. And the Boston Bruins. Handle seven hundred ninety four th straight game play mentioned in picking up his fiftieth assist. Last game fifty nine points on the year. He's already set a new single season record for points in a Susan by Panthers. Defenceman also a new single season Mark for power play points by a panther. And a Caesar. Lift up the near side he'll drive on down to a writer wraps around the far corner. Swatted at by Matheson puck rolls up that far Panthers outta their zone down to our rights Panthers. Rights left. Boston left to right ruins, take control. They work around Connor Clifton. Right. Quite a shop at in front. Never made it through Matt grizzly bar- side a shot from the far boards. Longo not enough of that one fought it off. And it's late ahead by sceviour that clears for the Panthers David Backes back along for Boston. Here's a Chari up. The right side of the circle of shoddy set up the side of the Chari Gators has near the near circle x.
"seven hundred ninety four" Discussed on KTOK
"Yes, right here. Live from the divas studio suite visitor talking about how sweet is my retirement today. You know that the interest rates on credit cards are just out astronomically ridiculous. The average rate is seventeen point five five percent. Average credit card interest rate, which be Lovin to get that. This is like highway robbery we can't guarantee that in the stock market. But if you're interested in if you're a credit card company seventeen point five five, but get this. They can reach as high as twenty seven point four nine percent, and I can tell you Macy's loves to charge that. And I love by CS have I lots of stuff at Macy's my betting. They have the most beautiful hotel luxury line of betting, however, pay it off because if you have just ten thousand dollars in credit card debt, and you're paying that twenty-seven interest rate the new pay a minimum of three hundred and twenty five a month. Listen to this. It would take you just shy of thirty years to pay it up and you'd pay twenty one thousand seven hundred ninety four dollars and forty eight cents in interest now, but is amazing. That's twice what the actual balance of which present. And remember, you're not spinning anymore. You cut yourself off. It's ridiculous. But listen, those of us that pay off our credit cards every month, and we get all those bonus points, and they send us all these discount airline, miles airlines all this stuff. It's because these other crazy people out there are seriously they are paying the interest rate. So you get the benefit from it. So I try to look at the positive but Damon is it's a challenge for me. Because I just think stupid it's stupid, and, you know, a thirty dollar steak love this at a ten dollar movie at thirty five gas tank, listen to these are the things you're buying with it. Are there is this life, and we're not talking medical expenses here that, you know, mandatory you gotta have that fifty dollar Christmas gift that you bought for the dirty Santa party a year ago, and you're still paying on it. XM break. Exactly twenty eighteen survey by the credit cards dot com. Found.
"seven hundred ninety four" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Any country, and then look at the chart and this year, mar. Ars entered Aries, which is it's home signed bring up all this fire and intensity for the whole world in two thousand nineteen and the sun is with Saturn, which is the opposite kind of conservative being cautious being careful, so it's kind of a battle between earth and fire for the whole year. Mark. How do you see the economics for two thousand nineteen? I'm the stock market's been taking it on the chin lately. Well, what's interesting? I was just looking at some there's a great book that I've had for many years called time and money, the astrology of wealth. It's kind of to me a bible that I look at it. Every so often as a wonderful professional astrologer named Barbara Colle Val, but she wrote in nineteen ninety three. So it's twenty five years. I don't know if there's a new edition, but that's what it's called time and money these strategy. Well, she goes into things about the stock market about real estate about gold and silver and all that stuff. What's interesting is at nineteen Ninety-three. We had no crypto currencies. Okay. This is a totally new thing. And what I want to bring up here. And this is being a series of articles. There's what's called a great mutation cycle. This this last seven hundred ninety four years. Okay. George every almost eight hundred years Jupiter and Saturn the two largest planets are in different signs of the zodiac. But they go in different elements. So for instance, since eighteen forty one until almost now we've had Jupiter and Saturn in earth science. Okay. Taurus, Virgo 'Capricorno. The psycho kept repeating every twenty years. But now we're going to enter the air mutation in two thousand and twenty in December for the next one hundred eighty to two hundred years and air represents things like crypto currencies of things that have to do with with buying things on credit. It's more brotherhood and sisterhood. It's more group reality,.
"seven hundred ninety four" Discussed on TechStuff
"The full name. For insight is the interior exploration using seismic investigations geo, daisy and heat transport. And I have a sneaking suspicion this is another case of emission getting a fun name. And then a project team tries to work backward to make that name into an acronym. But I don't know that for sure. The purpose of the mission is to deduce how celestial bodies the have a rocky surface are formed. How do they come to be? This would include planets like earth as well as satellites like our moon, and of course, planets like Mars, the Lander is going to do this by using several scientific instruments to study, the deep interior of Mars, and then the team back on earth is going to take that information and form hypotheses to explain the formation process. The Lander will also gather data that will allow scientists on earth to make educated guesses about Marzieh's core. So this is really cool. This is all about observing planets behavior in a way, and then drawing conclusions about what that means for the planet. What how the planet is made up. You know, what sort of core it has that kind of stuff, and it's all about working, backward based upon these observations. I love this kind of science. Insight is kind of like the Phoenix Lander in that both of those are stationary robotic platforms. So it's not like the spirit opportunity or curiosity. Rovers? Those are all robots with wheels that can move around the surface of Mars, actually, the opportunity and curiosity Rovers are still in operation to this day opportunity landed on Mars in two thousand four and curiosity landed in two thousand twelve and they're still kind of roaming around but insights job is to monitor conditions from a set location over the course of a Martian year plus forty or so Martian days insight is a pretty large Lander. Nasa describes it as being about the size of a big nineteen sixties convertible. That's a quote, but this is tech stuff. So let's get technical. What are the specs for the insight Lander? Well, it is six meters long. That's about nineteen feet eight inches, assuming you're. Measuring it when its solar panels are deployed, again, we'll we'll talk about the solar panel panels and just a minute. It's got a width of one point five six meters. That's about five feet one inch the deck height. So the top surface of the main portion of the Lander ranges from eighty three centimeters to one hundred eight centimeters tall or thirty three to forty three inches the whole thing weighs in and felt three hundred sixty kilograms technically that's mass. We if we're expressing it in pounds. It would be seven hundred ninety four pounds here on earth. Remember on Mars, the mass is the same, but it weighs less because again Mars, gravity is a little more than one third that of earth's gravity. The Lander has a lot of cool gadgets attached to it and draws power through batteries that are recharged by those solar panels. I had mentioned those actually had to deploy after insight touched down before they were all folded up at tucked away. On the sides of the platform for safety about an hour after touchdown. They began the deployment phase. And this involves unfolding and then they can start catching the sun's rays, and there's a great website for the Lander over at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory that shows animations of the solar panels deploying as well as the other tools, and how those get deployed the animations are fantastic. They really help a lot. So I highly recommend if you're interested in the insight Lander checking out the interactive webpage over at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory because it's it's fantastic. And it looks super cool the panels the solar panels are decay Goyal that means they have ten straight sides and angles an octagon is eight sides and eight angles Adecco gone ten so they're kind of circular in shape, but they have those flat edges the panels measure about seven feet or two meters across. And there are two of them has a pair of these solar panels. According to one NASA webpage, the combined surface area of the two solar panels is quote as large as a ping pong table into quote. So, you know, some light recreation on Mars, if you if you decide that it's served its purpose?.
"seven hundred ninety four" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"These governments scientists do receive money from people who support their agenda, namely, the citizens of America who pay their taxes and want accurate science so centurions, right? And yet overall laughably wrong same general category. The Wall Street Journal's Jason Riley was on this week this week offering this week argument about voter suppression. This has been in the democratic playbook for decades paint the Republican candidate is racist thought in this race. We saw it in Georgia. There's voter suppression with C than Florida. They're trying to steal the election. He's right. It is in the playbook to call out an injustice when that injustice is actually occurring just as it was in Georgia. Maybe some Bradley hates playbook books the idea of play books in general when the patriots win the Super Bowl. Maybe. Jason Riley's like oh. But those plays came out of the playbook executing plays with purpose and efficiency. That's not right. He is wrong about Florida no-one tried steal an election before anyone on this week panel can say, hey that is an inaccurate claim. He wowed the panel with this one. I think that we've seen this come out of Democrats before the Republicans, and I don't think SP is playing it down. I think he's playing it up. I think he saw an opening here. And I have also said I think there's a difference between hanging and lynching, and no one seems to be making that distinction. Let us make the distinction now all lynchings are hangings, but not all hangings are lynching that is a truly transformative argument. It totally reshapes my opinion on the advisability of the white fifty nine year old lady from Mississippi talking about public hangings, by the way, Mississippi phased out, hanging as a means of execution in one thousand nine hundred forty we have the stats from nineteen twenty two to nineteen forty. The state did hang seventy seven convicts sixty five of those Seventy-seven not lynched hanged. They were black. So it wasn't racist. Right. We have we have the total statistics of the history of Mississippi legal execution from eighteen eighteen through two thousand four Mississippi executed seven hundred ninety four people of those seven hundred ninety four six.
"seven hundred ninety four" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"I also understand why they making this right because the fifth one of these movies, which was atrocious in my opinion. And Johnny Depp was apparently getting these lines fed through an EPA makes a lot of sites. That's when you know that somebody it's it's. Isn't it? I think brand with the first superman with your only one he was in because he was litigation on the second one. He was rating the lines on the on the bassinet like he's holding. Right. There's no baby only you stifle the law by saying I kind of feel like if you were good enough active. That's debt was not in. Now is a good actor Canvey. But that's not good. No. I mean, everybody I think we must have talked about it when we were reviewed it. But everybody just seems so tied in that movie. And in the theater, well, maybe it was me as the audience being like, oh, but like I feel like it's still watch that maybe what's that first one again. And you don't want to. If it was on. I'd be like I watch this for ten minutes. Yes. It seems fresh and interesting sprightly and sprightly. But by the last one that was just let's let's rip the front. Let's rip this Bank out of the ground. And let's drag it. The the mayor's wife to have sex with him in a in a Bank vault. See I remember that pulsar remember that. Which in the first one would have been fresh and fun. But I'm like this is so happened. Yeah. What did these cited were? Anyway, the fifth one made seven hundred ninety four million dollars is like a loss. So obviously made a ton of money and apparently these movies in total of four billion dollars. Of course, they're going to be looking at reverting this. If I don't think they should I think they should carry on. And this is what I think I should do Zoe Saldana is in that first movie. She's one of the crew Ryan they should buy you sit around and maybe Wilton, and then you cure, not leeann. We do it like that. Yeah. And then if you wanna bring Johnny Dipak. Yep. White three movies or don't at all. Look, I've gone to Netflix. I'm like, oh, maybe we'll watch parse the caravan which ones on there. I think it's the loss. One dead men. Tell no tiles which is five I think Sella's on shells on. It's five yet. Great. Thanks net. Flicks. Do you love or do you go to go to net flicks? It's just the rogue ticket item movie. Yeah. Yeah. It's always why so many three variance. I'm on nobody ever wants that. Yeah. I never looking for. Exactly. Okay. Do you want to do some TV news or do you want to check your other straight? I'm STAN not suddenly the parts band of misfits. I'm gonna check Amazon then we'll find out where it is going to three I'll get my three to one. And once Jack Ryan. I've heard it's okay. Check check Ron. Yeah. Okay. Cinema verification code. Why don't you send a verification code me? Now, it's to it's like, it's sending me a verification code to be like, I sure shorts. You. It's may nice. I should be able to yell. It's may into my computer, and it should work. Sella's revenge. This other one you want. Yes. Now, I don't want that one. I went through original..
"seven hundred ninety four" Discussed on The Science Show
"Australian health department just released a report from twenty twelve on the cost of injury and it was nine point six billion was the cost of injury in twenty twelve included life lost real holistic cost of that one hundred eleven million was attributed to seven hundred ninety four patients with good injury so yes young people get burnt yes it does change your life so yes we have to understand how to better so that we would use that cost i we say that you've got to make sure the quality of the outcome is worth the pain of survival so from cost and time one of the blockages what does the frustrations i think the other thing is we all on this stage appreciate critical nature of collaboration and building those multi disciplined teams and people pay a lot of lip service to that being very important but i don't think it's recognized how much energy and time and resources that that takes to build those collaborative networks and so it's a real hard decision younger research is to invest their time to become part of that network where it will be better for them and for everyone in the long term but in the short term they may will pay the price of not having immediate at puts terms of their research career and so i think that's a real challenge in i think we've got to recognize that challenge and we've got to get our institutions directly notice that building those collaborations is really valuable for the country and for the whole impact on the research challenges what about young people coming to join you and training on the front page sinmun hailed today the minister of education said stem is elitist.
"seven hundred ninety four" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Does he can get crazy cold so do i think coby in general was a more skilled shooter than lebron i do and i would say that translates mostly at the free throw line right kobe was eighty four percent they'll ron seventy that okay so again i'm talking about the mechanics of shooting kobe shot even though you're three point stats are obviously very accurate but the shot was pure we shot was pure lebron's little awkward still with his shot and he's had seven hundred ninety four different free throw routines trying to find one and actually this one right now is working pretty well as long as he doesn't step across the labs keep trying to plant seed called it on him finally one time we may like seventy says he's been doing you still gotta chairs hanging in there right you better be careful everytime you say that a one for six apple's i've got a feeling liberty in the mall do ten for ten do i get a case of do on that land i'll know how many shooting twenty but he going to be perfect to parv with that bit so look in the bigger picture have i always favored kobe slightly over lebron just on killer will he's close to jordan esque assassin as i've ever seen so that's why i always give kobe a slight edge over lebron just whatever that mentality the mamba mentality more skilled yes or no yes as shooter but but now that only do in basketball.
"seven hundred ninety four" Discussed on The Bugle
"You want to answer it's i'll tell you all want ones iphone secretary an employee secretary of some corner switchboard operator adult want a president manning the phones they have far more important work to do who've got the direct number of the president's anyway why they abusing it at three in the morning because of this whole thing was about children being safe and asleep inherent in the middle of the night but if is a three am i want someone who wants to the phone in the white house who isn't going to put the phone down and then ring me straight up saying all you'll children's still siphon asleep will you've got to wake him up sudan's kicking off i want them to deal with it and no no involve mark sleeping children in a global catastrophe is that too much to ask as can ship it of oldfashioned scaremongering coming into the election campaign at loss because it's been a real lack of it so i financial democracy is all about jump enabling the public to choose which made up stories they want to be genuinely spooked by the democrats can now concentrate on doing what i do best completely destroying themselves in this week of democracy what reflects the democratic protest better than the looming baked of super delegates just under eight hundred individuals with the power to vote directly against the will of the people in russia saying that only one vote was important that vote ping vladimir putin in the us eight seven hundred ninety four super delegates which makes america seven hundred ninety four times more democratic in russia and when you put it all that denies he see to back i think paul the reasons why lawyer we've got so excited about it in britain jump because we basically don't have elections anymore in britain lost to general actions were foregone conclusions and the current leader gordon brown was elected offer polling which only two people voted brown and his predecessor tony blair at a secret gina thirteen years in advance i understand without didn't really capture the public imagination so we can avoid carefully getting off fix of democracy through america which is great and also it's only the second elections since mountain seventy six not to feature a member of the bush family as a presidential of vice presidential candidate so i think the world is just one enjoy that while again because there are.
"seven hundred ninety four" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"Tim was talking about younger people who don't owe as much as de older generation to deliberation partied at squad true because uh because basically it's it's it's a past unlike many countries have been traumatized this perhaps this idea that you have to think about the button to reproduce it but somehow you have to leave you decide to bid not to begin abundant by it and that made a generation that perhaps less and less a wolf is less in a you know a a responsibility towards what they are and sister or not as the medicaid you older the old did so it's a it's a new it's a new page for south africa i think but it's just it's just not even the first chapter just introduction of all i want what remake of zuma's resignation species even now he doesn't seem to think that he did a single thing wrong and his relationship with the gupta's doesn't seem to bother him that much either no the he thinks that every single one of the i think it's seven hundred ninety four charges against him are all politically motivated and he's not guilty of any of them he still had to be dragged kicking and screaming into paying back the money that he pretty which stole from the south african people to do appease uh presidential palace than by a string of horses at cetera such a he just refuses to accept that he's done anything wrong which of course is is is one of the reasons why he's gone because the anc was becoming synonymous with corruption and the for the man at the very top a leading it which is why that the sort of reform liberal wing of the ain seeff if you like felt lay out to move against him it took them couple of years to two within the anc structure to get enough power to have the vote too.
"seven hundred ninety four" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"During the trial the garvies three children stayed in a high telling crease the grandmother made sure they ruled shielded from the newspapers and any talk of the highly publicized trial three months after the trial she wrote to brian from selling gates side prison i've decided to have nothing more to do with you ever again serving his sentence just eighteen miles away in perth prison bomb was told never to write and to destroy all of their old letters sheela's lawyer inform reported she had decided the affair was more falling in love when speaking to the press prime recalled is a motions when he received a letter felt a great sense of loss i think she did it because they wouldn't let acea cates fifty years later in two thousand fourteen craig inches prison was to be sold off say plans could be put through to use the site for affordable housing scotland's public sector workers the plans to continue the building work had to beat the light as they couldn't find henry pan his body it took months to find henry's remains on the ground this before they could continue missile service was held for metabolism crematorium on august seven two thousand fourteen both sheila garvey and bryant's heaven di were released in 1978 the full lots of losing both their parents one three mud one three incarceration significantly affected the three coffee children they went to live with a grandmother but sadly a year off to the troll she pasta why children lived in numerous fulst himes wendy the eldest of the calvi children looked back at the reunion with a mother in 1979 said a mother sheila didn't want to talk about what had happened to just rao the guy to the pub wendy still struggles to come to terms with what happened in a childhood as little contact with a siblings angela moved to a tax which year and the youngest loyd to build the by trade to koehnen transform the family's farmhouse the five bedroom house was put up for sale in two thousand fourteen with starting at seven hundred ninety four.
"seven hundred ninety four" Discussed on Cool Blind Tech
"Now let's get down to the test cfs this bone is really is fit eu button city hugh adding that you can talk committee appointed to feed to prolong every day tightlycontested thank you something we will this into martic's onto to tweet to complete does your earlier of the eiffel nate plus completed the test in about two minutes and forty fortyfive seconds we'll see how quick the iphone 7 plus completes his test and the final result not marked lumberjack could even talk heading clinically throughout with eight percent we'll just beat up a little bit good eu without heading okay now that one actually took a little bit quicker to actually complete the test so doesn't seem like i was levin is completely optimize yet for the hardware on f one eight plus the sheikh of the scores other collected without conoco select that here's the singapore speed three thousand three hundred thirty three now earlier the iphone a plus was at four thousand one hundred ninety eight two thousand to kind of fifty three now this is where the iphone a plus blows away the 7 plus i thought that the type of fifty three five thousand six hundred fifty three and on the eight plus it was nine thousand seven hundred ninety four that's amazing that they've done that with a plus remember gives some feedback by sending us an email to cbt add coup blanked tech dot com also calls toll free at eight five five three three zero two six six five and leave your message and we will use it in the fan mail show in speaking of fan mail show want to let everyone know out there that we have a contest running until november 15th we are looking to find a better name then fanned meal but we won over listeners to give us in feedback.
"seven hundred ninety four" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"It was a huge success with film critics an unusually for a sequel 2000 them fools spiderman amend to was even more popular achieving 94 percent on welcome to malta's a site that aggregates film critics reviews but it was spiderman three the made the most money that the boxoffs eight hundred ninety one million dollas that's compared to the original films eight hundred twenty two million and the sequels seven hundred ninety four million can ask him jada mary me successive the rainy directed spidey films inspired marvel to stop producing its own competing movie and it was between two thousand and eight and 2012 that the advantages assembled with man the incredible hulk four and captain america old growth to live then coming together in marvels the avengers another huge financial hit which took one and a half billion dollas seeking to better compete with marvels life is not an easy 2012 was also the that sony reboot it despite franchise with mark web directing andrew garfield as the amazing spiderman the film which tapped into the relationship between peter parker and quinn stacy his first true love learning man peter pack and saw the recipients as the visit again it was quickly followed by a sequel amazing spiderman to harness sorry i love you donate neither of the web directed films achieved the critical success of sam raimi's trilogy and both with financial disappointments the first film taking seven hundred and fifty eight million dollars and the sequel seven hundred nine million less than the original films and well below what's sony was hoping for.
"seven hundred ninety four" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast
"Well it looks like it's a theory a mining that people are really into right now you're okay yeah so um i actually had someone internally pitching to me that we should do a bit cocaine mining update now like not bitcoin but cryptic currency mining update us like all really that again and i didn't really look into it i really should have because then we could have been a little bit more more topical honoring pretty huge but let's what's happening and the coin torino big because no matter what people are minding they're all converting it out anyway so yeah bitcoin is equal to three thousand seven hundred ninety four canadian dollars says a big gold rush again basically yeah i can try to u s dollars which is that's one bullet with wainwright because they say also you get them in bids great he has to get parcel it since two thousand eight hundred and twenty four issue u s dollars per vowing which rights huge if you cv care heraf now what did you say it's a joke one btc to you as the some going ahead and share that with the audience here so they go the chartered see you can see the bag yeah you can see a poppa gold rush baggio 24 late 2013 early 2014 necessary house mid 2014 yeah it across cooled ahsan and it was views and then in the last since since the end of last year it's gone from like five hundred bucks to over two thousand and it's it's very close to over three k which is pretty insane gap pretty incredible.