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LA opens its first tiny home village to ease homeless crisis
"What kind of house can you buy for seventy five hundred dollars a tiny house Los Angeles was trying to figure out what to do about the increasing number of homeless people on the streets then an idea build tiny houses they're doing in Seattle Minneapolis and des Moines among other places so Los Angeles paid seventy five hundred dollars for each of thirty nine units to be built on a patch of asphalt across from a park sixty four square feet each described as cramped but comfortable said one formerly homeless woman being able to lock the door and have a place to sleep is huge of course not everybody's impressed one advocate says they look like the shed where you keep your lawn mower I'm ready to fall late
The Hardest NO-GO Decision I've Ever Made: Metal Fatigue in Piper Wing
"Yeah in papers a whole interesting conversation. I can tell you guys need. We can even start there. I made one of the hardest decisions in my life. The hardest no-go decision i've ever made was. We ended up driving the motorhome down here to palm springs which tickets twelve hours. I'm sitting all the way down. I'm thinking i'm a pirate. I gotten here three hours. You know but the only airplane of currently checked out in where we're living in. Grass elliott has that piper and You know there's wing spar issues with the partner. Your official came out the yeah. Yeah that's that's part of the story so but this is before the came out and I've been flying at you. You know. I've been making videos in it. I've been checked out in it. But when i was making the video i was gonna interview the mechanic because i wanted to tell the story that this is no big deal that these spars are dealt with that they're inspected and i assumed that. When i interviewed the mechanic i was gonna get an open and shut case. I figured the mechanic tell me something solid. I would record the mechanic saying that. I could button it up for everybody on youtube and we could move on But that's not what happened in fact what ended up happening is i stopped flying the plane and the reason was because i didn't like what the mechanic told me. I mean. It really did not inspire confidence and i don't know if we got off to a bad start well there so i actually interviewed mechanics. The first one it appears in this was not the one related to the actual era that i was flying. This is somebody at a different airport but also managed piper aircraft. And i just went in. I thought i'd give him a cameo sort of throw a bone and i asked him. Are there any out for the wing. Spars on the piper in the and he didn't know what i was talking about he'd never heard of it and he's been like over issue going. Eighteen eighty seven no wings gonna follow. Yes going on for a long time and for those. That don't know that that the accident that put it on my radar was in two thousand eighteen at embry riddle angry tone of florida. When a commercial candidate and a designated pilot examiner had the wing separate in-flight doing normal one g flight maneuvers. Like touching goes. They weren't doing lazy aides or any steep turns nothing that would load the wing up there just doing touch and goes on the upwind. The wing fell off and they both died. And if you look if you google and start looking at it there are there are versions of the wing spar issue that goes far back as nineteen eighty seven so the first mechanic i interviewed did not know about it and actually he said if there's an ad i would know about it and he went into the system he goes. Oh no here's one. It says you have to inspect it at twenty seven thousand hours. So what he didn't he wasn't putting together and i didn't wanna cruise fine but when he wasn't putting together was the embry riddle crash plane. Had about seventy five hundred dollars on it. So i knew that there was an requiring inspection at twenty seven thousand hours. The issue is here was a two thousand something model airplane two thousand and four two thousand seven. I can't remember it wasn't that old. And here's one. That had seventy five hundred or so hours on it and the wing fell off so clearly. There was a disconnect right. Can't like just a fraction of the allowable time so i just thanked him and i laughed and thought okay. I'm not gonna use that guy. So i went to the actual mechanic that worked on the arrow that i've been flying and i don't know if we got off on a bad foot because i asked him i if i could film it and i think that pissed him off and he's like no pow does so so that's fine. I put the camera down. But then i just said hey i just want to know what you think about the wing spar and he goes what about it and i said well you know. There's been some failure issues. i'm not worried about it. That was his answer. I'm not lying so right so this is not what i wanted to hear. This wasn't going to be like the open and shut case that i was hoping to roll into this video. This was like wait a minute. If you're not like you should have a better attitude than i said. Well is there a d. goes nope there's no well there's not the isn't there something and he goes. Well there's a service bulletin. Which is i said. What's the difference between eighty eight service bulletin. And he says an ad is mandatory compliance service. Bulletin is a recommended procedure. And i said did you do the service boat and he goes. Nope and i was like so. You didn't do the service bullet he goes. Nope and i was like why not he goes. Because i'm not worried about it so these are not answers that like inspire confidence right and so i went and looked over the airplane logs. I just poured over the airplane logs and they had eight thousand hours on the airframe which is five hundred more than the aircraft at embry riddle. So i'm sitting here thinking about a logical perspective. Because i didn't like the answer. I got and then i asked i so. I called the mechanics of san carlos slate center who i know and trust and they said no. You guys should be doing that. He's said that that's not that's not. Okay he should have done the service bulletin and they should look at it every annual so i asked the owner of the flying club and i said hey what are you guys do the annual look we look at it every annual we get in there. We inspect it but what he wasn't connecting. Was the failure happened. There was a crack at a point. That's not visible not visible during an annual inspection so inside where the yeah the only way to get to that component is to take the wings off and that's a whole process and i'm sure it's expensive and not fun to do. But he him telling his way to check it without that if if you look at ad they don't recommend remove their now require the removed. Wayne's there is a check that you can do without ruining the ways that will determine if it's At risk interesting. Let's let's talk about that in a second but the wrap up of the story is i thought about it and i actually was about to go get in the airplane to fly back to the bay area to do a lesson with joe i was gonna film the commute to make it a youtube video for last week saying this is how i commute in an airplane and i was gonna use it to take my family to palm springs right after all that happened so if i decide to make this decision. It's like if i decide that this airplanes not safe for me to fly. Based on what. I've just heard from ali people. I'm going to have to call joe and cancelled last minute. I'm going to torpedo the youtube video. And i'm gonna end up driving twelve hours in the motor home with the kids to get to palm springs but you know after talking it over with my wife and she goes. What was her comment. This was the was sealed it for me. She goes she goes. If something happens you can deal with it right. And i said no you're not getting it then wing falls off like it's not because you're dealing with this this is like you're a lawn dart you know and just imagining putting the kids in the back putting my wife in there just imagining anything like that where to possibly happen for me. It was like it was just a no-go so anyway really tough call. I even called flake chops to haven't talked me off a wall. I called the guys on my content team. And i was like did i make the right decision. This is stupid and then two days after we got here to palm springs the faa issued an airworthiness directive. That says. everybody has to do what. We're gonna talk about here. Second so i felt really justified at that point really thankfully at least there's an ad the guys on my team texted me and said it looks like your decision making was okay. You know and i felt really good about having made that decision
Did This Secret Tournament Put Players in Danger?
"In July thirty, first the American. Gaming Network was supposed to host the AG call of duty, Indianapolis Land Event is being promoted as one of the biggest amateur caught events out there with a prize pool of seventy five hundred dollars to be clear. This tournament was not a part of Challengers League, which is the official semi Pro League of Kati Sports AG is a third party tournament organizers according to their website runs tournaments for call of duty Ballard and Rainbow Six. Siege now, as you can imagine what the world in the midst of a pandemic having a bunch of sweaty dudes, Patton to a convention hall is not the Best Look. So on July thirty first the day the tournament was supposed to start Aga decided to move the tournament on mine quote after discussions with representatives from activision, we are decided to change the Indianapolis to be online only for health and safety concerns players are advised to. Participate in the tournament from their home location along we apologize for any inconvenience in which this may bring upon players spectators in organizations. We look forward to working with activision for future events and quote this sentiment was repeated on August first by Jeffrey Elliott who according to a website is the CFO of the company, and well, that sounds like the obvious and smart thing to the tournament allegedly continued as land event later, that same day. Basically, what you just saw looks like that land event with a bunch of Sweaty dudes packed into a convention hall exactly what agents said they didn't want to happen on top of that. Another video surfaced that looks like a bunch of people packed new AIRBNB trying to continue playing the tournament online. Gauge cash a CO founder of. Who has a name that belongs in Mortal Kombat. Distance themselves from the event and said that the indy open was to be played online period but according to report from dexterity, there were allegedly agent employees at the event despite saying they had nothing to do with it. People were even alleging that Augean only put that original statement to hide from activision blizzard who are the publishers of duty. The fact that this land event was still taking place. Now, this whole situation caught the attention of dominating Jilin know who's the general manager for the Toronto Ultra a pro call of duty. Team competing in the call of duty league. She replied to a tweet with quote I reported everything to activision blizzard absolutely stupid and I can't believe that they thought they'd get away with it and be bold enough to posted about it and a former event organizer Adam epic. Kella even weighed in calling the situation a disaster I also reached out to cash Elliott and multiple sponsors associated with the tournament cash. told me that the narrative online is full of lies in isn't true but didn't explain why that's the case and Elliott just pointed to a statement that made after all of. This controversy popped off quote in order to preserve the competitive integrity of the online tournament, we have decided to postpone the second day of competition to next Sunday August ninth twenty twenty due to an overwhelming amount of players away from home with the inability to play in a safe environment we feel that this is the best way to ensure that everyone is competing safely and fairly the remainder of the tournament and quote also when I went back to gather more information on the indie open agent has deleted the page from their website now, even if players ignored AG and Cassius statements. that the tournament had been moved online and even if he had nothing to do with this secret land tournament, the question I have is, why did they wait until the day of the event to move it online? It's not like the pandemic caught everybody off guard both the League and the challengers. League moved all of their remaining tournaments online months ago. Why couldn't agm do the same and remember representative of activision reached out again, which according to their statement is why they decided to move the tournament online and that's pretty big red flag because to me what that says is that was fully prepared to host a pretty big land event in the middle of a pretty dangerous public health crisis, and the only reason they didn't is because activision wealth stepped in and told them not to because let's be honest when you plan to host a land event in the middle of a giant global health crisis, you were putting people in danger now, I have no idea. A is going to take disciplinary action against the players who did show up to this secret tournament. Also cash if you remember is a CO founder of Augean re tweeted somebody comparing the multiple worldwide human rights protests with these tournaments implying that if one is allowed to happen, these tournaments should also be allowed to happen and yeah I don't know if that's chief if Augean knowingly. Secret Land. Event, after saying it was going online that's fucked up and they put people in danger and if that's the case I, hope activision blizzard takes action against these guys.
Pelosi: House 'not prepared' to vote remotely on coronavirus relief bill
"Us that okay our top National Congress could be hours away from agreeing a stimulus package of the few outstanding issues I don't see any that can't be overcome within the next few hours Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer not long ago while they're working on the Senate plan there's another one that just popped up house speaker Nancy Pelosi unveils a two point five trillion dollar Corunna violet coronavirus stimulus bill of around say that six times fast here's Mike our Senate Republican bill put corporations first policy outlined the take responsibility for workers and family acting a plan designed to give Democrats more leverage in negotiations with the White House the house bill would require any corporation accepting federal relief money to prioritize their workers wages and benefits over CEO pay layoffs or stock buybacks federal pandemic unemployment compensation would be six hundred dollars per week and each individual would receive between fifteen hundred dollars of government assistance of up to seventy five hundred dollars for a family of
House Democrats propose cash payments of $1,500 per person
"No deal between Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill to provide trillions of dollars in stimulus money to the floundering economy a third coronavirus responsible from house speaker Nancy Pelosi would offer direct payments to some taxpayers up to fifteen hundred dollars for individuals and seventy five hundred dollars for a family of five would also open up billions of dollars for small businesses and larger corporations like commercial airlines to require that any corporation that takes taxpayer dollars must protect their workers wages and benefits Republicans have criticized provisions of the roughly two and a half trillion dollar proposal calling it a liberal wishlist in pointing to new environmental requirements and new federal early voting and vote by mail mandates
States Take The Wheel Promoting Electric Vehicles
"There are nearly one and a half million electric vehicles on. Us ROADS EV boosters concerned about climate change say many more are needed with little happening at the federal level. Npr's Jeff Brady reports that they're having success getting states to help at a parking lot. Just outside Trenton. New Jersey were standing next to Pam. Franks Orange Chevrolet volt and I picked orange not because I like the color orange but because I wanted the car to be noticed. Frank heads the coalition that got a new law passed a New Jersey. Recently more on that in a minute but first we're going for a dry people like to say gas pedal. Yeah see now accelerator. Frank says her. Little Orange Bolt reduces her carbon footprint. It's quiet and it's fast. I better slow down and we're going to get ticket. We stop at a public charging station. And Frank tells me about her groups big success New Jersey's new law includes up to three hundred million dollars in rebates over ten years to electric vehicle buyers and it's not just any rebates cash on the hood rebate and the law sets ambitious goals in twenty years. Eighty five percent of cars sold a New Jersey half to be electric. It calls for new charging stations around the state to overcome range anxiety. That's the fear of cars. Battery will run out with no place to charge among the supporters where electric utilities. They've been seeing weaker demand for electricity because of more efficient appliances and lighting more vs means more Trinity Sold Chris. Budzynski is what the Utility Company exelon exciting one because outside of California. It's probably the biggest piece of legislation that we've seen that supportive of clean transportation. This has the federal government seems to have taken a backseat in advancing. Evt's there are federal tax credits up to seventy five hundred dollars but only for the first two hundred thousand cars manufacturer sells GM and Tesla already hit that ceiling along with New Jersey other states or helping the EV market notably Maryland Minnesota and Oregon Budzynski. Says all this is good for utilities does represent one of the most significant or more significant opportunities for us probably over the course of the last hundred years with the exception of the introduction of air conditioning not everyone is happy. Oil Companies. Stand to lose gasoline sales. They've opposed some state. Efforts often echoing arguments from consumer advocates. Like Stephanie Brand she directs New Jersey's division of Rate Council and Defense Utility customers interests. Most of those customers can't afford an electric vehicle because the cheapest electric vehicle at this point is about thirty thousand dollars often state programs allow utilities to collect rate payer money to build things like charging stations brand says. That's not fair. Because poor rate payers are subsidizing wealthier. Ones who can afford an E. V. Electric car advocates point out that everyone benefits from cleaner air and there are studies showing a lot more on. The road could actually reduce rates but until you reach a critical mass of electric vehicles. You're not gonna see those effects brand. Her concerns were addressed in New Jersey's legislation. Money from a fund already dedicated to public benefits will be used for the EV rebates elsewhere debates like this will continue as more states seek to boost electric vehicles. In fact pam frank plans to take her orange bolt and her coalition to neighboring states in the Northeast. Very
Man allegedly tried to force the woman into the car after she left the Boston nightclub
"And a man in Boston is being held on seventy five hundred dollars bail accused of trying to kidnap a woman outside a Boston nightclub Tony Santos rained earlier today in municipal court prosecutors said the woman was leaving the venue club around three o'clock Sunday morning which was approached by Santos who offered to give her a ride home it's a she changed her mind but sent us and grabbed her shoved up against a brick wall he was arrested nearby this is a list of charges now including attempted kidnapping and assault and
Mach-E: Meet the new electric Ford Mustang of the future
"Way let's talk about the brand new Mustang did you hear about this did you see it online is the first fully electric vehicle from for the Mustang Mach he now is not your typical Mustang it's an all electric crossover that looks more like an issue Vic now depending upon the model this is pretty sweet you get three hundred miles on a full charge and the high end models are fast I'm talking about going from zero to sixty in a little over three seconds kind of fast losing my Ferrari my F. twelve berlinetta it goes from zero to sixty in two point and hide seconds this thing smokes my Ferrari it also has a few upgrades you haven't really seen before before like the ability to use your phone to unlock the issue very as a massive tablet style infotainment system on the dash looks kinda like a Tesla there but the most notable part about it all of it is the price the base model starts at about forty four thousand dollars goes up to sixty thousand for the GTA and that also excludes get this you get some federal tax incentives up to seventy five hundred dollars you have to be patient you can reserve the car now but you're not gonna see until next year but back to Tesla they've got something new in the works to it's not a sedan or an SUV get ready for the test will pick up truck we don't have all the details at the moment because I'm recording the show actually hours before the official announcement but the code name is this cyber track and you on must previously said it should have a starting price under fifty grand we have all the information about it in the forward over at commander dot com but it sure would be nice to see another truck on the road other than the Ford one fifty
Mustang Mach-E Specs Revealed!
"The MACHI GT. Which is the fastest plus sense? Ford hasn't sold that many employees the company still has its full Number of of federal tax rebates and those equals seventy five hundred dollars. So if you buy a mock e you get you still get seventy seventy five hundred dollar tax credit and that makes a big difference especially when you're comparing the prices to say when the model e comes out Tesla does not have that rebate anymore more because it sold so many electric cars. Now you will have to wait a little while for Amok e they're taking pre orders now you can put down a five hundred dollar refundable deposit but they're not going to start arriving until closer to the end of two thousand twenty and those will be more expensive versions like there's a first edition in a and a premium version that I think they're selling
This is what makes the Mustang Mach-E special
"The MACHI GT. Which is the fastest plus sense? Ford hasn't sold that many employees the company still has its full Number of of federal tax rebates and those equals seventy five hundred dollars. So if you buy a mock e you get you still get seventy seventy five hundred dollar tax credit and that makes a big difference especially when you're comparing the prices to say when the model e comes out Tesla does not have that rebate anymore more because it sold so many electric cars. Now you will have to wait a little while for Amok e they're taking pre orders now you can put down a five hundred dollar refundable deposit but they're not going to start arriving until closer to the end of two thousand twenty and those will be more expensive versions like there's a first edition in a and a premium version
The Mustang Grows Up — And Goes Green
"It's official from the automaker Ford when you think of a Mustang you probably picture a muscle car but the new Mustang Mackey is something a little differences Ford's Ted Candace some people it's just my thing is always for them and their entire trajectory of their lifestyle in this really wide and what a Mustang could be from a body style so can give some additional opportunities that you've never had before the monkey is a four door cross over and it's electric we have two battery packs of standard and then an extended range back going to have to and over three hundred mile range but can it says it's not all about efficiency and our GT buried in the year or the sixties that are going to be in the mid three the machi starts at just over forty three grand and that's before seventy five hundred dollar Evey tax credit don't worry if you still wanna be eight Mustang though it's another horse in the stable if you will I'm Dave Packer
Is BizAv Entering The Third Age Of Aviation?
"What was the highlight or alone lider help us out well certainly Monday nights Gulfstream roll out of the g seven hundred sales mockup amid a multi million dollar extravaganza telescoping led jumbotrons and smoke and sound the end and light flashes and so forth those pretty much stole the show and I think the significance of g seven hundred was that cost name whether they wanted not Kinda got eclipsed by global seventy five hundred here's an airplane to go seventy seven hundred files business aviation's first for section did you really say eclipse anyway you know all of the thunder at the top end of the market Peru can produce the ultimate over jet seems to have been stolen by bombarded with global seventy five hundred you know the folks Savannah near the editor something so what they've done is a very clever stretching of g six fifty and they stretched it by ten feet and of course I will tell you when you stretch an airplane you can re Lee add a lot of volume to it for very little weight increase and saw the airplanes been stretched the airplane has the same weighing as the g six fifty it has new winglets to lower drag and new engines that Guy talked about and a new flight deck that has taken from the G. five hundred six hundred so called Jesus Surrey's a which is symmetry which is based on active side sticks and touchscreens an iphone for avionics if you will and the need a g seven and g five hundred g six hundred type rating instead of g six fifty type rating to fly the G. Seven hundred even what's a derivative of g six fifty now the airplane because it stretched only gained about fifteen hundred pounds of empty weight and Gulfstream's managed to stuff another twelve hundred pounds of fuel onboard they're claiming the airplane will not have any more range initially than the seventy five hundred mile g six fifty we all know here that Gulfstream is not going to allow Bob Party to have boardroom bragging rights with a four Cabinet Uber jet that has more range than airplanes so you know people I talked to think it'll APP seventy eight hundred eight thousand miles range when it comes out but I think Gulfstream really kind of Stole the show on Monday night you know what what did you folks that how did you how do you think it compares you know Plane plane with with the bombarding well The airplane is ten feet longer now it has two extra windows in each side and Gulfstream specifications showed the cabin is almost two feet longer than the global seventy five hundred Each of those four living spaces should be better and I think that from my experience lead the Gulfstream will have not only the highest pressurization class mind you you know forty five thousand feet the pressurization on g seven hundred as she six fifty gives you like a four thousand foot cabin uh-huh and from what I've seen these are the quietest business jets in the Sky I believe the Gulfstream will have a substantially quieter airplane them Bob Barker Jake the global seventy five hundred what's what's the price seventy five million dollars only that only why is that for seventy five hundred dollars seventy five million dollars well you get we'll head up displays with standard enhanced vision and synthetic vision on displays get symmetry cockpit you get standard k a band sat gone and he played with the same bill you know you can do a void calling on Asan you can stream movies this has become the standard and I think that at the cabin experience will be at least as good if not better than global seventy five hundred because it slightly larger quieter and bombarding a is here at the show is highlighting there Interior of seventy five hundred with the law Fra the opera soundsystem strategically placed so it's like the taking the home theater experience and putting that into your airplane at Swiss to cheech strategically placed speakers and all that and the new seats or it's almost like a seat contest in a way like especially designed seeds and beautiful interiors on both of these what's really interesting molly and thank you for bringing Matt up you take a look at how these airplanes have been positioned in the market you don't see the videos where they're planning stuff with executives going from city to city Doing Business deals man this is a fly Ferretti Yacht you see families and dogs and beautiful people inexpensive closed and they're listening to Laborat- Stereo Systems and seeing four K. movies this is a lifestyle experiences for me Geez you know after almost four decades and business aviation dime shift to see these manufacturers go after high net worth individuals and the lifestyle segment business people due to the mood lighting and to if you go from so you're less jet lag so you kind of recreate the you know you're the different daylight nighttime die you're doing inside but at seventy five million I think I think the bottle mine is GONNA pay for more than more than individuals I would think of all the airplanes going out there that maybe I don't eighty five percent would go to these individuals or what do you think no actually there's been quite a bit of shift and I think both bombarded and Gulfstream of said these things now predominantly or going to hide Nassar's individuals as opposed to corporations they announced still watch customer had her executive right and also put the flex jet to add it to their flex jet yet is going to be I and and Embraer's going to flex shit now as well right one and one point five billion dollars worth of member airs that's Interesting Guy day Fred raise the point about the engines are they special I mean most most Gulfstream's have had roles from the start not all yeah no not all not all well this is very interesting point here I think what you're seeing is now the the next phase of this ongoing battle that we've nest Zena the top end of of the Corpus jet market where these these UBI jets as Fred rightly calls them kind of the broad out of the the factors the very best of new technologies that's been developed not only for these this what is admittedly a niche market but also springing off work in doing it back on the headquarters for that commercial programs so for example Jeez spun the passport engine which took over at bombard ea for for a while at the top end of the market with the equal which they then produced the passed ball from Pratt and Whitney of course came out of a similar concept of common in core program for the for the geared turbofan which then managed to get hold of this the top end of the Gulfstream market temporarily taking the crown away from rolls-royces equally right you mentioned so roles similar program it's called the advance series so the advanced three is currently developing as the basis for their next Generation big commercial engines the advanced two is where the Pearl comes on the Pearl is the engine for Fred's chat it's the pill seven hundred it's a piece of engineering excellent by what we've seen so far it's remarkable it's going to fifty one point inch diameter titanium uh-huh bliscoll fan that means that the blades is twenty four of them and they're actually permanently attached to the to the hub itself they're not sloppy it and like you used to be able to it's a that's a lighter weight solution is more narrow dynamically advanced to and it's called Scott this very high Asia ratio core twenty four to one inside the engine the first six play first stages of high pressure compressor also blessed for the same reason of weight it's altogether remarkable piece of Kit and I think you know to the point it's actually continuing this philosophy of using
Can an app make the call on baseball umpires?
"It it's like money ble for Umpires from American public media this is marketplace tack demystifying the Digital Economy. I'm gotten wrong I asked Williams what's the idea behind turning the spotlight on the Yom's umpires on average make fourteen bad calls a game so that's make those instances less frequent over the summer robot umpires helped officiate minor league game the goal is not only to improve accuracy the calls but despite on behind home plate I think there's a great opportunity here as well just for fans to learn more about how it is to be an umpire the profession itself and Technology that tells you where the strike zone is and shows you the accuracy rate but yet behind home plate these umpires have to do it the old fashioned way just by human judgement and they WANNA make it free right well baseball is a game of nights and nine innings nine people in the field and I thought ninety nine cents was roughly one point six errors per inning that can dramatically impact game so it's really interesting to say will what areas are they weakest in market inefficiencies and squeeze every last bit of productivity out of their players but another issue is when an umpire gets a call wrong and Major League Baseball is trying years and I'm sure by fans that the Jacksons are occurring in part because of disputes of calls behind home plate so there is a need to improve what's going on all that can be used by major league baseball could be used by themselves really the study they're blind spots areas where they could improve that was going to ask you about the scrutiny this year was over two hundred twenty ejections it was thirty five percent greater than it was last year so there is increased frustration by players and manager how could improve it. I was GONNA ask you you of course are a finance professor this APP is it's going to cost us a book to to download former dramatically behind home plate there is no technology at all the fans when we're watching on TV or if you're livestream and you have access it up the game to get more butts in the seats Boston University professor Mark Williams thinks there's a way to use technology to make human better at their jobs before we turn the reins over to the bots he launched an APP that serves as a kind of digital baseball card for empires it's called up scores you can see how many calls have given empire has historic right proverbial emails and letters about that aren't doing the job right well the hope here is that this APP is really going to highlight those really strong ops and also give a tool vampires and how it could change the game it sounds like you think they do need more help from technology is that fair absolutely I think human collaboration with technology will improve outright it this labor of love I I don't expect to break even at all on this but I do expect to help fans and hopefully better the game through the for example some do really well in domes others not so much scrutinized to that extent where coaches are throwing red flags and asking that A strike call be reviewed well right now the Jackson rates humans make mistakes are we worried about sort of call reviews and things like that like we see in in certainly the NFL I mean our umpires going to be range of being able to jump Mark Williams developed an APP called up score grades umps and also shows us that weather conditions affect certain empires just like it does the player now for some related links Williams a red sox fan told me that he imagines one day fans will turn his into a sort of fantasy sports game so instead you know there are certain ups for example that do very well in certain parks there's certain upset do very well with certain pitchers and certain teams so the data's there drafting a shortstop and getting points when he hits a homer you'll be drafting umpires get points for their accuracy behind the plate it sounds crazy but I also thought I'd Rabin a fantasy Gulf league and if you're not into fantasy umpiring quite yet you might be interested in a different new Athens evaluates a pitcher's performance instead in all I'm doing is really creating the analytics so is mlb going to ask you if if they should be using this app they are the are the fans going to be able to sort of called pitch greater there's a piece about it on the ringer it was developed by Wayne boil a long island engineer who spent decades designing audio equipment he only at the APP to help his kid make his high school baseball team. The APP takes pitch data and tries to predict the batter's weaknesses strengths and most importantly how to exploit them after James we've got more INFO on marketplace tech dot Org and according to the trade publication baseball reference like we told you earlier baseball is trying to do what it can news in a given game last year that number was a record high four point three six that's an awful lot of time for peanuts and Cracker Jack Eight which means less money for teams but the League isn't just talking about robot arms to speed things up officials say they're discussing limiting the number of pitchers at team can to speed up the game because slower games means fewer ticket sales attendance has declined for six of the past seven seasons and fewer admissions means a lower college baseball team started using the APP it became boils new source of income he charges seventy five hundred dollars a year for amateur teams and fifteen thousand dollars a year for protein with the world series just around the corner were hearing a lot about player's stats teams have been taught to use baseball's copious amounts of data to exploit I'm a dealer and that's marketplace tech this is APN. 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"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"I think i just saw telemarketer on the gulf screen door how is it eight hundred number popped up goodness gracious welcome it's eric erickson here the phone number here if you wanna be a part of the program so marketers four oh four eight seven two zero seven five zero one eight hundred wsb talk as i mentioned earlier i mean i'm i'm some would be flippant about bernie marcus but i'm glad to take his money help sponsored this conference now with a this extra security we're gonna have to do dude or a vip in the presidential blue piping and draping and stuff that comes with it but if you've got a business you in a profile yuna set up a vendor booths there's something that the research together we've got space now we think we're gonna have it a we we would love to have view and promote promotes you're a business or nonprofit he will cost obviously a for the floor space seventy five hundred dollars but we're happy to take it in you'd be helping us in you would be able to advertise and whatnot but a win win for all of us they're gonna be tons of people there a just reach out to us eric at the resurgent dot com have you talk about it we have so much more this evening that we have to talk about including the anti fa situation in portland oregon here here's the thing you need to begin with who are the v fascists who were the fascists we had be proud boy march a you know the the lawn chairs tiki torch you idiots in charlottesville virginia but i don't see this this fascist movement regularly on display in in america mr eric from we have donald trump in the white house what more do you need actual facts fascists where were they actual fascist i i rarely see people i see couple idiots marching a in a bunch of old white dudes in polo shirts with tiki torches in charlottesville but i don't see some organized sustained movement but i do within chief up meaning chief has largely taken over law enforcement in portland oregon the police there are deeply upset about it and are now more and more speaking out the mayor is the police commissioner an has ordered the police in oregon in portland oregon the stand aside in a private citizens are being harassed in their businesses targeted and shaking down by anti fa you know get ted cruz saying it even the federal government needs to get involved with what's going on they're so a journalist was attacked yesterday and it is fascinating to watch a bunch of blue checkmark individuals on social media who call themselves journalists who have been outraged by the president's calling the press the enemy of the people in now what's tabby they're defending anti fa for beating up a journalist because he's not there kind of journalist is just a very interesting dynamic there we need to explore this and i wanna walk you're back through some of the dynamics of the media in their handling of in overtime i am here until seven o'clock tonight as well we've got a lot of stuff to cover tonight we also need covered jay johnson this is only now hitting the wires jay johnson is brock obama's secretary of homeland security he is defending donald trump's processing of children into detention facilities along the border and the left is losing their mind over obama's homeland security be cheap defending the trump administration i actually got the audio of it and we will play that for you when we come back here on wsb.
"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Confessions of a Marketer
"A factor of your sponsorship, you can look at earned media as an equivalent of your digital impressions if that's what it was all about. So you can break them down by channel if you'd like, but a good starting point is twelve dollars per thousand or one point two cents per impression. Then he say one thing about digital media, an av if I could before we wrap things up because I'd be remiss if I didn't talk about this certain aspect of av and digital that can really demonstrate value in an exponential way. So you have your impressions you have the number of people that became aware of the brand is a part of the digital either earned or paid media. But what's different is the call to action or what was driving people to the web, or what drove that presence and were there any called actions that resulted in a click because of that. So if you had marketing that was pushing a certain patch tag, that hashtag was associated with a URL. And that you are L was landing them on a page, that in some way, move the consumer through the purchase cycle. Move them towards a revenue generating events, then that click, those clicks have value beyond just the impressions that are circling around them, those clicks, have a value that are equivalent to what it would have cost to purchase that click through a campaign. So let's say and sometimes that money can be significant. So if you're in the finance or the mortgage industry, take, for example, or maybe some medical or some legal categories clicks can run fifty seventy five hundred dollars or more. And if you're generating a campaign, that's generating impressions that are driving called actions that resulting clicks to destination pages that move people towards a revenue generating event than those clicks have the value equivalency of, what would it cost as a CBC or campaign? So keep that in mind. And, and don't say yourself short, if there's if that's a part of your activation, let's make sure you get those captured. And that's how we would approach coupling the dollar value of impressions. And how we would think about. Counting impressions. And how we do it in a reliable way. T- mystifying data podcast, premiers, in July on pod co media networks and the top podcast apps. Check. Demystifying data dot CO for days..
Tesla's Deliveries Plummet; What's Next For Model 3?
"Said this week that a delivered about sixty three thousand vehicles in its latest period. If you're keeping tabs that is worse than analysts already lowered expectations figure reflecting total deliveries of the model three model ass and model. X cars shares fell about eight percent in Thursday morning trading as questions about Tesla's ability to meet ambitious sales targets continue to move overhead. Let's get more joining us via Skype in San Francisco is the Wall Street Journal's Tim Higgins Tatum. Why the slowdown what seems to be the biggest roadblock in Tesla's way. Ideally at wants to pump out new deliveries why the lack of a smooth ride see only two car puns this time, Tim I'm getting I'm getting out of the way early. So that will be it. Go perfect. Well, this is a complicated messy quarter. Tesla said that it was hindered. By the fact, that it was for the first time shipping model series to Europe and to China, and that it was more. Complicated than they expected that they had dealt with in the past. We know that there was some customers shoes bringing the vehicles in China and Alon must see yo had previously suggested that there was some parts issues for the European market. So it's it's a complex and logistically challenging thing to take vehicles overseas. And that's a Tesla's always kinda struggled when it's brought new vehicles to other countries. So going into this period. Some analysts had expected that there would be challenges there the extent of challenges, however, and the effect on the the results was bigger than Wall Street expected and opens up a more questions about the demand for Tesla's vehicles. Remember at the beginning of the first quarter. Tesla surprised a lot of people by lowering the price of its vehicles in this came as the US federal. Tax credit begins to phase out for for vehicles. He used to be seventy five hundred dollars. It's gone to half that amount and is going to go to zero by the end of the year, the start of next year, and is concerned that that essentially as a price increase for people here in the states, and tesla was trying to respond by cutting the price, and it did multiple price cuts on the model three and some might expect that that would have helped manned and so to see the the dramatic drop offs, especially in the model asks in the model X has raised just a lot of concerns. Tesla would say that part of that is because there was a poll forward of demand into the fourth quarter with customers rushing out to get those vehicles before the tax credit started to phase out. But whatever the case it raises questions about where the model S in the model X which have been the core which have which has been the business for tesla for. Quite a while here. What's going to happen to those that that revenue stream and those in the profitability of those vehicles just going forward for tesla? Right. Not to mention, you know, the model three getting that model. Three to customers has been looming over tesla ever since it cranked up production. What are the folks that you talk to what do they rumbling about? When do these concerns start to Trump that unshakable? Tesla optimism. What was shares plummet shortsellers, those investors who bet against the company really crying a victory on Twitter. It's full of comments about how they were. Right. They believe that we've seen tesla. The peak tesla that the narrative of this company unstoppable narrative is peaked long-term investors. Those those who who believe in in with the company is vision and selling they they stay potential for the second quarter that there are already. Ready ten thousand vehicles and transit those will be sales in the second quarter that tesla will work through its challenges in Europe, and China, and that China in particular is going to be a huge market for the company. Ulan musk has already begun construction of factory there specifically for the model three and then the upcoming model lie small compact car to be built in China for the China market in. They see a lot of potential there. So. To say that the we're kind of a pivot point it's hard to tell because the essentially the first quarter is a mess in. It's hard to understand what the real demand for the model. Three is at this point, a where things are the model S model X level. There's some suggestion that demand for the vehicles here in the US has decreased. But it's unclear if it's decreased store if the company was just sending its inventory to new markets. Does it all come down to money as it always does and trying to make more of it one of the bigger kind of things that emerges out of this this? These results is going to be just greater emphasis and greater concern about where Tesla's cast cash position is this had been a area of concern for much of last year as as delays and bringing the model three up to a higher production level meant that the company was eating in. To it's small cash balance in raising concerns of whether there would be enough cash Yuan musk would routinely talk about how he did not want did not need to raise additional funds. And that once the company hit a consistent rate of of build for the model three and can pump those vehicles out in the cell in bring a new revenue that that would take care of Tesla's cash needs the idea being that the company would be self funding, and then could pay for all of its ambitious growth going forward. So it's been kind of the story that the company has been selling, and and we get here at the end of the first quarter. And we know that there was a huge hit to the company's cash bounce during the period because it had to pay back nearly one billion dollar debt during that period in this the idea that it it. It's sales didn't meet expectations didn't meet its own expectations. It lowered prices it closed stores. It's taking hits for laying people off. Off these are all very expensive things. And you know, what's that cash? Balance going to beat the company says it's sufficient amount. But whatever the case is it's not going to be a lot. And they're going to be lots of people talking on Wall Street about how tesla needs to raise more money. And if they do that at this point, it's going to be not at a position of strength, which is where you wanna raise money, but it's going to be a weakened position, and which could make it more expensive or potentially harder.
Tesla Cuts Prices, Model 3 Deliveries Miss Target
"Tesla says it will reduce prices on three of its electric vehicle models after it reported the global delivery is more than triple during the last quarter of two thousand eighteen those delivery numbers however were short of expectations. Tesla also said full your deliveries had a total of more than two hundred forty five thousand for two thousand eighteen that's more than double the previous year. Joining us from San Francisco with more is Wall Street Journal reporter, Tim Higgins, first of all Tim by how much will prices come down. Tesla says they're bringing the prices of their vehicles down by two thousand dollars. That's particularly meaningful for the model three which is Tesla's attempt at mass market car. Ilan must the CEO as long talked about having that vehicle cost thirty five thousand dollars. But he hasn't been able to sell it at that point yet and this new price cut brings it down to forty four thousand dollars. And there's some suggestion. The company keeps saying that they continue to push. Bring it down a lower in a later date, which other vehicles will see price cuts. Well, tesla is largely known these days for the model three the compact sedan, but the bread and butter has been previously the model S the large, Dan, and the model X the SUV model those vehicles amounted to about one hundred thousand the ical and twenty eight teen actually just short of a hundred thousand vehicles total and that was a missed for the company. Elon Musk had said that they were going to do one hundred thousand vehicles, basically what they did in twenty seventeen but came up just a just a hair short of that goal. Why is tesla cutting prices, Tim? Well, there's a couple of things going on here. Tesla for the last few years has benefited from a federal tax incentive that its customers can take advantage of if they bought an electric car here in the US that credit was was worth seventy five hundred dollars. It's being phased out because tesla has reached a sales milestone in the US of two. Hundred thousand so beginning January one of this year, it gets down at its haft. And then a later this year, it's decreased again, and then by next year it goes away. And so essentially what tesla is saying is that the they're trying to make up a little of that tax break that people were getting with this two thousand dollar decrease in price and to make it easier to get into vehicles. Okay. Now, you write that tesla said the total deliveries feel by increased production and sales of the model three sedan more than triple to ninety thousand seven hundred in the fourth quarter from nearly thirty thousand a year earlier, but that sort of missed the Mark analysts from facts that were expecting total deliveries of ninety two thousand fourth quarter deliveries of the model three rose to sixty three thousand one fifty from fifteen hundred fifty year earlier, a big jump at analysts still expected sixty four thousand nine hundred and Tesla's stock fell Wednesday after these deliveries came up short are deliver. Coming up short because demand slumping or their production problems. I know Elon Musk has wrestled with trying to boost production and also lowering the prices, why were the deliveries even though the jump seem rather impressive. Why were they disappointing? This is the challenge for tesla. And a lot of ways he eighteen was a banner year for them. Total sales went to almost two hundred fifty thousand units compared to a hundred thousand or so and twenty seventeen and even fewer than that in twenty sixteen. So that's dramatic growth. But it's at an expectation game Yuan must see oh had promised to build a half a million vehicles and twenty eighteen so he came up short in that regard part of that a big part of that is because the model three has turned out to be a lot harder to make any expected. It took him a lot longer to to ramp up production at the California factory where he's building them. And so it wasn't really. Still the second half of last year that tesla was able to start churning out the the model threes at a rate that could start to to meet the customer demand. Well, once they do that they had they struggled to put those vehicles in the hands of customers for logistic reasons. So they have seen dramatic sales growth, they missed their target there by a hair, if you will it tends to be that way for tests, and some of these things they they're getting closer to what they they.
Can Trump yank GM's electric vehicle tax credit?
"Of the business. But. Could've told everybody awhile ago. President Trump tweeting his administration is looking at cutting GM subsidies because of the move the US currently offers a federal tax credit of as much as seventy five hundred dollars per new electric vehicle purchased in the US GM's has many impacted workers will have the opportunity to shift to other GM plants. Ryan burrow, ABC news. Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell speaking on the state of the US economy ABC's, Mike Remmel reporting from New York Powell speaking at the economic club of New York says he's pleased with the state of the US economy saying he believes the economy is near maximum employment and price stability unemployment rate is three point seven percent of forty nine year. Low and many other measures of
Trump threatens General Motors subsidies over plant closures
"Story. President Trump threatening to cut subsidies for GM a day after the company announced plant closures and layoffs in a tweet. The president says he's disappointed in GM's decision to close plants in Ohio. Michigan in Maryland, saying the US save General Motors, and quote, this is the thanks. We get Trump and said his administration is looking at cutting federal subsidies for the company GM's fully electric Chevy bolt is eligible for seventy five hundred dollar federal tax credit. And while Trump might be looking to remove that GM is already nearing sales. That would see the
"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast
"They're also allowing users like an AM to fifty or seemed to fifty which are built on the same panel, but had less sophisticated hardware to send in those monitors and get them upgraded to the to DM to fifty hardware for a low cost. So that's another way that they're getting DM to fifties out in the field. And then if you wanted, you could trade in your current DM to fifty in order to get up to seventy five hundred dollars off the cost of an XM fifty five or sixty five. So planters doing a lot to keep deem to fifties. Officially in stock, keep them out in the field, keep them in people's hands and gets a really nice customer service move and very excited to see the exempt fifty five and sixty five's in color. Sweet soon. Last, but not least aperture who started shipping the aperture one, twenty two. We, I thought back at any being April and we got to play with a little bit and the marquee improvement. The one they are pushing hearts, thirty percent, brighter output for the same power draw and thirty percent more power drawing the same literacy, totally great. But we were actually more pressed. We got to play with it a little bit. In this couple weeks, we've been were pressed with a little hardware tweaks. They made the yoke that Luxton the lights, angle, dramatically stronger used to be this little plastic thing. And now it's this big metal thing. And you know if you're putting a sock soft box in the front, you need a strong yoke. The Mark one didn't have one. So often you'd put on a big bucks drip. We put on six foot dropbox. We locked down with that middle yoke. It stayed perfectly in place for shoot. It was great. They also really unified the cabling, getting rid of one of the cable works, which super appreciated and they are now shipping these new barn doors as a separate set accessory, which. The first barn doors I've run across lined with velvet is this thing that like other people do I've missed. I don't have seen this. Let me know on Twitter. I'm at Charles Haine visiting other people do. But for me, it's the first time of velvet line, barn doors. I think the ideas it's gonna, make a harder cutline by preventing internal reflections. It looks really cool. It is up to the touch we put on the unit. It's a hard cutline. You get out of the. Barn door, but we don't have like a, we have two identical velvet and not velvet barn doors. We into a scientific comparison, but it is pretty cool along with that. They've updated a whole bunch of their other accessories, including the light dome. It's now ways like pops open, like an umbrella if anybody remembers how hard to set up the original dome. Major improvement from aperture back with us. No film school de Robards asks, I'm writer director and I'm working fulltime forty, fifty hours a week job. I balance my work and my directing and writing, and I usually use my own money to fund my movies. I've always wanted to get into freelance life, but I keep feeling less and less interested in doing so mostly because of how slowly money could be coming in for a few months. I was wondering, is it essential? Go free Lance, or could I make it in a fulltime job while also making movies and writing? So d there's a ton of variables here to navigate first off. No. If you are happy with the creative outlet right now that you have..
"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Or whether we're going to invest that money and our children. All we go into realign the political system in this state to pour more resources into education over the incarceration of our youth. In this state, we spent about seventy five hundred dollars a year in educating a kid in near north of thirty thousand dollars a year to incarcerate there's a mismatch and priorities there. It's important to me that we look top to bottom at our budget. Yes, we're going to ensure that everybody pays their fair share a regular everyday, working people at this state already pay our fair share. It's time to ensure that corporations also contribute to the pot in such a way that frankly. Enriches them when we produce good educated talent that that provides a great workforce for them. When we pour into our next generation technology that helps the corporations, we become a state that people want to locate in and corporations want to locate in when we produce good, solid, solid qualified talent to fuel our workforce. I think that's the vision we want to try to elevate not a low wage economy where people have to work multiple jobs and wanted to make ends meet Mr Mayor Sam Stein air. Congratulations on the primary victory. Last night I saw you say sometime last night in the fauria that you didn't really talk a lot about Donald Trump during the primary campaign. I guess perhaps I'm sort of curious how that's possible because he dominates everything, but in reality, the truth is his fingerprints are all over our political system. Obviously, in your state, a huge population of Puerto Ricans have fled that island, for instance, because of the federal response to hurricane there. So as a general question, I am curious. A lot of Trump voters are fully committed to this man in won't break with them over pretty much anything, but you do need to reach these people Florida's very swing state. You do need three to these people. So what is your message to perhaps the most committed Trump voter the person who's watching Fox News?.
Airline employee steals plane, takes off, then crashes
"Seatac airport turns deadly after an airport worker violates airport, security details now from ABC's Alec stone in audio statement posted on a blog Alaska Airlines confirms its plane was stolen by an employee who took off without, authorization and then crashed the plane believe it was taken by a single horizon air employees and, that no other
"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on The Daily
"My name is ancor al i'm reporter on the metro desk and i met jenny on monday her full name is ginny gonzales she's a migrant from watt amalia and she had traveled across quantum allah and mexico to zona where after crossing the border she was picked up by border patrol along with her three children lester yemi lean and they win there eleven nine and six and taken into detention a few days after being held together the kids were sleeping on the ground and they were woken up and taken from her to beth last week you brought us the story of one lawyer who's representing a mother in detention in arizona and her three children who are in foster care here in new york has he been able to reunite that family yet no he hasn't jamie the lawyers name is jose javier are chena and he's in this royer jose are chena he hears about johnny's case for one of her relatives and after getting nowhere he decides to talk to the media and call attention to what's going on but now he called me today and he said it looks like he will meet with them very soon he also had his first phone call with the mom she's in the aloi detention center in arizona she's from guatemala she wants a silom so jose tells reporters that the judge in arizona has set jenny's blonde at seventy five hundred dollars and a writer here in new york here's that on the radio and decides to launch a crowdfunding effort a gofundme campaign on her behalf ladies and gentlemen success so this paper the second papers means that yanni is approved for release today she's officially been in detention since may eighteenth so you'll be on and within days they had raised enough money not only to cover her bond but to actually finance a road trip from arizona to new york city and join her kids so everything shifted and i decided to fly to pittsburgh to meet denny for the last leg of her trip so we are just leaving pittsburgh i'm in the car with jenny and a few other journalists are driver hoard hey who is one of the volunteers who has driven jenny all the way from arizona to her destination new york city where we are scheduled to arrive tonight we are all squeezed into an suv and i sort of seated right next to yeni and i start making small talk did you see and yet i'm hiring this is an this eating your who is be none of this e so jenny's telling me that she left on may fourteenth from her town in what amoah with her three kids and they took the bus all the way across tamala she decided to leave with her three children so that they could be safe and have a future in the united states and she said if she had known she never would have made this trip she had no idea that zero tolerance was in fact that there was this policy of separating children from their parents it had gone into effect only about a week before she set out so she had no idea and neither did the mothers that she was with coming again the which past passed with those jenny tells me that once they were picked up by border patrol they were taken to a detention center in yuma and just a half hour after arriving they were told by an agent that they were going to be separated that the government was gonna take her children and that she was going to be deported to autumn allah and once the hurt children wants her children heard that they started crying and she was trying to.
"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on The Takeaway
"And she raised money to bond this woman out of detention because or china or a chain i because he was a lawyer representing her most of these moms don't have lawyers on the outside i was gonna ask you like what ends up happening if you're somebody that can't get a lawyer or just majority have someone raise money because they're feeling generous like what happens to people kind of like a unicorn and that the family contacted a lawyer who was able to represent her and push being pushy new yorker kept trying to see the kids and then made a deal with ice to bond her out for seventy five hundred dollars and when these volunteers had raised enough money just in time for that he flew to arizona we we went with him and he got her out of detention on thursday and then other volunteers drove her all the way to new york so this is a very unusual story and so for those people who don't have access aren't we we've been hearing about the shortage of of attorneys and pro bono folks who are able to help these folks where do people go to find their children for example of genie's kids didn't have the phone number written or or memorize what would have happened to them well in new york and i believe in general there's a process for the foster care agencies taking these kids to have legal screening in new york it's catholic charities of new york they told me they have screened all of the children who are in the foster carriage and season new york by now and they are giving some of them legal representation others they're waiting to connect with the families to hear what they want and most of the children they said just wanna go back to their home countries which is because a lot of the parents are going to be deported let's face it and so then it's going to be a mess of matching the kids with the parents either before they go back to their home countries or after but some of the kids may have legit asylum cases that the attorneys will bring on behalf of of the moms or or fathers just like jose hover or chena is going to do for jenny kansallis garcia he says she does have an asylum case and he wants to represent her however she will probably move to north carolina where those relatives are and then it will be another lawyer because her case will be transferred to the immigration court there you mentioned a yuga the center where a lot of these children are here in east harlem what how are they handling this influx of children that they weren't expecting to have necessarily i honestly don't know because they have refused to talk to any media they won't return any calls i briefly went in there with the lawyer when he finally got to visit the children last week and i could see a lot of young people running around it seemed like they've never handled anything like this before and they're really under a lot of pressure because they have a contract with the federal government and they probably feel like we got to be pretty careful here but as to your question about the lawyers i can tell you that when when women parents are in detention they are given a list of legal service organizations but the very very few of them can handle the volume like this and so genuine she was released got a slip of paper with the names of local legal service organizations in the phoenix area thankfully sherri had her own attorney but i you know it's doubtful that they could have handled every one of those people who are being pulled into detention right now and here in new york where immigrants the best chance of representation according to data most of them do have lawyers when they go to immigration court i'm hearing from the lawyers that they are overwhelmed partly because the cases of become more complicated now under the trump administration and so they're taking longer to do their cases which makes it harder to represent every person that they would like to represent what happens to jenny and her kids now well she will visit with them today she cannot be formally reunited with them in terms of having them in her custody because there's a big bureaucracy right now the federal government has decided that they want to treat every parent as though they're sponsor and interview them background check fingerprint all this stuff.
"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on The Money Guy Show
"But it pushes this car up to fifty seven thousand dollars now right now there is a seventy five hundred dollar tax credit now the way this tax credit works with the federal government is that went up until they hit two hundred thousand cars manufactured over the next to fall in quarters it's going to be a draw down of that credit goes from seventy five hundred thirty some fifty essentially goes in half so i'm i'm you know there's a lot of speculation out there because we're getting close to two hundred thousand cars it's either gonna happen this quarter which is second quarter twenty eighteen or it's going to happen in the third quarter so a lot of people are wondering will be lawn and tusla game the system and even if they getting close to two hundred thousand maybe shift some of the money cars up to canada this is two hundred thousand the united states to extend that credit but there's a seventy five hundred dollars credit but that's probably going away at some point the future so win the more affordable version comes out the thirty five thousand probably not going to be a tax credit out there unless they've somehow some bids the government to to to extend this thing so that's how much the cost is so i i've mentioned earlier this is probably great competition currently and she gobble up a lot of market share from mid size one jewelry brands i don't think it's mainstream yet because fifty seven thousand dollars is still an expensive car at that point i think when it gets the thirty five thousand now we might be getting to something something which is a little more competitive with mainstream so let's talk about the cost of electricity because if the purchase price is is there a way we can make this thing up through maintenance or cost of electricity this was the most shocking thing because i think if you ask the man on the street i mean bow before you knew about my tesla experience do you know is gas cheaper erlich trinity do you know i.
"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
"Given no offense they're computer programmers but little computer a little but like look dog named your sex called after harbor medicine what do you offer me what do you want to know i mean and here's the crazy thing on their website they had said they hold seminars and training programs for people quote concerned with developing their skills in quote that seems weirdly vague you guy all oh my my god you're going to be bullet points after that to the understand what skills your defense earning but not limited to sexy skills you know the kinds of sex people like these multi day workshops cost up to seventy five hundred dollars wow and so anyway it was apparently a period scheme which time recruits were exploited both sexually an for their labor to the defendants benefit which were both house mac and the computer programmer keith again my brother's name is keith and if he was a computer programmer a promise you would start a call how do you think the people fell who were there were like never approach for the sex stuff just for their labor they're like no you're just you're just a shelf stack or they're like never you never you're secretly offended like you're you're secretly glad you're like whoa that's good scary but at the same time they what's what's wrong with me i'm like i thought you told me i was valuable i'm not in every way i just look i know their clubs and their groups.
"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on The Tesla Show
"But anyways, I feel like the bigger issue is that they have done this because they wanted people who knew about Tesla's already to experience the model three in its most wart filled state. And I think, you know, our experience with software sort of is similar in that if you have the choice, you would prefer to invite customers or friends of the company or folks who are more technically minded to us early versions of software, not because you want them to have early access as sort of a gift, but because you know, they will be more accommodating. They have a cognitive bias co of this. This is exploiting human weakness here. I know. But, but basically, I think one of the big things here is you have the model three that shipped in July. But there was a lot of software that wasn't. Fully ready yet on the car. A lot of features at weren't there yet you had you know. Unknown quantity of production challenges, unknown quality issues in the early cars. And so you start with employees who are going to be the most forgiving, and the most sort of secretive and keeping any major issues, quiet. And then you go to owners who already know how to charge a tesla, obviously because they have one they already are familiar with the service centers. And where they are. They already know what it's like to drive a tesla. They know what it's like to have over the air updates. They know what it's like to have a big touchscreen. They know what it's like to drive a tesla, and they are already fans of the company in some way because they have tesla, and they ordered another one. So you've got all these positive aspects helping tesla sort of figure out the issues in the vehicle and also have the least amount of sort of PR damage in case anything is not working. Well, and so I think it was actually a very smart decision. Even though those folks, maybe don't need the tax credit. I don't think anyone. Really would turn down seventy five hundred dollars. I mean, you don't get to being wealthy without caring about how did you take your money? But even still I think that tesla was less focused on the seventy five hundred dollars and more focused on providing people good experience..
"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"Car i want my money okay and i'm like listen the cops are on their way you can talk to them i'm leaving okay i'm i'm leaving that's the only thing that makes any sense for me i'm scared okay this isn't this isn't right she starts going crazy and i'm like i you you fucking crackhead you were trying you idiot are trying to rob your own money that was what this it comes to me crystal clear that that was what this was about a mike i'm out of here i'm out of here um at this point has she ever called you or text you as you ever asked you hey can i have the money back will bring your car back or this is the first eric this a first time she goes i want my money back as you would say yeah yeah you bring the car hit year money never asked for the money the first played i'm guessing i i'm like this is it's monday you gave me the money on friday it sitting in a bank dummy you know only a crackhead would think that they still have the money okay i think two things happen i think the the robbery was completely random okay i think somebody new i kept keys in cars and robbed the place i do think her i think the crackhead was trying to get her seventy five hundred dollars back and a car okay because if if they if they if i'm there and i come out i'm like what the hell do you want which i usually would write their like i want to seventy five hundred dollars in their dumming i'm like there is no seventy five hundred dollars the maybe they shoot me up i don't know so that so i had to deal with the cops the next day on the concert or grilling me now again these are the these are the guys to call nine one one in the in on answer phone share um we'll speed the supplement it to the indian because i'm i i.
"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"Me religious me there and you know we have size some really really good montell have some you know just good monsoon this guy he was anyway to to advance the story i got real lazy with taken the keys out of the cars he also he's got this huge building got to huge building that used to be a burger king he rents out desk to other car dealers and sell space so it's got there's like three other dealers in there they're not in there that much they would be what you would consider wholesaler there they do 510 maybe fifteen cars f fifteen carson bet five ten cars a month so there's other dealers in there again i i i started getting lazy i don't leave the keys i leave the keys in the car and this friday night uh i don't i work six days a week but only worked like a few hours on saturday if lads there let's meant the summer i would i would work less so this particular friday day this gouge comes in and and she looks like a drug addict i mean she she looks like a drug addict and i'm like like i wanna i wanna drive one of these cars and i'm like can you afford one of these cars in all gin one of the cool things about work in there i wouldn't do in the song and dance housley of their guard that's where the cost you need financing when would no big uh circus show nobody over here you if you road if you are route it you make the decision eggs are the only guy and i what you don't i said you know she would you gotta fda cruiser as like well it's eleven grand you have eleven grand and she was like a matter of fact i do and she pulls out like seventy five hundred dollars dollars green dead in hands it to me and says can i go on a test drive white i would let it on a test drive with a driver's license in a phone number seventy five to the face she had shingle on the test right so she's gone for like.
"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"Under mental on the technical guy right i look at shorts are read charts whether i'm doing investments or whether i'm doing shortterm trading it doesn't really matter i'm looking at a chart the fundamentals to me are inconsequential i don't care why the market moved i just cared that it moved is that makes sense so i don't care about what people say is going on in the market all i care about is what action traders and investors take so when i look at what's going on in the world around me i'm not paying attention to well interest rates are going to do this and it's going to do that i don't listen to the talking heads on cnbc tell me what they're going to do or what they think is going to happen to the market because the second that they walk off the stage the second they walk out a camera they might be making a completely different decision they might be going on cnbc just throw you off to tell you they are doing one thing there were there really doing something else you can never tell whether you're getting accurate information the reason i know that way because it's it's documented that you've had a estrogen and money managers go on cnbc and give false information in order to mislead their competition right it's a cutthroat business boys so i just look at the chart because it doesn't matter what they say they're going to do the short will reflect not just what they did but what the market did in response to that right so what with one guy buys and sells you might not see anything you see enough and you're going to get a move so i'd be very close attention to what's happening on the chart you take a look at bitcoin bitcoin is back down bitcoin is now trading he was down around seventy five hundred dollars its backup now round eighty five hundred but the losing significant value in the in the shares around that are not the shares but in the value of a bitcoin and you ask yourself well what do i do now will look at the chart we're now bearish bitcoin is now berisha there's no more buying opportunities were don we're we're in a bearish moving mode now and untilled something changes technically trading to the downside is the.
"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on My Black Friend
"So eating for sorrow thorough are we going to hear from you here and there once in a while or unisearch i'm back in yeah hopefully man as does mean the years not over you could be a repeat champion no unless this is paying money i ain't all right well i'm sorry you're too good for us now that's what i'm that's what i'm picking higher 2017 kicked my ass man it says 70 kids on like it did you get the do you get that whole your roof fixed at the eightman now that contractors trying to sue because he tried to rip me off and i was like way to in charge seventy five hundred dollars more than what you should be charged nods this this this this i said now you didn't do business in this and other whatever so i now dilma mortgage company so that uh because the contractors trying to sue me so now me in the mortgage companies gonna work guard be like so that they either have to come do what the hell they said he did or uh drop to take charge for what they did gotcha yeah it's been fun man mud everett are you still doing he's still doing your comedy thing are union stand up here and there uh no nothing go damned his business tolia forgive joy mayhem european man roger he sucked it out of me merits you suck matsumoto out of both she had a baby h or is needed if there's all you're done she wouldn't have been pregnant.
"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show
"Well our aspiration is to have the push broaching 'cause uh available in in the third quarter of of 2011 mmhmm so just just over two years from now right um and i think it's achievable um and i think we we've um there's a lot this much less technology risk and uncertainty that uh than there was with the roads to right so i i do feel reasonably confident that we can meet that date um of course it is dependent on um when the department of energy uh disburses funds for the the the loan program that they have did this and cold the advanced technology vehiclemanufacturing program yes uh which which which which is actually put into effect by congress last year um and then the to do the the deary is just uh on the verge of of of awarding uh those those loan uh blunt programme since intended to provide a lower cost to capital uh two companies that are developing energyefficient cars mall it couldn't make more sense to those of us have been waiting for this to happen so right loud that they're going to pitch in there's also going to be a seventy five hundred dollars rebate team there is there is already at seventy five in the door a rebates that quiz that's as of january 1st right um so it's tax rebate applies to to anyone um it regards who tax situation and the first based praises forty nine nine and it goes up from their depending on their size of the battery yes of the base price of the model as his forty nine thousand nine hundred riot uh and that's for that that the basic version which has one hundred sixty mile range mmhmm but you can get a batch packet goes up to three hundred miles and range right and in fact one of the things we we think will probably do is have the threat of mile pacts available for for rent.
"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast
"Which takes a look at jobs with the greatest leverage and asking for money for salary reporting a new study data study data from glass door which has like the salary website on average the story said american workers are due a raise of more than seventy five hundred dollars and this is of course according to a study by glass door on with even bear gaps depending upon the profession geography inexperience level the company arrive at their data by comparing the market rate for different job positions with the median base salary people reported through glass doors compensation tools and just the weaken remember median because i had let this up again because i avoided most math growing up okay median is a value or quantity line at the midpoint of a frequency distribution of observed values are quantity so as the is the one that's in the middle so to put that in context though really quickly though if you me seven other people and bill gates walked into a bar if bill gates was in that bar no matter how much money we had the other nine of us would be billionaires by so the the median make sure not to allow numbers to get a skew based on one large outlying or like a bill gates indeed indeed when a quote from the stories that three and five employees don't negotiate their salary in this is a spokeswoman from glass door this she also said that this data suggests that money is being left on the table and negotiation obviously is easier said than done but showing confidence in sharing a clear record of past accomplishments.
"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Clark Howard Show
"Okay but don't do it because you're worried the car's gonna suddenly misbehave on you raise cars today generally are reliable enough that they'll go a quarter million miles before they really start to give you heartburn okay and a question i had about the benefit that uh electric cars offer um i know it from point big fire so how could i be about that okay so the federal tax credit is seventy five hundred dollars and the only company that is going to see tax credit eligibility expire soon is tesla and that who i was a theory so you think you're getting a three or an ass sir what are you thinking up a three okay said the three if you order one now by the time you would get it that's gonna be eighteen months or two years from now right here's the backlog it's likely the seventy five hundred dollar credit will of expired will look at the now i do have an alternative atkins suggest to you if you're interested in a tesla there are a lot of people with asses the you know that's the original sedan that the three is based on is a smaller uh not as fancy vehicle right a lot of tesla s owners get new wins all the time like every couple of years and so there's a lot of used ones available at pretty much about wet drive out price would be on a model three the the meaning a even little picnic i don't get the tax credit built into a little bit of liquid yes so it doesn't matter if you don't get the tax credit for you're paying so much less money right so if you were to get a model a model s find a lot of them less than thirty thousand miles on them and in the forties.
"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on One A Game
"I wanna know if you know anybody that can help my football team no a couple of months later good sports came through with seventy five hundred dollars in new equipment football's portable tackle wheel even cleats donated by the new england patriots and then we caught them practice jerseys which leave never had a lot of people will say well you know what that's not necessary to play that sport is at but will we've learned is that self esteem and the feeling of somebody cares enough about me and now we feel united as a team something like that goes actually allow further that most people actually would think the day that that good sports delivered all the equipment and sort of put it on display at the burke school was so much fun gerry came and maybe ten or fifteen other players are you speak does but i mean also with the uk it was it was just like greet the kids were so excited and i think i was probably the most excited of anybody because i i just couldn't believe how much great stuff there was from going from not knowing i was going to get it to finding goggles going to get it in the thinking that i was going to get the minimum and in actually getting closer to maximum wishes releases to me describe it's i feel like i owe a lot to the team into the coaches and to everybody that like helps dealt with the team in.