35 Burst results for "Seventy Five Hundred Dollars"

"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Welcome back to boston. Radio jim brady and marjorie again a couple of minutes ago. We're talking to bill mckibben about biden yesterday signing an executive order setting a goal that half of all new vehicles hate the word vehicles have full new vehicles sold by twenty thirty our electric for asking. Are you ready to help them. Reach that goal. Bill mckibben said two percent. Currently obviously the goal is to get fifty. Are you someone who is already gone. Electric or something loses sustainably as possible but still can't afford to make the switch. Are you encouraged by executive order with ford and gm sporting directive and a commitment to having more charging stations populating. The country does the idea of owning electric car. Now seem doable. Eight seven seven three zero one eighty nine seventy and also. I asked bill mckibben or half hour ago. Whenever was what do you say to somebody who wants to do electric but says it's more expensive. He's not with the subsidies and things. And i just to amend that lever mending anything bill. Mckibben says low end Electric cars like the apparently nissan is has the league faldo starting under thirty thousand bucks and there is still a seventy four hundred dollar federal subsidy however some of the higher end if you're loaded a higher end. Electric vehicles like tesla. Apparently i believe have used up all. I think it's two hundred thousand. Vehicles is the vehicle again is the limit to get the seventy five hundred dollars credit so on the high some of the higher end electric cars. There's not that there's no longer that availability of federal credit. But i have to say you know of all the things. I mentioned him. That you and i are and occasional hypocrite particularly on amazon. If there's ever anything that we should not be hypocrites about if we're talking about climate change as much as we should now is the time to do the electric vehicle thing and while everybody is celebrating that it's only nine years away this goal that That biden is talking about people should be doing now. Are you persuaded that you're next. And you know what i said. I just bought a new used car but it was a new new to me. My second high. I love the i hibernate. Had it was great on gas even though it was an suv had highlanders. And that's a big car but my kids know all this sporting equipment and stuff like that. I love that car. And i love the one. I have now that the hybrid toyota have now. So i was you. What got me even more excited. I was going to wait while. Not just because. The prices went down because of getting the kinks out kind of thing. But now i'm thinking what he said was really important that the resale value of a regular car even if it's a hybrid as opposed to a total gassing cars going to be going down because people are going to be buying these Electric vehicles and that was reading is the charging stations in while. Yeah voice. Some disappointment that. Apparently i wasn't aware of this that the president's goal of Having funding and the bipartisan of infrastructure bill was the to build great five hundred thousand charging stations in the country to speed up the process. Apparently it's been cut in half..

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"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

"They'll also give you seventy five hundred dollars will go towards closing costs It is depended upon how much income you make One fifty or less. You have to make which is meant like people i would say and then you have to have a good credit score and then it is like location driven so kind of on a sliding scale the more money you make You're going to have to buy like a low income track area. He make like a moderate amount of money. Like around hundred thousand. They're going to want you to either by a low income track or moderate income. Track area But these newer bills community is being are being built and a lot of these low to moderate income track areas. So if you look. I think i forget how much anthony ended up putting in. And he bought like a brand new town on for five sixty with that. Seventeen thousand dollars towards it The interest rate he locked in was at two point five with no property mortgage insurance to where it was you know. The property was more than what he wanted to spend but the cash outlay for him ended up being the exact same that he was he was willing to initially do So if anybody is interested in learning about that program it's very interesting program and we've been seeing it working really really well and for these particular projects and you mentioned there. You know with the The airbnb so that's been really interesting. The flashers again more new builds dressed. We're seeing a trend of more builders as routes it's the local smaller builders were. They are building things with you. Know mother-in-law sweeter year being beasts. We found to be found a handful of complex around town. Where they they. They have the bill that were. Hey you can airbnb. This kept medium term rental it and it's really cool so no listeners out there if you guests have questions about this obviously like you know lawrence on top of this and also internally as well like lauren our their team members as well like we all are out there looking at properties. We all share information. We have a pretty good spreadsheet wiki for hey what's going on so as r- able to aggregate are combined experience that just that day to day knowledge of conversations and driving around town and phone calls website visits and aggregate the data in a spreadsheet. Help people fine you know properties right location that meet their numbers that may be worked out sometimes for various lending programs that have like sometimes also have a mother-in-law sweden there So we are really trying to carve out some great knowledge base next acting radic clients have questions. Please reach out to me. Reshot the lower and see you can tell. She's very knowledgeable in this topic. Laura thanks so much. This is great islanders. Kenmore things today. Thank you guys have any questions. please call us. Hit the website up. Reach out to us. We love talking about this puppy. Figure out if this is a right Next step for your strategy but the punchline is new builds are they worth looking at the big y e s the absolute and the current market with all the other stuff that lauren talked about. The thank you..

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"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Kind of subconscious thing that is wrote itself. Probably one of the quickest things they did definitely the time was regarding a certain relationship. That really was focused on the location of boston as the backdrop and kind of the joys of a relationship so it's not necessarily maybe a love song to boston but it's a love song where boston played such a critical parts. And just kinda all those little nuances of. Maybe if you're walking through the day you take for granted. The reflection pond you know the mir on huntington avenue or something like that but in the yeah that that became one of those. Sounds like the new hampshire song. When i was eleven where my friends started out in. They just be chanting. It became very special. And i'm actually hoping to do a revamp of music video if anyone would like to be included in that that'd be wonderful. Kevin updated version but the earlier Earlier demo version of to bus ie released a guy eight years ago that was also included in the allston putting a mixed tape in it. It was included about a hundred other songs from boston musicians at the time in. Raise about seventy five hundred dollars for the one fund so even to know of some subconscious. Little blip has turned into his kind of kind of momentous. Boulder of positivity has been very special museums grade one. I revisited the song on this album. Where i really made. I like a party in my parts. A mission hill. Few years ago. When i was doing pt at northeastern. And i had these microphones. I didn't know how to properly. Mike choir but i had a dozen or so of my friends in the room. We were sitting together and it's become kind of anthem of love and how wonderful the city can be to create love. Well i think you're creating that every day in the work you do but also in your attitude and i think Music has the power to certainly amuse entertained. But in your case Inspire and he'll so good for you for for bringing it out to the world and the best part of it is. You don't have to wait for some record company executive to say yay or nay you you can do it yourself as all musicians now no. That's that's another huge are too but then i should have mentioned earlier that i don't have to second guess you know especially lately. I've been recording a lot of new things during covid in in my head. I'm like this is kinda weird. I don't know if people are gonna like this. But you know what. I want it this way and i've i've the control which is wonderful aspects Saying well i am delighted. We're going to play the song out and people can find out more of course on facebook at michael m. for maloney michael m music and I i'm just thrilled. That week reconnected. That's the key to life now for me is to not let connection slide into put the effort in and you put the effort in my friends so thank you very very much. Thank you for having me and encouraging me over all these years. I i really don't think if it wasn't fair individuals like you along my early journey. I i really don't know if i would have continued to write so thank you a million times over gifts and encouragement and thank you for today and it's really good to see likewise i'm really proud of you. Thank you michael. On mike with michael maloney fine young artist. His latest cd is called january hopeful. And as i say thank you to all of you for subscribing and downloading and listening to.

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"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Startup Stories by Mixergy

Startup Stories by Mixergy

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Startup Stories by Mixergy

"But broadly those are examples. Broadly i'd say items that are part of your home life things that are just enhance kind of the day to day and things that you wouldn't necessarily by you're by yourself. Do you feel like treats and visit are pretty expensive the moscow mule cups that you're talking about those. Those costs lot the the steel. What is it called steel stone area. That is that's expensive to. How much money did you have to lay out in order to get all these products and home so you know. I don't remember the exact amount that we spent on our first inventory by. I'd say it was probably around ten thousand dollars. We didn't buy a ton of inventory. Maybe two or three of each of these and we launched with four elections so we had twenty five fifty seventy five hundred dollars elections and We also didn't have the products in house. So something was redeemed we go and purchase it quickly and get run out to the store. Run out to the maker get it and then ship it out all right the software then. Is this where you had an issue with software. Yes the the first. The bat the first That was run off the back end. Solution called his. Which is the most eighties looking interface. You've ever seen And it was way more robust than anything. You took like seventeenth steps to do one thing to just kind of get it reconfigured. It was it was not the days that shoppers pressure and we had a funny checkout process. Because you weren't buying a specific unit you were buying an open ended link that could turn into a unit of something So it was really Crews creative. I'd say the way that we execute it and then we had a wordpress Runnin site at that point as well and it it was enough for to watch But certainly not scalable and actually this is where we had the issue with When i was retooling the app from next month's on me. I was essentially needing to shift the back. Ends reflects this idea of collections versus sending categories and. I was needing shoe a redo the whole front end webpage at marketing sites which was run on word and i found a group to do it and This is this was. I had literally twenty five dollars to do it now..

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"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Do industry term for what we do is record the show without editing into a tape and then we air it in that way so it is a. It's basically like we're doing a show. You do it on demand when we want to prerecorded so live to tape make sense. It is being recorded live. Yup there's not a lot of oh stop. We need to go back into that. We just did that but you can And obviously we do we. What what does the audience want extra mistakes for. But what i can say is that it. You're the revelation that we didn't have to do. free talk. live live was so freeing for us because the difficulty is trying to line up the interviews from seven pm to ten pm eastern time While people are having dinner or you know participating karaoke or whatever. They're doing it whatever event we're at one not to mention the isn't exactly ideal and there were all kinds of problems at rogers. Yeah one of the things. Really popular here is crypto currency though and if you have no idea what that is you need to head over to. Bitcoin dot com. It's got everything you need to learn about it. There's very short videos. That will teach you the basics. And if you're an expert you can go to news dot. Bitcoin dot news dot bitcoin dot com. Stay up to on the news. That's relevant to you. There's a lot there to see and do an easy to use modern website. That's bitcoin dot com. Check it out if you haven't already. There's no no excuse for ignoring this world changing information. We're being joined here by. Kevin craig of the new hampshire state house. We're talking honorable kevin craig honorable. That's the terminology they use for anybody who's managed to make it one time into the hampshire house. You'll you'll forgive me for not calling you honorable. But i don't ask for person. I think it's far more honorable than being called his excellency governor title. I include the his majesty so one might as well write. It is frustrating seeing sinner news. Little executive orders by by order of his excellency governor soon. Are you kidding me at least mark when you put on your crown. You're not expecting any want to take you seriously mosul. Nunu does and he's got minutes with men with guns who make us take him seriously. I don't know what he thinks when he expects people to take him seriously. But i know people do take him seriously he didn't write up that Missive that memo. That says his excellency. Some lackey did that clearly took the title seriously because sue could say if you wished used that terminology crazy. Wouldn't that be great if we had a politician is so humble that ever stop stop right now do not ever call me his excellency again but yeah. We don't have that speaking of politics governor kevin. Craig i do wanna talk about what's going on there. You said well. I declared. I believe one of the best budgets. That in new hampshire history is up for vote right now. And there's kind of a liberty conflict over it if i could synopsis. Is it basically those in the freedom caucus. Is that what it's called. Yes yes yeah yeah. The freedom caucus many many of them really wanted to limit limits news executive power to ninety days and Boy do i support them. But yeah the biggest threat here. Was you know sooner. New was able to declare a twenty one day. Emergency order and then extend it and extended an extent every twenty one days he just extended it basically can be perpetual if he so chose right and that's terrifying and But it's it's kind of this one of these situations where either you get the thing you were hoping for. Which was their limit on sununu Governors generally i mean. It doesn't have to do any governor. from declarations stated -mergency beyond ninety days. Or you can have this really great budget. But you can't have both and i think that Many liberty oriented candidates not candidates but representatives are stuck on the horns of a dilemma. There is indeed a problem there Many of us wanted much stronger. Restrictions on on the governor's executive authority I personally would say that he could extend one order for seven days and then it expires both houses but by two thirds majority to extend his power. But that's not going to happen. So what we have is what is in hp too and that will be that he can issue twenty one day Emergency orders and that can go up to ninety days and then he must call a special session of the legislature For a joint session and then each body will separately vote And unless they vote to kill it then the eakin continue extending powers. So that's not my favorite. But here's what i do like in the budget. It takes one hundred megan dollars out of the statewide property tax. it will no longer be brace statewide. The local schools still get to keep that same amount of money but it comes from the general budget surplus and the state will no longer be collecting that money. So that's money that stays in new hampshire taxpayer's pockets Here's another that. I like Is that The education freedom accounts. Something for you spoke about that families will be able to opt out and have a portion of the money that was previously being spent on their education. And i personally don't know if teacher that if you said Here's seven thousand seven hundred dollars per student. You pick your class size from one to thirty. You provide the building and the materials and the instruction. Would you do that. Every teacher i know would jump at that in a heartbeat So that they can provide a really quality education for students at that amount of money right now as you said it's costing them seventeen thousand to thirty thousand per student and the public school. Yes and this budget offers effectively. Seven thousand seven hundred. Well it's obviously going to be more efficient because there's nothing efficient about the public school system and none of that money really goes to teachers anyway. Who don't have money for materials and stuff like that. Let's pay for it out of their paychecks and if you think about it for a second Seven thousand seventy five hundred dollars over twenty students. If you had say i mean. I was educated by one teacher per classroom up until the age of of sixth grade. Whatever age that is and if that teacher one hundred and fifty thousand dollars that's what she would have as far as your budget goes when you're when you're counting off heads in their twenty twenty students. That's plenty to educate those kids. It's the piles and piles of bureaucracy. Is what takes it. And i mean why wouldn't a teacher to set up a little school in a town and educate some kids and do a great job with it. That's absolutely true. And that's i would love to see a return to that to the small town. Academies i worked in the past right. Yeah and we're fine The lancaster town was was operated. That way up until we created a school administrative then consolidated with neighboring towns right and if government school is such a great the way it's designed now is so great. Why isn't getting better results. I mean honestly to. Maybe it's not. It seems to be designed to make people obedient trusting authorities. Because i mean that's what that's the earliest lessons that the public school system t-shirt your principle is judge jury and executioner.

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"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

Shutdown Fullcast

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"Line off five dollars higher than it is right. Now have your very own episode of a tree grows in brooklyn until the bus hits it. A tree grows in a bus and blessed grows in brooklyn. Yeah look on the bright side a better grow because it sure ain't going free. They leave the bus long enough created tree like grow up and push the bus up into the sky. Scottish nature will abide always how fast the state bird of new york sideway. Scaffolding has already come in roosted in this apartment building. Was the thing about like you know ten years after we're gone or whatever all the pumps that keep new york from being underwater. They'll all be the both of will be a boat in no time. Fuck so i think. I think you mean a stilt house. A stilt house over the sea in beautiful scenic wheel for just seventy five hundred dollars a month. We'll have folks will have us a regular brooklyn by you. Speaking of bayou home apparel. What have you done. You've sick fucks new. Sassy sassy idiots. What have you done. You munster's what home-field apparel purveyor of the finest snugly est tiger emblazoning vintage collegiate apparel has done is add the bayou bengals to its suite of schools. Big new saturday shirt of the week. Which by the time you hear this show will already be winging. Its way too big new saturday subscribers of homefield farrell. it is a heather purple. Which is you don't often see a heather purple in the wild. It contains a honestly tiger. That might be scarier than stroke dog. It like the ears are flat gina. The ears are flat. it's a penetrating stare. It's burder tiger and we've got dance lodder tiger please aggravates with intent. When you were you in the cage boutros boutros was in. The case cannot be subject of murder investigation. This was manslaughter with willful knowledge of attackers capabilities. With intent or without tents you can be part of the homefield apparel family. our family. If you've ever wanted to dress like us. And i know you all do. I've seen those pictures. You can own your very own field apparel lsu bengals shirts. Starting this saturday. She said questioning lee. Because we're recording on a friday. You can also get twenty percents off your very first order at home field apparel. This is where i usually stop and say if you haven't ordered from homefield by now what the fuck is wrong with you but.

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"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

The Money Guy Show

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

"And it doesn't even matter does even make a difference or are they both good and you'll be in the same spot no matter which way you go. I smell it. I see a case. Study coming our way. You'll has some great clip art. Because he gets so excited shown us as different clip. Art that he's put together. Let's look at what daniels created so we can kind of look at the details of the math of this. This is what to put together. We're going to look at two different. Debtors and dan lewis called this tale of two debtors. We've got snowball sam. Who's going to do the debt snowball and we have a lynch abigail love. His naming abigail had a cane. Saw wah does abigail. Oh let me see. If i can mix us up well good. I'm glad he took her away gave her so. Obviously sam's gonna follow the snowball method that he's going to prioritize the smallest debt first. He's going to look at the smallest balances and knock those out. First abigail is going to pay off the debt with the highest interest rate. I so let's assume that both have the same debts and let's assume that their debts are five thousand dollars from a local retailer in the current interstate on that is about one point. Nine percent. Sounds like a teaser rate. That's the teaser. Rate is what it sounds like. Let's assume that their second is a six thousand dollar debt on credit card. Ooh but this one is in nineteen point nine nine percent which is pretty pretty scary when you think about high how high the industry is a third of credit card where they owe seventy five hundred dollars but this one's actually at twenty nine point nine nine percent now. Here's what i think is interesting. And i know you'll you'll we'll come back to it. I didn't believe that there's actually twenty nine point nine percent but i'll let you prove me wrong in a minute and so let's say that they have a two hundred dollars extra per month they can put towards paying debt snowball. Sam gonna do the snowball and abigail. Avalanche is good to the avalanche. And we're going to see how different how it comes out now. You did ask a question. Brian what twenty nine. Apr is somewhere between seventeen eighteen. Twenty nine doesn't really exist. That's what you were saying pre show. i mean. think about this guys. Every dollar you save and work. I get excited about new guys. Troll me when i talk about twentysomethings could potentially get nine. Ten percent compounded growth you guys. Where's that i've never seen that. Meanwhile there's all section of the population there's paying thirty percent per year to a credit card. They're having i mean. We're leveraging out. How much opportunity is being squandered here with high interest rate so so daniel had to go show me yes this does indeed exist yes so we actually went out and found to credit cards it currently have. Apr's of twenty nine point nine nine percent. It also looks like they have monthly fees after the first year so these are just not the ideal credit cards that you wanna get but you know what the good news is yet. Cash back one to three percent cashback but these actually do exist out there so one of the things you really want to check on us. Maybe the card that you're utilizing early on if it does have an annual fee or at has a higher rate of there are other benefits doesn't have and maybe you've had it for the last three four five. Six years now might not be a horrible time to revisit. That theoretically you should not care about the interest rate because remember. You're not going to carry a balance. But it's not uncommon for you to have better access to better credit cards later in life on your financial journal. Also want to draw attention. This is something. i don't like that. The financial industry does the worst. You are with the money with your money the more. They're go penalized exactly so because the only people that would be willing to pay a monthly fee on a credit card and then pay a twenty nine point. Nine percent are obviously people who have struggled with good decision making with their personal finances. So this is going to just pile on top. You're going to layer instead of good.

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"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"Let out the young woman in the teen ex girlfriend and her friend told cops. Smith could be found in a bathroom with a weapon. smith then stepped outside and was arrested. Glor- said smith's former girlfriend and her teenage friend were found harmed and had been forced to stay at smith's apartment against their will for between thirty minutes in an hour. God with a real hostage situation here thirty minutes. I've taken longer shits than that are so wining while smith didn't point the bb gun at them. He displayed it and flicked the safety up and down. Once in the apartment. Smith's alleged victims were shocked to see he was alive. He then locked them inside. Smith was booked into the woodbury county jail on wednesday and released the same day. His bond was seventy five hundred dollars. Which doesn't seem enough who that bunch have been way. Higher smith could not be reached for comment was unclear whether he had an attorney again. Like the stupid news story doesn't answer the question we all want to know and that is like why did he lure these girls back to his apartment. Did he want to get back with his ex girlfriend. Did he want to try a throw with the fifteen year old. I mean why else would you invite a fifteen year old to your house and hold her hostage near was definitely going to be a sex angle. They're all right there. You go that. My friends is your distorted news for tuesday. Let's do a couple of voicemails outta here. Alright i'd love to hear from you. Freaks and there are many ways to contact.

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"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

"A lot of damage to the property is usually pretty quiet. Just of exactly your target market so thirty five year old traveling nurses that worked out task. Perfect for us all right so One unit this is a primary residence down payment three percent right. Yeah so three percent conventional which is This is a unique program. Lorne tells a little from us. We're not to mention this throughout this branch. Because it's the financing is pretty cool on this so we were able to use the bank of america grant program this allows to separate grant programs so you get ten thousand dollars towards your your down payment that you never have to pay back. And then it's also seventy five hundred dollar grant that goes towards your closing fees and again you never have to pay that back Really it's just a income requirement. Save to make less than one one fifty a year which is most people and then the secondary loan is dependent on location so dependent upon how much income you make. It's on a scale of location where their poppy has to be. It needs to be in like a moderate income track or a lower income track so this property fell and the proper area for them. They get that secondary loan program. That was a good explanation. Very yeah it's a complex so all in all at seventeen thousand five hundred dollars. Free money that you get to use toilets here payment so three percent down mortgage insurance. What's the deal with more insurance on this. Then they also have a program that there is no property mortgage insurance. The rates are extremely competitive. Which you'll see when we put that in there and it's you know you keep asking yourself you know what's the catch you know. You're waiting for the other shoe to drop but we have quite a few clients that have used this. That are very numbers driven and eight compared conventional loan programs. I this and it's come out that you know no no pm..

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"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on The PR Playbook Podcast

The PR Playbook Podcast

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on The PR Playbook Podcast

"You're doing local tv segments in. Those are the ones that are like. You're getting more familiar if you're a big fish in a small pond in you live in los angeles and you start doing segments on. Ktla number two market. You gotta think wow number two market. I started in my town. And then i built up and then i went onto national after that and what we do is we consider all of the measurements through coverage book. We use a program in it. Gives you the exact specifications of like other nominee. Uvm's are is is men's journal and you would say okay. It's three million uvm's for men's journal and then it also gives you What each article would be worth so the ad equivalency yacht equivalency so you have that and if you think about earned media let's say you did a segment on Fox five in washington. Dc at the morning hour. And you're on there for four minutes. That add value is almost three hundred thousand dollars so earned media. Let's say you're paying seventy five hundred dollars a month for pr. And you're a you're a well known brand. You got three hundred thousand dollars in the bank right so you look at that. So if at the end of your campaign you spent sixty thousand and you add up..

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"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"And you're listening to the ted radio hour from npr this message comes from npr sponsor. Own do is your old software making it impossible to keep up with demand. Then it's time to switch to outdo a suite of business applications designed to streamline automate and simplify any company odu has apps for everything crm inventory manufacturing sales accounting. You name it. Oh dues got you covered so stop wasting time and start getting stuff done with odu for a free trial go to od. Oh dot com slash npr whether you're looking to discover a new series to binge find your next great read or check out that movie everyone's talking about npr's pop culture happy hour. Podcast is your guide to all things entertainment every weekday. We keep pop culture in high spirits. Listen now to the pop culture. Happy hour podcast from npr. It's the ted radio hour from npr. I'm newsom rhody and on the show today. A century of money we heard about how buying on credit and making risky investments became the american way in the nineteen twenties. Let's fast forward now to an example of that legacy in this century the housing bubble of the early two thousands and a story about what happened to one family when that market began to go south. We're living in a time where people can have everything that they want. If they can make a payment people could trapped in that. This is tammy lalli and i am a money coach. Okay but tammy you weren't always financial advisor right like before that you had your own financial issues when you were growing up. What was the story around money that it was scarce. I grew up with a single mom with three children. I was the youngest in a predominantly catholic town in one thousand nine hundred seventy five. I was the kid of a domestic worker. And i lived in a neighborhood that was an upper class neighborhood so doctors lawyers and i went to school with their children. So we didn't my brothers and i really didn't know what we didn't have until we were told by the kids In from yeah but what happened to me then was that i internalized it to believe that there was something wrong with me and shame never went away. Money became a source of happiness. So i did become a high earner i chose my career in no a sales career in my early twenties so that i could become a high earner i was driving a mercedes by the time i was twenty three. You know how to very extensive wardrobe from nor strung. And i just covered up all the shame with materialism that was how tammy dealt with her issues with money until everything changed in two thousand six if you remember there were some early warning signs of a massive housing bubble for tammy. Those warning signs came in the form of a phone call from her brother. It was his fortieth birthday and he called me and it was so interesting. Because i was like. Hey your birthday you know. Let's get together like to take you out to dinner. And he was like no. No no no not gonna do that and i said what's up and he said i'm just really in dire straits you know i'm just really i was like okay. Okay and i didn't know where where the conversation was really going. And then he said. I need to borrow money. I need to borrow seventy five hundred dollars which you know. Seventy five hundred dollars is a lot of money. it was just a breaking point for him and i said well. I'm happy to lend you the money but let's get together. I'd like to know what's really happening. And see if i could have an in some other way because you knew he knew you were good with spreadsheets and budgeting and things like that. And i had been in the mortgage business and part of what was he was saying to. Was you know. Our mortgage is so high and We've got the short-term arm. You know back then. It was these two year arms because his credit had dipped which meant that. The payments would skyrocket within a couple years right and his credit score was low so he didn't have a lot of choices because he couldn't keep up with payments late payments and and so I really wanted to get together with them. And so i did. Within within a couple of weeks. I met him in his wife at us at a starbucks in a close to where they lived and it was very long meeting. I mean we were there for five hours trying to like help them. You know understanding. They brought their credit report to their bank statements. And we're gonna you're going through it. Yeah damn like bucks okay. Yeah and i just didn't know what was really happening between them. But i. There was a lot of attention. They started blade. Each other. And i just was kind of like what's going on with you guys like this is math on paper. It was a math solution. Spend less earn more but there was no way that those two could have done that with their emotional mental capacity because we all hide from our family so my energy got like buck up. Because you've got kids and you know kind of wrapping up that you know. We left it off with. He was going to take some action steps around looking for work that paid more and she was gonna start working more hours and they were going to cut back and it all seemed like it was a good. You came up with a plan and that was. That was a turns out to be the last time i saw them. Tammy continues her story from the ted stage. Two months went by when i received a call town. I have bad news kiss committed suicide last night days.

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"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on The Road To A Billion

The Road To A Billion

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on The Road To A Billion

"Those are good questions. I think The first thing. I remember there being a question of conversation i ran through my head. Which is what's the worst thing that can happen. I think that's an important question everybody asks and they run the movie until the very end like the worst nightmare and for me losing seventy five hundred dollars was recoverable all right even if someone's coaching programs. Twenty k thirty k. fifty k. Would you recover unlike. Yeah and i'll probably just stay working at phoenix fitness for forty eight thousand dollars a year the rest of my life. It's not that bad. So what am i exactly afraid of so. I think we need to run both ends of the spectrum. Then you go you know. Run that negative waterfall but then also run the positive waterfall. What if it does work so that helped me make the initially what happens is you start to make more money. The money doesn't become as important. What becomes important. Is the identity that you're gaining from the money and this is where it starts become interesting. So what happened to me after i got to the seven figure level and i was hanging out just under two million dollars a year for a while. A lot of people started telling me this is for my fitness stuff. They said Like why do you need more. And like is this enough. And i believe there's a lot of value to every single person here. Asking the question is what is enough because we all know. The rich line is always moving right. And if you don't draw a line where you know what's enough then you'll never be able to operate from a place of abundance and giving back where you know i've got all my bases covered like i don't have to stress money the rest of my life. So why am i. Why y operating from scarcity. Why not giving. Why am i not serving at a higher level. What happened for me. Took a bit therapy to figure..

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"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Love and Compassion Podcast with Gissele Taraba

Love and Compassion Podcast with Gissele Taraba

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Love and Compassion Podcast with Gissele Taraba

"We had on the are out of the blue podcasts. She did this experiment with uber. See out in vancouver where they took two hundred people and randomly one hundred of those people. Now these are people who didn't have heavy addictions or mental health challenges but they're experiencing homelessness is some form. They gave a hundred of them. Seventy five hundred dollars for a year and they followed and hundred in cathodes and other the differences insane like the positive benefits of being. How has been safe getting work. Some of them still had money. believe it or not with more money actual use of drugs and alcohol dropped right and that's probably directly to how they mentally how they feel that his way mentally right. So it's it's they're seeing people doing serve. They're like. Oh you know i could breathe. I knew i had that. I didn't have that that weight. I can move forward. We mental health by You know and also i even point to win a run to the wage subsidies at first you had people Who were saying. Wow like for once. I felt my paycheck magpie. Little side i can move forward. I can do this for a lot of people simply chesa income piece. It really is a pushes them. They need that little bit and you'll never see them again right and know. I think people sometimes get scared of that bottom line figure or won't be only encourage them to be lazy and not work now. I know you wanna have a purpose. I'm sure there's some people who who might on and then there's other things that You know there's other issues there. But i think for the most part people have issues and when you know that you're housing's taking care of that you're not going to have to look around for your next meal that you have a little bit of security. I think then you start to say. Hey maybe i'll go back to school. Maybe other job can i. How do i make a difference where you go..

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"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Exponential Podcast

Exponential Podcast

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on Exponential Podcast

"At not not really think well. This isn't really true. But we gotta say it anyway Because you know you're you're living as a template for for others to follow they can reproduce your life and One of the cool things economically hugh. I mean you're living testimony to that the church that i lead. We don't have a building and we don't pay for a pastor so we do with our money because people are giving and And so every one of our mission communities have a ten thousand dollar budget and seventy five hundred dollars to seventy five percent of madness to go to michigan engagement and twenty five percent of that is to go towards needs within the people of that missile community and these guys are are looking out thinking. How do we. How do we use. God's money in our community in this way and it's beautiful to to watch sort of flip everything over when you have the opportunity to start poll the expenses out that we're used to spending just about all of our kingdom funds on.

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LA opens its first tiny home village to ease homeless crisis

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

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

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"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!

the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!

"And i think it's great doing that. I really do. Yeah all right. So you're part of this film festival features arm personal performances They vein you but you have to pay for your own expenses from airfare to hotel to whatever you may need in regards to the show itself. How can people contribute to your campaign to make michael's daughter a success in new york city They log onto indie. Go go dot com and search for michael's daughter nyc and contribute. I literally have knighton less to make this a possibility Trying to raise seventy five hundred dollars to cover all expenses and honestly that was the cheapest can go As far as budgeting goes and you know. Not nick that expensive i would. I could but So yeah this going and go dot com. Look up michael daughter in in wi fi and go ahead and donate. It's if people can donate the biggest thing that you can do is just spread. The word i'm also looking for people to share their experiences. via a twitter facebook videos emails. Whatever and and i will feature all of those on the michael's daughter dot org web page Because every time i perform this play it it's crazy. I'm realizing that this is on my story at first when our focus this thing it was a selfish venture. I was like yes. This is my story. I'm telling my story blah blah blah so then coming come to find out you know there's so many people that are affected by having a parent that's incarcerated or affect road. I drugged in substance abuse. And so you know it's just it. It's it's so writing to have people various colours and creeds. Just come to me. And and some of that and people are very very touched by this story and so i wanna i wanna make this not just about and telling her story like let it be fair everybody else. Every time i do this play so So yeah you know just spread the word. Share your story with me or Or donate some money to some money in the pet please Routine and the donations. People can be anything. I may be as little as you know dollar two thousand dollars. So don't think you have to have some minimum five hundred dollars donation or anything like that Just you know if you want to contribute. They contribute what you can. If you can't do it with the funds and what she said do it with the story you know something inspiring Now i will say that t to q has contributed to the find so want to make sure that You know for my support. Well ain't now. Yeah i did. I got it. Thank you some whites. And i'll be honest with you. I'm not hearing that new orleans accent that i've grown to love for my frequent mardi gras trips back in the day. Why it is de know. Man i i. I've been so many years art school and everything would acting cool. And kinda beat my accent outta me honestly but i it comes back then you mad enough. I'll i'll go there.

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"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"And i'm trying to get them to accept that the hotel you know that we've called a murder castle you know. And then it's that's kind of been locked into place by the devil in the white city. We've got we've got to start thinking that it more as a doctor frankenstein's laboratory instead of a murder. Sure there was. there were murders there. Were desk committed. But the man was investigating about the human body about the brain Some of the things he wrote about about chloroform anesthesia and even stem cell. Were still way ahead of their time. And i'm convinced that there were things going out on down in that basement that We still haven't Explored enough about. And i'm hoping to have them help me put together a show about that. That would be wonderful question. Chat room that said when they did the dna testing Where did they take the samples from what parts of the body. And then did they use. Just the teeth will. They took it from the back of the skull. There's a porous pocket at the back of the skull that they have to drill into with the diamond drill bit and it comes out the soft powder that they just. The scientists are just thrilled over for testing. Dna interesting We also have a question that says well. Someone in the chat room is saying. Still think he he most likely paid off a terminally. Ill guard to take his place. Somehow that would have provided the guard Family and allowed him to escape in the guard uniform. It's i've heard i've heard of before it's a good theory and i i would. I would tend to agree that something like that happen. I know Guys that before the execution he gave an interview to the hearst corporation the big publishing outfit and newspaper company and they paid him seventy five hundred dollars for this interview so he had plenty of money. I also i also know that his first life clar my great great grandmother made three visits to the prison and then back to chicago for him while he was in prison. I'm and i don't know. I don't have any record of and i'm convinced that was to go to banks so he had a lot of money in the prison and so buying a substitute guard like your chatroom listener. Suggested is a good idea and he and you take someone that intelligent and who has Bob and weave their entire creepy existence from the law and everything else and he had so much so many the the degree in law and everything he he had a different way of thinking that anybody was so intelligent and it was so scary. Any thought of how can i get out of this and he would come up with something that not the average person i could prison guard or even someone who you know police officers or anyone even had at that time he would have been beyond what they would have thought of. Just murderers don't think like we do so we go. Yeah they wouldn't do that. Oh yeah.

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"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"seventy five hundred dollars" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

"Wanna talk about real estate and i and my all the sun. I realized that my attention was no longer on the micro of everything it was on the macro i. I wanted to understand the practical things that were going on in my life. Negotiating with salaries right how to shop around insurance. I'm like nobody's teaching me how to do all the things that all my money's being spent on and this is this is not what i signed up for refinance that house and now i i got some of the equity out which was insane. I basically quadrupled my down payment put seventy high quits. Seventy five hundred dollars down on that first house right. That was nothing like back then. That was everything but that was like a bargain. Obviously and now all of a sudden i had thirty grants was like thirty grandson rich life i mean sham retiring and done but you know i saw the service that debt. I'm i mean. I wasn't completely oblivious to the fact this was borrowed money against the property still owned. So i use that to buy two more properties. And that's when i realized that i found this system and no one had really taught it to me. It was just you know really being desperate and meticulous about every dollar and being petrified of understanding. You know if i was gonna lose money or make money and i just kept cracking all these nuts. I'm like wow. I've got cash flow coming in like i'm covering all my expenses and then at the end of the day i am making a few hundred dollars and my renters are paying down the principal balance on my mortgage. That's something i didn't even really think about but it was like. Wow my mortgage went down. And now i've got equity that i can pull out of this. I was like holy smokes. There's even more nuggets in here than i could have imagined. And that's when i started doing you know what i consider. Flip to yourself. Lot of people call it the burr method. You know i had bought it. I renovated the basement. A little bit gone up in value. I refinanced. I repeated the process. But then i i really kind of hit the gas after three properties..

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The Hardest NO-GO Decision I've Ever Made: Metal Fatigue in Piper Wing

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

06:53 min | 2 years ago

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

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Did This Secret Tournament Put Players in Danger?

theScore Esports Podcasts

05:06 min | 3 years ago

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.

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Pelosi: House 'not prepared' to vote remotely on coronavirus relief bill

Dana Loesch

00:54 sec | 3 years ago

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

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House Democrats propose cash payments of $1,500 per person

AM Tampa Bay

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

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

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States Take The Wheel Promoting Electric Vehicles

Environment: NPR

03:45 min | 3 years ago

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

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Man allegedly tried to force the woman into the car after she left the Boston nightclub

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

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

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Mach-E: Meet the new electric Ford Mustang of the future

Kim Komando

01:39 min | 3 years ago

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

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Mustang Mach-E Specs Revealed!

Motor1.com Podcast

03:16 min | 3 years ago

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

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This is what makes the Mustang Mach-E special

Motor1.com Podcast

03:16 min | 3 years ago

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

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The Mustang Grows Up — And Goes Green

America's Truckin' Network

00:54 sec | 3 years ago

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

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Is BizAv Entering The Third Age Of Aviation?

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

09:30 min | 3 years ago

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 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Can an app make the call on baseball umpires?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:10 min | 3 years ago

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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Tesla's Deliveries Plummet; What's Next For Model 3?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:55 min | 4 years ago

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.

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Tesla Cuts Prices, Model 3 Deliveries Miss Target

WSJ What's News

04:28 min | 4 years ago

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.

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Can Trump yank GM's electric vehicle tax credit?

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:41 sec | 4 years ago

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

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Trump threatens General Motors subsidies over plant closures

Mac and Gaydos

00:31 sec | 4 years ago

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

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Airline employee steals plane, takes off, then crashes

24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 5 years ago

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

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