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US New Home Sales Drop 5.9% in May, Second Monthly Decline
"New home sales drop for a second straight month sales of new homes last month declined by nearly six percent more than what analysts had expected but the median price of a new home surged to three hundred seventy four thousand dollars up eighteen percent from a year ago homes that hit the market often get multiple offers far exceeding the listing price demand has been fueled by the shortage of available homes and by low mortgage rates the federal reserve hopes the low rates will help lift the economy out of the recession that was triggered by the corona virus my camp in Washington
The Ford F-150 PowerBoost Hybrid
"Why not start with the biggest. Yeah i mean this was that we gave our edmonds talk right a truck towards the end of last year by finally got spencer longer time in over last week and then a few few days besides and yeah it's It's a lovely thing. I it's crazy when you think how trucks come on i mean this is basis This was this was like platinum. So it's the second to talk trade limits of the top trim but it had all the the hybrid system and loads of additional equipment at. It's just a it's a beautiful. You have the beds that lie flat. You know you'd these new you can hope for these seats that she basically turned into like a business bad many in most business class seats the little tables of fell out in the middle after push button guessed. It goes down and then you can fold out these tables. You know the The quality the leather just a fixed feels inside like a like a luxury car with tons and tons of space and glass roof eh. It goes all massage seats. Must have seats in fifty. He just took disciplines. You but it's a seventy full. This was a seventy four thousand dollar at its trailer. Anything that range. The belts at thirty grounding ghost serb about almost one hundred you know. He's almost kind of mad to think of it as an f. One fifty you've got almost kind of compartmentalize it but a great thing. I mean it drives. it drives. Well the the hybrid system is kind of nice to have around town but there is. It's not perfect. You feel as you do so many hybrids that little bit of that little bit of the transmission power train on refinements as it cuts from. Jim motor and back again. When it's what he's almost really generates emoji doesn't sound too great either but it's kind of nice to have at low speeds particularly if you kind of more not more urban centric like i The only thing that really makes it feel like a truck is just a a the physicality of the thing and be be the ride quality. You know you always that way. You realize you're in a truck and not next. Uv still dot. Kind of fairly fairly Ride right it's still has to toe in. Carry a payload which is actually interesting. Because i did when. I when i drove it at the ford event. I did grab one of the big trailers i grab one of the large like stream liner or. What do you call. I one of the big trailers and towed with it and a power boost towing was interesting because you know first of all it loads up that suspension which is actually more comfortable with with a bunch of weight hundred that it is without oftentimes and the combination of of the electric motors of getting you know getting onto the freeway. Up to speed or from a gecko i. I signed that of saw as a bit of it. Vantage having that low low. End torque yeah. Solids detaineees instantaneous. Just to get things moving not so. Yeah it's a cool thing and the only thing is what he you know in isolation and then start thinking if you need a truck so nathan seventy five grand you know. You're in july jelly x y. And i wanted to support a lincoln navigator. Seventy five thousand dollars buys you a pretty serious. Suv yeah it does i. I don't know how much i don't know you guys can answer that but how much cross shopping there as i feel. Like if you're a truck guy or you need a truck or have driven trucks for a long time like you're just you're just kind of that yet. You're kind of in on right. And that's what ford's banking on right. That's why they sell a million of these things here. It is and you know what i mean. Obviously i've got no talking about english roads. You know you couldn't drive it forms in the uk. But i'm a truck guy now. I love this. We went out with my. Yeah your truck guy on sunday and we we we went to hike and then we called and got some food on the way back. We actually the three of us in the bed so was like covy friendly friendly family environment. You can't sit outside. Maybe he can sit in your body. It was great. I drove a number of them. Like you're just driving now and we're saying that you know these are seventy seventy five thousand dollars trucks at this point but they don't have to be right. You said they started about thirty. I don't even know if it's even less than that. But do we know where the power boost version starts. What is basically if if if it really is a utility vehicle for you. The idea of the power boost is fantastic all the plugs and the outlets and the power on board and the the the job site stuff so kind of makes you wonder like what is the power boost entry level price. Because i don't know the power boost it's not like power was ten thousand dollars. It's a it's a few thousand dollars. Above so i don't know are. Is it somewhere around. Thirty three grand to to get sort of an entry level power boost. F one fifty. It's two and a half you remember correctly it's about two and a half gram. Does an option always tuna off ground above the. Va is an option. But i think what ford's done Had a so much complexity in in ordering a truck these days. If you ever see the old guide for netflix fifty. it's insane. It's like one of those old fashioned telephone books But what they have done is they've allowed this they Powertrain all on pretty much. The whole reg movies on the very bottom train but instead of just reserving it for plaza limited. They're actually giving you access to it across the right so you can. You can spec the truck exactly how you want it. So yeah i think it starts in the The probably starts in the thirties or the very the very least forty is you. Don't have to yeah. You don't have to get all the bells and whistles to get the power trae which is great because depending on your depending on your needs. A hobby project could be super useful. Yeah i i. I think you're right in that. I don't remember if power boost meant you'd have to get a bunch of other stuff a lot of times like oh. I want this package but you have to. You know get three other defaulted and i don't think you have to. I think you might have to get towing and things like that. But there's a there's a bit of stuff. But yeah and i think that that generates a system in the in the in the load bay is a is additional is additional but it eight some at least giving you the option you don't have to have you know.
"seventy four thousand dollars" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"With a lucky few to get the robot ready for life in the real world and in large part to determine what this mesmerizing Lee dexterous machine might actually be good for this kind of extreme remote operation is a window into spot spotting her I don't understand a large dog too it's not and it doesn't have a head right now does it look like just let you know yeah it doesn't have a head sort of like a deer a construction company for instance might program spot to take a route around a work site taking pictures of the progress along the way but anytime remote operator can take control the robot the drone then it's cheaper I guess no there isn't it there's no head no like that traditionally yeah Hey it's it's it's a robot basically it's not a dog you can snuggle with that thing seventy four thousand dollars him can lower hello Mike I'm doing the I know I'm just I'm staring at this thing on the radio like I don't understand don't miss the people at eBay they're trending today since former eBay employees have been charged with terrorizing the editor and publisher of an online newsletter with threats and disturbing deliveries to their home including live spiders and cockroaches so the federal authorities of the employees set out to terrorize a Massachusetts couple who ran the newsletter with threatening messages and deliveries because executives are upset about the newsletter's coverage of the company eBay took these allegations very seriously from the onset and move quickly to investigate and take appropriate action the executives are upset about the newsletter's coverage so their employees set out to ruin the lives of the couple who ran the website sending a funeral wreath bloody pig face Halloween mask and other alarming items to the home the employees also sent pornographic magazines with the husband's name on it to their neighbor's house and planned to break in the couple's garage to install GPS device in their car so now because you were saying mean stuff about eBay who was that I would have taken the stuff they sent and put it on eBay for six that.
"seventy four thousand dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Much in card that home drive right I want to say like just shy of seventy five thousand yeah hello wow we had a lot of rolling stock on yeah so and how much credit card debt our your over an hour so what is the house so for we don't the house for two hundred and seventy four thousand dollars okay cool so like another two hundred thousand in some change is paid off by selling other stuff and by cash flowing it with this increase in income over four years yeah you guys have been on quite a journey your whole lives are turned upside down enhance your driving different stuff you live in a different place in your income doubled yeah it's been quite a ride so what are you doing now are you renting or what no we use the profit from the sale of our house the past the last delivered at water dream home I'd just outside Minneapolis suburb called Minnetonka Minnesota and in a great school district yeah just living the dream cool so is that house paid for well well well so your debt free except the mortgage on the new house I got you yep cool way to go how old are you guys well actually there thirty six birthday today Happy Birthday thank you very nice and so how long have you two been married four years okay so that's what started this whole thing yeah wonder propose and then I said Hey I have a lot of that we think that if I did it over yes and here's what you're getting did you you didn't know about the debt before the proposal no I I had no idea it wasn't hidden or anything okay she's like okay it but she's like game on if we're gonna get married we got to clean this up right very much okay so you went to financial peace university is your first order of business upon getting engaged yup as a part of our marriage prep class then there's a really great class then we just have been give Alan tense ever sense and pay cash for our wedding be cash for honeymoon and just kept on rolling now when you start selling houses and you start selling cars we'll start saying you're crazy tonight yeah we're definitely weird yeah you got some push back from everywhere did you yeah yeah yeah did you have anybody that was cheering you on well one of the people I was your man we're actually in his office that church right now is the finance director the buses and cheering us on a long time at our church okay here all right so you had you had some back up that was telling you your crazy well are your friends thought you lost your mind yeah yeah yeah well you didn't lose your mind you paid off five hundred and thirty three thousand dollars in four years and some change that's pretty freakin impressive is what it is brand new marriage and this is your first order of business and just reach over knock off a half a million wow very cool what do you tell people the secret to getting out of that is taking her budget yeah and then No lowing know mine and you've been a full sentence no what was what was it inside of you guys and what are the discussions sound like the cause you to turn loose of cars and houses I mean you you just you turn loose of everything you you really did away with your need to prove something to everybody looking in from the outside something had to switch inside your brain for that to happen you know I'm talking about what enabled you to do that yeah it was just more of okay taking stock in what we actually needed and what with extra and we just really need the extra cars or you know the house was at a good time to sell to maximize their profits so yes we're no well I mean part of it was we really sat down and we went through the legacy journey queue and thought about what we wanted our future to look like and you know when and if we have kids and now that we have a title or what we wanted her life to look like in without both of our parents really struggle financially growing up but we knew that the they're wonderful people but we didn't want to leave that kind of a legacy for our daughter so if we keep all this crap we're gonna be stuck in debt with our kid the rest of our lives yeah so you can start you can start canceling some garbage at that point right yeah yeah because just off yeah so what was the car that was the hardest to sell the one that was emotional yeah yeah I had a equal knocks that we have downloaded a smaller car that cheaper right hard to let that one go a motorcycle a card to yeah not there's not there yeah they're flashing the stuff up on you tube that the purple motorcycle what was that thing that was Yamabe start oh my gosh and custom paint job on it yeah it was when I bought it at the time about it yeah yeah so that that was kind of your baby yeah what that is self for our fifteen hundred dollars as well and if the owner for fifteen hundred yeah wow okay so Megan you need to know that when a guy like Derek or guy like me that loves motors and loves the sound of a muffler when he will remove something like that from his life for the good of his family that that is a an act of love that is a very real by a real man way to go Derek are you proud of you and so very manly thing to do it's very difficult today but it's a very it's a proper way to live and die you'll get another so you know again of the bike some day if you want one and you'll be you'll you'll be able to live like no one else in later to living give like no one else I'm so proud of you guys well done very very well done you guys are heroes man you've completely change your family tree how's it feel you'll get really good all right we got a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you every day millionaires you're going to be one make a hundred seventy six thousand dollars you're gonna be payments and you've only been married for years your rockstar's man town it down let's hear debt free three zero one well there's something about a man or a woman willing to release an item that is precious to them for the good of their family that indicates you've grown up and your fifty three years old before you do that it's not a thirty year old singer twenty five year old thank it's an emotional well being thing I think the millennials called a some people wait till they're sixty to start adultery it's a good thing the adult has become of her it's something we all ought to learning to delay pleasure for the good of ourselves and those around us that we love this is the Dave Ramsey show for over twenty years I've recommended Zander insurance on their term life programs I'm still amazed at how many families have no life insurance or not enough and would be financially devastated if a spouse or parent died it's inexcusable since the cost of term life is just plain cheap and Xander really has figured out a way to make it simple and straightforward they only sell the plans I recommend and their system is built to your needs you pick your path if you want to work on line you can compare all the companies and handle everything over the web even signing up and getting your policy.
"seventy four thousand dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Seventy four thousand dollars or more my friends these numbers my opinion they present a very harsh future for retirees in this country very very harsh future in in that this retirement going to be remembered as an ideal of the twentieth century in his gonna get punched in the face genetics and the millennials they are ground zero for this retirement bomb this retirement bomb is going to begin unravel in the next ten to fifteen years it is it absolutely is let's go in the median retirement savings right let's talk about people that are savers what is the median ages for for families age fifty six to sixty one that's the doorstep to retirement how much are they saved at the doorstep to retirement seventeen thousand dollars that's the median that means half of families have less one half more is it hello my name is just the other day that's the scariest thing out there is that people have amassed on the doorstep to retirement a whopping seventeen thousand dollars in the wealthiest nation on earth tell me that's not a problem yet when you look at Washington DC watching the seas worried about some stupid phone call to Ukraine when a hundred million Americans are destined to remain poor until their dying days and and maybe that is the plan maybe maybe that's the big plan for washing DC it in I can't say I haven't thought about that right the conspiracy theorist in me if we had a society of of poor dependent people what does that look like maybe that's the plan I don't know what we gonna do about it well we're not sit around the solution is right here my friends the solution is on the show the solution is getting educated the solution is.
"seventy four thousand dollars" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Seventy four thousand dollars or more my friends these numbers my opinion they present a very harsh future for retirees in this country very very harsh future in in that this retirement going to be remembered as an ideal of the twentieth century in his gonna get punched in the face genetics and the millennials they are ground zero for this retirement bomb this retirement bomb is going to begin to unravel in the next ten to fifteen years it is it absolutely is let's go in the median retirement savings right let's talk about people that are savers what is the median ages for for families age fifty six to sixty one that's the doorstep to retirement how much are they saved at the doorstep to retirement seventeen thousand dollars that's the median that means half of families have less one half more is it ski hello my name is just the other day that's the scariest thing out there is that people have amassed on the doorstep to retirement a whopping seventeen thousand dollars in the wealthiest nation on earth tell me that's not a problem yet when you look at Washington DC watching the seas worried about some stupid phone call to Ukraine when a hundred million Americans are destined to remain poor until their dying days and and maybe that is the plan maybe maybe that's the big plan for washing DC it in I can't say I haven't thought about that right the conspiracy theorist in me if we had a society of of poor dependent people what does that look like maybe that's the plan I don't know what we gonna do about it well we're not sit around the solution is right here my friends the solution is on the show the solution is getting educated the solution is.
Fires in Brazil's Amazon blamed on deforestation
"There's anger and dismay around the world about what's happening in the amazon right now. Tens of thousands of fires are burning in the rainforest dramatically more than last year environmentalists. I say many of these are caused by cattle ranchers and loggers clearing forest land. They blame brazil's president for encouraging them. N._p._r.'s philip brees has just returned from a trip to the amazon and i can you just give us a sense of scale. How serious is the situation. I know it's a cliche but the amazon rainforest really is the lungs of the world stores vast amounts of carbon. That's really crucial for slowing climate change. There are tens of thousands of fires in the forest every year but this year the number is far higher. Let me give you some of the figures according to brazil's institute of space that being more than seventy four thousand dollars this year and that's up more in eighty percent on last year and a lot of these are in the amazon the have been spikes before in two thousand and five for example but back then there was a drought and and environmentalists and climate change experts saying there's no drought this year and there are no doubt the people causing most of these in order to clear land often for cattle and they say that they have the data to prove it. When you visited the rainforest. How close were you able to get to see evidence of these fires always in the west of brazil in the state of actually which is mostly actually covered by rainforest and i drove into the forest and started to see smoke pretty early on and eventually came across a fire. There's actually burning there so i turned on my taper cola woah this area of land here well inside the amazon rainforest is burning. I can see charred tree stumps all around me smoke rising not just about this particular part of the fire but of over in the distance old around. I could see the forest but i could also see a large area. Maybe ten twelve football fields that has been unburned now. That's just one fire if you think that there are many thousands of these sense of the scale of this a scale so great that according to the world meteorological organization tation smoke from amazon fis is actually reaching the atlantic coast and also brazil's biggest city sao paulo way to the south of the amazon. Why are environmentalists blaming aiming brazil's president for this jabu scenario. The president argues that his government can exploit the amazon's mineral and agricultural wealth and preserve the forest but if you look at what he's actually done since taking office in january. It doesn't seem to have much to do with preservation. He's weakened government environmental enforcement osman agencies. He's alienated too key foreign sources of money for preservation projects norway and germany. He's also scoffed at satellite data compiled compiled by the government's monitoring agency and a lot of people say that by doing this does not always encouraging illegal loggers cattle ranches to cause more destruction of the kind. We're seeing now. Listen to the amer hamas. Who's from the socio environmental institute here in brazil. I think that it shows to people that the government's not interested stood in enforcing the legislation and strengthening all the strategies to combat deforestation like green sign for people to go into the ground rounding to the forest without any kind of control because they know that the president afterwards will say well that didn't happen. You know how is wilson are reacting getting to these kinds of accusations well. He's tried to counter-attack by suggesting without offering any evidence that non-governmental organizations are deliberately setting fires lies in the forest to make him look bad boston tried to row back from that remarks somewhat today by posting online video accusing the media of irresponsibly hyping those remarks but the allegations still out there and it's causing a lot of astonishment also outrage. There is generally a lot of anger here about what's happening in the rainforest brazil's environment minister at a taste of that during a u._n. Climate change meeting here in brazil this week where he was heckled and booed and in the coming days protests are planned around brazil to highlight the crisis in amazon. That's n._p._r.'s philip reeve's in rio de janeiro philip thank you you're welcome.
"seventy four thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News
"To the starting price of seventy four thousand dollars when it shows up at dealerships this fall scientists in southern California have installed an underwater sound system they hope will reduce collisions between whales and ships in the Santa Barbara channel a listening station on the channel floors able to capture whale calls as far as thirty miles that devices connected by cable to a booby floating above that transmits data by satellite to scientists on shore from their captains can be alerted to slow their ships down or re route it's the latest attempt to prevent ships from running into Wales in the channel where cargo vessels in and out of the ports of LA and Long Beach cross breeding grounds of endangered bluefin and humpback whales the sound system will fully launch in early twenty twenty a dead zone in the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland where algae blooms are sucking all the oxygen out of the water of been growing this summer AP correspondent Ben Thomas reports data from Maryland's natural resources department shows the dead zone in the Chesapeake Bay had grown to two cubic miles by customs check in delays I'm to acquire with an A. P. news been at thousands of passengers arriving into the S. at airports across the country ran into long lines at customs Michael Littler it is a spokesman for metro Washington airports he says customs and border protection notify the airport we learned that the computer system that customs and border protection uses to international travelers into the country had an issue agents were screening passengers manually leading to the back ups the computers are back on at Washington Dulles and other east coast airports New York city's medical examiner says billionaire Jeffrey opting committed suicide by hanging himself in his cell and the federal lockup last Saturday after the new it earlier been taken off the suicide watch was being held without bail on charges of sex trafficking and sexually abusing teenage girls he was found dead in his cell a bed sheet around his neck jail guards on exchange unit fell to check him every half hour as required I'm to McGuire AP digital news back in a moment thank you where can you get piece of bread twist specialty chicken and more for just five ninety ninety domino's.
"seventy four thousand dollars" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Hook up with you right and you have total control over them yeah you're on the wrong show buddy four wives sounds like a nightmare who wants MRI eyes that doesn't really for people like either all of like houses though so they're not all know yeah he like rotates through and some with winds of as is with the I don't like those other houses IT build another house is well I had a smart move I thought so well I haven't seen this on a long time see he listens to our show it's a shocking to me that he shares my view on marriage that someone else is fine for women that want to marry him Macy's has pulled novelty plates that measured food portions by skinny jeans favorite jeans and mom jeans after person complained on Twitter so it's like a circle plate and then if you filled up just a little part that it would be skinny jeans like the middle and there was another little circle and if you filled that up then it would have been the favorite jeans and then if you went all the way to the ads then you were a mom jeans Perry said somebody get very upset when they saw the plates on display in New York City this person couldn't believe what she saw as body shaming messaging especially for people who struggle with their weight or have eating disorders the store's apologized for having missed the mark instead it would remove the plate how bout you don't buy the plate that's right isn't that simple yeah I just don't buy it I mean it's it's it's cheeky it's corny I don't know how to play brought I don't know who would buy the plate and I if you gave me that plate filled up I'd be like yeah I don't know I would think it was funny but just how bout just don't buy it nobody buys it and we don't have a problem right I don't know I don't like to play I don't I don't like it either about like let me know I don't think that they should sell things like that I think they know better they have a lot of influence and I feel like they're at a lot of people are affected by eating again but they sell a lot of like that they would store so allow like cheeky stuff like silly stuff and I don't know that's silly I don't like that okay Sony Pictures Entertainment released the first trailer for a beautiful day in the neighborhood Tom Hanks all stars as television personality Mister Rogers the movie tells the story of a jaded and cynical journalist who's assigned to write a profile piece for esquire about television icon Fred Rogers along the way Roger shows reporter how kindness and empathy can leave a lasting impression on the lives of strangers the film is based on the real life friendship between Rodgers and journalist Tom a is it a Jew node Juno stop watching that trailer I love that show that was my childhood watching the show a beautiful day in the neighborhood scheduled to hit theaters on November twenty second that guy's very that here's somebody very mad about guy Virginia he's doing it for seventy four thousand dollars in damages after finding the good dive a Belgian chocolates he bought were made in Pennsylvania and not in Belgium what I spent fifteen dollars in the chocolate in DC and the rappers had Belgium nineteen twenty six written on them so he thought I'm buying bell but soon he found at the candy was made in Pennsylvania and filed a civil suit on behalf of himself and the DC public who purchased could dive a chocolate products the one seventy four thousand dollars saying the public are being deceived into paying a premium when we will be made as sad to know how many European quote unquote European cars are made in the U. S. that aren't you right what makes her Sadie's in South Carolina and VW's Amasa Morales I don't understand how we get the seventy four thousand one hundred I'm seventy four thousand that's how mad I am a mom in Missouri is trending she was shocked when she went to pick up her daughter's birthday cake at Walmart and it.
"seventy four thousand dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"You can vote again as always it's Hey to raise the cost of living is so you can get the cost of living adjustment all you want and it'll every cost of living adjustment is voting to increase the pressure to exploit loopholes and legal loopholes other ways to rid oneself that's a member of Congress AOC I saying publicly that if you don't raise our pay beyond a hundred seventy four thousand dollars year members of Congress are going to be pressured to break the rules to cheat hi to even illegally fine money elsewhere Hey Josh give me Sean on number four Hey brother you there how are you I'm a I'm good man take it away hi she's in the middle of a campaign finance scandal yes you want you and I both know I love to talk to you about this how much of the kind that congressman have is spent on raising money and shaking down contributors seventy to eighty five percent and that's a conservative estimate and you don't feel they don't cut you know this they don't really touch that hundred and seventy four thousand their expense like you said the Ying Yang what about the zombie finance phones see how come no one ever talks about this we've got dead congressman who still have campaign finance reason money and spending money this is all around a financial scam it really is a front and the idea that they can you know I get it it's it's upsetting that they distract us with bill pay the only restraint in this country are to be on politicians yet they have none as for the real bottle of of cost of living we wouldn't need those cost of living increases if you would if they would do their fracking **** yeah it is because of their incompetence that all our costs are through the roof how many of us have had a cost of living increase the real people that make the world go round how many of our home values have increased the GDP how many the idea that they are held by no no restrictions are no greater no no no no no no accountability they have no accountability they exempt themselves from what they cast on us this is how you know it is a socialist country and she thinks she deserves it because she sees herself with a god among us it's a bigger problem than just the money they meant shiny thank you thank you for Wayne and the bigger problem is we don't pay attention are they almost this week got away with doing this thanks Sean they almost got away this week with doing this the problem is we don't pay attention the problem is they stay there for ever I go back to this this is why term limits are so damn important until the American voter stops voting for people both either party who've been in Washington DC for too damn long you're going to have these problems where they increase their own pay they give themselves all these other duties perks and benefits they do it the longer they've been there nobody should be in Washington DC that long to the point where a pension even matters it's a part time job they.
"seventy four thousand dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"You can vote against is all you get in my opinion voting against it Hey like a raise the cost of living is so you can get the cost of living adjustment all you want and it'll every cost of living adjustment gets its voting to increase the pressure to exploit legal loopholes to kind of other ways to rid oneself that's a member of Congress AOC I saying publicly that if you don't raise our pay beyond a hundred seventy four thousand dollars a year members of Congress are going to be pressured to break the rules to cheat hi to even illegally fine money elsewhere Hey Josh give me Sean on number four Hey brother you there how are you I'm a I'm good man take it away hi she's in the middle of a campaign finance scandal yes you want you and I both know I love to talk to you about this how much of that kind that congressman have is spent on raising money and shaking down contributors seventy to eighty five percent and that's a conservative estimate and you don't feel they don't cut you know this they don't really touch that hundred and seventy four thousand their expense like you said the Ying Yang what about the zombie finance fun see how come no one ever talks about this we've got dead congressman who still have campaign finance reason money and spending money this is all around a financial scam it really is a front and the idea that they can you know I get it it's it's upsetting that they distract us with bill pay the only restraint in this country are to be on politicians yet they have none as for the real bottle of of cost of living we wouldn't need those cost of living increases if you would if they would do their fracking **** yeah it is because of their incompetence that all our costs are through the roof how many of us have had a cost of living increase the real people that make the world go around how many of our home values have increased to GDP how many the idea that they are held by no no restrictions or no great you're no good no one knows no no accountability they have no accountability they exempt themselves from what they cast on us this is how you know it is a socialist country and she thinks he deserves it because she sees herself for the god among us it's a bigger problem than just the money the men shiny thank you thank you for Wayne and the bigger problem is we don't pay attention they almost this week got away with doing this thanks Sean they almost got away this week with doing this the problem is we don't pay attention the problem is they stay there for ever I go back to this this is why term limits are so damn important until the American voter stops voting for people both either party who've been in Washington DC for too damn long you're going to have these problems were they increase their own pay they give themselves all these other goodies perks and benefits they do it the longer they've been there nobody should be in Washington DC that long to the point where a pension even matters it's.
"seventy four thousand dollars" Discussed on WJR 760
"Let's continue with our phone call showy. Yes. I think we shout Tim, Colorado Springs, Colorado, the great caviar go. Mr. Levin regarding the interview that Trump did with George stuffing, envelopes typical of blending, apples and oranges to create lemonade, like the media does except it's not lemonade. It only has the same color, but the two different apples and oranges is that Trump was answering a question from stuffing envelopes, from the perspective of an individual from foreign country. Christopher Wray was specifically talking about foreign governments, and individuals representing foreign governments, apples and oranges and hope that straight and get it right last night while Lindsay really didn't get it right today. And it's pretty basic. All right, sir. I appreciate it. Lisa atlanta. Georgia XM satellite, go. Hey, I just wanna talk about term limits and the budget that congress, it's a problem. Trump is not the problem is a problem. They get paid a hundred seventy four thousand dollars a year. They get a pension after one term, which is two years for the house, and the best healthcare that's enough for them. Meanwhile, it takes twenty years of service to get a pension for military and you're not guaranteed a VA benefit. How about this? Have. I we cut their salaries when the deficit goes up. Have you know they like to talk about merit. I'm all for merit. How about we put them on some kind of merit based income? But they won't do it. They're never going to vote themselves anything based on merit. That's for sure. They're never gonna do anything. I mean, look, look at these fools now in the house of representatives, look at them tripping over each other with subpoenas accusing the president of crimes, talking about impeachment should we impeach impeach should he be indicted, for what for nothing here, the American people, they elect, these clowns, put them in the house of representatives. Look at them. They look like fools. I mean they really look like fools and what the hell's the Senate, where those clowns when are they going to wake up? For the American people, and the working for legal aliens, they're working for criminals against the cops. Now I gotta hear all the code pink Republicans Congo line coming on. Iran is taking warlike acts against its neighbors against us. It's blowing up oil tankers, we need to have these navigable waters free for commerce throughout the world. They're threatening our troops. They're threatening our allies and it's Trump's fault, and Pompeo's fought and Bolton's fought, this is crap..
"seventy four thousand dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Okay. So we have just established that the, the base salary for a member of congress. If you're on a certain committees, or your chairs of committees or subcommittees, or you're the euro whip or you're an assistant leader or you the speaker, you will be more, but it's a hundred and seventy four thousand dollars. Okay. All right. About her being from the Bronx, Bronx and queens. Bronx and queens. Okay. Sure. So not the queens. I knew I mean, the queen's to be kind of a blue collar, working class, queens district says, whatever. So today, she was asked, I guess they're contemplating a pay race. They're contemplating pushing for a pay raise in congress. Wouldn't you know, wouldn't you know, somebody thought this may not be idea. Well, what did Alexandria Cossio Cortez who year ago was working as not a year ago couple years ago? It was working as again bartender bartender waitress, whatever you wanna call no issue of that, by the issue. That's one of the saying she wasn't making that much money because bartenders usually don't make the same level of money that congressman, I don't know any bartenders out there who earn a hundred seventy four thousand dollars a year. Okay. Fair enough. So she was asked about a possible pay raise? Well, she's all in this is the, the democratic socialist congresswoman, whatever you wanna call her. Aol see when asked about the possibility of the papers. She gets really offended. It may not be politically.
"seventy four thousand dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Like at eight minute montage somewhere of the whole thing that I thought you're just playing off of that. But that was also done as a as a radio bit. Okay. Okay. What's up next, Scott Steele? Let's go. Handful of senior house lawmakers, Scott, David don't lose your luster. It's all right frustrated by decade of frozen congressional salaries or quietly exploring whether to accept an annual pay raise that they've done. People in congress got are talking about giving themselves a raise. Well, what do you think about that? What is your Scott? Take would be give ourselves raises that why not? Yes, go ahead, Scott if you and I right now, clap our hands three times quick he'll snap back out of old news mandate back to current day. Two three. Okay. David wake up and tinker bell. Knocked me flat. No, you didn't rip it off on purpose. Now that's evident. It's it's it's retired. It's done. Now. It's gotta live live. It's gone. It's gone forever. So yes, people in congress are talking about giving themselves a pay raise because seventy four thousand dollars a year is not enough say, and in fairness, these inexpensive place. Don't go work there. Then how's that? But you're unable most of them are incapable of doing anything else other than what they're doing. They have no marketable skill to do anything else. Well, I would say let's do this who was the Nimrod earlier. There was talking about we have ten million to leave. We hit him Pete. Yeah. Let's get ten million signatures that say you deserve rate for not good luck with that. Yeah. I bet you ain't gonna get to California here halfway home those not. So they'll do whatever the thing. Congress people should get race. Well, if they could phrase it in such a way that they need to compete with the fat cats. I think that's a place where all Americans are United. You've gotta virtue signal that somehow the disappointment to put it lightly with congress. I don't know. I think that it seems like the salary is enough. I mean, we hear how Alexandra Cossio Cortez is doing right now. He discovered a garbage disposal. Yes. Greg elections, hold garbage disposal. Highlife never seen garbage disposal. Any place I've ever lived..
"seventy four thousand dollars" Discussed on KTOK
"Tar because alley. One hundred seventy four thousand dollars a year. But you filthy rich that happen. That's what we wanna know. They wanna give some transparency that. You took the words right out of my mom good. I'm fired up. I could do two hours with you, ladies, I know that you got to run it. I appreciate you always taken the time. The fact is you're right prosperity is back. We've got more jobs coming back everybody. I don't care if you're black white Hispanic American Indian, whatever you are woman, you are working more now than we have ever seen in the history of our country. And you're right. You can't see one blurb about it on the network news. And I love you keep calling him out. Ladies we have to keep them out and everybody, listen, we are in listen. This is another election side. You got almost five hundred people trying to run a gift. What they're not going to be able to be him. Make sure you get out tell somebody like the choir thing hotel now vote Republican both the president Donald J Trump. If you wanna keep your proxy if you wanna keep your tax. You wanna keep America? Great again. Right. So you won't get let I love it. All right. It's diving in silk chitchat toward dot com. Go there if you're in Grand Rapids, you need to go line to get those tickets right now and another great city near you is coming up, ladies, thanks a million. Always appreciate you. Thanks for having us. We always appreciate diamond and Soka they've become good friends. And again, you're listening in Grand Rapids on wood or in that area. Make sure you go and see them. They'll be in your town, very soon. One eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty joepags dot com. Stay writer, NewsRadio one thousand.
"seventy four thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"IRA. Get it going real good. You know, we can make it till twenty thirty one nets it she's going to be thirty one or so at the time. So we can throw in her face when we're all still here. She also said that allowing billionaires is immoral a system that allows billionaires is immoral. Oh, I know. Well, she's a socialist. She does everybody have the same amount of money. If you have a lot of money. That's immoral. Would there be a need for money at that point? Everybody's getting the same thing. You say I won't this. And no matter what you did. You would get whatever you won't. Now, you get you get the same as everybody else. So what if everybody else got everything they wanted? Then you could get whatever they want got to so. Yeah. But you know, how? Well, socialism has worked in the countries. It's been in. They said, well, they didn't do it. Right. But basically what it is everybody gets the same thing. So you don't have to work harder. You're still going to get what the guy next door gets. Well, there's there's a caveat to that. They didn't do it. Right. Because if you're not running the country, then you're not doing it. Right. You know, if I'm running the country and its socialist everything fine because I've got more than with the rest of the people got. Well, that's true. You still get living comfortably whatever you want. You're controlling it. All doesn't work. Does it were that animal idiot makes one hundred seventy four thousand dollars a year for six months work, and all of that idiocy hard to believe that shows you don't have to have a brain to make a lot of money. It's that when I started working. With oh, never mind. It's seven ten on AM Tampa Bay. Let's go to Keio me to give them a wack for you. Jack. Okay. You better take over quick. It's getting getting a little deep in there, isn't it? Gentlemen. Alrighty there from.
"seventy four thousand dollars" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"Interesting gave a talk the bulletproof conference on even in the numbers from a couple of years ago. It was about seventy four thousand dollars American. It's probably adjusted a little bit more here in California or something above that another thousand dollars doesn't make you any happier. You know, it's it's convenient. It's nice. And I learned this the hard way too. Because when I was about the same as you are when you made money, I made six million dollars most twenty six years old company, they held Google's first servers, the Facebook's servers just phase. And I remember. I was no happier with the money. I was kind of like elated, and then I told a friend I'll be happy when I have ten million. And like if you can't be happy with six, I'm pretty sure. We're in my head. It doesn't sound like you ever bit on that even a little bit. Which is so different. Did you get? Did you get happier? When when you got your fifty four million. I I will say in the early days of my company where? I remember people would always say like, oh, man. I was so much happier. When I was four that Mike what you're just having money, then because I was for imports sucks. I remember being pulled over and I had to pay a three hundred dollar ticket at three hundred thirty dollars my Bank account, and it just broke my heart. I'm just they're crying in my car. Because there it goes, you know, that everything and those days for sure we're not more happy than than when I had money. But it's like I can almost relate to that seventy thousand dollar Mark where when we started making money from my own at and getting past that Mark wasn't necessarily that. I was happier. But there were a lot of stresses in my life. That started the ease up. And man, that's something that I wish the whole world could experience, you know, when you when you see the burdens of finances on somebody. It. Yeah. Anyone who's ever experienced that in remembers that pain? You just wish you could take that away from every single person. But yeah, but then it got to a level where she has when you're getting like, those those crazy numbers up into the millions and onward than it just becomes almost more of a game. And that's about like actual money. You know, she is just numbers at that point. Ryan, it's very weird thing for your human brain to go through it. I I really resonate without thinking about what would you to make it? So people don't have to go through those dresses. I'm I remember giving tickets when I had similar amounts of money in the Bank. And you're like this is, you know, fifty percent of of my entire liquid every time so tickets are particularly regressive in what they don't tell you. But is born out the data the crappier car, the more likely already pulled over and get a ticket in training. So if you're driving, you know, Mercedes or some luxury, so even a new Prius, right? If you do something stupid you get pulled over. But if you're doing something only a little bit stupid. You won't get pulled over but the beater car next. You will get pulled over almost every single time in an even worse if your skin is Brown, right? And so that's a problem because the poor you are the more. You get hit with stuff like that. It's it's really a stressor. So I'm one of the things I'm thinking about now is how do we remove the dumb little stressors that really cost? You a lot. We don't have a lot in a way that's more fair. Because no one wins situation where everyone's more stress in exactly threatening food quality stress. There's just financial safety stress. What.
"seventy four thousand dollars" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Of money socked away to get her through a month or two by the age of twenty eight when she's managed to get herself elected to congress. Maybe she shouldn't be elected to congress. But it turns out that was a lie and she should have realized except she doesn't she doesn't know anything about the government. She should have realized that she would have to disclose her finances, which means we would know that she has according to these disclosures anywhere from fifteen to fifty thousand dollars worth of cash and other assets that are also worth thousands and thousands of dollars. So presumably she would be able to fork over money and pay for her apartment for a couple of months before she received her one hundred seventy four thousand dollars salary. They're just trying to out left you want another. This is just a power struggle. And while the framers might not be pleased about crazy lunatics kicking in doors and occupying house offices. They would be pleased. The power struggle. The whole government was set up to have this kind of power struggle between all of these various branches these various elected officials between the various parties within the various parties James Madison, put it very beautifully in federalist fifty one one of the most important passages of 'bout our government. He wrote quote, the great security against a gradual concentration of the several powers in the same department consists in giving to those who administer each department. The necessary constitutional means and personal motives to resist encroachments of the others the provision for defence must in this. As an all other cases, be commensurate to the danger of attack. Ambition must be made to counteract ambition. The interest of the man must be connected with the constitutional rights of the place. It may be a reflection on human nature that such devices should be necessary to control the abuses of government, but what is government itself, but the greatest of all reflections on human nature. If men were angels, no government would be necessary. If angels were to govern men, neither external nor internal controls on government would be necessary in framing a government, which is to be administrated by men over men. The great difficulty lies in this. You must first enable the government to control the governed and in the next place oblige to control itself. That's where these power struggles are coming from. I think it's fine. Bring it on. We must make sure that Justice prevails. We must make sure that people aren't cheating that they aren't committing acts of fraud, but for ambition to counteract ambition works. Well, for me that said all of that said, the left is still absolutely out of its mind here. Maybe we can close on it. We won't be able to close on millennials don't have any sex. We'll get to that tomorrow. But you do have to hear this from these left-wingers. Look we've picked on Alexandria, Casio Cortez. Right. We've picked on her because she doesn't know very much and we're holding up, but it's really just a straw, man. Never mind that she's the door wing of the democrat party never mind that she's now in elected congresswoman never mind any of that. We're just picking on her forget, leave her alone. Because why because she won't give an answer on how to pay for the absurd healthcare plan that all of the Democrats are touting. Here's how she described it to where he Rama's people say like how are you going to pay for it? And I find the question. So puzzling. Because how do you pay for something? That's more -able. How do you? Pay for cheaper rent. How do you pay for it? And you just pay for it. We're paying more. Now, you just pay for it. You just you know, you just pay the the way you double tax receipts to the government is just you just do it just 'cause just you. Okay. So I sort of see how it might be fair criticism to only focus on ocasio Cortes, because she doesn't know anything. She's probably not very intelligent, and she's certainly not knowledgeable about anything. So that's fine. How about we ask the CEO of the Democratic National Committee, which by the way, I didn't know they had a CEO? This is news to me that's a role. I've never heard of before. But the CEO of the Democratic National Committee Sima NANDA was asked this exact same question is harassed or any better going to be a winning issue for Democrats in two thousand twenty. How do you answer the question of how are you going to pay for this?.
Police: Nicaragua violence leaves 15 dead
"In meetings all morning here in new york the public relations at least have been positive the state department published photos from a dinner last night showing the two men clinking glasses and enjoying the view from an apartment in midtown manhattan there's been very little detail though about the substance of the talks they're trying to narrow significant differences over the nuclear disarmament of north korea the extent the pace and what pyongyang would get in return the detailed negotiations are being undertaken by season diplomats at meetings in the demilitarized zone between the koreas and we understand that process is feeding into the high level talks here the united nations says it's reached a framework agreement with the myanmar government to create conditions for the safe and voluntary return of ryan jim muslims from bangladesh it said the agreement will provide the un agencies access to me and miles right kind state to help the refugees to make an informed decision about whether to return at least eleven people now known to have been killed in nicaragua on wednesday and one of the worst days of violence since protests began against president daniel ortega the nicaraguan center for human rights said the deaths brought the total number killed since protests began in april two ninety nicaragua's catholic bishops have condemned what they say is violence being coward out by armed pro government groups against civilian demonstrators the world's largest known freshwater powell which once belonged to the russian empress catherine the great has been sold for three hundred seventy four thousand dollars.
"seventy four thousand dollars" Discussed on Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown
"I don't know if it has god in the center of it i don't know if you're missing a little bit of intensity when they're going after your financial goals or maybe you've been doing intensity for a month and you don't have the time yet you've got to put some time into this like what bill email den is seen all those results seventy four thousand dollars paid off in two years that's over time two years i mean every budget cycle didn't happen overnight and maybe you're missing the focus this is the reason why we do the debt snowball unom given a lot of financial analogies here but this goes for relationships as goes for any kind of career goal there's a reason why the deaths noble you pause all investing pas all saving and your focus and you put some intensity and you get rid of all that nonmortgage mortgage debt then you move on to the next thing i knew focus that's why we have the baby steps so whether it's a good reminder for you maybe you're missing a little bit a focus today maybe you're missing a little bit of intensity today a maybe you haven't given enough time maybe you have an included god in your plans remember you're not really including god in your plans he is your plan he is whether you like it or not he is in the centre of your universe you may be just having given in the credit for it but invite him in invite him to put his hand on whatever you're going after god we come to your right now we just ask that you would give us direction in this area just give us a glimpse of what you want for our lives god give us a fresh vision of those goals that we need to go after not in some purposeless ambition but to bring you glory in jesus name we pray amen.
"seventy four thousand dollars" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks
"You know they ignore all the bad news and just continue to push push pushback zhou bizhu by its who best the gover though vegans at a dinner party that will shut the fuck up exactly so all get one of those guys on the air rates we this comes from victor i can again zan dunno where he sent this information been on facebook or twitter is who went leg of her to its the tweets okay we'll victor sent this went in any theory and started just vanished after people invested three hundred seventy four thousand dollars so kickstarter is not the only new way to scam money out of people i i mean this is that this is what interests me in in bitcoin this is this is a theory of or whatever the hell you wanna do it this is mayan i like watching people get bamboozled and i like it's called in con fido so this it's got conwright in the name come on right there right in the name unbelievable yeah this is this is the problem with lack of regulation and i found an article that kind of purpose did perfectly encapsulated my entire thoughts on bitcoin the title alone is basically almost all you need hey idiots you're going to lose all your money on bitcoin idiots as is over it splinter news bitcoin is fake and a made up scam can you arche articulate what it is both should jargon that means nothing you hell no all we can say for sure about this imaginary coin is that scoop is going to cost you a bundle sucker now you can go ahead and just read this whole thing and and obviously the evangelist will say this is a blow to shit but uh you know if you're this is very funny and i agree with this article on at present go check it out in the show notes and i posted this on my social feeds and a friend of mine on facebook read the article and she posted i mean isn't all cryptocurrency a fake and made up scam i do press releases for penny stock companies starting up their own cryptocurrency every day of the week we'd coyne.