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Man gets $45K severance package after declaring job ‘too boring’
"A French man was awarded a forty five thousand dollars severance package after he said his job was so boring that it drove him to depression Amanda work today perfumery originally sued the company for six hundred thousand dollars he was demoted and claimed he was assigned to menial tasks which made him quote depressed destroyed and ashamed press reports say this is the first case of a borough in French history
In Dallas, Trump to talk race relations and policing ahead of $10M fundraising dinner
"President trump will be in Dallas today to talk about race relations and tonight to raise money for his reelection campaign K. R. L. these Allen's Geyer joins us live with our top story this half hour Alan yeah this started as just a plan for that private fund raiser at someone's home in Dallas Donald Trump campaigns asking for almost six hundred thousand dollars per couple that includes dinner in a picture with the president campaigned expecting up to two dozen people tonight but the campaign now says he's also going to host a round table discussion at gateway church in Dallas White House says will meet with small business owners law enforcement and faith leaders at gateway church SMU political science press or Matthew Wilson says adding an event like that can help the president focused on a message of economic
In Dallas, Trump to talk race relations and policing ahead of $10M fundraising dinner
"President Donald Trump pads to Dallas today to talk about race relations and raise a whole lot of money frankly K. R. L. these Allen's Geyer joins us live with the latest on that Allen good morning yes got president trump's campaign first announced he was coming to Dallas for a fundraiser last month the campaign to campaign said then that he was going to attend a fundraiser at someone's home for almost six hundred thousand dollars a couple could eat dinner with the president and get their picture taken with them his campaign says about twenty five people are expected and they hope to raise ten million dollars today but now the White House says the prince also president also adding a round table discussion at a church in Dallas talk about what his administration described as a plan for holistic revitalization and economic recovery SMU political science professor Matthew Wilson says this trip different from the way trump traveled through Texas during his first campaign four years ago of course we're we're in an era where nothing is quite normal you know usually you have a big Ralph because big rallies are the life blood of his campaign he loves these crowded events we feed off the energy of the crowd because of covert nineteen this is president trump's first campaign event in about three months but he has plenty of pick up more of these public events starting with a rally in Tulsa a week from tomorrow a Quinnipiac poll released last week show Donald Trump leading Democrat Joe Biden by just one percent in
Summoning the Courage to Change the Power Structure
"So. Gardner has welcome to Latino rebels radio. I. Thank you so much for having. So I have a lot to talk to you about and I know we are going to talk about covert and incarceration and health but. Obviously this week I think the entire nation was shook with what has happened in Minneapolis and I and I just wanted to get your thoughts about the death of George, Floyd or how? Trauma and how outrage actually? I WANT WANNA. Get your two takes like how you. How do you feel like looking being in a someone? This week in the middle of Pandemic when this is happening, but also just like the health implications of constant trauma, and I just had a really I'm from privilege, and I'm having problems with this, so I'm going to get your thoughts i. Yeah. We're in the same boat I. Today's my first day as President at Marguerite Casey Foundation. Got The right day. And I feel and. On. The one hand really devastated not only. Because of the murder of George. Floyd also because of the murder of Brianna Taylor, because I'm not of Tony mcdaid that. We are living in witnessing. Sort of the constant assassination of black people. By a state that does not value their lives and I'm really torn up about it I on the one side I feel. Like my sector, like philanthropy is often at the edges on not willing to be abolitionist, not willing to call on not only police accountability, imagining supporting organizers in leaders in our communities to imagine a world where detention and incarceration and policing aren't the only ways that we resolve the issues that we have with each other. and on the other side you know we really quickly as an institution, we put out. Six hundred thousand dollars to leading black led organizations in Tallahassee in Minneapolis. In Louisville. That are at the front lines, both of the abolition, the fight for abolition and and to try to address the issues that are happening today, and so the health consequences for all of our families for all of us is a extreme like. How can we imagine a different world a different future where being killed every day when brothers and sisters are being killed everyday when our aunts and uncles in MOMS and dads are held in detention and put into prison when our political leaders are. Corporate leaders are nonprofit leaders Fine the courage to actually step up and say we deserve better. Our families deserve better. Yeah, I'm devastated Julio. Frenk I I'm really glad you. I wanted to ask you that question and I. Really I really appreciate you like putting it in the context of what you do because I do think. In this world sometimes we're taught to you know. We can only stay in one lane, or and I think you know even me as a journalist like. I've struggled this week. And in the context of like Cohen teen in the context of what you wanted to talk about as well which I also think you know. It's funny because we just published on Friday. Three letters from migrant detainees inside of a immigration jail in Illinois. That, twenty, trans queer weblog reached out and we. We published their words. He's people are saying these conditions. You know I am worried I am. I'm not getting any help. I'm being dehumanized and we just decide well. These these letters came out so there's a risk because you're like they WANNA come out in public, but then when you come in public, it's like. It's a criminalized system. People are speaking out. Talk to me how this is interconnected in the in the work that you do because you're like the reason why we wanted to talk about what you're saying you. You mentioned abolitionist them. You've mentioned. Detention jails, and how this is how society is just not getting it especially now, especially during covert so. How do you begin to connect it all? Yeah, you know philanthropy is really weird, and on the one side I am clear that philanthropy isn't. Better of a functioning democracy and are robust and fare economy right that philanthropy exists mostly because he's our tax dollars that are not. That are awarded. And rich people, and then they're rich institutions get to be the arbiters of who is deserving of resources in a moment. What ideas are deserving of being lifted up? What leaders should be resourced, right? I. I I am clear that I'm like in A. that. I'm holding contradiction right that I believe in a functioning stage with the safety net that taxes are most. Wealthy at the benefit of all of us and I work at an institution that as as been created because of these failures and. I think that. Many of my peers in philanthropy have given up. The ability to actually contest for power to use these positions and the resources that we have Julio. We are one institution right? We have seven hundred over seven hundred million dollars in an endowment. That we get to us not only to try to supplant government or take the place of government, not only to create a band aid on the cancer that our communities are facing. We can use these resources to support leaders organizations to start to create evidence that our families can be more powerful to start to create evidence that our government can actually for us that it could be more responsive than it can look like us. That I can talk and feel like us. We can create evidence that our economy doesn't have to work only at the expense of our most vulnerable workers right. And many I think many of my peers don't see that
Justice Department drops probes into 3 senators' stock sales
"Probes of stock trades by three US senators have been closed justice department investigations of stock trading by three members of the U. S. Senate shortly before the corona virus pandemic sent markets tumbling have been closed senators Dianne Feinstein of California Kelli Leffler of Georgia and Jim in Hoff of Oklahoma are no longer under investigation according to people familiar with notifications sent to the senators there was no word about senator Richard Burr of North Carolina Senate records show between late January and mid February and his wife sold between roughly six hundred thousand dollars and one point seven million dollars in more than thirty transactions has temporarily stepped aside as chairman of the Senate
US closes probes into 3 senators over their stock trades
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting probes of stock trades by three US senators have been closed justice department investigations of stock trading by three members of the U. S. Senate shortly before the corona virus pandemic sent markets tumbling have been closed senators Dianne Feinstein of California Kelli Leffler of Georgia and Jim in Hoff of Oklahoma are no longer under investigation according to people familiar with notifications sent to the senators there was no word about senator Richard Burr of North Carolina Senate record show between late January and mid February and his wife sold between roughly six hundred thousand dollars and one point seven million dollars in more than thirty transactions has temporarily stepped aside as chairman of the Senate intelligence committee might cross yet Washington
UK researchers hope dogs can be trained to detect coronavirus
"Help the fight against covert nineteen is going to the dogs it really is in Britain researchers from the London school of hygiene and tropical medicine had been given a six hundred thousand dollar grant from the government working with the charity medical detection dogs they're trying to find out if man's best friend with their keen sense of smell can be trained to sniff out the corona virus in humans prior to their showing any symptoms if successful the pandemic fighting pooches can perform as a non invasive early warning measure half a dozen dogs are now in training for
UK Researchers Test Dogs' Ability to Sniff Out COVID-19
"Latest on corona virus to Europe is working with dogs the fight against covert nineteen is going to the dogs it really is in Britain researchers from the London school of hygiene and tropical medicine had been given a six hundred thousand dollar grant from the government working with the charity medical detection dogs they're trying to find out if man's best friend with their keen sense of smell can be trained to sniff out the corona virus in humans prior to their showing any symptoms if successful the pandemic fighting pooches can perform as a non invasive early warning measure half a dozen dogs are now in training for the
Boston Red Sox sign pitcher Collin McHugh to 1-year deal
"Sports S. now Steve's here and little shake and bake in a baseball yeah that's right stand the right hander Collin McHugh was agreed to a six hundred thousand dollars one year contract with the pitching desperate Boston Red Sox deal that could get him up to four point two five million Boston ace Chris sale starts the season on the injured list he was slowed down by pneumonia then felt elbow pain Saturday after he threw batting practice for the first time at spring training red Sox also traded David price to the Dodgers along with Mookie Betts for prospects McCue was thirty two years old played sparingly last season but in twenty eighteen he had a one ninety nine ERA in fifty eight relief appearances allowed just forty five hits in seventy two innings with ninety four
Students Want To Fix Air Quality For People With Asthma On The Yakama Reservation
"The CDC says native Americans have higher rates of asthma that causes them to miss school and work and in some cases even die from the condition some students on the Yakima reservation in eastern Washington are trying to solve this problem by going to the root reporter I leash o'neill ask them what they're up to near the middle of the Yakima reservation Travis whole lives with his kids and dogs in a trailer two of his four kids have asthma well since Tyson his middle son has a particularly bad case he'd go through coughing attacks that were just horrible he had to be hospitalized a few times when he was a little person hall says it was hard to see his son in an oxygen tent and it's scaring himself course your your scared for him and of course your parent it hurts you to see them go through it hall says one of the things that would set off his son's coughing with smoke many households on the reservation have only wood stoves to keep warm during eastern Washington's bitterly cold winters that's because electric heat is expensive but woods is free members of the Yakima nation have a treaty guaranteed right to gather wood to heat their homes if you stood out on the deck you would see it as far as the foothills in this whole valley the smoke will just sit in this valley and it really has an impact on people's health that's Jessica black she's an environmental science professor at heritage university on the Yakama reservation we know that there's things that can be done without any data there's not a lot we can do in order to gather that data blacklisted students at a high school on the reservation to set up low cost air quality monitors across the Yakima nation the families are far more comfortable having people that they feel like they know enter their homes so that they can place air quality monitors is that the best spot monitor half a dozen whites one high school students are learning how to set up monitors I think that's closes the doors right here in past years many students put monitors up in their own homes Hey Alexa weasel tail put one in the home of her cousin who has a wood stove when we saw the data is really bad and what is expected to be that bad we still tell herself grew up in a house with a wood stove and she has asthma maybe we should clear the environment the knights have cleaner air monitors weasel tail and others are setting up to detect particulate matter from other sources like forest fires and smudge pots but in the winter the biggest problem is would smoke from heating homes Keith Hurley director of the county's clean air agency runs a program for low income families to get up to six thousand dollars to swap out old dirty stoves for newer stoves that burn cleaner which don't change out was my way of addressing to the greatest extent possible the emissions it's a voluntary program that offers service to some people on and off the reservation the more these we get changed out the greater the reduction will be in any particular that's put into the air shed in the winter months over the past year the agency has spent about six hundred thousand dollars changing out about one hundred stoves there's a smaller amount of money from the EPA doing the same and the federal agency is working with the Yakima nation to better regulate older dirtier wood
Solar Orbiter promises first look at sun's mysterious polar regions
"Solar so this this new solar probes launching tonight from the at space coast Kennedy Space Center it's going to take some of the first images of the polar regions of the sun which is a very cool thank the project manager says the European Space Agency has been developing the solar orbiter for about a decade liftoff in just about twelve hours eleven o'clock tonight so that'll be something look for just gonna study all kinds of stuff probably by who knows what right yeah it's exciting to me they they've useful takes on space for for years now but are the proprietary technology that they're using here I think it's gonna be completely self sustainable and be able to walk the take all those pictures and get the angles of the the sun and its relationship to you are the planets are exciting yeah and then of course improving things here on earth yeah thank I have a little bit of money out for us now in solar beer we were talking about that just a couple of minutes ago the world's largest brewery InBev is announce their virtual power purchase agreement some fifty plus brands including Budweiser gonna be brewed by the sun which is kind of neat why not right right well you know I'm going back to what the beginning of the show you know you ask yourself is it worth it so these guys asked if it was worth it you know these these are our companies are used to making millions if not billions of dollars annually you know and it's a business so if they can look at you know their balance sheets and they're seeing how much money they're spending electricity which we're probably talking about hundreds of thousands not millions of dollars across all of these and they're doing the math and that math is Hey if we reallocate these these dollars and we actually produce our own energy we're gonna see major tax incentives we're going to see you know a return on investment and we're gonna really have all of the savings at the bottom line if not the first year and a and a nice manageable you know sort of sort of manner where you can take the expense of of this you know and look at it on a cruel basis whether it's twelve months whether it's the whole cycle that it would take to pay it back and each month you're actually you know netting you're you're becoming positive and seeing return on your dollars and whether or not they're taking some the tax incentives that they've gotten this year from that some of the federal tax cuts and reinvesting into our technology and energy like this they're going to see the savings and that's for years to come yeah no doubt it in this purchase agreement they're saying they're gonna buy a hundred percent renewable energy from two major solar farms two hundred megawatts that's a lot of power yeah we don't need a second at our house sure and you know I guarantee you that power when it breaks down to a kilowatt hour or a megawatt hour or whatever you know unit of of power they're they're looking and it's going to be cheaper it's going to be something that's not going to require any pollution or or maintenance on you know large power plants or or extra fuel fossil fuels or any of that stuff it's just going to depend on whether or not that the sun comes out we feel pretty good about that bad and you know chances are when they have buying power like this to really make solar farms or to invest in them you know they're going to really really see a much cheaper price for electricity and once it's all paid for it's essentially going to be free yeah other big companies have done this to of course we we talk a lot about the F. B. L. thing they're they're thirty million panels in thirty years or ten years actually Nike Walmart three am I keel over did have a couple issue as with their panels but yeah they they they they get in you know it's it's far as locally if anybody were to ever get there Google maps out on the phone like you said I I kia you know we do have a couple of them in the South Florida area here this one just on down the road here on five ninety five and is completely covered it has a about a megawatt on the roof and they all do you know and that's that's something that they've done for years and that's our independence of of any of the you know local restrictions or anything all of their buildings do you have a solar on the roof obviously apple made their huge campus you know what solar on the roof Google has the same thing at all and a lot of these companies who are smart with their money and that's the that's the whole trick your guys they would never rent you know a huge part of their income in something that they could out you know and maybe it's difficult to own a house but but we do we do because we put a small down payment down we gather our credit and jump through the hoops and play by the rules and we can get a four five or six hundred thousand dollar loan just like we could for you know a boater really expensive vehicle or something like that and then you spend a lot of time paying it off you know but with the finance capabilities of this you could essentially without having to put all these things on the line get a are renewable energy payment cheaper than what you're spending right now it really really makes a lot of sense and if if you have big Bucks like these guys here you can reach into your own pocket buy the equipment and see the fastest return on investment possible but they all know that in three four five years they're gonna be sitting pretty and seeing huge huge dividends on
Daughter of Dallas school board member out of jail
"Will the daughter of a Dallas school board member is now hatter bond slashed and now she's out of jail twenty year old Taylor Johnson daughter of school board member maxi Johnson has posted bond has been fitted with an ankle monitor and his marching orders from the judge Johnson and like being Johnson are accused of killing a man last month wrapping his body in a tarp then setting it on fire the victim was founder loop twelve and I. forty five Johnson's bond was initially more than six hundred thousand dollars but last week a judge slash the bond down that ten thousand on the capital murder charge grant got his bond reduced yesterday as well and posted Johnson is to stay away from drugs and alcohol has been fitted with an ankle monitor but can't leave home to go to church helping Phillips news radio ten eighty K.
How to Hire a Full-Time Rockstar Virtual Assistant
"We're talking all about how you can hire a full time. Rockstar virtual assistant assistant and we're talking less than six hundred dollars a month and John Before we even get into the specifics on that you. My friends live the four hour workweek. So Oh please tell us how so. I'll tell you the backstory. Then I'll tell you what goes on so this is like twelve years ago. My wife was Pregnant With Our Third Child oiled and we got into the doctor's appointment and had some tests done and he came in to the room and said to my wife you have pre ECLAMPSIA and if you don't go on strict bedrest for the next three to five weeks you're gonNA have a seizure and die and you're gonNA lose this baby and obviously I'm sitting there in the appointment and that was it was a complete shock and I was just thinking like. Oh my gosh. My wife has to be on strict bedrest. I have two other kids. I I can't work mark like I. I gotTa Take Care of my kids full-time and so on the way home from the Dasa else think about how can I deal with this and and so when I got home I sent an email to to the guys in the Philippines and I were working for me and I told him like. Here's the situation. I can't work. I need you guys to do everything that you're currently doing for me and from there for the next three weeks. She was on strict bedrest for next three weeks. I worked one hour and and those two dudes in the Philippines just took over my business like everything that I was doing at the time so this is twelve years years ago so what I was doing at the time was different but you know like managing our Edwards and managing my blog and our comments and the software recreating and customer service is and marketing. All stuff that I was currently overseeing all of a sudden I wasn't overseeing anymore and and so my wife had the baby three weeks later perfect healthy amazing beautiful little girl and for the next two months. I worked about an hour week because I had like walked locked away and these guys were still running my business and my wife took a lot of recovering and so when I came back three months later after the doctor's appointment I kind of expected in my business to be mostly falling apart and it wasn't And and that was where I realized like dude this hour workweek thing is really possible and I'm I'm living it and this is like this is how I live this lifestyle. I get other people to do the work for me and I teach them how to do it. And just you know these two guys that working for me. They had been with me for eighteen months. I don't want people to think that all I'm GonNa go hire someone and I'm GonNa live the four hour workweek later today. It's not it's not how it works They had been working for me for like eighteen months. I had taught them and train them and work with them and so they knew a lot. I just didn't realize that they were so capable of of doing what they were doing. So and then since then I found that like an hour. A week isn't enough. I need like I need like fifteen hours a week to keep me busy because otherwise I'm I'm just bugging my wife all the time. So that's that's where I am. I'm like fifteen seventeen hours a week and I've been therefore like ten or twelve years now fire nation. Let me tell you once you taste the sweet sweet sweet nectar of time. Freedom you you WanNa let go. I mean I've just returned with cates from a ninety day world. Track where Kate Ni- working less than an hour a day so about five to seven hours. A week in our business was thriving without us with our three full-time virtual assistance. and that is the sweet sweet nectar that you will not WanNa give up once you have it so. Let's talk specifics. Because six hundred dollars a month as the title promises is pretty darn affordable. I mean it's pretty hard affordable for four. We're talking a forty hour of full time. Virtual assistant fire nation so John. Can we actually find somebody with skills at that price point. Yeah and it will depend on. Who you who like what kind of person you're you're not gonNA hire a great programmer for six hundred dollars a month but you can hear a great program for a thousand bucks a month or for twelve hundred bucks a month that's you that's US dollars? You can hire someone who speaks great English and you can teach them to do whatever it is you want. you hire someone who is really good at data entry. You can hire someone. Who's good at wordpress? You can hire someone who's good at writing writing content. You can hire someone who's really good at social social media social media marketing for six hundred dollars a month so when I started the people that I hired and this is a long time ago a lot of a different way of hiring but they were making making two hundred and fifty dollars a month and and that was fulltime work and so the salaries have gone up quite a bit but yeah it's six hundred bucks a month. You can hire talented alotted competent people and it's and really it's more than just like talented people. It's it's competent people because that's really the biggest thing that people we'll worry about outdoor is like oh I'm hiring someone who can't follow directions or if I if I miss a step then in giving him directions than than. They're not going to get anything done Dan and that's not the case here So yeah you can definitely do it. You can definitely find people with skills and I lay out like skills. You can find if you're interested. Did less Leo some skills so I have twenty four people. That work for me fulltime in the Philippines and the Philippines here is important and we can talk about that right but yeah we'll get to that so in those twenty four people. I have fulltime programmers. Obviously I have four or five programs I have an developer. Those people all make over a thousand dollars month I have full-time designers really good designers between eight hundred fifteen hundred dollars a month I have Good html CSS. The people that are like Six hundred thousand dollars a month I have an HR person I should stop talking about their salaries. Because then they'll know how much each other makes definitely listen entrepreneurs on fire so you should be careful about some of them. Do I have like back end. Admin people people that are looking at data in our website or or people that are like doing admin tasks or managing reports or or whatever I have content writers have social media people people that manage social media people that write for social media. Yeah people that create images for social media. I have a customer up. A bunch of customer support people. So let me ask you jump in here for a second because before fire nation is kind of maybe starting to think not that you are fire nation but in case some of you are thinking like man this is kind of feel like we're taking advantage of people in any any way shape or form. The reality is this six hundred. US dollars per month in the Philippines in these countries that we're talking about. This is an incredibly well. Well living adjusted wage period under story like when I hired my first virtual assistant and this was actually for four hundred and fifty dollars a month back in two thousand eleven and she still with me. She's Deli making more than that now. Because I give a raises every year but harder at four fifty a month forty hours per week I can. I'll never forget like at the three-month three-month recap that. I was doing to see if we wanted to keep her full-time she was so emotional because she said John I was making three hundred dollars a month as a full time nurse working twelve hours a day having to get on a bus for two and a half hours one way to the hospital and then two and a half hours one way back I I would get mugged on that bus. An average of three to four times per year the bus to get stopped and everybody on their we'll have to give their money was going through a dangerous part of the Philippines. She's like now. I'm making more money. I'm working from home spending more time with my friends. My family not commuting five hours a day. It was an amazing opportunity. And guess what she's He's been with my business now for eight years and she's definitely making a lot more than that now because he's earned it over the years more skills and all that stuff but I just wanted to kind of jump open and kind of share that kind of perspective and if you've had anything similar definitely feel free to share as well so not only have I had almost the exact same experience over ran over and over again but I know I know hundreds of people who have had that exact same experience like I hired this person in and after a couple of weeks or months we do this review and and and they are so thankful for the job and because of all the things you said like. Oh they're making more money. I mean the minimum wage in the Philippines is like one hundred seventy dollars a month. Yeah and there's no commute you know. As long as they have decent WIFI Internet in their house. And if they don't then they're going to be able to afford it now with higher wage anyways I mean I'm not kidding I am not kidding when I say my virtual assistant like three years ago sent me a picture of the house. She bought for her family because of the job. Like it's unbelievable what you're doing. I think these
4-Day Sting Takes $670,000 in Drugs, High-Powered Guns Off Philadelphia Streets
"And Sir neighbors in Kensington led police to more than two hundred people high powered guns and drugs all taken off the streets of Philadelphia more on this multi day sting operation for a wide W. crime and justice report Mr Dawkins investigators say because of residents from around the fierce in square called in tips and talk the cops on the streets federal state and city police were able to pull about eighteen guns including a are fifteen and more than six hundred thousand dollars worth of drugs off the street cocaine heroin crack cocaine marijuana and synthetic marijuana which is a composite of many different chemicals in total two hundred people were arrested inspector
4-Day Sting Takes $670,000 in Drugs, High-Powered Guns Off Philly Streets
"Hundreds were arrested and hundreds of thousands of drugs found in a Philadelphia drug stay Philadelphia police say they worked with the F. B. I. N. D. E. A. on a sting operation that led to the arrest of more than two hundred suspected drug dealers the seizure of drugs worth an estimated six hundred thousand dollars including heroin Mastin cocaine and assault weapons the gun's seizure is very important says police inspector Joseph Frederick store from sure that some of these guns worm thing gauge in shootings we're going to frantically to analyze these guns and compare them to pay shootings the thing was prompted by complaints from residents of the Kensington neighborhood a hot bed of drug
Lori Loughlin likely taking Felicity Huffman route, copping plea in college admissions scandal
"Let's I get into some social justice issues Felicity Huffman has been released from prison after only eleven days okay wow see we can finally exhale league release the last owner I did too and I would have it way weird it went from fourteen days to then they're like she'll probably do thirteen to like then eleven she must have been really well behaved in there with her new balances on it's just a colossal waste of money incarcerator well if you're going to do it for the Senate like a real person but the to me the symbol Alec thing that this was right really yeah you can't do this you like this made her cooler yeah honestly given her some restorative justice I would love to see her play like an aggressive amount of money like you know six hundred thousand dollars some but it needs to go directly to underprivileged into actually cannot afford college but can't get in with the pell grant but we don't know where her fine goes and and her jail time does nothing for society oh I think that's not pay for her whole thing do you know what I mean that pays for the cost of incarcerated which then just makes what prisons rich well somebody Investors Industry Invest Laurie Laughlin on the other hand she got hit with additional counts of bribery. Somehow cheering against her. Listen Laurie you fucked up as I I met Lori Loughlin right before this happened like before the operation had this but I was out having lunch with my lawyers and one of my listeners really big dog she walked up to so carefree white woman starts playing with the dog and it was like hey what's up guys just chatting with us she looks great skin looks great look so young I'm like Damn I guess she is gamed like like ten years in age since all this should drop is looking to one you saw that day to the photos you see now crime visor on yes she's the skin started to crack distress hit and I think that she really was living this life like I mean I am a beloved rich white lady on about the jail but she did that flex to openly was to open I seem flex they've got this ain't going to jail while I will watch it is it is to me it's pretty wild eighty syndrome is what it is yeah that's what she what I call it in what's happening she never had stress in her whole lot none and she's head Oh house money forever and Mossy Moser Mary's Mossy Mo and as well you don't think my money Anna Oh maximal got pulled from tar yeah okay we're in target so I'm good with money for a little bit 'cause I had all of them close and all them name was on the back of every middle-class housewives jacket for decades but I met her to this like before this happened and a USC game in the tailgate like rich She was she's glowing glow my God and I was like I was the same way I was like man this is a very attractive woman you have no stress none none Aniston look like that too yes yes because she's aware of what she has in the back for this backfire of that is you never faced stress ever so you don't know how to handle it you don't know mouth shut off when she said not guilty that first time I was like I guarantee the her her lawyers are like we're gonna I mean thanks for the extra money but you're we gave you advice no I think her lawyers may have been confirmed in her own bias in the beginning like I mean who are retired every time she walks in the room that song sounds like money can buy those the publicity from working with her and getting her off or nothing and when she went insane not guilty they were like no you made this so much harder for us and also to she is still refusing to take a plea deal and they're like and the prosecutor he sang you're the fucking book trying to do this you will be under- The jail we were trying to be nice but look what's that prison sentence GonNa be with the sixteen days also she keeps sitting button the fake money laundering for the fake charity. You tell me you don't know felicity you never saw her I wanted to make Australia events where I wrote checks to the charity that don't exist she went out here which one which she wrote a letter that was like look I'm so sorry my dog is sorry everybody my family sorry like why didn't you follow her lead also another rich white woman I guess she was probably like cute and like she had to keep getting jobs after my shows are done felicity was like I know how to act right but I wonder you know I mean that'll that'll be a messy petty episode where we dig up their bank receipts and figure out who's the one who's lifestyle is Mossy more or does have hallmark money that that's that thick and strong she's got she's got full house now we'll house but I'm curious no really today what's that full house residual check look like this syndication for I guess we haven't heard from Dave as ass they never have to do anything ever again why was awful and then she married a dude that doesn't after do anything and then they put that don't have to do anything money next to each other and then they made a beige anything and then they him to school right that girl was on like what like somebody who worked at USC I just wanted to get turned up and go to the drugs CARA scars whatever they she did give like that listened to that story about the guy who did all the stuff that got them in the schools they paid so much more money the Laughlin did oh yeah yeah so many more people like crazy and that's what makes me think that they have that kind of Q. Money whereas like I was just give them half a million dollars and we'll get them in happy enough and they're like oh ask for thirty K. dudes like what into US mother legacy yes yes that's all just doe school but it's not having to get in and then still pay tuition good but that's where a lot of the risk conservatives meet each other when they're younger and go on to do business bigger watering holes for that but if people were to send their kids who aren't worth Oh I think she and I could make between the two of us we understand how the world works different way she working in the the office in emissions counselor at the University of Pittsburgh sounds like a lie and it could be I don't know 'cause this is excellent would you it's only alive if you don't believe exactly
'Jimmy Kimmel Live' hit with $395,000 fine over emergency tones in skit
"The FCC announcing settlements over the misuse of her emergency alert system and wireless emergency alert tones Jimmy Kimmel live will pay the largest civil penalty at three hundred ninety five thousand dollar fine for using the tone during a skit they had last October the cable series the walking dead along with others racked up more than six hundred thousand dollars in fines as well the agency says it's important to prevent confusion regarding use of the emergency
Dolphins WR Stills stands by criticism of owner
"I'd like to commend dolphins receiver kenny stills else and dolphins owner stephen ross for the respectful way. They've handled their disagreement over. President trump on wednesday steals question ross's decision listen to host a fundraiser for the sitting president tweeting. You can't have a nonprofit with this mission statement and then open your doors to trump stills reference ross's awesome rise initiative which promotes racial equality and and improve race relations given the mainstream media onslaught to paint the president as the most destructive man in human history stills question is reasonable and appropriate sobers ross's reply in a written statement rossett always have been active an active participant in the democratic process while some prefer to sit outside of the process and criticize. I prefer to engage directly and support the things i a deeply care about. I have known donald trump for forty years and while we agree on some issues we strongly disagree on many others and i have never been bashful about expressing pressing my opinions i have been and will continue to be an outspoken champion of racial equality inclusion diversity public education and environmental sustainability abby. Kenny stills is twenty seven years old. He left college as twenty two job at the n._f._l. Paint him around six hundred thousand dollars a year and became a millionaire at age twenty only four his understanding of the world should not be as nuanced and pragmatic as a seventy nine year old self made billionaire. I have no problem with stills using social media to question his boss or any authority. Not only is it appropriate. It's healthy. I just hope still willing to listen and engage with ross and others who disagree with his point of view i just hope still strong enough and confident enough to choose engagement and dialogue over divisive counterproductive and distracting acting protests during the national anthem protests and other forms of civil disobedience are effective tools when your gold
"six hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"I so we've been hopping around a little bit, and I say Greg kind of frowning at the laptop. So you never know what he's looking at or what he's come across. There's different things out there for us. I saw this story here, and it's kind of tough to follow. Couple must pay nearly six six hundred thousand dollars for removing oaktree from there. Own property checked on that yet? A judge. Of course, California had this week said they the companies to pay nearly six hundred thousand dollars for uprooting almost two hundred year old oak tree. There was protected under the conservation easement. And apparently this couple knew it, and they did it delivered. And now they're saying, hey, our our day in court. We we won't their lawyer made a statement said in our opinion, there's a lot of evidence that's on our side of the story that that we really didn't get the chance to explain they're fighting this. But now listen to this. They sold the property and Greg's up on the story as well. But they sold the property. I wanna say it was for millions of dollars of eight point four million dollars the couple who decided to sell their state for that much after the ruling or now seeking a new trial reasoning their attorney could not properly represent them for personal reasons. That's kind of weird, but it's got one of the main headlines on Fox, News dot com. Couple must pay nearly six hundred thousand dollars for moving oak tree. On their own property. And then of course, the big tree pretty trait is a pretty tree ending. Here's what's so bad. Nice now worth six hundred thousand dollars. You know, they they moved it right to to another home. They built adjacent to that property, and it was about three hundred cubic yards of dirt they moved as well. And I think they moved a few dozen trees around that that and they all died. I'm gonna tell you something you you got a lot of money. If you move a tree the effects in your mindset, Hattie what we'll just take three with you got some money. If you make that decision. It was a big Trump play money. It looks like it looks like what is it Texas flipping move. Have you ever run across that show where they move house? It looks like they had to move a house. I've never seen tree. Tree. Tree. Looks like you having to move a house down a lot of flipping. Oh, yeah. This is where they go, and they get some the lava dated house that nobody wants it about the tear down and then a bite, and then take it renovate it and then sell it. But we've had when my former job we've had a couple of cases had to go and drop line. So they can move houses really going on the road. There were too tall. Yeah. It's big business and. House tree, but the tree to others. They moved and a dozen others along a previous undisturbed path. They bulldozed all died along. I can't imagine getting attached to a tree that I'm on move. It. I want to understand that. I mean, I know look different strokes for different folks. Get all that. And it does not mean though. I don't understand. Yeah. Yeah. This is actually. This is this is actually someone that was watching along of when they go into move. The. One part of China. Some people. You know that trees?.
"six hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Six hundred thousand dollars for violating federal nursing home regulations. The center is appealing the fines. Education secretary Betsy DeVos is back on Capitol Hill today explaining her proposal to cut federal funding for the Special Olympics, Illinois Senator dick Durbin, grilled her about it during a Senate subcommittee hearing, plenty be very personally approved this just yes or no will do the eighteen million dollar cut the funding for Special Olympics. Now, I didn't personally get involved in that. With whoever came up with an idea to be gets special Olympic gold medal for insensitivity. The eighteen million dollar cut is only a small part of the education department's seven billion dollars in proposed cuts devices seeking additional funding for charter schools and a tax credit for people and companies that donate to scholarships for private schools. A Long Island man is accepted. A plea deal for killing five people in a car crash in ridge last year. WCBS feel hall has details. It was Valentine's Day twenty eighteen Djamil Turner who had his driver's license. Revoked authorities say was fleeing police in a stolen sports car when he hit an oil truck and another car killing five people it happened in ridge on middle country road Turner was traveling at speeds of around one hundred fifty miles per hour after a day and a half of negotiations the twenty five year old decided to plead guilty in exchange for a sentence. A twenty seven years in prison. His attorney, Scott gross. Tells me. That's evidenced by the fact that he did plead guilty. Trial. Fortunate trial that would have had that happen. Remorse Turner will be eligible for parole. When he is forty four years old if he decided to go to trial and was convicted he would have faced life behind bars. Sophie hall, WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty three.
"six hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"That has a daughter. That's doing it the right way who's trying to get to college. And she's good enough to play lacrosse division one. If she doesn't have that opportunity because someone paid a half million dollars to get their kid into college. I am going to be outraged. Even while admitting I would've done the same thing. I paying six hundred thousand dollars donlevatar, let's monitor my tone in this segment as I continue to get irritated by the unrelenting waves of stupidity that lap upon my shorts. Stugatz. Sorry. These live at our show with Stu gods on ESPN radio. So our next guest has put in a good amount of work into the art of making a documentary about Richard Pryor. I hope he doesn't hold against us. How poorly read all of that was by Stu God. Why would he STAN Van Gundy is with us and stand I'm just before we start with Jesse James Miller you've seen the IM Richard Pryor documentary? What pulled you toward it? And what takeaways did you have? Well, what pulled me toward it was an interest in Richard Pryor, one of the great comedians of our time. And and I knew a little bit about his background. But I mean, an incredible story of his life and. And his upbringing, and then his professional life and everything else. I mean, I it's a phenomenal documentary. So Jesse James Miller, the director is with us. Now, I am Richard Pryor premiers Friday, ten pm paramount network. There's a lot been written about Richard Pryor there been films done on Richard Pryor. Jesse James Miller. Thank you for joining us. How was yours different? Well, that's a good question. Guys. Thanks for having me on by the way, you know. I just tackled it as much from his perspective as possible and trying to give him his his own voice. So whenever you know, we used albums we are five as much as possible just to to give him his his do say in his own film. What surprised you as you did some of the research and reporting on this? Well, I mean, like STAN I knew I knew a lot about him. But the he's so layered as a person that the farther, you went the farther, you went into this kind of world with that that explained his later sort of lapses into into heroin, and and the drugs and the women and stuff. So it it made more sense to me the more you you you you dived into his into his past. What were the parts? I imagine part of that growing up in a brothel, right? Yeah. I mean, it's far more complicated than that. Just the family dynamics. And and also the, you know, the the white culture he grew up within as a comedian to was was constraining as well. So there's a lot a lot of angles to him as a person then his genius showed how he overcame a lot of those things..
"six hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KNSS
"You can't and you can't hide those stats no you would anything about denver specifically i know the housing's pretty costly there yeah i mean i wait i would wait if you're not in an emergency or if you can stand to lose the money and losing a couple of hundred thousand dollars it's not a big deal to you and being upside down in the mortgage is not a big deal for you then you know by head but if you do care about having some sort of equity and not being upside down the mortgage because the worst thing you can do is gonna buy a house for six hundred thousand dollars then all of a sudden a year or two from now that houses worth three hundred thousand dollars and you gotta six hundred thousand mortgage on it that's a bad situation for you to be sure is you're stuck with that exactly how about what about new debt i mean if you want to get a new car go ford or what yeah go i mean i mean go for it i mean my whole thing with a with a a i mean you know it's not like you're going out there and getting the new rolls royce phantom series three for you know six hundred thousand dollars you're going out there getting cards get a car you know i it is what it is i mean there's ways that you know it's not a big deal it's not going to if it's not costing you the majority of your income like if you can afford it and it's not gonna hurt you and you still have cash flow and you can afford to go get a car and that's what i said if you could afford it and and it's no hurt to you that even if the housing of the housing market goes down that either you don't care then go for it you know but if you're like me and you're the type of person that you know you don't wanna be upside down in the mortgage or you don't want to get an overtly expensive car you rather by us you know the do that you know let's go to kingston new york henry's with us hello henry go ahead hey we show pretty much religiously and there's an economic issue that's really talked about anyone it is hardly ever talked about any truthful perspective and yet it ties into so many of the other issues we hear whether it's education the border issue welfare or anything like that and it's it's will they called the property tax i call the shelter tax because that's what it is it's a tax on the necessity of life so you can't really void it everybody pays it whether you own a home where you rent right homeowners generally pay more than renters renters can always move but the point is is that it's almost enslavement but somebody by the federal government because it's just the money demand shelter is not anything that is not a commercial transaction that produce gain it's actually an expense so where do you get the money to pay you have to go out and work and then give it to the government i myself i pay more in taxes on my home than i have income you know and so any anyway when when you look at you know and so when you talk about for instance like the border issues these people come here and you go to school i was in like a just states from new york city a little bit and we spend about twenty six thousand dollars per child to go to school which means that there aren't any working families with children in my community who pay enough to cover the burden that they place on society because they don't pay enough they're not paying twenty six thousand dollars in state and local taxes you know one child going to school never mind to three or four and when you throw in there wear and tear they put on the roads going to work there they ended up being some of the biggest deadbeats never mind talking about people getting welfare.
"six hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Nightmare sixty five wire housing prices decide you can't and you can't hide those stats no we would anything about denver specifically i know the housing's pretty costly there yeah i mean i i would wait i would wait if you're not in an emergency or if you can stand to lose the money and losing a couple of hundred thousand dollars it's not a big deal for you and being upside down in the mortgage is not a big deal for you then you know biodiesel ahead but if you do care about having some sort of equity and not being upside down the mortgage because the worst thing you can do is buy a house for six hundred thousand dollars then all of a sudden a year or two from now that houses worth three hundred thousand dollars and you gotta six hundred thousand mortgage on it that's a bad situation for you to be an insurance you're stuck with that exactly how about what about new debt i mean if you want to get a new car go forward or what yeah go i mean i mean go for it i mean my whole thing with a with a i mean it's not like you're going out there and getting the new rolls royce phantom series three for six hundred thousand dollars going out there getting cards get a car you know i it is what it is i mean there's ways that you know i it's not a big deal if it's not costing you the majority of your income like if you can afford it and it's not going to hurt you and you still have cash flow and you could afford we'll get we'll get a car and that's what i said if you could afford it and it's no hurt to you that even if the housing of the housing market goes down that email you don't care then go for it you know but if you're like me and you're the type of person that you know you don't wanna be upside down in the mortgage or you don't wanna get an overtly expensive car rather by us you know that you know let's go to kingston new york can raise with us hello henry go ahead v we show pretty much religiously and there's an economic issue that's really talked about and it is hardly ever talked about the trucial perspective and yet it ties into so many of the other issues we hear whether it's education the border issue welfare or anything like that and that's well they call the property tax called the shelter tax because that's what it is it's a tax on the necessity of life so you can't really avoid it everybody pays it whether you own a home or you rent right homeowners generally pay more than renters renters can always move but the point is is that it's almost enslavement but somebody's not by the federal government because it's just the money demand shelter is not anything that is not a commercial transaction that produce gain it's an actually an expense so where do you get the money to pay you have to go out and work and then give it to the government i myself i pay more in taxes on my home than i have income you know and so any.
"six hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Option just because he's only getting paid six hundred thousand dollars exact and they just need they would need some salary back and then who's the defense when you brought up i brought up cal foot he that's right first round pick for them in twenty seventeen and will really wants to start replenishing the defensive group there you punish he's there he's there top defensive asset so i think it would have to be part of that and it's not even like tampa doesn't really have any guy like this like a salary dump maybe coburn is that but he's got a no trade clause like anyone you're getting from tampa that has salary is pretty good girardi at three million coburn at three point seven might qualify for that but you'll have a sabotka like the sabers acquired for me like we're that's just a salary dump like he'd be he'll play on the team probably just because he's upgrading the bottom sex but he's in the trade because saint louis wants him in the trade i don't really know if there's a guy on tampa that is like all right here you go take our there's no here's your map molson they don't have a map molson to me unless i'm should scroll down a little bit more here and find someone in their system but there is not so now so what tyler johnson the prospect you brought up cal foot a first round pick maybe multiple first round pen maybe like brayton coburn just as a little bit of salary yeah be interesting i it really is going to be interesting to see what the return in a carlson trade would look like because if this trade does come to fruition in does happen the returns probably going to be quite remarkable well you would think so but there were reports earlier this week that they might not get as much as you might think because of how bad they've butchered the situation like every team in the league knows they're going to trade carlson so to me like for instance near hyphen is the name that they keep the reports are they want from dallas the dallas is unwilling to do that and if i'm dallas i would absolutely be willing to do that right because if i treat for carlson and the reports are he loves tampa bay what's to say he's not just gonna leave for tampa bay any year nights traded my top prospect if i'm a team like dallas and even if i'm in this race worst case scenario i give up nothing and i have a shot to get him in free agency next year that's how every team should look at this because there's nobody believes that he's resigning in ottawa so that's i think you might not see as big a return for him then maybe we might think or it'd be fair value you're definitely getting fair value for him if you're ottawa because you've made it known by your actions that you are not resigning him you're going to trade him so it's inevitable which means his value to me would drop a little bit it'll oh three five fifty one eight eight eight five fifty to five fifty we'll continue discussion more when we come back from this break erik carlson maybe on the verge being traded we'll we'll see if that's going to happen today or if that will happen you know maybe at some point this weekend it seems more likely though that a trade for carlson might be happening sooner rather than later so oh three hundred fifty one eight eight five five to five fifty and of course sabre stuff do you think the sabres are done this free agency have you liked what they've done feel free to give your thoughts will come right back here as bright wilson jody bic here.
"six hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Have no debt unmet work is about two million six hundred thousand dollars we're spending about one hundred twenty thousand a year the call good you should be able to live like no one else now you can live like no one else yes so we're trying to do that and we call we call it a live seven right now join it very much but move my wife working she wants no she can retire well of course whole no that's not the right answer your dadgum slavedriver you quit you got a four lane number networks man she's not working got to spend more money you're going to be okay you got a four million dollar network i think you're going to struggle through brother yeah yeah what sharon and i have discovered is we still even though we have very large sums to put in the categories in our budget we still need to talk about spending we still need to talk about stuff before we buy and so we don't neither one of us by any big thing without first talking to the other one and that involves putting together our budget it's very liberal it's got a lot of room and it's got some big numbers on it we've got the ability to do that without trouble when you do to push she can quit your funny this is the dave ramsey show.
"six hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Six hundred thousand dollars in bonds in a pretax account the when the money comes out is only worth i don't know sixty six and two thirds cents on the dollar whatever's thirty three and a third percent federal and state income tax all of a sudden the asset allocation is no longer forty sixty but it's fifty fifty so which ones right which one pray tell is right when talking to an advisor they just throw this sixty forty forty sixty mix off the top of their head because that's simple mathematics but it's not as simple as it seems he goes on let's assume this individual decides to us four hundred thousand her bond assets to buy a single premium immediate annuity her next statement correctly reports are reduced portfolio of six hundred thousand with the same four hundred thousand in stocks but now two hundred thousand in bonds member she took six hundred grand or four hundred grand of the six hundred thousand dollars in bonds and bought an annuity so our portfolio value now is no longer a million it's six hundred thousand of course he's getting an income stream from the annuity but now her asset mix seems far more aggressive she's now almost seventy percent stocks and thirty percent bonds really know isn't an annuity tantamount to a bond allocation by the way he this wasserman fellow didn't calculate in a present value of whatever her social security payments are is that not also an allocation to bonds how many advisors out there have looked at your.
"six hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"To the mortgage company there's only one way to get your money back out of that house or that piece of real estate and that's the bar went back and you have to qualify and borrow back on the banks terms when it's over in the site fund you don't have to qualify for everything at your money you can just withdraw so you can get out of debt faster and you can have more liquidity so why wouldn't you do that i've actually help people keep their tax deductions and this has helped many it helped one couple to be able to withdraw six hundred thousand dollars out of their ira's or 401k's with next to no tax consequence because the mortgage interest deductions that were there to help offset the withdrawals on their ira's in 401k's and we ended up transferring out six hundred thousand which grew to seven hundred and fifty thousand in just five years that was effective annual yield of eight and a quarter percent but this couple has seven hundred and fifty thousand now earning between eight to ten percent now eight percent on that would be sixty thousand a year tax free income if that money was still sitting in an ira 401k with their former advisor they were pulling out twenty four thousand a year only netting sixteen thousand to buy gas and groceries because of having to pay tax the rest of their life on a four percent payout folks this is what we love to do these are called strategic rollouts and when you come to our educational events we show all kinds of examples of how if you're too top heavy in portfolio income or eighty to ninety percent of your retire government and yet to be taxed ira's and 401k's we can cure that okay i wish i could have prevented it where we can cure that by using strategies maybe strategic rollouts if you're trying to get out of debt let me show you how to do it the smartest fastest way and it's not any way shape or form sending extra principal was to the mortgage company that may be a good way but it's a far cry from the best way.
"six hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on The Vergecast
"Yes these he's in he's in the middle of everything he's trump's lawyer he's taken money he's not apparently great lawyer he's doing all the stuff but at and t paid him some money right one trump took over as office they claim is for consulting obviously at and t they just wrapped up the antitrust trial about whether or not they should be able to buy time warner obviously not neutral you is rolled back there is an incredible just read sarah's timeline it points to nothing in in one sense and at points to everything in another sense which is six hundred thousand dollars i think for most everyone who is in ceo of major multibillion dollar company is like a lot of money but for at and t doling out six hundred thousand dollars to michael cohen just to like have it done in case they needed it did not seem to be a thing that they thought of novartis paid something over a million dollars to michael cohen for in case we need consulting on pharmaceutical regulations and their statement about it was we had one unproductive meeting i would like to offer anyone who has sensitive urged cast one unproductive meeting with me for a million dollars anytime you want happy to do it but swirling in the background of net neutrality at and t time warner merger is whatever is going on with michael cohen it's super interesting in the sense that trump news is just sort of default interesting it hasn't amounted to any read sarah's time onto the stuff because it's going to keep coming up over and over and over again i don't think michael cohen.
"six hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Six hundred thousand dollars that they paid to michael cohen yeah i mean there's the old joke goes the inner workings of the mind donald trump would be the shortest book ever written so i don't think they needed to pay fifty thousand dollars a month right i mean look i think i think that raises a lot of questions i do think obviously the the payments from the korean aerospace company raise serious questions of course as do the payments from novartis but i do think the most trouble are these payments from the russian oligarch because we really don't know what was involved there what was being what what kind of advice or whatever was being sought there and obviously at juxtaposes against this whole story of various russian efforts throughout twenty sixteen to help the trump campaign to work with the trump campaign to try to influence our election i think that's obviously the one thing here lawrence and all the red flags is the reticence of the red flags deanna your reaction to that absolutely i think what's also interesting with the payment made by the excellent connected entity is that we also know that there was a contribution to the trump inaugural committee two hundred and fifty thousand dollars that was also made so this fits sort of a trend that we're seeing and of course the company put out a statement that it's owned by americans it's a us base corporation however we also have to ask who is exerting the ultimate control over the company and who is directing these actions that are being made and i think we've had plenty of evidence that vessel bergh's renova group has been very influential in the operations of columbus nova so again i think the pattern having seen expert connected entity made donations to the trump before this again raise questions as to what they intend for this particular payment was bourbon mcquaid mike levin keeps saying the recurring chorus here from him as he.
"six hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Six hundred thousand dollars of that was you know in one dollar bills there were gone for covered the you know the there were there were actual drugs and the suspect comes out anything is pajamas this was in cerita and then the next day lo and behold chief back and mayor eric garcetti do this big dog and pony show right they do their press conference look what we've got in done like they went out in the streets and did that and the guy is what solve this he's excited at the time he had he tell the story he's like he's like yeah we made this happen we did it but at that time he didn't realize he wasn't going to get paid and so year passes and finally he has to go to internal affairs he he starts with legal process he never never stopped working for the department even to this day as i speak to you you still undercover operative with the lapd that's what makes me wondered did they perhaps make just an jump to an assumption that an undercover operative wouldn't wanna be called out you know what i mean the credit he wants to get paid johnny so where is it my situation where i'm used to people getting my sunshine all the time one he makes a living off of that i so all of his handlers they call them control agents or handlers agree he came to us he told us about this crew they were doing he's the one that was in the streets with us you know he was the one that was able to infiltrate their group was able to help bring about that entire buzz he's old that money now there's a significant cases permission you're gonna have to tell us about those in a minute here i want to hear about him we're tired of course jazz mechanic you can follow her at jasmine at j s m y e this is a midday live lawrence von dr drew on talk radio seven ninety kabc abc has dependable traffic when you need it the most and if you're on.
"six hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Two one million six hundred thousand dollars is the median texas looks more and more attractive every second with every sentence you spe median has while the median home price probably get you what fifteen hundred square feet maybe two thousand square feet one another me the median home price in dallas yeah one hundred seventy eight thousand dollars doesn't surprise me and there's more freedom here taxes like one tenth one tenth of what it is in san francisco and that's just ludicrous that the median price how does a out a new home buyers get into that market seriously you can't you think there's maybe a housing bubble in san francisco i i don't know maybe possible father of the year award goes to this german man oh after he accidentally left his two children at a service station you know like a studies maybe just an exxon mobil that has some food and some candy in it and here it didn't take him long though to realize that oh wait my girls aren't here car with me think what two minutes a block two blocks turns out to blocks or both quiet back there live minutes you realize oh my going to be five it was one hundred miles later sorry a hundred miles and ninety minutes later when police called him in the every he didn't even realize it on easter let's take a trip is good from germany to italy when he went to pay for gas at a filling station when he returned to volkswagen minibus he was unaware that it's two dollar daughter's age ten and fourteen gun to the bathroom he drove off headed for the alps.
"six hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Familiar face on west virginia tv sets after being released from prison in two thousand seventeen he invested around six hundred thousand dollars on a slate of commercials aimed at redeeming himself hoppy kercheval and influential radio show hosts in the state now i don't know hoppy maybe i should know him we're on in west virginia but he says he's running a has money he's not a wallflower he's a puncher and a counter puncher he's the guy that's on the move he's the guy that's gaining traction in this wide open race i think it has this every man i think he has his everyman appeal in west virginia now i will tell you this i don't know one first thing about don blankenship i'm going by what's being told to me by political so i don't know whether the guy has gotten an unfair shake or not it may be that that's the case and if that's the case then maybe he is a good candidate i would certainly think that being in the coal industry is not a negative i mean they provide power and all this kind of stuff whether he had anything whatsoever to do with a mining accident i don't know apparently a court thought he didn't they sent him to jail but the national republican officials say that they've made no decision on whether to weigh in against blankenship though several said they expected the senate committee to create a menu of options but they contend that any possible option poses serious risks i think that can probably backfire in the primaries we saw with roy moore roy moore they were totally against roy moore and he got the nomination i think they just kept their trap shut roy moore may not have won the nomination and they wouldn't have had to worry about him losing in the general election but as it was i mean trump came out for his opponent you know everybody was coming out against roy moore and roy moore came through in one and then he lost in the general election i think is probably best that the republican hierarchy stay out of the.
"six hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"In a very interesting position it's not often that are contending team has half of its players making under six hundred thousand dollars and that's what happened to the brewers last year so there is a very interesting situation where they could be spenders because they had room to grow and the rebuilding process was accelerated to the point where they were playing meaningful baseball until the last day of the season i mean there was no other team in baseball in a similar situation to the brewers last year so they instantly became one of the very intriguing teams this offseason top until today had been very quiet and really it's all over baseball been quite more trades than free agent signings that were of significance but that's the benefit right that's the benefit of developing younger players in europe prospect pool they get to the majorleague level they're not make it a heck of a lot of money but they are performing in far outperformed the contracts and ultimately you know you've got an arbitration deal to work with maybe a couple of years of vat and then grabbed the longer term contract but boy i'd good problem to have right definitely a good problem to have so even if the brewers in a push their payroll to eighty five million in a add a fifteen million dollar per year pitcher i either it's still relatively low by today's standards a major league baseball so from a salary standpoint i know with all the while a lot of money just went out the door today but is certainly understand that the brewers at the lowest payroll in all of baseball last year half of their team was making under six hundred thousand dollars and they had room to add no doubt about it they had plenty of room to add for one four seven nine nine one 620 the accunet mortgage talk intact line in the big questions though in in i don't know that we have a true answer to this and we won't maybe for a couple of years but at the brewers give up too much three top fifteen prospects the right at a pitcher was not at the top thirty in the prospectless for a single blair.
"six hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Planet Money
"Six hundred thousand dollars homa that is that's a lot of money this guy get his friends together they could probably have a reality show curbs for moslems of the rich and famous maybe i would watch that show up barents family has been in this business for more than eighty years he says it is a very solid business demand is stable and there is a lot of money involved behrens most expensive property right now is a crypt that is going for more than a million dollars what are the amenities that it offers like why is it cost so much private in current one of a kind um you know eighteen foot ceiling marble from florida ceiling uh family name is big of the freeway signed stacy in hollywood even in death billing still import always but this cemetery it's already at 95 percent capacity so it's really expensive and pretty hard to get him and peres in cities like los angeles and new york businesses like his are always booming many cities are growing populations are getting bigger cemeteries are filling up and more and more people are coming to him asking for help finding space in cemetery real estate is different from say home real estate in one very big wave you had never move the thinks that i do are welcomed by so you have your cemetery but when are you going to need that question brings us to our secondstorey because none of us knows when we are going to die and this causes all kinds of problems existential of course but also practical for instance it's hard to know how much money you need to save you don't want to scrimp in scrimp your whole life only to die before you've had a chance to spend any of it you also don't want to spend and spend and then live to be one hundred twelve.
"six hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance
"A six hundred thousand dollar policy that stays six hundred thousand dollars compared to the benefit of a military pension of the military benefit is probably not going to be all that great a six hundred thousand dollar policy that makes up the difference for the six and a half percent loss end that's run with a good quality mutual company where you're going to get ongoing dividends as once the policy is mature it's going to continue growing the uh the cash values will be there the death benefit will be there that approach will make a big difference and so this has to be carefully calculated based upon somebody who knows and who can use a quality conservative policy that is gonna be there it's very important that you recognize that in terms of what you're considering giving up the military uh survivor benefit pension plan that is a gold plated option that is a powerful financial planning tool it is number one is guaranteed to you there's no underwriting you'd have the sign up fort number two it's backed directly by the full faith and credit of the us government uh we're not talking about an insurance company uh that is may or may not go under may or may not pat we're talking about the the full faith and credit of the us government which is backed by all of their taxing authority on this backed by military uh a budget allocation which nobody right now is lobbying to take money away from the military and so were especially for veterans and and all the stuff like you you don't get a stronger positioning power than what you're talking about military benefit pension plans that is gold in our current.