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Microsoft launches new Surface Go 2, Surface Book 3 and Surface Headphones 2

Lewis and Logan

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Microsoft launches new Surface Go 2, Surface Book 3 and Surface Headphones 2

"Microsoft is out with a few new products there is the service go to which is a miniature and lower powered version of Microsoft's far more expensive surface pro tablets service go to start at four hundred dollars Microsoft also out with a new version of its high end laptop the surface book three which allows you to remove the screen from the laptop so you can use it like a tablet it starts at sixteen hundred dollars and lastly there is a new version of Microsoft's noise cancelling headphones the surface headphones too in theory they have made them more comfortable and with controls to let you choose how much sound is blocked out from the background service headphones to cost two hundred fifty dollars all three products will be out this month

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Google is working on its own debit card (again

This Week In Google

04:24 min | 5 months ago

Google is working on its own debit card (again

"In our never ending quest to find stories to talk about Because as you know times have changed and there's not a lot of news but there is some Google news. Google is according to the verge working on. Its own debit card. Now the weird thing is Google used to have a credit card. I remember getting. They stopped at two. Google this is. This is short-sighted from High Garden Berg. They're coming back although it wasn't a debit card and I guess the Apple Card which is Goldman Sachs Bank Which is Weird Phantom? I don't know I don't know you have to have a certain credit rating to get it. No well wasn't there a big kerfuffle around getting it women not getting a couple of Steve Wozniak and David Heiner Meyer Hansen who created ruby on rails. Two well-known D.C. Icons both said I got a much better credit limit. Then my wife who has my same finances because she's my wife but anyway apple says. Yeah well we talked about this. The ways of the credit score are varied in mysterious. That apple said okay. We'll fix that. Lisa got a better credit limit than I did on mine. So some prizes based on your personal credit I would guess yes exactly. Yeah and if you see under sixteen hundred dollars thermo mix exactly exactly. Google wants to Google branded smart debit card Actually the apple cart which I've had for a while works quite well. You get cash back. The Nice thing is tied to the watch which is kind of something I guess Google Google has android wear but does anybody where android wear but the idea of a close eventually. Maybe it does have me. Yeah so nowadays. Not Touching money or credit cards but Attack at the grocery store if you have to go to be Embraced so maybe that's maybe this is a Cova thing. I don't know Came into our meeting thing because data thing you're right so you can get a lot of information and like facebook even has deals with credit card companies to to say. Hey what are people buying? So I think Google's like oh I would love to know and about tying that back possibly advertisements you could actually say. Hey this since saw this ad. They already do that their they already do that. Yeah but the so they have google pages like apple pay and Samsung Pay But the normally those work by you attach your existing credit cards to it. So what's different about Apple's credit card is you can use that as your primary payment. Apples is actual charge card. It's a credit card. You rack up a bill. You pay it in the month. The Google supposedly. According to the verges a debit card. They're going to partner with city Stanford Federal Credit Union. It's visa but most debit cards are either visa or MasterCard But it but it will take it right out of your bank account as opposed to adding up the charges till the end of the month It will do virtual card numbers. That's one of the real selling points on the apple. Credit Card is that the merchant doesn't get any information about you They don't even get your credit card number they get a token and they don't get your address your real name or any of that stuff and of course merchants hate that. Google apparently wants to do the same thing. But you know who gets the information apple and Google in Google's case so it's not like they're giving up any information customers will be able to use the Google play APP to lock their card in the event of theft or loss according to the verge or lock the account entirely Google Zap reportedly and there is a picture of the APP so this leak is pretty well. Sourced will reportedly allow customers to easily track purchases using Google maps and its database of retailers. Would you get goal Debit Card or not?

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"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:31 min | 10 months ago

"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Arapaho classical magnet school where he's worked for the last nine years of Beijing issue keeps him from driving on a prayer found out she started a gofundme account in hopes of getting him a lift to work more than sixteen dollars sixteen hundred dollars has been raised for him so far John put a smile on the kids faces to with this Friday juggling shows in Jeff latitude he X. gave Sierra Leone's civil war in search of a better life and since then he says the students and staff have become like family to him and that's in BC five seven Anderson traffic and weather together in the ten eighty trapping center sherry Rogers in Plano north on seventy five at the bush turnpike this accident has finally clear the one with two semi trucks that long back up is on winding pretty quickly so things should be back to normal a pretty good over there in Carrollton north found thirty five it felt lined road work has the left lane closed there's a long back up down the valley parkway in Dallas north south thirty five a Colorado Boulevard an accident is blocking the exit ramp we're seeing stop and go traffic back to Beckley also in Dallas north bound seventy five in the Commons a crash is blocking the two right lanes also the entrance and exit rap traffic is very slow back to Haskell I'm sherry Rogers on your twenty four hour traffic leader sixty five for today's seventy two for tomorrow chance of rain on thanksgiving day it's a limit of six on KRLD the following is a paid commercial program paid for by petroleum resources of Texas it does not reflect the opinions.

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Some-of-the-Money Ball

Planet Money

10:10 min | 11 months ago

Some-of-the-Money Ball

"To introduce you in this story with you -ASEBALL walkup music no no no no we don't need that now okay we we might do it to you anyway just warning you okay okay I I met Logan Ice at baseball spring training that's the practice time before baseball season starts you've been with the Indian three APP drafted by the Indians in two thousand sixteen s Logan is twenty four years old he plays catcher and he's built like a catcher he square and muscular picture like a nine volt back story with legs three years ago Logan was playing college baseball he was eligible to be drafted by Major League Baseball team and if you happen to turn on the TV on the night of the draft the baseball experts really liked Logan Logan is they saved one of the best all around catchers in this draft a switch hitting that you're always a tough to find what do you think of Osu's backstop these got savvy I think he's got athleticism and agility behind the plate like this is one of the better college catchers out there on Indians ended up drafting Logan they liked him so much they paid him an eight hundred fifty thousand dollar signing bonus which is a lot of money but if things went well for Logan he could make so much money that that bonus would look like birthday card cash they're big leaguers playing Logan's position right now who make twenty million dollars per year but the way this works new players like Logan don't go straight to Cleveland's main team the one you see on national TV the one where guys are making millions no logan had to go and prove himself he got tossed in with the hundreds of other players playing on the Cleveland Indians feeder teams they're they're minor league teams Logan got sent two teams like the Mahoning Valley scrappers the Lynchburg Hill cats the Akron rubber ducks where the salary is not millions and last year in Africa what was your living situation so I was living on the couch for a little while lived in the hotel for a little while they give you a couple of nights how much you making if you can divulge her give me a range of thinking. Hey I want to say it's around sixteen hundred Aa I think is what it comes out to be something like that that's sixteen hundred dollars a month but only during the season no pay for spring training no pay for the off season so logan salary is just around eight thousand dollars a year not eighty thousand eight thousand six is but that doesn't account for living that doesn't account for shipping your car out that doesn't account for food granted they feed you a couple of meals a day Logan and to some degree all minor leaguers are kind of like living breathing lottery tickets when they pay off and make the majors they pay off huge earn millions and millions of dollars but for the vast majority of minor league players that never happens they toil away in the minor the League's making Bupkus and most do not have a giant signing bonus you see baseball is a winner-take-all career there is a very small chance of making huge amounts of money but more importantly there is a huge chance of making almost no money and as far as logan ice knew those really the only two options but one day a couple of years ago he was at the batting cages practicing and he got this message on Lincoln Lincoln in as like some of those recruiters and stuff that you automated message like yeah like that long do you remember what it said though I could maybe pull it up but see what I got here so he said Hey Logan it's been a minute it's also a small world because I was in the message was from an old baseball friend someone he hadn't seen in a while so there was some small commiserating about a particular minor league assignment Logan and gotten sucks that you got stuck in Mahoning valley last year which that he's one hundred percent right anyways I wanted to reach out because Logan's old friend explained that he was working for this new company that had an idea for how players might be able to deal with this super uncertain take all salary situation his friends message said that this company will quote help baseball players financially by pooling risk and invest listing in each other so logan's reading this and he's thinking this sounds fishy yeah no I I was the first thing I tell them saying hello and welcome to planet money I'm Kenny Malone and I'm Tom Goldman Tom Goldman covers sports for NPR. I should you do and what if this pooling risk thing what if it is a thing what is a completely new way to look at not just baseball but any winter GEICO career today on the show an economic idea that could change the way baseball players and the rest of US think about how we get paid support for NPR comes from Newman's own foundation working to nourish the common good by donating all profits from Newman zone food products to charitable organizations that seek to make the world a better place more information is available at Newman's own foundation dot org should I call you Zach or should I call you Cowabunga or one zero it's much better you wrote on read it that the planet money newsletter is like meaning a noir detective in the parking garage for evidence exchange and incriminating photos can you confirm what's incriminating about the newsletter found some deep dark secret that once did you know how people sign up pure orgy slash planet my newsletter you nailed it all right the company that was sending in messages to try and get in touch with Logan ice is called Pando P. A. N. D. O. and here's a version of the pitch Pando was making to Logan let's actually you're a first round let's make the numbers bigger and more exciting your first round pick as a first round pick you have expected future MLB earnings of forty five million ars grave I'm in I think everyone's excited about the happy about that this is Charlie Olson he's Pandora's co-founder the problem is your odds are like a coin flip you're you're you're outcome is going to be some version of a coin fifty percent of the time you're gonNA average ninety million dollars amazing fifty percent of the time you'll make less than one not amazing not amazing Charlie's point is that even if you're one of the most promising players in the world sure there is a chance you will become one of the richest people in the country there is also a chance your future baseball earnings will be almost nothing you might get injured you might hit up streak of bad luck you might just not be as good as everybody thinks so the companies pitch to players like Logan Ice is this wouldn't it be nice if you and some of your fellow baseball players could somehow share the risk of this brew title winner-take-all career that you've chosen this idea is called an income pool and it's pretty simple like logan just get together with a handful of other players in his shoes so still stuck in the minors still making up kiss and then Logan and these players would make a deal if one of US makes it to the majors and exit big then that person will kick back part of his big money to the rest of us in the pool where baseball can be zero sum when your best friend gets called up and you didn't now of a sudden when your best friend gets called up a little bit of you did panda thinks this income pool idea would work for all kinds of else but the company is just a few years old and starting out with baseball and we spent a ton of time asking Charlie Olson questions about how this would actually work for example is there a level of baseball player that is too low to join pool no there's there's nothing that's too low so what about right now Kenny Malone in studio eligible to be a client of Panos Okay so yes Kenny you have to be in the minor leagues at least but okay so let's just say you and I are interleague irs yes here's how this would work and and we need hundreds of people for our pool it could be as small as just you and me making a deal yeah so then then Tom and I make this agreement and we need to set up the terms of our pool and we could we could set whatever terms we want but there there's a kind of standard contract that baseball players use and to explain it I was GONNA make the big leagues and we're in this pool together here's how this would play out Tom will not have to pay anything until he is earned one point six million dollars playing in the major leagues and once I reached that one point six million level all kick ten percent of the money I make after that back to the pool Pando is gonNA take a ten percent cut of our pool so that's one percent of Tom's additional money essentially that's their business model but but theoretically this is great wait for me like I'm stuck in the minor leagues with my Crappy Minor League salary and it is now subsidized by Tom's giant big league contract and maybe Tom Mix thirty million dollars a year suddenly a millionaire even though I'm in the minor leagues and the contract runs until my career is over or until I paid twenty million dollars into our pool so that's a version of the income pool plan pitched over the phone to our real minor leaguer logan ice shoot now

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Building Your Billion Dollar Body With Nicholas Bayerle

Stories Behind the Grind

10:18 min | 1 year ago

Building Your Billion Dollar Body With Nicholas Bayerle

"Because you're the founder of billion dollar buddy helping men reach their potential in health power and confidence top of thirty on the thirty influenza and especially touched up six hundred clients. Tell me what was it like growing up for you. In the idea of billion dollar buddy come from he had a really good question man. A lot of it was came from my struggles as a businessman. My Dad was business owner. I got to see what he went through when it came to half bring business home in in how business in finances really affected our family life in my uncle was a business owner as well and both of them got really crushed two thousand eight year in America when economy basically collapsed and allow the service based businesses and product based businesses really took a hit because people in just spending money for no reason and so my life like man. I had a lot of problems with my parents splitting up when I was a kid and got a lot of anxiety from them. I didn't really know what I wanted to do. I didn't know how to make them all happy but through that process also learned a lot of things like I said my dad being a business owner. I learned that you could just exchange value for dollars at a young age so I can make money on demand. I had a many times before the age of ten thousands thousands of dollars in my savings account because I just go out there and mow lawns and we'd wack and do these things to make money but I didn't really have a reason to be a business owner and entrepreneur besides to provide for myself and me and my dad had a big falling out on us about thirteen years old. I didn't talk to him for about three and a half years in throughout that period I lost pretty much any vision that I had for my life on top of that graduated from high school the one point eight. GPA enduring that process I gained sixty pounds so now we help these men become become three dimensional will be call it was prospering health wealth and relationships mostly because through my journey and failing over and over again. I realized that there are three things in every man's life that cannot be outsourced and if they cannot be outsource. We should probably get good at them because we can't run away from them. Those three things were their relationship with their intimate lover right there. You have relations with your family. Your friends people that are like family then a network you have your health which is mental physical spiritual emotional and nobody can help you plan to follow but you physically can't have someone eat for you and you can't have someone move for you and then when it comes to wealth and being provider as man. I worked works specifically with Manual on businesses and I knew that it was our moral obligation to cast that vision and to build something that's growing whenever rechargeable potential so throughout that the process man I I really failed in all those like I said sixty pounds overweight one point eight. GPA and even when I got into business I didn't produce more than three thousand dollars a month for three years. So my goal now is to take these men there on a similar journey to help them gain the skill sets gained the network and gained brotherhoods veiled empower them to be able to actually prospering those three areas of their life differently helping men take back control of their health wealth and relationships definitely help them to be better versions of themselves or if they aren't doing that right now like they're literally living life in a way that agitated in a way where they're not happy and I already know this because that was me like no matter what how how much you achieve money wise. If you're not feeling every day like legitimately you'll still have insecurities. You'll think about your money when you're out in public but nobody at the gym and nobody at your daughter's birthday party cares about how rich you are because in each environment. You're only honored for certain things like at the gym if you're not fit. No one cares about your bank now. If you're a business event no one cares how fit you are like you matters Yup when you're at a relationship thing like people Lincoln about relationships and so no matter what like like all these areas of life 'cause insecurities if we don't feel confident feel like we have control over them and so really it's like I know already that people are struggling with it and the reason why is because I went through it myself man. It was definitely a tough journey and I appreciate you creating spaces like this so that people can have breakthrough have to go through the three years of crap that I went through to just build a business like they can legitimately take the ceiling that you and I have and make it their floor that they start out differently official. Are there any common areas out of health wealth and relationships. Are there any ones you try to focus on first. We know helping men so I really focused on the actual personal development meant the man because I truly believe that the man who shows up in the situations of health wealth or relationships who that man is can transform that specific result the really focused on what they wanted life. Why are they doing what they're doing and how can retire like what they want out of life why they want it to actually get them to do the things it's GonNa take to go out there and do it so very much so focused on the man I and generally like that's around wealth sixty six percent of our twenty four hundred members want to you go out there and actually build make more money. That's the number one reason why they come in so the big thing for us is like we give people what they want and then actually we sell them what they want to give them what they need and so we show them that hey like without going out there and transforming yourself transform your relationships transform your health. You're not going to go out there and build that business that you walk but definitely focused on how can these men gain power and confidence themselves so that when they show up in that area of their life their health the lace ship for wealth. It's really not either of those fridge man. Their motivation to become powerful and confident is different though I do focus on the man because I truly believe that if I were to take someone like yourself at WHO's as all these expertise is if I take one of our guys that don't have expertise scenario that you have an expertise. If I were to put you in their situation you would make it work like you know how you feel confident. You feel powerful. You understand how to create results in those areas and so really trying to figure out what results they really trying vinik create right now we focus on them first empowering them giving them the confidence giving them clarity of vision and then equipping them with the actual tactics to be able to produce results. It's definitely not come back down to the character and identity component I in full months. You're GONNA have all the skills at all the tactics but you've also be the character that can wheel Bosio tools and tactics to make progress forward kit tools and tactics or not what are missing right now for anyone's life. What we found is that every single man knows that they should probably be eating healthier and probably should be getting more exercise to become fit. They already know this but they're not doing it and so we really focused on. How do we get men to take action on the things that they already know? Go produce a result and then go learn something new. We call it just in time learning. They learn based on what they need to know today. Day like to solve the problems today not based on like some theory that they're gonNa have five years from now. We helped him apply things they know get results and figure out what problems do they need to saul all today that are going to move the needle forward. That's the IVA comes that sort of an unparalleled by analysis having too many options and intimate knowledge going on the head. Nobody's going to execute on any of them with just in time learning. It sounds like it's people can then. Oh Man can apply almost tried bicycling win. They needed as needed right now. Now one hundred percent man a really good point in. I used to think back in the day that I needed to be really successful. I'll tell you the truth. Actually I used to think think that before I go to the gym. I had to be. Super Fit like this was one of my earliest fears. That just made no sense. I remember being about sixteen seventeen years old and I was like man. I want to be fit but like I'm too scared to go to the gym because if I go to the gym and I don't know how to use the equipment and I'm just not that strong. GonNa be embarrassed so I was like how can I get like strong wrong and fast and fit without going to the gym and at the same thing happens in men's lives. Were were like man like I'm just not successful enough to show up to networking events I. I just don't think that I make enough money to invest in myself. I just don't know of like I'm ready for a relationship because I'm not that good relationships yet and the biggest problem around. Is that the it keeps us from doing the very thing that's GonNa give us progress and that's what happened to me. I was scared to go to networking events because I was a carpet cleaner for two and a half years dude. I've made twelve hundred sixteen hundred dollars a month for two two and a half years working fulltime a physical Labor job and I physically was too scared to go to networking events. I didn't know how to invest in myself. Ralph and that's what caused me to fail. I thought once I become successful than all invested myself once I become fits then I'll go to the gym once I know how to master astor. Relationships and unperfect then get into a relationship problem is those days will never come unless you take action. Do remember the moment that you made the switch that demand the realization that you didn't have to be super fit to to go to the gym yeah so this is the thing is like people are always looking. I was looking for this like silver bullet. Of How do I break these insecurities off. You know what I did. Starting Al is a stepping stone to where I'm at today so what I did I is. I went to a city that I knew I knew nobody at and I got a trainer and I went out there and for a year worked out with a trainer in a city that I knew I knew nobody because I didn't care about like random. People judging me that I didn't know I was afraid of running into my friends from high school. They would think it was a loser by didn't know how to work out and and those were insecurities like those were immense insecurities and the people that I'm talking to you right now like we all have different insecurity different areas of our life and I'm not afraid to talk about it because this is what's helping our other guys as well so I was super insecure about founded city that I go out there and take action and get help and I didn't feel like I was judged so for people that are thinking like like whether it's relationships or health or well right now think about cave. You are feeling insecure in these areas. Who could you talk to you know like one of the big things that we talk about. is allowing your mass to become your message. How can you tell the overcoming story like the things you've struggled with that will get people to relate with you and then from them relating with you you can lead them to an answer and a lot of people are like oh. Does that mean that like if I'm struggling with something right now I should broadcast it to the world. I'm like well dowd kind of be like me back in the day. Go into this really fit jam with all my friends. I just wasn't there yet and so that's not where you're at then find one person that maybe doesn't even know you. I thank call a random person.

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How does a pet get cloned?

Let's Talk Pets

12:45 min | 1 year ago

How does a pet get cloned?

"Cloning how does that get cloned so the very first step if you are thinking you might potentially you want to call on your pet Sunday that first step is our genetic preservation service and what that involves is a veterinarian taking a few small skin biopsy samples from your pets and if you're planning in advance and it is best to have these biopsies done while the cat is still alive and healthy so if you're planning in advance it's best to order I biopsy kit and we can ship this biopsy can overnight to the veterinarian or to the client and this biopsy kit has everything that the veterinarian needs to take the samples and to ship them to us at the appropriate temperature so it's just a small four millimeter punch biopsy at the skin so very simple every veterinarian the world is that a punch biopsy before so very easy to do it can be done with the local anesthesia or it can be done under general anesthesia if you are planning in advance in the veterinary purse first to do a general anesthesia then you might consider having this done in conjunction with a dental cleaning something like that where the the dog is already under anesthesia so we have a lot of clients that she used to do it at that time so the the vet takes a biopsy samples very small and very minimally invasive or the pet and would like to have anywhere from to try by an overnight with the return and ex label that included in from these tissues are they going to sell culture and we will grow millions of cells that contain that had DNA and the cells will ultimately be the starting point where the cloning process that is absolutely amazing it really sounds like Jurassic Park so hope is it possible to do Jurassic Park dinosaurs are we just doing cats and dogs I should ask what species can be cloned so there are quite a few species clones Bijan pets was originally part of the company that cloned livestock so cattle pigs goats and sheep have been cloned over the past seventeen years and when we began and by Jim Henson equine we now just clone dogs cats and horses so those are the three species that we clone and weeping cloning courses for about seventeen years and dogs and cats for about almost four years and it's it's going very well the cloning is just growing and growing the more people find out about this and then it's a possibility it's really a growing field with cloning I think a lot of people have concerns and I had a lot of questions because it's not as a topic that was really broached when I was in veterinary school so with cloning I know that Dolly the sheep seem to be healthy land a shorter lifespan than a typical sheep of that particular breed what happens for a dog and a cat is there or horse is there a lifespan basically the same physical issues they have can a brief for instance yes all very good questions so in going back to Dolly the sheep the technique that we use for cloning is essentially very much the same as what was used for Dolly many years ago and it is technically called somatic cell nuclear transfer or S. T. and T. so a somatic cell is any cell in the body that's anything other than a sperm or an egg and for dogs and cats and horses the somatic cells all these are what we grow in the culture from the skin biopsies taken from the pet so that somatic cell is that source at the beginning so that process is essentially the same and how the embryo is made and all of the species is how we use that egg from a donor animal and we removed the nucleus of that egg and we transfer in one of the somatic cells from the skin sample and these agonist cell are now fused together in an embryo starts to grow and then we'll transfer that embryo into the surrogate animal for dogs and cats they're a little bit different than the worst because dogs and cats are litter bearing species so we do transfer multiple embryos into that surrogate mom so is there is that chance that there could be twins or triplets said usually small number of puppies or kittens in the later but that is a chance and usually the clients will take as many as are born in the letter and it's just the one let me go back to your question about the longevity of these animals so Dolly did live a shorter lifespan than normal and so there was speculation at the time twenty two years ago that this was because she was a clone animal there's been a lot of research done on cloned animals and stating their longevity and their health over the years and cloned animals have been shown to live a normal lifespan which is really refreshing for a lot of these pet owners because unfortunately Dolly kind of got a bad rap and because she did let us our lives so it is you know it's the sort of the myths surrounding cloning that cloned animals live a shorter lifespan than an average animal and that's simply not true so cloning animals have been shown to live a normal lifespan and should be just as healthy as the original animal now one question that we do get quite often is let's say you know the the original all dog developed cancer will the cloned dog develop cancer great yes that's comes right on it and the answer is it depends on the cause of that cancer so which we don't veterinarians don't usually no it's not really definitive what the causes of most cancers are but if it was something that was shown to be genetically linked type of disease or illness the net cloned animal is going to have those same genes so that same potential to develop that disease at some point in its life it's not automatically going to develop that disease but that potential is there so sometimes the client can know to watch out for symptoms they may see them earlier and your because they're looking a little more closely for them where there may be some diagnostics that can be done on the Pat to to make sure that this does not developing that disease that the original Pat may have had that should have just the same longevity and health status as the original animal so genetic counseling especially the situation like that because you say are and I have a golden retriever and this golden retriever died of a type of cancer and then she'll star coma but this is just the best dog in the entire world so I want another one just like Goldie and then there is that chance because of the genetic predisposition that the next at could have cancer also said that yes I think it's very important so Mylene you were talking about this genetic preservation that can go on and you'll sometimes have a cloned animal in Sir get that you may have three or four are they obligated to take all the pattern that later and if not what do you do with the other pets and I'm sure people are thinking how many cats and dogs and horses do they have to act to circuits so our litter sizes are usually small just one or two maybe three and puppies or kittens and the letter we did have some larger sizes we had up to five puppies in a litter and this is sort of earlier on in the cloning process when we were at yeah and it's fine tuning in the number of embryos that go into the store get to get the number of puppies or kittens that we're hoping for and most clients will only want just one or maybe two so yeah I can understand work five is a lot to handle so he we do sort of try to treat that but you never know it's kind of like IVF you may end up with twins or triplets and it's just a little bit of a risk that may be there I would say most clients if there are three parties let's say most clients are going to say yes I want every single copy that morning that's completely understandable I know I would end up actually I have my dogs those prisoners I've already talked to my family and that's it okay on my dog Zeus and there's three puppies I'm gonna take one and again my brother you'll take one right and my mother worked I'm gonna give you that so it within my family so I can keep an eye on them and I and that's what most clients will choose to do is is a date they may not keep every single one of them somewhere else but if there's more than they can really take care of it solely on three copies as a lot then they may Debbie does that now I have the claim is not obligated to you take every every cut your kitten that's born with the cloning agreement and they are guaranteed at least one healthy puppy or kitten they're not obligated to take any extra ones there's of course no additional fees for those extra puppies or kittens so in we've had a couple clients that have have said you know I can only take two can you find a good home for these other you know we do have the other ones and we've done that we haven't really get adoption program in the cases that we've done that before those copies of actually been adopted out to you our own employees so it makes it really nice because the the clients can keep tabs on those and they know that the copies went to again how so you have the genetic preservation I want to have the biopsies done small really not painful I agree with you doing little four millimeter biopsies with local anesthesia is so simple you can plan have that preserved how long can you preserve it so if somebody says you know this is really good dog I'm not really sure if I want to do this what's going to be going on later on my life how long can that genetic material be stored and how is it stored I mean I would say most of our clients are are wanting to just preserve the cells are now and it cost is quite a lot where the cloning itself so those clients are just holding on to that DNA we preserve the cells the cells and the cell culture that we do it takes about two to four weeks to complete the culture and then these cells are placed in a crowd files with a crow protected media and they're stored in liquid nitrogen tanks in the cells can be kept stored essentially for ever for decades and we have clients that have stored cells S. for seventeen years and we've actually called a couple of dogs in at least one cat who sells were stored for seventeen years and then they they contest that later on so it's really amazing so essentially forever the cells can be stored there is an annual storage fee for storing cells so they the initial cost of the genetic preservation in sixteen hundred dollars and that includes culturing the cells in the biopsy kit shipment to and from the veterinarian and that also includes the first year of self storage after the first year the annual storage fee is a hundred and fifty dollars per year in the great thing about this is all of the up front fees that the client pays for the preservation and any subsequent storage fees these all get combine an addict gather and then when they decide to clone down the road everything that they've paid to date gets applied toward the cloning so long term clients really like that so I think this is a fascinating way that you're doing this Mullane where you are saving the cells your happiness fee but then you're not being hit with additional fees you know way on top of that because you're paying for a little bit little all the way along that's great now again you are saving the cells it's not embryos because oftentimes we hear about in human medicine where they're saving this genetic material but you're actually saving embryos is that correct that's right for the genetic preservation work we haven't created the embryos just yet they're actually for pets there is not been a technique developed to be able to freeze embryos we can do that and horses so because we've been cloning horses for so long we have improved the technique and initially there was when we first started doing this there was no process available to successfully resent all embryos for horses but now we've developed these techniques we have some of the top cloning scientist in the world on staff your just amazing and so for horses that is our standard thing that we do with the cloning is we we create the cloned embryos and then they are frozen and then they can be shipped and in transferred into their reset mayor at that point but for dog and cat it has to be a fresh embryo so we don't create embryos just yet we just up from genetic preservation we're just simply producing the

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Did iPadOS kill the Pixel Slate?

Android Central Podcast

04:54 min | 1 year ago

Did iPadOS kill the Pixel Slate?

"No more Google, tablets. What does that mean? For Ray because all their tablets since the next seven been compromised and not great. It doesn't really come as a massive surprise, when we had will, first of all because the tablets being bad part. But the general Android, tablets being bad part. Also, the chrome OS as a tablet operating system, not making sense, part. And then we had had this previous rumor back in March where it was. It was said that there were some tablets that were in the works, like a medium size in small sized tablet, that got canned. And those people that were working on those tablets were re you know, said, okay, well, this isn't going to be replaced with another tablet. You're going to work on laptops in the Google hardware division. And so the writing continuted. To be added to the wall, when they of course, when the pixel slate came out, and it was not fantastic. And then they cut back on models. And, you know, all these different little things, you're like, why are they continuing to just like bash their heads into a wall about? Tablets, and this weird dual tablet strategy of having the Android tablets, and the chrome OS, tablets, just didn't make a whole lot of sense. Anyway. The, the interesting part is Rick Osterloh being just confirming. It'd be like, yeah, we're no more rumors like we're actually just not making tablets anymore. And the crazy part, there is, is like, if Google just gonna come up straight up say, like, yeah, tablets just don't work for us with Android, or chrome OS. Oh, but we're happy to have our partners, make them as if you're one of these partners. How do you feel about that? I don't know. I mean it's so on the one hand. You know, this is sort of the Microsoft conundrum, and it's. Goes to show just a how difficult it is to design hardware, that makes sense for a mainstream audience, right? The pixel slate. Was was a cautionary tale in a number of ways. Right. They released four different models. One of them never got released or two of them never really got released, and they went all the way from, like six hundred dollars, which is the one that didn't get released because it's hardware was just too damn slow to, to run chrome all the way to like sixteen hundred dollars for a tablet that you had to pay extra for a keyboard. Yeah. I don't think that there was as the it wasn't so much that the product itself was not like well, designed the hardware wasn't well done. It was just that the value proposition was not at all. They're considering the price and what was being offered and the operating systems, just not being up to speed. I mean, this is the case all the way at the pixel see. So. Absolutely. I mean, we heard rumors that the pixel see was supposed to be a chrome device, and it wasn't ready at the time. And then there was no follow up to that for a couple of years. And then here we get the pixel the pixel slate and, you know, it made sense at the time that Google would not Bill. It's own Android based tablet anymore. Android tablets have been languishing for years. It's no secret. I mean to companies basically, build Android, tablets Samsung, and wall way the rest of the Android tablets are either using four versions of Android. Or they're these cheapie WalMart, branded crap tablets that nobody should buy. So putting chrome on it needs sense. But this, this enormous cloud of whether Google could make chrome into a touch friendly west was hanging over that release from the moment, we demo noted in October of him and it got delayed. And it got delayed eventually gets release, and even though we reviewed the, the tablet on the second most powerful skew which was a core. I five with plenty of ram this shouldn't have any problem running chrome and yet it shocked, and it was awkward and didn't make sense, the way that you interacted with it from a tablet to a laptop, and the whole thing, just felt unfinished in a way that the pixel book never did. And I just don't know how ever passed Google's quality

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The Dark Side of Employee Referrals

Clark Howard

01:03 min | 1 year ago

The Dark Side of Employee Referrals

"You know there are pros and cons to John referrals, the best way to apply to a job is through a referral that may become a knowledge, but it turns out that all referrals are not created equal, or a few, I opening findings from a study on how referrals actually work, according to research from pay scale compensation data provider candidates referred by friends and relatives earned about sixteen hundred dollars less at their new job, then those referred by a business associate that's probably because business colleagues can value, the candidates work in a way that family and friends may not there's an uglier side to referrals as well. A man referred by a business associate can expect on average in eighty two hundred dollar salary increase from their current job. While the woman can expect as the thirty seven hundred dollar increase about forty percent of all job interviews come from some sort of a referral across all industries. And despite the feeling that technology is somehow better at making matches between candidates. Open jobs. It's still referral. Nls that are the best way to apply for that open job that you really

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"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I tell them how much I make. And he said I was qualified for eighteen hundred and fifty dollars a month. And. If I feel comfortable with that. I certainly don't have to go up that high. You can stay at sixteen hundred dollars and by a house, but what you would qualify for for sixteen hundred depending on the taxes of the house is probably about a two hundred and twenty five dollar home. And he said exactly that's what your loan officer told me he said, but I'm looking at a house right now that's two hundred and seventy thousand and he told me I could go up to two eighty and I'm afraid to seventy would cost me about eighteen hundred bucks a month. And I don't know if I'm comfortable with that two hundred dollars. I very comfortable paying my rent of sixteen hundred. So I explained to him I said to him. What if I gave you an extra two hundred and fifty dollars a month? Would you then be comfortable with an eighteen hundred and fifty dollar payment? He said, yeah. If you're gonna give me two fifty a month. Let me explain to everyone listening to me who doesn't own a house when you when you buy a house, and you have a mortgage. You can write off of your taxes. I said to him how much did you get back last year in taxes? He said I got about fourteen hundred dollars. I said, okay. What if I could get you an extra three thousand dollars back or if I could get you two fifty a month would then you'd be comparable with eighteen fifties. How are you going to do that? Well, when you own a house, and you have a mortgage like say this guy here he wants to buy a two hundred and seventy thousand dollar house. Well, he's going to be able to write off of his taxes about ten thousand dollars in interest. And he's going to be able to write off the taxes on the property, which is another three grand. So he's going to be able to write off thirteen thousand dollars. Now. What does that mean right off? It means that on thirteen thousand dollars. He doesn't have to pay taxes. So if you're in a twenty five percent tax bracket that's gonna save you about thirty four hundred dollars a year. So if you tell if you're going.

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Domino's Pizza overcharges customers by thousands of dollars

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Domino's Pizza overcharges customers by thousands of dollars

"A large pizza chain has overcharged thousands of customers. USA's? Chris Barnes delivers the details. Even the Donald does on a pay much for pizza Trump. Here you go three meetings. Five dollars each counter that offer you give me those three pieces only I'll give you just five dollars a piece, but a glitch with the payment processing system, Domino's pizza last Friday ended up overcharging customers around the nation by thousands of dollars one family in North Carolina charged over eighteen hundred bucks for what should have been an eighteen dollar order in Houston customer charge. Sixteen hundred dollars the era effected some twenty five hundred customers the money's being refunded. But the Better Business Bureau is recommending notifying your banking credit card company immediately. If you're one of those customers, and Domino's says it sorry

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"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Wow. What happened? It was and like a culmination as he had severe sleep apnea. He was overweight, the men in his family have bad hearts usually at the age of fifty. They get at pacemaker kind of deal instead of birthday cake. And so it just was you know, one day he didn't wake up. Yeah. Thank you. We're just dealing with. So what does the rest of your? If you take this money out that is in his name inherited IRA it will not be penalized. But it will be taxed, yes. It's your rate, and I'm putting in sixteen hundred dollars a month on my student loan. So it'll be done and trying to sell a few like car that we're not using that kind of stuff. So my goal is to be done with it and twenty two months if I don't take this out in I take it. There was no life insurance because of his health issues, we did have like with his work some money set aside to to pay for there's not an area. There's not another pile of money here that we're not discussing the don't now not not at all. But we've been we've paid off like almost sixteen. No like. Sixty thousand dollars. I mean, we've paid over the last five years we've worked our about off. You're You're almost almost there. there. Now. Okay. Yeah. I think you're right. I think we work your twenty two month plan that will probably end up being about eighteen and I think anywhere along there that you run into a major catastrophe. You can catch his money out and paid off. But I don't think you're going to run into another catastrophe. I think I share I bought my house for my parents. I mean if worst came to worst, but just say don't do anything for a little bit. And you know, we'd get up later. Okay. Well, you've got a good education. You've got a good career field. You're you know, it's real steady real predictable environment in the middle of all this pain. And I think you can be the tortoise here and just treasure way through it. Which is sounds like just listening to your tone of voice and everything like your tendencies to do that. Yeah. Well, and you'll be fine doing that. But you always have that safety net that you can do this. I tell folks never cash out retirement to pay off debt because you're the penalty and the taxes in your situation. You would not have a penalty, you would only have the taxes and. Into my. It's called heritage IRA. It will be a regular IRA because it's it's a traditional now. Right. It's not a Roth now. No, I do have like from before we started doing this. I had a Roth IRA and traditional IRA that we're talking about of his was a traditional right one with his was in like, a it was in the state retirement system. It's it's not a Roth. No, it's just it. It was like a 4._0._1._K kind of situation. We do not wanna make these into roths today because that will all become taxable. When you do. Out. Just move them to do a direct transfer rollover into a traditional IRA in good mutual funds. Sit down with a Smartvestor pro. Click Smartvestor daveramsey dot.

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"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"The sixteen hundred dollars a month, you know, extra bedroom pad go with the studio live below your means would be my advice in I have that advice to give because I did the literal opposite. I spent my twenties early twenties extremely poor mostly borrowing money from my dad over and over to tra- most of which I never paid back to and he's aware of that just for the record. I would never rip my dad off. I I didn't know how to live. I didn't know how to handle money. I still don't really, but the point is really really really important that when you first graduate. You're careful, especially if you don't have the if you're not as fortunate as I was to have a dad who's willing to take phone calls like the one where you're like dad, I went to the bar, and I spent one hundred sixty dollars, and I can't pay rent. Now. A lot of people don't have that to fall back on. I did. Luckily, thank God in. Thank you, dad and mom, both of y'all loan me money more times than I can count. So my advice would be don't do that obvious. Don't you just putting way more pressure on yourself? Then you need to which is something that I'm used to been doing my whole life. But you shouldn't do that you'll end up with anxiety disorder like me live like, you're broke. Because you're probably going to be broke. Don't be afraid to take shitty. Shitty. Job people always say this like it's easy advice. I know it's the most easy. It's like the easy. Said than done. This is the best example of that ever. Don't be afraid to take shitty job or one that pays like ass. But you probably going to have to those facts. There's nothing wrong with taking shitty job and getting a paycheck miserably while you keep your eyes peeled for better opportunities. That's very likely the route that a lot of you're gonna have to take because it's not easy out here, regardless of how many people wanna painted up to be that way. It is not which is why you should be very very nice to your parents and your friends because you never know whether you're twenty two or forty two you never know what what point you're gonna need a little extra support. Whether that'd be a friend that you can ask. Hey, man. Can I stay with you for a couple of days or a parent? You can call and say I need to borrow some money or or whatever it may be and hopefully you maintain relationships. For the right reasons. Not so you can take advantage of people. I'm not saying, you know, keep your parents and friends close just so you can use them if you need them. I'm saying you keep them close for the right reasons out of the fucking goodness of your heart and the fat that you're good person. And then from there you get the benefits down the road. If you need them, which hopefully you won't because you're listening to the other advice, I give you all this new all of this a lot of this shit. You gotta learn on your own. That's just facts. But at least you'll have it in your head. So that when you find out on your own you can go. Yeah. I remember when that more on told me not to do this thing that I did anyway, and then him now suffering the consequences up. I do that every day with myself. There's not even a show that I'm listening to. It's just me and my own fuck and head. It's crazy. Another piece of advice would be to stop drinking like you were in college because you are not in college. It is going to hurt so bad a little worse. It hurts a little more. Every time you wake up hung over his fuck as an adult going to work hung over is hell did it for like. I don't know six years seven. I don't know. How long time don't do that don't do that? We just talked about. This is a very difficult phase because you're trans you're transitioning from one phase of life to another. So you need to hunker down and work hard, stay focused. Don't don't just go out and blackout every night. Like, you're still in college. You are not still in college. You are done adult..

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"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

09:26 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

"This is Josh jelenski the financial quarterback, and we're taking your calls. We've got Leslie from Seabright. Go ahead. Okay. Josh. I'm sixty two years old. I am not working at the moment. I get a survivor's benefit of five seventeen social security a month, a sixteen hundred dollar rental on a condo. Yo it's probably appraised around to seventy five three hundred. And I have a house I live in. It's probably worth around six fifty six seventy five in that ballpark. I'm trying to get some kind of financial goal of what I should do it. My age. Sure. So one of the things so what are you looking to do? What are your guns with all this? I. Well, I contemplated selling my house because I think it's probably worth a lot right now with the equity. Sure, maybe downsized because I'm single, but. Exactly sure where else to go. I do have some money in my savings. Not a whole lot that I do use to kind of supplement my bills because I am a little bit maxed out. Okay. So it sounds like you have a cash flow problem. You know, part of their five dimensions of financial planning. Number one protection. We we mentioned that earlier number two savings number three growth number four, cash flow and number five debt relief. So one of the things we would go through is the protection savings and growth blueprint. So first off you're single the avenue income. Well, my income is the rental from the condo. So that's it. And how old are you? I'm sixty two. Plus, I get survivors benefits of five hundred seventeen dollars a month. Right now, I'm not working. I'm not actively working at the moment. So you get five seventeen from social security when does that go up? Well, I in my age bracket, I think it would be around sixty six and a half is when I can claim on my own says my ex husband ex husband. Okay, warm sorry for your loss. So we would know. Okay. Okay. That's another show. So we got sixty two oh, four a year from social security and rental income. Sixteen hundred a month in rental. Okay. I'm doing all the math here. Sixteen hundred a month. In rental is that your net income or your gross? Well, that's that's my monthly rental. But then I do have to pay maintenance as I do have to pay taxes on the condo. So see that's a critical component income nineteen thousand two hundred. Now, your income is not. Less. I'm not even counting debris. I mean. That's a great benefit of real estate. Right. So if you could get five or seven percent on an investment or five or seven percent on real estate real estate wins. If all things are equal because of the tax benefit of depreciation. But still you really have to look of what are you netting? So nineteen thousand two hundred and how much you pay property taxes. Like, what are the costs? That are reduced bought. What what are what are what's reducing that nineteen grant thirty four hundred a year in taxes and three seventy seven a month in a maintenance. Fifteen thousand eight hundred and three seventy seven times twelve and you probably have other expenses that you don't even count. Right. I mean, it's pretty self sustaining. I mean, they they're very good the association. So you don't have any other costs not really, and you said three seventy seven a month times twelve that's forty five twenty four. Okay. So you're paying about a let your netting about eleven thousand three hundred now what would you be able to sell that place for? I about between two hundred and seventy five three hundred. That ballpark could be a little more. A little more not much do you? Enjoy this property or sits ferquently investment investment. Okay. So there's no mortgage on it. So basically, if you're netting about eleven thousand three hundred and you could sell it for three hundred he got emissions and everything to right. So let's say it's two seventy five or something. So. You would have to beat it. Now. Would you need the income or could you let this grow? Oh, I need the income. So I've been depending on this income, you know, as torrential. Yes. So you're getting about a four point one percent yield from the real estate, which isn't that? Great. So I would certainly shop around different income oriented programs were you could make more than four point one percent as the eel if you can't make more you don't sell the house. So we play a game we shop around different products for you. So in a lot of ways rental income is like an annuity for you right or a dividend on a star. Right. And so you might be conservative. So you may want to go with a no load in a fixed annuity or something that pays you five percent yield or something instead of the four point one with headaches from your tenants. You may say I want five percent yields on my stock and hope for more capital appreciation, or you may say I want to keep the real estate, you know, they're all viable options. That's why the the wealth blueprint so important. You're certainly not killing it in the in the real estate market, though. They're not. Now. I mean, if you were making thirty grand a year or twenty five grand a year I'd say net of expenses. I'd say keep the property. But it seems like, you know, you're only making about four to four point one percent. And. There's other now do you own another home or that your home? Yes, I own I own a home in the same town that I live in and that's worth around between price just under seven hundred thousand. But have you thought about sterling that and moving in the three hundred thousand then you'd have a lot of money cleared that you could invest question. I would then lose that rental income that I'm depending on if I sold this house, and I would then I guess you could invest the seven hundred do you have any debt against the seven hundred now. So you'd clear seven hundred you'd probably net you'd probably gross about three twenty seven hundred about three grand a month. From doing that. If I invested in in if you invested the Seabright home, but lived in then the smaller home, you could do that. Then you're then you're much that might be much better of an where would you suggest I invest the money? And what would we have to get to know you well enough to figure out what can appropriate investment style for you? Okay. We have a wealth blueprint tool that will, you know, everybody's different right? I have some people they like stocks. I've some people they like funds. I have some people they like annuities have some people eight news, some people like insurance products for some people like, you know, bonds you you have to figure out what is your DNA as an investment that makes sense. Yeah. Too many times people. This is a good tip. You know, too many times people say, well, I'm not gonna do this. Because some guy on the radio or TV said it was bad. That's very foolish. And I'm on the radio you wanna come in. This is your whole life savings. You don't want to make a bad decision. Right. So if you think about it, right? If you if you kept your house at seven hundred grand. You would have all these expenses that as your aging three hundred grand? You said you're from Seabright rates. She probably liked the beach. You know, you probably like being in that community, I'm assuming so why move out stay with the house you already own and then sell the bigger house. It seems bigger, you know, maybe you don't even need. And now,.

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"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"And here's some pictures that's far higher. She walked into that phone. Look despise rack is planned on the ground. They just failed down she laying next to it. She clearly knocked that watermelon down the trash is on its side. What the fuck and then down here chiefly the down coffee table over does a box on the floor does debris underneath account, and then as a fucking open pint of ice cream sitting on the couch. Dan, ain't cleaning shit. Yeah. Oh, yeah. I'll be somebody get this Beal all right last Dory. Let me go to the bonus round. And. Doubled up and. That's why would opponents double the rice in a bonus round against to. Right. So far Karen is one in one. Let's see how she finishes. All right. Woman who ordered more than sixteen hundred dollars of girl scout cookies for her daughter's troop is arrested white all right cares. Go on with white. At woman from Ohio has been caught with our hand in a cookie jar literally Noel Hines thirty one allegedly accepted a large order girl scout cookies to sell for her daughter's girl scout troop in March. But when it came time for the Bill to be play pay the girl scouts of western Ohio client, they never see the payment girl scout officials said police air police say that they they tried to contact on several times over period of six months, but there were never successful reach iron order to retreat a six hundred dollars day. Eight. Fairly all the Moen's out of ten minutes. She's an evil person. Apparently, it's real cookie monster..

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"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Of tire discounters. She's going to spend the rest of his life in prison for peddling a deadly drug Forty-one-year-old, Johnny Shelton censor life over the death of an inmate at the Boone county jail who done car, Fenton Shelton was convicted of smuggling that drug into the jail. Car knows powerful opiates used on large animals. It's ten times more potent than morphine. Most college hill woman is free on bond if she was arrested for stealing money. Daughter's girl scout troop police say thirty one year old Noel Hines took more than sixteen hundred dollars. Raise for the sale of girl scout cookies, they'll let people camp out to sign up their children any longer instead since I public schools have gone to a lottery to get into their popular. Magnet programs in round one of sign ups for those programs is now underway. It will continue through December fourteenth applications to be submitted on line. Parents we notified in January if the child's been accepted into the program, he said, there'd be changes after the midterms and President Trump is wasting no time with a shakeup of his cabinet. General. Jeff Sessions is out. Lawmakers are concerned about how this might affect special counsel, Jill investigating election tampering. Republicans at least voicing concern. Look, you have, you know, incoming Utah Senator Mitt Romney stressing in a tweet that the Muller investigation needs to be allowed to be proceeded unimpeded, and you have had you know, as there's been concerns that the president could take this step. There have been a lot of Republicans who have drawn, you know, some red lines saying that that Muller needs to be allowed to do his work here without the Trump administration getting his way the question is now whether they're going to take any action to try and make that actually come to fruition. State spoil the reopening of fifth third arena that you see last night buckeyes beat the Bearcats in the home opener the college basketball season more coming up. In sports at five forty rain in your forecast. It it might might.

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"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Like because what you want, like the person you want representing you right now is somebody with experience before the Senate Judiciary committee right there. They're a handful of those folks go out, get Ted Olson to represent charges, like sixteen hundred dollars an hour, but like take some pro Bono que get somebody who has been there who can steer you through this process. Don't don't get a trial lawyer Alec. And again, you know, we've been through it right, like he's done some smart stuffy, smart guy, right? I'm a smart guy, but like you know, get get get somebody with relevant experience in in the area where in more higher. Andrew, I'm gonna go. I'm gonna say higher Indra. That'd be. That'd be a huge boon to the show. Definitely. We could for the show, maybe not great for the future of our country, but you know, we'll out. Okay. I care about. There we go. Thomas is a, I'm not. I'm not a Bard attorney like some of us. I don't have ethics to, you know, whatever. I, what am I care about my show? That's that's what I care about. Okay. Well, that's, that's naughty. Yeah, I will see. So I guess my question about that then is, are they nobody's testifying right? There aren't letting anybody from this batch of allegations testify, not so far as we know as of as of this recording, the only folks who were scheduled to testify are Dr Ford and the recall of Br Cavanaugh, and then the vote is scheduled for Friday. So that's another thing to keep your eyes open. I don't know that I would intimidate that that's going to change. They're just gonna muscle. The stamp thing through they're gonna aren't, aren't they going to do exactly what they did with Anita hill? Just, you know, look him come on after all this is I am insulted, can't believe. Even acknowledged and then all the, I can't believe we even acknowledged this and then all the Republicans will just say up good enough for me. And then you know, I mean to two things, right? So look, I certainly think that's the tempted playbook. But you know, number one. We don't know what Dr Ford's testimony will be. And, and number two, you know, remember how we started the episode. Clarence Thomas was widely believed in a in a different time at the conclusion of those hearings and and cavenaugh is not widely believed at the moment. And I think with, you know, with really good reasons. So I still think I agree with you, right? This is the show is a big rain cloud, and I agree that that that's still the most likely outcome, but but but I don't know that it has to follow the same course. So we'll all be watching with the same level of interest as everybody listening to the show. Yeah, you had to schedule a really cool debate for right when this was happening, didn't you? Couldn't you have foreseen. Andrew is wrong. Everybody in his scheduling. Nah, I'm just kidding. All right. Finally, I guess final bullet point enter always takes you a law. Longtime, get these bullet points, but it's all good info. What about Feinstein in in her approach here of trying to slow it down? Yeah, no, that just just worth noting and I'm gonna Lincoln. The show notes that that Dianne Feinstein has sent a letter essentially saying that we should put the Cavanaugh hearings on hold. It's how I wanted to wrap up this segment because it it brings us full circle back to two point number one to remember that. You know, that's that's what the opposition is asking for at this point, right? Not a vote against Cavanaugh, nod of all. All we're asking for at this point is, hey, let's slow things down. Let's get all the documents out. Let's conduct an investigation. Let's figure out if this is true or not. What's? What's the hurry? What's the rush? Let's do are constitutionally mandated job. So you know, and and the question is, is that is that enough to shake to Republican Senate. Ters loose right now. I'd bet against it, but the, you know, it doesn't have to be. Yeah, I think they re. Yeah. All right. While I won't. As much. I mean, there's there are just is they have this worldview. These Republicans seem to have a world view and a lot of people that were giving me push back on my I o last week..

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Facebook Dive Sparks Investor Calls to Loosen Zuckerberg's Grip

Rush Limbaugh

02:44 min | 2 years ago

Facebook Dive Sparks Investor Calls to Loosen Zuckerberg's Grip

"Is shutting down WBZ's Bernice Corpuz is in revere Rodolfo Rivera worked with Neko for twenty four years he has, earned four weeks of paid vacation but he hasn't taken any time off this year it was expected to get paid for the unused. Time but he says his last paycheck is a thousand dollars latte A Sikh handed Lola I don't know what is the. Six hundred four week four week. S. sixteen hundred dollars no Sikander Figueroa who heads. The workers union says the group will work with lawyers to make sure every. Worker gets every penny they earned contract after you. Work eleven hundred hours you are your vacation, mean if we don't if we're not making any until January I it's not a fault. That's their fault saw so they have to, pay, for in revere Bernice Corpuz WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. WBZ news time one oh one President Trump is praising the newest, numbers on the economy saying the US is the economic envy of the entire world data shows the GDP surged in the april-to-june quarter to an annual growth. Rate of four point one percent Mr. Trump came out to the south lawn of the White House today to predict that the numbers will get even better as. He negotiates trade deals I happen to think we're going to do extraordinarily well in our, next report next quarter. Be It's going. To be outstanding I won't go. Too strong because then if it's not quite as. Good you will not let me forget it but I think the numbers are. Going to be outstanding the president also thanked North. Korean leader Kim Jong Hoon for fulfilling a, promise to return the remains of missing US soldiers from the Korean war well it hasn't. Been a great week for Facebook and its, chairman, Mark Zuckerberg the company stock is tanking and Zuckerman. Loss, more than one hundred billion dollars in just twenty four hours, and now as we hear from ABC's Eva pilgrim his job could be in jeopardy some investors are calling for Zuckerberg to be removed as chairman citing concerns. That he will too much power and answers only to himself now reverb who was previously number four on Forbes list of billionaires personally lost more than fifteen billion. In stock on Thursday that drops him down to number six and Twitter is also having, its Own troubles it stock has dropped following reports of weak growth from new. Users WBZ news time one three That. Means it's. Time for traffic? And weather together the. Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic. On the threes Jim Ryan how's it looking not good at all start. Off with multiple crashes out.

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"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"You sixteen hundred dollars worth of anything other than a hard time right but yeah i mean i may gary left twice today and then they were they were telling me you know we'll be reporting on suicide and they said alaska ask everybody's committing suicide alaska i said alaska of all places and then i made you know was not funny i mean nothing i have gallows humor i do nobody gets hurt sense of humor dog you know that right and when i was when i was when i was very sick and going through treatment and i was so sick i had this dark sense of humor and my daughter would get so upset with me i would you know make references to death in a humorous way she chew would get mad at me i don't know what's the matter with me some of my head just how i'm wired in there in some dark moments and believe you me there are many people listening and watching the show that are that are really struggling physically and mentally and i'll just say one final thing about it you should not feel ashamed for being depressed or anxious you should not those are two risk factors for suicide depression and anxiety no shame in being depressed my mother suffered with depression her whole life and she was one of the most optimistic people i've ever known she always found a way you can do this you should no more be ashamed of being depressed and having a migraine you should not but we have stigmatize in our culture mental illness as something you know that we keep secret and we have to just stop doing that that's all i'll say about the suicide hotline number one eight hundred two seven three eight two six eight two two five five that's one eight hundred two seven three eight two five.

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St. Paul agrees to $33K settlement after TV anchor’s lawsuit said officers snooped in her driver’s license data – Twin Cities

Ron and Don Show

01:53 min | 2 years ago

St. Paul agrees to $33K settlement after TV anchor’s lawsuit said officers snooped in her driver’s license data – Twin Cities

"Search continues for a fifteen year old bonney lake girl who police say was kidnapped by a sex offender earlier this month we are under the belief that you know she could be anywhere at this point so you know anywhere that something comes in you know where we take that to heart and are willing to to look into it lily kristoffersen's family is offering a five thousand dollar reward meantime a convicted sex offender and his girlfriend have been charged with rape and kidnapping in connection with lilies disappearance and bonney lake police tell kiro seven they've just made a third arrest in this case we'll have more on the story next on the ron and don show a bizarre robbery in seattle last night that involved a gun a machete end a big traffic mass three men and a woman accused of stealing a sixteen hundred dollar guitar from guitar center in south lake union then using two cars for their getaway from the suspects began chasing each other in the vehicle and caused a multi vehicle collision which came to a grinding halt in the wellknown on mercer traffic detective patrick michaud says the suspect started fighting with each other one grabbing a machete another grabbing a gun cops did eventually arrest three of them one man though is still on the run a week after a u dub student was bitten by one we're learning this has been a record month for rabid bats state has already found four bats that have tested positive for rabies the highest may count in twenty years and liz coleman with the state health department says it's just the beginning of the weather gets warmer that bad start to be more active come out people tend to also be outside and have more contact with them so yeah this is typically the time of year we see this up to a look at your forecast now overnight lows dropping into the low fifties four tonight friday will see mostly cloudy skies was chances of showers late into the afternoon have used spotty showers for saturday with a nice afternoon in store from the kiro seven pinpoint weather center in meteorologist clare andor sixty four degrees now in seattle i'm kim shepard from puyallup to pinehurst this.

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"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"Yesterday we find out that the north and south leaders held a secret meeting without telling anybody about it so maybe there will be a summit preparations along the gulf coast for the memorial weekend for a major storm alberto could bring heavy rain flash flooding gusty winds and tornadoes by kenyan sandbagging and tampa anticipating powerful winds lock it all down because anything that blows on high winds could be a missile states emergency this morning in alabama florida and mississippi and from possible tornadoes to volcano in hawaii hilo away continues to spew lava and noxious gas from multiple fissures away national guard major jeff hickman warns the situation around the lava flows can change quickly can just hear it crumbling and where you're standing you just look to the left and right no more houses huge change just in a matter of three or four eighty two homes and now been destroyed by the lava from the killer way of all keno in ireland voters have by an overwhelming majority repeal their country's constitutional abortion ban you're listening to abc news okay here's the big question with regard to any big decision is this going to work with you've heard about medishare brilliant way of sharing healthcare costs you may have wondered that yeah but does it actually work so did dr stewart hoover who initially joined a save a lot of money the typical family saves about five hundred dollars a month stewart saved even more but we i joined many share we were immediately going from a little over sixteen hundred dollars a month down.

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RED is partnering with Lucid to build an 8K 3D camera for the Hydrogen One phone

Daily Tech News Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

RED is partnering with Lucid to build an 8K 3D camera for the Hydrogen One phone

"On announced their jointly developed q elsie nand flash memories now available micron is now shipping it's fifty to ten i on series solid state drive based on kelsey the new flash memory stores four bits of data per memory cell providing a thirty three percent capacity boost over the three bit per cell tlc nand that's currently the ssd standard but with lower cost it also has lower right endurance and lower right performance micron is primarily marketing the fifty to ten i on ssd's as replacements for her drives google duplex the appointment maker got a lot of people talking after it was debuted at ao but it turns out microsoft has a similar product it's been testing in china at an ai event in london ceo sautin adela showed off show ice about that has five hundred million friends and more than sixteen channels for chinese users to interact via we chat and other messengers now della says quote one of the things we started doing earlier this year having full duplex conversations show is can be conversing with you and we chat and stop and call you then you can just talk using voice by the way full duplex means a conversation where both participants can speak at the same time if you are wondering how google got that name red is partnering with vr camera maker lucid on an eight k three d pro sumer camera that will work with the upcoming hydrogen one smartphone the device has to sink four k cameras that capture and convert video and images to eight k four v or dot h v files those can then be displayed in three d on the hydrogen ones holographic display and later uploaded to youtube or facebook or red zone content hub the hydrogen one will come in aluminum for twelve hundred dollars titanium for sixteen hundred dollars set to arrive the summer at verizon and at and t or directly from red sources tell the wall street journal and reuters that the us may be near a deal to lift its ban on us firms supplying parts z t e c t was given a sevenyear ban back in april that had essentially ruined perations the new deal could include china removing tariffs on.

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"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Reports the air and deadline for nuke deal i'm evan haning in hawaii the killer way of volcano continues to erupt meteorologist jennifer gray says more than seventeen hundred people have been evacuated because of danger from molten lava and from the air the poisonous gases that are rising from those fissures extremely dangerous levels of sulfur dioxide grey says they don't know enough about killer way to predict what illu next despite its having been around a long time that's been constantly erupting since nineteen eighty three and one of the most significant ones in recent history is december twenty twelve when that eruption destroyed two hundred fourteen structures and buried roads under fifteen feet of lava the deadline for recertifying the iran nuclear deal is coming around again and correspondent frederick pike and says this week president trump must decide if the us will stick to the agreement at signed or pull out the iranians have already come out in the form of the president hostile rohani and said if the us leaves the iran nuclear it would be what they call a historic mistake and they say iran is preparing for it they say there's not going to be ending a goshi gatien's about any weapons that the iranians might have we'll the midterm elections aren't until november but sixteen primaries will be held tomorrow this morning president trump is tweeting about one in west virginia and urging republicans not to vote for gop candidate who is gaining in the polls the president says don blankenship cannot win in november blankenship ran the company that violated federal safety regulations and served a year in prison after a mine explosion that killed twenty nine people the first lady will speak in the rose garden today after more than a year as first lady melania trump will introduce her first lady initiatives with the white house speech correspondent stephanie shelton reports that since september of last year the first lady has said she planned to focus our efforts on the wellbeing of children she has not yet defined what that will involve that will be the message today i'm evan haning okay so the big question for any decision you're gonna make is this actually going to work well if you've heard about medishare which is brilliant way of sharing healthcare costs he may have wondered that does it work well so did dr stewart hoover who initially joined a save a lot of money the typical family saves about five hundred dollars a month stewart saved even more we i joined many share we were immediately going from a little over sixteen hundred dollars a month down to four.

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"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"If it was a sixteen hundred dollars stock means it be up forty and then you've got other things like let's see service now is five bucks grub hub five bucks adobe four biomed eight am l holdings they report tomorrow six align tech seven intuitive surgical seventeen up again the aftermarkets flunk three square two oh google up thirty three that's been week by the way cool went right down to the two hundred day moving average nvidia six some of the weaker named shop a fine nine lending tree seven their way down by the way that was the story today now i get asked to why do you think that happened the only guests i could give you is net flicks is kinda sorta beta name when they saw that up on earnings they use them too but we don't care why we want to give you the outcome at the close today the nasdaq a pop that's head back above the fifty day moving average remember the nasdaq states stronger than everything else back above the fifty volume was little better than normal today the s and p five hundred finish back above the fifty day to day bias mitch the dow finished above the fifty day by switch the nyse the same the nasdaq one hundred per se now why is the fifty day moving average so important let me let me give you the easy way to think about it when you're underneath it nothing good can happen doesn't mean you plunge doesn't mean you're gonna crash you can hang around below it in between the fifty in the two hundred eight which by the way is exactly what we've been doing but nothing good can happen above the fifty doesn't mean goods gonna happen it means the potential for good is going to happen now as we move above that area right now there's still plenty of resistance overhead from the highest where we are and we're just back into the middle of the range but while we've gotten back into the middle of the range there's some leadership now finally and you find that on the new highlights the other thing i am finding today and i really haven't started scanning is because of this move it's sets up stocks better to potentially come out of these rangebound moves at bump to the upside and breakouts it gives it here's the good line it gives it.

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"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on College Info Geek

College Info Geek

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on College Info Geek

"Hundreds of tenants so if they for some reason need to fix a whole from a meteor in the roof they can spread that cost out amongst many many tenants and they probably have a whole fund of money saved up for that in fact this does building is owned by the biggest apartment company in the entire sunshine quite the fund so i'm sure they have yeah they have a lot of funds and a lot of insurance built up to deal with things like that it's spread the cost around if you own a house that roof is yours to deal with so you got to save some money for that so do your research on all of the expenses that are going to be involved with building a house and keep in mind that a lot of people once they get their own place they start getting all these ideas of improvements they wanna make that costs money so you know if you're paying sixteen hundred bucks a month in rent don't go get yourself a sixteen hundred dollars per month mortgage because you're gonna be paying more than that yeah the other thing want to talk about briefly we will cover this more in detail in a future episode once we can crossed this bridge but there are first time home buyer programs and these are created by state governments with the express intent to help people who are younger own homes so normally as we said earlier there's this whole twenty percent down payment requirement but you can actually pay less than twenty percent the downside to paying less than twenty percent is you also have to pay something called private mortgage insurance and this is basically insurance that the lender requires you have just in case you say pay three percent down on a house which could be like five thousand bucks and then decide i don't wanna work anymore and then your lenders stuck with that that you know piece of property hasn't paid off.

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"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on WDRC

"Dollars to over sixteen hundred dollars per animal i don't think i can handle that because i i like talk to my door i would probably talked to the to the freeze dried teddy i wrote a book about teddy called teddy antiitalian me subtitle is confessions of a service human i heard it went out a paperback i didn't even know about that that that's by memorial to teddy i mean when he goes onto his whatever we go onto where animals go onto i don't intend to freeze dry am i got a site picked out from up on the hill i ask you it's ghoulish or across the duta i'm not gonna let them barnum and the a give me back ashes of the box i have the first one in a little box i i know a guy alan many boxes on his mantle of all as pat's i thought i was i dunno weird then once i went to look at a house natural i was quite a little ten years ago somewhere here in the area where i live it was like a couple acres and it was a house that had been a former hunting lodge and in the back of it there was a pet cemetery was quite interesting you know that like i'm going to make him name alice nineteen await to 1911 she jumped like no other you know like one of those it was amazing to be in that pet cemetery so i got the idea to create a pet cemetery i dunno i know i'm just talk in here i politics are dead i'm not too marking about roy moore i'm not talking about donald trump i'm not talking about iis seoul's burger i'm not talking about murdoch oor i'm trying to have a t free day is it is it considered disloyal not to say the word trump once in three hours i wonder if this a for that's in the loyalty oath you have to say it at least once in three hours and show outraged that the government is going after him and his family you have to get you have to show a certain degree of outrage to be invited for a visit it's not my job my job is to be a.

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"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Sixteen hundred dollars so uh more families would be eligible as well the singleparents making up to one hundred and fifteen thousand would be eligible up from seventy five thousand dollars today that's an nice yeah so also couples could earn up to two hundred thirty thousand and sylvia eligible up from one hundred and ten thousand will begin yeah so the the plan also adds a three hundred dollar credit for dependents who aren't children such as parents are elderly family members no career rivers brotherinlaw so that i mean he could that could definitely help out a lot of family yeah i would think so if you review rare helping out a parody you go to pierrelouis with your review you who's retired on a lovely thing for a child to do i murder well never mind what about the alternative minimum tax i've never really quite understood that right so the the republican plan would repeal the alternative minimum tax which is expected to affect about four point five million families in two thousand seven ritual what is radio alternative minimum tax well basically requires people who filed a taxes with several deductions to calculate their taxes twice once on her standard 1040 rules in once under the alternative minimum tax rules which allows fewer exemptions and adoption so the feyler would then have to pay higher amount thursday and that's that's the way it's going to be there right okay it is as effective afford a half million families why is that what are you do well i mean the the alternative minimum tax that's really in two thousand seventeen that's that's who's going to affect the four point five million here families but it's basically just requiring people feyler taxes with several deductions calculate their taxes why so that can affect alofi pay the higher amount zoom is you got bigger government after all what about this is this is a noise to get a liar us in a water for contention shown that is the estate tax because the democrats are going to say that this is just a a gift to the rich reporters organizations diverted there heavy fighting was going to have their own opinion about an and the plan called a what is the estate tax now well the plan is is calling for an eventual appeal of the estate tax by phasing it out over the next six years to these taxes often called the data rights are just as.

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"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To sixteen hundred dollars and there'll be a big benefit for parents for five years families would be able to write off three hundred dollars per parent and for businesses for businesses were looking at a big corporate rate cut it's the thing that are republicans had been promising for a long time will drive growth so the top rate that companies pain alice 35 percent republicans want to cut it down to twenty they also want to cut rate for small businesses okay so a lot of cuts for individuals and for businesses at the same time a lot of very popular tax breaks would be eliminated under this plan and in the past that is what has often killed tax overhaul proposals what do you expect to be controversial on this well yeah already we're seeing that plans to cap the mortgage interest deduction had been really controversial among republicans they're worried that the plan which would make it so that you could only deduct is up to five hundred thousand dollars would mean that families middleclass families in cities and suburbs and high cost areas wouldn't be able to take advantage of some i think that's really popular funding that was created with the expressed intent of making it easier for people to buy homes groups out there like homebuilders' and realtors say that they worry that it will make it harder for homeownership to be part of the middle class stream many republicans had not actually seen the bill until today what kind of reactionary hearing from we heard a pretty next kind of reaction a lot of people on the surface are saying this is great were really excited to finally be looking at attack spell there are some though who worried that their constituents are the ones who would pay more because of the mortgage interest deduction or because they lose other breaks that.

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"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"sixteen hundred dollars" Discussed on WTMA

"To the tune of about sixteen hundred dollars adams is charged with exploitation of vulnerable adult investigation into what hat was happening in the evans way home began last month the daughter is in the county jail while well the mom is now in emergency protective custody colony county sheriff's office has arrested a cottage veil man 36yearold ricky devan edwards junior stands charged with sexually assaulting a minor during hurricane matthew last october the arrest came following a lengthy investigation that allegedly involved a series of incidents involving edwards and the minor the suspect is in the colony county jail one of the traffic alerts yesterday you heard here on wtma was that a water main rupture promoted the collapse of the roadway were rutledge jeb you feigned streets then came the news portion of that story as bones were found at the scene charleston police department reported that it was not certain if these were human remains or perhaps animal remains the county coroner's office though is working to make that determination business has never been better at charleston international airport and the latest numbers prove it passenger travelling has been only eight degrees of charleston international for much of the last decade even as the airport under a transportation terminal redevelopment that was completed last october last year charleston it said its fifth consecutive record with three point seven billion passengers in the first six months of this year we welcome nearly two million people at the charleston international airport where businesses booming i'm for its story troll fifty tma total days quite a week for scana the paran come any of sc ian g monday it insent he cuper decided to walk away from the incomplete vc summer nuclear power plant fairfield county it had years more construction to complete at a cost of billions and billions of dollars just to that point but due to cost overruns and other complications the project was abandoned scana today released its secondquarter earnings they amount to one hundred twenty one million dollars earlier this week utility officials said essy end customers though would have to continue to be charged four that abandoned plant for the next several decades meanwhile on another fr the abandonment of the nuclear plant is put thousands of construction workers in the.

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