21 Burst results for "Sixty Eight Million Dollars"

"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

04:44 min | 8 months ago

"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"I mean he doesn't you know. Did he analyze. What's happening in mexico. Does he understand what the drug cartels actually do. I will tell you. I don't believe he does but somebody basically convinced him to basically open the border. So who's defending that. Who thinks this is a good idea. I haven't heard too many of you know. But actually i'm a you know. Joe biden actually pointed comma harris. She's never even been to the border. Now she's saying no. I'm i'm supposed to study the origins of why people want to come to america. And i'm like well look at the conditions in central america and some parts of mexico. It's not that hard to figure out. Anyway let me get one more in on that you bet so. It's so absurd because next week. The vice president's going to a lot of malla and to mexico and you took me for a long time. I covered the war now. Salvador and i've been to all of the central american countries with the exception of nicaragua. Haven't been there. I was in the border. I saw it. But i didn't go in there because the sandinistas would have killed me but Harris is gonna but you know what she's going he'd promising them sixty eight million dollars. Sixty eight million dollars bribe. Please don't come. Please tell your people not to come you legally and we know that blackmail and bribes. It didn't work with with kim jong. Il kim jong un's father and bill clinton you know on on the nuclear deal is still got nuclear weapons. It didn't work. Bribing the iranian mollahs. It's not gonna work here. I do have a specific question though for you. We now in. This country have apologised for the terrorist group. Hamas we now in. This country have apologised for the communist chinese. And i'm getting really really concerned. Especially this unholy. Alliance citizen merged with china and russia providing arms to iran that they are then shipping to yemen to fight their proxy war in the in the rest of the middle east on question..

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Iowa State's Coach Matt Campbell Turned Down 8-Year Deal From Detroit Lions

The Paul Finebaum Show

00:19 sec | 8 months ago

Iowa State's Coach Matt Campbell Turned Down 8-Year Deal From Detroit Lions

"This came out today from usa. Today matt campbell over the top college coaches. He turned down an eight year. Sixty eight million dollar deal. Do the math figure it out to become the coach of the detroit. Lions stay at iowa state. Why does that sound crazy to

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"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"One hundred sixty eight million dollars since its inception in nineteen seventy three for USA radio news I'm John hunt remember in the beginning when you first started to build a life for you and your family you're never imagined it would come to this instead of living your dreams your living with dad in fact it's smothering you now there's a way you can take back control with one simple call if you owe ten thousand dollars or more in credit card debt you qualify to receive a free no obligation consultation on how to get rid of that debt for good call the desk helpline now we work on your behalf to reduce your debt we specialize in credit cards retail store cards and medical bills one simple call is all it takes to get the ball rolling to a debt free life stop living with debt and start living your dreams call that does help line now eight hundred six four eight nine one seven to eight hundred six four eight nine one seven to eight hundred six four eight nine one seven two that's eight hundred six four eight ninety one seventy two this is the big biz show what's so funny about investing money you ask top rated insightful financial analysis if you're looking for insightful financial perspective on key.

"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"On the go the climbing number it's clear with a beautiful sunrise out there but it's pulled three degrees downtown I'm Kerr Darling for the same company here's what's trending at seven thirty one a month and a half into twenty nineteen twenty four people have now been murdered in the capital city numbers very very disappointing I think there's a lot of different factors that may be leading to this number I am P. D. officer Aaron hammer who has had a busy night two people shot one of whom is dead the first person was shot along Sherman near Washington Street they later died at the hospital the other person shot hours later about a mile away from where that first shooting happened that second person is stable at the hospital and now just getting word in that a third the shooting has happened about an hour ago along hemlock Avenue just south of the fairgrounds democratic presidential candidate Pete booted judges the target of a fake news story claiming that he was arrested as a teenager for killing dogs the Twitter user who came up with the bogus story in the newspaper that published it both say that the story is fake and the person who shared on their Twitter has also said that it was fake and it was also supposed to be a joke she beat up a student and now a special needs teacher at a southwestern high school in Jefferson County has been arrested for in Davis is accused of head butting a fourteen year old student on December sixteenth that same day investigators say Davis pulled the student on to the cafeteria floor after food was spilled Davis faces charges of battery and the neglect of a dependent actually found the reporting a young man charged with the murder of an R. U. school of medicine faculty member wants to back out of his agreement to plead guilty to von seats was supposed to be sentenced Thursday now a hearing on his request is set for February twenty seventh Dr Kevin Rogers was shot during the burglary at his home in Indianapolis in twenty seventeen legislators are seething hafter over a state audit accusing to virtual schools of cheating the state ever out of about sixty eight million dollars the charters were for those schools were issued by Daleville schools ended up part of education both of whom are responsible for the oversight says Indiana house speaker Brian Boswell we is supposed to be in the oversight role here and confirming a specially ATM counts very difficult for the legislature to individually confirm AT accounts that's when we have the DOE and and also the authorized or so that's I think that's where the problem of the virtual schools in question claimed credit for nearly eight thousand phantom students in their final two years of operation you might have seen the ads on Facebook asking for money for the movie Mayberry manner Chris Davis reports on why a man who lives in Indiana wants you to get to the car will be funding the.

"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"In more than sixty eight million dollars the band formed thirty eight years ago has been touring ever since next up hip hop artist did he followed by Drake the two earned more than seventy million dollars each beyond say tied with her husband Jay Z. the power couple earned eighty one million for a successful concert tour above all timers making the top five the eagles and Elton John both acts took in a hundred million dollars this year John had a major payday for his successful motion picture rocket man as well his musician edge sure and earned a hundred and ten million singer how to roll is Eddie on HBO's game of thrones but the cameos hated by his fans and he was ultimately killed by dragon fire forgot Kanye west and number two the rapper taking in more than a hundred and fifty million in two thousand nineteen through his clothing line ticket sales a recent gospel album Jesus is king top spot goes to Taylor swift the pop star earning a hundred eighty five million in the last twelve months from a new record deal and sold out tour but here's something you might not know miss swift is currently in a legal battle with her old label on whether she can actually perform her own songs on stage sars Hitler's is no longer under her control belongs to another music executive so swift can actually get sued for singing the songs that made her famous back after this did you know just one relatively high balance on a credit card can negatively affect your credit score it's true it's also true that your score drops faster as you dead continues to climb so what I make today the day you do something about it get out.

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"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Yeah I'm looking at photograph of the lan musk's cyber truck it looks like something out of the future of like a sci fi movie kind of thing I don't know if I'd say it's real attractive or not but so and TMZ has the story apparently were unveiling of the vehicle turned out to be kind of a screw up okay reversal of fortune Thursday night unveiling the cyber truck at the SpaceX headquarters in California our E. lawn muscular head he's build his latest creation is indestructible first the wild the crowd by taking a sledge hammer to the truck's door and appear to be no in suing damage then the chief designer took a metal ball and through it one of the trucks windows in the windows shattered and then how did to beat it all he tried it again with even less force and the same result so that you're not you got like two shattered windows on is indestructible truck yeah they say almost immediately I don't Ilan mosque the headline E. lawn musk's net worth plummets five seven hundred sixty eight million dollars after that cyber truck fiasco all right as for E. lan fear not even with that here it is estimated worth is twenty three point six billion dollars but what's interesting there's there there are forty other people in the world that are richer than that now they just introduced the vehicle even with that fiasco of a rollout they say the cyber truck is captured a lot of internet attention E. lawn tweeted out on Saturday that one hundred forty six thousand orders for the futuristic vehicle are already place just two days after he unveiled he also emphasized that people that are pre ordering seem to be going for the more expensive options forty one percent of the orders are for the triple motor all wheel drive that starts at sixty nine nine as opposed to the single motor rear wheel drive that starts at thirty nine nine he also tweeted the company has taken out a quote no advertise here or knoll paid endorsement now pre orders only cost you a hundred Bucks so it's a lot cheaper today for someone to express interest in the truck verse is actually paying for one and it'll take years for the truck to get into people's hands production doesn't start till twenty twenty one and the the tri motor all wheel drive version doesn't start to a year after that twenty twenty two but the electric pickup prompted corners of the NRO Gil internet this week to make up all kind of funny memes over the appearance that the angular style compared to everything from a door stop or an old apple mouse to a sponge Bob square pants character or or a triangle on wheels supposedly it's made from a newly developed stainless steel alloy the same metal used for the space act rockets that alloy enables the card to be literally bullet proof against at least small firearms like a nine millimeter handgun he says so that's for the they mentioned that he did the sledge hammer to the sides of the truck with no damage but the young breakable glass broke not once but twice was struck with the metal ball gotta get some out real unbreakable that maybe that was just the demo version right should have double checked with the the engineers do we have the bullet proof glass in this would apparently not all right welcome back knuckle duster thank you let me get back dial with no baloney here mixtapes summer you know he'd promised you to know that it did not file but you're still a bottle at a break back to this really is the biggest lad tail months they open that only direct that down I'll remember when I was a child I doubt map can with money punishment now it's like a mini vacation the day the world run database here is just too terrible to think about even that date blank big stupid but it can at least not hold the final wouldn't it yeah wouldn't it be great if we could put our sales in the dryer Virginia manage come out Rangel brie and Tory sizes smaller getting lucky ninety Walgren into a room and remembered why our mom Bologna burger the image so you jump those are good points to ponder eight simple truths.

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"On the Bubble" Oscar Contenders

The Big Picture

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"On the Bubble" Oscar Contenders

"Oscar season is getting a little narrow. They're just eighty two days between now and the Ninety Second Annual Academy Awards. Amanda how are you feeling about that. It's feeling very close. All of a sudden it's getting tight where the time went given the shortened season and we need to talk about some on the bubble double Oscar contenders. Are you ready to do that. Okay let's go to the big picture big picture in the big picture. Do you know what I mean. Okay Amanda on Friday. The Oscars announced their producers there to women who. I'm not terribly familiar with. We're going to talk about them very briefly there Stephanie Allen and Lynette Hal Taylor. They both worked in film and television over the years. They are unseen that award show production but they have a lot of experience in the field of managing talent. What do we think about the the addition Asian of these two women? Well managing talent is a major part of the actual awards show and also everything leading up to it if you conceive of the academy and the Oscars is just a bunch of egos in a room. People who have experienced that are worthwhile. I think it's also possibly to the Oscars benefit to have people who aren't Kinda in the machine. I mean yeah giving a fresh look. That was my reaction as well. First timers sometimes can be perilous but sometimes can bring something fresh. They'll have a couple of decisions in front of them particularly some things we've talked about in in the past whether there should be a host how long the show should be the way that the show is paced where musical performances go. How many montages? There are a lot of different things that go into making and constructing constructing an Oscars telecast will keep a very close watch on that and inside of that telecast. Maybe there will be some of these movies. We're GONNA talk about here. Maybe not the first movie we're GonNa talk about about opened on Friday. It's called four versus Ferrari. It had a very solid box office performance over the weekend made thirty one million dollars in America now. I don't want us to lose our heads about that because that actually if you look back at say this time last year fantastic beasts to open to about sixty eight million dollars And this time the year before. That movies like Thor Ragnarok dominating at the box office this is a significant step down even though thirty one million dollars ours is considered a success. Do you think it's box office is related at all to. It's award season strength. I think it has to be because we had talked a bit about Ford versus Ferrari in the sense of. It's coming a bit later in Oscar season and the reason that is on the bubble is because we have been talking about these news for a while. And I think you and I and in many Oscar prognosticators sense of not who the locks are kind of the front runners and there is not as much room room the closer you get to in a shortened aboard season as you as you mentioned for new big movies to elbow their way and so I think anything helps oops doing well at the box office especially. It's like a proportionate success it's a movie for adults and adults went to see it and it made like a solid amount of money and it seems like it's not going to be a disaster. Mr and everyone walked out and was like hey great movie remember when they made movies with movie stars so I think that it couldn't have gotten a best picture nominee money without this success. If it had bombed it would have been difficult for it to pull up. Yeah I'm curious. I'm really curious about this. I honestly have no idea. It does seem like it's doing doing well with older viewers and and as we know the academy for all of its efforts is older. It's mature immature group of voter. I truly maybe not in their decision making but just the linear chronology and the other thing about it is that it's very male the academies the academy Um you still sixty eight percent men and this is a movie about men and dying masculinity and it's not an assault on that idea. It's nostalgic check about that idea and so I can certainly see a world in which is an automated. It's funny that you characterize it the way you did because I agree with you that it has been kind of lagging behind the marriage. Stories reason the parasites and the once upon a time in Hollywood's in the Irishman's the sort of like Laki seeming movies that we've been talking about a lot but I feel like a movie like little women which the public is not gonna see for another another about six weeks somehow has more momentum than a movie like Ford Versus Ferrari even though it premiered back in telluride and this is a little bit about the bubble of love film discourse as well as the people who are tracking. This are allowed more excited about gut movie written directed by Greta. Gerwig starring Florence View and search Ronin and Timothy Charlemagne and a lot of internet younger friendly names and I think there is also the little women is geared towards women and there are a lot of women excited for this because we don't get that many movies which were going to have to talk more about in this episode later on and I'm really upset but I kind of think that because Ford is like the stately. 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"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"Statement Boeing says not only does it expect the FAA to recertify the Max in mid December but that it's possible Max deliveries to airline customers could also resume in December the statement comes just days after both American and south Wester lines announced their Max planes would not fly again until March meantime questions continue to swirl around whether Boeing has properly documented it's Max software upgrades Boeing statement does not address that flap except to say it is providing regulators with detailed documentation at each step of the process Corwin Heiko more news once again surgeries are being canceled at Seattle children's because of air quality concerns tests over the weekend reveal Aspergillus mold which is common they can be potentially risky for surgical patients over the summer C. L. children's had to shut down all operating rooms for the same old concerns and families whose children had surgery in the weeks leading up were notified to watch for signs of possible infection is chief medical officer Dr mark double Carl Weekes told them back in may if they were in the period of rest so we already have told them and we are constantly available and have been answering questions if they have specific questions about their case now they're still performing emergency surgeries in the unaffected operating rooms that have advanced in room filtration but there is a plan to close all operating rooms at some point this week for more testing Amazon and controversial director Woody Allen have reached a settlement over a failed movie deal Allen was suing the tech giant for sixty eight million dollars after it backed out of a film but now geek wire reports the two sides have reached an undisclosed settlement Amazon says it decided to terminate the deal over long time allegations of sexual misconduct and abuse against Alan the start of tolling in the highway.

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"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"Children's hospital because of air quality concerns tests over the weekend revealed Aspergillus mold which is common and can be potentially risky for surgical patients over the summer Seattle children shut down all operating rooms for the same old concerns and families whose children had surgery in the weeks leading up were notified to watch for signs of possible infection is chief medical officer Dr mark double Caro we used to hold them back in may if they were in the period of rest so we already have told them and we are constantly available and have been answering questions if they have specific questions about their case and they're still performing emergency emergency surgeries rather emergency surgeries in the unaffected operating rooms that have advanced in room filtration they plan to close all operating rooms at some point this week for more testing Amazon and controversial director Woody Allen have reached a settlement over a failed movie deal Allen was suing the tech giant for sixty eight million dollars after it backed out of the film but now geek wire reports the two sides have reached an undisclosed settlement Amazon says it decided to terminate the deal over long time allegations of sexual misconduct and abuse against Alan the start of tolling in highway ninety nine tunnel went as planned and state transportation officials say there were fewer cars in the tunnel for the first weekend couples right Herald Ryan Harris tells us the true test is still to come the state department of transportation so about thirty five percent fewer cars use the tunnel than they would on a Saturday or Sunday but the deal T. is quick to point out those typical weekend numbers are not for a holiday weekend washed out tolls director ed berry says they'll need some time before they can tell us how many cars are avoiding the tunnel and the toll it could take months before actually things stabilize as folks in drivers get used to driving a tunnel that we different changes that go on around the city differing projects that are happening on the waterfront it's Sattar us use the is the first non holiday week day commute but the Sounders victory parade throws a wrench in the works so we'll look to Wednesday for another test Seattle's transportation department will have officers directing traffic in some important intersections in king county metro expect to see a bump in ridership Ryan Harris como news for thirty four so well it's still out truck in shoreline north on I five one seventy fifth with a little longer big sticks on the backs of my can tell on the camera but it's off to the right shoulder however people are slowing down to look so it's going to be slow from about league city way up towards one seventy fifty expressing might save you a couple of minutes but you do have to merge back to the main line at Northgate if you're heading south on I. five that flow from Lake City way down into downtown Seattle crossing the lake I do not suggest west on five twenty we had earlier accident at the west of the bridge near Mont like it's clear but just left to pick back up from four or five all the way out to the water if you're on for all five in downtown bell B. that is slow right from five twenty pretty solidly all the way down to new castle that looks pretty good down towards south center if you're on I five slowing up south center hill then slow again from highway eighteen in federal way down to about fifty fourth and five and it looks like both directions of I. five intercom are pretty much between highway sixteen and about the TI don't we're going to be slow unix come more traffic is at four forty four today's forecast now from meteorologist Shannon o'donnell hi everybody it was a beauty of a veterans day around here nice for getting in the free national parks today at mount Ranier San Juan island national park it was pretty much sunny from start to finish and as we get nearer Tuesday things are going to slip.

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"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on KCRW

"Have some really really for background checks we don't want people that are mentally ill people that are are sick we don't want them having guns the president also said he spoke to the head of the national rifle association which is contributed millions of to trump and other Republicans assuring the chief executive of the gun lobby that the group's gun rights views would be represented and respected house speaker Nancy Pelosi said trump told her and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer that the president would review the house passed bill aimed at expanding federal background checks this comes less than a week after two mass shootings that left thirty one people dead on Wall Street the Dow closed down ninety points to end at twenty six thousand two hundred eighty seven this is NPR and this is Casey or W. it's a Friday August ninth good evening I'm Larry Pareil here is what's happening at six thirty two the trump administration has instructed companies not to warn customers about a product that potentially causes cancer among other things quite the state is marketed as a weed killer by Monsanto under the brand roundup movies aimed at California as it fights the maker of the product the EPA says it will no longer approved labels warning life deceit is known to cause cancer California requires warning labels on glyphosate products because the international agency for research on cancer has said it is quote probably carcinogenic the EPA on the other hand says the chemical poses no risk to the public health Monsanto has sued to block California's warning label requirements a federal judge blocked California from enforcing labels while the lawsuit continues about two hundred thousand music fans are descending on San Francisco's Golden Gate park for the outside lands festival the annual gathering today and this weekend features acts like Paul Simon Mavis staples and childish Gambino marijuana will be featured in an official capacity for the first time as well as KCRW's to replace our reports local officials are trying to reassure visitors when it comes to security the mass shootings in el Paso in Dayton and at the Gilroy garlic festival have put security front and center police are tight lipped about some of the precautions they're taking visitors will be required to go through metal detectors as they have in the past but extra officers are reportedly being brought in along with swat teams and private security and they'll be strict limits on the size of bags and the kinds of objects you can take him concertgoers may feel a little less compelled to bring in wheat that's because regulators have given vendors the go ahead to sell marijuana at the festival a first for a big event of this kind buyers need to be twenty one or older and to show ID is KCRW stir glacier reporting in LA Sacramento Santa Barbara and Ventura counties will start releasing some criminal defendants without making them pay bail and renew pilot program that's seen as a test run for a new state law one which would completely scrap the bail bond system in California is currently on hold the California judicial commission approved sixty eight million dollars today to be split by sixteen large medium and small counties money will go to county probation departments which will supervise the defendants were freed without bail that's why Lee Haskell with the activist group called critical resistance ask the commission not to award any money to LA county there is widespread consensus that the LA county probation department is in dire need of oversight entrusting this law enforcement agency with more responsibility is deeply irresponsible well even so the judicial commission awarded seventeen million dollars to LA county nine million dollars to Sacramento and less.

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"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"T. engine I love the taxes on my show they always got something to say I love you all you can you can challenge me call me elves facing there's not a lot of love out there I have a great Friday moved on from a Andy Schwartz and John Kissinger from great I I'm a great Friday let's have fun doesn't mean we can't talk about serious topics right click or his have a fun one so we have this big winner the lan the Lotto winner manual Frankel seven hundred sixty eight million dollars I don't know him many because we're close that goes to my points should Wisconsin lottery winners have the right to be anonymous couple legislature legislators have said that we need to change the law we want to make that something that you can make the call what do you think no I know dates of our money people should know who we're giving it to I'm with you and the wife of John I mean I I guess my question is we we you know where it we know the money is going to the to the lottery and we have a lottery gives it away what what what are we why do we need to roll the next step because I think people if they don't know are going you know they might think all well you know maybe talk Tony verse one this money heard also that money was transparencies I think it's it's government I just think that's the way that government is they can't keep secrets without a really strong reason and I don't see the compelling reason yeah tough that they have every Tom Dick and Harry IT go after him but then I got seven and sixty eight million I like the feel that bad yeah I mean you could hire a heck of a security for me some isolated from all the no I I'm I'm not single schools aren't bothered I'm I'm sure they are and I think Mr Franco said that he's heard from every relative distant or otherwise in the last couple months this is an interesting debates I'm with John though I think it I think it should be public if anytime you have government involves something and there's a government connection to the lottery if it's open honest transparency it's it's uncomfortable we talked about some of the stuff with the social media and like officials yesterday it's it but it's necessary because then we can see what our government is doing we have that kind of transparency though with other allocations from from you know from our our our government dig hard enough yes if there's good journalism is less and less of those if there's enterprising citizens who actually want to request information it's there if you want to find it's not always presented to you have to go chase it and my understanding is you don't have to do a news conference and he chose to do one so are more interested who won a lottery than who got a distribution to the Housing Authority but they're both available all right will get more of the Friday form gas there takes is on the issue today but I will say I've said this before manual Frankel is welcome to host segment with me on the show anytime he wants to look for when I have them for dinner next time I will say man already made that we're very tight that's why I like you anyway Hey.

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"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:55 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Out seven hundred sixty eight million dollars some one guy in Wisconsin one that money last night. Just all six numbers. I can't believe that. Yeah. I mean, obviously, the I'd say it's probably going to be just one guy. But here's the deal with -sconsin. Now, you've got to the name of the winner comes out as yes. To one of those states. All right. Well, I'd put together. That's that's what I would go. See a lawyer put together a trust. And so the name of the trust that could be the mad cow. Trust is the winner. And that's the way you keep your name. You know, there is a way around it. But you don't have to. I mean, I it would be tough for me. Because if I had that little bearer instrument in my hand. Yeah. Anybody who has that ticket in presents a guest the money because the lotteries don't wanna get involved in your your disputes with. I that was my I bought that take, you know, you didn't they don't they whoever presents it gets it. So I would probably rush down to Austin and say give me my money now. Sure put that money in my Bank account now. Nobody in Texas won any prizes, except for maybe a little four dollar prize or two dollar prize or whatever do you get that for just getting one, right? Yeah. Something like that. I think it's three bought I even put power play on it last. I don't know what it was. Okay. I think that means it doubles your prize. You get five numbers you get two million instead of a million dollars. But there were seven people who got a million dollars seven people who got a million dollars plus the power play that extra buck paid off. That's what you call an investment put Bucky and got a million back, not bad, not too bad. At all. Would you want to know if you're going to see a doctor, and he says, we have this new technology here, we're going to plug you into it? We're going to take all your medical records. We're going to plug you ended. It's gonna run algorithms, and it's going to give you a basic idea that unless hit by a bus. This is how long you're going to live. Would you want to know that or you think that would affect your life at all? Of course, it would. If you walked in there, and they said, gee, you're only gonna make it to thirty eight. Not sure what the issue is. But that's what the algorithm says. And we want it to be right. So if you're not gonna by thirty eight we're coming after you. Yeah. That's a plot of a sci-fi movie. Right there it is. But guess I I would want to know, really. Yeah. I think so I don't know that I'd want to know the answer. I don't know that I'd want to know the I had I had all these tests done last year for the heart. Yeah. These these the stress test, and they shot the die in all these things because they found plaque around some of the arteries and said now, you see my it seems like that's been there. A long time. It doesn't seem to be growing or getting worse. So, you know, just eat well exercise, and, you know, come see us again in another year. Well, I'm going to go see him in a couple of months and. Got me thinking about mortality a little bit more, you'd be more grateful if you knew wintertime once I think, but would you become some people would be grateful some people would become reckless. Some people would say what difference? Does it make? I'm going next week at four o'clock. Why do I care but most people wouldn't once again five percent would. But I think most people would just yet. But those five percent could really create some problems they already to create problems, but worst problem. Okay. Scientists have trained in a system that's artificial intelligence to you and me to evaluate a decade of your health submitted by more than half a million people. They've put this through in the task the with predicting if individuals were at risk of dying prematurely, and they found that this thing is right. A hell of a lot much more. So over the period of the next decade. They had made a prediction of how many people out of the five hundred thousand would die. And it turns out the. I got it almost right on the nose. Whereas the doctors weren't even close. So this is like having that moment where finally the computer beat you at chess. Yeah. This happened years ago. Now, the computer can wipe the floor with you and chess pretty much everybody. That's a little scary to me that we have that capability once again, I always wonder if sometimes our technology is exceeding really are maturity, our our growth is you've been be our evolution. Yeah. We've exceeded with our technology. We have technology that really were not ready for yet. I mean, for goodness sakes, we still get people hacking into everything we haven't grown out of that yet. So do I really want this kind of technology laying around, but as a sane man's reach exceeds his grasp, I guess. Yeah. I suppose so we I don't know. I don't know that I'd be really happy finding out that gee, guess what? No, good, news and bad news. Live more with a purpose. But but see here's the thing. We we should live with a purpose. Anyway. We're all gonna kick the bucket because there's that unknown. It's things aren't as you're not is in the moment. I think that would force you to be more present in the moment. I don't know if it would or if it would make people more just put them into denial, especially if they got a short sentence if they found out that you'll you've got maybe three years left. And you think what are you talking about? I'm in great health. I feel terrific. I'm enjoying a life. And now you've been told you only three years left. I wonder how that would affect somebody's mind sometime, you know, sometimes it information. I'm an information junkie. I want to know everything I want to know the truth. I don't wanna hear spin on wanna hear hype. I wanna know the truth. Give me the information the truth, and I will handle it. This is one piece of information. I'm not sure that I would want. I'm not sure which direction I would go with that. If they gave me the option to know. And it's by the way, they said this is eighty five to ninety percent accurate. That's pretty impressive. That's very impressive. Very nice. Yeah. All right. So there you have it. I don't know if your doctor is going to have this as a as an option in your office anytime soon when you go in for your yearly physical. But would it surprise you to learn that at some point it very well be an option? Yeah. Look, I once again, I think I would want to know because then you can plan accordingly. Yeah. I don't know that I have the stability. I think things I think by knowing the information because that is on past behavior. Yeah. That behavior will continue. Yeah. Therefore, you could change it. You can change what is being input into the system. I don't disagree with that. But think about it. Let's say you hit that age you hit that number and you get past it. And then it's a year later than two years. How long are you going to still be stuck thinking to yourself? I'm on borrowed time. It's going to happen any day now. But then once again. You would go in give them a blood test or whatever. And then they could tell you. How things have changed since the first test the first agnostic, whatever. All right coming up to five at five. And then of course, we have a big announcement at five seventeen on the way for the program. Stick.

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"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Seven hundred sixty eight million dollars. Somebody bought that winning jackpot ticket right here in new Berlin, Wisconsin, it may have been sold at a gas station just like this. They're waiting to find out if they sold the big winning ticket. And as for that big winner, they have one hundred eighty days to claim their prize and in Wisconsin. You cannot remain anonymous ABC's Hillary Mintz in new Berlin, Wisconsin, you're listening to ABC news time now is five fourteen customs and border protection. Commissioner. Kevin nikolina says the US immigration system has reached its breaking point continued in action by congress is going to continue to put people at risk vulnerable migrants on the journey in Mexico as they cross border, increasingly hot, weather, and our own personnel. And unfortunately children in our custody yesterday in El Paso, Texas. Nikola Leinen said agents have apprehended thousands of migrants already this week acting FAA administrator Daniel L well insists that public safety is the top priority of that organization. We have worked tirelessly to take a more proactive data driven approach to oversight that instills a safety above all else culture at the FAA LL was in the hotseat yesterday as senators are looking at airline safety amid ongoing controversy surrounding Boeing opening a hearing, Texas Republican Ted Cruz says the travelling public must be able to trust the airline industry. Boeing seven thirty-seven max jetliners were grounded after two deadly crashes overseas, Arizona. Democrat Kirsten cinema says any problems with FAA oversight must be resolved quickly a former Gail coach accused in the nation's biggest college admissions scandal is due to appear in court today. Rudy Meredith was the women's soccer coach Gail he has a pretrial hearing scheduled in Boston. Meredith is accused of accepting four hundred fifty thousand dollars to designate a student applying to Yale as a soccer recruit is one of fifty people charged in the cheating and bribery investigation. Kobe. I'm sorry. Co kobe. I'm having a hard time getting my head around this one Kobe Bryant believes he's the greatest player of all time ahead of Michael Jordan and LeBron James in an appearance on the late late show with James corden last night, the retired LA Lakers champion played a game of spill your guts or fill your guts, a popular segment in which guests have to answer a question or a disgusting. Food item coordinator, Brian to rank himself, Jordan and James or eat some cow tongue despite initially resisting Bryant yielded saying I'm the best. Michael is second best. Lebron is third best the audience was ecstatic over the answer and some even started him MVP. All right..

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Powerball: One winning ticket sold for $768 million jackpot

Houston's Morning News

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Powerball: One winning ticket sold for $768 million jackpot

"This weekend's Powerball jackpot will only be worth forty million dollars a single winning ticket for the seven hundred sixty eight million dollars Powerball was sold in Wisconsin. That means if they chose the cash option four hundred seventy seven million before taxes now last night's drawing the third largest in US lottery history. The biggest was a one and a half billion dollar Powerball in two thousand sixteen we have the winning numbers. So you can read and weep a KTAR H dot com, but you know, forty million dollars. I know you won't is not enough money.

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"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Consonants seven hundred sixty eight million dollars richer this morning big sports day, the Sweet Sixteen tips off and it's opening day and major league baseball and the bagel. Brouhaha that's taking the internet by storm. We examine this disturbing trend in about twenty minutes. When Republicans rewrote the international tax system in two thousand seventeen they were trying to help U S companies like Proctor and gamble compete in foreign markets and create domestic jobs, fifteen months later, the Ohio based company and other US-based. Multinationals warn the new law could instead put them in a disadvantage globally and reduce their incentive to invest at home. So says Richard Rubin US tax policy reporter at the Wall Street Journal, Richard take us through the timeline of kind of how we got here. The twenty seventeen tax was premised on the idea heart been the international sphere of trying to US companies more competitive today. You shouldn't if you're paying real far taxes and real foreign jurisdictions, not sort of playing games, then you the US should isn't going to tax you on top of that. And that's basically to make US companies competitive would be idea with with their foreign counterparts. And so, you know, think about a company like we haven't the story we have Proctor and gamble. Proctor and gamble make paper towels and soap and all those sorts of things and it operates in hundreds of countries around the world. And when it does that it's not doing that by exporting from US. It has sort of has to be in. In those markets, and it's often income in high-tech countries, paying real substantial taxes. For the tax law came along zone. Okay. We're gonna impose a minimum tax on US companies foreigner running. So that you can't just sorta park all your profits in single digit low tax countries in the US will top you up. But what's happening? What companies like danger, you're finding is that the way that tax interaction. Pre existing rules in the US tax system means that companies that already pay substantial foreign taxes are paying still paying taxes on top of that. Now, you write that the system which was designed to keep US companies here could encourage companies to actually move jobs outside of the US. So why is that? Well, the technical reason what's happening is. It's about how US domestic expenses are counted when calculating the foreign tax credit. Let's step back for taking the US. Foreign tax credit is designed to prevent double-taxation. So you're essentially getting credit for paying your foreign taxes toward your taxes. When we do that, we calculate. We take some US expenses for interest for research for headquarters expenses that really support sport foreign income and pretend for US calculation purposes that those are outside the US in that makes foreign income look smaller invest limits. The foreign tax credit that foreign tax credit gets limited. Then it looks like to the US system that these companies aren't paying very much in foreign taxes and therefore have to pay the US on top of that way around that would be to take those expenses for research for headquarters for interest and put them abroad where you would get a you'll get your foreign deduction instead of your US deduction into what happened no impact on foreign tax credit limit. Now, there is some possibility for adjustment from the treasury. Right. If big companies like you mentioned Proctor and gamble make enough waves. Yeah. I mean, look treasury very well aware this issue. They've it's been out there for a while. We we wrote about it a year ago when they're smaller companies that were raising it. Now, the big guys are are are getting into the the act here. But yeah. Yeah. Treasuries wherever they soften the blow somewhat on interest expenses when they came out with regulations pros regulations further regulations may come. So I wouldn't be surprised if treasury does something here to try and get the intent of the law and the reality law closer aligned with each other companies again as you are still paying significantly lower overall taxes than they used to. But it's just not necessarily having the desired effect of seeing that savings. Brought back to the US. Well, it's not as much about savings right back to US. I would think about it. This way companies are paying less than tax US rated a lot lower. So to companies that US income they're getting a lot easier to have you think of? And not have it be high tax and that lower US rate does help because it reduces the sort of gaps that companies are able to exploit the benefits of going. You know, having income won't play for versus another big is they weren't in the US rate was thirty five instead of the twenty one than it is today, but it's not really about bringing money back companies you bring foreign profits back. It's really about what taxes they're paying on that farting come right something to keep an eye on. Thanks, Richard Wall Street Journal, US tax policy reporter, Richard Rubin. Twenty minutes in front of the hour.

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"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Wisconsin is the sole winner of Wednesday nights seven hundred sixty eight million dollar jackpot. Richard cantu. ABC news. Ketu weather brought to you by standard TV and appliance overcast skies in the morning, but dry skies out there as well much calmer day ahead for most of the day on Thursday. We'll see partly cloudy skies by the afternoon and daytime highs mcnew way up in the low sixties in most areas, south winds about five to fifteen miles an hour in the cascades and their morning hours about thirty five hundred feet, but that will come to an end by the afternoon from the K to storm tracker weather center. I'm Dave Celeski wanted to call you. Doc SAS Alexa, play eleven ninety K acts on iheartradio. Thanks for asking. To talk to George Noory, cool the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies. Call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free. Call eight hundred six one eight eight to five five to reach George via Skype Skype name George nine seven three one three send Georgia. Text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five to one. This is coast to coast AM with George Nuri sounds like save the planet night because next hour. Bob Burman joins me with his work called the earth shattering violent supernova, galactic, explosions, biological mayhem, nuclear meltdowns, and other hazards to life in our universe. So we'll talk with Bob about. That coming up April ninth in about two weeks. Maybe a little less than.

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"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Five at Boston's NewsRadio. And to look at New England business this morning. This is a ground-breaking idea to transform the healthcare industry. And now one of the founders of haven is speaking out about the potential impact Warren Buffett from Berkshire Hathaway leads a trio of business heavyweights for the mission of the Boston-based haven and tells Yahoo finance the idea will work. So we've got a unity of commitment and an ability to execute on the commitment buffet is working with Amazon's Jeff Bezos and Jamie diamond from J P Morgan Chase and says potential problems with this plan could be in the numbers and prevailing thought in the United States. You've got a three point four trillion dollar industry, which is as much of the federal government raises every year that basically feels pretty good about the system. The solution buffet says is not to make any money with haven, but to solve critical issues in healthcare. A Boston biotech hoping to find an elusive but treatment for schizophrenia. Gets sixty eight million dollars to help in its efforts. Karuna therapeutics is currently in mid stage testing of an experimental drug that it says could cause fewer side effects and other drugs on the market brain disorder affects about three million Americans. According to the federal government coming up this morning on WBZ as an investigation continues into a deadly plane crash in Africa bowling stands behind the safety of the seven thirty seven max, eight details with Deb Lawler next. This is Dan Rae. Dr Al Franchi at Boston prolotherapy describes how he helped my ankle with prolotherapy injections when your joints are unstable. Eventually you're gonna develop arthritis which can be very debilitating. So in the case of Dan's ankle, he had an unstable ankle with arthritis already developing. And we were able to stabilize his ankle with the treatments and also treat the joint this well because prolotherapy works in join it grows fibers tissue in the joint which creates a cushion like felt or peach fuzz and it mechanically. Causes pain relief by creating that cushion between the boat. We have a lot of football players that have chronic shoulder. Dislocations young ladies that have loose and chronic kneecap dislocations, ankle instabilities from people that have had repeated injuries to the ligaments of their ankles as well as Nian instabilities and prolotherapy can help your joint pain to online at Boston prolotherapy dot com or call one eight three three go Prollo. That's one eight three three go P R O L O. You have John that.

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Woody Allen Sues Amazon Studios Claiming Breach of Contract

BBC World Service

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Woody Allen Sues Amazon Studios Claiming Breach of Contract

"The actor and film director. Woody Allen has launched legal action against Amazon studios. He accuses it of having breached their contracts by refusing to distribute his latest film. Mr. Allen says the company backs out of a multi pitcher deal without course, Amazon released two of his films until say distributed his TV series crisis in six scenes, but it dropped his most recently the a rainy day in New York. Mr. Allen is seeking more than sixty eight million dollars in damages. That's been no response yet from

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"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on KCRW

"Of truth. Thank you, Eric. Thank you. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter, and Matt Amazon which just went to Sundance and spent a fortune on a bunch of movies raising a lot of eyebrows at the prices, they paid some of the choices they made. But we'll see how that works for them. They are now trying to get out of a deal with Woody Allen. This is the deal that was struck in two thousand fourteen by the previous head of Amazon studios. It's now Jen Psaki it was then ROY price right price made a crazy rich deal with Woody Allen, even Woody Allen said at the time that he thought right prices out of his mind. And now Amazon has said, and we're not quite clear if they've explained why that they want to terminate that arrangement and Woody Allen is suing. Yeah. He's suing for sixty eight million dollars, which gives you a sense of the size of this deal. And he's essentially saying that Amazon made a deal, it may not have been the most fortuitous deal for Amazon. But it was a real contract and now based on what? Woody Allen says is baseless twenty-five-year-old allegations that have been resurfaced in the press and during the metoo movement have caused a lot of actors to back away from him. They're trying to get out of that deal. And he says no that you can't get out of that deal. And it's a very very interesting case because it's a very high profile example of the metoo movements impact on fundamental Hollywood dealmaking. Yeah. I mean, you have talent. Now, that's will not work with Woody Allen and the couple of movies. He's done recently. The last few things, including this TV show crisis in six scenes with Miley Cyrus, all of those were kind of dead on arrival. So you know, he seems to have not produced anything, particularly good. But that doesn't necessarily go to what's in that contract. And the problem is when you get somebody who's untouchable like this, and you want to get out of the deal. But he hasn't been convicted of anything all there is has been at our allegation. Yeah. You know, they put these companies sometimes we've heard of other cases, we haven't necessarily reported where we have heard that companies are aware of something that may be a huge problem with a particular talent and tried to back out of the deal. And it's not so easy to do. You know, again when there's no conviction or even a court case that went forward on Woody Allen or another person. Right. And this is all been started by a column that Ronan Farrow wrote for the Hollywood reporter about the allegations that his sister Dylan had made of abuse against Woody Allen allegations denied, and then there have been a bunch of other press reports of Woody Allen and kind of this entire situation with his family has been reexamined through the lens of the metoo movement, and he has become somewhat radioactive. But that doesn't change the fact that ROY price made an insane deal with Woody Allen. And if you start revisiting bad deals that studio executives make with talent half the town would be on trial. Because a lot of talent deals does. Don't work out. I will just note that ROY price was suspended, and ultimately left Amazon under a cloud that we reported on ourselves. And so this terrible deal is a leftover from a situation that Brazil embarrassing in and of itself. Thank you, Matt. Thank you. That's not Bellamy editorial director of the Hollywood reporter. He joins me this Monday at two o'clock on the.

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"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Neither singer was injured in the incident. And the incident inspired buffet to write a song called Jamaica mistake and this week in two thousand sixteen Bruce Springsteen begins the river tour with a show in Pittsburgh nineteen eighty album the river is the centerpiece of the tour played start to finish at many stops. The tour is the year's most successful grossing over two hundred and sixty eight million dollars. The biggest song from that album, Ongeri heart. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. What is hope hope to me was just that? He would get to come home. I had no idea how hard it would be once he got back. I wish he'd stop drinking so much she thinks it's helping but it's not a hope she sees that soon. I don't care if he comes to my games. But I hope he does I used to hope he'd find happiness again. Now. Mix grandpa can help. It's too late. Not with everything that he's going through. I hope he sees a counselor. I just want my brother. I hoped he'd get held stop hoping things would get better on their own. He told me to stop asking. I didn't. Then one day he asked for a ride hope is knowing their other families, just like yours at the veterans. They love got help and recovered gonna make the connection dot net and turn hope interaction. Here that it's the soundtrack to our busy lives..

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"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight million dollars" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"You to singer Bono was also on the plane. Neither singer was injured in the incident. And the incident inspired buffet to write a song called Jamaica mistake and this week in two thousand sixteen Bruce Springsteen begins the river tour with a show in Pittsburgh, his nineteen eighty album the river is the center. Piece of the tour played start to finish at many stops. The tour is the year's most successful grossing over two hundred sixty eight million dollars the biggest song from that album, hungry heart. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Onset. You have the right to keep your phone. Locked a magistrate judge from California has ruled that authorities can't force people to unlock their digital devices with their faces fingers or irises the decision comes from a case involving a Facebook extortion crime in which investigators wanted access to certain devices. The judge said they were able to establish probable cause. But the request wasn't limited to one person or one device, and therefore authorities would have been able to open every device from every person inside a house. The judge in the case stress law enforcement cannot force people to unlock their phones. Even with a warrant making biometric unlocks equal to pass codes, which means they're covered under the fifth amendment protections against self-incrimination. The judge also admitted that technology is outpacing law. But that in this case government could access messenger communication from Facebook with a proper warrant under the stored communication act. This decision could still be overturned with FOX on tech. I'm Brett Larson, Fox News..

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