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Abby Wambach: If you're not a good leader on the bench, you cannot call yourself a good leader on the field.
"Hey everyone. This show might sound a bit different today because we're skimming from three different couches. The scam is still working from home for the time being because of covid nineteen. Today, we have a very special guest joining us abby Wambach is here with us on skin from the couch she is a two time Olympic gold medalist, a FIFA World Cup champion, and a member of the national soccer hall of fame. Also, she hasn't slowed down in retirement she is now a New York Times. Author and equal pay activists. We I had the pleasure of meeting abby when we spoke to her wife, Glennon Doyle on the show in March and we dragged her onto the podcast as well, and if you haven't listened to that episode, go check it out. It's a good one abby. Thank you so much for joining us today. Welcome to skin from the catch. Yeah. Thanks for having me. I'm so thrilled and honored to be with you all on three different couches. Thou-. Before. We jump into our first question I have to tell you I was looking at our prep for this and there was one bullet in here. That has really made me laugh as I have to share it, which is that you used to have a special card that got you a free Burrito a day from AAA but it stopped working when you're retired that seems passive aggressive for sure to Poli what the F.. Yeah. So when I first got this card, it was Gosh I must've been ten years ago now and you know like the gold cards portly for life like essentially my name is on it and you guys don't know how I go way back. From the early days and I mean I would get a Burrito. Day You guys we're both creatures of habits. I respect this. Yeah. It was crazy and this is before we really knew how many calories were in each burrito. Bowl that I would make or Burrito early days. and. So then yeah, of course when I retired, I was super excited to still be able to get one free Burrito a week for year, but they never really checked up on it but then I think when I got a family when I married Glenn and attained. That you know fifteen dollar meal. Turned into a sixty five dollar meal or seventy dollars meal for the whole family and pull was like I. Don't know if we're GONNA keep floating this for her so. It was a good run while it lasted I'm sorry that you've struggled with that but I did make me laugh as read. So, we're going to jump into our very first question. We'd like to ask everybody it just skim your resume skin my resume. It's so funny because when you retire, that's like that's essentially what I've had to do over the last four or five years of my life since retiring from playing on the national team, and if people don't really know I played for a long time on our women's national team. So Ski. My life I'm the youngest of seven children I grew up in Rochester New York, and I went to the University of Florida and played soccer there for four seasons where after I was drafted number two by the way just remember this folks you don't get drafted number one. You can still succeed I was drafted number two out of college to go play for a team called The Washington freedom the best player in. The world at the time. Mia. Hamm played on that team and it really changed my life because we were able to develop a connection that then transferred into me getting called into the national team and playing on the national team in scoring goals in the national team, and then I had a pretty long career representing his country won a gold medal. I want a couple of medals actually I won a fee. For Women's World Cup. World. Cup. I should say it doesn't matter if you're a guy or girl that's pretty awesome in my retirement I have kind of taken on this activism role that when I play ironically when I played I was a little bit more like just go and do my job and we were going to show our activism rather than talk about it. But when you quit playing, you gotta actually transfer that. Because I can't play anymore I can't show it in the ways that I used to. So I've transitioned into becoming a public speaker and an activist and apparent and wife, and that is my skin. Has a great skin? What is it like to be really good at something where young 'cause I have? No clue. Yeah I mean it's confidence building you know I felt like. Okay. I know that I'm good at this thing over here but I think you know all of us have our little things right? Like no matter what kind of. Place we grew up or family we grew up in or what kind of trauma we we experienced as a child because we all do some of US feel like we're unlovable my case in particular some of us were neglected. Some of us were over parented like we all have problems inside of our family dynamics that for me really allowed me to and gave me the courage to propel in this kind of an individualistic career. So when I was young I kind of was a very big risk taker. I was a free spirit is what they called me, I think that's what they call children who don't follow the rules as much as their parents want them to and I think that the other side of that coin is I was really trying to get the attention of my parents, right. So the very thing that might have felt trauma or hardship from in my childhood is the very thing that made me successful. So I have to always remember that like as much as I as young as seven children. As much as all of us wanted the attention of our parents, I do think that kind of parent team actually shaped me and and allowed me to explore this competitiveness inside. In this drive and this embiid to go after what I needed and what I wanted. So I give a lot of credit to that form of parenting into that trauma
Bonus Episode: Hairstylist Chris McMillan
"You are. You're a businessman your salon owner. But you're also you know it's ten so corny saying this celebrity hairstylist. I feel like I'm reading. You Know People magazine boldface Celebrity Hairstyles hairstylists to the stars Chris. Mcmillan you are the rare hairstylist. Who is a hybrid of all of these things I mean how did you plan to become like a salon owner? Did you plan to do celebrities hair like did you? What was your end goal? My plan was to do five people's hair a day and charge them hundred dollars each so I would make five hundred dollars a week. I would make two thousand dollars a month and so then I would rent an apartment for a thousand to twelve hundred dollars a month. I would get a car that I think I was looking at like Volkswagen's or something that was like two fifty a month so that's how I thought about it that way. I was able to do what I do like. I always kept that SORTA That's how my brain I'm a real believe it or not. I'm a real simple thing. And it just snowballed from there of that happen. You don't charge your hundred bucks for haircut anymore you know. I was given opportunities to prove myself and I've always taken advantage of those opportunities. I truly from the bottom of my heart was meant to do hair. I really was. Who's hair have you been doing that like the longest like who is the first person that got this one hundred dollar haircut my mall okay? My mom always had bleached blond hair. Fair Faucet like my mom always had kool hair always. That was her thing. Gio is a great hair. She loved her hair stylist. Nick she always had great hair. She was pregnant with me. And that's the first hair salon. I went that I worked at was Nicole's in Manhattan beach on Tenth Manhattan Avenue when I graduated high school like the day the next day. I worked there because I had my licence. Oh wow you were like in it to win it yeah I. My mom was like you doing here. I'm like but they're gay and she's like yeah. You're my gay son. I've known since you were too. It's okay you'll be fine while okay that you told me I remember you said. You have some client. I want to say her name is barb. Bonnie Greider Oh Bonnie Bonnie Bonnie writer lives. It's so funny. Her daughter texted me yesterday. As I as everything. Okay I was like. How's your mom and is a body? Greider is a third grade teacher in San Pedro and she has a standing appointment with me since eighteen years old. Every my gosh. She gets her haircut and I still charge her. I basically doer for free. I talked to her sixty sixty five dollars for a haircut and she tip speed thirty five. Oh my God and she comes here salon she could come to my salon and even Gen does like Shaquille. Can you come to my house on Friday at four to blow dry my hair? I'm Bonnie Jennifer Aniston knows about Bonnie generators and knows about bunnies is aggregate. Do Bonnie and then come over this camp. Would I got mega celebrity? Jennifer come to your salon just like a regular person. You always go to her all the time. She loves it so like she might. She might be behind. Bonnie like waiting to check out no she took check. I set my soul on as an old nineteen thirties bungalow house. So it's very private anyway. So it's very easy and comfortable for people like Jennifer to come and get their hair done and I am kind to like in the center so she knows everybody that works with me. Everybody knows I do her hair. So it's not like nobody's bothering her and everyone does that. I'll kill them if they do that. Like all ends. I got a sharpie asking for an autograph. Nobody is the you know every now and then you'll see like someone walked by like. Oh I'm just checking my messages in l. But I'll I'll check them. I'll be like excuse me and they're like sorry. I'm sorry. Sorry the phone away. Have you really done that have you? Have you really checked somewhat? Of course that's how he stays in the bids right this long. I have to think though Bonnie's been around since you were eighteen age. You okay there. You go do some math people. But that means you've seen her through a lot of trends and styles your other clients regret any of the like styles or cuts you've given anyone in the past not really. I've always gravitated. I think I think I have. I'm not like trying to prove myself and do something crazy and be the most creative. I really truly do want people to look the best that they can look but I also do love change like Linda Evangelista when she had long hair and she went short la that change. She looked just as good. You know and I watched you know Madonna Gino and her changes in and people like that like I always been influenced by change. I remember ruined. My mom had long. You know she had like Pamela Anderson Farah Fawcett hair and she came. Back with highlighted. Low Lighted Cheryl teague hair And then and then from that she you know like in the eighties. She cut her hair short and it was sort of like the Lori L. Freehold Moose campaign like my mom came back as Rachel Ward. You're no character and so I've seen really beautiful changes like. That's the kind of change as I like to see. I'm not trying to like be dramatic in and prove myself through hair but I like to change people's hair like my own that has like feathered hair. And then you give them a Bob that was you know a really Nice Change. You just mentioned yes. You're you're not really working in the salon but you're you had been working on the morning. Show the hairs like good but not great. I'm not being rude. I'm saying it looks like a real news anchor. Yeah well that's what was then purposeful. We did that as we you know. We wanted her to be wanted. Alex Levy to be relatable. Almost you know I mean. It's a moment if you the Steve Corrales character can't even think of his day. Right that's lug it's just got fired and she's unraveling yes is stressed and Jews touching her hair a lot and it's all do for
How Can I Prevent Breakouts From My Eye Mask?
"As you know. I love wearing an eye mask to sleep. An eye mask me. Oh like the thing that goes over. Your Eyes Okay. Yes yes a mask for your eyes for some reason. I thought you meant like like a skin-care yes no but I do feel like it makes me break out along. My hairline at my temples like where the elastic kind of hits my head. And I'm ninety nine percent sure that this is what is causing these these breakouts because when I stopped using the I'm ask for a few days. They like stop appearing to have one right now. Do I pick them? Okay just looking at your face trying to see it. But I don't see any kind of buried like in my hair okay. But they're kind of uncomfortable and I don't love it and also as we've discussed when I have I wanNA pick them. I don't WanNa like go down that road so I'm wondering if this is just how it is. What kind of mask are you wearing and wearing one? The someone who met us at the South by South West. I know that one they gave it to a gave it to us. And it's it's really nice and I wash ed like it's not it's not dirty but and I don't think it's because I've used other imus in the same thing happened right so it's just having. I think it's just that contact. Yeah is for some reason causing me to break out and I'm I think it I think it might just be. This is the way my my skin works. No I'm ask is going to be is going to really work now regards. I'm wondering what people if other people have had this issue and they have found something that works for them. I would love to hear what it is now. Are you willing to sacrifice and live the no? I'm asking life or do you. Is it really crucial to your sleep to have totally crucial like last night? I slept without an IM ask. I mean I will sleep. I've been sleeping without an MS for the last few days. Because I don't want to break out anymore but I'll go on and off like all I won't sleep with it for a few days and then everything will serve subside and then I'll go back and where it again for days after a few days on notice that zits coming back. Wow that's so fascinating I don't wear I'm ask consistently although I do really want to buy a fancy one The loonier brand. It's very substantial. Yeah which I feel like would make me break out. Even I feel like you need something that just has the little string. But that's also what you're wearing the actual string I think is what's causing the issue. Here's a question. I don't know enough about masks literally only just started using them for sleeping last year. Do they make like Tinier ones? Well what I do think they make. They make ones without the band. But just sort of like mold to your face thinking of and this is going to beat me and also reference a horrible choice I made in my past. I'm thinking of tanning goggles. Yeah something that totally. Which if you didn't grow up going tanning beds in the late nineties. I will tell you used to get a little tiny para goggles that you put over your eyes and then you'd stand tanning bed and it was not a good choice that I am proud. It's on a choice. I'm proud of but I did occasionally do it. Story scrolling on her phone. I'm as far. They all look big. They all look quite big. There's a two hundred sixty five dollars Saatchi home. I'm the one for you. Two hundred sixty five dollars. That's so the only thing that I'm wondering is what if I did something where it's like the the the strap is almost thicker like. I wonder if that would help. Maybe it's the rubbing drug I think it's the rubbing of the strap and I wonder if because the strap is so small and narrow that it like rubs more and so I wonder if a thicker strap would actually be better because like the the the friction would be like more distributed. Yeah I'm wondering what's causing is at the is it the contact and the friction or is it just having your skin covered for nine or eight or seven or four hours a night but then when you think I would be breaking out all my face. Yeah so I'm not I'm not breaking out on my face where the actual mask is. I'm only breaking out at the point of contact. Seems like a real history. We need the skin care active. Imagine if we wrote a cozy mystery about solving what's causing your is it the I don't know the answer to that because it's so confusing to me what causes breakout again. Correlation might not be causation. Your favorite Mike to say to say I believe I have isolated the issue like I believe it is an eye mask shoot but maybe it isn't. Maybe it's something else that I'm not even thinking of that. Just coincidentally coincides with when I wear an eye mask
Understanding the reality of todays senior citizens
"A quick Google search about seniors health care and aging up a sobering picture of growing old. It might be difficult imagining the life of typical senior citizens but hearing the words of a seventy four year old lady just trying to exist. I reality into perspective. My mom was kind enough to share her story and offer a view of her past present and future challenges well still maintaining hope and gratitude. Let's talk about you. That'll be very brief moment. UH-HUH I haven't found a whole lot out there in the world media wise about seniors. I hate that term. Do you have a better term that you prefer to be called ALDs old part wild fires okay at this point now. You're you're collecting social security. What else that's it that's it? Yeah because as soon as I reached sixty two but I was receiving living in disability from the social security system automatically just went to social security. What did you expect your your situation to be when you were this age? I'm still trying to figure that one out. I don't know I don't know as I had the luxury extremes of sitting down and pondering any of it because I was so caught up in actually living a life life and providing helping to provide alive for for my family and then when I got arthritis it was just a matter of. You've how long I could hide. It and I was would never have been able to change jobs and so I stayed with my job because I had seniority. And they would as my ability to do certain things. would diminish in one area then I could transfer to another area and still keep my disability and my benefits fast forward then to now I mean a lot happened in the last decade dad passed away. You are living alone set in how much money you can spend. How much not spend a month on medications? Actually the medication that cost me the most is Ra mccade and it's because I'm keeping my does actually a little bit lower than what I should be getting And so it cost me about three hundred sixty five dollars. Every time I get an infusion which is is how often Every seven weeks. So we how you're keeping your dose lower than you should get why because I got to a point where I was just a little bit over and they have due to your the amount that that you get through. Your infusion is determined by your weight and so in in order to get the right amount I would have to go up another whole dough. Switches a whole vial of it. They wouldn't use the whole vile vile l.. Is Thousand Dollars each so. It's like they take the tour three drops or however much you know and so I told Dr Sun wait. No I don't I don't agree with that. It pissed me off that I would have to be paying for an entire vial. Vile that is just the US whatever part of it they need and just throw the rest away. This is the reality of things right now. How does the political of climate affect this right now Social Security is not the amount that they pay. It doesn't keep up with the cost of living so you just don't think about that. It's like I will deal with my life as it is day day-today because I don't know what the future holds. I feel like I'm so lucky right now. I don't WanNa do anything. Hey or say anything to any you know my boat okay. Okay so if you in a perfect world if you could if you could wave if the magic wand how would you want things to be I would want dad to still be alive. I would like to not have arthritis. It didn't turn out that way. There's there's always a trade off you can't have this it. You can't have good health if you can't have a perfect perfect world that you can't have a An undetermined amount of money. That you can just spend freely then you make other choices and you do what it is that you can within your parameters.
Rating the Cable Streaming Services
"Get this question a lot. Which of the table streaming alternative services should I subscribe to? It's a big question for anybody who cut the cord and wanted to watch the super bowl or is planning to watch the Oscars on TV and gets a message that says they can only watch one of the APPS if they could prove they are a TV subscriber with authentication. So if they don't have that many people are pushed to some of the services like youtube up. TV Hulu With live TV sling TV and at and T. now which used to be called direct TV now The sales proposition is that you get most most of the channels that you like on cable but not hundreds. You don't have to rent cable equipment and you'll pay about half the rate of a cable. Bill which is the the best for you. Let's jump in. I'm Jefferson Graham. You're listening to talking tech. The price range starts at thirty dollars for sling and goes all the way up to sixty five dollars for. At at and T.. Now which used to be called direct. TV Now we can pretty much scratch that one. Because I like Youtube TV. I'm a subscriber. I pay fifty dollars a month. I get over seventy seventy channels and Do know that. There's a free two week trial which is usually one week in that deal expires on the thirteenth. The good lead part about Youtube. TV again is that it's pretty easy to use. They have most of the channels. You want except for Nickelodeon. MTV Comedy Central Central Discovery Channel Animal Planet they do have pbs which was added recently. None of the other streamers have PBS. Hulu Lueth live TV. Are they're missing the channels. We just talked about Um they're also missing. PBS The bonus with Hulu is that you also get the Hulu Service which has fox ABC NBC Primetime Series. They charge fifty five dollars a month for sixty channels They have DVR though the DVR rules are not as generous as
Drivers will be charged $150 for blocking bike lanes in DC
"Pay attention to bike lanes if you're parking or driving in DC because it it'll cost you a photo warning system is going to be turning into a photo ticketing system later this month so on February twenty eighth officials are going to start sending sixty five dollar fines to drivers if photographs in those
Driving or parking in DC bike lanes will soon come with a fine
"Four sixty five dollar fines are on the way in the district to drivers who violate the bike lanes the photo enforcement system is already in place and will be activated later this month pay attention to bike lanes while parking or driving or it may cost you a photo warning system is soon turning into a photo ticketing system on February twenty eighth the DC department of public works will start sending sixty five dollar fines to drivers captured in photos and bike lanes the fine is part of the vision zero initiative announced in the fall by mayor Muriel Bowser to reduce the number of traffic related deaths and serious injuries for
Driving or parking in DC bike lanes will soon come with a fine
"Sixty five dollar fines are on the way in the district of Columbia to drivers who violate the bike lanes the photo enforcement system is already in place and will be activated later this month pay attention to bike lanes while parking or driving or it may cost you a photo warning system is soon turning into a photo ticketing system on February twenty eighth the DC department of public works will start sending sixty five dollar fines to drivers captured in photos and bike lanes the fine is part of the vision zero initiative announced in the fall by mayor Muriel Bowser to reduce the number of traffic related deaths and serious injuries for those on
"sixty five dollars" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
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Coastal Commission gives Santa Monica’s Shore Hotel permits to stay open — with conditions
"The California coastal commission is allowing a luxury beachfront hotel bill without proper permits to stay open under a compromise in Santa Monica a Belgrade permits in two thousand nine to tear down to eighteen hotels and then raise some new moderately priced new ones instead sunshine developers build the luxury shore hotel rooms there go for two or sixty five dollars to eight hundred Bucks a night under a compromise the resort overlooking the Santa Monica pier we now provide rooms of the seventy two of them price no higher than one hundred eighty dollars a night in offer other discounts the commission previously find the hotel record of over fifteen million dollars for operating without the proper
"sixty five dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"The Armstrong show this is Nancy Pelosi looking for a way out of impeachment more on that coming up later she's announced they're moving forward with the vote no what sort of stuff the drug meisters insightful I'd be curious to hear what he thinks more on that later we don't really quick Warner foundation freedom station up they find out where we are I just have a baseline for the day figure out where we're going drum roll please here we go we're at currently at two hundred twenty one thousand seven hundred sixty five dollars that's pretty awesome that is great is great I'm two hundred twenty one thousand dollars there was an error I think is that right yeah you didn't sound like a little kid okay into and twenty one million thousand hundred Hey I'm I'm a little concerned about our goal which was extremely aggressive yeah yeah we will have to talk more about that later we do have camel Harrison Willie brown's mattress donated ten dollars but that doesn't reach the twenty dollar limit to get your funny name mentioned so I won't mention that one A. out we may have to have another honor meeting about that is I think it was at Phoenix Steve one of our loyal listeners through out like six of them at ten dollars a piece and thinks he should be grandfathered in Heisey to the the cover charge to get your funny name read on the air but that's an interesting point have the draft that wasn't meant to be donated fifty mailbag more about war information freedom station coming up and help you understand what such incredible organization why you want to donate to them Jackie question free moving quote of the day from Andrew Johnson keeping with our impeachment thing it includes a number of old tiny words nobody knows what they mean what do you think it would be okay if I translate I think if you don't it's pointless okay not with the let me make sure I've got this okay notwithstanding a lighting press not withstanding a subsidized gang of hirelings who have not lander may I discharged all my official duties and fulfilled my pledges and I see here tonight that if my predecessor Lincoln had lived at the vials of wrath would be pouring out upon him let him impeach and be damned merry go virtual best end date and then honorary freedom.
Netflix Shares Fall After the Company is Downgraded by Wells Fargo
"Netflix is having a harder time maintaining wall street's confidence due to the sudden rise in competition from Disney an apple a Wells Fargo analysts note says the firm doesn't doubt that Netflix will eventually turn a cash profit by cracking down a password sharing curtailing content spending and even advertising but all of those factors indicate a more mature growth business and weaker stock growth Wells Fargo was cutting Netflix's stock rating to underperform from market perform and giving it a two hundred sixty five dollar price target about fifteen percent below today's
Kylie Jenner singing 'Rise and Shine' in an epic mom voice has taken the internet by storm
"And speaking of the Kardashian Jenners that selling overpriced merchant of you guys heard the name of Kylie Jenner singing rise and shine to her daughter stormy yeah that's how that is I mean well I'm sorry Lori yeah that has become really popular with the kids on the internet and Jenner got word of its popularity and now she's selling or can it well she's not trademarking it but she is selling sweatshirts on her website that say rise and shine on it for sixty five dollars here in kan Chris wondered does the devil rise and shine and saying have you guys ever that's are you remember that time from by the way you won't get your rise and shine sweatshirts for four to five weeks of the mean will be completely you won't remember it at all really does seek the orders and that will make the shirts they did the mock up all my gosh please
Hydrogen Power, Modular Nuclear and the Other Technology Xcel Energy Has Its Eyes On
"You've heard about xl energy goal to be one hundred percent carbon free by twenty fifty but what are the mechanics to get there and is the technology there to deliver reliable power at lower cost. Let's ask xl CEO Ben Folk a how he plans to meet that climate-friendly goal hi Ben Hey Paul. How are you good. Thanks for talking with us today. What is the specific plan to get it to the carbon goals that Xcel has set by twenty thirty and carbon-free by twenty fifty right well. I'll be the first to tell you that will have to have technologies develop up to get us that last twenty percent of carbon out of our system technologies. That may not yet be there today that they're there but they're not commercially viable. Oh no because affordability reliability critical to this but the good news is technologies today will get us to that eighty percent carbon reduction by twenty thirty and they'll do so in a way that affordable and reliable when we talk about carbon neutral versus carbon free. How does that translate to what xl is trying to do? So what we're trying to do is a very pure carbon free meaning that none of our plants are emitting carbon and we're not having to buy REX renewable energy credits to get there so the reason why we're focused on that because we want this to be sustainable and replicable and awesomely we're all part of this thing called a big grid and and we all interconnect with a very few people truly disconnected so we're trying to show away that other utilities and other industries can also be carbon free. I WanNa want to get to some of the mechanics of that in a minute but let's talk about cost. I what where are we with. The latest costs for things like wind solar. Call all the types of energy energy that you have to look at where those costs trending right now you know ten years ago I would be talking about buying wind at sixty five dollars and today I'm talking about buying win for twenty dollars or less and that then competes head on with the price of fossil fuels so often sometimes I say that you know I might not totally retire the the gas generation plant but if I can use a lot less of it and make the fuel win versus natural gas and that that wind fuel is cheaper than the natural gas fuel than the environment benefits and our customers benefit. I WanNa talk a little little bit about wind full disclosure. I'm one hundred percent wind source customer with Xl Energy. How many minnesotans great how many Minnesotans have signed up up for wind source or some of the solar options that you have. Oh I think we're probably in the tens of thousands. It might even be close to one hundred thousand wow that program Paul is where we actually go out and retire noble energy credits which allows you to get one hundred percent of your energy from win but again. I can do that for you. I do it for myself. We can do these things for other customers but ultimately it gets back to if we want to be completely carbon-free. We have to make sure that big grid that we all connect back to US carbon free and is there demand strong demand. You hear that you see that from your customers. I think I went on your website and saw that one of your programs has a waiting waiting list. Is that true yeah I renewable connect product. which is kind of the next generation is very popular because it'll it basically locks customers in to a renewable resource for a period of time one year five years ten years and then depending on what the actual prices of energy do over that timeframe you might even save money and really interested in because we actually go out and build that wind farm that Solar Forum specifically for that group of customers so the program sell out pretty quickly. Let's talk about nuclear how long will nuclear power remain part of excels portfolio well. I I will tell you Paul. It's absolutely critical that that one of our plants are Monticello plant. which is scheduled to retire in Twenty thirty we've asked under our resource plan to extend that another ten years we won't be able to meet that eighty eight percent goal and move away from coal without the extension that nuclear plant now where nuclear ultimately goes. I think is depended it upon what the next generation of nuclear looks like and what the price looks like and what that compares to other alternatives. I happen to think it needs to be in our nation's energy portfolio oil. It is carbon free. It's twenty four seven dispatch -able and very important to the grid health so I'm a fan of nuclear but I'm also a fan kind of other technologies if they can do the same job well. Let's talk about some of those other technologies how much solar and how much wind is xl planning to add in the next several decades well well. We're already been a win leader for the last thirteen years. I believe we'll continue that wind leadership as we start to shut down our coal plants or replace a lot of that was solar energy so in the middle the twenty twenties look for us to add about three thousand megawatts of solar and trying to put that in context for for your listeners but it would probably it'll ultimately represent probably about twenty twenty five percent of our energy mix we as we move towards twenty thirty. I had had the opportunity to visit a solar garden earlier this year out around Norwood Young America and one megawatt project. I think it took up about ten acres of land and I'm curious how are farmers and other landowners cities reacting to the growth of solar and wind in Minnesota. Is there any pushback on the land use there. There's always some on pushback on any technology I think but for the most part wind is been really embraced by the farming community because you can still farm the land and I've had farmers come. I'm up to me and all the states we serve and and and tell me that if it hadn't been for the wind farm we put on their their farm in the royalty stream that goes with that then they might not be in business so it's generally been popular. There are issues with it. Solar is a little bit different. I mean you can't really farm the land and you're right. It's very land intensive about six to eight acres. Here's for per megawatt. I think that's an issue that's more pronounced when you're closer into the Metro region because cities don't necessarily want to see their land be devoted to a solar farm. They'd rather develop it as you get further out into the more remote areas. I think we can we can bridge that concern
Doree and Kate Discuss Augustinus Bader Cream and Their Sephora Sale Purchases
"Hello and welcome to forever thirty-five a podcast about the things we do to take care of ourselves. I i hear and doria freer. Oh what a gentle gentle introduction. I'm you kate spencer. Yes you are. We are not expert. Nope nope nope just two friends who i'd like to talk a lot about serum and we're gonna be talking about some serum adjacent things today. Oh we're going to get right into serum yup serums. I will say i didn't purchase any serum. That's why i said serums et jason jason suggestion so jason's sir jason so jason. How's it going. I think i'm i mean i'm ready to dive in to serum okay. We should tell everyone what we're going to dive in. Okay sorry yes we we made some purchases at yield sephora sale tale yep and also i'm pleased to make the first ever i bought expensive skin cream announcement here on forever thirty five ready for it. Do i bought expensive skin cream agostino bader the rich cream for those of us who are not familiar with this cream. I know you you touched on it in a prior episode but let's give everyone recap. Here's the backstory. I've i've seen write ups about this cream on your usual spots around the internet and it's a it's a new cream year and a half. Yes and i also think it i i also came to my attention because eva chen mentioned it a hong when we interviewed her and i was like okay. My ears perked up a bit then a few people in my life revealed that they have been using it and have felt it to be life changing <hes> and so again. I was like okay a lifetime. You know you know how it is your ears start getting warm and then you feel you start to feel like you're seeing it everywhere. Yes and then and then and you google it. You read like a million. You know website fashion website articles about it. I've done this with products before then you then you go and look to buy it and then you see see what it costs in your life miller experience with vendors daughter which i use in like <hes>. Maybe i'm just your fancy. Maybe i'm just i mean. Maybe i'm the posh spice of this band that we're in. What am i the scary spice i mean. That's possible now. Would you be ginger. Maybe pave which spice spice girls' spice girl was thanking ninety seven so look i said to you hey tori. What if i tried this cream cream for the sake of the pod because the way the cream works. It's created by a german professor. Love the story of the cream. You're of course psycho. A german professor created cream for people dealing with a burn wounds which again that's the origin stories stories intriguing so said hey what if i bought this for the podcast for the pod as research or the listeners yeah not for me no not because because i want to try an expensive product but the waiters kate is doing this for years sacrifice. I am making so look and i said go ahead with a caveat but i'm going to put a caveat on this. Which is you must take a photo of yourself every day that you're using the cream because you're supposed to use the cream and only the cream for twenty seven days. This is true and i cleaned out all my products last night. It was actually kind of nice. I just had face suave and this cream and like my sunscreen contact solution in my cabinet. Like what a relief this is exciting. So have you started. I started at last night. I haven't seen picture will okay. I took one. I took one pre putting it on and then i haven't done my like round today. Don't worry all right coach it but i will say i did post a picture myself in a facebook group. One of our mom face christine and a friend was like your skin looks amazing so i don't know i mean doing like different to you and glowing. I don't i don't wanna be a skeptic about them. I want to believe in the power of the how much is it kate odor. Oh dory. It's too much one bottle that the bottle that i bought which is supposed to last twenty seven days schorr costs one hundred and sixty five dollars. Wow that's a spicy meatball or what yeah it's not something look if we did not heavy skin-care podcast and some shared funds stashed away. Hey where we can try products. Just say we have a slush fund slush fund for products of my own accord but it is a fun conversation topic totally podcast what i was gonna say. Is i feel like your skin has looked great like for a long time. I'm feeling good so while i want to believe even the power of this cream. This is why to take a photo every day. You want the proof because i want the pr. You're an investigative journalist. Look as one of my favorite contestants on the australian reality show instant hotel like to say my gosh. This went so far already the devil's in the details yup. He coined that phrase. He may take a photo every today and look. I don't think magic is going to happen but my but have you ever tried a buzzed about product product where you read like fifty articles. It's like i know ev articles like this changed my life and celebrity swear by and then you try it and it doesn't do anything like yes but i've also had the experience where something does do something like when i tried bill ashiq ricerche p fifty your sweet sweet baby used in quite some time because of pregnancy z. and childbirth essner saying yeah even though it's probably fine. I'm being like super paranoid but that i do think is like a pretty amazing product but yes. I hear you because you don't see when these celebrities are like. I tried this agustinus a spotter cream and look homeys. My skin is like they also have like meals delivered to their house. They have a personal trainer. They like facials every weekday shows every week they blazers yes everywhere so it's just like okay yes. The cream is great but like you also have so much else going on that is making your skin. Look amazing. Yeah yeah probably getting fillers bo talk like which is fine but like don't just all say it's the cream. It's like it's like when celebrities are like i i just you know i just do yoga and that's how i look like this right. I mean come on anyway. I'll get myself wow you. He just stepped on there. I like it. You are spicy today. I'm spiciest so that was my big purchase but then there was a sephora sale very recently. Yes and we should tell people that i had been sort of off the problem. The new product trained for quite some time live very off of it. Yeah i was just like i like what i like. I don't have the time or the energy to start exploring new products and then the sephora sale just real me the and i was like you know what i do. Self-care slash skin-care podcast. I might as well buy some stuff and check it out for the sake of the listeners that's right. You didn't do it for yourself for this. Podcast lists yeah <hes> do you and then you got some stuff. I squeaked in at the last did but you know what happened. I squeaked in the last day like eleven p._m. And then i forgot to use the code for fifteen percent. Oh my god has it ever happened to you where you're like. I'm gonna make big purchase because of a code and then you forget to use it yeah. I had a meltdown so i emailed sephora through their customer service link and the next morning i got the nicest reply from the person who was like we can't add the from a customer sales rep who simply can't add the code to your purchase because purchase already in the system so they added the equivalent of what fifteen percent off obt my purchase fifty percents off of my purchase to the to my account. That's also have this money sitting in my account. That never expires that i can use that i thought that was a very positive customer. Service secure safaris again and not a sponsor of this podcast. Just we're just fans just fan. So what did you buy in. This rebellious purchase plunged plunged. Let me break it down for you so i started with not one but two bottles bottles can what are they jars. No not jars jugs containers pieces of supergroup unseen unseen sunscreen bottles yeah but it comes in like a squeezy to be a two. That's the word you're looking for. I was looking for a two jug. Thank you know not a jug. I really like the sunscreen it goes on so smoothly it is unseen. It blends in really nicely. I use it on my arms and i'm keeping a tube tube of it on my bathroom counters. I remember to put it on my arms and hands. You put it on your face. Well i still use the japanese sunscreen sunscreen. Oh interesting okay but you cannot get safaris so i bought two of those. I also decided that i was going to do a little experiment with me. Solaire water <hes> controversial so what i i did was i bought three different ones one by cowardly one by tart and one by premera which i learned is owned owned by amaury pacific intriguing <hes> it's like they're you know cheaper clean brand. Oh interesting pursing so you're having it's like america's test kitchen but dory's test kitchen for toy story test bathroom does for me. What made you decide to go deep on me slur water well i was out of. I may slayer water which i didn't you know homey. Slur waters are not created equal. I they have a very deep reference for the bioter-. I know which they don't sell before <hes> i had been sort of dabbling. I have a have a travel the size of the bio dermot that i do really like <hes>. I've also really liked simple. I've tried the most recent one. I tried was laroche. Jose didn't didn't love it. I love the scent. I've also tried number. Seven boots number seven me slayer flare water which was fine. I just thought you know what let's mix it up so i bought these three last time. They used the primera. I liked liked it. It's a camomile missile cleansing water and it sounds yeah it was it did feel really nice so i'll i'll report back all of those <hes> the other thing that i was out of was a a day cream and i'd like to use a lightweight gel moisturizer i had been using the tart water gel essence moisturizer and and when i went i was like i like this heart water gel 'sorry tasha gotcha tasha water essence which i liked i mean i liked it enough. I think i recommended a newsletter but i was like you know all things being equal. I do think i liked the bio sants squally and probiotic joe moisturizer just a little better and then you know what i went onto sephora. The tasha was not being sold anymore mysterious odd so i bought another thing of the bioscience and then i thought you know what let me try this other. One by origins called jin zing zing oil free energy boosting gel moisturizer which which also comes in a mini version which i like so i could just sort of try it out. You got the mini. I got the mini. I tried tried this morning. It smells kind of orangey. It's a little thicker than i was expecting but a nice consistency and ice texture sure very smooth so i like it so far i mean i've used at one day so we'll see and then i got another one of my bare minerals primetime eyelid primer which is my favorite. That's an old hat but what's so funny is. I realized i always stock up on it. During the sales i wonder as much makeup purpose i used to so i went into the drawer that i keep like all my extra stuff like my stockpiles and i already had to well my gosh in there so i now now have three so. I need to remind myself that next time the sale
"sixty five dollars" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Got the R. V. look with a growing concern about a possible recession a new report by the Wall Street journal says that the decline and sale of luxury items like our vis could be a sign of declining economy the Chris Thornburgh founding partner of beacon economics doesn't think RV sales are telling us a whole lot about the health of the economy sorry did have it down here and in twenty eighteen and in this world where so many people are trying to convince us were on the edge of some massive downturn that just fits with that story and that's where they're making a big deal out of the US economy is largely driven by consumers and and the best way of predicting a recession is to look for stress that could cause a sharp slowdown in consumer spending and I don't see it the labor markets are tight wages are going out the debt levels are good Inc interest rates have been tumbling there's not one reason to suggest any kind of major pull back in consumer spending and that means an economy that can really push its way through all sorts of potential issues coming down the road and if so why are the sales down I would argue that the probably the best reason for that have to do more with our vis then the economy if you look at twenty seventeen numbers there was an explosion in sales over half a million units put that in context the previous peak back in two thousand six was about three hundred eighty five three hundred ninety thousand units that's a third more and you have to remember we talked about RV sales if you're not the these are additions to an existing stock so if you have that many are vis out there floating around competing if you will with this enormous use RV market well you may very well that a circumstance where right now there's just too many Arby's on the roads and you're going to have to see sales decline until to let stock works its way back down to a more sustainable level storm Burke founding partner of beacon economics twenty states are considering so called right to repair bills which would let people who smartphones are broken getting fixed to the third party repair shop without voiding their warranty see that senior managing editor Dan Ackerman on CBS this morning says under the new rules phone makers like apple and Samsung what after provide third party repair shops with actual parts from the manufacture not just apple but many other brands of the prices of the repairs and parts are just high enough that you consider buying a new one which is you know baked into the business model the federal trade commission's asking for public comment on the matter Tesla tried to spark it solar panel business by letting consumers rent rooftop solar power systems rather than by them Tesla CEO Elon musk and into the offered a series of tweets says it's open to residents of six states prices start at sixty five dollars a month in California fifty Bucks a month and five other states must exist customers to be able to cancel any time the test is website says that Sir there's a fifteen hundred dollar charge to remove panels and put the roof back to its previous condition the other states included in the deal Arizona Connecticut Massachusetts New Jersey and New Mexico.
"sixty five dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Concerts worship services and they're also packing meals for feed my starving children there was a like a block party in downtown Minneapolis has wrapped up with thousands enjoying the music from takes some Raz Hansen and more Tricia Lawrence and her husband Paul traveled from England to take part in the party Chicago is fantastic and we lights Wisconsin unlike which is good and in the offices of the C. very likely this weekend the couple spent most of the weekend seeing the city including the basilica of St Mary on Hennepin Avenue to raise money for its restoration but it looks pretty good in twenty five years the basilica block party has raised over five point five million dollars to pay for the basilica's restoration U. S. states and Canadian provinces have endorsed the plan to build up the fences on Ellen white water way in hopes of keeping invasive Asian carp from reaching the Great Lakes governor walls joined the region seven other governors in two provincial premiers and supporting the project the US army corps of engineers wants to block the path of Asian carp that takes the invasive species through the Brandon road lock and dam near Joliet Illinois the plan would use technology such as underwater loudspeakers electric cables an air bubble curtains to deter the fish for migrating between the Illinois river in Lake Michigan through Chicago area waterways the resolution urges Congress to appropriate funds for the project which is expected to cost at least seven hundred and seventy million dollars Adam Carter WCCO it's apparently never too early to start thinking about back to school Patrice a core explains summer isn't even half over but back to school shopping is upon us Bloomberg's Jordan Holman says Amazon's prime day began the move five years ago with its discounts in July and other retailers jumped in and pushed out the back to school shopping calendar season basically so now parents are thinking about buying items back to school in July compared to it August the earlier start means more shopping time and more spending retailmenot reports this year shoppers plan to spend five hundred seven dollars on average for clothing electronics another school related goods that's up from four hundred sixty five dollars last year and Holman says that includes brick and mortar trips by tradition of going into the store and I having your list isn't going away it's just extending the season and there's some items that you don't want to buy online you you want to still get some clothes in the store photos of the the times that people walking in Holman says about two hundred fifty companies are expected to offer competing Amazon prime day deals compared to a handful at the start from Bloomberg on Petry Sikora WCCO that's the latest from the WCCO news Romijn al shock WCCO when it is not until six in time to take a look at the forecast I tell you it is really been something tonight but thank goodness is ending in a good way I believe and tonight we could see some clearing skies to stay tuned here WCCO.
"sixty five dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is a Bloomberg market minute summer isn't even half over but back to school shopping is upon us Bloomberg's Jordan Holman says Amazon's prime day began the move five years ago with its discounts in July and other retailers jumped in and pushed out the back to school shopping calendar season basically allow parents are thinking about buying items back to school in July compared to it August earlier start means more shopping time and more spending retailmenot reports this year shoppers went to spend five hundred seven dollars on average for clothing electronics another school related goods that's up from four hundred sixty five dollars last year and Holman says that includes brick and mortar trips that tradition of going into the store and I having your list isn't going away it's just extending the season and some items that you don't want to buy online you want to still get some clothes in the store so those would be the time that people walking in Holman says about two hundred fifty companies are expected to offer competing Amazon prime day deals compared to a handful at the start the tree Sikora Bloomberg imagine imagine being denied an apartment because of your religion or your race because you have children or disability it soon yes but who has the power to stop this each of us has the power the law is on your side it's illegal for landlords to discriminate because of race color religion sex national origin disability or familial status if you suspect that you've experienced housing discrimination filed a complaint with so.
Oil Prices Surge to 6-Month High as US Gets Tough on Iran Embargo
"Oil prices surging EDNA reports the US will announce the end of waivers countries to import Iranian oil as part of a bid by the Trump ministration, the push Iran's exports zero as traders return from it. The long holiday weekend was Texas intermediate crude for may delivery, surging dollar and fifty cents this sixty five dollars and fifty cents a barrel on this past Thursday. The US benchmark west Texas intermediate crude for may delivery rose zero point four percent sixty four dollars a barrel only Birkenau exchange west Texas, oil prices rising zero point two percent last week which marked the seventh street weekly gained the longest winning streaks in a seven week rise in if they were a twenty eight twenty fourteen June. Brent crude the global benchmark Rowling dollar and seventy five cents seven three dollars and seventy cents a barrel. Last week the contract rose zero point five percents to seventy dollars in ninety seven cents a
Futures pull back ahead of earnings; oil stocks jump
"It looks like stocks are going to be opening lower today. Dow futures down fifty seven the s&p futures down seven points Halliburton reporting earnings today, Exxon and Chevron releasing earnings on Friday ease. The the delivers cannabis had technical difficulties on Saturday. Also known as four twenty the marijuana industries. Unofficial holiday. They had been offering free delivery from nine AM to two PM California time crude oil is dollar thirty five that's up two percent. Sixty five dollars thirty five cents a barrel. No trading in London today. Ten year treasuries at two point five six percent right now, the Dow futures down fifty seven NASDAQ futures down twenty
Pinterest, Zoom Shares Soar in Trading Debuts
"A I blockchain smart cities, the digital transformation happening now makes the seemingly impossible doable at Deloitte. We help clients harnesses powerful technologies to improve business and the world, Deloitte dot com slash look again. This is tech news briefing im Tanya boost does in the newsroom at the Wall Street Journal and over on Wall Street Pinterest and zoom rise in their trading. Debuts breaking down another big day as twenty nineteen lives up to its reputation as the year for tech IPO's more after these tech headlines. Samsung will look into what caused some galaxy fold phones issue to tech reviewers to malfunction casting doubts over the rollout of the industry's first mainstream foldable screen device despite multiple tech reviewers reporting problems Samsung pledged to make the galaxy full device available April twenty six in the US stating that there was no change to the release as the journal reported some tech reviewers encountered problems after unknowingly peeling off the top layer of the galaxy folds display effectively tearing off part of the phone screen believing. It had been a protective cover it is a hot topic of discussion you can see here and read more about it at wsJcom. Journal says Amazon is checking out of China's fiercely competitive domestic e-commerce market, the company told sellers Thursday that it will no longer operate. It's third party online marketplace on its Chinese website beginning in July, the decision marks an end to a long struggle by America's ecommerce giants in the Chinese market entering the Chinese market with great fanfare in the early two thousands only to struggle in the face of competition from China's faster moving internet titans. And it turns out that Qualcomm is bet on five G is paying off three more than two years of takeover threats, and legal strife, the chipmaker trained its focus on the future promises of five. G two promising results the success of Qualcomm strategy, accelerating spending on five G while staring down existential threats has pushed up the company stock thirty eight percent since Monday's close hitting highs not seen since twenty fourteen coming up it finally happened Pinterest and zoom make their trading debuts. Assessing more of a much hype tech IPO market after this support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation helping clients apply. Technologies like cloud an AI to their unique business challenges Deloitte got com slash look again. Tears of online image board, Pinterest and conferencing firm zoom video communications Rosen. They're trading debuts Thursday giving the IPO market a boost after the recent high-profile wobble by lift Pinter's stock opened at twenty three dollars and seventy five cents up twenty five percent from its initial public offering price and one of the most anticipated offerings of a year that may break records in terms of dollars raised shares of zoom opened up at sixty five dollars about eighty one percent above their IPO price here to break down a very big day. On Wall Street is the Wall Street Journal's Maureen Farrell joining us in the podcast duty. Oh comporting. Thanks for having me. So how does Thursday's big debut? How does it set the stage for the IPO market going forward? Because I don't know if you've heard, but there's a lot of excitement in the tech IPO's phys. I think it sets it up. Very well. I think a lot of other companies are looking at the performance of zoom of a Pinterest. And I think it's going to. People who are considering it maybe would probably want to go. If you see how well these two companies at least on their first day. And of course, who knows what happens from here, but these were solid two huge debuts. I mean, the pops of zoom in particular more than seventy percent, we rarely seen that that was kind of do a double take at that figure. I was like what does that normal? It's not definitely sort of this darker horse, and the running it seems how did it shape up other than the big jump there that we saw and how do you see it shaping of? I mean, the jump was crazy not only the first day pop. But when you look at it twenty seventeen January raised capital, it was you'd at a billion dollars. So even when it went public before the jump. It was went to ten billion dollars, which is crazy to see in just a little over a year from private to public. And then, you know, an ended the day up even higher so it's a an incredible debut. I think a lot of people in Silicon Valley know, the company they used. Videoconferencing software. But I think a lot of other, you know, the broader public didn't know it as well as Pinterest, but there's excitement and its revenue and financial profiles. Incredible. The growth is really fast. There's a substantial revenue already, and it has profits and Pinterest as well very attractive to investors during its roadshow. What in particular pop for Pinterest? I think and potential investors really liked the growth story. It's still growing a lot. It's losses or not as steep as a lot of other tech companies. They're narrowing they don't necessarily need the cash as much they're getting a much closer. I mean, they're still not profitable. But they're not burning a ton of cash is this unusual for two companies with multibillion dollar valuations to go public like this on the same day. What do we make of it? We've seen it before. But not a ton. And there they were on each exchange. Zoom was on NASDAQ Pinterest on the NYSE. I think it just shows how hot the market is. Runs kind of racing to get out there. So they're only so many days and having said that up next is Uber. What else do we have to look forward to? It's still early issue in the year mover. Other names, we hear about it around or slack post meets the delivery service, those alone, and they'll be tons more. But those are three of the big names like the buzzy est as of late Maureen Farrell, it's a busy day. Like, we said, and we appreciate the time. Thanks. Thank you for all the latest details on all things tech IPO's in twenty nineteen follow latest coverage at wsJcom that does it for the tech news briefing im Tanya boost does in the newsroom at the Wall Street Journal. Thanks for listening.
Jarrett Culver attempts to hurdle cameraman
"Uber is buying Kareem networks, which is a ridesharing business based in Dubai for just over three billion dollars. This is this is one of those things where it hasn't been finalized. But there are all kinds of reports out there. Uber's getting ready to go public and a few weeks, and they're just looking apparently lock off as much of the global market as they can be up before they got to get out there and really make everything bubbling entity and makes sense for fruit or to not this out pre IPO so they can afford. What they want to do is avoid some of the the skepticism or the questioning. The really looking at things under a microscope that meet we would probably do more of if his deal were announced post IPO. But yeah, I mean, we've got lift getting ready to go public Uber. We're going to be shortly. After really this. This market today is all about getting your network as big as it can possibly be. And then ultimately, I think down the road figuring out all of the different ways that you can leverage that network because it's more than just ride sharing. Now. I mean, it's ridesharing, obviously, there's food delivery. There's going to be something in regard to package delivery. You have to believe that'll that'll become a bit more permanent. Self driving cars are just down down the road here. Apparently. So I I think really it is getting out there becoming as big and global as you can. And then figuring out all of the different ways, you can leverage that big network you mentioned lift and lift is going public. This friday. They're looking. The numbers are staggering to me. He lift is looking to go public at a range of sixty two to sixty eight dollars a share they'll raise a couple billion dollars. I have no problem believing that they're going to be able to do this. The valuation right out of the gate. He's going to be somewhere in the neighborhood of twenty to twenty five billion dollars. And I I look at that. And I I wonder how many individual investors are going to get in on that in a big way because for all of our talk, and we talk from time to time about look stock splits. Don't matter. It's really how many slices a pizza. Do you want? Do you want eight or sixteen the size of the pizza doesn't change? And I get all that. But I think the gut reaction for a lot of investors, and I'm including myself in this is that initial price for whatever you think of the business to just think particularly with an IPO right out of the gate. I mean that's got to be intentional, right? That they're saying look, we only want people who are. Who are going to clear that hurdle? Yeah. I mean, I'm sure that they feel like the optics are better with as sixty or sixty five dollars share price as opposed to like a five or ten dollar share price. I mean, your your point is spot on though, it is really the size of the peace of the matters. And I mean when you look at these size of these two companies, I mean lift going in someone they twenty five billion dollar market cap. Uber talking about something like one hundred and thirty billion dollars or maybe a little bit more maybe a little bit less. But either way I mean, the Uber question is as the low hanging fruit already been picked. I mean, like how big a company like that get in the near term. I'm not not, you know, disputing its its potential there. But put you part of investing is looking at the time line and trying to figure out that risk reward scenario makes sense. And these businesses are massively unprofitable. So I mean, you have to take all the medic consideration. And yeah, I mean, I just I feel like they're not gonna have any problem selling the shares. But I would I would strongly encourage individual investors like the ones that we're talking to every day step back take
Oil edges higher on cuts to Saudi exports
"Oil futures moving low of after posting gains a day earlier pressured by news debt, Libya has reopened his largest oilfield in China Lord is economic growth forecast for the west Texas intermediate crude for April delivery, falling by twenty five cents to fifty six thousand thirty four cents a Bill on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Well may Brent crude losing zero point two percent to sixty five dollars and fifty seven cents a barrel. Only Europe exchange or raising a Monday as members of the organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries OPEC's and their allies to cut back on production levels, but trimming games as equities come under pressure and other energy trading. April gasoline rising zero point two percent to a dollar seventy five cents a gallon while April heating oil shedding zero point seven percent. Two dollars a gallon. April natural gas is down zero point three percent to two dollars and eighty five cents per million British thermal,
"sixty five dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Exclude forty four thousand dollars in pay only four which we're gonna but it brings up the question is era back insurance for sixty five dollars a year for the insurance won't cover area. That is it worth the product. Or is it under the category? I would I mean if you got insurance. Furnished the work is insurance that Darniche very work not as not nine will pay if ending on how it's cutted what the trauma is whether it's medically necessary offer death. Here's apparently is out of network that they're only four thousand forty four. Yeah, you're gonna have to push that. And and as you said fight that through. I mean, if he's got free health insurance, and you you I guess you could cover it with that. It's just it's. It's really a needle in a haystack situation. I mean, the number of times someone actually gets air back in your life. You know, you probably got your one done, you know. Unless he continues to fall out of tree stands. Oh my gosh. So what happened to him when he fell out? He was coming up into his tree, and they strap at the top of the ladder broke. And he read the letter going down and upside down. Ooh. Okay. And compounds actor by by phones, and all lower margins say surgery a hundred fifteen so in medical Bill far insurance has been great for everything,.
"sixty five dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Hasn't been men's and women's sixty five dollars. All cotton flannel. It's really cute it. That's right. I mean, that's kind of maybe the most iconic Minnesota, and you can get as many little state shapes as you want. But like getting a thing that sort of says it without saying it, I kind of like that. Yeah. It does. So and Spencer just opened his first brick and mortar in Saint Louis park. He has this whole family working there. It's just a really good vibe. When you go in there, and he's very community driven. He also has a give back component to his businesses. Well, and then I brought in something really fun. You guys I have millennial daughters. Twenty seven twenty eight. And they would love moon child naturals in their socking. Oh water. Which is what you're saying. This is like a local LaCroix. Yes. This is the local LaCroix because if my refrigerator's impact with LaCroix when they come home. Yeah. And she also has the glass straw Steph. That you were on what flavors are you having their lemon ginger? There's pineapple Serrano. There's a tart cherry basil. Yes. And lemon ginger. I mean that is that's didn't realize that. She had so many great flavors. Yes. She has great flavor. She's also at north local market and has her own website and pops up at every guy she is really making a Mark for herself. And actually, if you've got someone you're millennials would love to get some of that moon child sparkling water, and then these glass straws because you know, everybody is talking about the strikes you and what I like about these glass trusses that they're big enough. They're big and they're like big enough for you to get a dishwasher. Yeah. And you can put them in the dishwasher, so that you don't have to try to scrub out a straw. I like that idea. And then, you know, I think for all of us generational. We love a really good experience and people are really looking to holistic approaches to their health and wellness, and we have a wonderful young. Lady massage by Adrian, and she does she has a studio in savage Minnesota. Oh, I'm also going to be announcing several guest pop ups for three days that will come in north local market. She's going bring her massage care. Oh nice. And then she works with CB the oils ever. That's a big thing. The hemp store coming into the north loop. Do you know about that? I do not. Yeah. I just saw Adrian probably does Adrian s this our friend, Debbie esta? Yes. Her daughter, and she's just absolutely Fabulous So fun. So that's going to be there. The Visayan only there for from the nineteenth of December to the twenty. Okay. And then she does have a massage studio. She has gift cards on her website massage by Adrian, okay? And then we have the GATT about this is interesting about it, so cute just the cutest. This is another brand that gives back. It's called dog love repeat. Okay. And Christian Trudell has a website. She's also at all the pop ups and she is in north local market show. Her brand is based on local collaboration. So this is a collaboration with leather works. Okay. It's nice. And so it's like a fanny pack that goes around your waist, and then you've got the dog leash clips onto and it's real cute. So that is one hundred and forty five dollars and on her website. And then we have really cute if you're going to like the breweries in the summer. Yeah. And you're bringing the dog. Yeah. I like that. And then, of course, Hagen outs as just an all time favorite. These are. This is NICKY and Anna two sisters and some tools they do classes in their Newport factory. They are in for posted a mall of America. Hallmark stores. Patina? My north local market downtown. They're just everywhere. And so I brought in a tic TAC toe. Minnesota shaped game they also do this in a cribbage board cute in a ball toss. Yeah. All kinds of because we know during the holidays, those family games are so fun to right? Yeah. Just a little without the screens and having something fun to do with like your cousins and stuff. I love those and then the hat. I am wearing is called be the change. These are for you guys. Yeah. I'm gonna put my non so this is Houston white and Houston has Houston whites men's room. He's a local designer. Here's a store in north Minneapolis. Yeah. He is all about be the change with black excellence. Yeah. Really bringing his north community together. He has a barber shop in there. He has a coffee house got music jamming all the I mean, the vibe is just great in his his men's designs. You also has homegoods. He's just absolutely one of the locals that people should run to the store. Oh, cool. And he's he ever give back program to he does. You guys just passed away this. Oh, and he has a scholarship fund for young entrepreneurs. So we have a Facebook page and his website and all of those things. Okay. Okay. Back. Good focus. Then of course, we have urban undercover which is in the airport at north local market. Sarah Gerona started this brand years ago. It's all about travel adventure. It's really focused on women. She has the great cosmetic bag that. Yeah. Fun. That says you say layover, I say happy hour. Yes. Exactly. How that goes? Right. This rap I own this rap. I love this rap. The rap is absolutely amazing rap is a towel topper. No. For me. The rap is a it's like a it's like a shirt almost that's short in the back, but long on the sides, and you wrap it around yourself. Yes. Yes. Yes. Feel for traveling on playing. She's also got the towel topper. Oh. Taxi. Yes, if you are like, you get out of the shower, and you've got your on. It's this strap that holds it up. It's great. I love it. I absolutely love it. We've got time for one more. Okay. So then we have my are spoils of where which is a sustainable women shop on Selby avenue. I have the shirt on live local. I love it. Yes. And and she has just fabulous sustainable products. And and then we have poppy fund clothing. Yes. She's on grand avenue. Yeah. She was a fashion Appalachia. Yeah. We love pop get all my summer dresses, and she's another one who does all community things and very community driven, and I have her vest on. I love that. Yes. Check out the north market. You guys. I was here yesterday. There's lots of great vendors and their thumbs cookies accelerator camel company a lot of these makers to our podcast and west. So check at makers in Minnesota. If you want to hear the story of some of your favorite makers and Mitch it's been awesome. Thank you for coming in today. You guys thank you for having. And shop local you guys will be back. We've got some more gift ideas were the gift show sponsored by red Conrad rabbit on the weekly dish. We'll be back. 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"sixty five dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Throwing it away. So we school. This woman says it's for the best. I know you think. Nobody wants to get e-coli on thanksgiving ever. This is the third e coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce in the past two years. I'm Tim Maguire Indian police say an American missionary is believed to have been killed by an isolated tribe known to fire it outsiders with bows and arrows, they say seven fishermen have been arrested for facilitating the Americans. Visit the island where the killing apparently took place visits to the island of central are heavily restricted, the people. There are known to resist all contact with outsiders. President Trump is thanking Saudi Arabia for plunging oil prices. The president tweeted on Wednesday from his mar-a-lago club in Florida. It's great that oil prices are getting lower, and it's like a big tax cut the national. Crude benchmark has fallen under sixty five dollars a barrel from a four year high of more than eighty six back in October more from townhall dot com. Now play. What are you waiting for? Got to do. The movie event forty years in the making Greg skid stagers. Cree to will make the whole family stand up and cheer, Michael Jordan. We got together sisters to loft. For what? T- some material may be inappropriate for children under thirteen. Now. That's holiday you..
"sixty five dollars" Discussed on KSRO
"There sixty five dollars each so what one hundred thirty dollars or so worth of tickets that we are giving away at the end of garden talking. You do need to get on with a question or comment doesn't have to be anything profound. But something that shows that you're generally interested in gardening and not just calling to win the tickets as we can determine that. And will wag our fingers were you won't be able to see us wagging. Our fingers. But we will do that. So I was mentioning things that we are planted in the garden, they were planning on planting in the garden and. His for his color. Well, here's what we we ended up getting was violas because they do really well, the Delft blue violas those pretty little violas day the annual ones annual. Okay. So they'll be blooming through the winter, and they'll Peter out in the summer, but that we always happy happy little color. There's another one called sorbet fire o fire. Yeah. That's a new one. That's a new one. That's why we got the new survey pretty name so Viollis early and then chrysanthemums which seemed always do well in our garden. I think we got a couple of different ones. What was I don't remember the names of the chrysanthemums? We got okay, general chrysanthemums, and then got mum's. That's what chrysanthemum moms chrysanthemums. And then we got. Rebecca. Okay. Perennials. Now that'll probably Peter out blooming now. And then they'll kick in later. Oh next year late spring early summer, the summer bloomer to fall, and then we'll make it dies down. Yeah. Well, there are a few that are annuals. And then there are a few that a perennial self Dino, which when you got. Perennial male. Gold trim. Yeah. Exactly. Okay. Yeah. That'll die down in the winter. You'll probably still have some greenery towards the bottom base of the plant. Okay. And then it'll kicking again in the spring. Okay. Well, that's pretty much sun full sun all day long. We've got all let me write makes Folsom all day can take it wants it wants it. It can take it. And then why don't we grab a call from Pat? She's calling from Windsor, California. This morning welcomed garden talk live at chaos, art. Hi, pat. What can we do for you? I was I just tuned in about six fifteen minutes ago. And when you were talking about planting the winter vegetables, Glenn you were talking about carrots and beets. Now, are you talking about putting the actual seed in the ground or planning them from starts at this point with root vegetables? It's best not to buy plants because you disturb their route, which is what you're trying to grow. And sometimes they don't do the best. I mean, if you if you're lucky they do. Okay. So it is best to start from seeds with root crops. So yes, I'm talking about selling some seeds, and I'll put some frost cloth on the top of them. So the birds don't come and get them direct show direct sell. Yeah. And you know, if I'm pretty late in sowing the seeds the beats can handle it. They can handle the cooler weather the carrots, like the warmer weather. So it's a good time right now to get those in the ground. If you are short on time about what to do. And then later on you can put the Beatson you can also put some hoop tunnels over them. You know, what the greenhouse plastic to make a little I do the hoop tunnels all summer with the the bird clot the block stuff. Okay. To keep the matter the lettuce. Okay. That works fine. Okay. But on comes indirectly that worked very well this past summer for me. Okay. This cloth that you're talking about. It's green you said the frost cloth is white white. But the greenhouse clot. It's a plastic the greenhouse plastic so that that keeps in the soil. So it keeps the soil temperature a little bit warmer. So the carrot seeds will germinate faster just germinate in general because they like do you lay it directly on top of the soil? Not the greenhouse plastic. Got gotta get some, you know, little hoop things. And then you make your tent over. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Okay. I'll I'll I haven't done winter before I just close them down. But I may give it a shot to start small go with a few things. And and you know, you can head to your favorite nursery and buy some little six packs are like Steve did a little four inch pot three inch pot of individual kale's, and collards and lettuces and write all that stuff. And then you can have like one or two of each and but start small and then when you get going then you can expand next year. Thanks, pat. I have another question. Okay. I in my flower garden, I have a salvia the mystic spires. Okay. Which are would just beautiful. I mean, the color is so dramatic, and I put them with Shasta daisies. And it looks really beautiful. They have been in about two years. Now, maybe pushing three they've gotten sick. And I Don online and looked about pruning when I get various stories one is tropical wall down to the base. Okay. The other is just go down to the green leaf some cut the flower off. What do you think I should do? You can go all the way down the stem as far as you can go and cut the stem off like you do with the Panthers or any other tall spikey plant go down as far as you can and cut it off. And then leave all the green leaves. Now, you say go down as far as you can you mean after the flower? Yeah, after they finish flowering, just go all the way down the stem heading towards the plant the base of the plant and just cut it. So I'll just have nothing there. I'll just have the just the green leaves. And then they'll kick in the flowering in the springtime. Okay. Yeah. These are about three foot two and a half. Three foot tall flowers are probably about a foot of that. Yeah. Yeah. Just wait until they finish flowering. They've they finished. Okay. Yeah. So now cut off the flowers is what you're saying down to the green leaf all the way down the stem. Yeah. Just cut it. So you get rid of it because that flower stem already flowered Negra year, if you left it alone is just going to be a dead stem. Oh, I get you. I understand you're now I didn't quite understand. Now. I understand we hope we hope that. How can thank you. Okay. Thank you. Thanks for calling talking with you. Let's chat with Miley for a minute or two before we take a break Miley. Welcome to garden. Talk. Live at chaos auto high. Good morning. I am actually heading over to harmony for their cover crops discussion this morning, and I I have a feeling that they're gonna talk more of the biodynamic side of it. So my question to you guys is I'm in west Petaluma, and I want to do a cover crop between my apple trees, and I just have a challenge with the best turned to put that cover crop in one year. I put it in and I sprayed spread it with the cedar. And it does fabulous another year. I put in one hundred pounds, and I got to flowers. That could have been weather related. You know, why what what was it that you spread out that you only got two flowers of I did an SBA mix from Lebel from Balladur's OSB. Yeah. It's a combination of that, Tim clover. And. That being. Yeah. Okay. That could have just been weather related. That's it. You know? It's too rainy or too cold or something. And then it didn't flower and the Dow is this area out. And does it get more sun than shade? Okay. Full sun. So it wasn't a sun issue. The watering it didn't matter. So a lot of things, you know, just depends on our environmental conditions, and I blame the weather so you can. Go ahead. You can try it. Again this year. And you know, and and keep your fingers crossed that something happens. You know? But it's all right. I tried to play a bit like a day or two before the rain. That's good. Good. That's perfect Miley. Yeah. That's what I would do, and, you know, also watch out for birds to because they'll go out there and start picking out all your seeds, and you know. Half your seed that you is gone. Okay. So yeah. Good luck with that one hundred pounds of see that's a lot of seat. Yes. If you learn anything interesting, if the harmony event, give us a call if you have a moment either today or next week, tell us us up if there's something new that you learned. Fantastic. I'll do that. Okay. Thank you. We'll be back after this weather every ten minutes.
"sixty five dollars" Discussed on Don Talk
"Sixty five dollars a month for each megabit per second of download speed while the people that have the higher speeds pay roughly about sixty cents per megabit again sixty five dollars a month for each megabit per second of download speed versus those that have access. To the higher speeds. Pay on average around sixty cents per megabit. Now, Verizon told ours that it is quote one of the one or two single largest investors of capital in the country, and we don't ignore rural areas with those investments. For example, early in the year, we announced our participation in New York state's New York broadband program to deploy fiber to over fifteen thousand homes in rural, upstate New York. Verizon also pointed to separate plans to bring broadband to another fifty thousand customers in New York, whereas AT and t. noted that DSL networks have quote, higher cost of maintenance and fewer subscribers than its fiber to the node in fiber to the home premises. And I can back that up because the reason why you saw these companies go with something like DSL, even though DSL speeds cannot match cable speeds. Indefinitely cannot match fiber like. Connect fiber or even fiber to the home fiber to the node. Is because they, they spent so many years putting this infrastructure in place and they didn't want to go through the extra cost of building on top of it. Whereas most cable companies really didn't have a choice, they they couldn't take the existing cable infrastructure and make cable modems work over that. So they, they had to drive the fiber in to the the geographical locations, like the neighborhoods they had to get that fiber closer to the neighborhoods, which is the reason why all the way you know the late nineties up until well, even today you still have cable systems are called HFC. That's hybrid. Fibre Co. ax fiber comes from the head end drives out deep into the neighborhoods goes into what's called a node. That node is a powered device that then converts that light to our f- signals. And then it is sent out. Out over co ax throughout the neighborhood and into the homes. Now fiber to the node or fiber to the home. Rather technology extends out even further like at my house. I actually have fiber that comes up into what we always called a mini node, or a micro note is actually Micra node because there is a sing as many note is not the same thing. So it pushed that fiber connection, even deeper, even closer to the home by putting it right on the side of the house. And the cool thing about this technology is it's all passive. The only active electronics are at the head infacy and they're at the house. Whereas in an HFC system, you've got a node. You've got a line extenders and you got amplifiers in every damn bit of that requires power. It's all active electronics with passive, optical networking pawn, which is is what fiber to the home actually is. Is or are fog are f over glass. You don't have to worry about that. The biggest thing you gotta worry about is backhoe you know, tearing up the fiber now, the democra- node or the are fog unit at the house does have to be powered. So you got that. And of course you got all the laser equipment and everything at the head in. So that's the reason why cable company started doing that, but you have to keep in mind as no you, you know, because you're an intelligent audience that the telephone infrastructure far far predates cable television infrastructure. So they've been entrenched for many, many, many years. Now they've had to make subtle changes. They've had load balancing issues and things like that to make DSL work. But in areas that they do not have any direct competition, they are not going to do one step beyond what they absolutely have to do to continue to provide a service that doesn't get in trouble with the federal. Government because the telephone companies are regulated and they don't care if they're not giving you the fastest speed. If if they are your only choice and all you can get fifteen megabit my heart goes out to you because that absolutely sucks. And I hope that either you can move or maybe a competitor will come in because that's what happened here in Tiffen in various other places throughout Georgian..
"sixty five dollars" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Payments what's it cost how much two thousand sixty five dollars so you wanna know who benefits the benefit is not in in the benefit is in the the fees that are made subsequent lots of times people don't even want these properties yeah there's no interest who would want this if you look at the locations property nobody would want it let me stop you for a second remind everybody you're listening to wbz newsradio at issue i'm political editor craig delamore my guest is cook county treasurer maria pappas let me talk to you about you've been have you been pushing for legislation to give property owners more time for this to have a house that gone i fell on deaf ears i'm more i wrote more letters than you know the chug kogyo tribune has egg so so is it it can are is there anything else that elected officials can do at the county or the state level level to help ease this problem i think i'm gonna do an oped piece and maybe say you know listen up let's try and get this done let's revisit it talked to the president you know i don't have my own lobbyists in springfield because there's a rule that you know only the county can have lobbyists so i've got you know you gotta ruffle feathers and screaming shelton holler and whatever but you know when i came in twenty years ago you don't remember this but there were four hundred thirty african american churches on that tech ceo list because they didn't know how to get exemptions there's not one church on that list you talked to any minister out there there's not one church on that list they are all exempt now that's a big deal for me is is that because of activity i know you've been working with community groups you've been working with automatic offices is no we went we went and help them get the exemptions that their tax rate tax exempt status once its tax exempt status there's no there are no taxes to pay but what would happen was they didn't have tax exempt status so they weren't paying the taxes and then the tax buyers would come in and grab him it would make a habit of going in and grabbing churches okay so what's going to help regular people the the the year average senior citizen who is sitting on property is probably the most worth wild thing in their in their lives what would really help them is there is a a state program i think that i would recommend which we have two or three thousand people in it's the senior citizen deferral program and i like that programme because if you're senior citizen and you want to defer your taxes you can apply to our program i think in in february if to make i think it's like under five thousand or something a year in your taxes are deferred until your death which is great means you take the money you vacation and when you when you die it comes out of your state and the kids don't get it means that means spend your kids money now the senior citizen it's called hello pappas wants.
"sixty five dollars" Discussed on Rocket
"Supported him it's not even about the sixty five dollars this bill that flew in from hawaii and got hotel rooms for several days these are people know young people definitely golfers that was the thing is that in what his his first partly goes into is that you know he was and i'd watched him kind of like on an instagram and some other stuff like he seemed to be really into this because people weren't blaming him like ever but because he'd been associated with this and because he was going to be doing a meet and greet and he doesn't do those things a lot of people who are big fans of his we're like well i wasn't going to go to connor or i wasn't going to do this but because shane's part of this i'm going to to to go i want to be part of it and and so that was he was really affected by that so yeah you're right the first part i thought it was really it kind of hits it home where is easy it is for the rest of the drama which is amazing to kind of like make fun of all that stuff like these these are young people who love love love love these creators the same way that that i loved you know like celebrities when i was younger the differences i never had a chance to meet rod pitch like they feel like they have a personal one on relationship with youtubers that's me is what's so different about the youtube kind of generation thing is that they're not really famous people and they don't have the same money but in but but the level of fame is kind of the same in terms of the importance the difference is like the ideas like it's approachable you know what i mean when you can you you can approach them and talk to them and take photos do meet and greet and do that stuff which you just you don't have with with other celebrities that i want to say for reference so tanna maggio has three million subscribers in shane dawson has fourteen million and he never does as you said he never like goes out to meet people so diab of those fourteen million people who may have been around for like all the billions of years he's been on each they rivera excited so he did he did feel some responsibility for hit the fact that his name was on event that turned out to be google which he wasn't involved in planning it he just said oh yeah i'll show up to my friends convention bryant yes in the face one suddenly stakes is like bringing in two women young women their mega fans of his that like show off their some earns and twelve hundred breitbart like alex jones conspiracy as a whole i love it delicious it's it's part to where i was transfixed in sound i think you're the only person on earth that can do part to just got to do it but describing god so so part when he's talking to the fans he talks on the phone to tanta but we don't see her part two he contacts the ceo of the company that was supposed to be organizing tennakon good times entertainment owned by one michael waste who turns out to be twenty one years old oh yeah we should point out shane is almost thirty but tanna is twenty jesse just turned twenty she just turned twenty and this this this michael guy is twenty one so you're starting to see why this event may not have gone well offense per to talking to michael about this event which basically the aiken some of the conversation is saying michael saying i don't wanna throw tanna under the bus also going to learn car under the bus what but in vaping a lot a lot and a yes and yeah vaping ton and i don't wanna throw under the bus but i'm gonna lose my house now this house which there's a video of it on on youtube someplace this this palatial mansion that no twenty one year old should ever have mum who's not justin bieber or whatever you know what i mean like i it's just it's beyond so yeah he he's yeah so he's basically tailing.
"sixty five dollars" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Fine sixty five dollars but depending on how fast you're going you're fine to be more than that to moines police are investigating a shooting that took place about a block from the police station on saturday night when they arrived they found a woman with a gunshot wound in the parking lot of club elite on east second she is expected to survive a man who took off in a car too high rate of speed and hit a parked car was taken into custody police say they found a handgun on leonardo castle janos they also found evidence of narcotic sales so he was arrested on that count and has not yet been charged with the shooting our top national story this morning the president is calling for faster deportations over the weekend he tweeted that when someone comes into the uso legally quote we must immediately with no judges a court cases bring them back from where they came ms nbc legal analyst danny cevallos says that's probably not going to happen removal proceedings are not subject to the full spectrum of constitutional protections but immigrants do have a fifth amendment right to due process that due process means they must be able to at least state their case in an immigration proceeding well it's a big day for women in saudi arabia mark mayfield reports the conservative kingdom ended its ban on female drivers the last in the world at midnight on sunday the lifting of the ban is part of a series of changes championed by crown prince mohammad bin salman who has been pushing hard to diversify the nation's economy and to bring on social reforms saudi arabia estimates it will have three million licensed female drivers by twenty twenty a rat in india has robbed a bank officials with india's largest bank say a rat eight twenty four thousand dollars worth of indian rupee notes inside of an atm machine the atm was apparently out of order for a few days now we know why and when technicians opened it up they discovered no rupees but a dead rat so he didn't get away with the crime this time get breaking news and severe weather on facebook click like whol radio facebook page it's eight thirty four jim brown has the latest on you drive this morning from the traffic center from the.
"sixty five dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Sixty five dollars and seventy three cents the yield on the ten year treasury two point eight five percent and we've seen a lot of strength in the chinese currency the off shore cna trading at six twenty five thirteen and the onshore at six twenty six forty one of the things that we've noticed with the chinese yuan of latest capital outflows have steadied and with dollar weakness most of the asian currencies for twelve minutes now before the top of the let's get over to san francisco ed baxter's there and he has the top story he said okay brian thank you kim jong un reportedly in beijing this first trip since taking power comes as plans are being made for him to meet with south korean president moon and possibly us president trump worldwide now more than one hundred russian diplomats have been expelled australia just order to i sixty today from the us this in response to the chemical attack in britain stormy daniels has filed suit against donald trump's personal attorney for defamation she's requesting a jury trial the white house says today the president doesn't believe her assertions on tv last night that she was threaten ftc is investigating facebook's privacy practices with the wake of the cambridge analytica personal data release mark zuckerberg also invited a testified before congress vietnam's prime minister flynn wants to expand renewed version of the transpacific partnership trade agreement to include the us and other countries to drive economic growth and to fight protectionism this is a nikkei report and let's see era zona is now in suspending any autonomous testing by uber and the state saying that the safety precautions were not taken those that it expected global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg julia all right thank you so much edge we are joined hong kong studio now by franklin senior portfolio manager global multiasset at coining asia pacific he is here to talk about the impact of course of donald trump's tariffs on global and asian markets mark thanks so much for coming into our hong kong studio of course we have seen initially quite.
"sixty five dollars" Discussed on Android Central Podcast
"So that is my pick the coarser case seventy rapidfire mechanical keyboard is down to sixty five dollars refurbished at new egg goes for about one hundred twenty dollars new so that's pretty good deal and as i've found new egg always has decent quality refurbish product so thank you as always drifter first supporting the show if you want to find out about all the latest deals you can go to thrift your dot com or senate for their newsletter and you'll get your specialized deals in your inbox every day here's your update they were purchased by amazon in 2010 the lagow so no wonder that it has been that outdoing route they've just incorporated somehow even still around i don't quite understand this but i don't know who knows all right so let's go back to sue cs announcements andrew this was something you were really excited about android auto is even more useful with google assistant and wireless but i'm pretty sure android auto had google assistant and was wireless compatible before i'm the that i i'm i'm not why his jarrett's if it are like it was yes assistant was pretty much there it just wasn't feature complete enough for guler call it assistant so it did a lot of the same things already you as is typical for google they kind of just iterating add things without making like a major announcement and then every once in a while they roll it all up and say it's google assistant now we saw this and many different products.
"sixty five dollars" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"You might be looking at closer to sixty five dollars a month so whatever that payment objective is you can divide that by sixty five of you are doing is there a down multiply by ten and there you go that's how much you can afford in a mortgage or in an actual purchase price next is property taxes how property taxes compared to other areas in the property in other neighborhoods that you might be looking at most people don't realize that your taxes are actually the actual property taxes are not just based on the assessed value of your home only forty to fifty percent of taxes are based on the assessed value of your home the remaining of it is based on levies and things that are being voted for with in uh that community so your neighborhood your schools in your park said so once you are a homeowner it's why it's really important to pay attention to those levies that you're getting to make sure you understand out of things that you're voting for it how it's going to affect her actually property taxes transportation i'm really important to have out on your list as well to decide how important it is for you in your commute to work now what i encourage as that you actually mixture huge rive make that dr during the business hours that you're going to be committing so taking that drive on the weekend when you work monday through friday really isn't going to get a a good idea of what that can be it's going to look like obviously if you get outta to out in the area further away your most likely going to be able to get a butter home um if you're working in seattle and you're buying in uh the south and you're going to have a much better deal but what a commute that would be now we'll tell you you can use your commute server some of your personal time to get educated motivated and inspired that's what.
"sixty five dollars" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Four hundred seventy eight thousand six hundred sixty five dollars well you can knack interesting thank you and i cannot hold eight horn from a grand company has the drug companies name on it i could quote might like that are prescribing habit eye eric louis uh final an and tragic that we have the hypocrisy either we have our from the kondracke kind of make their own world and then make the roles iraq iraq you and i have now in for a long time that a huge factor in registration in the lobby and by the time teary bear kit icu at a time berry the average mayor non three uh is not are digging b empathy fact every if you will and i think they have an inherent under meaning that trump is now right but when you put down an actually looked at it pauline well you know trump identify this issue of this money being laundered to insurance companies as a huge problem in fact congress had seen a disease problem as you mentioned right and filed a lawsuit many many months ago that obama administration was trying to block well it's interesting dr jury corsi who's a phd economist who worked for wnd and now i think he's in washington bureau chief for for worst he had an analysis and i have checked it out and he's on the target that three hundred billion dollars over the past several years was laundered from taxpayers into the pockets of insurance companies across the country and here's here's the kicker here so the question is worded than three hundred billion come from well remember when in back in two thousand eight when the government took over the mortgage business with fannie mae and freddie mac mmm every that's what all came from and in addition others a phd economist at michigan state arm and have in the show a couple of weeks marks get more sat down with him of this past week and.