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"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Free talk live. call in. Talk about whatever's on your mind. We do here on free talk live. It's mark with you. Fat and tyler. The number six zero three two eight three six one six zero six zero three two eight three six one six zero bearing the beautiful white mountain state of new hampshire. Can i just say real quick. I still jam out to rebel. Inks intro to every new segment that we really did get some good Clips from them only apple. They're so good. Yeah they're so awesome for letting us do that We had to pay. We paid them a one time fee rather than like over and over and over again So you know one time fee and we get to rock out. There are still bob my head to it every time. Yeah and i think that we probably never paid attention to the monetization of our youtube channels. And i think that we continue to whenever we do manage to get youtube video back out there. And they haven't banned us For medical misinformation which happens over for because we say covid nineteen and then they ban us. Don't say the word. I'm not giving any in from any medical information but we said the word and that was a well. Let's appeal it at no time. Yeah we build it. And they said no But i mean you know. They may be getting some residuals off of youtube. It was up there for some time. But i think youtube. I think that that has been swung against our neck. This point and we're figuring out Ways to handle it if there was an alternative to youtube library indeed. Well it's it is but it isn't. It's huge platform youtube. So i'll take it when i can get but i can't get it too often. These days bitcoin dot com is the best source for learning about crypto currency. Ladies and gentlemen just hit an all-time highs sixty four thousand dollars per bitcoin. It's probably time you oughta go there and click on get started at the top of the page and if you are a knowledgeable crypto user check newsday dot bitcoin dot com. We just read a story from them last night. News dot bitcoin dot com a regular. Bitcoin dot com click. Started gets to get started. It's the coin. Dot com is your source for getting a wallet app mining trading and all the latest crypto currency news and a slick and easy to use website. It's that easy. You just gotta go there. Check it out so here. In the white mountain state new hampshire's mask mandate will in friday and it won't be renewed. The governor says the governor's faced a lot of pressure over this and good for him for finally letting people decide what they should be able to do in their business bad for him for deciding what people should do their business up to that point right. It's none of these people's business they're just people someplace telling you what to do. And you know it's your business. You should be able to decide coming out of germany. now this is from dwi dot com german courts. To overturn all lockdown measures. Germany has entered a new partial lockdown that raises important questions about basic rights. So could So could courts potentially overturn. The lockdown. Open all restaurants again. German courts are dealing with a major rise in legal complaints complaints against Government lockdown measures. Because people know they don't do anything well they do a lot of negative stuff. Oh yeah well. i'm sorry. This article talks. It has to do with the fact that like this is psychologically damaging to children to send them to school and treat them where they can't touch other kids and they can't go out and play and they can't have any fun insane it it's really it's really crazy. And they they basically been saying up to this point that we're gonna put you under house arrest without habeas corpus and you're gonna live with it yeah and courts are now beginning to say Not so much. Yeah certain countries starting to wake up i mean. We had belgium like two weeks ago. When i was on the show we talked about. They got rid of their lockdowns. I know england started to get rid of their lockdown. Search any prepared to. I've i've talked to people that live over there and said they are actively preparing to get rid of their lockdowns to people are starting to wake up our courts are. Are you know brewing against because this is the idea that that that's been out there is that everybody believes this way and they don't know most americans most people in the world do not believe that this stuff is a good idea. In the great barrington accords. Coming out and doctors saying this is dumb and the idea that every other illness every other mental difficulty everything is subservient to covid which has a ninety nine percent survival rate if you got diagnosed with cancer with ninety nine percent survival rate. Would you do anything to change your lifestyle new. You know you just continue on doing whatever you did because well you're probably survive. You might be part of the one percent that doesn't it's lower than that but the case may be i just had covert. I lost fifteen pounds and five days. Go jumps wait. I think for most people. It's like a severe cold. It was a yeah it was. That's what it's called it more like the flu shot. I know you're not. I know you're not supposed to say flu. And covid in the same breath because otherwise you support orange hitler now of course And because that's what trump said it was going to be like a bad case of the flu and you know you look back at these numbers and he was exactly right. I don't know what he was wrong on No he was just set it in ways that made the people really unhappy but they were happy with him beforehand. Man bad bad. It's so ridiculous orangemen haircut worse the haircuts not great. You know. I mean and and now you got geriatric jesus. I'm hoping that such a great job. I really protecting us all everyday. He's he's out there holding holding the line against the chinese. Been those kids for the kids. Yeah i mean i. i can't see how in the world anybody could be excited about biden other than he's not trump. I can see why you're excited. He's not doing the same things he wants to build the wall you know. And it's the same. And he's and he's like he's still being aggressive against china when it comes to trade. I mean at least as far as posturing goes but more against russia more so against russia. Yeah like it was never about trump's policy it was because orangemen bad and he says mean things to people and that's that retarded looking to believe you awful and now all these news agencies are laying people off because no one watches the news anymore. Said to me is good for the media absolutely. They're stunned this point. Once cove is gone. Then what are they going to deal. Yeah because there's nothing to look at anymore. I i forget weeks on end to look at the cova. Deaths that the cdc. I was watching daily deaths. Were at the cdc. Were now below at least the threshold that i had for excess deaths so It'll be i i. It's going to be weeks before you can say fundamentally were below the excess death numbers but Basically we're back to normal. Yeah and i mean you know what no everybody's acting like it's gonna be a fourth surge a fourth surge of illness. There was a third search. Yeah did that happen there addison. Third search was honestly the worst as far as debts went. You know i were so shell shocked. I kind of caught lake tyler. And i were both really really early to market on whole kobe night. We were looking. We were watching the chinese stuff melting down in dallas that was december early early to mid december of two thousand nineteen. Does anyone remember all.

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Scientists Have Found Some Truly Ancient Ice, But Now They Want Ice That's Even Older

Environment: NPR

05:16 min | 1 year ago

Scientists Have Found Some Truly Ancient Ice, But Now They Want Ice That's Even Older

"It's chilly across the country today. Highs of just fifty eight in miami and sixteen in minneapolis which makes minnesota colder than an arctic as mcmurdo station but the cold weather doesn't last forever in the twin cities and in antarctica. It does ice their last hundreds of thousands even millions of years and as npr's nell greenfieldboyce reports that makes an arctic the perfect place to find some of the oldest ice in the world. Just how old is the oldest ice. On earth john higgins says. Nobody really knows you know. Would i be surprised at this point. We had five million-year-old is i mean. I'd be surprised. But not it's not unfathomable i think he and some colleagues recently collected ice samples in antarctica. That were later analyzed and shown to be as old as two point six million years. It's beautiful stuff when you pull out. The is it. Essentially as crystal clear accepted filled with tiny bubbles the bubbles contain air from when the ice formed and this trapped air is what scientists are really after higgins says if you want to understand how gases like carbon dioxide have affected the climate throughout history. You know you can't really do better other than getting a time machine and going back in time and taking an air sample then using these ice cores which physically just trap samples of ancient air to release that ancient air. All you have to do is melt the ice. That's the sound of a research camp manager in antarctica making drinking water by melting scraps of two hundred thousand year old ice in a metal pot to actually collect an analyze the release gases however ancient is has to melt in a lab. Sarah shackleton studies old princeton where she gets to watch the trapped air bubble out and that is something that i don't know if i'll ever get sick of watching. It's actually like pretty mesmerizing and one thing. That's released surprising every time to muse. Just how much gas is actually in the ice. She says it's a lot and samples from time. Periods undergoing past climate changes could be used to help make predictions about the future. One of the biggest questions in terms of kind of the modern warming and look anthropogenic. Climate changes helmich warming. Do should we expect with the amount of co two that we have in the atmosphere now. Antarctica has been covered by an ice sheet for at least thirty million years. But it's actually pretty hard to find really old ice. John gooch is a geologist. At the university of minnesota he says while snowfalls constantly add new layers of ice to the top of the ice sheet the oldest layers at the bottom can disappear. That's because of geothermal heat coming up from the ground so the rocks are giving off heat of slowly over time and so that has the potential to melt ice at the bomb. Still bits of super old ice like that two point six million year old sample can sometimes be preserved at the ice sheets edges the older snippets of ice. That we've been able to find come from places where the ice has flowed up against a mountain range and been exposed at the surface in those spots though. The ice can be all jumbled up and messy. It's not nice layers that have been laid down sequentially over a long continuous stretch of earth's history to get a neatly layered ice sample like that. Scientists need to drill straight down through the thick icesheet so far the oldest ice collected that way goes back eight hundred thousand years. Gooch says the goal now is to drill down a couple of miles to reach ice. That's older a million to two million years old whether or not we'll be able to find it at the bottom of the ice sheet where we can recover a relatively simple continuous record. Is i guess. That's the sixty four thousand dollar question at team from china has drilling underway a group from europe. We'll start in november. What everyone wants is i-i samples that cover a key time period about a million years ago. When there was a dramatic shift in the planet cycle of ice ages. Those had been coming every forty thousand years or so but for some reason that pattern ended and it changed to every one hundred thousand years instead unto us working on climate. That's a really big deal. Eric wolf is a climatologist with the university of cambridge in the united kingdom. It's a really big question as to why that change is fundamental tower climates. Work in a way you could say. We don't really understand today's climate. If we don't understand why we live in one hundred thousand year will draw the forty thousand year world. The coronavirus pandemic basically ruins the arctic research season. That would've been happening now but starting next fall researchers will be backed down there searching for really old ice nell greenfieldboyce npr news.

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A potential bureaucratic dispute could slow down the birth of 5G internet

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:19 min | 2 years ago

A potential bureaucratic dispute could slow down the birth of 5G internet

"The US needs a five G. Network that much everyone agrees on. This is the network that would allow things like fully self-driving cars Internet. That's a hundred times faster. But it turns out. There are a couple big questions not fully resolved in Washington I who should build and operate parts of this network and second who's responsible for giving up the airwaves that it would run on. We point this out because the FCC's looking at auctioning off some of the government owned electromagnetic spectrum. So companies can use it for five G. and at the same time. The Department of Defense is looking at leasing out some of that same spectrum. So I asked Craig Moffett analysts for telecom and media research for Muffin Nathanson. Who is in charge here? That's the sixty four thousand dollar question. Historically, the FCC has always been in charge of spectrum at least for commercial purposes. What's been proposed here is unusual in that the Department of Defense is suggesting something that is a bit of a hybrid, build their own network that they would then make available through some mechanism to commercial carriers, and that starts to crossover fairly clearly into the commercial sphere. Will this all sounds frankly dysfunctional. You have two major government agencies not on the same page over how to govern a piece of technological real estate. What are the consequences of this situation yet look dysfunctional doesn't begin to capture. It seemed fairly clear that the dod didn't know what the FCC was doing that the FCC. Didn't know what the DOD was doing and that parts of the dod didn't know what other parts of the Dod we're doing. Dysfunctional. Is being polite. It is a mess. There is this on again off again conversation over whether the US needs a national five G. Network run by the government or a private sector driven network, which is where we've been going how does this dispute over spectrum and you know who can Lisa rock it out fit into that conversation? Well I it's very much part and parcel of the same discussion. The idea that we should have a nationally coordinated response rather than a commercially driven response. I reared its head in the beginning of twenty eighteen and it was soundly repudiated by everybody in in government within a matter of days after it went public and it went underground and then came back again and then it was repudiated by everybody and went underground. And came back again and it keeps coming back. It's sort of this Zombie that can't be killed. This country has committed. I think fairly clearly since one, thousand, nine, hundred, four, and the break-up of the bell system that we're going to pursue a private enterprise approach to telecom rather than a government regulated monopoly approach, and you can see a tremendous amount of tension ideologically among different parts of the government about whether that's appropriate. Is there any merit to the idea of a national five G. Network just because? It just sounds maybe more efficient than having a bunch of private companies build their own separate versions. Yeah. There are two arguments here. The the first one is time to market and at its very core, the motivation for government intervention and the motivation of certain participants and names that have been attached to this concept like Eric. Schmidt, the former chairman and CEO of Google, for example, is this belief that the US is moving too slowly and that China is taking the lead and that has two consequences. One that there will be a more robust equipment ecosystem were or supply chain. That evolves around the Chinese five G. Network, and therefore, there will be critical infrastructure that we simply can't produce in the Western Hemisphere. So so that's part one part two is this view that if we don't move fast enough, then China will start to develop the economic ecosystem that rides on top of five G., all the applications that will emerge that we can imagine yet but out of four g came companies like Uber and facebook arguably really grew into what it is today because of four g and so so all the innovation that comes on top of a platform like this. is feared to becoming too slowly because the US may fall behind China in developing our five G. Network. That's separate and apart from the question of just is it economically sensible to have three or potentially four different companies building five G. networks instead of having one national platform that then everybody shares or at least chairs some part of and buys capacity from. So let's say that this conflict between UFC indeed doesn't resolve and this big midsection of spectrum disease just stays locked up, is it still going to be possible for you know verizon or whoever to buy five g service to all of us? The short answer is, yes. There are other solutions besides this particular block of spectrum. So. Most of the world, it started down the path of mid band spectrum before the US. The US started with a very much a focus on very very high frequency spectrum and his head to course correct perhaps later than than one would have liked but they have they have now if not fully caught up at least closed the gap to some degree, and there is a very large auction of mid band spectrum coming in December called the c-band auction that the carriers have been planning around for at least two years and and by all accounts. Is Spectrum very similar to the spectrum that the DOD would theoretically be using and and there's quite a bit of it. So I think right now that you would have to say that the carriers view see band as the

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The Surprising Truth About Environmentalists and Voting

Warm Regards

07:53 min | 2 years ago

The Surprising Truth About Environmentalists and Voting

"Nathaniel I'm really excited to have you on the show today. I have never seen so much discussion about get out the vote efforts around a midterm election. So were really here. We're really happy to have you here in excited to have you on the show. Well thank you jacqueline and thank you Ramesh I'm I'm really excited to be here with you guys. So, do you do you feel like we're seeing something different in this election we keep hearing all these projections about how college students are really GonNa vote this time and You know the projected voter turnout is really high in various places and I think I just read an article that my home state of Vermont has something like a ninety two percent. Voter registration rate for the state, which is crazy. Awesome. So do you do you feel something's different? Are we going to see a shift from the from the recent past? Yes. I absolutely feel like something is different. A field director just told me about an hour ago that a million people have already voted in Florida so far as also voting. and they're in person early voting hasn't started yet. So all of these people are people who requested that ballots be mailed to them. And have already made them back in and just to put that number in context just to give you a denominator I think barely six million people voted in the twenty fourteen midterms and Florida. So the hot a million people have already voted mean something's going on now who are those people that I can't tell you? I can't tell you with whether these are young people storm in the polls or liberals or conservatives I don't know. But you're right that there's a new energy going on this time around. Suspending of demographics mean you focus mostly on on kind of an untapped group, the the environmental movements, and we often think of environmentalists is really active in terms of making lifestyle choices. giving up meat or dairy, or or abandoning abandoning your car for a bicycle that takes a lot of effort and a lot more than going to the polls. So my question for you is, how are we doing? Are we actually voting as a group? Jacqueline you you ask the the sixty four, thousand dollar question no, we're not we're not laugh. Yeah environmentalists awful voters. I'm not going to sugarcoat it. We. We've done a lot of research on this and it's pretty easy to measure because weather you vote or not, and a lot of Americans don't know this. Whether you voter not as public, record. Now. I'll never be able to look up who Ramesh voted for or who jacqueline voted for but I can absolutely look up which elections you vote in in which elections you don't. And so people are able to run large polls and build predictive models and identify all the environmentalists in various states. And it turns out. That environmentalists. Habitually under vote they vote far less often than the average voter in almost every other state and just to give you some context here, I'll use say the two thousand, sixteen presidential election as an example. In two, thousand, sixteen, Sixteen, nine percent of registered voters voted. But only fifty percent of environmentalists did. Wow Yeah and if you go back to twenty fourteen, it's even worse. Forty four percent of registered voters voted but only twenty one percent of environmentalists did. Okay. So the obvious follow up question there is why? Yeah. Why? Is that one hundred, thirty, five, thousand dollars. That's Before thousand. In one dollars. So we know some of the reasons but only some of the reasons. So part of what's going on here is just demographic correlations so I don't know what the Environmental Movement was like ten twenty thirty years ago but. It certainly isn't now. What People Imagine as the stereotypical environmentalist. The typical environmentalists now is not well, it's not me it's not some white Yuppie who hops into their electric vehicle to get to their job downtown. people who deeply care about climate and the environment are now much more likely to make less than fifty thousand dollars a year. Be African American or Latino, and live within five miles of an urban core end they are predominantly younger but that's not. Not so much the case anymore. And all of those demographic groups that I just mentioned right now. Vote less often than the average American. So part of what's going on here is just that environmentalists are likely to be part of demographic groups that just habitually under vote. But the really interesting thing. Is that's not all that's going on here because even if you look at just young. Environmentalists vote less often than the other young people. Were even if you've looked just at Latinos, the Environmental Latinos vote less often than the other Latinos. So something else is going on here and the honest answer guys is we don't know what it is because it's really easy for behavioral scientists to measure why someone takes an action. So it's really easy to set up an experiment to to figure out how to get someone to vote. What's really hard? is to figure out the opposite. What's really hard is to set up an experiment to figure out why people don't take an action like exercising or voting or or vaccinating their children or something like that. the best you can do is ask them. And when we ask environmentalists why they're not voting. They lied their pants off. They lie France off and so and I'm. That other people or So, so no not more than other people and that's a good question but no, I mean no matter how you ask the question if you try to determine why people don't vote. The responses they'll give. Our responses that they think you want to hear. What we've realized is that even non voters still buy into the societal norm that voting is a good thing. So everybody wants to be known as a voter. Just, like everybody wants you to think that they brush your teeth, brush their teeth or or wash their hands every time or something like that. This voting is a societal norm that we all buy into and so I ask people why they don't vote. They will often before they even give you an excuse guys. They will lie their pants off and say, Oh, no, I vote all the time Jacqueline. And we that's a lie because whether you voted not as public record, right? These people looking at their voting histories and we know that they've never voted their entire lives and they swear up and down all the time that they vote whenever there's an election and so. The honest answer to your question and it's a good one is. We. Don't know why environmentalists aren't voting, but we've got some good ideas as to how to get them

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Ritz and Robocalls with Rory

Smashing Security

06:49 min | 2 years ago

Ritz and Robocalls with Rory

"We've come to learn and thanks to a report I have to say on this. On. This. New. Be Startup. This news organization called the BBC Brewery. I didn't know if you've heard of your. Report by my colleague Chris Fox. You're on the wonderful Chris Fox. I'm never sure how many exits he should have his name. It's up for debate sometimes he has to he has reported about a scam which is alarmingly convincing and has been targeting diners at the okay. Could it fool me? Do you think well? Maybe. You're you're very cynical crow in your very skeptical especially. Good. Let's be Kinda. You're very careful about your personal information. You're the only person I know who actually reads privacy policies in terms and conditions that worry does. Know. Exactly exactly. Well, what happened was this? So there are folks out there who are making bookings at the Ritz Restaurant. You know they're not put off by the titles of pot plants being bugged and they're doing this online or maybe they're doing it by Nicole gets popular at the Ritzy met book weeks and weeks in advance he can't just show up right I, try to without tie and. Somewhere, head and then a day or two for your booking you get a phone call. From the Ritz Reservations Department okay. And you know it's the Ritz reservations department. Because they say it's the Ritz reservations. Department. Right and that's that's that. That'd be well, it would. It would because date four year restaurant you're expecting it and fancy restaurants do that. So that's nothing out of the ordinary. But even if even if you were a little bit surprised, they were ringing, you can check the number that they're bringing on and what you find when you look at your my microphone, whatever caller ID is that the number matches? Interesting teased the Ritz and they go further to make this call even more convincing. They confirm your restaurant booking details. You know they said. Smashing Security Christmas Eve tables five thousand whatever it is that we you know. Sandwiches. SBP amazing. We're going to bring all the listeners that's right by the way we. Invited. This sounds like Kermode, a Mayo's cruise to listen to what are they having a cruise. They have a cruise every year. listenership gets. So you'd be out done well, I don't know if I'd WanNa to cruise during a pandemic it's not gone down well for many of them. Who suffered data breaches will be. Idea that we could har- repeatedly war to grow. Listen, bring the bring the listeners of tech ten with us. Definitely. They confirm those details and you think he's the rates and then they look to make the booking. We need to confirm some details just need confirm your credit card details. You. Might Fall for that too because that does happen especially in span shoeprints restaurants they sometimes one hundred down to make sure that you're gonNA show up right and no, it's the Ritz it's Parsh-. Obviously, don't scam people. Eighteen quit club sandwiches. Poor people aren't going to. Cure the. agonize. Club sandwiches that anyway well, the scammers have now got your car details and what do these scammers do having stolen the credit card details from people who dine at the Ritz. They, take those credit card details and they spend thousands of pounds with those credit card details. At all goals. The. Countless. The no longer catalog catalog company. You know they've stopped their catalog. Cuts look and I've read somewhere online. You can find all their catalogs since nineteen, seventy four. Put. them all up. So you can actually go back and see what was available at the early days. I think for listeners overseas, we should explain more Agassi's because we had a certain reaction to that. It's a bit like less posh L.l Bean I. Think it's more like communist Russia before the fall of the. Hey, that sounds great. Because you go to an Argos and you're told, please go to till a B or C and you queue there. Yes. Well, yeah it's it's it's it's actually quite an innovative. It's But like foyle's bookshop in very. Over Meghan me years ago when you went into the venerable falls bookshop on the terron crossroad and you bought it a poke you had to. You could just buy you have to go and go to till saying wait for somebody to handcrafted for eventually. Foils is an extraordinary experience anyway. As the BBC is the venerable BBC reports if the bank spotted that suspicious August transaction, you don't normally spend thousand pounds or. How many pools do you need sir? The scammer moans the victim up again, this time pretending to be from their bank. And what they do holes they say. Someone's just try to use your credit card Argos. We're GONNA cancel the transaction. Can you just read out the security code which you just been sent new microphone to make sure we talking to the right person? It's pretty sneaky now. One thing I didn't get is how are these? Miscreants getting my phone number in the first place that is the sixty four thousand dollar question. Isn't it? Yeah. Because this data was presumably stored by the Ritz when when people were up and booked in the first place. Who knows how the Ritz is storing the information? Are they putting it down a little piece of paper and sticking it to the wall? I have they got an excel spreadsheet? Have they got some properly or antiquated in carefully password protected database No you know Oh. Okay I didn't realize they have admitted that they know they suffered some kind of data breach involving their reservations department. Insider job anyone walnut suppose ability as well. Isn't it? Could on the inside? Who could be turned off? So we don't really know, but it's it's quite sneaky. Now, one of the potential victims, this told the BBC that this whole thing happened to them, but they were able to dump found the scammer and the way in which they did is they said, they asked they asked that cooler specific questions about the hotel's facilities. The scammer wasn't able to ans-. Okay.

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"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Five AM at six forty I'm just looking to Bernie Sanders house he has a lake house I in Vermont in a place called hero lake in Vermont so he's got a nice house he's got three homes this Bernie Sanders and people are always saying always wealthy guys got you know three big beautiful homes it's just not true he has one home that he bought in two thousand nine for four hundred and five thousand dollars in Vermont that's his main home in Vermont four bedrooms it's worth about four hundred and sixty four thousand dollars he paid four hundred and five thousand for it eleven years ago it's now worth an extra fifty nine thousand dollars so he's not knocking it out of the park I can't stand when people say oh he's got three houses and he's a millionaire is that one house's main house he bought for four hundred and nine thousand dollars looks like a nice piece of property right but it's way way up in Vermont where it's cold is half and you can't go in you can't walk outside that house for nine months of the year your freeze your your tell us your it all off as is that can be done but yeah wow and then he's got a an apartment in Washington DC he spent seven hundred thousand dollars for him but he's had it for a long time it's overgrown in front it's probably a messy could probably it probably smells inside you know it just looks like one of those places where it smells like it's old inside so that's is a apartment in Washington DC and then he's got a cabin he calls it the stab in cabin are you know what that means but it's the cabin and it's up in high north hero lake not north hero island in Vermont it's way up upstate Vermont and he bought it for five hundred seventy five thousand dollars cash three bedroom three bathroom wood paneling it doesn't look that great eight it's actually a house that if somebody were to invite you to that house if you like what happened why why are you here what is this thing it's got what paneling the windows affect their single pane windows lots of spiders nest surrounded and you know isn't it doesn't keep it up as he's campaigning anyway some people would say he's a millionaire he's got all these homes it's just not true it's just simply not true he's got an app and that home that he has in North Carolina and I think he bought that with the cash that the Clintons gave in to get the hell out of the race I think you got like six hundred thousand dollars cash to get out of the race that's what I heard maybe that's not true but that's worry probably bought that that home he's got a wife that he's had forever right so it's not you know getting divorced and with you know three sets of kids and and so people are mistaken for this multi millionaire three homes it just doesn't tell the whole story that's just not who it's time I'm getting involvement on both form but I'm telling you that those are those stories are misleading to me you're starting to sound like a real Bernie bro no you don't but I I know Bernie Brose I know couple Bernie browse and and I respect them because they're the ones that I also respected in twenty sixteen when Donald Trump on on the same level Donald Trump blocked the entire Republican Party and gave the middle finger to the entire Republican Party and one and became the Republican president they're trying to do that on the left and I absolutely respect that I I wouldn't vote for somebody who has policies like that but I do respect that in in a in a lot of ways well and we we talk about this sometime on as sometimes on corolla that you can you can believe it you can buy into it or you can not buy into it but there's no doubt that Bernie believes what Bernie saying that's right not just selling you a line because he thinks it's what you want to hear right and you can tell because when he's attacked he gets pissed right and that's when you get pissed when you really believe that what you're saying people call you a liar right but two things one if Bernie Sanders wins the nomination he becomes the the nominee for the Democrats two things are gonna happen either one he's gonna lose to Donald Trump and the DNC's gonna blame him and all the Bernie Bros and all the far left wing of that party right they're gonna bury him and that's gonna be tough to come back from or number two he's going to beat Donald Trump and if anything happens in this economy they're gonna blame Bernie Sanders again right so there are very few ways for him to succeed and a lot of ways for him to to fail and to be blamed for it as well but at the very least if you becomes president everybody will get their fair share I never tried that before but he also he he's in a really meant and I'm awful awful position because he's being attacked by everybody on stage he's just had a heart attack right right so it they stress level you know they say when you have a heart attack the one thing you have to reduce in your life is stress so don't run for president that's right okay every doctor will tell you if you have a heart attack you must reduce your stress one hundred percent of doctors will tell you that and it could be you know if you're if you have a stressful life right if you don't if your couch potato there were no I could tell you that because you have no stress anyway continue on right but your politician or have any stress in your life you're in the finance world you know whatever it is you're an actor and actress you're in a very competitive field they'll tell you the first thing you got to reduce your stress is that stressful Garia and he's not he's up on stage and there are six other people banging on him the I. M. S. N. B. C.'s attacking M. C. N. N.'s attacking him fox news is attacking him and so I really feel for the underdog ideas you know I'm a big underdog guy I love the underdog and got like a long shot I'm the guy at the race track you know bang on the fourteen one shot that's one not cashing tickets in that's right but I like I like that he's the long shot and he's the underdog and I would rather see the underdog in this country win and do well rather than the guy the guy who's the favorite you know favorite Wentz who cares yeah I expect that I I never bet on the favorite at the racetrack okay now because it who cares right and you bet two dollars two and under under **** and you get back two dollars and twenty cents yeah right and you have to win the race to get that right it sucks right but diving anyway so I I'm not without with politics let's get into Jesse small lab he was the guy it said he was getting beat up by the mega hat wearers right and he's has a new charges against them we have time for this and the second time now now the.

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Why Words Matter in an Amazon Listing

Amazing FBA

06:09 min | 2 years ago

Why Words Matter in an Amazon Listing

"Why was actually Massa. In an Amazon listing. Have you got any evidence that they actually matter. So they matter for for a whole variety of reasons so you know obviously the words that you include are actually going to impact your indexing. So you're not using the right keywords than nobody is going to find you but they also can really impact the bottom line of your business and they do that in a way that lasts for as long as you're doing it. Obviously you want to continue to be updating. You're listening to stay relevant. But by properly optimized senior listing you can significantly impact the bottom line of business. I was actually speaking with a client recently. And they're not selling seasonal products at all We work on their lists around June. At that time they already had a really good conversion rate. They were staying at twenty five point six percents after they updated their seen their conversion rate increase and stayed increased to thirty thirty four point. Seven seven percent Thirty seven point five percent increase for just that one thing that they did. That's not even talking about driving extra traffic so that means that more people that you're already having come to your page whether they're coming organically or through any of your other marketing efforts. More of those people are going searching more than one in every three people are going to click ads ads awesome. I love your precision where it took him about before the show that I'm kind of Ebbe intimidatingly thorough as as a an interview and that's sometimes true because I've been unfocused with. UK basically. Not What do you do again. But they kind of like us and tell me a little bit about something on Amazon like really general but seven point five percent or whatever it was to the second decimal place I like it but so tell me about this. I liked you position that speaks some of my at my cheers. Pose the pretty body with thoroughness. To to put a lightly my wife would call it the former thing. But you're right these details demanded but that's not a subtle jump. Anyone twenty five percent to thirty seven accent as you say almost a quarter of people who visit the listing bind to a third a lot of extra money this as you say pretty much pure profit. Because they'll be paying for the traffic and one full more of the either because they've they've worked hard to launch their products and got organic ranking andled as to advertising so tell me about that optimization was purely a words change was that woods plus image change so that was everything including reassessing the keywords that we were using that was also creating an amazing core listing. I believe at that that one would also upgraded to ABC that time and then we created some fantastic info for graphic text. As well as what I mean by IMPO. Graphic texts is not just letting those images Dan on their own but actually creating some text to help. Make sure that the message that you want to get across is getting across with every single fixture on your this. Yeah and that's something. I want to dive into because I do think that integrates text is more to it than meets the eye because I was working with the the day and actually he puts so most Texans images I said look you know this is is going to be unreadable on mobile. It doesn't look good. It's not making a point. That has not boiling down your thoughts and then bullying them down and then boiling down again right. I know one famous copywriter use to as I understand it Charged six times as much for headline as he would for the first few paragraphs progressive copy which is interesting right because the rewriting semi sweat. Yes I would. I would argue that the fewer words more challenging the job and just the point of thumb or rule of them for IMSA graphic checks. If you're needing to zoom in to read the photo then you probably are including reading too much tax than you need to reel it back so you don't need to overload people with something. The text should really be supporting the message and helping to emphasize wine line. Or maybe a couple of key points shouldn't be bouncing all over the place giving them the full text heavy at. That's not appealing absolutely but a lot of people do thank you for flagging that up. I think it's a very good good point. That all right so coming back to this question of do words matter and it sounds like a a dumb question because obviously to some degree they do but I mean the sixty four thousand dollar question I suppose is to what extent was compared to images. I'm not the kind of impossible taste. Unless you're going to see some really weird split test where you write some really horrible listings with beautiful face cross but in your experience. Have you got some numbers or you'd have to give it to the second decimal place but some kind of experience case studies indicate the power of words as distinct from photographs for example if you have split tennis different tax but kept the photos the same so what I'm talking about with this particular client. Actually they didn't create any new images and they didn't upload any new images Obviously a updating the ABC is going going to impact things that the images were the same so that was really just looking at the power of words for that particular example. And you also. I don't WanNa be thinking about the different type of shoppers. So it's different people words matter in different degrees right and so you WanNa make sure that whatever ever kind of shopper. person is that you're going to be able to give give them what they need to make a confident choice that your or product is the correct product for their needs. And of course they're going to be the casual visuals shoppers but maybe visual shoppers also have a few key points they they really need to know about your products and so they're going to have to go to your listing and then if they get air and they're seeing weird stuff you know grammatical errors incomplete information Can't even find what they want. Then that's giving them an opportunity to go elsewhere and you really want to minimize the chance for. Somebody's mind to wander question or to do anything that might make that competitor. That's advertising in your molesting a very tempting

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"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Not only a lot of money for milk but I just have so many other thing like I have my homeowner's insurance my car insurance my you know just get you to any grocery I literally have like five dollars to my name right now and then you are so freaking disorganized it's unbelievable LA and your budget doesn't exist because I'm so you're looking at I'm sitting here looking at six thousand dollars a month coming into your house and I spent two thousand a little while ago and so far you can't pay for with four thousand dollars some light some no no no I don't I don't have six thousand a month so yeah I I have a thousand dollars a week then I got an eighty seven a week that I make okay that's dollars a month that's forty eight thousand dollars a year that is not seventy seven thousand minus taxes unless you're getting a fifteen thousand dollar tax refund no I I make seventy seven well I get a bonus that seventy seven includes my bonus how much is Josh white what how much is your bonus it bonus on seven thousand of its bonuses does not describe where the money's going how big was your tax refund last year I think why don't we find I don't get any money from the sides I don't think I got it I got from it was very negligible right five hundred dollars so here's the thing he Tennessean pelo money in her just make sure I'm doing this right got sixty four thousand dollars a year and on to Erin and she just make sure I'm doing this exactly right your take home pay are you putting money in your four oh one K. yes okay right and how much I'm maxing out there company contribution I think it's like twelve percent of the company contribution so I'm just putting in twelve okay give any money ending up with a hundred okay that would be four hundred so I'm still I'm still got you should be getting home with sh you're going home with about four thousand dollars a month and you should be getting home not counting your four oh one K. with about fifty five hundred a month not valid on your bonus but still okay so here's what we're gonna do how does back up I'm I'm trying to run your budget out here on the air because it's just not making sense okay so what part of Michigan are you an grand rapids perfect okay here's what I'm a put you to a room of the house how old are you I am forty three okay I'm gonna put you on hold and cal is gonna such up with one of our financial coaches as my as my gives you know as my gift and what they're gonna sit down with you and help you learn to do a budget and put this together there's no reason you should be this broke there's no reason you should be this broke there is no reason you should be this rock you have got to just do the simple math on this every dollar has a name plan out where the money's going and lay it all out I don't know where you're putting this money but before you start talking about borrowing money to buy milk which is how you started the conversation because life is just too hard as a single mom before I learned you made seventy seven thousand dollars a year you would stop your four oh one K. contributions before you you you don't borrow money to buy milk because your four oh one K. is funded not I don't think that's necessary but these are the kinds of choices that you're not making consciously you're like spend.

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"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Near to feed to kids three three out here for two of the three okay Interlingua mall for most people that are working okay and what you pay for childcare I bought three fifty a week for childcare in terms of months of two thousand dollars a month goes to your house payment in your child care yeah that'll leave a lot of money for milk but I just have so many other thing like I have my homeowner's insurance my car insurance my in you tell any grocery I only have like five dollars to my name right now and then you are so freaking disorganized it's unbelievable LA and your budget doesn't exist because I'm so you're looking at I'm sitting here looking at six thousand dollars a month coming into your house and I spent two thousand a little while ago and so far you can't pay for with four thousand dollars some light some no no no I don't I don't have six thousand a month so yeah I I have a thousand dollars a week that I got what ten eighty seven a week that I make okay that's four dollars a month that's forty eight thousand dollars a year that is not seventy seven thousand minus taxes unless you're getting a fifteen thousand dollar tax refund now I I make seventy seven well I get a bonus that seventy seven includes my bonus how much cash right what how much is your bonus it's time I seven thousand of its bonuses does not describe where the money's going how big was your tax refund last year I think what I really find some I don't get any money from the side panels I think I got it I got from it was very negligible right I have five hundred dollars so here's the thing the Tennessean pelo money in her to make sure I'm doing this right got sixty four thousand dollars a year and on to arrive in Shenzhen on her just make sure I'm doing this exactly right your take home pay are you putting money in your four oh one K. yeah right now all okay right and how much I maxing out there company contribution I think it's like twelve percent if the company contribution so I'm just putting in okay give any money ending up with a hundred okay that would be four hundred so I'm still I'm still got you should be getting home with you're going home with about four thousand dollars a month and you should be getting home not counting your four oh one K. with about fifty five hundred a month not valid on your bonus but still okay so here's what we're gonna do how does back up I'm I'm trying to run your budget out here on the air because it's just not making sense okay so what part of Michigan are you in it perfect okay here's what I'm a put you to a room of the house how old are you I am forty three okay I'm gonna put you on hold and callousness such up with one of our financial coaches as my as my gift is my gift and what they're going to sit down with you and help you learn to do a budget and put this together there's no reason you should be this broke there's no reason you should be this broke there is no reason you should be this rock you've got to just do the simple math on this every dollar has a name plan out where the money's going and lay it all out I don't know where you're putting this money but before you start talking about borrowing money to buy milk which is how you started the conversation because life is just too hard as a single mom before I learned you made seventy seven thousand dollars a year you would stop your four oh one K. contributions before you you you don't borrow money to buy milk because your four oh one K. is funded not I don't think that's necessary but these are the kinds of choices that you're not making consciously you're like spend spend spend then you run out of money I got five dollars to my name in a panic and it's all because I'm a single mom and that's just simply not true it's because you're disorganized.

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"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:27 min | 3 years ago

"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Eight six six five oh five four six two six as we talk with Peter backdoors call those political strategist contributor for the Washington examiner is website is is named Peter Ben Flores dot com B. E. T. E. R. V. A. N. V. O. O. R. H. I. S. now the latest of course regarding of the news of the day of is the ruling by a judge that ex White House counsel Dan began of most of just appear before Congress for testimony which is it probably being appealed so that's not a done deal but what did we see is if by the time you go through that the process of of courts in and the appellate court of course whoever loses will appeal to the Supreme Court is it possible to appeal something like this right past the point of of relevance other words the Democrats are no longer interested in hearing from you know I think it is and it's really getting pen on how slowly the Republican and walking through the courts absolutely if Democrats either don't have insurance and impeachment for the Republicans are already trying president trump in the Senate I I think there's a good chance that the value testimony could basically be irrelevant and the whole court case in general I think it's really up in the air at how little thank you that you get through they could be a wild card but overall I think the Republicans have a pretty good chance of it not really make much of an impact fair enough one eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six five oh five four six two six I note one particular thing about Jerry Nadler he's picking up of course the reins of the of the house headlines regarding impeachment on the the fourth of December that's a week from tomorrow and although I'm not sure that that that of ships ready give up just yet he he he is is still talking about the various of odds and ends in loose ends of the seats tying up but the the thing about Jerry Nadler that some people may not know is that he has a primary opponent and the that primary opponent is New York state employee Lindsey Boylan who raised in the second quarter of this year that is to say the year before the primary a primary election for Congress raised two hundred sixty four thousand dollars and leveler is running scared of what happened to Joe Crowley in New York for the rising stars of the Democratic Party when he was lost to the primary to Alexandria because the Cortez what happened to Crowley could happen to him and so and the fact that the the whole point of boy the running is that she felt that he was soft on impeachment not less so now I guess probably but but nonetheless that is your case he's raising money and she's got Nadler scared so this is certainly everything you hear from Jerry that we're starting a week from tomorrow everything you hear those house Judiciary Committee hearings but that in the context of I too Hey Donald Trump but I can prove I hate him at least as much as Adam Schiff does your thoughts yeah I I think the fact that you're in now there will have had had a lot of the limelight on impeachment yeah going to defuse a lot of primary phone call I I would imagine that his primary opponent is running in Latin them on various issues and there's always the chance just like with Dave brought in twenty fourteen in Virginia and Alexander a copy of her head and twenty eighteen that there's really always the chance that some primary up that could happen but you know two or sixty four thousand dollars that is a lot second quarter for a primary air but she is going to need likely millions and millions of dollars and what he's able to do a real guerrilla marketing campaign like a a the Dow will rally really got a look at the polling that you were that's gonna be if I were Jerry Nadler I would just really focused on impeachment show how much I hate Donald Trump and you cross my fingers the falls and I'm sure he'll probably make it I think you'll make it through but I think it will be pressure on him to show how an even handed he can possibly be yeah she yeah she's attacking him on the the green new deal and the immigration a host of issues but yeah Medicare for all of the other one but this is one of them and I think that'll be and see to see it in the in that context one eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six five oh five four six two six of course they're not long ago maybe couple weeks ago something like that Nancy Pelosi suggested on one of the weekend talk shows that president trump to testify on Capitol Hill in person or in writing and make his own case and the president trump never one to to pass up the bait that is tossed his way thought that sounded like a great idea my thoughts does that sound like a terrible idea you're walking into a den of iniquity with lawyers who are setting perjury traps over every square inch of the floor don't do it don't do it don't do it I'm curious about your thoughts yeah I I think it's over the riders will probably over rule that I mean if the president feels absolutely compelled to do it we have seen that he will just go do whatever you want and that in both in fact quality and for quality so you know with all the respect the president I would also advise you not to do that and I I think could eventually they will probably convince them not to but you never know the president Jean you do it one day everything about on Twitter that he's gone the will be I I would actually and now you're in him to be more likely to show up in the Senate version about I feel like you probably wouldn't want to lock in the line then began people at the and I'm checking it out more however with Republicans if he could make a case report friendly audience he may go and if you did it the factually et al campaigning at that you know he's able to go and just rail on the Democrats and their while the Republicans let him do it you were going to have a lot more people tuned into the president have the fine then Adam is going on about the threat show that it may be a great campaign but he is really going to be risking a lot of he does it and I think it would probably be better to just avoid the whole yeah I will I would that would certainly I think that would be considerably better one eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six five oh five four six two six more on the impeachment front when we come back with Peter van Boris in just a moment.

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"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Sixty four thousand dollar question sure has doubled in the last five years it has cost me more trouble have now reached the point where I feel I have is very accurate estimate of when the war will occur hard like to hear that the because you know every pasts culture and civilization has thought they were in end times the all of them that course never happen for them well one consideration is out of the ground their grand gambit the game is played with the economic and political system of the world is is no longer can control it so their time to initiate war is getting shorter what's the date in your call a lot of people have come to me and they say well what if Frank five to ten years that's what you think no that's what they tell you that's what the common reader reaction of most people who really look into this survey there isn't that much time left well I'm reluctant to give out a specific date because I might change my day and so it is changeable that's true but if it's far is less than five years let's put it that way it's not tomorrow or next week or next month and it's not five years from now but you do have a time frame there and one of my purposes of having a Twitter page is that the book I do live will crown jewel all no worries that give you chances to wonder if the probability that the war will occur but with the Twitter page I can provide additional ones okay so those little crumbs lead us to the house well I hope the agent of the bombs tomorrow let's take another call from Diane in Brooklyn first time caller hi Diane hi my god I can't believe I'm on the show you made yeah I really think you're you're you're amazing now what do you think about what trump is doing you know standing up to them and and you know about the patents in the money change and all that and the other sanctions what do you think about that do you think that that the hoping to buy them or interesting question Richard actually a superb question because pro is the first person who realizes how dangerous they are and what they are intending to do and I'll give you two examples they were about to take over the crown jewels of our semiconductor industry including qual com they are employed all kinds of stratagems they're trying to get hold of it that is if they had that I couldn't make it off very difficult for us to fight the third world so another thing is this wall where you've heard about all laugh what is in the process of taking over the world five G. commute telecommunications huge they also you know I I mentioned about chart of being able to shut down the internet ninety percent of the internet traffic of the world travels to fiber optic cables under the sea that's true hold on for a second bridge at all have you wrap up that thought when we come back on coast to coast with final questions in just a moment never miss a detail on a show or a guest sign up for the coast's own email newsletter available for free it coast to coast AM dot com Twin Cities news talk stations because the first amendment from.

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Supreme Court set to hear DACA arguments

Here & Now

05:48 min | 3 years ago

Supreme Court set to hear DACA arguments

"Supreme Court hears arguments tomorrow on the trump administration's twenty seventeen decision to end Daca. That's the deferred action for childhood arrivals apples and Obama era program that allowed young immigrants brought to America is children sometimes called dreamers to avoid deportation. A decision on Daca could come as soon as next summer. Right in the middle of the presidential campaign. Amy How is founder and reporter of Scotus blog. Welcome amy thanks for having me so so the justices are looking at three cases out of California. DC in New York all challenging the administration's ending Daca what legal arguments the plaintiffs making so there are two issues at the Supreme Court is going to consider and the first one is a whether or not the justices and court General Ken Review The trump administration's decision to terminate Daca at all. The trump administration argues that. This was a decision that it had discretion to take and that those are precisely the kind of discretionary decisions that courts have to stay out of and then the second question is if we do have the power to review the trump administration's decision to terminate. DACA was a lawful decision about seven hundred. Two thousand so-called dreamers we call them have been shielded from deportation under Dhaka. You talked a little bit about the trump administration's argument. But can you go deeper on their argument on why this program should end sure said the trump administration decided to end DACA. And what this case really really boils down to. It's not so much about the substance as it is the process. There's there's not really a lot of argument at the Supreme Court or elsewhere that the trump administration couldn't decide to Dhaka. The argument really is over. How they went about doing doing it? The trump administration announced in two thousand seventeen that it was going to terminate Daca and then secretary of of Homeland Security. Elaine in Duke pointed to a one page letter from Jeff sessions who was then the attorney general. WHO said we believe? The DACA is unconstitutional unconstitutional and illegal. And therefore we're going to terminate it without saying that much more and under something called the Administrative Procedure Act Act a federal agency has to explain why it's doing something okay. So if I'm hearing you correctly. The president has the legal authority to in Dhaka but it's the justification that the administration has used. That is at question exactly exactly. And there are a lot of parallels to the census case in which the Supreme Court heard oral argument last year. And what the Supreme Court decided was that. The trump administration could include glued a question about citizenship on the twenty twenty. Cents is but they really went about it the wrong way and by a five to four vote. The Chief Justice John Roberts joined the courts more liberal justices and saying that the rationale that you're providing doesn't match up for what the record actually looks like back and said the challenges are really trying to fit this case into that same mold. A lot of us. Remember when The President Said said right after he took office that daca recipients could quote rest easy and he wanted to quote allow dreamers to stay. How do his original original statements complicate? If at all these cases it is an interesting question You know I think that. The Supreme Court has really struggled Gould. With what do you do with the President's statement says we're certainly an issue that was on display during the travel ban less so in the census case. But I do think even more broadly those statements were part of what brought this case to the Supreme Court it it really put the Department of Homeland Security into a box because the president may not have wanted to deal politically with terminating DACA. And so they really wanted to to put the impetus on Congress and the courts. It wasn't us that terminated at its congress in the courts who are at fault for for terminating Daca so with that what if the court decides against the trump administration could the administration just in Dhaka again and give a different justification. That's kind of the sixty four thousand dollar question. I mean everyone was watching to figure out what happened. After the census case the the Supreme Court even after Willing Lien against the trump administration in the census case didn't necessarily end the census case they sent the case back for the Department of Commerce. Perhaps to who provide a better explanation and in that scenario. The trump administration's simply ran out of time because they needed to go ahead and print the census. And there's not a timeline that's on this going to be limiting the trump administration here and so we could have a scenario in which the trump administration did lose in the Supreme Court and the trump administration then did go ahead and and DACA. I mean we're we're also dealing with the election and so then the question becomes if the trump administration were to lose in the Supreme Court would in an election year in you know in the summer of twenty twenty with the trump administration. Want to go ahead and DACA could become a political rather than a legal issue. Obviously amy how founder and reporter of Scotus blog. Thank you so much for joining

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"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"They they really need as many workers as they can get they just don't have enough people to fill all the jobs that they have so the economy is good but you know you need to hear people talk about their frustration with sort of the presidents mannerisms and language and sort of you know how he goes about the president's and do those frustrations mean they change their mind next time at the voting booth I guess that's the that's the sixty four thousand dollar question yeah at least sixty four thousand dollars and you you will see I mean you know a lot can happen in the next thirteen months but I did get the sense that you know in some of these bellwether county is that people are are are willing to look at an option other than president trump they'd be there places that you know one of the lotus a block Obama twice but then switched to president trump you know to be in that and and and and tell whether pool and their prices that are sort of politically flexible and so they seem willing to to look at their alternatives also one of the other things that we sort of picked up on is that a lot of these places are in there not in urban areas and suburban areas there they tend to be whirl areas or or just sort of removed from other larger metropolitan areas a community admitted in in northeast Iowa it is a long way from other places it's you know people will commute to to Townsend maybe forty five minutes away and they they they sort of say that they they need to get along with Republicans and Democrats need to get along in these communities because they're sort of isolated and they need to work together to solve their problems so they they're very frustrated with Washington in the division this is not what they see their and again you know these are places that have a lot of independent voters and so if you're president trump you need to do well in these places again if you want to get reelected the course the places where the Democrats are going to try to cut into his margins in some of these public counties there was another one in Wisconsin in voting for the president by twenty six percentage points so it was an overwhelming victory for and that was one of the counties in north western Wisconsin and and you know if you're the Democrats you're gonna have to at least cut into that margin even if you can't miss what the county away and twenty twenty because John McCormack national political reporter at the Wall Street journal historias called these counties backed every president since Reagan so from nineteen eighty onward nineteen counties across the country correctly shows are predicted and however you want to phrase it and in each time this nimble this I I know your reference this flexibility it I mean it comes from where it's just just this willingness or desire or need to work together yes and I think maybe just sort of some places are a little bit more demographically average than others you know and I was talking to a Democratic Party chairman in that county and I I was asking the right questions like why are you guys this political bellwether why does this county seemed always vote the right way to at least since nineteen eighty it it's a sense that people need to get along at the local level so there's maybe more of a tradition of bipartisanship in some of these in more remote communities and and also just you know demographics just sort of stack up sometimes in certain places where and they just happen to be more independent voters and in this area or you know they're they're just happened to be a fairly even mix between Democrats and Republicans so yeah there's there's spread out across the country you literally from the north west corner there's one in Washington state to the northeast corner there's one on but it's far eastern Maine as he can get but four of them are in Wisconsin so that's you know close to of them are in battleground Wisconsin which we know is going to be one of the absolute hottest spots for the presidential race John John McCormack national political reporter at the Wall Street journal thirteen minutes now after the hour on this weekend.

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"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:38 min | 3 years ago

"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"On the investment front publicly traded companies they listed for only an average of seven and a half years what should you be thinking if you hold shares of Amazon college football eyes are on Ellis you versus Alabama this weekend here how rare it is for the top ranked teams to meet in the regular season and the risk of hiring someone for a cultural fit a candidate was asking the driver opened the car door form and this executives reaction was really replying for a regular job you're not to be ambassador France he ended up not hiring that person he knew its culture well and he knew that a sort of friendly accepting at issue is really important sue Shellenberger the Wall Street journal and bosses who try to foster a more inviting workplace only to see those efforts back fire at a time of deep political division in the American electorate a small group of counties across the nation has shown extraordinary political flexibility voting for the winner in every presidential election since nineteen eighty these counties well less than one percent of the nation's total have in the last ten elections backed Republicans for the White House six times and Democrats four times what makes them so unique we're joined now by John McCormick national political reporter at the Wall Street journal John what did you see in your travels counties with varying sort of economic strength so you know the economy in Europe is really strong right now obviously but it's stronger in places than others so I went to a county in southwestern Wisconsin and talked to you know lots of folks there including a dairy farmer who voted for president trump he says he'd like to vote for tries president trump again but he's very concerned about the trade fight he thinks the president is maybe just involved in a few too many trade fights and that these things need to get resolved he said he's really suffered from lower commodity prices and Chinese or not buying as much as they might otherwise and and that was an important growing market for foreign American milk and so he said he wants to vote for the president again but it's just not sure that he will you talk to other people serve on main street in that community had spent a lot of time in a town called Richland center Wisconsin and they're just desperate for workers the employment waited there is under three percent and so you know they they really need as many workers as they can get they just don't have enough people to fill all the jobs that they have so the economy is good but you know you do hear people talk about their frustration with sort of the presidents mannerisms and language and sort of you know how he goes about the president's and do those frustrations mean they change their mind next time at the voting booth I guess that's the that's the sixty four thousand dollar question yeah at least sixty four thousand dollars and you you will see I mean you know like an apple in the next thirteen months but I did get the sense that you know in some of these bellwether county is that people are are are willing to look at an option other than president trump they either places that you know would have voted for Barack Obama twice but then switched to president trump you know to be in that and and and and tell whether pool and their prices that are sort of politically flexible and so they seem willing to to look at their alternatives also one of the other things that we sort of picked up on is that a lot of these places are in there not in urban areas and suburban areas there they tend to be rural areas or or just sort of removed from other larger metropolitan areas a community I visited in in northeast Iowa it is a long way from other places it's you know people will commute to to towns maybe forty five minutes away and they they they sort of say that they they need to get along with Republicans and Democrats need to get along in these communities because they're sort of isolated and they need to work together to solve their problems so they they're very frustrated with Washington in the division this is not what they see their and again you know these are places that have a lot of independent voters and so if you're president trump you need to do well in these places again if you want to get reelected the course the places where the Democrats are gonna try to cut into his margins in some of these public counties there was another one in Wisconsin in voting for the president by twenty six percentage points so it was an overwhelming victory for and that was one of the counties in north western Wisconsin and and you know if you're the Democrats you're gonna have to at least cut into that margin even if you can't necessarily what the county your way in twenty twenty because John McCormack national political reporter at the Wall Street journal historias called these counties backed every president since Reagan so from nineteen eighty onward nineteen counties across the country correctly shows are predicted and however you want to phrase it the president each time this nimble miss I I know your reference this flexibility I mean it comes from where it's just just this willingness or desire or need to work together yes and I think maybe just sort of some places are a little bit more demographically average than others you know and I was talking to a Democratic Party chairman in that county and I I was asking the right questions like why are you guys this perfect will tell whether why does this county seemed always vote the right way at least since nineteen eighty it's a it's a sense that people need to get along at the local level so there's maybe more of a tradition of bipartisanship in some of these in more remote communities and and also just you know demographics just sort of stack up sometimes in certain places where you know they just happen to be more independent voters and in this area or you know they're they're just happened to be a fairly even mix between Democrats and Republicans so yeah there's they're spread out across the country you literally from the north west corner there's one in Washington state to the northeast corner there's one on at about it's far eastern Maine as you can get but four of them are in Wisconsin so that's you know close to quarter of them are in battleground Wisconsin which we know is going to be one of the absolute hottest spots for the presidential race John John McCormick national political reporter at the Wall Street journal thirteen minutes now after the hour on this weekend I'm going to Bab or not.

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"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:33 min | 3 years ago

"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I don't know this one it's another trip back not high rollers it is I rode high rollers very good welcome back everybody need to Julia here on seven twenty WGN we're talking game shows and game show hosts in no particular and we got to my people online here here's Tim on WGN I Tim hello do you know that I like that have been mentioned yet liar's club and yeah well cash camp is awesome lawyers who is the host of liar's club I don't know when I'm driving I I I don't remember who the host was but I know that Larry Hovis was a regular on it what I learned this from Hogan's heroes was a regular on it I also have a complaint and I would love any insight you might have into it about modern game shows I usually spend so much time doing nothing so I ask a question those chilly contestant and then there is spending so much time trying to get the audience to tell a contestant to go order turn left or turn right yeah all right modern game shows yeah I don't know why that is I don't know very weird all right Tim thanks try can you look up the who the host of liar's club was I guess the only thing I remember a lawyer's club David Letterman was on a bunch of times before he became David Letterman wait liar's club for the nineteen sixty nine to nineteen seventy six season was none other than rod Serling rod Serling okay so let's see who else here yeah rod Serling bill Armstrong Allen Ludden Allen Ludden hosted liars club I'm I'm bad believe so that's that's your password guy right there Allen Ludden the late husband of Betty white that's wild yeah I used to love liar's club I just remember Larry Hovis was really good on it Larry Hovis from ma Hogan's heroes with a regular letterman was on a couple times when he was young yeah yeah and later Elvis is actually a producer of the S. ways on every episode yeah so the idea was the brought out an object and and three people would tell the contestants a different story like one celebrity would say okay here's what the object is tell you the history and what it's used for then the next person would say no it's not that it's this and then you had to pick the story that you thought was the true only one was true right about the object itself so let's see here's Jimbo on WGN age about Hey how's it going good what's up yeah Ben Bailey came to mind yeah he's great he's a he's here he's just great you know they try to different driver and they had a woman host cash cab for a little while it just wasn't the same the other thing that was cool about is how he could navigate through the busy streets in New York on a game show inside its care yeah and I you have you ever seen the episode three screens of people in traffic with body move right now right in the middle of the Quincy if you're driving a cab in New York man I mean that's got to be a bit of a nightmare yeah and he had to actually get a hack license he had to do everything that you were supposed to do to become a cab driver he had to get back like this you have to take the test all that stuff right yeah so yeah Ben Bailey he's great I Jimbo thanks buddy okay yeah they still show well cash cab I'm you can see reruns of in a game show network all day on Saturday yeah and I know if if anybody's a streamer out there I believe of bunch of it is on Hulu right now yeah your cash cab story well yeah we I have a friend who's a a really big cash cab fan like I insanely so a little bit too much for comfort and he's also a massive bears fan so we decided to play a little trick on him he lives down in champagne and so we give a call on the phone and we were in we were in a new burger McConaughey their home and we're on the gas cap we need your help man we need your help and he was so excited he was losing his mind so what was it did you yeah I mean did you say that you were in New York yeah we he we've said like Hey we want we want on like a for a we can for your own casket all right okay he just he just bought it hook line and sinker because he is that much of a fan and I he's always want to be on the cash cab so what was the question the question was what bears kicker because that doubled going against the eagles in the wild card game so you did this is recently yeah and the minute we asked them in his his the like you could tell over the phone he just went silent and we we totally gone yeah he was nearly in tears also it's that's cruel and we still bring it up to this day he just this the he just looks down also sad we got a good though that's cruel man all right yeah I'm the cash cab I would love to be on the one of my my favorite thing but when I watch cash cab is the reaction of people when he puts the lights on and they realize they're in the cash cab now I especially like it when people get super excited I like it when you know I really love it when we get as soon as they get in the cab before even hits the button the kind of like look around and they see the the kind of recognize the back of Ben Bailey said because he always tries to hide yeah anyways dues weird voices anyway you got one you know he does stuff like that I love it when people get in and immediately they did before the rest of the cast cabinet although not I would love to be on the cash cab man I you know I might just have to spend a week in New York trying to get the cash cab I I had been Bailey on the show a couple of times when when when when the show first hit I had him on and then he was in town because he does stand up right right and he was in town doing it doing a standup gig so I had a man again we talked about his stand up and and and cash cab and he's back now he's back in the new episodes cast SO glad it's so great it's just such a great idea and it's so well executed and he's great as the host all right let's see here's Herald on WGN go ahead Harold what's going on I worked on Tom earlier the the a lot of these guys started out with is singer wink Martindale they had a song I was in the late fifties early sixties and I think it was a total dollar windfall should be sales with the get a lot of the things he he's got a couple out there although we found that Hey listen I got to go to Isla we thought but all in the reason I called was the the Honeymooners yeah where he was on the sticks before talking it was a lady brought a ninety eight thousand dollar question on on because you know that the the actual real game show was a sixty four thousand dollars question he was on the ninety eight thousand dollar question yeah okay yeah yeah he he picked up your music and he had the basically ran out of time so you had a week to bone up on his skill right Norton would play twenty river every time he would we will not go along with that long and then the first and the first question was name this song who wrote Swanee river they play and he goes it Norton also he Jackie Gleason one eight is somewhere around your cavalcade of stars and so like that when it when it ran a couple times around a fifty year old brought it back to life in the in the sixties but somewhere in the middle of that he did or game show called you're in the picture yeah it was notorious there was only one who is well the second second episode was him apologizing for the first episode but whole half an hour right this was the biggest yeah the garbage anybody ever did yeah I apologize to everybody watch that yeah yep I'm every this is legendary store and it was it really just they had one episode of it was such a disaster that the next next episode it was just a Jackie Gleason apologizing for the first episode saying it was terrible middle never happen again ma'am yeah it's kind of legend or you can see it on you too you can you can you can watch that on you tube I mean it's really that that you know that's the kind of what's with the Jackie Gleason had man he didn't like it well I'm not doing it I love Jackie Gleason man Honeymooners I ever seen I've seen every episode of the Honeymooners like fifty thousand times each and I genuinely laugh every time I watched it still makes me laugh I mean it is such a great cast and you know people love that show so much they cared about the character so much they used to send Audrey meadows curtains and stuff like that for the house because they were always depressed at that she didn't have nice things so the real people viewers would send stuff to to to order meadows so I think they're old through a two nine eight one seven towards the phone over the news is next.

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"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:12 min | 3 years ago

"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I have roughly sixty four thousand dollars in debt income before taxes around fifty three thousand I work at a company right now that currently I have started testing over the next two years and I'm trying to find out if it's best to write and sell that stop and investing or I should say on an entrance a at all well no I would cash out anything that is not retirement if you're down to a one thousand dollar starter emergency fund while your own baby step to paying off your debts and paid on your debt as fast and as early as you possibly can now that's assuming of course you're going to be on your every dollar budget you're going to actually do this stuff you're gonna play all the way through that if you're not if you're counting on the issue this plan then your advice is probably bad advice but if you're if you're really gonna do it if you're looking punches that the nose then yeah definitely cash out everything that is not retirement okay so let me ask you a follow up question the company does of sell they sell a portion of the stock to cover the taxes so if I'd sell whatever's left in that and I'm going to be taxed again or are you would only be taxed if it has gone up in value since you received it on the amount that it's gone up in value okay perfect so they're they're selling off enough to cover the fact that this is a benefit this is income do you and so they pay the taxes are they withhold the taxes in turn a man like they're withholding taxes on your paycheck right and that's what they're doing in terms of your income this is part of your income but then in addition of that let's say you've got that stock vested after they took the taxes out three years ago and it doubled well that the amount that it went up would be taxable in addition to what you've already paid doesn't make sense it does thank you so much good job keep it up you know all right Caitlin's with us in Denver hi Caitlyn welcome to the Dave Ramsey show hello Mister Ramsey thank you so much for taking my call sure what's up so my husband and I have been kind of going back and forth on what our next step should be were completely debt free we have our emergency five and all of that set up and our question is should we focus our intensity and paying our mortgage off or save for land so that we have cash available when an opportunity becomes available for us to to purchase a small like five to ten acre piece of land and kind of start the hobby farm not that we want to do in the long run okay is the hobby farm something you're going to build a home on yes we would build a home from scratch which is why we want to buy a piece of land did not buy a home that already had the courage yeah they're not yes I would I would go in phases I say for the land pay cash flow and then pay cash for the building as you go so your home rent finish the building that kind of stuff whatever you got it whatever process is there but you're gonna end up living on this property the answer would be no if the hobby farm was not going to be live down because of that point the hobby farm is a twenty it's a second home a second investment it's not your primary residence but this is a transition piece for your primary residence so it does make sense to go ahead and save up and pay cash on the to pay cash for the land usually on doing that yes and and that's part of the the conversation that we had on the on the one side and then the other side is we don't know when this would be come available if it's not next five years or ten years but if you're gonna instead of paying extra on your mortgage for your baby steps that you're gonna end up paying extra on your mortgage because you're gonna write about some land for cash that you're building up that fun to do that and it has the same net effect five years later right when you move into the house and so okay your long term plan is you effectively you're paying down on the mortgage that's what I should do it okay awesome thank you so much thank you for the call Paul's weather's in Washington DC Hey Paul welcome the Dave Ramsey show thank you how are you better than I deserve what's up so my wife and I are living in Washington DC we make seventy thousand dollars a year and then our job I love living expenses so rand and utilities and all that as well should we pay are fifteen percent based off of our seventy thousand and throw everything else that saving for what will eventually be our house or should we take our fifteen percent based off of what we make calculating living expenses interesting idea the concept behind all this is once you're out of debt except your home and you got your emergency fund employees may be set up for that is fifteen percent of your income so retirement which is what you're talking about the idea there is is not twenty five percent it's not a two percent it's a good solid chunk of money going towards retirement while you reach over Star saver forgets collagen reach over for paying off your house certainly so the the idea of being we're going to get a really good strong start on retirement in so there's no magic to fifteen percent you're gonna fail if you do fourteen percent you know it's just a it's just meaning a good solid start oddly enough when you run the calculations out at almost any income range it works out beautifully at fifteen percent that's where we came up with that was doing case studies but so all that to say it doesn't matter because the concept is punch retirement really hard before you move on and the baby steps so if you want only do fifteen percent out of your actual income I mean your actual cash income or if you want to fifteen percent of the overall benefit package which includes housing both are logical there's a logical argument for either it's just whichever direction you guys want to go but I wouldn't I wouldn't do it if you can do it on the seventy percent I went to a dime less than fifteen right right you know well roundup you can when you're doing your calculations and all that if it's for you know fifteen thousand four hundred fifty dollars rounded up to sixteen thousand you know that kind of thing or whatever the number is I don't know your income but overall but that's the thing look at that and try to calculate that through and don't run some numbers out each way and and you know I out into the future was from future value calculations is like if I do it this way the so much I'm gonna end up ten years from now but it that way the so much I'm gonna end up with ten years from now in in this direction I'll have some money for a house this direction I won't and so you know what are you going to how long you gonna be at doing this job with the housing furnished and you know what your time horizons and just kind of reach out there and kind of build your business plan so to speak for this money or for these of different ideas and if you look into the future instead of.

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"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on WBSM 1420

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"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For you David yeah and how much you get paid. so I have trouble with this question I don't have a seller anymore I can tell you the last salary I got with sixty four thousand dollars a year but I kind of in this writer life I don't know how to answer the question because I piece it together from so many different places. here's David Burke is is take from the Ted stage at work. how much do you think the person sitting in the cubicle at the desk next year gets paid do you know. should you know. it's a little uncomfortable for me to even ask you those questions but it made it. you kind of want to know. most of us are uncomfortable with the idea of broadcasting our salary we're not supposed to tell our neighbors and we're definitely not supposed to tell our office neighbors the assumed reason is that if everybody knew everybody got paid then all hell would break loose there be arguments there'd be fights there might even be a few people who quit. but what of secrecy is actually the reason for all that strife and what would happen if we removed that secrecy what if open this actually increase the sense of fairness in collaboration inside a company what would happen if we had to hold all pay transparency. for the past several years I've been studying the corporate an entrepreneurial leaders who question the conventional wisdom about how to run a company. and the question of pay keeps coming up in the answers keep surprising. it turns out the pay transparency sharing salaries openly across the company makes for a better workplace for both the employee and for the organization. David you have written about companies that have actually tried this in the real world for instance you look at this internet star called buffer two can you tell me about them like how did the handle salary transparency so someone buffers case it's a a formula they use that takes into account experience the job that you're doing that the city that you live in so cost of living adjustment etcetera there start up the weather not you chose to take equity or not all of those things get plugged into a formula and then that formula spits out what the salary is going to be and so you know okay I need to do these things if I wanna make that number high but does it does so what are they do they have like a a white board in their in their like I don't other water Caligula lunch room is like here is what everybody gets paid and you can just see that it's it's not a white board I think its internet and everybody can look up the formula they actually went what I would call sort of super transparent and posted it on a blog on their website at one point so you could literally see here's what every single person the company gets paid their commitment to transparency in that regard that they shared openly which I also don't advocate every company does well how did that have that benefit buffer like how did that make it make life easier or better for the employees are for the company so what I think that transparency does is it says here's what we value here's the formula the reason you calculate that so you can see why here's how to make more money the company we're gonna be open and honest about the differences between our people and the differences between salaries and so when the one word of buffers commitment to transparency started spreading around they got inundated with resumes and applications because I think in the back of a lot of people's minds they don't actually trust that their employer is looking out for them and they often can sort of think maybe they're trying to screw me out of some money and offer can't do that they've.

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"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Give you chills my goodness so this video ultimately mated to the LAPD's main Twitter account last Thursday with the caption four million people call LA home for million stories for million voices sometimes you just have to stop and listen to one to hear something beautiful well of course since the videos gone viral and if it was posted online against her wishes but for the better because she's now been identified as fifty two year old Emily some more guy who came to America from Russia at the age of twenty four and for years she taught music performed on the streets of LA but apparently that changed three years ago when her very expensive violin was stolen so her dreams of making it big were dashed and she was forced to live in the streets for money she saying and the metro station so of course to sever go fund me accounts have popped up to help her to find a place to live and get a new violin that had netted more than sixty four thousand dollars since this video went up and now all she scheduled to seeing Saturday evening at the opening of Little Italy a strip in San Pedro celebrating Italian heritage LA gosh what yeah an inmate what amazing timing and I love when social media is used for good absolutely absolutely and is a mark as and said she is grateful for this new found attention apparently she is also dealing with a host of medical issues so now she has maybe some steady income coming her way to where she will be able to not have to live on the streets and you know hopefully get the medical attention she needs but yeah like you said to give you hope that you know when you're down on your luck you put yourself out there showcase that talent and and maybe the right person will take notice and give a helping hand..

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"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:46 min | 3 years ago

"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"For breakfast it's called the breakfast boy practice boy you get it sausage patties of the burger of then topped with a fried egg and bacon sausage and bacon on the same sandwich calls my name also the farmhouse boy which is Big Boy type of the fried egg and bacon if you prefer and the deluxe Big Boy topped with red onion leaf lettuce tomato for a fresh taste the lish all those classic bridges crinkle cut fries crispy goodness all their own and other tartar sauce can go wrong with that and is also apple pie Kel apple pie baby. it's a flick individual is sized pie shell with the big apple pie filling whipped topping little caramel sauce and for a limited time only to check it out of reach is near you home of burgers breakfast and Big Boy fridges thank you delicious all the time fantastic marvelous thank you thank you all rights eight forty four right now. seven other WLW about tell bond has perfect gets himself ejected again. just took a cheap shot in yesterday's game that I guess as he was leaving the field he smiled and blew kisses to the fans in Indy as he's being ejected from the game. the people calling for him to be banned from the NFL for life and now I side with them because he's on a different team now yes band bond as perfect for life believed labor someone else that's fine by me. and Antonio brown might set a new NFL record. for. challenges. to his contract he's a boy to make legal history by filing nine appeals and grievances at the same time nine of them and it really has to do with the money that's the bottom line patriots he wants his week three salary which would've been sixty four thousand dollars that's chump change compared to the rest appealing the finds he had with the raiders two hundred fifteen thousand. is weak one salary with the raiders was eight hundred and sixty thousand he wants that is signing bonus for the raiders was a million he wants that is our guarantee with the patriots was a million he wants that he wants a signing bonus of the patriots which was nine million. he wants the patriots twenty twenty option year of twenty million and the raiders salary guarantees of twenty nine million. add it up and he wants a lot of money I've done the math yet but he set the record. for for challenges to this point in time well we have to add a comment to make on our friend Karen drivers are they get dead what's up. my goodness we she challenger she she's kind of given you fake news because she tells you that the the stuff that happened and then you're you crying don't have anything to do twelve shouldn't be you know a call in the. and in. but Biden absolutely he's corrupting and he asked the prosecutor to be fired I think she's a little. the what the allegation is that he asked him to fire him because of the investigation into the. the company hunter Biden was within that's not the reason he was fired he was fired for. not rooting out corruption. not rooting out corruption he was fired for not rooting out corruption and he had investigated the owner of that company before hunter Biden was ever part of the company. your calendar more man I just gave you the answer to why would a challenger she was right. I I I can guarantee you most your listeners think we met when she called in there it's fake news well then I trying to straighten them out when she says something it is a Roni as which is just about never I mean people don't like her attitude she does have sort of a snide sounding approach but if you read if you read what she said without any implied attitude you have to agree with it. but I disagree I mean I totally disagree but we can disagree but. but I disagree with you. on the on the. that's an old rule whoever hangs up loses. it's funny who over the years around people I love the way you hang up on people like the I don't hang up on anybody because my rule is lower hangs up on the other one loses you lost I get more Flack on Karen drivers and it has more to do with her inflection then it has to do with her facts. she works in the White House you got to be as on top of things you can be you don't like what you saying it doesn't mean I don't always like what you saying either but. you be hard pressed to find when she is factually incorrect and everything about the Biden thing I mean that that that's what came out yesterday on the show this week is there are are people feeding trump. facts that were debunked years ago including the whole idea that that particular prosecutor was fired for not weeding out corruption not because he was weeding out corruption that was white by his job was to clean up the corruption situation in Ukraine that's why he demanded he be gone and it wasn't is the other thing people think of Biden did for his son it was the policy of the United States of America not the policy of Joe Biden it was the policy of a number of our allies in Europe that was their national policy that that prosecutors should go and just because Biden was the point man who said it doesn't mean that had anything to do with his son it was national policy on our part and the part of several of our allies so it's eight forty nine right now..

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"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I'm Anne. I'm excited to be filled associate and I make fifty thousand dollars so I believe that inside of a company. Everybody should know what everybody gets paid which is crazy. You said it not me. This is David Burke is he's a professor who writes about leadership and Business Management Yeah but if you ask my five year old son I write books I give talks I take care of him and David's known for his ideas about salary transparency in the workplace you right it sounds crazy and I thought that when I started researching for my book I I thought I was just going to explain why it works in some companies but it might not work in others but the truth is I think almost every company can inch closer to transparency they'd probably can't go secrecy to total transparency overnight but we all have some steps we can take on the show today transparency ideas about how more more honesty and openness could radically change our governments are businesses are institutions for the better or maybe for the worse so I have a question for David Yeah. How much do you get paid uh-huh? I have trouble with this question. I don't have a salary anymore. I can tell you the last salary I got was sixty four thousand dollars a year but I kind of in this writer life. I don't know how to answer the question because I- piece it together from so many different places here's David Burqas take from the Ted Stage at work. How much do you think the person sitting sitting in the cubicle or the desk next to you get paid do you should you notice a little uncomfortable for me to even ask you those questions but admitted you Kinda WanNa know? Most of us are uncomfortable with the idea of broadcasting our salary. We're not supposed to tell her neighbors and we're definitely announce supposed to tell her office neighbors. The assumed reason is that if everybody knew what everybody got paid then all hell would break loose. There'd be arguments. There'd be fights. There might even be a a few people who quit but secrecy is actually the reason for all that strife and what would happen if we removed that secrecy what if openness actually really increase the sense of fairness and collaboration inside a company what would happen if we had total pay transparency for the past several years I've been studying the the corporate and entrepreneurial leaders who questioned the conventional wisdom about how to run a company and the question of pay keeps coming up and the answer's keep surprising prizing it turns out that pay transparency sharing salaries openly across a company makes for a better workplace for both the employee end for the organization David. You've written about companies that have actually tried this in the real world for instance. You looked at this Internet startup called buffer. So can you tell me about them. Like how do they handle salary transparency so in buffers case. It's a a formula they use that takes into account experienced. That's the job that you're doing the city that you live in so cost of living adjustment etc.. They're start ups whether or not you chose to take equity or not. All of those things get plugged into a formula and then that formula spits out with the salary is going to be so you know okay. I need to do these things if I want to make that number higher that doesn't sound so what are they do. They have like a a white board in there in there like I. I don't know their water cooling lunchroom like here's what everybody gets paid and you can just see that it's it's not a whiteboard. I think it's an internet and everybody can look up the formula they actually went what I would call sort of super transparent and posted it on a blog on their website at one point so you can literally see. Here's what every single person in the company gets paid. They have a commitment to transparency in that regard that they shared openly which I also don't advocate every company does well how does that how does that benefit buffer like head of that make it make life easier easier or better for the employees or for the company so when I think that transparency does is it says here's what we value. Here's the formula that we're using to calculate that so you can see why here's how how to make more money in the company. We're going to be open and honest about the differences between a people in the differences between salaries and so when when word of buffers commitment to transparency started spreading around around got inundated with resumes and applications because I think in the back of a lot of people's minds they don't actually trust that their employer is looking out for them and they they're often can can sort of think maybe they're trying to screw me out of some money and buffer can't do that. They've handcuffed themselves to doing what's right by their employees because they're transparent about keeping salary. Sorry secret leads to what economists call information `asymmetry..

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"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

10:02 min | 3 years ago

"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Performance is not an indication of future results investments involve risk and the possible loss of principal. let's play Mike because I'm not sure that I'm familiar with what is this. it sounds like music TV show in the evidence number is that what it is September right again. earth wind fire earth wind and. what do you remember back in the day said something about don't they didn't list names of them mon was this the intro to the Mary Tyler Moore. that may be the bike happy Sunday everyone data Pulaski Mike brown managing director Mike brown bat at the dell wealth managers this Sunday's certainly every Sunday as as you know everyone planning for prosperity radio hour we are so proud to be a Madison wealth managers said this week and every week Mike we you know I this with this was the these are the headlines of the week as far as I see them and we will crack on all of these we have the federal reserve meeting of course we had a J. Powell doing his stand up after the federal reserve meeting which is always entertaining or at least has been recently we've got drones flying clear over Saudi Arabia over the energy we were undetected we've got we've cut undetected drones out there we have we have oil spikes and then about oil dives the right after after some of the factoids may be leaking out way arias shine all good China I'm not so good China thumbs up thumbs down right we had the are typical and we we talk about this now everyone as you know for weeks now growth stocks continue to struggle struggle out there maybe causing some difficulty for the overall market here going forward what we'll we'll talk about that but Mike what I wanted to start with Maurer the number of people who called in last week requesting some names that again maybe we haven't talked about in a while with respect to the planning for prosperity series I know we mentioned which is an inventory checklist right we mention that very briefly last week got a bunch of calls for that one so thank you so much everyone who who called in again phone number in the office everyone five one eight three four eight seven seven seven zero again five one eight three four eight seven seven seven zero that's the Madison managers that is the main line so if you give a call right during the show right after the show you'll just get. voice mail and what we'll do is just simply name and phone number we'll get right back out to you indoors let us know what you'd like and leave your address will get it right out but but what I wanted to mention there are a couple of requests this past week Mike maximizing social security okay and we haven't mentioned that you know why we haven't mentioned that a while I I think it pairs pairs very very nicely with respect to our Medicare planning right well it the the sweet girl it starts off chronologically what we do we have to learn about how to handle our retirement accounts as we start to get into our fifties we worry about getting money out of our retirement accounts being tax efficient that's the retirement fundamentals book sure social security goes hand in hand when we start to age to work our full retirement age what are the strategies to maximize not just a single person's benefits if you're married there are a lot of decision grade point where to take it do we file and suspend and then it goes into understanding Medicare in the alphabet soup of of the different parts and then it all goes to estate planning where we try to bring all those pieces together specifically now that we have in house estate planning council unbeliever getting that part John getting it done correctly and having communication amongst all the other financial discipline to the office Mike I in the end the again the you you could have said it better you could have said it any more clearly with respect to that but I just have to go back to the fact that everyone coming in with respect to doing some advance planning right around there is state Mike every single client okay every single prospective client that is common they've all said the same things can't believe the simplicity right can't believe the simplicity and absolutely love the culture of the office I am I love the comment because when we're on the radio show in the office we sometimes get sucked into the jargon of Wall Street of course and we can't help but we. Chris did client have you take care of your dance directives and they look at me gave two heads I see I apologize what I'm talking about is your healthcare proxy your power of attorney get back to your well let's clean up your trust so we have to speak plain English as what we're actually doing with this whole estate planning concept it's just getting your ducks in a row of course we're not gonna pay additional attorney fees not gonna pay unnecessary taxes were gonna not go through a probate court where things become public we're not gonna have people challenge our state planning documents you want to be a smooth process for your loved ones and you know Mike and I've always said this I think the beginning of that process and everyone everyone listening who has called again great job thumbs up you know the value that this particular document this particular organizer brings but the starting point the absolute absolute starting point everyone is just that wishes in inventory checklist that we offer through the planning for prosperity series it is in high gear Lee four eight it is entirely free of charge we will even send it to you via FedEx Mike is more than happy more more than happy to place a place the book in the old fat acts up that acts these the business after what happened I'm we're going to talk about them this week Mike weir get we're going to talk about them but please everyone just just get if you if you do one thing this weekend after listening to us again give the office a call and just request that wishes in inventory checklist what once you see it you'll absolutely know why it is so simple it gets every thing with respect to your state okay and everyone else in the state whether you think you have one or not it gets it in one place not only for you right but for your loved ones and and that's really what it's all about so five one eight three four eight seven seven seven zero is the number in the office again just simple voice mail you either again let us know what you're looking for leaving address if not just name phone number we'll get right right back to you before I forget I did want to bring something up because we're still in September and September is. life insurance awareness thank you for doing that and we've talked about this a couple of times and we've. look at the offer out if you want us to review some existing life insurance and this is a real case and I just want to spend a minute so these folks wanted to leave a legacy behind they wanted to leave money to the kids this is a two million dollar death benefit life insurance policy that's what the kids will receive if they continue to make the payments and the payments are forty thousand dollars a year it's not cheap forty thousand now this particular policy is six years old they've been paying forty thousand a year that's two hundred forty thousand dollars but what a lot of life insurance folks and sales people back in the day they made some assumptions as to what the performance of the underlying holdings inside the insurance policy you would generate in this was an eight percent net after fi illustration dad call that's high difficult we have a seat they were not able to perform at eight percent net of fees so here's what's going to happen to these poor folks next year it's not forty thousand a cost to carry a policy it's one hundred and sixty four thousand dollars or this policy is going to lapse after they paid almost a quarter of a million dollars into it they had no idea they were on the brink of disaster here now we're gonna be able to fix it we're gonna tell them to realign and make some changes I can't imagine if this one instance how many people in our area are facing the same potential disaster and have no one else no idea Mike no idea and I'm gonna piggy back off of that and I'm gonna bring this down a couple of notches with respect to your policy there was a two million dollar policy again very happy premium right that's a that's a lot of stuff that's an expense that's an expensive premium but everyone we mentioned this a couple weeks ago a case that we have been looking at just quite simply put long long time clients Mike they were just tired of getting they had two very old policies from a name insurer literally forty years okay they but they've been paying this roughly the same premium for forty years everyone this. is not a sales pitch again your experiences certainly can be different okay again to all policies I believe their death benefit was you know on the order of twenty some odd thousand you know low twenties let's call it that and they will you don't get it wasn't inexpensive prime we were able to combine those two policies right cease absolutely cease their payments going forward sees for premium payments no more premium payments okay again these are the older folks wrecked older folks number premium payments and the death benefit went up again it's just a better mousetrap available today than we had seven eight ten fifteen twenty years ago if you're not looking at these you're doing yourself a disservice you really have to everyone so we wanted to really really really really underline that this week because as Mike said it is like insurance for life insurance understanding month right under what it what is life insurance awareness all weirdness see I forgot that the two weeks in a row my can help and again not just the life but on the annuity side as well we've received a couple of enquiries on that as well absolutely thank you so much everyone thanks for joining us this Sunday we're gonna go to break right now we're going to quickly go to breakfast Rachel tells us and we'll see you right back thanks for joining us this week when it comes to your identity in the personal information on your devices there's no sound track to let you know you're in danger. today's digital world is so connected it just takes one weak link for criminals to get..

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Lawmaker accuses Justice Department of blocking whistleblower disclosure

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

14:30 min | 3 years ago

Lawmaker accuses Justice Department of blocking whistleblower disclosure

"On August twelfth a whistle blower father a whistle blower filed a complaint with intelligence community inspector general Michael act concerned who serves as the watch dog for the US intelligence community that he named was credible and urgent within the definition of the law The Washington Post reported last night that the complaint concerning communication between trump a foreign leader in which the president made some kind of promise. acting director of national intelligence just acquire has refused to turn over the complaint to Congress as is usually required by law today actions and declined to provide lawmakers on the house intelligence committee with details of the whistle blower complaint The New York Times reported that the complaint is said to involve multiple acts by trump not just one conversation with a foreign leader the president tweeted this in response to the reports quote another fake news story out there never ends virtually any time I speak on the phone to a foreign leader I understand that there may be many people listening from various US agencies not to mention those from the other country itself no problem knowing all of this is anybody dumb enough to believe that I would say something inappropriate with a foreign leader while on such a potentially heavily populated call I would only do what is right anyway and only do good for the USA joining us now to offer some insight into these reports and how all of this works is national security lawyer Brad mas he can follow on Twitter at Brad mosque he S. Q. Brad how are you. good right how you doing this evening good thank you so much for joining us so let's start with how normal intelligence community whistle blower complaint works something you've handled and no well and then we'll get to this specific situation sure so in a standard situation and what you would have is the individual which wrapped up whatever is the nature of the complaint they waited submitted to the inspector general of the intelligence community and the inspector general refuse that determinate the credible in qualifies it's what's called an urgent concerns and urgent concern being a lay great abuse of long that is not simply a public policy dispute and if the inspector general says yes this is credible he for that on to the director of national intelligence and a director of national intelligence send it to the intelligence committees that did not happen here so real quick what what generally constitutes these complaints sent to the inspector general. so could be any number of things that can be that they you know that there's a mid level manager miss using agency assets for personal use personal enrichment you can think of is systemic misuse of agency authority in terms of how an agency is managing surveillance powers and how they're submitting applications anything along those lines and how frequently do these complaints to the inspector general occur. they're not often this is not typically use thing any you're talking maybe it doesn't twenty at most of the year and most of them are not found to be credible. okay this one was found to be credible credible correct it it it got classified as urgent. yes correct it did and the more important part it apparently implicates a very senior level official if not the present United States court reporting so what makes this complaint then different from a normal complaint in terms of the steps that it would go through. so the problem here and this is what we've seen that with what happened in the subsequent Spahn it is the way the statue in the relevant statutes call the intelligence community whistleblower protection act the statute was not designed to address the situation in which the individual against whom the whistle is being blown was someone above the director of national intelligence or facing an unprecedented situation and so the problem that we are facing is how to handle it when the person is beyond the D. and icy profession okay so because everybody who's typically under the director of national intelligence once the D. and I received a complaint he would just take it to the house intelligence committee that would be the normal process be because this is somebody who's above the D. N. I. it's preventing him from doing that. that's what the justice department is apparently it by the end I could do so at the end I could have simply transmitted it but because the individual against him the whistles being blown was apparently the president he sought guidance from the justice department the justice department reviewed the complaint and said this does not fall within the mandatory obligation for you to transmit this to the intelligence committees because the president is not under your supervision and the purpose of this stature the purpose of the icy WPA with you give whistleblowers away to notify Congress and particularly the intelligence committees in particular the oversight entities yes the these oversight entities that we created in the aftermath of mixing to give them access to an understanding of the problems that are ongoing within the intelligence community not just to limit it to the executive branch itself here's the problem I have though if it stays within the executive branch whether it's at the department of justice and and the only people that know about it's the D. and IT inspector general department of justice all executive branch figures then you have no oversight. correct in that. it's about the president because the president oversees the department of justice. in the the difficulty we're facing here the struggle were facing is because the statute never envisioned that this type of factual scenario it didn't have the mechanism properly designed to address what did the and I should do and so the advice the legal advice that was given to the end I from the justice department had some legitimate basis based off a very narrow but still legitimate reading of the strict language of the statute and at that is that if it does not that the urgent concern only applies if it falls under the supervision of the D. and I and so this is this you know political no man's land facing. all past practice of the last twenty one years tells you this is how it's still possible to be done but your facing a scenario that you've never had before we're talking to national security lawyer Brad mossy can follow on Twitter at Brad mas E. S. Q. so the inspector general went before the intelligence committee today and didn't really say anything because he couldn't write that the director of national intelligence must've instructed him based on what the department of justice said not to reveal the complaint to Congress. so in a letter that came out shortly after RB inspector general's testimony included I believe was released by the house intelligence committee there was a letter from the specter general dated two days ago that outline that he had been repeatedly asking for authorization from the director of national intelligence to reveal at least some detail to the intelligence committee about what had gone on what was the nature of the disclosure even if it wasn't to be disclosing disclosing the complaint itself and at the end I had continued to refuse and until the IG has that authorization. he can't say anything and that's why you had what you had today where he could not. confirm anything he could not address any of the reporting now what power does Congress have to compel the D. and night to provide them the complaints that the whistle blower issue is there any recourse that Congress has. very little for the way Congress set up the statute no it didn't create any rate of judicial review or any private called the faction all it all they have the ability to do it actually everything. they could subpoena the director of national intelligence. I can testify in open session on next Thursday if he doesn't answer the questions they can hold them in contempt and they could refer him for transportation to the justice department which of course is not gonna do anything. they can try to use their own inherent authority you have the sergeant arms arrest him which of course they're not going to do they could sue. claiming that the year so their subpoena has been obstructed and try to compel disclosure but then becomes the legal debate in court over a very new wants to narrow piece of language in the link the statue for. they essentially try to define parts the deny as leverage which would be politically dangerous let me ask you this in terms of. god. a bread on just for a quick this is Felix Vega could the whistle blower themselves go directly to Congress. now so here is I own a copy out that under the terms of the I. T. W. P. eight it does not grant the whistle blower the authority on their own to just go to a member of Congress now there are those of us including myself who argue that they be visible or already has that authority to go to select committees like the intelligence committee get they have the necessary security clearances they have the relevant facilities that they should be allowed to go do that no one's ever been criminally charged that contact but if the whistle blower were to do that they would almost certainly be fired in the clear. is this a form is this some form of executive privilege basically that is being invoked here because it involves the president conversations that he had that apparently this was a blower was privy to that that is why the department of justice believes that it doesn't have to be turned over to Congress also at the moment it's only a classification issue that clearly been involved and that's why the I. T. W. P. A. this as a mechanism is because these are classified disclosures they're coming to Congress yes though this became a legal fight in court between the house intelligence committee and the president or the M. night there would be an issue indications of executive privilege because yeah this is something involving the president's communication we're talking a national security lawyer Brad mas here on PM Tampa Bay if the president wanted to because the president claims look there's nothing to see here if he wanted to he could immediately declassified a whistle blower complaint and make a public correct. course he cut which also course in the end says well wait a minute he's made clear he has no prom exercising that authority the with the NO a president has done yet he hasn't done that here despite all this media spectacle we've had for the last six days about what's going on here and now these reports suggesting he basically made some illicit promise to a foreign head of state why wouldn't he want to just the classified it and let the information come out well at the sixty four thousand dollar question only Donald J. trump after that year in DC you're in the middle of of the national security apparatus they're clearly somebody is leaking information now to the media about the complaint we learn that allegedly it involves now the Washington post is reporting the complaint about president trump involves Ukraine so that's a new report but we're learning that involves potentially conversation between the president and a foreign leader then we learned that it could be multiple incidents that are contained in this complaint so we'll be information do you think get out there anyway and how dangerous is that for people to leak are parts of this complaint. we'll be clear anybody who's leaking parts of that complaint at a moment after at a minimum they're risking have being fired and losing their clearances and depending on if parts of it are classified that they're leaking out they could also face criminal penalties that all being said yes it seems that the majority if not all of this complaint will eventually get leaked out. the only question is will it all be done before the actual verified details get provided the Congress or this one the situations with a whistle blower tried to do it right went through the process in the end because of obstruction from that the N. nine the White House is that gonna of actually be under cut in the very thing he or she was trying to keep quiet and properly report to Congress without leaking it to the public is gonna get leaked out anyway it's by other individuals with their own potential agenda and Brian terms of this statue just seems like it makes no sense. once again that there would not be a fail safe for anyone above the D. and I too you know there if someone did something wrong and basically blocks anyone above the D. and I from being reported to Congress and anyone finding out about this is this something Congress can change in the interim possibly or do they have to wait until you know that this is over with. all the I mean they could change it tomorrow but when applied to this situation necessarily unless the contact gently can't make it retroactive like that but I think the reason why they never contemplated applying this far higher level above that the N. nine there was some legislative debate arming Congress when they passed the original bill back in nineteen in the late nineteen nineties wise you ultimately at that higher level perfectly the president you're dealing with someone with so much discretion and so much inherent constitutional authority that it's very difficult to imagine that anything that would actually fall within the scope of a flagrant violation or abuse of law as opposed to simply dispute over public policy matter is opposed to someone who's more of a mid level manager just relying on what the delegated to them so there there there were there were been inherent constitutional Kanya tension with trying to apply this to the president I'm sure that something that would come up if they're all the litigation over this which is why it's never been applied to

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"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

09:10 min | 3 years ago

"sixty four thousand dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Afternoon news with Machen Gatos could lowering the do you why limit to point oh five here in Arizona stop wrong way driving one person says yes we'll tell you why he's wrong that's today at two. John is in Tennessee welcome to the Ramsey show John. thank you how are you doing today better than I deserve Sir how can I help. yeah I had a quick question for you friend of mine actually. I want you to I'm about forty thousand dollars and beyond and I won I'm trying to figure something out but I can do to try to bring it down a little bit better look **** then what we are doing now I make about sixty thousand a year when it truck robin but anytime I get any money saved up we want one up in the air allowing it we have two other people living with her brother in our review may one of them have a job the other one doesn't have a job I just want to get your opinion on something I can do. when you get married. I haven't decided yet all original point we backs been together for about eight years now so my original plan was to get out of debt. before we got married and been able to chill let down why I was afraid you inherit her death and she was afraid that my that. it was kind of stupid me I guess what does she make a year. she actually just recently got terminated from her job she was actually drop in truck this well or do you mind but we were at between the two of us about a hundred forty a year now it's just down to me. about the and. she just now got a job at the end I am again or PM our around there. pretty big pay cut. yeah this pretty major and the sad thing is we were originally planning on paying our bills down and we were doing it slowly when she had that good job and by doing it slowly a kind of a mess that up when she got terminated. job yeah so why should not go back and make the same kind of money for somebody else that she used to my. well she can't go back in the trucking at this point she had a couple of accidents while she was in the. company you are and when you drop truck wash later I called back report work truck now yeah. yeah that's a good reason okay that's why I heard that's what our nation was over she no longer insurable yeah. yeah. originally going. eleven dollars an hour but got back on with her and told the in a job that she had refused making ten dollars an hour but they want her back so badly they offer. now okay. all right and how much that does she have. yeah I have your health you're out for how much does she have. between the two of us yeah forty. how much health. about twelve thousand and and show you have thirty a are you have twenty eight. yes I have twenty eight she had about twelve thousand but okay going up. when you're not married you don't pay each other's bills. sure she works on her twelve thousand you work on your twenty eight until you get married people that don't pay rent don't get to stay. show the guys in their need to get jobs in there the parasites need to. you know move somewhere else or get jobs and pay the rent or they need to move. and then you guys you got to sit down and develop a plan with your money on a written budget this says I'm gonna buy I'm gonna you know pay the rent I'm gonna buy my lights in water I'm gonna eat and that so yeah. everything else is going on this debt though I get it gone and you can get a gone in a year if you do that. about a year yeah but your own beans and rice man there's no more party. there's no more life yeah you all you're doing is getting I'm all you're doing is getting on the debt could you tell me what you're doing you tell me I'm **** off I get money out and then it just got goes and I go buy something and then but that you're not allowed to whine about not getting out of bed if you keep living like that. yeah you gotta be it's gotta be game home I mean it's it's a pretty simple formula is like you know you get the truck and you have a destination you put that in the GPS and you're either going to follow that are you're not going to get to the destination right. correct the same going with this. you're either going to take the steps are you're not going to get out of that and so you gotta go I'm done being impulsive I'm done you know this money just slipping away every month I'm gonna eat. barely and I'm not going out to eat ever and I'm gonna pack my lunch in the cooler in the truck and we're gonna live all not been no life because I'm work to do dad gum hard to be this broke. I mean you get tired but you know you get sick and tired been sick and tired that's what turned it around for you yeah you do all that you can you know and I would suggest that if you're going to get married this time to get married it's time to paint or get off the letter dated I mean eight years really it's time decide what you're going to hear how you go live your life and you cause all that's been playing footsie with ever of little part of this in your you really need to decide this is who we are this is what we're doing and. you know it it's if. eight eight Dolch devise a plan and follow it children do what feels good. and I've been right there where you are I've done dumber things in your doing I've lived more impulsively then you're living I used to think when you went to sams or Costco the cover charge was two hundred Bucks I thought you had to buy something in there right I thought it was federal law you had the bond on grounds of mustard or they didn't watch out right I thought you had to spend everything you may and I bought stuff that I don't even know what it was I understand I understand what impulsive feels like I'm being broke feels like and I finally just said now I'm done. I've had it I'm not living like this anymore and you got to have that moment Sir. nivea is up next in Texas hi nivea how are you. good how are you Mr rambling better than I deserve how can I help. all right so. we are newlyweds my husband is here with me and we have ninety K. and total combined. sixty four is minor student loans I went to a private college in Philadelphia. and my husband makes seventy two came right now he's expected could get two hundred K. because we are planning to move back to Philadelphia to live with my father to get out of debt he's gonna make a hundred K. in Philadelphia yeah what do you do. I I haven't worked for the past year and I've left two jobs to follow him why to find me gives moving around. yeah we were in Florida what do you do for a living what's your degree and for sixty four thousand dollars I have a degree in criminal justice the probation officer for several years but because we kept moving. thank you for me to get back into the field and because we got married this year I was so busy planning a wedding so. what's the other and that other than the sixty four thousand stood alone he has a kia for thirteen thousand. ten thousand dollars left on the kia and he has a small state. that a seventy four to ninety is not a small student loan debt. is a twenty six thousand dollars in London. twenty thousand more yeah about that okay all right okay and so what would you may okay you're moving to Philadelphia he's gonna make a hundred and you're going to go get a job making what. I have connections there because that's where internship and I have friends there on the field so I can make about thirty five to forty okay so we have a household income of a hundred and forty and we have debt of ninety why are you moving in with your Daddy won't you just go get an apartment. we have an apartment right now eleven.

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US emergency aid for Venezuela arrives at Colombian border

Wake Up Call

05:16 min | 3 years ago

US emergency aid for Venezuela arrives at Colombian border

"Jennifer, let's say showdown kind of you know, happening to me you've got Madero on one side telling his military, don't you let that aid in. And then on the other side, you've got the opposition leader one Guido going. We're gonna make sure that humanitarian aid gets delivered. So what now? Yeah. We well. We're waiting for somebody to blink. You're absolutely right. We got the the shops of this international bridge Kakuta on the border with Colombia. And of course, you've seen it. And there's a big orange tanker. That's kind of been put in the in the roadway there. Couple of big blue steel containers on either side and Medeiros come forward. And he's he's basically arguing that his nation is not a nation of beggars, and they have long rejected receiving humanitarian assistance, and there's no free lunch. And he says you want to help the country USA lift some sanctions on us, and we can do a whole lot better job. More efficient job of getting food and medicine to our own people. But on the other hand, you have Guido going. That's not the case at all. We need some help right now. Let's get that aid in. Yeah. I kind of just Johnny on the spot, isn't it? It's kind of curious how everything is a bit contrived about Guido. But yeah, that's the latest. We have to we have to do it right now. We gotta get that US supplies in right now. A lot of countries are very skeptical Greece for one they're they're looking for a if you will at unified European response and re government says, no, we're we're sticking with Madero. We're not going to be. Hopwood on board and respecting and accepting the interim president they say, that's that's bogus recycling with the guy. That's there. It's up for him to figure out what should be playing in a few shippers country and try to figure out some kind of a a way forward that helps the people in Venezuela by the Venezuelan. Okay. So they're saying that contrived in the sense that that Guido knew that or let's just say that the US contacted him and said, hey, we're going to have aid come in. We're gonna make you look like a hero to all of these people. I mean, he, you know about the creepy made in December, don't you? Yes. He was in the US, right and Columbia who was in Brazil. They got a new right wing president there, and it's like twenty percent of the country in Venezuela. This guy was. Hey, this is a guy who's gonna be your new president and a lot of people scratching their heads. Yes. They're feeling the pinch of of a lot of serious serious economic problems there. But again, it's it's Madero says this is by any shape or form a slow burning coup. And of course, US if you will intelligence has been behind quite a few coups and that part of the world going back decades. And you know, what's going to happen here could turn into a civil war could turn into bloodshed. If we're not careful and try to get out of it some other way. Well, I know that a lot of it rests on the military, and with whom they side and at this point, they have been siding with Madero. Okay. That's fine. However, when they're getting paid their reports that some of the members of the military or getting like, the high ranking members like six bucks a month at what point did they go, look, I have no food. I can't feed my family. I don't have any. Money and then flipped their side and go, you know, what I'm going to go with Guido, at least he can get me some food at least he can you know, what point does necessity become the tipping point for them. Are you know that that's that's the sixty four thousand dollar question. Will there be personal tipping points? You bet. But but I don't think they've reshoot at this stage. You're looking at some film that came across the board this morning here with Madero yesterday addressing at one military base soldiers there, and and really mocking the the US attempt at a coup mocking John Bolton for what he called a a cool in the making. You said you are not the Defense Secretary of Venezuela go away. So at this point, the humanitarian aid is just sitting there, and we're just waiting for something to happen. Is that is that where we are? That's where we are. Right now. Exactly. So we'll see what shakes out. It's a it's an interesting ploy to try to get in and to persuade people through giving them things to try to get them on board. Just caught in the middle of this. This. Exactly. Yeah. All right, Tom. Thank you so much bigger later ABC's, Tom rivers, what a mess. What a mess. So you've got Madero go. No, no. We don't need your help. Yes. You do when people can't eat when you're paying your military. Six bucks a month. You do when you're governments in the toilet yet need help. At least accept the aid. At least your people eat. I mean, I'm not saying that guidos the perfect guy either. But I'm just saying can we? What about the people? What about the people who were caught in the

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DNC vice chair on Kavanaugh as a potential SCOTUS justice

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DNC vice chair on Kavanaugh as a potential SCOTUS justice

"Is the nato general secretary saying yes we have agreed to up our investment in so what they call hybrid wolf so ensuring that they're protected against cyber attacks in tweed with with armies on the ground they've got a new cyber operations center to be announced it's going to be during all members cyber tape abilities so that was some agreement but notably an awful lot of tension next trump heads to the uk what are we expecting this will be fascinating he comes to the united kingdom on thursday ebony and he's gonna be jetting in he's gonna be going to burn them palace in oxygen to begin with that's going to be a dinner a black tie dinner nonetheless no less with theresa may the prime minister of the uk is then going to be getting into london where he's staying with the us ambassador in regent's park but i might add there is going to be protests throughout his three day working visit because we have protests outside palace is going to be protests in london he's then going to be understand doing a military site visit is going to be visiting the queen having tea with the queen windsor castle expect protests there to get this limit of all there is going to be a giant trump baby balloon there's going to be flying above westminster this is something that's been agreed to that the thumbs up by city con the mayor hayes allowing it to occur but just amazing set of protests what's sad is that the us ambassador has actually had to worn those americans living in the uk that perhaps they should be keeping a low profile during the president's visit so there is going to be tension here on the ground but then out of from from tea with the queen he's gonna be getting over to scotland to visit his key golf resorts that many right bloomberg's caroline hyde at for us in london we will be following and we're going to be covering more cyber security issues with gil schwer the ceo of checkpoint later in the show talking about elections security and safeguarding around the world regulators may find facebook six hundred sixty four thousand dollars over the cambridge analytica scandal the social network failed to prevent user data from falling into the hands of the political consulting firm that worked on the trump campaign regulators say that data belonging to as many as eighty seven million facebook users and their friends may have been as we've discussed at nauseam misused coming up we will speak to venture partners jeremy lou about how the firm will put to work it's massive new fund that is next and if you like bloomberg news check us out on the radio listen on the bloomberg radio app bloomberg dot com.

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