27 Burst results for "Sixty One Thousand Dollars"
"sixty one thousand dollars" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"Find a compelling ev one good nothing to and karen drivers i e v of the year award but the mustang badge but it was conjures images of powerful speed adult thrills and the mike e struggled and its existing forms which is why the gt and gt performance. Has now arrived. A larger battery. Pack is coming as well so the battery pack is being given three kilowatt hours extra. The battery pack isn't being made any big they giving you access to what was already there across the range as well there also increasing the slowdown the taper of charging from eighty percent to ninety percent. One of the things about the maquis. It was really humbled because for eighty percent. He would just trickle josh. That's being moved to ninety percent and varies with this ninety. One kilowatt hour energy. That's now available. Extra power in the gt and performance editions. They see a little bit lower on sportier suspension. And actually the performance model has some really funky dampers as well. Ford call it magna right and it just keeps the car really planted if you want to put your right foot down and enjoy some pretty rapid night like mountain driving because they use cosworth driven on the pacific coast highway area. I think so everything else apart from this stays pretty similar. There is the nicest seats that you got. Ms the better suspension. Like i say an also varies the new kind of extended driving mode which is new to this. As well they could unbridled extend mode there's always been unbridled mode that gives you all of the beans but overheats the car management on the mac as was something i think ford knew they had to work on but unbridled extend mode. Looks to give you a longer run. Optimizes the battery pack thermal management. Actually pulls back the peak performance a little bit and doesn't give you everything but it doesn't mean that you can enjoy that spirited driving just for a little bit longer now my buddy kyle twenty the inside davies podcast with from out of spec motoring aspect reviews as well. He made a great video about this. Go check out. He says if you're going to spend the extra full grand and get the mac. Gt spend another five and get the gt performance because that added suspension the that the the dampers the active dam was the the funky wales the. What else the seats all the little bits that the five thousand package adds on top of the sixty one thousand dollar base. Gt is just totally. What north of sixty three point. Five seconds the hottest version of the mustang monkey. They've released now. How does compared to like the twenty twenty testimonial y jill motor performance. Will that starts at sixty two thousand four hundred that goes to sixty in one hundred kilometers now in three point. Six seconds so yeah no point one second slower look. It's all in the same ballpark hip. So some nice improvements. They're adding to the mustang mckee ryan car and driver a big fan by the look of it having look around some of the reviews apart from kyle's and he was a few sive outset by the way he loved he owns. He bought a maquis with his own money. So he's got something to say. He's driven that a lot. He's charged it a lot and gadget called an american muscle car for the twenty first century again. Another glowing review really liking the new kind of smoothed off front grill. Some people have competit- to the original testimony. S black grill. I don't see that personally but some people do the performance version. They point out sits on slightly different rubber. I think different pirelli's which again add to that. That feeling of just being a little bit more performance oriented from all of the other mac as two hundred and sixty miles of range on this points out and if you all going model y performance if you are going..
"sixty one thousand dollars" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®
"That's how to leverage guys. And if they made to sales a day that's a thousand dollars a day seven thousand dollars a week four point three weeks a year. That's thirty thousand dollars a month. You think you could find someone who'd be psyched about working with you for thirty camp twelve months a year. Three hundred and sixty one thousand dollars. I'm a lot of people in this room. It'd be like not right. Okay go learn sales. Okay but i wonder for yourself okay. So this is a simple math equation. Learned this from my mentor. And it blew my mind. When i saw it because i was like. It's he says it differently than i do. He doesn't talk about math equations. Okay but it's like oh my god. That's a symbol math equation. It's just math. i'm in my story. I am in my noise. I'm in myself doubt. So what do you want. What's your goal and buy one and that down and then the next question is where are you now. What are your current results now. Let's do the math. What's the gap. How are we going to close the gap on that money. So there's three ways to make more money as your prices increase the quantity that you sell. At a new channel of income freeways everything top line revenue comes in these three ways. Which one will you choose decide quickly. Okay so do the math with your current pricing. Does it get you there so do it a month. What's your monthly number. What are you selling some multiple things. Take the average. So if if you want to get to ten k. A month and the thing that you are selling his two thousand. You need to sell five of them. Ten thousand divided by two thousand. If you're selling one a month do you think you can get to five the challenges if you have an income goal of ten thousand and the thing you're selling is forty seven dollars. Let me say fifty dollars. Then you have to sell two thousand fifty dollars thing. Okay are you. Is your marketing in place for that. Can you do that. Is that viable. What would you reach need to be. How would you put that in play. So when you're thinking about which of these things to do raise. Your prices.
"sixty one thousand dollars" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"By a year so deliveries next summer what is happening at nissan. It's and it frustrates. The hell out of me because they led with the leaf so early now. Are you a year away can well. That's that's that's slightly crazy. This on didn't reveal in june when the export market deliveries would start but no why next summer prices for the first the small version so that is the basic version front wheel drive sixty three kilowatt hour. Battery is three hundred and sixty kilometer car but is four hundred and ten thousand kronor just over forty thousand euros. That's the entry level car. Yeah right eighty six percent more than the entry level missile leaf with the forty kilowatt hour battery and which is about twenty five thousand dollars and forty four percent more than the leaf. That's where the sixty two kilowatt hour battery get for about thirty two thousand well less than that in the us if you want to go top of the range. It's the aria all-wheel-drive that tech is good e- force but the way they style it. It's the letter. E the number four so e four. And then oh. Rca so e force. I still don't understand that if you own the false eighty seven kilowatt hours. All-wheel drive is going to cost you. Sixty six thousand dollars. Wow my friends. Wow so sixty six thousand dollars you well fifty six thousand euros you in some rarefied territory my friend if you won't that kind of and you like model why or something. Then you know. This is difficult because no way you know there is already added in things like that but at least in the us without tax. He's really difficult. Isn't it because it's very hard to compare. Prices across countries and boarders buzzer reminded the purchase price of the model. Y long range fifty thousand dollars. Well like that's cheaper so performance sixty one thousand dollars so again this is the hour is different but still is honey is harder than workout with taxes and things like that but you in that territory of a a performance model y that will is going to do. Three hundred miles. Epa one hundred fifty five miles an hour top speed three point five seconds to sixty. You're in the territory of the audi q. Four e tron top spec. You can easily get top spec scott to any. Id four any of those cars. You can absolutely option them to the hilts our you're gonna get the newness and our. Yeah i dunno i pay. We'll wait and drive it right. But that's that's my concern. That's a huge amount of money as always we'd love to know your thoughts on this story in any of the other stories that we talk about because hey you know if i'm misreading the situation you think that's good value. Please please let me know that. I have read that one wrong next. We'll talk about kea and the a narrow or narrow ev- eight different things in different countries leading the netherlands to the dutch thirty percent plucking share so against norway. But it's a thirty percent plugin share. That's brilliant back in august. The passenger car market was down. Thirty six percents so onto years because last year was a bit weird. So look back. Twenty nineteen the come is over third down the plugging market. You know where. I'm going with this up. Seventeen percent yes. It's a good time to be selling electric vehicles. Two thirds of all plug ins are electric cars bev's dominate. What was doing well in august in the netherlands..
"sixty one thousand dollars" Discussed on Clark Howard Show
"There are so many ways that you can do your quote unquote banking now without being with one of these overpriced dinosaurs. And as for the one of the reasons people stayed with these big banks because they're atm networks. I want you to think about how little so many of us use cash now. How often you ever need an atm number. One number two so many of the alternatives that you can go to for banking offer. Atm networks where you can withdraw money fee free then the next thing with the banks. Okay all right. I want you to think about it. The bill pay thing seems to hold people with a financial institution changing the bill pace. So i'm asking you to create forty five minutes to one hour of misery. One time in your life. Changing your bill pays. And if you have any automated withdrawals changing those so you will be free from the clutches of old school and move. Instead to modern new school. Now the final clincher. All right krista. I've no idea what you're going to say this. You make me look like an idiot. Oh no not possible. Well i am an idiot a lot. How many times in the last year have you had to go into a branch to do something at a bank zero. That's right i mean. People don't tend to have to go into a branch of a bank anymore at all so having those huge branch networks. No valuable final thing is bank. Branches sucked the life out of a neighborhood. They're open minimal hours built like fortresses and you could instead on that really cool corner have really fine restaurants with patios you could have cool boutiques whatever anything other than a life sucking bank branch eating up the vitality of a corner or a neighborhood. Have i bashed him enough. Really okay. I have no opinion about this. You can tell at all well. Jeff in new york has a question actually involves wells fargo. I have a private wells. Fargo student loan locked for life. Ed zero percent due to taking a settlement. I give them two hundred dollars a month but my credit tanked. I o thirty one thousand dollars. I also have a federal student loan at three point six percent. And i o sixty one thousand dollars on that. Should i make it a priority to pay off the wells fargo settlement and improved my credit again or is it best to pay off the interest bearing private loan. I am torn so actually. It's an interest federal loan that you have at three point. Six three point six is a very favorable rate but it's obviously not zero the federal student loans. There's a good possibility that will have It's going to be controversial with some portion.
"sixty one thousand dollars" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE
"In september of two thousand one to This past sunday right now. The thing is like the internet has all kinds of calculators that you can use to look at the return on any stock you want and so you would now have ninety seven thousand dollars. Almost a hundred thousand dollars Would now be near portfolio if you just put that money into the broader star stock market. The s&p five hundred you would only have sixty one thousand dollars so as you say It's almost sixty percent difference. They outperformed broader stock stock market by six percent so as any professional money manager. We tell you like Difference that's a huge amount of money and so it just pays. It pays to invest in these companies when there's war so who has fifteen thousand dollars in two thousand one i mean. Obviously if you're stocking the shelves in the grocery store if you're driving a bus city bus if you know if you have any basic jobs that americans have. I don't think that fifteen thousand dollars extra to play around within the stock market so so clearly. The people that had that money were in the upper middle class or wealthy people. Yeah i forget what the exact numbers are a but it is something like the top ten percent. The richest ten percent of american households own ninety percent. It's something around there and of course it gets more concentrated as you go up the scale. So most of that. At least a hugely disproportionate amount of that eighty four percent is held by the top one percent and even more disproportionately by the top zero point one percent so in absolute numbers. This is a lot of people you know this is this is millions of households so lots and lots of people benefited from this and That's part of the reason why america has so many wars that means though that everybody knows somebody that's got that kind of money and that means tonight those people who benefited during this twenty. Your war are sitting at home knowing that.
"sixty one thousand dollars" Discussed on The Bernard Lee Poker Show
"Welcome to the bernardi poker. Show here on. August seventeenth enjoyed our show last week as we had on preston begin because he had won. Not only the little kings and queens bane of events but also had won the twenty. Twenty one breakout player of the year for the second annual gulf poker awards. We talked about the different awards in one that was for player of the year former guest. Joe a bear if you recognize that name that is the twenty twenty w so p main event domestic bracket winner hashtag for linda. Many of you may remember. As he was playing in honor of his late mother wealth he won the breakout player of the year at the gulf poker awards and also ended up taking down the poker main event. That's where they made. The announcement gave out the awards. And joe talk about that ceremony. Because you'll be our guest this week. As i mentioned he won the poker grow made a vents. You talked about that event as well and the two thousand twenty. Wp bena vet. Domestic winner will be our guest so joy. There will be on show this week however before we get to that. Let's get to some of the news. The waso p. of course has had bracelet events that you either play in nevada or new jersey but this past week they also start out having events in pennsylvania the waso p dot com p. A version was launched earlier and now they had eight bracelet events in the state of pennsylvania. They tested out there. Do technology where you're able to have multiple day one bench. The wbz dot com typically is done in one day but the first event which was the deep stack hold him kickoff event and then also. The main event had multiple flights in. There was a little bit of a hiccup. As the thirty two hundred no limit holdem high roller event. Unfortunately there were some technical issues and so they had to postpone that to later in the series. And i believe it's going to be happening today. So a good start for wp pennsylvania and hopefully that will continue and more and more states will be allowing on line poker We talked about the waso pay. Well also g g poker is off and running having their waso bracelet events and the two countries that are really starting out strong are brazil which has won four w on online event and this is through the first nine race events. They won four of them another country. Poland has one too so these two countries have made up for two thirds of all the race slits one so far. But congratulations obviously to brazil as they are off and running winning a tremendous a number of events including event number seven. Which is the fifteen hundred dollar millionaire millionaire maker. Event was a five million dollar gear and chief for the fifteen hundred dollar buying and had warno perez perez one in one almost one point four million dollars. The first event was incredible. Thirty thousand eight hundred and ten entries. Who i was only a fifty dollar by event and that events Really broke the records and broad out So many players hundred sixty one thousand dollars first place of poland's of our told me about swith baodie. Sorry so a boda won. The events gives my pronunciation. But congratulations for that What a huge massive events there for the waso. Oh p and g g poker well also. There was some discussion this week. Because with the waso supe- coming up and of course with a lot of angst maybe some concern about the Co vid and also the delta varia there was a tweet sent out by the w. s. o. p..
"sixty one thousand dollars" Discussed on The PokerNews Podcast
"On at gee-gee poker tournament got sixteen hundred in forty three runners. And it was another brazilian. Taking down in theocro. Macedo goes by. I need was sobbing online. One that for one hundred and sixty one thousand dollars and his first gold bracelet and pretty good turnouts really throughout the course of the world series of poker especially the millionaire. Make that got huge turnouts. Get six max. Is going on. Azure forty minutes and then shot. Of course you add what i like to call. Degen's are sent out with the flipping. Go the two hundred dollar by add. Let go so for those unfamiliar with the flipping. Go on g g you pay a two hundred dollars you get one starting sack you can pay up to two thousand dollars to get up to and starting to act when you get don't rijkaard's and you have to discard one and then it's a fear of flips a little bit of pineapple little bit of oldham little bit of degenerate gambling for you and then once you make it. If you beat your table you make it to the go side of things so the first stages the flip. The second stage is to go in that second stage thick go was one by george soros out of greece for more than one hundred seventeen thousand dollars. That's his second career world series of poker bracelet. Chris mormon made the final table easter. Dan's made the final table and so did a limitless. Victor announced see. I'm looking over the poconos updates to it. Looks like even number. Seven was the last event to wrap up a fifteen hundred dollar millionaire maker tournament. Got a massive five thousand four hundred thirty seven runners almost seven point eight million prize pool and i got the brazilians on this one. Because this is my third recap talking. Brazilian winner one eduardo. Pure as took it down for almost one point. Four million dollars so the first seven figure winner another just big tournament and as were recording. This i'm looking at the updates again. Poker news is doing live. Updates for every single gold bracelet event from the poker wsb beyond mine bracelet events. So follow along Right now event number eight is a five thousand dollars. Six handed no limit hold of championship the tournament got four hundred and seventy nine runners in it is down to the final three players right now. Looks like germany's daniel Slim jakovic i know nailed it one two to one chip lead over zoning key and then christodoulos christodoulou must be at a that. God bless these gee-gee poker is the short stack right now so we will have to wait and see. We'll see. maybe if this event wraps up the end of this podcast we can quit. Come back to it. otherwise we'll have to wait till next week's episode but lots of events happening over there on gee-gee poker and were not even a third of the way jeff. Yeah that's right and then one more event you got the brazilians. I got the Out of hole in casper zara wins event number five to three hundred fifteen dollar bounty stack for almost eighty thousand dollars. Two thousand one unique entries. Nine hundred eighty eight re entries in that wanna price bowl of almost nine hundred k..
"sixty one thousand dollars" Discussed on The PokerNews Podcast
"It'll come up. Otherwise i'll click the link in the show notes that you can find it easy there and who knows. Maybe you'll be falling in the footsteps of mr estrada winning your way to the wb main event There's been a lot of bracelet news. It's been a couple of weeks since we didn't to do it. So since we just talked g g let's just pick it up right there. The bracelet events thirty three of them on poker are underway. Poker news is doing live. Updates were doing streams from some of the final tables and there have been numerous bracelets already awarded jeffrey. Tell us about the first yellow start with event number one. The iffy dollar bracelet event the return of one million dollar guarantee prideful crushed that force like we expected more than thirty thousand eight hundred entries in this one. The winner. out of fullon portland We nailed it on the pronounce. Her i know wins. More than one hundred sixty one thousand dollars to send absolutely extraordinary payout to think about that chad. One hundred sixty one k. Up fifty dollar buyer. That was a big way to kick off the series and then right around the same time event. Number two is taking place. That was the eleven hundred eleven hundred and eleven dollars. Caesar's cares it was a bracelet event with a charity component to it. Got fifteen hundred eighty four entries one point seven million dollar prize pool. Raise over one hundred. Seventy five thousand dollars for caesar's care Which is nevada base. Covert nineteen charity. So some good work there and then coming out on top of the tournament was a familiar. Name in brazil's joel semifinal. He took it down for his first race at over two hundred thousand dollars and was it's exciting. Like he was a big name. He's a sponsored gallo. Wrap party fokker. He's in that brazilian market. Which is absolutely huge is capturing bracelet here and so i think this victory really helped kick off these gee-gee poker events in a big way. It always does when you have one of these big name. Players capture racist. So that one's pretty excited and then continue that momentum we have daniel on the ground hearing i'll also he's streaming all of his w with the events on digi and he made a deep run in event number three twenty five hundred dollars limit bolden. He made his way into that money into the money. That event was won by nicolo molin. Nellie that's his second race win in the last two years one an online event at the twenty twenty world sukkur as well. He wins more than eighty eight thousand dollars. More than one hundred seventy five players in this. When chatwin's last time he by limit holdem it has been a hot minute. And i enjoyed listening to the people in the news. Chat going crazy wondering why. Why betty why didn't you put them all in and things like that. It's all school limit holdem. I'm glad they did that event. I'm glad in the ground you did well on with streaming it so that that was pretty cool. Event number four was the eight hundred dollar. Double chance nolan. Hold.
"sixty one thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"Self assessments in performance reviews with everybody on the team also an annual recap in strategy session that we like to do either the last month of the year or the first month of the year. Here's my acronym for effective meetings. It's pita not pain in the ass. It's pita presence intention time and agenda every time you have a meeting if you follow this acronym you will have all-star meetings first of all presents. Nobody is looking at their phone for the duration of the meeting. You have to be present and you have to participate in the meeting intention. We did this for this meeting. What are we here for. What would be a positive outcome. What must happen during this fifteen twenty minute. Our meeting three hour meeting what must happen. In order for this to be a positive result. What must we get out of this. What must resolve in this period of time. The next one is time. If it's scheduled to be a forty five minute meaning you start on time you end on. Time is defined. That is a really really important portion of this formula because when meeting start to fall apart when you allow people to monologue when you allow people to stand up and say i know this on the agenda but i just gotta say and it it devolves into a bitch session stick to the intention stick to your timeframe stick to the next point which is agenda presents. Intention timing agenda if you stick to that you will. You will progress by leaps and bounds in your practice. Here's just some you guys can look at these afterwards and all of these resources are available to you if you would like them. These are all of our meeting. Agendas whoops our weekly growth meeting cal quarterly calibration meeting departmental assessment form. This is the monthly form that i was talking about. Okay these are some of the things that dr did over a twelve month period of time foundational stuff phase one stuff even though she was a face to practice. Okay here are her results. Her net production went up to one point seven eight. Her new patients went up to four. Seventy five her total overhead drops to forty seven percent so she became a black belt or associate salaries to forty nine. She kept her distribution the same ninety thousand her profitability went all the way up to six hundred thirty three thousand dollars. Her debt-service stayed the same at seventy two remember. We are trying to get to three hundred thousand dollars in available funds. She almost doubled it to five hundred. Sixty one thousand dollars k still practicing dentistry only invisible line now no real clinical dentistry..
"sixty one thousand dollars" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"So we were talking about the Talking about kobe talking about masking talking about the individual versus individualism versus collectivism. And how the left refuses to see See you as individuals. And they're locking down again. They're looking the lockdown again and the The numbers that they're using is based upon a study or the mass guidance is based upon vaccine study that's listed as a failing peer review this according to just the news so the number are the study that's listed is listed or where the reason why there are how they're trying to justify. I'm sorry i can't speak tonight. The reason the cdc justified their new mask guidance based on vaccine study that's listed as a failing peer review and yet the left is going mad again. They're trying to lock down everybody's screaming cases or cases are up. Cases are up so we've got to do something about that and meanwhile that the death rate is absolutely cratering. And i think i just lost my place. William william sent me add an article. And now i have lost that article okay. Let me let me. Prompt this up real quick because i want to. I want to read these numbers to you guys. This is all a farce. This is complete and other utter farce. The less at the left has nothing else. They got january six. Get crt but here it. Is this from the daily mail kobe. Nineteen death rates in almost every us state plateau ted near record low levels but unvaccinated hotspots like arkansas and missouri are are reporting figures not seen since february so while average. Us corona virus cases rise by three hundred twenty two percent over the last three weeks. Death deaths have risen just twenty seven percent. Average virus related has remained below three hundred since june. Twenty fifth showing that effectiveness of vaccines. Most states are reporting record. Low levels with the rate below One deaths per one hundred thousand people hot spots are seeing increases however with states like again like missouri and arkansas and apparently that's where the the delta variant Hit pretty hard for whatever reason and and i honestly i wonder how many illegal aliens are pouring into missouri and arkansas. Sure like to know assure like to know that it just seems kinda odd to me that all of a sudden arkansas and missouri are battling this thing and i understand there may be a lot of unvaccinated people. But i'm sure there's a lot of people that have had cogut that have gotten that have natural immunities and And so there you go it just makes you wonder but these people want to shut down again. They want to hurt your children. They want to hurt schools. Listen to this hat tip. forgotten man. The cost of school shutdowns. A new mckinsey study documents. The severe student learning loss by learning loss all right shutting down schools was among the most destructive policies of the pandemic and a new report by mckinsey and company. Quantifies the harm the consulting firm examine spring twenty twenty one test results. For one point six million students in grades one through six across the us then compare performance with that of similar students pre pandemic. They discovered that the pandemic era children were on average about four months behind in reading and five months behind in math so four months behind reading five months behind in an in math but they say however bleak. These numbers are and i quote They likely represent an optimistic scenario Because the results measure outcomes for students who took interim assessments in the spring in a school building and thus exclude students who remained remote throughout the entire school year and may have experienced the most disruption to their schooling. And here we go with the teachers unions The study does doesn't say teachers. Unions were the main architects of this calamity by first refusing to return to the classroom then insisting on water down. schedules The data company burgio found that by the end of the spring semester. Most students could attend school at least part time. But due to union demands the Do well. I'm sorry but duty. Union demands the return sometimes amounted to a few days of hours of in-person learning a week and mackenzie found that children majority black. See here we go. Mackenzie found that children majority black schools into the school year. A full six months behind in math and reading on average black people. Are you tired of this yet. These democrats said love you. These democrats had love you. That are sentencing your children to poverty. Better sentencing your children to a life of victimhood and inferiority. Are you tired of this yet. Minorities black people democrats love you. Democrats love you. Yeah yeah they love you right like what. The teachers unions are doing. Mckenzie notes that students who move onto the next grade are unprepared or missing key building blocks of knowledge that are necessary for success in students who repeat a year are much less likely to complete high school and of course that's the case who wants to repeat a grade you know we're all your friends are moving up. You're moving behind who wants to do that. Democrats are sentencing your children to poverty without immediate and sustained intervention. The port report predicts the loss learning could slash lifetime a lifetime earnings by forty nine thousand to sixty one thousand dollars on average. I think it's way more than that to be quite honest with you. This seems low to us and the damage will be worse than average for millions. Many affluent parents have paid for tutors or private school but the most vulnerable children..
"sixty one thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"You'll see later down the peace if you read it that it documents affected the best most optimistic reading of the data about the damage. He's locked down to your kids. Keep in mind folks. Mackenzie acknowledges in the report. This is the most optimistic reading of the report is that your kids lost four months of math four months of math and five months of reading if you happen to be black a minority student. Your kid lost six months of math. Attainment and seven months of reading which will cost your kid upwards of and conservative estimate. Sixty one thousand dollars in earnings randi. Weingarten doesn't care and the weingarten watch your kids out of school because she can't stand your kids. You realize the hate you have to have in your heart to subject children to this destruction of their future earnings potential and future prosperity. You understand how much you have to revile these kids. You have to see the hatred you have to have in. Your heart is to be black to do this to these kids but they do it anyway. You have grocery store. Workers down the block in the public's i live near down the block. Who worked through this pandemic. When there were tens of thousands of cases a day in in and around the south florida area and north florida. Working do the whole thing sitting there and yet a front line job. The most one of the most important jobs wreckage. You have cops. never one home firemen that worked. Emt's i had a fly all around the country getting treatments hospital workers work. And you can't get back in the classroom again. I'm not knocking the individuals. I know a lot of them. Want to but the unions. You can't get back in the classroom. You're somehow subjected to special rules. Maybe i don't know maybe you're all illegal immigrants. Maybe that's why you get the special rules. You don't even have to work. You probably get a tax bonus for not working case. You definitely don't have to show. Id when you fly. You'd have to wear a mask either. Only if you want to especially across the border illegally but you get special. Everybody else has to go back to work. The truckers the plumbers the age back tax the pilots. But not you you get to stay home ensuring our kids lose another year of education and therefore because they have no education. We have no pilots. We have no architects. We have no plumbers and we have no electricity because they don't learn any skills because you have to stay home keep it up. You're generating a lot of goodwill with the american people teachers unions ton. People really love you. Your approval rating with america.
"sixty one thousand dollars" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Pulsar is a new car company. There's actually quite a lot of new car companies lately. There's an easy revolution happening. But i want to start at the beginning. Pulse star began as part of volvo. Spun out in two thousand seventeen. You're still using some of phil's dealer network you have some design elements. Give me the brief story of where pollstar came from and what that relationship to volvo is now well the relationship to always very simply put into a picture. I mean you know it's a parent company. It was born there and It raised its baby and growing up and becoming an adult and we are on the progress of you know moving out earning our own money and into becoming independent. It's it's always easiest picture how to explain the where we come from and where we want to be. We will always be some kind of family but of course we will develop our own life. How big is most are. How many employees do you have. Seis vice we are still not all that big onum. Despite the fact costs in production we still around thousand people but of cost the trick here and that is the main business idea behind pasta lies. We use elements that are existing in the family like contract manufacturing partly as well i'm using technology platforms that we're using well. of course. hundreds and thousands of engineers and workers are working there but they're not employed by postal. We do contract engineering contract manufacturing and have that type of s at light approach to it. Is that a different approach. Volvo one of the core questions. I have for you is the reason you spin out. A company is to get rid of some of the institutional baggage that has developed over a long period of time. So is that we're trying to make a new car company and reset or is it. We want to get better efficiency out of all the assets that volvo has point them in a different market. Well fast pulse definitely the speed and the the way how you can really build that company and make decisions on innovation on how you set up your custom business. That can really do in the small company much much faster than them. Embrace it and you know the day that you took the decision you can implemented immediately that that works so much faster here and you definitely have advantage of a new company having said that at the same time use efficiency of the infrastructure of manufacturing and really bring to to a higher use as a benefit for all of us. I mean that's really where of course as much a win for us as this for for the big volvo them. Pulsar has two models out now. There's the pulsar one. That's a hybrid sort of sports coupe. Very expensive it starts at one hundred and fifty five thousand dollars. I suspect one out. I made it more expensive than that very quickly. The pollstar to is sort of the more mainstream model its all electric no hybrids all electric. A hatchback sixty one thousand dollars. Why start there. The at the top of the market at the very top of the market when it seems like there's a lot of opportunity for more mainstream electric cars while these products exacly frame the brand and yes we put the postal one as a highlight product really showing the bishops technology that we put in there and of course a high price tickets. It's a super luxurious car. Very low volume at same time than a year later. We showed the foundation kind of the entry ticket to the brand and where posted to came in as a electric premium hatchback. That's really where we framed. What will be the playground. We developed the brand the future portfolio. That comes out now in the next over. The next three years will fill the space in between. And that's pretty much to to give you know the picture that we paint now is now framed by by the right proportion and okay. I understand that. They're still an empty space in between. But you know you have to start somewhere. We decided to frame it first and then start painting rather than to start some middle and view of diffuse to the ends. And you don't know where the borders are. Why do the hybrid at all. If if you think futures vs obviously hybrids are an interim step but why start with a gas engineer cards at we had that discussion of causing the beginning at this kind of like. Why do you at all in your lineup and was at the end like come on shook me really be so dogmatic about it. It is a car that has the longest electric range of a hybrid. hundred train. the under thirty kilometers you can go a lot of people that is actually a great entry into that electric arena. It helps people actually feel comfortable about driving. Electric people who've might have never ever thought about it before they discover. We said cal. Actually the electric part is recruit part about it and it was always clear it is just that limited. Three years production it is that one fulfillment of a dream that we all had. It's super beautiful. Gt and the technology is awesome. Hybrid is part of the electric journey. We will of course from now on electric lineup of the portfolio and it will be that that amazing kind of beginning. Yeah a little bit of a unorthodox beginning but then again you know it's the whole thing. The whole brent post is not just a marketing exercise where you do affect plan from eight is that it is a living thing it has. Its history how it grew. And i think it has. Its childhood that we actually don't just simply do everything about how textbooks but give it a little bit more of at breeze and at the end decided come on. It is absolutely in line with split the company for lots of fears about and that's by the end of the day. Electric chime will be a certain period of pollster. That's face in fifteen sixty seventy years. We will be still pulsed but technology might have changed again that's really interesting way of framing it the the startup company. Ceo's i'll tell me we're an electric car company the big company. Co say. We're on our journey to being electric car company. You're kind of not saying that you're saying we're a car company and actually we have to adapt over time. Do you think of pulsars an electric car company and the way that many many new car companies explicitly frame themselves that way i totally believe the vote recreate over time is a brand and that is the core value. Recreate something that. I really hope that hundred years we look back and rethink. Wow what a brand recreated imagine porsche would have said oh we are a combustion combustion engine company then you bury yourself now no of course reinvent yourself okay combustion engine melissa i i don't know fifty sixty years and now they go into electric occasion for me that is of course super important period. I mean don't get me wrong. Electrification is the topic of the time. And i'm the first one to say. come on. We have to fully switch into that guillano but we should not think that now till eternity that will be the drive train and we'll be for quite a long time but then again what will happen. Fifty sixty s..
"sixty one thousand dollars" Discussed on Recode Decode
"To talk about. Pulsar is a new car company. There's actually quite a lot of new car companies lately. There's an easy revolution happening. But i want to start at the beginning. Pollstar began as part of volvo. Spun out in two thousand seventeen. You're still using some of phil's dealer network you have some design elements. Give me the brief story of where pulse start. Came from and what that relationship to volvo is now well relationship to always very simply put into a picture. I mean it's the parent company. It was born there and a baby and it's growing up and becoming an adult and we are on the progress of moving out earning money and to becoming independent. It's it's always easiest picture how to explain the where we come from and where we want to be. We will always be some kind of family but of course we will develop our own life. How big is most are. How many employees. You have seis vice. We are still not at all that big. Oem despite the fact that costs in production we are still around thousand people but of cost the trick here and that is the main business idea behind. Pollstar lies we use elements that are existing in family like contract manufacturing partly amusing technology platforms. That we're using well. Of course hundred and thousands of engineers and workers are walking there but they are not employed by postal we do contract engineering contract manufacturing and have that type of effort light approach to it. Is that a different approach than volvo. One of the questions. I have for you is the reason you spin out. A company is to get rid of some of the institutional baggage that has developed over a long period of time. So is that we're trying to make a new car company and reset or is it. We want to get better efficiency. Out of all the assets that volvo has appoint them in a different market. Well fast pulse. It's definitely the speed and the the way how you can really build that company and make decisions on innovation on how you set up your customer base is that you can really do in this small company much much faster and embrace it and you know the day that you took the decision you can implemented immediately that that works so much faster and you definitely have that advantage of a new company having said that that at the same time use efficiency of the infrastructure of manufacturing and really bring to hire us as a benefit for all of us. I mean that's really where of course as much a win for us as it is for for the big volvo down. Pulsar has two models out. Now there's the pulsar one. It's a hybrid. Sort of sports. Coupe is very expensive. It starts at one hundred and fifty five thousand dollars. I just spent to an out. I made it more expensive than that very quickly. The pulsar to sort of the more mainstream model All electric. It's no hybrid. Electric a hatchback sixty one thousand dollars. Why start there at the top of the market at the very top of the market when it seems like. There's a lot of opportunity for more mainstream electric cars. While these two products exacly frame the brand and we put the postal one as a highlight product really showing the bishops technology that we put in there and of course a high price tickets. It's a super luxury car. It's very low volume at the same time. Then a year later we showed the foundation kind of the intricate to the brand and where poster to came in texas electric premium. Hatchback that that's really where we framed. What will be the playground of where we developed now. The brand the future portfolio that comes out now in the next over. The next three years will fill the space in between and that's pretty much to to give the picture that we paint now is now framed by by the right proportion and okay. I understand that they're still an anti space in between. But you know you have to start somewhere and we decided to frame it first and then start painting rather than to start somewhere in the middle and you kind of diffuse to the and you don't know where the borders are. Why do the hybrid at all. I mean if if you think the future is vs obviously hybrids are an interim step but why start with a gas engineer cars at all. We had that discussion of causing the beginning at this kind of hybrid at all in your lineup was at the end like come on. Shook me really be so dogmatic about it. It is a car that has the longest electric range of a hybrid hundred trainee. Under thirty kilometers. You can go to a lot of people that caused actually a great entry into that electric arena. It helps people to actually feel comfortable about driving electric people who might have never ever thought about it before they discover was actually. The electric part is three aku part about it and it was always clear it is just that limited. Three years production it is that one fulfillment of a dream that we all had. Its is super beautiful. Gt and the technology is awesome hybrid as part of the electric journey. We will of course from now on hefty electric lineup of the portfolio. And it will be. That's amazing kind and beginning a little bit of a unorthodox beginning but then again you know it's the whole thing the whole brent post is not just a marketing exercise where you do a perfect plan from that it is a living thing it has its history all grew and i think it has. Its childhood that we actually don't simply do everything about how how textbook is give it a little bit more of tabriz and be at the end. Decided come on. It is absolutely in line with respect to company. Philosophy is about and that's why at the end of the day. Electric time will be a certain period of pasta. That's face in fifteen sixty seventy years. We will be still pollster but technology might have changed again that's really interesting way of framing it. This startup company ceos. I'll tell me we're gonna lecarr company. The big company. Ceos say we're on our journey to being electric company. You're kind of not saying that you're saying we're car company. And actually we have to adapt over time. Do you think of pulsar as an electric car company and the way that many many new car companies explicitly frame themselves that way. I totally believe the vote. Recreate here over. Time is a brand and that is call value. We something that. I really hope that in hundred years we look back and we think wow what brand recreated imagine pasha would have said oh we are a combustion combustion engine company. Then you bury yourself now no of course you reinvent yourself and okay combustion engine first. I don't know fifty sixty years and now they go into electric occasion for me. That is of course super important period. I mean don't get me wrong. There is the topic of the time. And i'm the first one to say. come on. We have to fully switch into that guillano but we should not think that now to eternity. That will be the drive train and we'll be for quite a long time but then again what will happen in fifty sixty s..
"sixty one thousand dollars" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Talk about is a new car company. There's actually quite a lot of new car companies lately. There's an easy revolution happening. But i wanna start at the beginning. Pulsar began as part of volvo. Spun out and twenty seventeen. You're still using some of phil's dealer network you have some volvo design elements. Give me the brief story of where pulse start. Came from and what that relationship although is now well. The relationship to vote was very simply put into a picture. I mean you know it's the parent company. It was born there and addressed. It's baby and growing up and becoming an adult and we are on the progress of you know moving out earning our own money into becoming independent. It's it's always the easiest picture out to explain the where we come from and where we want to be. We will always be some kind of family but we will develop our own life. How big is how many employees do you have. Scifis still not at all that big. Oem despite the fact that in production we are still around thousand people but of caused the trick here and that is the main business idea behind pasta lies. We use elements that are existing in the family like contact manufacturing partly as well using technology platforms using well of course hundred and thousands of engineers and workers are working there but they are not employed by postal we do contract engineering contract manufacturing and have that type of s at light approach to it. Is that a different approach. Volvo one of the questions. I have for. You is the reason you spin out. Company is to get rid of some of the institutional baggage that has developed over a long period of time. So is that we're trying to make a new kind of car company and reset or is it. We want to get better efficiency out of all. The assets volvo has appoint them in a different market. Well fast pulse is definitely the speed and the the way how you can really build that company and make decisions on innovation on how you set up your customer business that can really do in this small company much much faster than embrace it and know the day that you took the decision you can implemented immediately. That looks so much faster here. And you definitely have that advantage of new company. Having said that that at the same time you use efficiency of the infrastructure of manufacturing and really bring to a higher use as a benefit for all of us. I mean that's really where of course as much a win for us as it is for for the big volvo them. Pulsar has two models out. Now there's the pollster one that's a hybrid sort of sports coupe is a very expensive starts at one hundred fifty five thousand dollars. I just spent one out. I made it more expensive than that very quickly. The pollstar to is sort of the more mainstream model its all electric no hybrids electric. A hatchback the sixty one thousand dollars. Why start there that at the top of the market at the very top of the market when it seems like there's a lot of opportunity for more mainstream electric cars while these two products exacly frame the brand and yes we put the postal one as a highlight product really showing the bishops technology that we put in there and of course a high price tickets super luxury car. It's very low volume at the same time then a year later we showed the foundation kind of the entry ticket to the brand and where pollster to came in as a electric premium. Expect that that's really where we framed. What will be the play ground of where we develop now the brand the future portfolio. That comes out now in the next over. the next. Three years will fill the space in between and That's pretty much to give you know the picture that we paint now is now framed by by the right proportion and okay i understand that there are still and space in between but you know you have to start somewhere. We decided to frame it first and then start painting rather than to start somewhere in the middle you kind of diffuse to the ends and you don't know where the borders are. Why do the hybrid at all. I if if you think the future is ease obviously hybrids are an interim step but y start with a gas engineer cards at all. We had that discussion of causing the beginning. This kind of like. Why do we have hybrid all lineup and was at the end like come on. Shook me really be so dogmatic about it. It is a car that has the longest electric range of hybrid hundred train. The hundred kilometers. She can go so a lot of people that caused actually a great entry into that electric arena helps people to actually feel comfortable about driving electric people who might have never ever thought about it before they discover. We said cal actually. The electric part is three cool part about it and it was always clear this just a limited three years production it is that one fulfillment of a dream that we all had. It's super beautiful. Gt and the technology is awesome. Hybrid is part of the electric journey. We will of course from now on hefty electric lineup of the portfolio and that it will be. That's amazing kind of beginning. Yeah a little bit of a unorthodox beginning but then again you know it's the whole thing. The whole brent post is not just a marketing exercise that you do perfect plan from a to that it is a living thing it has its history how it all grew and i think it has. Its childhood that we actually don't just simply do everything about how how textbooks but give it a little bit more of tabriz and at the end decided come on this absolutely in line with the company for lots of fears about and that's why we fed at the end of the day. Electric chime will be a certain period of pasta. That's face in fifteen sixty seventy years..
"sixty one thousand dollars" Discussed on The Toasty Podcast
"In their homeless encampment tint area sixty thousand dollars per cent san francisco. You're looking at like how many how many tints they have. I wonder how many that no you're not. It was a kimber. How many tend to it was like how many tints oh crap it's like fifteen hundred or so so several million dollars and they attacked the ridge. Basically tax corporations Here it is this. Oh the way they they're. The headline is hilarious. San francisco ways continuing homeless encampment program. That cost sixty thousand dollars per tent each year each this year. This isn't like over a ten year period. Federal federal government budgets are basically proposed. They're they're they're like oh she we continue. This is this. Is this program working. It's like obviously it's absolutely not working. Dude he's safe sleeping villages for homeless people. I mean that's you're louis. Long people live for free eighteen point two million dollars for two hundred and sixty tents. So how do it hold on. How did they get that money. Though they got the money from the people like they walk up somewhere and get money entirely financed through a business. Tax measure passed by voters. No so like that does fill out forms like what does that do to be homeless. How do you prove someone's homeless homeless. Technically right like i don't own a home you know and i drive a freaking car. And that's it right till like i go up there and say homeless the city established so this might give you a little bit more information. The city establish six safe sleeping villages during the pandemic to provide a place for homeless people will to social distance. Sleep received three meals a day. Maintain personal hygiene have access the social services. There are rented bathroom and shower facilities at the sites in twenty four hour security amenities absorbed. Most of the cost twenty four hour security. That's like that's nice. I mean that's a nice little area that's basically so basically a mental hospital with no doctors or nurses right in no walls. You have to worry about a dude. I what i'm trying to say is. If i ever san francisco a stupid rbm taking a ten and i'm just gonna sleep out there for real. That's the thing man you got this nice. Little space does make sure you're got hepatitis. Shots found a stanford university article hoover institutions. What is actually hoover dot org about this only san francisco sixty one thousand dollar tenths and three hundred fifty thousand dollar public toilets..
"sixty one thousand dollars" Discussed on The Great Fail
"Looked like it was pan from a river instead of the type of gold extracted from bedrock. Which is what bricks was drilling an explanation. For all of this said deguzman men who previously developed a groundbreaking notion called volcanic pool theory. You see here this when of keno collapses back onto itself in god is created from the massive buildup of heat and pressure to guzman. Meet his argument that volcanic pressures caused the rounded corners of the gold found in the core samples to look different and when pushed further. Felderhof stepped into his defense in argued that the guzman's simply did not have time to educate everyone on these various grade determinations of gold because boo sang was located just close enough to volcanoes. The theory seemed to assuage those who originally raised doubts. The stock continued to soar by early. Nineteen ninety-six during an annual shareholder meeting. The company announced that sang which reportedly sat on at least thirty million ounces of gold now sat on thirty million plus plus plus hinting at one hundred million ounces. The stock soared to a hundred and eighty seven dollars but as bricks continued to excavate. Little did anyone expect that it would soon be digging. A hole for the success of brielle was drawing attention a little too much to think a penny stock particularly thirty cents with climb to more than two hundred fifty on the open market was like an unwanted meet in turning into cinderella and brie executives while they were the fairy godmother of wall street making a lot of people around the world superwealthy soon word made its way into the government of indonesia particularly the suharto regime. Indonesia's military leader president suharto halted exploration of the site until a deal could be struck that involved him getting piece of the action and after much negotiating. A deal was worked. Out with control of the mind would be split three ways between sahara's people and one of the world's largest excavation companies freeport mcmoran copper and gold. Who would help run the mine at a higher capacity. The deal was finalized in early. Nineteen ninety-seven and part of this new agreement. Was that freeport would now have to do. Its own due diligence in act as an independent third party to verify the that breaks had been reporting. Now here is where the cracks started to show out of nowhere. A mysterious fire destroys bree xs administration office in geology records in boo sang. This fire unfortunately wiped out many of the samples that guzman had worked so hard to produce and now with delay some of the reporting between bricks and its new partner arrangements regardless freeport proceeded with their own drilling. They took samples just over a meter from where bricks drilled. Only this time. They came back and reported only minor amounts of gold. Bricks fought the claim standing firm on the report demanding a second opinion from another third party. In the meantime the sent a guzman to meet with freeport executives as he surely had a logical explanation that would help account for the massive discrepancies between their findings but he would never reach that meeting because midway in route he would leap from a helicopter and leave behind a trail of unanswered questions. A few days afterwards to guzman's reputation along with that of reacts took a nosedive it was revealed that the guzman had helped carry out the largest most significant mining fraud in modern history. It was alleged that he had been salting his samples all along. This episode is brought to you by ping identity at a time of extraordinary digitisation identity. Security is becoming more critical. If you're not at identity expert that's okay because we have ping identity. A leader in champion of enterprise identity security and now paying identity is bringing you. Hello user an educational. Podcast that covers all things identity security the shows hosted by richard byrd chief customer information officer at ping identity and he is one of the most respected voices in the identity space in each episode. Richard will welcome an expert to discuss. Why identity touches every virtual part of our lives and why we need to be informed. Topics like how identity theft victims could be made whole again. Something that millions of people have to have grappled with or how the rise in digital effects identity security. There are lessons. There are tools and you could be armed with knowledge and protecting you and your loved ones. Check it out and listen to ping identity dot com forward slash podcast to explain what salting is. Just imagine what you do to your nice juicy steak when it needs just a little bit more flavor. The guzman had essentially been adding seasoning in this case gold dust to his core samples from the very beginning. I which shavings from his gold wedding ring. And then as i grew bigger and bigger the elaborate scheme required him to go deeper leading him to purchase sixty one thousand dollars worth of locally pans gold to be crushed up and in a systematic fashion to guzman with them. Play indonesian tinkerbell over his soil samples. A few weeks later the other independent third party assessor strathcona mineral services confirmed that the operation was actually the scam of of the century. What was the biggest gold mine in the seductive jungles of borneo the investment of the century. The six billion dollar company that made dreams come true for so. Many people turned into a complete nightmare and utter failure. Here is alfred. Lesnar eac are postmortem. Expert author of the book bricks dead man story speaking about the death of brainiacs. We weren't i knew about it. We're first goal there. We had some that. We didn't find any gold agenda. Speaking there was a lot of people who who are skeptical show. Your company already has property there near react. You guys found nothing There are people doubting this finding from the very beginning. So how did so many people get suckered into the deal. That's what school in cowper stock exchange for the brokers. You had also the award. Don't you know. Don't forget the golden facts and gp mortgage advises leman brothers they issue and must have ever report which they say does this is. This is.
"sixty one thousand dollars" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Announced to now they say don't delta houston canterbury and then the other six from tampa turf paradise kind of watch for that stuff but he in terms of the pick. Five papa. Results started the thing off by wiring that first leg at thirty seven to one they'd seventy seven sixty and let me tell you. I was nauseous. Top areso was the unformed to win. When i handicap that i wrote it up about four o'clock yesterday and i glanced. I wanted to see what form to win. Had to say. And i see this papa. Rizzo and i'm looking and looking and looking and this is what makes this form to win app. That just so mysterious i. I'm looking at this horse. This stretch out from five furlongs and it. You know there were there. Were a couple of other horses. That had some speed outrun the posse. Had some speed and indian head nickel. And i'm just thinking. I'm looking i'm saying how can how can you make this source. It was twenty two one in the morning wind and then goes off at twice that And i left him off and i- midstretch. I was shaking my head that. How did you know and this is what this is. What's so crazy about about formed win. You know it's it. It's a measurement of speed and whatever the algorithms are internally. You know that that is producing an average of formed a win number. You know the figure as it were. We'll talk some figures today to later on more about len ragavan. But i i. I don't know i don't know how did this. And and it wasn't like they were with slow either of you. this was. This was seventy five hundred dollar clamours. Twenty two and three forty five and three one. O nine and three and papa rizzo for joe roberts an owner jon murphy lights up the board and right away you know. It's a knockout horse. Pick four starts and from that point and really the rest of the sequence. No favorites were favorites some favorites rent well. But they didn't win and princess adele soul. She paid fourteen eighty. You know and i had her had her as a be on the pick four ticket but that royal privacy you know even realize after that third leg that you know even if i use top areso I wasn't getting anything in the maltese. Because i couldn't make royal privacy at all the say. A christmas rashard Miracle logistics gelding by rocky bar arizona bread and another wire job eleven to one and that was it at that point. You knew there was a chance. Probably at a at a carryover You had the second choice. The alligator hunter win the the allowance feature. And then there were some you know big big pool scoop numbers ninety one thousand And in fact i. We're pretty sure that following sherman Best damn broker following chairman. So who's been out with us great contests player just a good player general. He put a big ticket in and was live. Three horses Not the tequila blanca. Pay ten dollars and so there is a ninety one thousand dollar. Carry over into the card today and again starts eight o'clock tonight so you got plenty of time eight ten Start and gus has looked at it. I'll put up guesses version. Because i've looked at indiana because indiana's gotta pick five carryover. Some melania the the the mid week action. Monday monday through thursday. It's happening at indiana. You had a really one knockout horse. That sent the the thing into a. You know into a tizzy. Just looking for the where what i do with it here. It is You had who's your premium in the nightcap. For ron hurrell. And this a who's your kingdom philly and she wins off at fifty one. She won by eight lengths at fifty to one. So so that set up sixty one thousand dollar carryover. We will talk today to bill downs and we'll get Butts all right and gus Will rely on. Gus for for canterbury. Although actually with an eight o'clock start might have some room right to look at it. The the the problem not the problem but the what. You're confronted with the canterbury. You're looking at you know sequence that has kgo eight by eight by eleven twelve by twelve not easy There are a couple of steaks by the way the lady slipper and the ten thousand lakes today. And there's also to stakes in indiana as it happens you've got to sire stakes. Sagamore sired for boys and the swifty sired For the girls for three year olds going five and a half mid card. Basically by the eighth and the ninth. I think seventy nine all right. So that's indiana canterbury gonna make your wednesday interest night We'll try to make your your wednesday interesting as well beside josh pons. Andy serlin gonna join us. Talk at the top of our two. And i d- i got the phone. Where the the actually about a half hour ago and i said to my love for you to riff on something that came up today. the the question and and it was sherman's ticket that that got me thinking about this sherman yesterday. Had a almost a twelve hundred dollar play at that pick five and he came very close to scooping the pool for ninety thousand and i said the i said you know but my ticket was ninety six with a backup ticket of twenty four so i got knocked out with that with that i it. How do you make the determination. What is the tipping point when you look at these sequences and and obviously what we're going to have today at both canterbury in indiana because the ultra-low takeout and these nice sized carryovers and you're going to have a positive expectation. They'll be more if unless unless things unless they both rob so much money that It it goes beyond the positive expectation but if it falls within range would you think expected would that you know there's going to be more money returned to players than they gets bat in and those are you know as as they're called positive expectation and they're a great opportunity the the decision making process about when you in when you go into these pools and how much you're gonna spend versus the difficulty factor. Are you better off at some point. Saying i can't. I'm not gonna compete i. I'm taking a shot. And maybe i'm comfortable with an action bet of of budgetary constraint. Just so i. I feel like i'm involved. That is seth merrin later to That says if it's my day it's my day and sat scott an approach. Where you know. He's he puts together a fairly modest number. You know sometimes as low as you know thirty six in the seemingly in the thirty six to seventy two dollar range. I know sat's approach i. I'll i'll put in a little bit more seventy-two sometimes as much as one forty four but it does get frustrating. When you you get beat and and you feel like. I didn't really even have a chance at this. Why did i play. And are you better off at some point. Just zeroing in on your strongest opinions in the sequence and playing whatever wind vets You know i mentioned haven't even again haven't even had a chance to fully flush out the the weekend and at petco but You know all the the other day. I when all was seventy one said i got a bet the source to win. Even though i'm you know. I'm live in the multi user. I'm going to reach in my pocket. And so i'm going to throw that at any of the you know wendy's say i'm better off spending this money taking this. Let's say at seventy two dollars. Let's eighth whatever ninety six. I'm better off in a breaking it up. Let me put fifty against one race here or let me put you know some some twenty four dollar doubles you build some doubles or pick threes. I talk about this all the time. When we go into breeders cup and into the big days you know paring back from the and particularly breeders cup where the pick five pick for you..
Survey: Americans Could Spend Up to $40B in Stimulus Payments on Bitcoin
"And today we're talking about why americans are poised to spend up to forty billion dollars. Indirect stimulus payments on bitcoin. I however let's do the brief. I on the brief today. We have to do a little price talk. It was another weekend and another milestone. Unless you were dead or completely off the grid you know that. Bitcoin hit sixty thousand dollars. In fact it spent some significant time over sixty one thousand dollars now. The prices subsequently come back down a little bit. There was a set of cascading because people insist on trading with a huge amount of leverage and the popular narrative around the small dip from today is that it's just profit taking and certainly when we've seen such a meteoric rise up it makes sense that that would be the case for me. I don't care so much about the price. But what i do care about and what i find. Interesting is the psychological impact of the price. It took three years to get back to twenty thousand after it was first reached in twenty seventeen. It took just three months from when we hit twenty thousand this time around to jump three x two sixty thousand of course in that sort of extreme scenario. You're gonna have a bifurcated response. They're going to be many. Who see this as validation or even who get off the fence because the asset has proved itself others are going to double triple quadruple down on their frantic critique and man did i notice a lot of boomer macro guys their crap on twitter this weekend. Lynn alden seem to as well tweeting. Bitcoin bear twitter. went from. It's a bubble and dead technology pumped up by tether to america will ban it before it displaces. The dollar is global reserve currency and i support this i e the banning of certain property and literal information rather quickly while regulation and state attacks are a long known risk factor for bitcoin. When bears talk like this about the asset. It ironically sounds more bullish than when bulls talk about it bear starting to view it as that much of a threat as ever. This price can move around quite a bit. But it's certainly does not feel like this area that we're at in the forties and fifties and all the way up past sixty thousand. Feel like mania. It just feels like the consistent and relentless pressure of more people trying to buy a thing that they're just that much of
Twenty-Five Years Later, Ford Resurrects the Bronco
"If you're an offroad aficionado or even just WANNA be. This story is a big deal. After a quarter century Ford is resurrecting the Ford Bronco a direct rival to the jeep. Ford produce the Bronco for thirty straight years starting in nineteen, sixty six. The vehicle had only two doors reportedly one reason why Ford discontinued it in Nineteen ninety-six consumer sentiment was shifting toward four doors. Historians say the Bronco Developed Cult Status. After it was discontinued today, the beefy muscular vehicles, a sentimental favourite restored vintage models can sell for up to two hundred thousand dollars with a corporate unit called Ford icons. Ford is Heavily Marketing Nostalgia that division includes the Bronco, a Mustang and a new line of Ford F one fifty pick-up trucks, including a hybrid version, and soon to be debuted all electric. And Nostalgia sells, but it's far from the only reason. The automakers releasing a Bronco for the twenty first century. The company is capitalizing on a trend according to the automaker offroad vehicle, so called rugged SUV's. Twice, as popular as regular SUV's CNN reports that has engineered the new bronco models for quote hard off road driving. You know the kind that allows you to quote. Get far from civilization. An even stay there for awhile. Is the perfect escape for pandemic induced cabin fever. Get a dose of Adrenalin while avoiding the plague. It's a combination made for advertising. Heaven Kit needs to be the jeep wrangler as the Juggernaut of off road vehicles. CNBC reports that automakers have been trying to quote dethrone the Wrangler for decades. Without much success. Even during the pandemic GPS kept selling Fiat Chrysler sold an average of seventeen thousand jeep wrangler every month for the last five years according to the Detroit news last year, almost a quarter, million wrangler flew off dealership. Lots and experts say jeep owners are loyal. To a fault. Still Ford executives have moxie. They're predicting sales of two hundred thousand broncos over the next year, according to Automotive News. and. Keep in mind that the low end version of the new line. The broncos sport won't even be out until years end higher end versions of the Bronco won't be at dealerships until next spring. Ford is doing everything it can to make the Bronco enticing enough to away jeep lovers, and of course to persuade new off roaders to come into the Ford camp that includes besting the ramblers largest tires thirty three inches with whopping thirty five inch tires, Ford says a Bronco outfitted with the almost three foot in diameter tires can easily go through a couple of feet of water models also come with removable roofs and doors. Drivers can store the doors in the Bronco. For, it says. At about thirty thousand dollars, the price of the two door base Bronco comes in at only two hundred dollars more than the base price of the jeep wrangler at the top in a limited number of first edition for door Bronco started about sixty one thousand dollars, Ford began taking one hundred dollar deposits on Broncos last Monday when it released the new line I edition reservation slots sold out within a couple of hours. Still as bullish as the auto press is about the Broncos, the release comes against bleak backdrop for the auto industry. Overall vehicle sales plummeted when covid nineteen emerged shut the industry down for two months recently, both Ford and GM reported second-quarter sales declines of about thirty three percent from a year earlier jeep parent, Fiat Chrysler did even worse with sales down forty percent. And that puts a lot of pressure on Ford to live up to its promise of adding a billion dollars to the bottom line next year through Bronco Sales. And it adds pressure Chrysler to keep jeep at the top of the OFFROAD HEAP Stakes is high as the boulder strewn rocky mountains. The war between Bronco in gene. We'll be fascinating to watch.
Details emerge on "really smart guy" who aced tests in college scam
"So let's talk about operation varsity blues that is this this this cheating scandal case that has drawn a ton of attention. And I think for all the right reasons because this is a horrible thing to have happen in our society. When you've got a lot of deserving kids deserving based on merit being denied admission to some of the top universities because. Rich people coming in and trying to buy access for their kids. So you know, that the guy who ran this operation, the main guy with this operation was a character by the name of singer singer. But what's really interesting is the person who was tasked with taking the tests or grading the tests or proctoring the tests for the kids so that they could get their ACT and SAT numbers up. He's a guy by the name of Mark Redel? All right. So singer is the guy who ran the operation Mark, rebel or right? L is the college entrance exam counselor. Who is the main focus of the cheating on the tests component or the tweaking of the tests. So, you know, the consultant is William Rick singer. He pled guilty Tuesday in federal court in Boston to helping students cheat on their standardized tests, but the brains behind the operation was this guy rebel thirty six years old. He was supposed to be in court today in Boston. And he was the one actually filling in the bubbles. For the progeny of the actresses, and the lawyers the businesses the children of privilege rebel is a kind of an interesting guy because he's smart, and he had a lot of opportunity, and he kind of comes from a decent background. And why this guy would decide he wants to start cheating mean other than the obvious getting paid is beyond me, but rebel right L, rebel. We'll just say rebel has been charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud as well as conspiracy to commit money laundering. He's been cooperating with the investigation since February. He's actually hoping to get some leniency when all this is put debt in a statement emailed Buyoya to the Washington Post rebel apologize says he's taken full responsibility for his actions. I wanna communicate to everyone. I'm profoundly sorry for the damage. I have done and the grief I have caused those. As a result of my needless actions. I understand how my actions contributed to a loss of trust in the college admission. Nhs process. Meanwhile, as you might imagine he has been suspended indefinitely. From his job as director of college entrance exam preparation. IMG g academy a private sports academy preparatory school in Bradenton Florida that he would be suspended from that job. While this stuff is going on. He's also an alumnus of the academy this academy that he was a part of had trained hundreds of Olympic and professional athletes tuition, by the way. Seventy seven thousand dollars a year. If you live there and go to school sixty one thousand dollars a year if you just go to the school as a day student. From there. Redel the guy who has taken the test went on to Harvard University where he dazzled as an NC two A division, one tennis player and by all accounts. He really was a tennis player. He really did play tennis for Harvard. It wasn't the scam in the flimflam. He was raised in Sarasota, Florida. He was named the tennis player of the year in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine by the Herald Tribune, his hometown newspapers father is a prominent real estate lawyer in the area with degrees from Michigan state and Wayne State university of in Detroit. A woman who answered the phone at the number listed for his parents threatened to call the cops and hung up when we asked her questions. This is the Washington Post. He began his job as IMG's exam. Prep director in oh six and lives in palmetto Florida, just outside Sarasota records show. He married a college classmate and helps direct the local Harvard club of Sarasota, he has been given or he has given modest sums to local candidates. But otherwise, he's. Remains remote from high profile debates and scandals by all accounts, lives, a quality a quiet life seemingly at odds with the brazen. Acts of fraud of which he now stands accused. What should be noted? According to the Washington Post is this man rebel had no inside access at the exam companies that the parents implicated in the scheme so badly wanted to beat what he had was a Harvard degree and a good set of test taking skills. Andrew Lang the US attorney for the district of Massachusetts offered this assessment of rebels utility quote. He was just a really smart guy. He did not have inside information about the correct answers. He was just smart enough to get a near perfect score on demand or even to calibrate to score. So it didn't draw too much attention. I just need fifteen points. Get me fifteen extra points. Get me twenty extra points. That's what he was able to do. According to the indictment singer flu rebel to Houston. In different locations in California where the self-described quote master coach had bribed test administrators for their cooperation and paid the Harvard. Grad ten thousand dollars for each student whose testy either corrected or completed entirely by himself. Let me just say parenthetically. It's ten thousand dollars is nice. Nice money. How many people got busted in this in this game? Do you remember? Was like fifty. So let's say he made ten thousand. Let's say he did fifty tests any ten thousand test five hundred thousand dollars. But is that are you gonna race your entire life over a half a million bucks? When you clearly he's got skills. Sometimes the students believe they were taking the tests for themselves other times rebel actively helped him on the exam in the fall of two thousand fifteen a thirties said he sat side by side with a student as she completed her SAT in Belmont, California, providing her with answers and later gloated about getting away with cheating that was the young girl. I told you about that was in the newspaper. Authorities said in the summer of twenty eighteen he completed the ACT in Houston hotel room for the son of Jane Buckingham. The chief executive of a boutique marketing firm in Houston. I believe her book. If you look it up Jane Buckingham is her book is entitled how to get out of sticky situations. Singer boasted that rebel was his best test taker according to the indictment he could quote nail a score. He's that good. That's that's who this. This guy is the US attorney leveling echoed the assessment when he addressed reporters on Tuesday explaining how singer would discuss with parents their child's target score which had to be good. But had to allude suspicion. See can't cope from like zero to a fourteen hundred you've got to kind of work your way up. He then would direct rebel attempt to hit that exact score that they were looking for his page on the IMG academy website was removed on Tuesday a cash. Eight version includes the boarding schools account of his duties and credentials. He was a coordinator and leader of the college entrance exam prep. So he's obviously steeped in entrance exams and the college exams, so he's probably taking these tests on the side for fun. Okay. That's a b squared. Okay. That's three. Okay. That's see. Okay. That's. There's only going to be like a universe of questions. I mean, probably some of them are very familiar, and if he's taking all these tests, he's probably just getting better and better taking the same darn task course over and over again. Imagine. If like, he's just will be interesting if he just had a massive change of heart starts to out these kids bloom. What do you mean only got three hundred? I'm never gonna get it. Now. I'm going to venture now rebels page. So it says that he was basically in the test. Yeah. I think I'm gonna taverna tank out all your tests. So is the coordinator and leader of the college entrance exam. Prep was responsible for the schools, test prep curriculum and recruited tutors to fill the growing need for additional one on one tutoring. Which allowed the students to have private learning opportunities and customize their educational experience. John I'm going to see if any of them want to come and hang with you. All right. Maybe put us we're delta school. Explain assisted thousands of students in gaining admission to top American universities, like Stanford Duke Columbia, Dartmouth university of Chicago and many other notable
R. Kelly lawyer demands evidence
"And r Kelly's lawyer says they're waiting for prosecutors to hand over the evidence that led to the sexual abuse charges against the R and B singer. Steve Greenberg says there's been a lot of talk, but they haven't seen one piece of evidence to support any of these charges. Kelly was released from jail yesterday after posting more than one hundred and sixty one. Thousand dollars
R. Kelly Out of Jail After Arrest for Failing to Pay $161,000 in Child Support
"The R and B singer R Kelly has been released from Chicago jail. Kelly was freed after more than the more than one hundred sixty one thousand dollars he owed in child. Support was paid. It's not clear who came up with the money officials say the person does not want to be publicly identified. Kelly was arrested for a second time on Wednesday hours after he lashed out into television interview against charges that he had sexually assaulted teenage
R. Kelly Released from Jail After $161K Child Support Payment Made on His Behalf
"News update. Once again singer R Kelly is a free man somebody paid off one hundred sixty one thousand dollars in back child support that got him out of jail in Chicago second time in two weeks. He was jailed earlier as prosecutors accused him of sexual abuse took days to get the bail. Kelly continues to deny all these allegations Kelly's publicist says that his client remains in good spirits and is looking forward to a speedy trial. If convicted on all charges are Kelly could face. Up to seventy years in prison. Correspondent Jurica Duncan. Kelly recently did a headline making energy with CBS has Gayle king. His attorney Steve Greenberg. The man set for the interview he answered the questions, people can think whatever they want. They can make their own judgments. I can tell you that nobody who drew a judgment based on that interview is going to be on our jury, and it's going to be making the
Family of R. Kelly Girlfriend Worried About Safety
"More trouble for singer R Kelly he's now behind bars for failing to pay one hundred sixty one thousand dollars in child support. This comes hours after an explosive TV interview that has the parents have Kelly's girlfriend fearing for her safety. It was outbursts like this. During our Kelly's interview on CBS this morning. That made the parents of Joycelyn savage, grow more concerned about the well-being of their daughter is disturbing. Timothy savage said, our Kelly's interview only, reinforced his fears. You can't talk to anyone in your family. No one. If it's not me if it's not my wife's not his sisters is that normal guys, John. Jalen savage said at this point she just wants to hear from her daughter. Please know that I
R. Kelly Breaks Down During 'Explosive' Interview With Gayle King
"Karen is back in jail for not having all of the one hundred sixty one thousand dollars in child. Support is charged with sexually abusing four people, including three girls. This morning's Gayle king. How would I be to do that? I didn't. Guys this camera on me. Yes. Can close all the women are Lang.
LeBron James: NFL owners are 'old white men' with 'slave mentality'
"And it's much better to keep your mouth shut. And let us wonder about yours to petty. Then opening it up and dispersing doubt. Kyrie Irving who by the way spent a year at Duke. I think I think he went to Duke for like one year it didn't play much. Kyrie Irving Duke said he believes the earth is flat. You shouldn't be able to walk to Antarctic and not fall off. So Kyrie Irving is stupid. Of course. Bill cunningham. I'm stupid and you're stupid world stupid about different things. I don't know much about mathematics Steph curry. Didn't really believe men walked on the moon. It was like a Hollywood production. There was a movie years ago with OJ Simpson to mass murderer in which he played some astronaut he was in a sound studio so Steph curry, but that is like an anthology now, LeBron James. Said that old white NFL team owners have a slave mentality. Well, that's so-called slave is paid one hundred fifty five million dollars on a four year deal by the Los Angeles, Lakers practically every NBA owner except Michael Jordan as an old white guy. Practically every baseball owner is an old white guy, and basically every NFL owners an old white guy. But the great majority of NBA players are black. He says the NFL players who make on average a million dollars a year are treated like slaves Taylor. Would you take that kind of behavior? He said he said he would love to take that behavior for a million dollars a year. Just to remind you ever again slaves were owned unpaid and treated as though they were less than human football players make a million dollars a year, plus a bunch of other benefits the average American makes sixty one thousand dollars a year. And if you're talking about a racial difficulty would I be wrong to say how about some white guys playing in the NBA? What can I say that just did? So if I want the best players to play I couldn't care if they're all white or all black or something in between the best players and the world play in the NBA. But for those who own NBA teams earn F L teams, nobody with the fickle finger of fate pick them out. They did things in their life. That made them billionaires putting the work thousands of people, and they happen to be white mainly, but I don't care if they're all black or white. Much like the NBA players are like survival of the best. If you're a billionaire very few made that by someone giving them something or by by a will they earned it must NBA player earns it NFL owners earn it by their behavior in life, and they take risks and they buy an NFL team. But what why does LeBron wanna make it a racial issue? Like, there's too many white people owning NFL teams one might say. What is so many NFL players are black and NBA players are black. It's because they're the best. I want the best. And if you're an NFL NBA owner or major league baseball owner, and you're a billionaire you wanna put money at risk have at it do it. But LeBron wants to justify his worldview by saying racism played a part. If that's racism make a million dollars a year and the NFL black and white. Or if you're in the NBA, it's three million dollars a year. If that's a victim of racism, I'll take it. And by the way, Kyrie Irving, the earth is not flat. By the way, Steph curry man did walk on the moon. I met a couple of them. They're not liars. Lebron James your stoop. Let's
Norm Macdonald goes from one controversy to another by telling Howard Stern: 'You'd have to have Down syndrome' not to 'feel sorry' for harassment victims
"Eighteen deaths. And he says, then the Democrats in order to make him look bad upped, the death toll to three thousand Trump saying, and I quote here if a person died for any reason like old age just add them onto the list, bad politics. I love Puerto Rico says President Trump New York's primary is set for today and the two democratic candidates for governor are confident governor Andrew Cuomo