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Acer faces huge ransomware demand
"Computer manufacturer. Acer is facing a fifty million dollar ransomware demand. Several news agencies are reporting. They are saying the gang known as are evil posted a notice last week on its website that it has copied documents from the company and will publish them unless the ransom is paid. If the ransom isn't paid by march twenty eighth it will double in a statement to media. Acer said it has reported what it calls recent abnormals situations to the police last week. Acer said it had net income of two hundred sixty three million dollars in twenty twenty administrators with network controllers from f. Five networks have had over a week to install the latest security patches after discovery of serious vulnerabilities. Well it's more urgent than ever to patch because threat actors are now actively trying to exploit those holes. If your firm hasn't acted it may pay a price some legal news to report. Russian man has been sentenced to ten years in prison and a man from north macedonia to five years by an american judge this for their roles in the fraud and theft green called the in fraud organization for eight years. The gang pedaled stolen and counterfeit ide- bank accounts and credit card information. At one point a claim to have ten thousand participants buying and selling goods police estimate the losses to victims was over. Five hundred million dollars of virginia. Man has been sentenced to thirty one years in prison for a sex torsion scheme. The thirty six year old coerced at least thirteen girls into sending him sexually explicit photos. He pretended to be a teenage girl on social media. When they sent him photos he posts to other social media sites on the girls protested. He demanded more photos if they wanted. The pictures deleted last august. I reported that a russian man was caught trying to bribe at tesla employees to install. Now where on the car company servers that russian has pleaded guilty in a us court to being part of a conspiracy to damage computers. According to court documents. The plan was to steal data from the electric car manufacturer and then demand money or the information would be published. He'll be sentenced in may meanwhile. Us grand jury has issued an indictment against a resident of switzerland for allegedly being part of a group that hacked into copied and published data from a number of unnamed companies. The indictment alleges the person operated a website. The publishes stolen data according to the bleeping computer. Service that site has stolen data from a number of firms including amd intel qualcomm nissan lenovo and nintendo. Are you eager to be invited to join a club. House chat group if so beware of a fake clubhouse website it tries to lure people into downloading a poisoned android. Clubhouse app says security company e set. There is no official android clubhouse app yet. There's only an apple app. The other way to know that this is a fake site is that it has a button that says get it on google
Biden's Cancellation Of Permit For Keystone XL Pipeline Faces Mixed Reactions
"Now president biden isn't just focusing on the pandemic one of the first things. He did after his inauguration. Yesterday was to cancel a permit to build the keystone excel pipeline that pipeline would transported crude oil from alberta to the texas gulf coast would have entered the us in montana from their yellowstone. Public radio's kayla roche reports on the mixed reaction to the cancellation tribes and environmental groups. Here and in other states the pipeline would have crossed have been fighting the keystone excel pipeline in court for roughly a decade last year in a video by indigenous collective buffalo defense. Roughly ten for pet tribal members protested in northern montana. They lined up with their hands held up fists and repeated a lakota phrase. That's become slogan. For the movement against pipelines like the dakota access pipeline keystone excel. Johnny were drawing. Water is life. The canadian company behind keystone xl tc energy operates a pipeline which spilled thousands of gallons of oil in south dakota and twenty seventeen and in north dakota in nine thousand hundred activists and tribal members say the pipeline endangers water-quality bricks tribal land treaties and pipeline. Construction brings the threat of human trafficking. Biden's decision to revoke a presidential permit. Donald trump granted canadian developer energy in two thousand nineteen puts a heart stop to the billion dollar project. Among those celebrating was fort belknap indian community council president. Andy work a member of the onny tribe. I'm just really happy. I'm really happy. And i'm really thankful in south dakota the rosebud sioux tribal government. Join fort belknap. In suing to stop the pipeline. Rosebud sioux president rodney bordeaux was busy coordinating cove nineteen vaccinations. When he heard biden cancelled. The permit agreed victory. Hopefully that's the end of it but will continue to fight it we're gonna watch it but pipelines supporters are seeing the collapse of ten years of work. Tc energy which declined to comment for the story. Released a statement in anticipation of the permit cancellation yesterday and said it. Suspending further activity on the pipeline county commissioners in rural northeastern montana where agriculture is the dominant industry said they had been looking forward to the tax revenue which the state estimated at sixty three million dollars. A year extremely disappointed mary. Armstrong a commissioner in montana's valley county where very large county with very few people seems like a perfect place in Perfectly compatible with us montana. Republicans strongly criticized by an institution. But keep an excel has also been supported by democrats here. Including former governor steve bullock and senator jon tester yesterday tester said he still supports the development of the pipeline but with conditions he had encouraged the biden administration to meet with supporters and opponents before making a decision while the pipeline from alberta looks dead for now the premier of that province jason kenney yesterday pushed for consequences the canadian province of alberta invest in one point. Five billion dollars in the project in a statement. Yesterday kenny culver biden and prime minister justin trudeau to discuss the decision. However the us government refuses to open the door to a constructive and respectful dialogue about these issues that it is clear that the government of canada impose meaningful trade and economic sanctions to defend our country's vital economic interest canadian prime minister justin trudeau in a statement expressed. Disappointment invite is decision but acknowledged biden's choice to fulfil a promise. He made during his campaign run
NBA free agency: Jayson Tatum agrees to extension with Boston Celtics and Gordon Hayward's big move to Charlotte Hornets
"Let me run the floor through a bunch of nba moves. That got made yesterday in case you didn't see this. There was a bunch of stuff and it begins with huge money for jason tatum and the celtics. He's agreed to a five year extension with boston for at least a hundred and sixty three million dollars with incentives. It goes up to that number. You see there of one hundred ninety five twenty. Two years old made his first all star team last year. Lead boston to the conference. Finals were also getting paid gordon hayward now the former celtic signs of four year one hundred twenty million dollar contract with charlie. He spent three mostly disappointing seasons in boston. End up missing one hundred and forty two games because of injuries after missing just forty two his first seven years in utah and speaking of utah. Donovan mitchell a five year extension with the jazz. That could be worth as much as one hundred ninety million dollars. Submitting his star status in the orlando bubbly average. Nearly thirty seven a game in utah. Seven game a playoff series loss to the nuggets celebrated the new contract with the dive into the
Iowa ad spending ticks up in the last week before caucuses
"The the first caucuses political caucuses the year are in hi that's coming up within like two weeks or so the candidates have been campaigning in Iowa would you like to guess how much has been spent on political advertising in Iowa over the course of let's see the last thirteen months or so thank you think yes home ballpark okay let's say two hundred million two hundred million and I would know that that that that's how I know that that's hard not to hundred million okay but let me just back up here Iowa I'll white is not a heavily populated state I mean it it's not California it's not Texas it's not New York it's not Florida you know where you have multiple television markets TV time to buy and I white is is cheap comparatively eight eight please it would be outside of the political season it's not like if you want to advertise in California for example you got to buy time on TV stations in San Diego and Los Angeles in Sacramento and San Francisco and all these places in between you want to buy TV time in Florida you gotta buy in Miami in Orlando and you know all all along the Gulf coast in up in Jacksonville and all these different places got to do that Iowa it's it's not a good client population center the answer to my question is the estimate that by the time all is said and done candidates will have spent just on TV advertising somewhere north of sixty three million that's M. as in million dollars running commercials this is presidential candidates in Iowa over the course of the last thirteen months sixty three million dollars and that's roughly the same as that's roughly the same as before and keep in mind the vast majority that spending is going to be on the Democrat side president trump is that some advertising but but nothing big but it's all the other Democrats if the Democrats were trying to to break through they're gonna be spending sixty three million I will tell you this that there are TV and radio stations all across this country who are looking at two thousand twenty and depending on where you are they are counting on substantial political advertising by it happens every four years happens every two years now in some year if you're in some states it's not as as big a deal the candidates aren't going to be the presidential candidate for example aren't going to be spending a lot of money in Utah because president trump is going to win you call it is a heavily Republican state so you're not going to be seeing a lot of of spending on the presidential campaigns you're probably not going to be seeing a lot of heavy spending I'm on the presidential level in California because California is gonna overwhelmingly goal for whoever the Democrat nominee yes so it's your your your have maybe a little bit of spending but but not not that much in places like Pennsylvania Michigan Wisconsin and a handful Ohio and a handful of other so called swing states you're not going to be able to turn on the TV or turn on the radio and not here some add maybe it's going to be an ad by the candidates maybe it's going to be an ad by some special interest groups supporting a cause or a candidate but the air waves both radio and television are gonna be inundated with ads and the candidates are going to spend millions of dollars to do it just like the spending sixty three million to I don't know how you could spend sixty three billion dollars in Iowa and yet that's what they are doing now here's what I want to discuss with you is it going to make any difference I was having this conversation with somebody the other day and they said you know I've never I I I know who I'm going to vote for and I see the different ads and I never decided she I'm going to vote for this candidate because I saw that at I'm going to vote against this other candidate because I saw that at it they were saying you know that this this money that is being spent on the advertising I understand I I work for radio station no we we are going to be getting political advertising and that's very very welcome to the bottom line but what I want to discuss with you is the ad spending in all the ads that are out there does it work is it necessary is it over kill does it ever change your mind and is there too much of it do we need to have sixty three million dollars spent in Iowa in order to I don't know help the voters decide who it is that they want to choose at a caucus have you ever really made up your mind as to who you're going to buy who to support because of an ad our number eight five five six one six one six twenty that's the accurate mortgage talk and text line do we need all the acts
Plainridge Park Casino Owner Buying Stake In Barstool Sports
"And barstool sports selling a piece of itself Penn national gaming the owner of playing bridge park is seen no nothing I will buy a minority stake in the Boston based sports media company for one hundred sixty three million dollars the possibility to the full takeover down the
Dana-Farber receives record $63 million donation from Pan-Mass Challenge
"A record breaking donation to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Brooke in Boston the sixty three million dollar donation was thanks to this year's pan mass challenge it's the largest single gift in the institution's history the pan mass has been around for forty years and draws thousands of bicycle riders with some six thousand eight hundred cyclists taking part this past August the pan mass challenge is now raised at seven hundred seventeen million dollars for cancer research over the last four decades Dana Farber president and chief executive doctor Lori Glimcher says donations from the PMC have gone toward developing forty one cancer drugs and discovering new cancer detection techniques don't cope WBZ Boston's news
"sixty three million dollars" Discussed on The Young Turks
"I love it and i mean we saw that unless primary contests like the people who spoke out against trump. They're not politicians anymore. I wonder how many <hes> in in the house in the senate how many republican politicians are looking at his approval rating in just hoping it'll go down because look they want their president of our guests. They wanted to be reelected. They want republicans to to be in power but as long as he has a chokehold on republican voters across the country they mean nothing they have no autonomy. If they turn against him they will be thrown overboard like imagine being in that position. You've worked your whole life decades rising position a position to become a senator or congressman and nobody what he cares about you. If you turn against the former reality star the sharpie guy you're done. They'll replace you in the next sad. Is that for that party. <hes> you know this is an opportunity for democratic opponents though anybody honestly smile get primarily republicans on the woods. One of them are up for reelection but this opportunity to point out to your state locally. Hey this guy is supporting president that is taking money that has already been allocated for the state to cope with these types of things us guys. Put me in office. Because i'm tired of this uh-huh. It provides an avenue for someone who will speak for the people since we're talking about popular song. Everybody likes members of the armed forces and so the fact that you're taking this away from u._s. Basis assist like that's enough to give me pause and if you end up having these bases in need or you know these servicemembers in need. There's going to be significant outcry. There should be some problems there yeah you would think historically. That's generally one of the things you want to avoid happening. I personally in favour drastically slash the military budget but you have to make the case for why why that needs to be done. They're not making that case. They're taking the money while pretending that they support the soldiers so let's see if we do have someone who will speak for the people we have <hes> senator susan susan collins hopefully not long <hes> but she's still there now so she said each of these projects was recommended by the administration passed by both the senate and the house signed into law by the president and while there is some discretion that he has to move money around. I think that his executive order exceeds his discretion again the week i think stuff stuff and i think that you're not allowed to do that. I think and then you have to say he has the right. You have to preface everything you say couch criticism with he's right though but i understand n._y. And it's okay if but so that he won't read it directly because he won't repass the first phrase of your sentence like okay. I think my criticism was buried. Deep enough to the the democrat and read it and okay so we we do have someone who's fired up. They've all been really milquetoasts mitch mcconnell and he should be <hes> kentucky is going to be hit nearly sixty three million dollars and so he's fired up saying we wouldn't be in the situation of democrats for serious about protecting our homeland and and work with us to provide the funding needed to secure borders during appropriations providence who's trump. I don't know it's the democrats. The democrats did it. I mean sure it's trump is taking the money from it and sure i'm losing using sixty three million dollars to be probably democrat..
Epstein signed will days before his death in Manhattan jail
"A Jeffrey up steam site so here you go conspiracy theorists add this into the mix he signed as well two days before he committed suicide in Manhattan Joe so so that means you signed it after the first attempt and then two days before he was able to actually pull it off who was he and catch this and nobody knows nobody has revealed yet AZ all the things that went on in that person okay were with the guards were the sleeping with the guy late was the overall we don't know the details yet and we're we're days after it should be what's a week we should know more than we do and the other thing is I've never heard a story when nobody knows where he made his money because the only worked as a broker for awhile and then less walks into the retailer he got his he was able to sign checks and do stuff you have power of attorney there and and works in a city still fifty four million and nothing makes sense in this actually thing here you go nobody nor his money was but he was supposedly worth five hundred seventy seven million six hundred seventy two thousand six hundred fifty four Bucks that's a blank load of money with folks not knowing where that came from he was charge of course was sex trafficking of Andre girls hang himself with a bed she tied to stop of a bunk bed that we know of his assets included fifty say over sixteen fifty six million in cash well fourteen million fixed income a hundred twelve thousand inequities a hundred ninety four million in hedge funds and private equity she also that fifty five million dollar Manhattan townhouse that somehow he got from les Wexner who was the guy bring retailers eighty one years old with the gap and banana Republic it's after a New Mexico ranch worth seventeen million a twelve million dollar Palm Beach home an eight million dollar home in Paris and two islands the great Saint James island of twenty two million and little Saint James island and sixty three million dollars so where he got his money we're not sure we do know this in Florida a federal judge is expected to punish the government for entering into a two thousand and eight non prosecution agreement that was denounced as a sweetheart deal well here's another piece of that sweetheart deal so again think of you where I got pop for this how we would end up okay Jeffrey up steam all right insane details he was allowed no this is after it is after the fact right he was allowed to purchase two pairs of women's panties from a jail stored during his sentence in the state case years ago that's right and they were young girls panties the size of a young girl he's so he's ordering panties well he's coming back and forth is with the eighteen month sentence that was reduced to thirteen orders actually allowed to go in and out all day and only have to show up there to sleep and so grades he's ordering young girls panties while that is happening and now prince Andrew the Royals are pushing back big time now all of a sudden there's a photo that was published in the mail this Sunday of Andrew and abstains Manhattan residency they the there was never any proof that uses his residence in which she seen looking out from a large door and waving a cheerful goodbye to a young woman the Duke of York is appalled by the recent reports of F. schemes alleged climbs his world Highness deplores the exploitation of any human being and the suggestion he would condone participate in or encourage any such behavior video for this report we take in December two thousand ten when esteem already was a registered sex offender and did serve time and you met with him around then a picture them walking center books to discuss he's already a registered sex offender contenders let's go to Central Park was taking that December which also prompted questions over Anders judgment shortly after the picture surfaced in two thousand eleven and record his own paid job as a trade on voice so the Royals are all up in there you know they're in a twist on the word because Rollins was because this is this is not good for real world and of course as long I tried to Dodge questions about his friendships with F. Steen the reform report we met in the nineties but I love that even after even after he's a registered sex offender the DA Anders going going over there and hanging out according to the sun tabloid Andrews reason spot in Spain with his ex wife's Ferguson remember where does suck by the guy who's doing the Royals books and trying to get their accounting in order and had a picture of him or her on a patio and I think a swimsuit and have discussed sucking her toes which is look you want to knock yourself out sucks and oils toes go go go have nice have have have added I don't hold anybody's feet I don't even like touch my own feet level of some bills and feet remember in who's married her between eighty six ninety six apparently they're in good terms Ferguson has also been criticized for her connections to upstream having accepted eighteen thousand dollars from the finance or to help pay off her debts so it is amazing the high profile characters to Jeffrey Epstein hung around with that of course not one of them had any clue to what he was doing I guess you know you find that many girls around have a lead expression of those islands and that is your tired everyday but somehow when these folks around nobody saw anything nobody suspected anything and and let's not forget the mowing whose most out of it because he thinks it's totally ridiculous my perfect perfect our sex life that's right Alan Dershowitz and I just wrote my mouth our aim seven ninety KABC we'll be right
"sixty three million dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"What a life what a story let's continue with Jesse and the life of Quincy Jones in Quincy Jones made his debut as a film producer on the color purple in nineteen eighty five he was the one who discovered Oprah Winfrey it was her big break was very special our relationship was like like blood now it's like she's the same age as my daughter outrageous love S. kind because of sensitive so not as well you're only love somebody you like them he also discovered in cast young will be Goldberg and the color purple which was nominated for twelve Academy Awards Quincy would later composed the theme song to the Oprah Winfrey show and the Bill Cosby show in nineteen eighty five he produced we are the world the song featuring every musician the Quincy Jones could get his hands on all in an effort to raise money for famine in Ethiopia worldwide commercial success the top music charts throughout the world and became the fastest selling American pop single in history since its release we are the world has raised over sixty three million dollars for humanitarian causes.
"sixty three million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"As part of a family. Twenty-five max got sports. Well, Virginia was the national championship. Eighty five seventy seven in overtime over Texas Tech hit a three pointer to get into t that went on and eleven nothing run in overtime to put this in a way. That's the team that last year was the number one see the loss of the number sixteen UNBC. So y embarrassment last year elation this year is they get their first national title. Good for them. Rick Barnes, formerly problems college turning down, the UCLA jobs going to stay at Tennessee. Chris Mullin expected to resign at Saint John's Celtics last game tonight means nothing. They'll start the playoffs sometime over the weekend. The masters getting going tomorrow with the par-three then Thursday with the first round Bruins Toronto. First game will be Thursday night. Home opener for the Red Sox today to five first pitch one o'clock for all the ceremonies that should be pretty fun. Baltimore Bill Clin. Twelve to four. Chris Davis makes history though, forty-seven trade hitless at bats to start the year. Wow. The yankees. And their three game win streak. Houston beat them. Four to three. I'm Steve McDonald? Newsradio nine twenty one zero four seven. Davis says matches said over five in the Orioles twelve four win over the Oakland A's so his hitless streak now actually is forty nine consecutive at bats. If you go back to last season. So he's over forty seven this season finished up last year over to Davis had another dubious record last year, by the way, he hit one sixty eight that's the worst banning average in major league history for qualified player in this guy is under contract for another four years in the Orioles are on the hook for one hundred sixty three million dollars. You chose poorly kids at one hospital in California. We'll get a chance to go to the prom. Here's FOX's joy Piazza in our HouseCall for health, California hospital helping outpatients in a different way long stays for kids means they miss out on events like the prompt. So that's what they held Dibnah Wheelwright is with the UCSF Benny off children's hospital in Oakland, the turning point into adulthood and for. Children who were hospitalized. I think having access to these kinds of events or even more important fifty volunteers turn to the cafeteria into a prom, and parents like Kathy mostly say, it's a nice touch by the hospital means everything to see our kids be able to come out and get dressed up and participate in a supportive environment. More health news, go to foxnewshealth dot com. Housecall for health. I'm joy, Piazza, Fox News shows we'll hear from that story. It is prime season. And once again this year teens who really want to impress their dates can ditch the traditional flower for something totally different. Now, all the rage is a croissant. Corsage the edible baked goods is being created by cheddars scratch kitchen. The home of the popular Honey buddy butter croissant and the Dallas based Florus pedal since stems so they got together. And boom the croissant. Chris is the idea was inspired by text exchange that went viral back in two thousand seventeen that's when a high school mistakenly asked his prom date if she wanted a croissant instead of. Corsage? So the auto correct mishap at parents made a big impact the teams wore the pastry to the prom and the rest is history..
"sixty three million dollars" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"I think I think one of the reasons to that that he's so. You had such an affinity him. Is that he's such a likable? He has such a likable kind of charisma to him while doing the also being believable as operator, you know. Yeah. Like he like he every time you see him. You know, every time you see him. He's reacting to something that just happened in the metric, right? So his first line is always operator. But he has he manages to say operate. It's like that thing where you're like, I can read I can see so and so I can just listen to so. And so read the phone book. Right. Like, it's that kind of thing of he imbues operator with every bit of emotion that he he is having at that moment, and like especially watching it now in this context. I was like even though he is just the guy at the computer. He is like he's acting his his lines are are seventy percent. The word operator and emoting so much. Because the pain. His be like stopped. Yeah. You stop. With an empty. Notice here. I am watching this watching this after thinking about after watching us and going like, yeah. On the on the rewatch like I'm gonna find out all kinds of things with the twist whatever the oracle seen to this on watching it now 'cause I've never watched it like this the oracle seen. She never tells him that he's not the one. Yes. You say. Tells you. She and everything that she says is true. She says like. You know in order to be the being the one is like being in love, you have to believe it. You know, after we've already heard that he doesn't believe it. Right. So then like, she's like, I'm going to tell you what you already know. And then he's like, I'm not the one you know what I mean? Like, it's like, she never everything she says on paper is also true. And just in thinking about us. It was like that thing that I wanted to hear when I went back and watched reds monologue. I wanted reds monologue to like be like, there's all kinds of Easter eggs in this monologue. And right, right. That was like really really cool. Yeah. I mean, you know, the movies the movie Superfund, it's the frigging. Yeah. Also, the other thing she says, which I love was the teat where he liked drops muggy like rakes it. And then it's like he's like, how did you know that? And she was like the thing that will really fry like blow your mind is. Would you have done it? If I didn't say anything, I like, I guess we so much back and forth. I mean this movie for me, I saw a saw in theaters one of the. I have a cousin who are probably four or five times in my life. And at this point he was working at a movie theater, and that has happened to be in town. And he took me to see you guys see this movie or whatever. And this is the first time I've ever like became like in college. I mean, not college high school went down three my philosophy class. We had the books for the matrix. Because you know, when we had intimate Trich books like we had a lousy about it. 'cause my went to a Catholic school ever sows like pillow between that and religion. But as I ever watched intensely the extra footage, and the I had the book the make. Yeah. Yeah. Because the thing is you realize the colors like the fact that like the majors has that green tear the other one has the blue tent like when you see the is just so many little details. Like, you said like I keep to look at it right now, maybe a month ago. There was a. Article. It was an article about the matrix about just how hard it was to get to make it right? And it's so intense 'cause like hearing in Pichit in the fact that they only made this sixty three million dollars is like how sixty three million. How is like they did so much, but because even talked about like a hard time was getting a lot of times, you think is like probably like ninety million..
"sixty three million dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"As government officials. Komo problem-solver Connie Thompson with the new alerts before the government shutdown last month. The inspector general warned about phone scammers posing as social security officials. It's just one of the scams that appears to have spiked since government agencies closed their offices. Receivers. Well, trade commission alert issued in late December shares one of the social security scam robocalls. Social security. Issue for twenty eighteen alone. The FTC reports thirty five thousand complaints and ten million dollars stolen through social security, identity theft. But with federal regulators shut down scammers know, there's no one to crack down so review the warnings and videos on government website like this one about IRS scams. Still on the rise. The IRS does not call you about tax that oh without first mailing you and official notice. The government reports more than fifteen thousand people have been duped by IRS imposters to the tune of more than sixty three million dollars since October of twenty thirteen and don't assume seniors are the only ones taking the bait. The people getting duped cover every demographic from highly educated professionals to savvy millennials the inspector general's warning stay vigilant always focus on the red flags. Like this robotic delivery. There's a sense of.
"sixty three million dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Two six eight two zero five hundred, now more of WTMJ conversations this is Steve Schiavone were talking to Mike Zimmerman chief executive officer of rock ventures ballpark Commons project massive new development in the city of Franklin on the southern, side of Milwaukee, county, what's. Involved we talked. To Mike Zimmerman about that well let's shift the ballpark, comments this is. The one of these exciting projects It's a, lot of things walk me through what the elements of Arnhem? Won't spend some. Time in detail on kind of that whole process because as we know the rack you said went smoothly Commons not. Suspended at the same category so let's let's talk about what the elements of ballpark comments are. In the, bumpy road and later got it so the ballpark ballpark Commons we call phase. One it's about. One hundred sixty three million dollars in development and that's a, combination, of, infrastructure, construction costs, so there's two pieces there's a residential component and then there's, the kind of entertainment component residential for a lot of folks they always ask well why are, you, putting, there, because that's some, ways of how you get these projects. Done and it pays the bills and a lot, of ways it creates density so. The residential components, that are part of the plan that are going to be started this fall are. A senior? Living component and a luxury apartment component. So, for the folks who asked. How does a senior living component plan to Eventually be. A ballpark and all the other, things that'll, be part of, this how does that connect so. That's a great question there's a lot of misconceptions that senior senior living doesn't doesn't fit this blueprint. But I. Think it fits perfectly senior, living components tend to. Be put in moats like when you look at typically, where these things go they go off the. Beaten path so what, I wanted to do, is I wanted to integrate a senior living component you know baby boomers I. Mean if you, look, at all the data this? Is there's just this whole notion of aging in place so I wanted to integrate seniors into the development in a way that made. Sense I think many of them actually are going to become employees of ours at the, stadium so plus it's very walkable bike -able programs so senior living. In it's a trend now in, development is actually becoming kind of a cornerstone The. Miller park example many, of the people. That right there are also senior citizen that's right Yep And you know like people are living longer and to have access to. These amenities as opposed to going into a typical senior living out in the middle of nowhere doesn't they don't. Have access to, know where they, can still walk to a. Coffee shop and that kind of stuff so, to me that. Was really really important in the. Developer that's doing that with us? Really loved this this ideal vision so it was, a great fit so, what what's the other elements so the top two hundred twelve. Market rate. Apartments That creates. Density so then as you move to. The, north side we've. Got obviously the baseball stadium four thousand seat? Baseball stadium we'll probably talk about this later, but will be the home to a new, independent minor league team and, UW a walkie. We'll spend some time on that part okay also we've got a Gulf entertainment component so people that intrigues, me because I I know about. Some of these these complexes around the, country that they're becoming very popular multilevel nachos golf with all, the food and dining and beverage stuff associated I assume that's what you're talking about yeah it's great model have you been Steve to fuck off yet, so three levels and you rent the bay but largely it's a food and beverage operation fifty percent of the revenues food and beverage I think people don't. Realize that when they're when when they hear about these places going hit golf balls that's just part of the. Fun you're going, to have fun, with friends have a meal. Or snacks and drinks renting out a bay, and you're hitting. Hitting balls out when you go. To top? Golfers and a lot? Of great golfers Wrightson stays really designed for you Not the not, the avid golfer but somebody. That wants to go hit balls, and we've got great technology I could spend an hour talking about that but it really. Is just it's a it's a really. Unique. Experience, they come to you right away. When you're thinking about the concept of, ballpark calms the have that element of this no I didn't I but I've been sort of chasing investment opportunities in top golf and other like products for the. Last four years I've studied it and. And, then when we. Were moving around the master plan it just? It seemed like kind of an obvious things, we ran the the analysis and we said, this is going to do, really well here. So and I know retail restaurant is also a part of this yeah there's two there's two restaurants that, actually will be part of the. Gulf structure their separate businesses but so, you got that we've also got a office and then I, will retail that's where it's going and a coffee shop and then there's a we call a it's the midwest orthopedic specialty hospital Marsh Performance, on wellness village, so it's sort of a. Collection of fit for purpose types of retailers that specialize. In fitness things like yoga like cycle bar. All these newer trends, and fitness studios, that that that, will be in, there Midwest orthopedic will be in their physical. Therapy will be in there, the way will train their SC Waukesha which has two thousand kids playing soccer will we'll be training there we've got. A baseball academy that'll be training there so so that's another. Neat component of this so all of that. Together. Steve, general generally about six hundred thousand visitors. Year and that's. Really attractive to retailers coming up next on WTMJ conversations. How council at the time? They were also a new mayor I'm him and I did not start off great frankly you today I. Would say relationships strong it wasn't easy the ballpark Commons project has been talked about for years, how did he, get done how, did you get a for his project like Zimmer and answers that tough question Echina- mortgage is an equal.
"sixty three million dollars" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Of are you ready because this. Is what always takes care of crime a one hundred and twenty member violent crime task force Nothing scares bad guys then a large bureaucratic meeting So hundred twenty member violent crime task force and targeted. Patrols with expanded stop and. Search authority for areas. Worst affected by knife crime I would say that again Stop and search with authority In areas that are. Worst affected by knife crime let's let's call. That for what it is This is a way to stop in church People of different colors. Different ethnic minorities and different socio economic groups my guess is the ritzy places around London won't have, a, whole lot of people having cops say hey I. Can stop you, and, searching, you, for knives now they say oh no. No this is this is a bad area I don't, need, any plop. Probable cause because you know it's it's. England they don't have a Bill of rights. We're just going to stop and search you Wow Listen to this in. February Sixty three million dollars program to help young Londoners from, getting caught up in crime and then he launched. A London needs you alive don't. Carry a knife awareness campaign Don't carry a knife If I were there I would carry a knife as big as I possibly would, carry a.
"sixty three million dollars" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish
"Because i was reading one train assign that it relaxes them if they get tough sex before refined these crickets 'cause like you would hear about sports people not having sex before fights cricketers for example crickets crickets is sorry very good thank you james well in these in so in these cricket fights i did try and find out whether any people cheat in the cricket fights but it turns out that if you google cricket cheats it's very hard to find the chinese cricket thing is it is amazing because culturally it was very much part of the emperors used to have crickets in their bedside table basically because people would go to sleep to the sound of crickets it would be very relaxing still to this day sixty three million dollars is spent annually on tending to pet crickets and like the spiders there's no casualty in the cricket fighting they sort of gnashed their teeth at each other and then the loser is the first cricket to just turn away speed like i can't do this anymore and game over mr crooked number one wins they they do tweet this does very well as well in the philippines they're trained up and they give him the special diet like proper athletes and they're fed on chili peppers because that's what to make them a bit more angry and then they're starved for the day before the fight because again that makes you kind of angry and uptight but it's thought that the best way to get is one that lives on electric city lions because the electrodes repulsing three or body gives special kind of magic powers like a super spy data that's not true this is the billion of ten year old boys to make a whip spider really aggressive you can shave its legs mainly because they are notably third wave feminists and they don't like that kind of thing then not doing it for you then i'll doing it for anybody well basically what it is is they kind of rather than normally fight they do punches each other and the way that you feel is in the on your legs and so if it can't feel the punches of the other guy doesn't recognize that it's being aggressive towards it and so then it will be more aggressive towards the other spider the way they find is essentially by funding each other hongkou than i thought scientists to experiments on black widow spiders i just really liked this now they have to do they have to intimidate black widow spiders but obviously like what is quite dangerous so they they have jelly fingers and they have to pull the black widow with a gentleman finger that makes it does make sense it makes perfect sense it would be more interesting facts if i said to now they do it they just go right in there risk being better females plight is quite scary to male spiders very often obviously we know this love cannibalism in spite of world famous always eating the males rather than having sex with them just before it instead they decided that hungry rather than honi and spite is developed in these ways to combat that male spiders so there's one males by that emit says airborne chemical which is kind of like the rohypnol of this boy to world like knocks out well it does it makes her going to boozy so this chemical makes her bit sleepy and she doesn't fight back and she doesn't eat him and then there's another one which practices bondage so male spiders will sort of play footsie not someone who's in danger being eaten by that partner they still tickling the legs and then really quickly we've silk all around them so they tie their legs together and then they can have sex with them again without being asian is cooled bridal veil when some voters do that the not so much nicer than you say and it was bummed this is necessary website is they have to females down with silk shackles basically not to be eaten and scientists know this because they decided to block up the males spinner it's so they couldn't we've the we've the thing over the female and the male is always gotta eaten in those experiments just pretty rough on the mail says we're just going to take away the one thing you can do to defend yourself and you go good luck on your day i found a couple of things as facts was about this practice of spider wrestling being banned in the.
"sixty three million dollars" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"That all of you are part of creating a big lie for this presidency and protecting something that is utterly unamerican you know what's interesting is that ivanka trump and others in the administration are doing toward donald sophal just what he did with kim jong own in that first of all donald trump implements policy where children are snatched from the arms of their parents and then after the chaos ensues and he pays a political price for it he changes the policy and then they congratulate him when a few of them can get back together but right now we're still waiting on how many over to there are over two thousand children who are still separated and you don't know how to do it no thank you and we'll ruining the lives of those many who are seeking asylum and coming here the way many americans got here including by the way your great great grandparents grandparents my parents at about one hundred of these children are under the age of five think about it i want you guys think about it under one hundred children under the age of five and don't let donald trump lie to you many are coming here seeking refugee status which is what the united states of america's done for years donald trump his own administration had a study that showed that refugees over the past ike aid have actually earned this country made this country sixty three million dollars yeah sixty three million so so willy we're talking about vodka trump congratulating her father for ending policy that he started that caused so much human misery it's kind of like donald trump thanking kim jong own for releasing americans that kim jong it's like here thanking the person that created the policy that created the pain and human suffering for reversing that policy for trying to fix the situation that they created out of just the most base cynical political motives donald trump of course having our government snatch babies from their mothers arms some how alex how many under the age of five under about one hundred hundred age of five as a bargaining chip for democrats so you want to be congratulated for reversing the policy he put in place under public pressure but what didn't change was the families that had already been separated the ne number was two thousand there was an important development yesterday that gets lost in the fire hose of news which was at the secretary came out and said actually they're about three thousand not two thousand just under three thousand children's still separated from their families so the question remains all these weeks layer why why are they still separated it was great to see that moment that we watch take place i'm so happy after fifty five days that women saw her eight year old again who was being held in conditions god knows where under under god knows which stances but what about the other three thousand let's go you said this is going to happen you said they were going to be reunited get those kids back with their parents you want credit for stopping the policy but what about the people who are already separated and need to be with their parents start saying nearly three thousand and that's because the the government will not give us an exact number they will not or could not provide us with a number so they know exactly how many children that's just not a rounding thing for our headline so that's really disturbing we're going to go to break take a look at this video n because this is video that laura ingram says a kid coming home from camp ivanka trump wants you to believe that we should think father for this even though he created this situation and this child was separated from her mother and her mother did not know the fate of child for fifty five days and homeland security secretary kirstin nilsson she calls these people lawbreakers and hopes they will get the message but then also like of on ca trump twists the truth and says she's not actually using these children as pawns to send a message back they've already admitted they do what is now the co founder of axios mike allen mike allen good willie happy friday there you go you never miss the.
"sixty three million dollars" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Water is you can be an inner tube getting drunk and watching jaws see the film is supposed to be sukey and terrifying and so i might do that and give you guys a re review of that they put actual sharks in the water and we tons die true true texas weird but anyway here's the thing yeah this movie is a phenomenon absolute so it's going to be hard to kind of do this next part and the next part is obviously the quiz so i'm going to have to i'm gonna give you might make it harder or easier i'm not sure this cost sixty three million dollars to make you know that do you know how much money made now here's the hint it made over a billion so all you have to do is guess how many extra million over the billion it made okay this is worldwide total all time right okay i'll say one point two billion one point two one point to it is one point zero three okay so it was too it was a million after twenty million after but still over a billion dollars the sensation this is everywhere this was everywhere had everybody you could ever want sam neill that guy the guy park laura dern or airspace ladies i to call us right i don't like the caller that 'cause i'm what her character name wasn't that doesn't matter because he's barely character doesn't fucking matter less jet i fuck you richard attenborough beatty was in there for a couple of seconds was samuel l jackson and wayne knight and the kids and of course thank you about beatty wong again not kidding we were talking about jeff goldblum everyone loves him this is what my second or third exposure to goldblum movie really seen a lot of gold movies in the fly i've seen the fly regular how can this really yeah rapidfire earth girls are easy no i mean depends no independent you know that was the other one investee resurgence doing that and so you know you have everybody and way night is from space jam he's not from this seinfeld yes i do call newman newman he's playing newman newman he is newman and i don't even watch all that much i grew up in the ninety s and holy shit that's the most these things i know that so i will start with you okay what do you know about dress getting it was the first time you saw drastic part because you're the same ages me so you're about to your sold on this game what when did you see this it was a year before i saw the phantom menace nine hundred ninety eight and these are two starkly different movie i mean absolutely is and but it was at the time when i started that awakened my my love of phil and the force away killed killed killed interrupt you know it was time of much which everyone when you're young kid you loved dinosaurs and this alternate dinosaur movie and it gave me everything i want i mean it's a movie that made me cry when i first staving bill brock them back that guy i was at guide you record absolutely that moment we see that wreck source and those duck billed dinosaurs over that leg to drink in that war the john williams god bless john williams is a national treasure thank god for him when music plays and you see just like samuel crying and lured dern crying you see the richard attenborough who was adorable old man ever thank god that cast him in that film because like you want bill per shower your double on there all the time you're you're building your everyone around four ski criminal but i'm strom itself but it gave me that that just that wonderful feeling site my heart and i just i needed that as a kid a woke in my imagination what films could be and it's just one of those movies i constantly go back to year after year after year month after month the month let's put drastic park on in the background just watching those conic lines that the.
"sixty three million dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The new fifteen dollars an hour seattle started with this local minimum wage of fifteen dollars an hour actually the reason that hasn't been a problem it's been because of amazon and because of all of these corporations that are doing very well now of course they're reconsidering an amazon very publicly is you know there are cities right across lake washington from the city of seattle is the very rapidly growing and pro business relatively probusiness city of bellevue and there's nothing magical about going into seattle where they're going to try to punish you for their for your success this is completely bazaar and it is completely wrong and the idea that somehow having the government collect more money from from private business is going to help with the homeless do you know what they've spent sixty three million dollars so far yes that's right on emergency homeless spending and they estimate their eleven thousand homeless people and all of king county which is the county in which seattle is located so you can figure out how many tens of thousands at his per homeless individual and you know what the situation hasn't gotten better it's gotten worse because here's a little tip when you pay money to something when you were awarded when you encourage it you get more of it welcome to homeless central usa one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy.
"sixty three million dollars" Discussed on WGTK
"Seventeen seventy six our phone number the land lines are jammed on this seattle head tax homelessness issue james in beautiful west seattle you're on the medved show yeah you're on james oh hi yeah i just wanted to comment you criticize tax you criticize the government but i don't hear any solutions or i don't hear anything positive to to turn this around from you well okay very the very first thing is when you have a problem and i think you'll agree with me when you have a problem the first thing to do is stop making the problem worse especially when it's gotten worse and worse and worse and worse and worse in the last couple of years we spent sixty three million dollars on more homeless services has that made things better hasn't made things it's gotten worse it's gotten worse everywhere so you're correlation doesn't really count i don't know whether you can say that done damage i would not have gone up nearly as much because see james which you don't understand is living on the street is a choice isn't it no it's not for a lot of people's not why not it's an economic social pun sorry when there are empty shelter beds when there are empty when there are empty shelter beds stop apartment or you know every study that's been done of the homeless population in seattle and around the country it is very very few people who have just lost a job it is mostly people with very broken lives who are mentally ill addicted or both and and again we are talking about people who need a lot of help but it doesn't help them to continue allowing them to live on the street and that's that's basically the approach that needs to be taken and by the way i believe that a lot of us would have supported increased spending on on this problem if it included a determination and a resolution for instance to clear people out of the parks and because the public parks are being ruined and destroyed and environmental resources spoiled by by people and their garbage in their trash and their abuse and anyone who doesn't recognize that more people are coming to seattle from around the country to live this quote homeless lifestyle is someone who's blind and by the way they have the same problems in the.
"sixty three million dollars" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"No drastic part really spectacular sped no expense jurassic park's budget was sixty three million dollars spared no expense it was the highest grossing film of nineteen ninetythree and one of the highest grossing films of all time grossing over three hundred fifty million dollars in the us and more than nine hundred million dollars worldwide as a child director steven spielberg visited the franklin institute and the academy of natural sciences in philadelphia which solidified his passion for dinosaurs still wasn't the only one after the rights to drastic part james cameron tim burton richard donner and joe dante all bid for the rights with backing from universal studios steven spielberg acquired the rights to michael crichton's book even before the novel was published for one point five million dollars universal also paid michael crichton five hundred thousand dollars to write the screenplay after twenty five months of pre production filming began on august twenty fourth nineteen ninetytwo however three weeks into shooting a massive hurricane pass directly over the island the crew made the most of it and shot several of the storm scenes for the film in the hurricane drastic park is one hundred twenty seven minutes long but dinosaurs are only in the film for fifteen minutes steven spielberg was originally going to use a type of stop motion animation for the dinosaurs and we'll be supervised by phil tippett stillbirth was unhappy with the stop motions realism but dennis muren in ireland convinced gilbert that they could create photo realistic dinosaurs using cgi fill tip it saw the footage and said to spielberg i think i'm extinct spielberg love that line and threw it in the movie where out of a job don't you mean extinct but phil tippett was far from extinct he created an automatic for the t rex and raptor scenes and stillbirth credited him in the film as dinosaurs supervisor sound designer gary rostrum created many of the dinosaur sounds by mixing different animal noises the t rex roar was from walrus a baby elephant tiger and analogous his massive footsteps were cut tree trunks crashing to the ground the raptors were dolphins walruses gives an african cranes meaning call and tortoises meeting that's it for this episode of you think you know movies make sure to subscribe like us on facebook follow on twitter and get the latest movie and tv news on screencrush dot com.
"sixty three million dollars" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us
"Walk on the money for the rest of us is a personal financial ton money how it works how invested in how to live without worrying about it i'm your host david stein the day is episode 1 ninety two it's titled is anything scarce anymore it's the winter olympics and every native speaking korean at those that have learned the language are grimacing when ever and mbc television announcer miss pronounces the host cities name young chung it's what it's called not paeon chang nbc spent nine hundred sixty three million dollars for the rights to air the olympics in the us but it couldn't bother the take the time to teach its television analysts how to pronounce the host city name i cut the cord in 2012 so i do not have cable don't have satellite all the program i get in terms of televsion is really what i can get on net flicks sometimes i i have subscribed to sling in the past and for the olympics i subscribed to who live but still one of the things that scarce in our household is nbc's prime time coverage of the olympics my local embassy affiliate is not or any nbc affiliate is not on who live which means i don't get to see the snowboarding two ice skating could see a lot of curling and speed skating here's what the fcc state on their website your ability to receive a particular station stood termined by legislation enacted by congress and implemented by the federal communications commission.
"sixty three million dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"See paddington to it is so good he was raving about it i loved the first one and it got it was like a little bit intense but my three year old just thought it was fantastic we've watched it so many times and now paddington to came out and people are loving it isn't that interesting crazy 'cause i thought the first one was kind of a you know like they didn't do very well and then this one is now everyone's talking about i think the first one was sort of like a sleeper hit like people started to see it in the word of mouth people started to really like it i mean the coal kidman was so good and it's a very charming movie it was a beautifully done and so then everyone knew about you know the second one went and saw it it's a worldwide talks office so far through yesterday it's made a hundred and sixty three million dollars this is a huge british hit and a lot of people i think that you can say that it's a wes anderson movie for kids for sure that is kind of the comparison that you can see the visuals heartily agree if you want to get your little kids had a tweet world yeah go get him to pattern and i always love like i always say that if you love to roll to doll books as a kid then you love wes anderson movies very good line so i i can see that same similarity that same kind of like suspension of real but just over the top the aims that whole nafta and of course paddington was my bare when i was a little girl in books book a paddington bear patterns and their plates you are using the first one staff i did i did see and i did like it i did but i just remember abisaab like after the factor remember i thought that it didn't do very well so this next today by this one it's hysterical seattle so that's great so anyway good news for paddington kim kardashian and.
"sixty three million dollars" Discussed on WCTC
"Our of their time and expertise to support habitat programs and i'm very proud to say that since our partnership began uh lewis has contributed more than sixty three million dollars to habitat and and have helped more than sixty five hundred habitat family so we're really proud of that and our partnership with habitat will you should be in a terminally grateful for the workforce and for the monetary contributions as i said uh with our friends from proctor and gamble just a minute ago it's one thing to write a check it's another thing when the whole corporations behind it so much to a point that they're out in the field in their helping build the house they can see it they can feel it and that the passion that's on a build site i i'm sure you felt it to with some it's humbling in it's just a wonderful wonderful clause and and certainly lows is led the charge i was at a lows event i i think a year ago actually yeah several lows events of one of them was the woman's build that we have in the greater cincinnati area i i'm not sure if that's national or not well that's a great question actually we have supported national women build week now for ten years and it's really designed to educate and inspire and empower women volunteers help others build and repair affordable homes in their communities um since that time we've engage more than two hundred thousand women from all fifty states i think what have unique aspects of our partnership is that we provide training and.
"sixty three million dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To invest eight hundred sixty three million dollars a new uplift it online retailer holdings hongkong was also be gained this morning up four point two percent after ceo charles lee pull bloomberg tv that its proposal to change our which companies are eligible to listen in the city such as permitting do clash shift structures will boost its part one of ipo's dachti juliet allen said the other thing at four tenths of one percent that was ellen one in shanghai the pboc has raised the interest rate for fourteen date reverse repos following similar hikes to the seven and twenty eight day contracts last week china central bank increasing the cost of fourteen day reverse repurchase agreements by five basis points let's get a check now of global news for that to ed baxter in san francisco or julia thank you is trying to continues transform disputed territory in the south china sea the features that are capable of sustaining air and naval vessels vietnam is upgrading areas it occupies some of some digital global satellite photos have been released now showing new facilities including a possible dry dock on west london reef in the spratly islandchain now that is a property or claimed by vietnam i should say us senator john mccain battling brain cancer is going home to arizona he's also fighting a virus now who was hospitalized this week with what is doctor says is that virus it shouldn't affect the outcome of the vote on the tax overhaul as of now it looks as if republicans have the votes to get it passed australia's federal police have made an arrest of a man suspected of being an agent of north korea allegedly been selling missile components in cole on the black market australian prime minister turnbull has regained his majority in parliament russian president putin has spoken with donald trump for the.