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MacKenzie Scott gives Chicago-based Easterseals its biggest-ever donation

Chicago Tonight

01:06 min | 1 year ago

MacKenzie Scott gives Chicago-based Easterseals its biggest-ever donation

"Here to go behind the headlines as crain's chicago business editor and wire and great to see you as always so. Let's start with chicago based nonprofit easter seals which serves people who have disabilities. They're getting a massive donation from a pretty big name who has been given out a lot of money lately. Tell us about that. Well mackenzie scott. As you mentioned peres. Is the ex wife of amazon billionaire. Jeff bezos and she has been using the wealth that she generated through her divorce from him to become truly one of the most important philanthropists of our day. We just learned that she's given easter seals. One hundred sixty two million dollars to spread out over twenty two of easter seals. Us affiliates including its national headquarters. Which does happen to be here in chicago That easter seals gift is part of an overall four billion dollar gift. That scott has just made in the past few weeks to be split between nearly four hundred organizations a another recipient with local routes Is united way of metro chicago which we reported last week is getting twenty five million dollars from

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"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"This day in nineteen seventy seven Bruins all star captains the Danehill Ciara was born in transgene Czecho Slovakia today your Charles will be the topic of today's trivia question and the winner of today's trivia question will receive a fifty dollar gas card by the way today Notaro holds the record for the hardest shot at the NHL all stars competition how far fast with his record breaking shot it a distinct advantage the new truck is the the length of his hockey stick gives we actually had to make an exception to the rule it as it relates to the length of his hockey stick well who was it that said give me a long enough lover and I'll move the world it pretty much applies today notes are well at any rate six three five six six is our techs number should you care to participate in our trivia contest I don't know if you've seen some of the text messages that have been coming in but we've been getting a number as it relates to you know unemployment and what and what's happening in the job market got a text message five always says my wife and I are full time musicians and our shows have been canceled for the next two months it that's something I didn't even consider you know talk about restaurant workers and retail workers losing their jobs musicians yeah there's a whole nother category we completely glossed over yeah you got musicians other one seven eight one wife lost a job in the catering industry what else do we I mean it's just it's it's across the board you're going to see big big numbers here I have two kids getting what married this summer you know they do it we're we're talking about whether those weddings or even if I go off I already had a I had a cousin who cancel their wedding in April yeah April this is a given higher on Wednesday but postponed are still getting married at some point they still love each other very much okay well that's good to know yeah I I I normally we would have talked about this earlier Tom Brady's contract with Tampa bay's everybody know the financial terms of that I believe it's anticipated to be somewhere in the ballpark of thirty million per year and believe obviously for two years is what I've been hearing two years guaranteed it's probably pretty close to fully guaranteed well you know I would imagine out of that six if it's two years sixty million I guess between forty and fifty if it's guaranteed you guys surprised I'm not surprised now the writing's been on the wall for a while I mean Belichick is looking long term and I fully agree with the move it just sucks it had to end that way we have to witness Tom in a Buccaneers Jersey but a lot of these a long tenured relationships and sports come to would nasty clothes and that's what this was pretty much intermingling up later Joe Montana played for someone else right board point for someone else Jordan played for someone else yeah credit Michael Jordan played for himself but after a while the wizards yeah yes true what date would what do you think ends up happening with the cruise industry like I really question the the the ability for the cruise industry to recover from this do you think people six months from now two years from now say a you know that that's a bad I'll get I'll go back on a cruise ship I think they do I just think it's a question of whether or not we want to be bailing those companies out and then if we do decide to what strings to be attached to said bailouts so we don't end up back here you know five ten years from now the bit justified bailing them out with their all non US companies and I mean they they're non US companies but they do a lot of the lake yes they're all like flagged out of Barbados and places like that now but there the bulk of their workers' are we get a lot of U. S. workers that are still impacted just because you have been so many supply chains for food and everything that goes through U. S. ports so it's it's it's it's a tough one to figure out there again I think that if we're talking about bailing out companies I think this is a great time to ask ourselves the question of what do we want our companies to actually look like you know if the company is offering its executives on limited not unlimited but effectively unlimited share based compensation Hey what do we have rules that if executives getting paid in shares employees can choose to get paid the same way as well you know things like that things where we say Hey why don't we have on publicly traded companies minimum employee representation on corporate boards those kinds of things you have things where I don't want to ban stock buybacks I don't think that's the answer but just places where we can say okay how do we build a more sustainable company the answers to all of the people involved in it not just you know the eggs the chief executive officer of the board of directors right right we had a text message regarding Mullen Berg getting his sixty two million dollar buyout despite what's the company being bailed out yes that's what bothers people Jack would always end in and look what it with my own Berg I mean there's one of bone does get a bailout you'd hope even they go into a call back on something like that now what are we seeing in terms of uber and lift are they gaining clients as a result of the virus or is it is their business slowing down they're seeing there their business slowing down so in the seven days leading up to March sixteenth can spend twenty one percent less on uber rides in the seven days prior lift declined by nineteen percent over the same period and remember that March sixteenth if we look at the dates that goes back to March ninth which was last Monday remember that this didn't really become front and center for a lot of people until Thursday when the NC double a tournament was canceled and then everything kind of followed suit and so that includes half a week where there was minimal disruption so I'd imagine if you're looking at the actual numbers now especially as as knowledge is kind of grown about this yeah I wouldn't be surprised if you're talking you know in the following week that you know compared to where they were the first week in March they could be off forty to sixty percent wow and that's gonna be slow thing to come back right yeah the that's because their their decline in revenues going to last as long as the lockdown over thank yeah I know that I believe both lift and uber banned pooled rides today so that you can't have you know the uber pool and I forget the left one is I think it's a lift line where you know you're in a car with someone else who gets picked up at a different spot the running joke there was if they're not allowing multiple riders do you and your spouse have to get two different cars but that's a whole different ball game there but yet the these businesses are being impacted significantly as well I do wonder if uber eats picks up a little bit of that slack with people ordering in more often but it's not gonna be enough to stem the tide there I mean there there there are a ton of gig workers that are seeing their incomes evaporate overnight yeah and and I'll give you a personal example I was supposed to go to Nashville with my mom on a trip this spring yeah I booked an Airbnb cancel it thank you for doing that revenue is never going to the person who owns that place now that's right he can't do you can't get those days back now and and and that's the problem Hey when we come back we just got a text message from one of our listeners about five hundred union electricians being let go in one day we'll try to do some.

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"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Stopping operations in free agency is going to go I know I know it's not a sporting event but their argument is guess what teams are now going to have to get private planes which include pilots in the air to fly free agents to buildings if those free agents are gonna some of those teams they're gonna want to take physicals because before they invest millions of dollars into a player they're gonna want to send to a local hospital which means that they're going to take some of the people away from the people that really need hospital workers and help and they're gonna have to perform M. arise on these players so they can sell millions of dollars of contracts and it's far more are gonna be used thank you and so they don't understand how the NFLPA could allow this to happen and I had a number of officials say how can Roger Goodell not step in and stop this from happening now again okay like to believe bargain issue and Roger Goodell would need the help of the NFLPA but in this particular case the question that I encounter tonight was he's the leader of the NFL why does he not step in and exert his will at a time when our country is in crisis and it needs leadership in the worst way possible as Adam Schefter notes the Players Association would not consent to the notion of the NFL delaying the start of the season among the business done on Sunday quarterback Ryan Tannehill agrees to a four year deal with the Titans one hundred eighteen million total with an annual value of twenty nine and a half million sixty two million dollars fully guaranteed according to our Jeff Darlington not I. popping numbers but that deal is done and with tentacles deal in Tennessee that would seem to decrease the number of potential landing spots for Tom Brady who is set to become a free agent ESPN patriots reporter Mike Reiss this is the compelling question that the patriots are looking to the end for the answer you know after months of speculation we're going to get the moment of truth Monday twelve o'clock that's when teams around the league can legally contact Tom Brady's agents and top contract so we'll learn the market that there is out there for Tom Brady the patriots as I understand.

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"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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Hall Lifts Coyotes Over Panthers 5-2 For 4th Straight Win

This Morning - America's First News with Gordon Deal

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Hall Lifts Coyotes Over Panthers 5-2 For 4th Straight Win

"Opposite that carries even with their third string goalie in that Aiden hill they go in they beat the Panthers for their fourth straight win as the interview enough five two victory there so the dogs are aptly rolling at Taylor hall scored the go ahead goal late in the second and then the coyotes take it from there Matt rules your new head coach of the Carolina Panthers eighty seven years sixty two million dollar deal as the new coach gene of pay curve is just blown out of the water by David temper the Panthers owner Joe judge the special teams coordinator for the patriots and receivers coach is new head coach the New York Giants and that's not going over real well in

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"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"March you technology it was difficult to watching the crime is something you never forget to Freddie I've always been so grateful to him my mom they taught me not to let my circumstances defined by what some would say that's an understatement figures according to The Washington Post now lives in parkland Florida he's the founder of figures wireless a privately held telecommunications company he said was a praise in twenty seventeen to be worth more than sixty two million dollars he also runs the figures foundation which donates a variety of causes including relief efforts after natural disasters college scholarships for high school students and assistance with school supplies for cash strapped teachers the best thing any human being can do is influence another one said figures who credits his doctor parents for believing in him and allow him to channel his energy into creative computer projects at a young age he says that could be me on the streets I couldn homeless are dead if I had been found by the dumpster after I was born after figures grew up you learned that his birth mother was a prostitute and had a drug addiction he said he not matter he said he has no desire to yes my parents adopted me and give me love in the future they did their best to make the world a better place yeah that's All I Want to do is married to an attorney named Natalie and he has a kid rose was to that I'm in a happy place in my life it's important help me pay that forward I'm just one person I believe I can have an impact on even one of the person and I can multiply I want my daughter to grow up knowing that what a wonderful story it's also incredibly pro life story because look at the circumstances of this gives birth is good is born to a drug addicted prostitute in Florida he is African American is black he's played by a dumpster now you take all of those circumstances and many Democrats who say that it's almost the ideal circumstance for an abortion as the mom was put upon obviously mom had a difficult life the people who make the sort of Freakonomics argument that if you're going to take a child who is likely to grow up and engage in some form of criminality it looks like this kid born into no home to a drug addicted prostitute mom can this get instead grows up to be a tremendous success in place hundreds of people presumably as a white has a kid Hey you don't know what human life is going to be coming you don't know and that is why it is imperative that every human life be protected but that's not what the left has what what does the simply degrade human life itself may try to pretend that incipient human life is basically the same as Burma I'm not just making that up there's an entire article in The Washington Post newspaper same day I got the new The Washington Post promoting the story of Freddie vendors I kid who was born in the worst possible circumstance and grows up to run a firm it's worth sixty two million dollars apparently and in the same day they've got an editorial an op ed from Alexander Petrie who's one of their humor columnist and sometimes he's funny but not this time called state legislator stop being cowards mandate funerals brawls from Arizona now this is a dumb arguement the very often hear from pro choicers saying well you want to protect embryos when you want to predict burn because Tom on their own don't make babies you idiots once you have a fertilized egg you now have the beginnings of an individual human life its own DNA with its own future path but it's going to Alexander Petrie if you want to protect embryos then that's exactly the same as firm which demonstrates call on biological ignorance she says Pennsylvania's legislature has pushed a bill mandating death certificates any of the offering of funerals for fertilized over how inequitable in Ohio lawmakers and suggested a bill to rescue fertilized over that of wound up outside the womb even when this is literally medically impossible let does probably designed to rescue for example frozen embryos for later implantation instead of just destroying them but she says all right minded citizens must ask the question why such concern for these fertilizing Superman is all more than others those matters I have passed into the beyond after making the connection to lose millions of their brother and why under them why reward further those who've already she this so called war because you're not rewarding sperm idiot rewarding an embryo which is an individual human life it is an individual who like you made a call on a baby you know confidence in call number yeah that's fine is an individual human life because the status of human life begins at fertilization but the fact that you see so many folks on the left one of the great human life down to we'll just like sperm mood you know biologically inert you have to be added to this point is that it's just it's it's complete idiocy and I love that really what the argument is is that even if the baby is six months old what Democrats in the platform they have no limiting principle here and progressive don't have any limiting principle either so they can take well you know we just want to get rid of embryos okay well then are you willing to get rid of all the other abortions except for you know like the ones were still embrace one becomes a fetus very early on are you willing to ban abortion of course not of course not okay so you don't actually agree that a baby is a baby you just want the baby to be treated like sperm that's what you want she says a long train must bear the remains from state to state that we may gather to Pat last respects we must bear no cost flag must be lowered to half staff dogs must towel the governor must deliver eulogy the president indeed would be better and it lasted remains must be born home in the highest honor just as legislators a wishfully thought so thoughtfully wish for their brethren I think also that star should be placed in the windows of those who bear out so great a loss it is a simple matter of respect to show all hear the bell toll and no it tolls for these think of the fallen thinking legislate quickly or alternatively stop no actually you just don't understand again basic basic biology basic biology so well done Washington post meanwhile John someone I was really interesting piece today he's been there for has been all over this Ukraine thing a lot of his reporting was used as the basis for some of Rudy Giuliani in president from suspicions about Ukraine his piece today at what he expects from the inspector general report that's gonna be released next week about the origins of the trump Russia investigation get to that in just one second first let's talk about a great Christmas gift for someone so are you a steak lover I love the steak unfortunately I keep kosher but you.

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"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Of the sixty two million dollar company he started as a teenager he holds for patent is an inventor entrepreneur and philanthropist now one of his goals is to help others achieve their pretty provides college scholarships to high school seniors sponsorship programs and financially assists the elderly this young man says I'm going to impact this world and change today for a better tomorrow even if we don't see the potential in every new born child god does perfect plan for them follow us on Twitter at life issues USA and stay informed more informed and you've ever been Holly's Leary is ringing the bell for the salvation army consider a gift to this remarkable organization that does the most good elder dot com and click the online read kennel better or go directly to team elder dot for I cannot remember the last time I heard this terrible song.

"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"E. O. of a sixty two million dollar company he started as a teenager he holds for patents is an inventor entrepreneur and philanthropist now one of his goals is to help others achieve their pretty provides college scholarships to high school seniors sponsorship programs and financially assists the elderly this young man says I'm going to impact this world and change today for a better tomorrow even if we don't see the potential in every new born child god does perfect plan for them follow us on Twitter at life issues USA and stay informed more informed than you've ever been there's a lot going on right now and broadcasters are on the ground covering all of it bringing you the weather the traffic and breaking news all well entertaining you twenty four hours a day someone needs to tell you what's going on around the world and in our hometown and that someone is we are free radio we are always there we are broadcasters visit we ARE broadcasters dot com or text radio to five two eight eight six to learn more British by anybody in the station what would happen to show up for work tomorrow for the next couple of days or weeks a couple of months a year how long until you everything you've worked for a fraction of Ernest is severe you up at night it's time to learn the strategies lifestyles on limited start with a free workshop go through life styles and unlimited doctor through financial so many of our members already at that lifestyles mom limited cast dot com welcome back conventional wisdom to set you free of a man on a mission to one first.

"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"We are so let's go ahead get started losing let's start with you down the street right now of their ships the demonstrations taking place also teachers just a couple miles away from us here cameras what do teachers one what is significant to what's happening today I call this rally of the thousands of teachers are reading there are so many down here this is the largest rally that we had a house in like twenty years and the teachers want better okay that's the number one horse issue but they also want some other things too there is license or issues that mom and dad would be like to appeal from last year's session and they also want to make sure that it's a legislators notices in there really like this is their job despite school boards making those decisions are paying locally this is still a subject matter that the legislature has every to the to the bar our what teachers asking for a reasonable very small reddish we should that we should stipulate that teachers are heroes we all need to none of us would be where we are today without great teachers are in our lives he said we spend over fifty percent of every budget dollar K. through twelve education if you add in colleges Interpublic colleges and universities is over sixty percent of the entire state budget is devoted to education and last session we put another seven hundred sixty two million dollars over the biennium into public education what's the number what what is is is that enough and that's fine if teachers want to say well sixty two percent of the state budget just isn't enough we wanted to be sixty five we want to be seventy we just don't want to provide prisons are Medicaid anymore we just want all of the money to go to public education don't know what we ask is at this point and when the to your point the governor the legislature they do not set teacher salaries local school boards and local superintendents do it they're getting the money is coming from the state it's up to them how they spend it I think today would have been better spent doing a city and in the local superintendents offices instead of coming down the legislature follows three to jump in on nine Kendall what is the number we're going to we have a problem because if you're going to stay housing you wanna make demands and would be affected you have to have things that are very clearly spelled out you need to know what the number is you need to know you know if you're trying to pass legislation what bills that is similar to sponsor it I've been going down there and marina finding yeah what are the accomplishing I think I would agree they would be better off at the local level try to go to school or it's going to those meetings and trying to figure out where is this money actually going and at this point I think that I was actually sixty percent I keep hearing of the total budget is going to this one return on investment are we getting and how can we look at this and start making adjustments where navy what about the argument and that the school district will say is yes we have the teachers are going to reduce that you know the seller money is not a fight is a finite resource we can only deal with the money that we're given by the legislature that the legislature has given us enough hours or we're we're losing dollars because of school funding formulas can you really blame us we're just play in the hands of rebels the one way to fix this would be on TV are just teachers and thinking of all sectors of Indiana society these are economic issues that have economic solutions that can be done on the third floor of the statehouse we could have a better earned income tax credit have better economic policy that lift people out of poverty wages stagnating for teachers are we just actually request in Indianapolis in the zip code so this is a problem that can be fixed in ways and means and seven and taxing fiscal policy sure it should not be fixed for it has not our job that is that is absolutely one hundred percent full city and it should not be should not allowed to tell I would want to go on that way where's the legislation that someone's drafted and easy for support that they need to be back in your input in that and start to build my own for about the last twenty years and this is for the last few years since it was repealed in two thousand twelve so what are they backing down is a house right now when they need these legislators which they're trying to do to get their agenda pushed for it what are they actually lobbying for what is the number for the teachers salaries the exact bill what is the language they're trying to accomplish your record this is a good illustration right of where we come we come at life we come in politics in just these very different world views our work my friend Lindsey was as well this could be solved at the state house right this seems to be solved by the biggest form of government possible and I would argue with him and I would argue that the solution would be best done at the local level freight with local school boards that are elected they're accountable to the they're accountable to people I think the teachers union of would be very disappointed and I think they're getting they're gonna get out over their skis on bass I'm not sure that what they really want is for the state takeover education I don't I don't think that's really what they want they want to stick say let me call my will be easier just to make this goes on really weird just make all teachers state employees and therefore the state is not directly responsible for their salary so that way we we have no more of a middle man where the school board to get the money in the market is make I'm all state employees just begun I would need an exam or that span when that happens words actually successful I don't see that it usually one report directly to the state have them and that sort of relationship with them there are to complain about certain standards has in different things with licensing of this day if you need down that they don't like so why would they want to then add another connection to the state they don't want to do that just below the record you're listening to any any issues on ability to pausing at our homes are many politics or her come to you today often it happens rotary downtown Annapolis or enjoy the fox libertarian was a reader and the preposition thinking back on this into twenty twenty what does all we're saying is this a house today will it impact twenty twenty or will be just be so far removed or will Republicans and let's say you have a chance to address no whatever issues there are because I jokingly say only one person I know can stay mad forever and that's my lovely wife and usually that's because of something that that I did joy was our readers work our way down so I think what he is going to happen you're already C. I. P. S. is already an ounce the largest raisins in their history their school boards districts all across the state are already announcing raises because they got an extra six seven hundred sixty two million dollars from a Republican legislature last year to standing there putting out now towards towards wages at some point taxpayers have to look once all these teachers get braces once the school boards have done all this across the state and then we're still rallying.

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"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Like I touched upon and not be able to jump or play so mobility issues are a big deal for Catholic how much your cat would be impacted if they couldn't climb up on to things that is a quality of life issue so really really look at your cat why did you decide well we were taking a break did you decide that your cat is overweight so look and ask your veterinarian I want you to be able to steal your cats ribs I want your catching not have the the hanging down floppy Bailey underneath there I want you to be able to perceive a little bit of a waste on your cat and what your cat to be active and busy that's not all though it's not just the health consequences which to me are the most important but there is a financial cost to the city because in two thousand and sixteen the insurance industry said that one point four million claims one point four million claims were obesity related conditions and that a total of more than sixty two million dollars in veterinary expenses were released for these claims and here's the worst part is a twenty four percent increase over their prior for years so this epidemic is real and it's worsening so you got to stop it for more than one reason so we want to classify obesity as an epidemic and we want to make everyone aware of it because they say that part of the call is is that people don't know people think it's cute that pets are fat and it's really not cute and that pet parents don't really recognize the signs of obesity and so I want you all to be aware and recognize it because if you see it then you can take the actions to control it there is a component of this that is or may be genetic for some pets and certain breeds and types of cats may be a little bit more susceptible but that doesn't mean that you can't alter it as a part of your responsibility as a pet owner overfeeding is huge a lot of Michael tell me that they feed their cat twice today and they just fill the bowl and I agree that the whole day so if you think about that you're gone you're at work or school in your cat is just home and they know that they can to stop by the drive through at their bowl and pick up a little snack so their motivation for eating might actually be boredom and not hunger so they're getting extra calories I tell my clients all the time when I'm off work I'd rather be at work because when I'm off work I go to the refrigerator and look and see what's in there a lot because of boredom eating and that's what your cat does here she may be eating for emotional reasons because they're lonely or because you're gone and so you want to count and a gate that and also our house cats just don't get enough exercise because they're they're so close to their wild relatives who would be exercising and having to hunt in and find food and in your house cat doesn't so.

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"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Inside the park home run the Phillies won the beating the Braves by the score of six to five again Tom McCarthy with the call may I was some play by Kunio man almost has he had a he was well over the fence zero reaching over the fence and brought the ball back so violently yeah that it kind of fell out of his glove it's like slipped out of his glove he's thinking that he had it and they're going to call an out because he's got control of it but it happened so fast that I think they rolled it the right way yeah I'm a I do too and it's funny if he had just not been as violent. yes is a pulling in fact you know maybe you as stating his gorgeous catches yeah I could see him he's like you stole the ball back to is cut off Manny's look at that on bars like mom and I had that ball yeah he did have it there's no question you had it but as he not bring it all the way down in the sky to swing his arm around lower blows waste that ball came out of the club is like all in one motion that's why I believe that they rule to the right the right way brewers beat the Marlins for three Bucks Milwaukee loses Christian Yelich to a broken kneecap found the ball off his leg he will fly back to Milwaukee for imaging tests to see what needs to be done but this season is definitely over twins of the nationals five nothing Mitch Garber the tie breaking two run Homer in the seventh and the race keep winning they've won six straight eleven of twelve they beat the Rangers and eleven of five to three. trees wide receiver Antonio brown being accused in a civil lawsuit of raping and sexually assaulting a woman who used to be as trainer the judge did make a deal with the patriots yesterday for the Marius Thomas they give up a six round draft pick they also sign Sam Ficken to be their new kicker after they released Kerry of vet Vic cowboys owner Jerry Jones on the fan in Dallas he loves himself is football. reading Jerry compares football two sacks sacks bald now I was I wasn't going there Sir well you want someone that would for taking that you're sure he's got a lot of them sell some sex right. as of the last hour to hear that I thought you guys would say money oriole Yaza on the yacht. that's remains money right I guess so yeah sixty two million dollars a new energy company last Wednesday alone wow gave it to is it go L. A. fifty of it too is yeah well here's what he compares football to a beautiful woman so to speak because while there may be parts that or not in and of themselves the the but the epic beauty you put it all together in different ways and it may be the prettiest woman that's ever been on our. he's got a long sell some sex. size everybody funny Odell Beckham junior says league be damned I'm wearing my watch but the league is supposedly going to talk to him about it you've got to be there's supposedly going to talk to him as opposed to being so walk everything I'm reading is that they will address it but they how they really how they're going to address it Delaware the watch now okay where the watch your me your pick it up. please let me Manny free me right exactly everybody's in on me yeah everybody's all over me all the time it's not fair I believe us we me who cares well we're. now the thing is that a great Reggie Roby the punter for the H. U. store wash but I think he wore watch so he could time is punts well whatever he wore a watch though and I want to take the ball and then hit the apple watch time on a house if you were a pocket watch that see that would be fine if you like one of those like it is Jersey like pull that out of pocket watch just keep pushing the limits I saw people photoshopping her number flava Flav would do the job yeah. they have a morning that. we'll see we'll see where this goes and the Texans did release cornerback Erin a culvert who just last year signed a four year eighteen million dollar deals on a night like that come up never played before in his life maybe the jets or the giants also got messy terrible and I don't I know you is terrible but still there was a point time where somebody thought he was going to be pretty good yeah I guess I don't know what else is gold you never know you never know with the John it's probably you know with their situation maybe he'll actually run in the shadow of a wide receiver there may be anything else. all rights will give way to more Yankee tickets a pair of tickets to the Yankees.

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Streaming now rules music

Talking Tech

02:54 min | 2 years ago

Streaming now rules music

"Hiring isn't easy but there is one place you can go where hiring is simple in smart that place is ziprecruiter where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates candidates try it for free at Ziprecruiter. Dot Com Slash Tech Talk Ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire. Would you believe that eighty percent of abusing industry revenues now come from streaming or gosh. That was fast wasn't it. Then why are musicians still complaining about seeing such little money from digital at what what point do musicians finally get to join the party. I'm Jefferson Graham. This is talking tech. Let me try to provide some answers now. Streaming music paying for services. This is like spotify Apple Music Amazon prime generated four point three billion dollars in the first half of two thousand nineteen or eighty percent of the industry's total tally of five point four billion dollars. This is per a new report by the Recording Industry Association of America. Which about twenty years ago used to report sales sales of twenty billion dollars? Now remember digital downloads. They were going to be the savior of the industry and replace. CDs people still buy them but but barely generating four hundred and sixty two million dollars so far this year compared to seven hundred sixty five million at this point two years ago now. That's still better than CDs. Yes people are still buying CDs worth nearly two hundred and fifty million dollars this year so far. It's going to be half a billion probably by by the end of one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. I got a question listeners. Have you bought a CD in the last six months. I'd love to hear from you. Where are you finding them. I'm Jefferson Graham looked for me on twitter at Jefferson Graham. You've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe to the show wherever you listen to online audio whether that be spotify apple podcasts stitcher or wherever wherever I will be backing you as you know tomorrow with another quick it from the world of tech hiring can be a slow process cafe cat failed tour as Coo Dylan Mika what's needed to hire a director of coffee for his organic coffee company but was having trouble finding qualified applicants so he switched to Ziprecruiter Ziprecruiter's technology finds people with the right experience and invites them to apply to your job. Dylan posted his job on Ziprecruiter and was impressed by how quickly he had qualified candidates apply and in just a few days he found his new director of coffee with results like that. It's no wonder four out of five employers who post on Ziprecruiter better get a qualified candidate within the first day see why Ziprecruiter is effective for businesses of all sizes. Try Ziprecruiter for free at our web address. ZIPRECRUITER DOT com slash talk. That's ZIPRECRUITER DOT COM slash T. E. C. H. T. A. L. K. ziprecruiter dot com slash tech talk ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire.

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"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I mean think about how cats could have arthritis because they spend so much time hiding their pain but it's very real and if you think about the wait that your cats joints must Kerry if you can minimize that then that reduces the wear and tear on the joints can help your cat be comfortable for years to come so I think that this is super important I want you all to think about this I want you to talk with your veterinarian about whether or not your cat is overweight something that you might ask about is called the body condition score because with pets it's not then number on the scale it's the over all body condition score that takes into account all the factors and whether or not you can feel their ribs and whether or not they have a waste so you must talk to your veterinarian about what is your pet's body condition score so I want everyone to take a look at their cat right now and two critically critique whether not dating their cat is overweight today's topic is a little bit sobering in a little bit serious because the obesity epidemic is such a big deal and I think that there is just no excuse for us to not step up and do right by our cats so the most common obesity related conditions in cats one of those I touched upon is arthritis and that is an ongoing lifelong incurable issue that obesity can contribute too so that's important but also bladder and urinary issues now a lot of cats are surrendered because of inappropriate urination and yes obesity which is one hundred percent preventable and manageable is the underlying cause how sad is that so certainly consider that chronic kidney disease can be a result of obesity and just like in people diabetes can be a result of obesity diabetes is kind of a big deal your cat might have to have daily injections of insulin to control diabetes so certainly if you can prevent that from happening you would want to do so asthma asthma is really common in cats and obesity can be a risk factor so that also is a big deal alright so have you heard about liver disease in cats there is a condition called hepatic lipid assess which means fatty liver and cats can actually die from it I have had a look at asus and the predisposing factor for that is obesity high blood pressure well just like in people high blood pressure is a bad thing for cats and it can cause things like blindness kidney damage really really serious consequences so hello my cat lovers I really want you to think about what I'm telling you and make the change ask your veterinarian if your cat is overweight and what you can do about it they can even get heart disease heart failure gallbladder disorders they can get spinal arthritis like I touched upon and not be able to jump or play so mobility issues are a big deal for Kathy how much your cat would be impacted if they couldn't climb up on to things that is a quality of life issue so really really look at your cat why did you decide well we were taking a break did you decide that your cat is overweight so look and ask your veterinarian I want you to be able to steal your cats ribs I want your cat to not have the the hanging down floppy daily underneath there I want you to be able to perceive a little bit of a waste on your cat and your cat to be active and busy that's not all though it's not just the health consequences which to me are the most important but there is a financial cost to the city because in two thousand and sixteen the insurance industry said that one point four million claims one point four million claims were obesity related conditions and that a total of more than sixty two million dollars in veterinary expenses were released for these claims and and here's the worst part is a twenty four percent increase over the prior four years so this epidemic is real and it's worsening so you got to stop it for more than one reason so we want to classify obesity as an epidemic and we want to make everyone aware of it because they say that part of the call is is that people don't know people think it's cute that pets are fat and it's really not cute and that pet parents don't really recognize the signs of obesity and so I want you all to be aware and recognize it because if you see it then you can take the actions to control it there is a component of this that is or may be genetic for some pets and certain breeds in types of cats may be a little bit more susceptible but that doesn't mean that you can't alter it as a part of your responsibility as a pet owner overfeeding is huge a lot of my clients tell me that they feed their cat twice today and they just fill the bowl and I agree that the whole day so if you think about that you're gone you're at work or school in your cat is just home and they know that they can just stop by the drive through at their bowl and pick up a little snack so their motivation for eating might actually be boredom and not hunger so they're getting extra calories I tell my clients all the time when I'm off work I'd rather be at work because when I'm off work I go to the refrigerator and look and see what's in there a lot because of boredom eating and that's what your cat does here she may be eating for emotional reasons because they're lonely or because you're gone and so you want to count and a gate that and also our house cats just don't get enough exercise because they're they're so close to their wild relatives who would be exercising having to hunt in and find food and in your house cat doesn't so some of the things that you can do to help.

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"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

09:06 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You missed it this is on the receipt podcast this is Chris Mortensen who I respect by the way this isn't just some guy throwing stuff out there for clicks that's not what Mortensen does but do remember that Hey things agents say things team say things for of very I'm for a bunch of different reasons that's just that's just how things work so look I'm not saying is lying I'm just saying this is interesting and then what we'll do is we'll go more Kyle more Kyle gonna get big picture of both sides of this whole thing some first year is Chris Mortensen on what is being said in his opinion about Jimmy grovel is there any scenario more were you would see that making decision move are favorable yes wow okay right yes about it hello guys yes about grapple to me is is the most intriguing guide because when he was traded from New England to the forty Niners memory separate a few games but when he came out and played he can live it up in the end I think they said obviously they said well he's our guy is go ahead and do it the context into which now given the money but I do believe they'll listen the obviously here is a hell towards ACO early in the season last year but I think there's been some other things that they don't want I don't think the cows and analyze what he sees about their day to day well I'm not sure but is to grab the Kyle is I do you want top three offense of coordinator than football you know and and and I don't know by name a mall you to judge me Daniels and it's certainly but I I think I was right there I think he's still guy even though he has his office he's always wants the ball and mentally you better be able to keep up with Kyle and Kyle you know he's he I'm not sure he's a patient patient guy says when it comes to quarterbacks and they're at their apartment they want to win I mean I John legend and and cows Santana kind of tied at the hip and I'm a sissy what happens at the start of the season with the grapple if they don't think he's ready all right so basically saying that he doesn't necessarily have a mental grasp of the offense does not talk anything about the physical side of things talk about the mental grasp here's Cassin this morning on Murph and mac when asked about that no hiding learning the playbook is done I mean are you can learn the playbook pretty fast you know its it's not like we're doing brain surgery here I mean you you learn the playbook pretty fast since about performing it consistently and the way that happens is you playing games you get a lot of playing time you go through some ups and downs you know Jim to me said ten career games that was on the most disappointing things or you know me personally world looking for two last year was known all right is to be the first season to me gets to go in as a starter gets to play a season as a true NFL quarterback and he only got to play two and a half games and that was the most frustrating part was not that he doesn't get a learned offense or anything that he doesn't get ago wrapped offense and now you got to take a whole year off and is pretty much all of OTA isn't her only is only allowed to do seven on seven which is not real football and then you can open a training camp full goal and that's a real good weeks into some real good practices but as everyone it is up and down and you know everyone has very well documented that he had one very bad practice in the five interception practice and unfortunately that was followed by not a great outing from our whole starting offense in the twelve please they got so I think it's pretty normal this time here for people to blow that up but it's not it is what it is I mean I think it's pretty obvious you know the guys coming back from ACL hasn't played in a lot of games and he needs to get out there and play football I was glad he at least got any game was able to get twelve plays and then knocks the rust off and it didn't go perfect I know he wanted to stay out there a lot longer they all did but that's the hard thing about pre season you want to keep guys out there too long and risk injury unfortunately get more time tomorrow and that stuff he needs and I'll needed throughout the season and you will through some we will go through some ups and downs like you do with every NFL quarterback but especially a guy who hasn't played a lot and it was coming off an ACL I do go there is a caution and again the was asked about the mental side Chris Mortensen suggesting that maybe they are not happy with the mental side the Jimmy drop below is bringing to the table and I know that was a criticism of calling Capen expend a lot of time in the weight room did not spend time on the mental side of things we talk to mac Shanahan last week he talked and again let's let me back up for a second from a standpoint of being reporter Chris Mortensen is a great reporter knows a whole lot he's not he doesn't throw stuff against the wall he's not hot take guy he's not that that's not who he is I'm not saying he's wrong and I'm also not suggesting that everything that Kyle Shanahan is saying is accu does well from the standpoint is he can't tell us everything right she got to be able to read between the lines when you hear stuff I think fans are smarter and smarter nowadays a lot of it because of social media and act actually are dumber because of social media as well the same time that's kind of weird double edged sword but we have more information than we've ever had so it's not like fan smart fans like we have here in the bay area are blindly listening to what the teams are saying they know that they can't give the toll truth lucky behind the scenes he's probably ripping Jimmy a little bit more but you've got to watch the confidence of the player all these different kind of things but what he did point out there he said ten career starts all right that's less than a lot of rookies he hasn't played since September twenty third that's we have the knee injury the entire offense we don't take that in consideration of already gone over the fact that if you if you go back and watch those plays which I don't expect you to do the the guys in good ones Casey was in the wrong place in math these case I think he got confused whether we should go inside because the the corner had already dropped their outlook I'm not saying the grapple play well he didn't but what I'm saying is is that there's more explanations and is a fan you can either take these as excuses or you can take them as explanations all those different things by the way combine that with the fact will play this for in a second in Kyle explain this he started out five no they give a big fat contract the forty Niners and their fans were desperate for a quarterback Jimmy looks the part at a central casting and all of us not the savior is here the next one ten of the next right the Jacksonville game forty four thirty three coming back against Tennessee he's all miked up man is he a great leader all those different things then comes out last year we kind of give my Pasqua's look he played two and a half games in those two and a half games he was a great it was good it was a great but the expectation level is really high as it should be but the point is is that when you get off to a five no start in teams within Univision are gonna say okay we've got to stop this guy this happens in all sports they adjust to you you have to adjust back in to get the chance you heard in the cut cows enhancing the most disappointing part of the injury is he didn't get the reps so Chris Mortensen is saying it's a mental issue which I don't think it is could be but I don't think it is it's a physical issue not that he's not satisfied with me because he told us that Kyle told us that we watch the practices he was stepping in the throes it's not that it's a he needs to get on the field so any kind of suggestion that says that he may not start the season he has to get physical wraps so here's here's Chris Mortensen suggesting maybe he shouldn't get those yeah it's coming the show a lot more and I think there's a lot more in different areas and obviously you know if we're what we're saying now is it about the ease that ACL that needed any confidence of ease up step in and things are true but I know this much they're going to run the football that amount well he's going to give him some easy tools to make the best play action one action you know I was in in in in the NFL and so I think you could listen to make those easy throws or or sold it that to NFL starting collection make that's the kind I wanted it the cut the card is in I don't know if we have it you have going play that one let's play the well yeah good guy that is going to cut him loose but they always easy really going to be the starter when the season opens and I heard as a minority to what we've seen in preseason is kind of what we're seeing in practice a bit no the crazy thing is like a a feather in the cap machine has that Mullins played better than I imagine anybody would have thought it would last year you know just off the radar guy you know what you think that's good that's good we're running out of time so that that's good any suggestion that Mullins or bathroom could unseat Jimmy rob Lowe is pure sports package that's what it is honestly I do it for a living it's fun I love cop quarterback controversies that are genuine Joe versus the was a quarterback controversy this is not they invest in forty two minimum a million dollars in the guy last year they're gonna invest another twenty million in the guy this year so if you invest sixty two million dollars let's go to your business accu in here just for a second if you invest sixty million dollars and something are you gonna see it through I people think then in sports some again I think it in the bay area as sports fans are educated they're educated a lot of different ways but you're smart let's just let's just think business for a minute you invested sixty million dollars he's played.

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"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Why did you decide well we were taking a break did you decide that your cat is overweight so look and ask your veterinarian I want you to be able to steal your cats ribs I want your catching not have the the hanging down floppy daily underneath there I want you to be able to perceive a little bit of a waste on your cat and your cat to be active and busy that's not all though it's not just the health consequences which to me are the most important but there is a financial cost to the city because in two thousand and sixteen the insurance industry said that one point four million claims one point four million claims were obesity related conditions and that a total of more than sixty two million dollars in veterinary expenses were released for these claims and here's the worst part it was a twenty four percent increase over their prior for years so this epidemic is real and it's worsening so you got to stop it for more than one reason so we want to classify obesity as an epidemic and we want to make everyone aware of it because they say that part of the call is is that people don't know people think it's cute that pets are fat and it's really not cute and it had parents don't really recognize the signs of obesity and so I want you all to be aware and recognize it because if you see it then you can take the actions to control it there is a component of this that is or may be genetic for some pets and certain breeds and types of cats may be a little bit more susceptible but that doesn't mean that you can't alter it as a part of your responsibility as a pet owner overfeeding is huge a lot of my clients tell me that they feed their cat twice today and they just fill the bowl and I agree that the whole day so if you think about that you're gone you're at work or school in your cat is just home and they know that they can just stop by the drive through at their bowl and pick up a little snack so their motivation for eating might actually be boredom and not hunger so they're getting extra calories I tell my clients all the time when I'm off work I'd rather be at work because when I'm off work I go to the refrigerator and look and see what's in there a lot because of boredom eating and that's what your cat does here she may be eating for emotional reasons because they're lonely or because you're gone and so you want to count and a gate that and also our house cats just don't get enough exercise because they're they're so close to their wild relatives who would be exercising having to hunt in and find food and in your house cat doesn't.

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"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on KTRH

"To Europe after July first twenty twenty one you're going to need a visa you currently don't. But Europe's changing the rules to address the threat of terrorism, Texas, congressman Dan Crenshaw met with Chris Evans, the actor who plays captain marvel in the movie released this weekend Crenshaw lifted his eyepatches reveal a glass eye with a captain marvel shield the field the film took in a massive sixty two million dollars last night. News on demand at K T, R KTAR H dot com. We're gonna have another update at nine breaking news as it happens. I'm Nikki Courtney on Houston's news, weather and traffic station. Newsradio seven forty KTAR a found another use for ourselves. Sound effect? Did you? So we gotta we were talking about mold mildew algae earlier today. We're talking about the slugs and snails, right? Yeah. Outside and saw a bunch of termite swarming around. It is termite swarming season. I hate to bring the bad news too. But you need to know this. That's why you need our friends. At McGrath pest control, Scott McGrath. His dad started the company years ago, and they've been doing it for thirty years now or more if rodents are still a big issue right now, we're just talking about the moles. They can help you with rodent control of any kind. Whether you have like, squirrels or rats and mice in what? Raccoons skunks trying to find their way in the house. So big issue right now, they do the trapping and the exclusion work. They are termite control specialists and have been since nineteen seventy four. That's McGrath pest control a great story. Come in just the other day the lady. You. She called this number. I'm about to give everybody little did. She know that the owner Scott McGrath would be the guy that came out and did the assessment I so I can't promise it for everyone that calls today. But there's a ninety percent chance that Scott is going to be the guy who comes out and does the assessment for you to eight one four six nine eighty two forty if you're worried about termites any bugs any kind of pest control needs. You have you need the one and only McGrath pest control. They take care of you. They set up appointments to they don't go..

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"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Do you still over money if you divorce for five years like the reason why this is so interesting waffles? By the way, thanks for the call. Steve. We've all heard these stories the guy the woman that works three jobs while you're trying to be an actor. And you she supported you and the second you get your big role, you dump her you get the Hollywood wife and you'll live happily ever after while she's gone. I was I was mopping toilets for for years. So you could eat that's awful. And there's there is an element of this. However, it was an absolutely clean break in October. We're done we're over right? So going forward. Why do you have a claim on anything that he has? She doesn't she doesn't. And I think you're right on this waffles. And if you if you think she does I'd say, well when does that end, but also but deep down in that heart of yours. Do you say he's taking he's gonna have one hundred sixty two million when he takes to lump sum it. It turns out. So you got one hundred and sixty two million dollars. The woman fed you for fifteen years. Is that not worth you? Give her twelve million say, and you still got one hundred and fifty million. No. Now. So what if they got divorced yesterday waffles, giving her anything, then I I get the feeling you're not giving anybody anything they split up. They got divorced. If they have kids that's brings a different the add something to the equation shirt to take care of the do. You have any sympathy for her. This is her lot in life. She felt for this guy. They get married. He's a layabout for fifteen years. She finally gets up the guy can't do this anymore. And then she goes through a messy divorce with him. Clearly. And of course, her lot in life is to after that's all done and she's paying him. He wins the lottery. Sorry, what have been with her money? Again. If it were me one thing I'd be thinking about is. How do we know that support that I'm giving him? He used for LA bot house. He paying for lottery tickets. I why do I get if he's got money for lottery tickets? Why am I paying spousal support? Does she have any claim on that? I like I like this this top tax that guy should give his ex two million pennies. Who why two million no the in pennies, I get the pennies part. But one of the things what happens here is it's the same with the guy that gave him the ticket back whatever you give him. He owes that guy. But how much a good amount? How much is a good amount is a million dollars enough more than that. Because it you said look the divorce and he's walking with what one sixty four is over. Why does your or anything this guy did what any human being should do? It wasn't his property who he knew who is wasn't. He gave it to him. Why should he be rewarded because that guy basically gave him the hundred sixty five million dollars? He could take phantom for fifteen years. One hundred sixty five million how much is it? She said do the math on how much you think I've spent on him over fifteen years not that much a lot not not that much a lot. I don't even think it'd probably not even over a million. Six hundred seventy six six sixty eight sixty eight what should the lottery, do what should the lottery winner do with his ex wife? They've been divorced for five months. And now he's got one hundred sixty two million dollars. If you're bored of crushing candy.

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Leicester City, Liverpool And Soccer discussed on Bloomberg Opinion

Bloomberg Opinion

00:19 sec | 3 years ago

Leicester City, Liverpool And Soccer discussed on Bloomberg Opinion

"Barr Liverpool football club announced a record-breaking pre-tax profit of one hundred twenty five million pounds or one hundred sixty two million dollars for last year are the first soccer. Club globally the break. One hundred million pound Mark the previous record was set by Leicester City with ninety two point five million the season after

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"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on Painting Corners Podcast

Painting Corners Podcast

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on Painting Corners Podcast

"It that much because they like to bring them in for eating late games for defensive assurance. So it's it's not like he's going to be a guy who's like pinch hitting in the six or seven in bigger spots. But at the same time getting him as many bad about at bats as possible early in the season when you're still easing robots in. Can only have a good impact on season moving moving beyond that. So I expect to be regularly in the mix not just buried in the bench. That's for sure. What what can we expect that a soda this season? Do you think he kinda regresses a little bit? Or you know, just having the amount of tape that they do on him now. Or is he gonna come back and have another great year so hard with him because as you don't wanna right, and you don't want to say too much about a guy that age, but like his I last year and his plate discipline and his his to strike approach was like so beyond a nineteen year old. It's like it's hard to imagine him getting so rattled by king. You know, wherever he gets pounded by backtra curve balls. Like, I I could see him his walks could like just sore. It's kind of what you saw what Brice when he got stabbed even his numbers and his nineteen year old season comparative prices when Bryson rookie of the year, we're just so much better in terms of your walk rate in strikeout rate and all that. So I expect him to digress. A bit just because that was. Historically, good season. It's hard to match that. But I don't I don't think it's going to be like he's gonna really fall off in in terms of him getting picked apart by pitchers and scouring reports because I think he showed the ability already to adjust. I mean, the hitting coach come along nationals hitting coach said that so many players so many veterans last year had adjusted their to strike approach because they had watched Soto hit which is like so crazy to think about for nineteen year old. So he seems as a quip is anybody to handle what's going to come into next. I think he's going to walk a ton. I think he already did last year. And I think maybe his power numbers go down as a result of just not seeing as many fastballs. I mean when he first came up they were just throwing him all these fastballs. And it was like this guy. Crushes fastballs, obviously does not do not throw many more fastball. And it seemed like the league was so slow to react. But now they're going to have the book on him. Like you said. But I I think it'll be all right. All right. So we're going to jump to the starting pitching. They're the lot of money invested in this rotation really tightly there is you. I want you think one of my favorite stats when we're talking about contracts is I love to remind people that Stephen Strasburg makes forty five million in twenty twenty three in the all look at me, like a map -solutely just stupid. I'm like, no, go go check. Nobody really does. You know? He he really does the starting pitching sixty two million dollars invested it currently, by the way, she sees. But I mean, this you have like this year. Great arms. I mean, if you I mean, Strasberg's one of those guys where if you could turn off injuries. He's a top five pitcher, you know. I mean this rotation one through three is one of the best in the league. But one of the most underrating underrated sightings, so far the offseason is honorable Sanchez. Add not only do you take somebody away from the Braves. But you also get a guy who had a pretty busy resurgence last year. Yeah, I think I think you're right. I think the the riskiest part of the animal Sanchez signing is that you essentially traded traded them for Joe Ross in the sense of like, that's what you put in his spot and not your raw. Sorry, tenor. Ark. And. I'm getting my. Pictures already mixed up inside spring training. You kinda guy traded spas for Tanner, Roark and Rourke was such a workhorse. And like, yes, it what you want about historic last year, and it was bad all kinds of bad..

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News in Brief 31 January 2019

UN News

03:20 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 31 January 2019

"This is the news in brief from the united nations the world health organization w._h._o. says it's extremely concerned about the deteriorating humanitarian situation in our whole camp in serious our hasa governor it's where eleven infants reported to have died you too cold in the past two days alone over the last two months approximately twenty three thousand people mainly women and children fleeing hostilities in rural areas of neighboring deir ez-zor have arrived in the camp at least twenty nine children and newborns are reported to have died over the past eight weeks mainly from hypothermia while traveling to the campo shortly after arrival the u._n. is calling on all parties to the conflict to provide unhindered humanitarian access to people in need of life saving aid more from u._n. spokesperson stiffen does your eek the situation the cap is now critical its population has tripled in size in the last two months team supported by the world health organization are working around the clock to screen you arrivals and refer them to hospitals when required severely malnourished children are being referred at whol supported hospital in hassake w._h._o.'s also supporting the deployment of additional vaccination teams setting up disease surveillance and training camp volunteers in psychological first aid and basic counseling the upsurge in patent applications for devices and machines powered by artificial intelligence or a i in the last five years suggest that it could soon revolutionize all areas a daily life a u._n. report revealed on thursday according to the world intellectual property organization known as wipro fifty percent of all patients for the replication of human intelligence by machines for use in industries such as transport and healthcare have been published since two thousand thirteen having up to more than one hundred seventy thousand different painted ideas the united states and china dominate the field although only a fraction of china's patients have been filed internationally wipro director general francis gurry told journalists in geneva the surge and patenting was striking he noted that a._i. research began in the nineteen fifties but there's been a quantum leap in the past six years is a good news or bad news will i would tend to say that all technology is somewhat neutral and it depends on what you do with it so insofar as you may use science take and techniques for developing autonomous weapons systems that are going to kill us all it's not very good news but insofar as it's being used to improve health indicators to for diagnostics for other purposes it's great news the u._n. resident and humanitarian coordinator in ukraine launched an appeal on thursday for more than one hundred sixty two million dollars to provide aid and protection for two point three million of the most vulnerable people in the conflict ravaged east of the country or not lebron said five years of fighting have had a devastating impact on civilians on both sides of the so-called contact line that divides the mainly pro russia separatists and government forces the new plan will allow for forty three u._n. national and international organizations to implement collective action to provide food shelter winterisation support access to clean water and education among other sectors might wells united nations

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"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on Equity

Equity

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on Equity

"To the time before cannabis was legal in California, you had to get a prescription for it you to talk to a doctor and actually Dr come to my apartment to give me some sort of screenings could get a prescription for for fun things. And this idea I'm trying to be relatively PC about this cause serious topic, unserious example, but of access to medical professionals in nontraditional ways as poke labs doing is. I think super cool and does democratize access to medicines in ways that are going to change how people get access to what they need. And we were talking about this before the show over the topic. And there's an idea called the contraceptive desert. Now, if you're familiar with food deserts as a place in the world in which you can't find access to fresh food, for example. But it was news to me that there are certain places where medicines are hard to get. So kate. What is that? How's it of manifest? Yeah. So there's contraceptive desert's all over the US spatially region where you're not reasonably close to a public clinic. So it's it's much harder to obtain things like breath control. So these companies though, they you know, they are just as helpful for someone like me he lives in a city just out of pure convenience. They're also game changing for women who live in his in his contraceptive, desserts, who you know, now they can use an app and have. Delivered to their doorstep, and they can even have a prescribed to them if they're in one of the states where they were the pill club is able to do this in the pill said with their latest funding. Their goal is to be able to write prescriptions for women in all fifty states with fifty one million dollars in capital in this round. I think about sixty two million dollars raise now total. They've definitely greatly increase their capital base, presumably they can go after those last fifteen states. They haven't yet gotten to curious though, there's a regulatory issue at play in those states or just simply they haven't gone to those states yet, but with over sixty mill for the pill club, and I think over forty million for is it networks or Noor neurotics Kate near ex. And the reason I think that is I think I've been saying it wrong time and saying nurse. What else? I don't know. I must pronounce every grounds everything too. Your else? Random letters. But we'll call neurotics practice. Yeah. I really hope I'm right on this one. But like I said, I I'm often wrong. Well, anyways, the pill club and Noor X have raised over one hundred million together for this space, and that's kind of encouraging. I think it shows to ventured Apple Pay attention to to not just mail stuff. If you will. Well, also, you know, the these desert cities notwithstanding I mean, there's so much pressure on women now, especially with sort of, you know, this all issue contraception sort of the spotlight into the Trump administration lawmakers attempts to limit laments access to birth control. So I think it makes it easier for anyone eating birth control. Not to have to go to an office. What's kind of interesting to me or the question is whether Planned Parenthood would ever get into the business of sending contraceptives out? They they seem to be getting like a little bit more. Yeah. A little more techie just today. They developed or announced a chat bot that can answer questions about sexual health is part of kind of a broader effort to bring sex education to the masses. That's great to hear. I hadn't. I hadn't read that. But I do think it would be something not make a lot of sense for them to do. Yeah. Of course, I'm sure if they could if they could snap their fingers, and do that they would have a lot of a lot of resources. I think that's a great comet the his every company is a tech company periods, right? Right. Absolutely. Bottom line. So, you know, the chat bots there, but they wanna make it easier for everyone to access should. But there's it's great. I mean, it's a great time to be alive. Can do do..

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"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"sixty two million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"How anyone. The family says piper was healthy when she was booked into the jail, but came down with meningitis her pleas for help from jail staff apparently fell on deaf ears to let a person suffer. She was moaning and screaming and crying for days. The Snohomish county sheriff's office declined to comment saying the case is in court in ever Jennifer Sullivan. Komo news. A lot of people are convinced that drinking certainties can help you lose weight and get more fit. It's a trend known as t- taxing. Komo's Connie Thompson has some things you should know before you jump on the bandwagon after gorging on meals and goodies over the holidays, people try everything to take off the extra pounds. Stick to my exercise routine. Just exercise and eat, right. Have to get back to my Pilates instructor one of the latest weapons in the bulbs. Battle is a mixture of specialties consumed in a regimen called a t talks consumer reports says Americans are sipping away to the tune-ups sixty two million dollars spent on T taxes last year detox teas contain a variety of ingredients some claim to help with weight loss such a stimulants like Goran that can have up to four times the amount of caffeine in coffee too much caffeine. Not only not help long-term with weight loss, but can cause issues like jittery nece and nervousness some. Detox is also contain laxatives like Santa or Santa leaf the reason you might see a short term dip in the scale is because they're dehydrating. But once you consume enough liquid your way, it will go right back up and use to excess laxatives can be dangerous detox. Teas are often treated like dietary supplements, which means they're much less regulated than FDA.

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Apple to make 20 percent fewer new model iPhones this year

Bloomberg Markets

02:12 min | 3 years ago

Apple to make 20 percent fewer new model iPhones this year

"Bloomberg radio us special forces soldier was killed today four others wounded in western somalia the new york times reports these are the first us combat casualties publicized in africa since last october's deadly ambush jair global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries thanks nathan now with our other top stories i'm abigail widow lloyd's is sold its remaining three point three percents stake in standard leith aberdeen for four hundred sixty two million dollars booth companies had been locked in arbitration over a large asset management mandate african merged with standard life last year with plans to create a one trillion dollar money manager lloyd's derail that plan by withdrawing one hundred and forty six billion dollars from the firm it says the merger created a competitor to its own insurance unit there may be fewer iphones on the market this year bloomberg's gina cervetti tells us why there's a report that the technology giant has warned its supply chain of a drop in new iphone component orders bloomberg has learned that apple expects total iphone shipments this year to be eighty million a steep decline from the one hundred million that apple had planned for the same time last year the report also says apple is rather conservative when it comes to ordering parts but apple's sprawling supply chain is made up of hundreds of companies and experts say can be tough to get an overall picture of demand from speaking to individual firms gina cervetti bloomberg radio switzerland has ordered credit suisse and over currency trading data it's a competition watchdogs regulators they're probing potential collision fx markets between eight banks the court rejected credit suisse's argument that giving up data violates a rule against selfincrimination general electric shareholders can breathe a little easier at least for now we get details from bloomberg's karen moskow ge's declared a twelve cent dividend holding the payout steady for another quarter despite growing concerns over its sustainability the decision offers a little comfort to investors still reeling from a slump that has wiped out one hundred twenty billion dollars jeez market value in the past year the boston based company has languished at the bottom of the dow jones industrial average while contending with troublesome.

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Tyrann Mathieu declines pay cut, cut by Arizona Cardinals

Tiki And Tierney

00:48 sec | 4 years ago

Tyrann Mathieu declines pay cut, cut by Arizona Cardinals

"Torn triceps in october the browns have been upgrading their roster and have come to terms with running back carlos hyde the patriots have now lost three big players with free agent tackle nate solder jordan and the giants for a four year sixty two million dollar deal the forty niners are replacing hide with jeremy mckinnon who gets a fouryear deal defending champion eagles have resigned linebacker nigel brandon the ravens have cut wide receiver jeremy macklin entire on matthew was let go by the cardinals two more games in the first four tonight north carolina central faces texas southern who's nineteen losses in the most of any team in the tournament arizona state takes on syracuse in the second part of the double header the warriors would be without the injured steph curry draymond green and klay thompson when they host the lakers thompson has a fractured thumb you'll be reevaluated next week i'm.

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