35 Burst results for "Thirteen Thousand Dollars"

"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Ace and TJ

Ace and TJ

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Ace and TJ

"Nails are not along relax. Khloe kardashian migraine commercial. She's trying to eat popcorn. Long wolverine claws. I wonder how girls He's bathroom using those nails just to be hard day. I figure the kardashians have somebody do that. Form done kayla from upstairs. Said i'll have to look her up. But there's a girl on tick-tock who makes thirteen thousand dollars a month for showing her feet on only fans thought knows her knows of her. You have to look it. up is me. i wouldn't be the girl. I love to make thirteen thousand dollars a month. I'll just thirty five minutes taking some pictures of your feet. Print them out. The biggest is going to be buying the mashed potatoes. Are the cake or something. Mean for thirty thousand dollars. I'll do it. I'll smash on anything. Whatever yeah that's thirteen now. Martina man i would. I would paint my toenails and ought to do that. How could pass for girl feet. Can you get small fee to Oh you should try. We should try it on the radio. Why not it's not. Who cares if you're showing your fee. I understand why. I feel weird. We can make money off. Let's do you imagine telling. Jody she wouldn't get no argue. We need the money great. I'm trying to finish getting his house furnished. There's a girl here is that she linked to the article flight attendant reveals she makes thousands selling feet pictures online to men who also lavish her with pricey gifts. And she's now teaching others how to profit from the fetish viral. How to videos. Wow and then she points out that she doesn't show anything but her feet And every now and then armpit on spicy. I know the opportunities are there. I just try and see what happens. funny or an interesting maybe not funny and interesting thing to do on the radio to secretly start and only fans using one of our feet and see if anybody would pick up on it it's ambassadors. Let me go get a like a full on pedicure and professionally painted. And all that i think i on capacity for girl feet the maintained how you heels looking right now. They could probably use a little attention but most of the time. Now it's cool one st Yeah well bring not good enough right now to go on the internet if we started picking up a month off as the do you have here on your feet Little bit little bit. Yeah i'd have to save it. But i could. Do you remember that guy as that used to listen to us. That was so obsessed with his own feet. You remember that he would ask. What do you think about. Guys who wear white flipflops started. He would say you think guys who wear white flip flops or weird. I just like white flip so you think it looks like well i mean. It's not that big a deal but he you know rings those old navy flops. That white He's if i send you a picture of my peak you tell me if If it looks feminine or whatever if it looks weird so like folk do he sent him because he had a french pedicure and the whole thing ends you. Yeah yeah yeah he did and but then every time it will come up. We'd have these conversations. He would end up. He would message us again and it was like he was just trying i some. He was getting off somehow. The fact that we were looking at his feet weird. Because it's so weird because it's not explicitly sexual exactly. There's like you know scheming. And as you know he encouraged he said you know. Let him know that he was touching himself looking at him and i hope it never told that guy that now we'll never stop getting pictures of his see also erotic thing i've ever seen. That's too much for me. All right we gotta take a break the this is this share. Funny podcast. Part of acs tj plus on the act j. app more next with today's high demand for companies to find good people as tj dot. Com has launched a help wanted section and our friends at the von drill corporation. Have immediate openings. Learn more and apply today at as tj dot dotcoms. New help wanted section. You know a spot but not just a spot. The spot actually with the all new nissan frontier. You know a bunch of them one for hitting the true one for catching a wave one where this happened. Dr kent another where the fish get bigger every time you tell the story some spots you made your mind. Mothers march you and one okay. Let's stay away from that one but the key to these great spots being able to reach them in the first place. Your spot is out there. Find your frontier in the all new. Two thousand twenty two nissan frontier with best in class standard three hundred ten horsepower events tack and two hundred eighty one pound foot torque.

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"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on DV Radio

"It only costs at a two hundred thirteen thousand dollars to purchase but my point is that two hundred thirteen thousand dollars could have went to actually helping the city. That's not helping the sino right there asking trouble with these. That's what they're doing they're asking for. Trouble is just like the whole gun control thing with the da and preventing suicide which will talk about in just a moment flail in a as I'm pretty sure it like a lot of yeah at least fifty percent of chicago's police officers could be forced to resign. How many fifty percent. Jesus christ because of the co vaccine crowd i. I can't blame so so like that's insane. So so we're going to force the cops to quit and other first responders to quit at instead. We'll just put this little kit on the wall and hope that you shot near one of these because if you don't dead be dead say by life insurance today. God will trade. Oh man last story of the evening coming of right now. There's a company that wants to put a human sized hologram booth in your living room no over the last several months. We've gotten very used to communicating by video chat soon face on google hangouts and the like Have not only replaced most impersonal business meetings. They've acted as a stand in for gatherings between friends and reunions does a few short years ago. Many of us would have found it. Strange think we'd be spending so much time talking to people face to face while sitting right in our own homes while this company has he answered a fucking hologram machine. I don't understand it. It costs like one hundred thousand dollars so no one will be able to afford it. I thought it was only for dead people because that's how we bring them back to life. this isn't even a hologram. This is a dude standing in front of the camera. And it's a screen that's it. This isn't a hologram. He's fucking losing his god delmonte. If as a fucking hologram that is not. I'm looking at the video. That is not a fucking. I'm watching this. He's he's in front of a white screen. There's a camera mounted and that's it. He's he's on a big fucking screens. Tv that's it. There is no innovative design and technology and engineering in this whatsoever george. Lucas had more engineering with fucking. Cgi in nineteen seventy whatever the fuck. It was when they made the fucking chess table. Then this dude with his little box and a screen on it. The.

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"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"I just wanted to point out so okay so this is a movie about chain. You're saying this is a movie about economic precarity. What is the message of movie. What is it telling us about economic precarity. I think what it tells us. No one in the movie seems to have any sort of safety net except for mike who has his thirteen thousand dollars in a safe but one mistake by this kid that he has to use most of it to stop these people from destroying his house and then his entire savings is gone and he's got up the next day and go again from gig trying to make ends meet. He doesn't really get a paycheck per se but everyone seems to be living basically from paycheck to paycheck with the potentially the exception of the medical assistant sister of the kid. Although i would say she also doesn't seem like she. She seems to have her shipped together. But she doesn't. She's got the knockoff. Furniture living paycheck to paycheck. I'm sure she is. The speech of course comes from dallas from matthew mcconaughey when he basically tells mike that there's no way he can quit. There's no he can leave because like he needs this job and dallas who represents capital in this movie compared to mike you represents labor capital hit holds all. Because that's that's the speech now whether it's true or not is interesting but it's also interesting that dallas is the worker. He is out there on stage gyrating and flashing his muscles as much as any of the rest of them right. That is not a purely extractive. Form of capitalism dallas is performing here. I mean i think that dallas in many ways represents capital looks like a lot of the time in the united states like it doesn't look like the very top where people are just like not working and collecting rents. He wants to see himself that way but he actually still has to hustle and he doesn't actually have much capital at all. It all could fall through tomorrow. He's been waiting forever to be able to get the second strip club in miami and this is like some great triumph. He's able to like just scraped together enough by the way stealing from his workers because he keeps telling people all through the movie. Like you'll get one hundred dollars at the end of the night and then at the end of night comes. Here's the seventy five dollars. I promise you whatever it is. He says and he finally scraped together enough for one more branch of the strip club. Or it's not even one. I think he closes isn't closing down to miami. Yeah staying with one brunch act at this point with some matthew mcconaughey dallas research. Okay so apparently he in the script wasn't supposed to dance at all but matthew mcconaughey insisted on doing a dance in the film which was that amazing good ending scene where he just gives it his all his like sweating and people are going crazy. Second fact about that scene. Is that the extras went. So crazy with matthew mcconaughey as stripping that they ripped his g-string off for real and that's going and so that scene where he's like covering his crotch because his g. string has been ripped off. That is something that wasn't supposed to happen but they just went with it and there you have it back in march. That scene again yes. Slate money is sponsored this week by. At and t. active. Which if you're on your phone all the time which we are all on our phone all the time. You'll know that you need to do basically your entire life on an is. Your calendar is your to do list. It's your work conversations. Is your video calls. The one thing you don't want to be doing is taking a bunch of fraud telephone goals they waste your time thankfully. At and t. Makes customer security a priority helping block those pesky goals. It's not complicated. At and t. Active has twenty four seven proactive network security enthralled cold blocking to help stop threats at no extra charge. 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"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Slate Money

"Gotta keep doing heads at the focus like a big brother. This team you keep that up. You're going to make a lot more than this door. Money again both ways this time equity kid. You say it. So we need to talk about the difference between the of the door and equity. Maybe the mezzanine equity wait. Before i just want to add the banking question. Let's remember that. Magic mike channing. Tatum has a safe in his home. Where keeps his life savings. Thirteen thousand dollars in in the little safe. Not readings account is is a safe with eighteen thousand dollars in lake singles and fives which was like. Okay so maybe he is z. Right you're like. Why are they mentioning a specific number and then later it's like okay. Yes to pay ten thousand dollars to help out the kid the worst actor in the movie and loses his life savings and the the door to the safe is open all empty and stuff. Now we can talk about equity. I just wanted to point so okay so this is a movie about chain. You're saying this is a movie about economic precarity. What is the message of the movie. What is it telling us about economic precarity again. What it tells us. No one in the movie seems to have any sort of safety net except for mike who has his thirteen thousand dollars in a safe but one mistake by this kid that he has to use most of it to stop these people from destroying his house and then his entire savings is gone and he's just got up the next day and go again from gig to gig trying to make ends meet. He doesn't really get a paycheck per se but everyone seems to be living basically from paycheck to paycheck with the potentially the exception of the medical assistant sister of the kid. Although i would say she also doesn't seem like she. She seems to have her ship together but she doesn't. She's got the knockoff furniture. So she probably also living paycheck to paycheck. Is the speech of course comes from dallas from matthew mcconaughey when he basically tells mike that there's no way he can quit. There's no way he can leave because he needs this job and dallas who represents capital in this movie compared to mike you represents labor. The capital here holds all the cards. That's bats the speech. Now whether it's true or not is interesting but it's also interesting that dallas is a worker. He is out there on stage gyrating and flashing his muscles as much as any of the rest of them right. That is not a purely extractive. Form of capitalism dallas is performing here. I mean i think that dallas in many ways represents capital looks like a lot of the time in the united states like it doesn't look like the very top where people are just like not working in collecting rents. He wants to see him south that way but he actually still has to hustle and he doesn't actually have much capital at all. It all could fall through tomorrow. He's been waiting forever to be able to get the second strip club in miami and this is like some great triumph. Here's able to like just scraped together enough by the way stealing from his workers because he keeps telling people all through the movie. Like you'll get one hundred dollars at the end of the night and then at the end of the night comes. Here's the seventy five dollars. I promised you or whatever it is. He says and he finally scraped together enough for one more branch of the strip club. It's not even one. I think he isn't it closing downtown. Moving to miami staying with one brunch and must act at this point with some matthew mcconaughey dallas research. Okay so apparently he in the script wasn't supposed to dance at all but matthew mcconaughey insisted on doing a dance in the film which was that amazing. Good anding scene where he just gives it his all like sweating and people are going crazy. Second fact about that scene. Is that the extras went. So crazy with matthew mcconaughey as stripping that they ripped his g-string off for real going. And so that seymour. He's like covering his crotch because his g. string has been ripped off. That is something that wasn't supposed to happen but they just went with it and there you have it off back in march that scene again yes sleep. Money is sponsored this week by. At and t. active on which. If you're.

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"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Ultra hd. Not everybody totally understands the differences and sometimes there's not really much of a difference depending on which company you're talking about so patrick being the audio file that you are what exactly are we talking about what we hear about lossless music offerings and perhaps more importantly does everybody have the gear that they need to make all of this madder. Oh boy i i. Would i self identifies an audio geek Because a lot of people he well a lot of people here audio file or or if you go into like you know The audio file section of or something you get a lot of people that are very very urban their opinions of what actually makes the audio experience. Yes yeah it's unplugged. Busiest yes chichester. Well i somebody okay. So put this into perspective. I had somebody. I was at a trade show and this guy was like. Oh you you're on the internet. And i'm like okay. I know where this conversation's going You know we've got some great setups for people that are and we start talking and mike. So what's your entry level system. Because he's you know realizes i live in california and i'm on the youtube and i'm just like oh dear and he you know they're affordable entry level system. The thing that you know people under thirty are gonna love because it's like this miracle in the audio file. Industry is getting people under thirty to buy stuff. Because most of those people don't know about this massive headphone community. It was thirteen thousand dollars without speakers. And i remember how you just have no idea who you're selling or trying to sell to and the amount of money they don't have so here's the thing right A lot of stuff audiophiles say just just politely ignore it if they're mentioning things that cost thousands of dollars in cost staggering amounts of money. We're talking about lossless. That's everything that was on a cd file. I think of the original cd audio but you know it's smaller a flat file You know there's a couple of other formats out there when talking about loss year. Compressed audio that's what most of us have been listening to you for approximately forever M b three. Aa see ogbah orbis used by spotify for their streaming. Last time i checked. And there's there's there's differences in bali on year compressed audio for me spotify premium is already fantastic deal because it sounds so much better than and the free version of spotify right because you go from one hundred sixty kilobits per second to a much higher bit rate of like three hundred twenty kilobits per second. Premium is a huge upgrade quality over the standard version of spotify now when people talk about hi rez audio. Cd audio is sixteen. Bit or four point. One kilohertz right. That's redbook audio tyrez audio's anything with higher sampling frequency or bit depths in that so you see like ninety six kilohertz or one hundred ninety two kilohertz at twenty four bit for example those can be sold or distributed his wave a flak a lack files so that started to pick up speed amongst audio geeks are audio files may be like ten years ago. I want to say eight years ago Maybe not quite that long ago. But i'm getting older just like tom. And the brain it says But in the last couple of years it had become a big deal with title and choas and some other platforms viewing that are giving the opportunity to stream or purchase res audio So one of the things i mentioned. It's really funny like amazon. They do amazon Does loss a seat tracks. They call them. Hd and Their version of high-rise tracks called ultra hd point that out because it's really weird They have a pretty good catalogue. Which is kinda tempting. But like you know they're ultra hd is basically what everybody else calls tyrez audio. It's like twenty four bit from forty four point one killed actually. Just call it something different for whatever reason. Yeah okay. I find it annoying. That they make their lossless audio sound like it's something fancier and here's the thing a lot of people talk about you know i i i'm i'm saying cruel things about audio files and certainly i have often self identified as one. But you know i've i've literally wanted to people the straight face that are like you know you can't really think about spending anything three hundred dollars for your for your speaker cable and i'm like you know in you. Can you can find you can test speaker cables in and you can test them with very sophisticated instrumentation vastly more accurate than the human ear. And you'll find like a little tiny one db increase in a in a little part of the frequencies depending on how the amplifier and the cable and the speaker interact right. So that's part of the reason. Why so just quietly ignore the audio files. They're nice people but they're little insane sometimes myself included But what is out there when you start. Getting into sort of scientific testing blinds casting when things are level match. Because if you here to. If i if i play you tracks and one of them's a little louder than the other. You're going to be like the louder. Track is so much better because of the way our brains work and the reality is is most people can't actually tell the difference between an mp three iran warriors file somewhere around two hundred fifty six kilobits per second which is what most of the platforms are offering is lost as better yet. Why by lossless tracks. Almost all the time whereby cds and rip them but you don't need to obsess too much over this and you don't need to You don't need to freak out. If someone tells you you need to spend thousands of dollars just say no. Thank you and i'm going to use my sony. Whatever you have now So if you want good audio but you're not you're not trying to be. You know the the person who appears to know all you want the best experience. Sounds like spotify premiums fine. If you want to step going lossless later yeah and if you wanna step up gopher hi rez or what amazon calls hd and anything. That's two hundred and fifty. Six is probably the probably fine above that once you get likely not to notice. Yeah i mean the truth is is a lot of people aren't going to notice the difference between spotify premium and spotify when they go lossless If you want to experiment with lossless audio a coz my favorite title is what. A lot of people love Amazon hd is pretty good. Either player i think has some issues That i'm still trying to sort out through testing at this end but you know hi rez. If you want to buy iras files. I'm not gonna stop you. I think more often than not if a high resolution file sound difference you may find out it actually came from different master or source or modified master compared to what you would get off the And that's worth high-rises still better than mp. Three you're sending it should be. I think i think the reality is is if you have the same track from the same source. Most people are not going to hear difference between a.

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"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Hd. Not everybody totally understands the differences and sometimes there's not really much of a difference depending on which company you're talking about so patrick being the audio file that you are what exactly are we talking about what we hear about lossless music offerings and perhaps more importantly does everybody have the gear that they need to make all of this madder. Oh boy i i. Would i self identifies an audio geek. A because a lot of people he well a lot of people here audio file or or if you go into like you know The audio file section of or something you get a lot of people that are very very urban their opinions of what actually makes the audio experience. Yes yeah it's unplugged busiest. Yes chits lately. Well i somebody okay. So put this into perspective. I had somebody. I was at a trade show and this guy was like. Oh you you're on the internet. And i'm like okay. I know where this conversation's going You know we've got some great setups for people that are and we start talking and mike. So what's your entry level system. Because he's you know he realizes. I live in california and i'm on the youtube and i'm just like oh dear and he you know they're affordable entry level system. The thing that you know people under thirty are gonna love because it's like this miracle in the audio file. Industry is getting people under thirty to buy stuff. Because most of those people don't know about this massive headphone community. It was thirteen thousand dollars without speakers. And i remember peon. Wow you just have no idea who you're selling to or trying to sell to and the amount of money they don't have so here's the thing right A lot of stuff audiophiles say just just politely ignore it if they're mentioning things that cost thousands of dollars in cost staggering amounts of money. We're talking about lossless. That's everything that was on a cd file. I think of the original cd audio But you know it's smaller a flat file You know there's a couple of other formats out there when talking about loss year. Compressed audio that's what most of us have been listening to you for approximately forever M b three. Aa see orbis used by spotify for their streaming. Last time i checked. And there's there's there's differences in bali on loss. Compressed audio for me spotify premium is already fantastic deal because it sounds so much better than and the free version of spotify right because you go from one hundred sixty kilobits per second to a much higher bit rate of like three hundred twenty kilobits per second. Premium is a huge upgrade quality over the standard version of spotify now when people talk about hi rez audio. Cd audio is sixteen. Bit or four point. One kilohertz right. That's redbook audio.

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"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"I mean that's a good honda toyota nissan. You can get you can get a good quality. Car now. May not be a truck But it's a good reliable car. Then the thirteen thousand dollars. I want you to sit down with your fiance and i really want to have a conversation. Okay in this is something that i'm not a relationship expert right but i am single and i look forward to having this conversation with my fiance whenever got allows me and blesses me to find the love of my life. I would ask what what what our goals. Where do we see ourselves next. Ten fifteen years as a couple okay. What are we want. Do we want to homeowners Do we want to be traveled around the world. Do we want kids and then we can. We can really identify vision than let's work backwards and then that should be able to answer one question. How much money do we really want to put into a wedding. Do we really want to fifteen thousand dollars. Twenty thousand dollars on a wedding right now you know. Would we rather just put maybe five grand into a good wedding and take this other money and put it towards our debt so we can move to wars our goals now. I'm not knocking people who wanna spend a lot of money on their wedding. I do not. But i do want to make sure that i gave the information. Mcclellan helped set you up to make the right decision moving forward make sense yes so i would definitely say your car. I would Definitely Going ahead how the conversation wife start saying okay. What's the budget for the wedding. Okay and then from there to move forward. But i'm super excited. Do you have a date for y'all gonna get married. Yes i mean that's kinda over Plan was to do it. September of next year In the back of our head. We're also like okay. Well we could spend on the way and we can also spend on a down payment for a home and later on if we're well off financially then we can have the wedding that we've always wanted Why wait so we were out for that. Why are you waiting so long. That's that's another year change. That's a long engagement brother wedding waivers expensive that we just wanted to save up and not going with the wedding as well. You know when he doesn't have to be expensive you you like her. You got curse deduced thing said way you know. As a matter of fact. I tied tate as much. Okay hang up the phone. Call your girlfriend okay to her. Call back into the show. Tell her to tell kelly than anthony told me to call the ramsey show. Because he wanna talk to me about wedding the how much we should pay for the thing america. You know we do not have to spend a lot of money on getting married. No we don't have to do it. Who cares if america says we spent twenty grand fifteen grand eight america pay affordable okay. So here's the thing you set the budget and you get creative with that budget. That's the bottom line. So tell your fiance the give me a call triple eight eight five five two two five tell her. Hey tell tell. Kelly the anthony told me call and she no she already know but all jokes aside. Miguel went to stay on the line. Kelly's going to pick up and because you're getting married. I really wanna help set this young couple up twenty five years old good head on your shoulder I'm gonna give you a free year to ramsey plus I want you and your fiance to walk through that together. Okay to gather not so low but together and seriously if your Fiancee was a call in and talk to me about wedding advice. I would love to give her some suggestions on how she can get created for the budget. You know but it is so funny. You guys that every time i'm gonna show with dave or even on my show The table with anthony o neil. It's so funny. How this younger generation we just if we gotta spend a whole bunch of money on a wedding and you don't have to okay now if you want to and you have the means to do it. You have the financial resources to do it. Cool great but if you're if you're in debt if you barely have a job no man my sister. She didn't spend ten k. You know when she got married she didn't spend ten thousand dollars and she had a beautiful wedding and a backyard of a beautiful big old big old house. It was like imagine it was almost like fifteen thousand square feet and we just rented the backyard chopped. A few thousand dollars over there and most expensive part is the food. Not this is why. I think it'd be single for a long time. Because i spent a lot of money for the food you know. I have this problem. Kelly in america. Probably ain't with me when i say this but it is what it is. Okay why do i gotta pay for. Y'all come celebrate me getting married. Why got to feed you to come celebrate. Megan married c. Kelly talking all we'll look at it to see a woman. I will look over here because we got a debt free scream coming up next on the next segment. But i don't understand that. I gotta spend fifteen thousand dollars so you can eat at my.

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"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Wanna get that once again go to hellofresh dot com slash oei twelve and use the code. Oh eight twelve for twelve. Free meals including free shipping hellofresh. America's number one meal kit so let's assume to take take all of them. We're gonna talk about like math in a minute but this person could still wind up a long-term loser and it would not take that long for that to happen right Monthly insurance share fees five hundred thirty dollars. That is six thousand dollars a year again. Run a calculator to see at which point six thousand dollars. A year would produce one hundred thousand dollars in wealth that doesn't take agai- takes a decade. But if you stick around and pay another decades worth the premiums and never dry any more benefits than you still. You may still wind up behind. I would say this might be your weakest argument andrew because the whole business of health insurance by definition would have to be this way otherwise it wouldn't be a business on average anyone contributing on average has to be contributing more than they're getting paid out otherwise it wouldn't be a bazillion dollar business. It just has to be so. I think it's more a matter of degree than merely the simple fact that like all right end up losing out in the long term so i agree with that and there's a similar objection that catherine actually made that i that i want to get to dinner. I want to compare it to investing the premiums. Only that you understand the the dollar value of the contributions coming in and going out because the spirit that animated this response and a half dozen like this that we got was you say it's a scam but quote. I'm ahead financially right yet. And so how do we figure out if you're ahead financial right and like the fact that they're massive problems with our healthcare industry at like you know you're a listener. You already know where we are on that right like that. What i'm trying to respond to is the argument of. Hey i did. This and i came out ahead. And the two responses are one individuals coming out ahead are like individuals beating the dealer and number two. Let's carefully calibrate what you're thinking of in terms of coming out ahead. So for example. We add another relatively unambiguous winner. Was that one. Random canon lawyer guy on the facebook group. That's how he wanted to be identified. Who was in for two years. His wife had two pregnancies. They paid five hundred dollars a month in fake premiums and they cashed out with twenty thousand dollars and benefit. Okay look if you can you get in for. Get some children. Then yeah you you might show up as a winner in this. But i contrast that with another face bookstore where the person was absolutely certain they had come out ahead and again. Remember it like look. This is a bad thing. The cost of an the average cost of an uncovered pregnancy is between five and ten thousand dollars right the medical expenses associated with an uncovered pregnancy. And that is an un discounted number remember. We talked about an episode for ninety seven. It is a condition of the healthcare sharing ministry. That you have to beg down your bill or they will begged down for you if they're in network right so i want describes him again. Don't take legal advice for a podcast. I'm not saying this. Good that the underlying social conditions of this way if you're uninsured and you get a seven thousand dollar pregnancy bill without an h. Csm you can probably beg that down. Get them to write off a portion of and get on a payment plan with the hospital. I will tell you. My wife did that at a time. Prior to when we were not buried and she was uninsured and she had a big hospital. Bill went to the emergency room and paid off in twenty five dollars a month installments while i was in law school until we got to the point where the hospital wrote off the balance of the bill So this is a thing that people do end. it is key. It is a cornerstone part of the h. Csm business right negotiate down the bill again. I i don't really see the problem there. But what i'm saying is if you are comparing the benefit to say seven thousand dollar pregnancy. I had a five hundred dollar deductible. So i got sixty five hundred dollars worth of benefits you did you probably got more like twenty five hundred dollars worth of benefits because you would have had to have done the same begging to bring the bill down without the hcf okay and that reduces the overall sort of value so you know we. We had a person right in and say yeah this is. I'm i'm doing great You know my premiums are a month. So that's that's ten thousand dollars a year and his wife had two pregnancies. There's a different person from dot. Louis came random canon lawyer got a third person and he defined his wife as having taken thirteen thousand dollars in benefits to seven thousand dollar pregnancies for five hundred dollars each. Well you take him at his word. If he's been a member of the ministry for more than sixteen months he's lost out the but again right. If you bring that to net present value is probably still not right. Probably the first one probably within that first year is still not sufficient. Because i will say to you this way again. Don't take legal medical bill paying advice from podcast if seven thousand dollars an unpaid pregnancy and you can afford to pay the hospital. Five hundred dollars a month. They will absolutely discount though and you will pay it off again. Not saying you have to i. I really don't see the strength of this because it sounds like you're arguing against any insurance when that same thing applied to any insurance company. Well no for multiple reasons. The biggest reasons are that the insurance companies have to provide all of the benefits that are specifically excluded. Here right so we're just talking about what people back. Which is what. I'm trying to say like. It's not.

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"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe

Bytemarks Cafe

09:24 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe

"Welcome back to bite marks cafe right here on public radio. i'm happy to welcome sylvia man. She's a supervisor. In the genome section over at the department of health and stacey aldridge head librarian over at the state public libraries and of course christina higa. Who's the co director over at. The pacific basin telehealth resource center. I got that right but this time and of course. We're they're here to share some of the insights into a unique collaboration where telehealth service can be offered from the library. So i'm very interested in hearing about that. And i want to welcome you. All to bite marks cafe. Thank you for having great to have you all on. And i know you folks have a wealth of information to share. And maybe maybe what. I'll do since this is a you know an interesting project because the idea of of tele hells you know. We've we've covered telehealth on various shows and of course we've had stacy come on and talk about all different things happening at the library but we've never really talked about the both both telehealth and a library somehow intersecting so i do wanna hear the genesis of that that the intersection and maybe i'll start with sylvia and sylvia. How did how did that intersection. Really start to take shape. I mean was it a aha moment some some time during this pandemic or how did how did you start to really think about you. Know the intersection between telehealth and the libraries so When the pandemic started. I got recruited into helping christina because in my program me had been working on increasing the use of telehealth for genetic services for many many years and So we had a lot of expertise in the subject and we had a lot of different areas in hawaii. Of course that need to get up and running until a house very quickly. And so i worked with christina on getting providers up until a health creating family resources so families could understand how to use telehealth because previous to the. We really weren't concentrating on families getting the services in their home. We were concentrating on families going to some clinic on the neighbor islands where someone set it up for them and they just do the telehealth and so that was a challenge. Then we started thinking about all. The people who didn't have access didn't have access to connection didn't have access to devices didn't have the knowledge on how to set up a telehealth appointment for themselves and we were trying to think of what kind of public area would we be able to use. And of course then. One day it dawned on me and christina says. I sent her an email at two. Am libraries libraries public places. They can use and So that's how the idea was born but we really didn't get to connect with stacy until we started working on a in the broadband who he was you and being connected to all these different people on the state and then i really got personally connected to stacey when we started the digital equity activities and i volunteered to help on that worker that they see leads and got to know her. And that's how all the pieces kind of came together for the idea and stacey was very supportive. We said you know what we really libraries. Be the place because people access library and she said yes they do. That's a great story. And i'm glad you got to tell the in the way that you just did. No i did q. Into one word that you use on how you got involved which was recruited and and of course christina is professional at recruiting people also christina. How did that. How did that happen. I mean did you there sylvia. She's working away toiling away at her job in in genomics. You're thinking oh man. I gotta get her. You know. I gotta get her working on this because christina. I know that you know of course you. You've been a champion for telehealth for for good good number of years and has have always thought about ways of extending the network into the community but How did you kind of twist sylvia's arm to get involved with this. We have no actually The reality is that have been involved in telehealth promptly. I would say in state is probably one of those forefront people who've been doing telehealth before anybody else so And i've been working in trying to telehealth before the ten years so when the pandemic kit it was unnatural connection and you know we were working day and night weekend just to get information out. Information was changing daily and Yeah we were just a really good partnership. I still part of my mission as a pacific basin and telehealth resource center to events telehealth. That's what we do. But i was so thankful to have someone so visionary like like sylvia as knowledgeable tell because this part of her telling genetics she also actually runs the national working groups As well so she has a lot of different rosenthal health Just just lucky and then the fact that There was this really difficult problem to solve right getting taxes as well as training and stacy came into the picture and she's another amazing Visionary person that really stood up to the challenge and added so much project. No and you know i do want to get to stacey. 'cause you're absolutely right. She is one of our key visionary resources here in the state of away but before we go to stacey i wanna i wanna get the inside scoop on on sylvia and sylvia. What is tele- tele-. Genetics what tell me what. What exactly is that. Talented medic is basically getting genetic services using telehealth and the reason why we are so invested in it I we were invested in hawaii because our neighbor island families We do outreach. But only we do one neighbor island and so sometimes it can take a long time to get genetic services. We don't have many genetics people in the country or in in our state and so we had tried telehealth in way back in two thousand and three Use a very expensive polycom equipment. That was thirteen thousand dollars. Unit stena's group was trying to help us connect through the satellites that senator annoy had gotten united when it was retired. It was it was a disaster Told him it didn't matter that our connection with drop all the time. The families were just so grateful to get the specialty services without having to fly to honolulu that they kept raiding. Even that terrible service really really good that they were soon satisfied but we had to put things on hold because it just was not the quality we wanted and then we restarted again about a decade later when we started being able to use things like zooms your own. Desktop your webcam. That's thirty five dollars things like that. Which made it affordable so we set up a quick on each of the islands district health office and we started doing genetics to the neighbor island families and it was very helpful because twenty percent of the families that we saw using telehealth told us that they would not have sought genetic services for their child if they had to come to. Honolulu won't go to even or in-person neighbor island clinic because sometimes it's really hard If we schedule one clinic and it's only that one clinic every six months they can't take off time off work and things like that then. What happened is I'm also project director. Flam the federally funded regional genetics network. So i covered the entire western states. So it's alaska washington idaho oregon california hawaii and guam and our state partners. Said you know to improve access to genetic services. We really need to invest and telehealth and so that's one of the other reasons why we're so invested in telehealth and telehealth training genetics providers because that was the only way that we could get.

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"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Join him for conversations at the table and you guys. Are you taking calls from people at the table night yet. No sir not doing this. So it's just a discussion. Every time i should know that i listened to it but i just just occurred to me. Why don't you take off so if you wanna talk to anthony now. Here's your chance. Then so the phone number is triple eight. Eight to five five two two five. Ao is in the house. Triple eight eight to five five two. Two five tori is in cleveland. Ohio starting off this hour. Tory how are you. How are you better than i deserve. What's up So i am kind of in a pickle what to do. I've been listening to you for a little bit now. And i've worked really hard. The last like two months to just get that pay down originally was living what someone apartment and i ended up moving back home and fortunately vent however They're really like toxically living. And so i'm like to get out and i just don't know what to do because of like i have every dollar acting like when i look through it very much so that i either lived like pennies on the dollar is already over so i don't know how to go about this tour. Why do you say as toxic. I'm curious Like i mean it is meant as far as like messing with my mental health and so like it makes things almost worse. Because i'm like. I'm like i just hate it like it's like every day like i'm one of five kids and the three in her kentucky disabilities And so in my parents Just you know definitely struggled to to handle it. And it's a mixture of disabilities of of mental and behavioral issues so even creating sample. Like if i'm sleeping. And i need to wake up at like eater. Cocker's that's what time i wanna wake up. I'll probably wake up around seven to my father's screaming at the kids. And that's just like i mean fairly even tiptoe dive until like like what how. How old are you twenty thirty. And i think i heard you say you. Don't make enough to live on your own. I feel like i don't make enough. It's not a feeling. It's it's a math thing. I might be Pay thirty five thousand dollars a year. I make a little bit of mission each month on a conservative and my monthly income is right around two hundred or two thousand two hundred dollars. You're gonna live on your own. You sure do. I don't know what all you're trying to put in the everydollar app. All you're trying to finance or have you got a bunch of debt and thirty three dollars in debt as a mixture of in ottawa. thirteen thousand dollars. That is under someone someone else's name. But i'm a cosigner and i've been trying to figure that out for a while and i just pretty much the gentleman's not letting me do anything with it. Then i have a personal my personal loan like mine. Are you driving or is he. I'm driving the car. Okay so you need to treat it like at your car loan and get paid off and get your car right. Yeah i've been doing some. I've been doing that very much. So yes good And then i fifteen thousand dollars in student loans. And i just went from six thousand dollars in credit card debt to two thousand. And what do you do have them. Okay forty hours. I actually like. I'm actually have is right now. Works forty hours forty hours. Yes and i've been looking at a per ten job. Okay yeah you need one you do or two or three styled looking anything else to do yeah you have any kids story. Okay all right so yeah you do need to get out and you might just need to get a good roommate and find out you. Find yourself in an apartment situation. That's very very affordable. No you can't afford something super expensive. You don't make a lot of money but if you re if your rent was five six hundred bucks year part Which is very doable in cleveland. ohio If you had a roommate for sure you can do this. or find just a little studio somewhere you know garage apartment outback of some old lady's house type of a thing It doesn't need to be anything. Fancy it just needs to be quiet and yours. Yeah yeah my My monthly payment on my is four hundred dollars a month and it'll be paid off in less than three years. Your car is going to be paid off a lot faster than that. Because you're going to get six jobs and you're gonna pay off all of this really fast. I want you to double your income. Yeah but all you're gonna be doing working for a little while because right now. Here's what you here's what you got okay. You you don't make enough money to not be miserable with the debt and the living situation so the way to fix the debt and living situation is more money to fix both of them. Does that make sense if you fixed both of those if you had no debt and you could make a budget that that you could in a decent apartment You have a really good life right now. Twenty three years old. And you'd be on your way choosing your career. You wanted to do and all that kind of thing right. Yeah yeah yeah. So i want you to get like six jobs. I want you to be a nanny. I want you to be dog sitting. I want you to be. I don't care whatever it is you like to do. But let's go make some money absolutely. I mean you can make two thousand dollars a month. Just you know delivering pizzas on the we five days a week at night. Yeah yeah and tori depending on what your education is. I wanted to go to tutor. Dot com start tutoring some kids. They're paying right around seventy five to one hundred and fifty dollars an hour depending on what.

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"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"When you dr fauci this morning laura. Those are the same words. The exact same excuses exact same theories that the chinese communist party has presenting for over a year. Now we can all draw our own conclusions. I know this week group inside the state department. Miles you a handful of others working diligently to get this information out to the american people so the world could see with. The chinese communist party had done to all of us wild. Mike pompeo telling the world that little fouts she. The fastest was using the same talking points as the c. P the communist party of china. Why is that anthony. Why did you write to your colleagues that you don't have time to read the emails. You don't have time to read the articles talking about the new on the eve. Lucia nri adaptation of the corona virus. You're just too. I guess. I guess counting counting the four hundred thirteen thousand dollars. That you get paid by us just keeps too busy anthony. I think i think he's in trouble. How much. I don't know joe biden wants to tell you about covid. But he's a bit confused. Cut five summit up look. Covid cases are down. kobe. Deaths are up. I i was never really good at math. Can you do that one more time. Just i'm just going to really pay attention this time. We didn't talk to this. Play cup to it up. Look covid cases are down. Covid deaths are up. I'm not gonna comment biden if you want. However a full exploration of the deep deep corruption that is the biden crime cartel his whole family. You've got to tune in this sunday to my exclusive hour long show on newsmax. The golca reality check starting seven. Pm eastern with a repeat at ten. We're going to go deep dive on everything you need to know about the corruption and also the vulnerability of this man. Now that he bears the title of president of the united states..

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"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

"Those things we did. In later years arrest was very interested in baseball and pursued pitching and that he was a good batter in in very good pitcher. Yep now when you look back on it. Did you get any hints did you. Did you notice anything. Because russia's talked before about when he started to call games right at on using the tv turning the sound down on the tv and calling a baseball game or the the the carville troy. Where did you was that like. Khan were you conscious that something was going on there or was it just kind of. He's you know well. He was We lived on sunset. Four twelve sunset in cape girardeau missouri. And i specifically remember that toy at that address and it would you could broadcast on the. Am radio waves within the confines of your home in so my mom and i would listen to rush broadcast either as a dj spinning records and and giving his little commentary as he went or announcing a baseball games as he watched it on tv and turning down dizzy dean or Whoever the the baseball announcer was at the time. So yes and. I think your question is did. We recognize his talent at that time. When we were just really young we probably recognize most his enthusiasm for his devotion to it but when we moved over to the other house and he was fifteen he went to dallas to take to get his radio license. I don't know the technical term those see license. Yes and then he then. He became a radio disc jockey on the local station. He was really really talented especially for his age and people started noticing how gifted he was. We we did some tapes. Kind of mehta an audio movie and they. It was just totally creative and hilarious and rash. Rescue do voices. He was a mimic. He was an impression at the first moment. That trump does anything that is the unraveling of obama obama's gonna be on tv glittered exclusive trump trump's about destroy obamacare sometimes stage like. There's i wish i weren't married. Did i say what i really think. I don't mean that negatively. I'm happy wink wink. Not so what does my voice sound. Like you sound. Like stephen hawking or something like a union plug. That's really chipped off me. And if i don't say the right thing here i might be some trouble. Exactly right A no the the people think he'd 'cause the ways and people think people are brilliant because the way they speak they say A lot because that's how you make people think thinking when you're talking an So yeah. I weren't married to her call as you know in episode we've been sharing the biographical journey of russia's life chapter by chapter narrated by some of russia's colleagues and closest friends today. Well this guy needs no introduction longtime listening to rush knew him as f. lee levin today. He's a huge da. In his own right radio broadcaster mark levin the life of rush limbaugh chapter four narrated by mark levin despite being fired from his first three jobs in radio jeff christie aka rush. Limbaugh didn't stay down for long worked aggressively to return to the airwaves. And by one thousand. Nine hundred seventy five landed the afternoon. Show a top forty k. u. d. l. and kansas city. Rushes time at ku dl was short-lived barely. Two years before he was let go the first time in his life russia had become disenchanted with radio after serious thought. He chose to temporarily walk away from his dreams of a successful radio. Career in nineteen seventy-nine rush set a new career course major league baseball. I remember my father. When i when i quit. Radio was the happiest ever was my quit. Radio h twenty eight. Because i figured it burned out that was playing records on what is in mean i mean. Where's that going to take you on. I got that job with the kansas city royals making thirteen thousand dollars. He was happier than he had ever been. Russia's four years with the royals were successful and led to a lifelong friendship with hall of famer. George brett after baseball rush returned to radio. Nineteen eighty-three as the afternoon. News and sports anchor at kabc candidacy radio first time in. His career used his given name on the airwaves. Rush limbaugh but even boasted to his general manager quote so lamb matter of time before you're going to fire me. Russia's prediction became as reality after less than a year at camp easy he was out by nineteen eighty-four rush replaced morton downey junior and mid days on kfi in sacramento haffey k. Was a perfect fit for rush. He was soon dominating the market and his time sly finally got to do a radio. Show the way. I wanted to do it. The things that i cared about the things. I thought people would listen to and it was basically just sharing my passions. I love sharing my passions. I come up with things or passion. I want everybody to know about experience. I want everybody to agree. And it finally all came together for me in sacramento california after three years of ratings success in sacramento rush left. Kfi k. To become part of ed mclaughlin slowly formed e. f. m. media network still his departure from kfc k. Was bitter sweet. I'm just a guy on the radio when i started this thirty years ago. I never envisioned any of this happening. What i wanted to become was the best radio guy in the country. I had this great opportunity. I could be me. I could be honest. I could talk about whatever i wanted to talk about and there was. Nobody did tell me and i have folks. I have to tell you. It is the greatest blessing that i've ever had to have the opportunity i do. Each and every day born from the tragedy of nine eleven. 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"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

"First class cuisine dining location at the resort at the hotel aboard the star cruiser zor so many so many different things that we have yet to discover about this no doubt take an excursion out to galaxy's edge know sharpy now i don't know i don't know if it's going to be themed or because who's going to want to sit in there for two days you know what i'm all. They're like they're going to keep you busy. There's going to be themed entertainment. I mean it's our show this Exactly yeah this is essentially like disney cruise line on land. Yes yes that. That's kind of how on thinking of it is because there will be. I think there'll be shows they'll be entertainment. There'll be like little missions and adventures and all sorts of stop. That's how i envision it. But then i was thinking like so. You definitely want to plan at differently were you. You don't have a park day. Maybe you know what i mean. If there's i mean essentially that is your park day would probably to go in to galaxies. Ads just Yeah bring that whole experience alive but yeah okay. All right yeah. I'm excited the price point rumors from years ago. Where were expensive. But they weren't as crazy as i had thought. So we'll see you know so. Many things have changed since then pricing. It's rumored that a two nine three nine three two nine. Three stay will be around thirty three hundred dollars per person. So if you think about A cabin of five passengers. We're looking at about a seven thousand two hundred dollar. Stay well three hundred per person. That's quite an line well. It's even exceeding adventures by disney pricing. So that's like twelve thirteen thousand dollars for family for is that right cabin with five passengers would be seventy two hundred. Roughly so how much is a person the seventy two hundred for five rats. Roughly four hundred eighty dollars per person per day is the rumored price price range. Currently is all right so so so just generally thanks for fifty to five hundred per person per day. And that's what that's what you're going to be spending to nothing for three days day counted as a three day. So it's fifteen hundred dollars per person for the the thing correct okay. I thought it was thirty. Five hundred. okay so fifteen. Hundred per person. Okay so that is in line with price. Yeah so fifteen hundred. Emily of four six grand still pricey for a short true. Yeah but you're still. You have no idea what they're going to include so the bears that you can't even speculate so so and it's it's is very small when i remember like sixty some odd rooms or something. I want a long time ago. So i think it was under seventy rooms so yeah so. It's very highly sought after very small spaceship. It's looking like about sixty four rooms. Total yeah so yeah. It's tiny so those get. There's going to be huge demand for that so we'll have to see maybe we'll go without the kidde. So here's the question. Yeah if you're if you're a die hard star wars fan. Is this a one and done or is this whole experience thing. I think for some. It's going to be a multiple experience thing because you have those that are going to want to catch the details. You know that they missed the first time because it's like watching a movie details and especially if it's live all around you and if they give you different roles to play. I don't think it's a one and done for everyone. It definitely will be for some though it depends like how many times did i see. Cirque du soleil but When it was dizzy but also like pandora flight. A passage like you do it and then you take your friend like you know if you can afford to do this because you just watching. Someone's a experience it for the experiencing it for the first time as is awesome. It's like bringing someone on rise of the resistance. Oh i haven't been on that say. So that's you'll you'll get that. I'll get to bring you get the room resistance. Is i remember taking people on on a flight. A passage for the first time during the media event. And you're like have you been on this yet and they're like no and you're like oh my god you're gonna love it. It's so awesome. Awful noah so good so hopefully it actually is going to be just under a hundred rooms. It's tiny when i remember seeing blueprints. Here's a years ago It's very small. So yeah i mean but at that price point would i do it twice. Probably not for me no matter how. Good it as. It's just too expensive and you know and then you're like oh here's the part where this blows up. So i don't know i'm just guessing so now you ruined it for me know. I know it blows up and blows up the certain thing. Don't push the red button. Don't pull the rope that says. Don't pull the rope anyway. all right. who's next lisa So that was officially star cruiser. So you're next. The stars are oh valets coming back. You a car. You're going to disney. you don't want to self park. Draw those valet girls. Yeah for all those value on. Here's the here's the right. He used to be. This is so ridiculous. Nobody nobody remembers the eighties and nineties anymore. Totally yeah so. I used to work at the grand floridian valet and back. In the day you could park you could sell park or valet. And they were both free. You can valet. It would be like do you wanna valet and then like no. You're like it's free and they're like okay so so yeah it was free. You know how much it is now. I can't even imagine that this is thirty. Two thirty two thirty three dollars thirty three dollars. It went from free thirty three dollars. A gotta do something somewhere already three bucks now. If you've if you've got a handicapped sticker. Whatever i believe they. They still park them for free. Courtesy was their policy. Pre covid. helpfully that yes. So that's so. That's the same So yes valley's coming back. We don't have a date yet is just as as more resorts are opening In the coming months it will. It'll that service will definitely be coming back so Yeah thirty three a day. If you wanna valley park at the resorts that have it Then you can do that. Wow thirty three bucks a night or gosh. Actually it is by night. I don i don't even out of my price range but anyway all right. Who's next maybe. Maybe you need to go back. Yeah we'll you start working again as a valley you'll get the thirty three bucks though now. So maybe you can try your hand as it was tough because it was free and then still you wouldn't get a tip or you get like a buck when you brought it around and it was free so when you're paying thirty three dollars and the guy runs all the way out there in the rain and gets card brings it back. It's even harder to tip that much would you I would tip at least by box. But see i mean you would get a couple of bucks five bucks sometimes.

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"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

Five four two and the Blue

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

"Then they found two hundred seventy four dollars continuing to force. Mr led ford to point out more. They found two thousand dollars in some shoes. Another three thousand five hundred dollars hidden also on the property. A search bank records also showed that. Mr leopard had about seven thousand dollars at the bank at the time. This is a total of thirteen thousand dollars or approximately. If you converted into twenty twenty one dollars a two hundred forty two thousand three hundred fifteen dollars totally net worth quite a bit of money even by today's standards the two cousins admitted to the sheriff and his investigators how it all went down that preceding friday. They made their plans to rob. Mr bradford the to deduct boys arrived led forbes cabinet around seven thirty in the morning that sunday they had arrived early and watch mr latte vernon is in his usual morning routine when lead. I went out to milk. the cows. The too young then broke a window on the opposite side of the house from the bar in climb through their plan to ambush the old man when he came into the house and force him to tell them where he had stashed his money. when lead. i returned the two. Young men overpowered him tied and gagged him and handled the sixty four year. Old man around the cabin making point out his money stashes when done they put him in the kitchen knocking him unconscious with pieces of the firewood. Both of the cousins maintained throughout their confession that they did not attempt to kill mr leopard. The also admitted to robbing another house about a week prior to the murder taking cash in pocket. Watch sheriff charge at two cousins with first degree murder nasa county. Grand jury concurred in a trial in superior court was set up too much later when court started the first thing. That offense council made requests for separate trials for the two young men This was denied by the court. Defense also challenged the jury on the grounds that no women were summit as jurors and that the juror pool was drawn from only ten of madison. County sixteen townships. I guess you gotta go for what what you have available..

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"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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The Biden Relief Bill: Who Gets What

The Indicator from Planet Money

06:18 min | 2 years ago

The Biden Relief Bill: Who Gets What

"Okay. Who is getting. What in the biden. Bill perio first up is what most adults in. The country are going to get a one time payment of up to fourteen hundred dollars. This is the single biggest part of the bill. And here's where the bill stands. Now if you made less than seventy five thousand dollars either last year or the year before you will get the full amount fourteen hundred bucks beyond that if you made between five thousand and eighty thousand dollars you get a smaller amount and if you made more than eighty thousand dollars you will not get one of these checks for married couples who file their taxes together. The cutoff for getting a check is a combined. Income of one hundred and sixty thousand dollars in these checks are both the biggest and the most universal part of the bill. The exact amount of money that your household will get does depend on a few things in addition to your income. Like whether you have kids or other dependents but even so roughly eighty to ninety percent of all households in the us are gonna get checks for some amount of money and the hope is that people will spend that money to help boost the economy so next step people who are getting money in the stimulus bill. The unemployed four hundred dollars per week on top of what they would normally get from their state in unemployment benefits when there isn't a pandemic and that extra four hundred dollars. A week will last until nearly the end of august and there's a lot of people still claiming unemployment benefits each week almost nine times as many people as a year ago right before the pandemic started. That's more than nineteen million people claiming those benefits right now and a big part of the reason why there are so many is the government has expanded the range of people who can qualify for these benefits during the pandemic and the reason unemployment benefits matter for the overall economy. Is that the allow people to continue spending money while they are between jobs paying their rent buying groceries buying school supplies for their kids yet without the extra four hundred dollars. Unemployment benefits would only replace less than half of a workers lost income on average but with the extra four hundred dollars from the stimulus bill. These benefits will be replacing more than eighty five percent of the lost income for the average unemployed worker up state and local governments. What they're going to get from the bill so tax revenues for a lot of state and local governments have just deride pandemic and some of them have been forced to cut back on services that they typically provide like garbage collection law enforcement mental health and addiction treatment services and a bunch of others state and local governments have also had to lay off one point three million workers especially a lot of workers in public schools teachers administrators janitors. It's one of the hardest hit sectors of the labor market so this bill provides three hundred and fifty billion dollars for state and local governments. And actually that might end up more money than state and local governments lost during the pandemic three hundred and fifty billion dollars is above the range of estimates for how much money state and local governments will have lost through next year. But it's also true that some states and local governments are in worse shape than others and so one of the big debates in the senate is over just how to allocate this money between different states and cities. And we're gonna pass here for a second because if we stop right here just right now out of the cost of those three things that we have discussed the checks that go out to almost everybody. Stimulus checks the bigger unemployment insurance benefits and the money that goes to state and local governments. That is the biggest part of the bill. Roughly half of it around a trillion dollars is going to go to those three things combined yet and there's all kinds of interesting and important stuff and the rest of the bill to so. Here's a few more that we definitely think are worth mentioning. Starting with what parents are gonna get. Yes so parents are going to get an extra fourteen hundred dollars for each of their children and this includes adult children who parents list as their dependence. Yeah so if you are. A family of four people say to spouses and two kids. The total amount. You're gonna get in those one time. Checks is up to fifty six hundred dollars. But that's not all. The bill also increases the size of the child tax credit for one year. So parents will now be able to offset their tax bills by thirty six hundred dollars for each kid under the age of six the really young ones and by three thousand dollars for other kids who are not yet adults bottom line take that same family of four and let's say both parents make less than seventy five thousand dollars each year and let's say their two kids are very young. They're toddlers that family could get a total of nearly thirteen thousand dollars in checks and tax credits because of this bill. Okay and now. Let's look at what schools are going to get kindergarten to twelfth grade. Schools are gonna get roughly one hundred and thirty billion dollars but maybe what's most interesting is what that money is intended for. Yes so this money is not for textbooks. It is for things that make it easier for schools to reopen and operate during the pandemic. So things like improving ventilation buying more personal protective equipment and even changing the shape of a classroom so that social distancing between students is easier next up. The bill includes tens of billions of dollars for loans and grants to businesses and the industry. That's going to get the single biggest amount in grants. So that's money that does not have to be paid back is bars and restaurants yup bars and restaurants. They can prove they lost money. Last year will be eligible for up to ten million dollars each in grants and the bill has set aside a total of twenty five billion dollars for eateries and watering holes and restaurants. And though that is the most any industry is getting in this bill. Some perspective is important here last year. Bars and restaurants lost about a hundred and forty five billion dollars sales from the year before. It's a twenty percent decline and there are still nearly two and a half million fewer jobs in bars and restaurants than before the pandemic and this year knock on wood will not be as bad because people are getting vaccinated. Covid cases are coming down and more of the country is reopening still. That is a huge hole to dig out of

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Obamacare would get a big (and quiet) overhaul in the Covid relief bill

5 Things

02:38 min | 2 years ago

Obamacare would get a big (and quiet) overhaul in the Covid relief bill

"The covid nineteen relief bill. That passed the house on saturday and is now making its way through. The senate includes an expansion of the affordable care act health care legislation. It would be the first significant expansion of the aca also known as obamacare since it passed in two thousand ten white house correspondent marine groppy reports. This would primarily helped people in two ways. One is for the first time people who are making more than four times. The federal poverty level will become eligible for help paying their premiums so for example if a sixty four year old woman is making fifty thousand dollars. Right now she's not eligible for help but under the law for the next two years she could get subsidies that could make her premium dropped from about thirteen thousand dollars a year to just about five thousand dollars a year. Secondly people who make one hundred and fifty percent of the federal poverty line could get additional subsidy help they already qualify now but the extra help would allow them to buy plans without premiums that have much lower deductibles than what they can afford right. Now there's also incentives in the bill to For the twelve states that have not expanded medicaid under the aca to give them extra money in hopes that they will do so to cover people below poverty in their states who don't currently qualify for medicaid. These changes that are in. The bill are expected to stay in the question for whether they become law is whether the entire bill passes. It's not expect to get much. If any republican support. The democrats need to stay united in order to pass the legislation and get it to president biden's desk and these are provisions that he has promised he has supported and once in there and he's expected to sign the bill into law go relief plan which also includes fourteen hundred dollar checks too many americans and more could enter. Its final stretch on wednesday. Senators may begin. Twenty hours of debate on the measure. That's expected to come to a vote later in the week. Majority leader senator chuck schumer said tuesday. That democrats have sorted through disagreements and now have their eyes set on the deals. Final details senate. Democrats are committed to passing the american rescue plan to crush the virus. Recover our economy and deliver help to americans who need it the most. We're on track to send the american rescue plan to the president's desk before the expiration of the enhanced unemployment benefit which occurs on march fourteenth. I expect a hardy debate. I expect some late nights on the floor. The bill could become law as soon as next week

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"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:24 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Twelve pm. Herman stolen returned to the hotel franken. I talked to him for about an hour. He appeared quite shaken when we told him of his father's death. We questioned him about the money that suddenly come up with. He explained that he'd wanted at the races. He gave us the name of the man who accompanied him to the track franken. I checked with him and found that stones story was true. We checked his shoe size and found that it was not the same as the print. Not at the scene of the murder ten forty six. pm we call the office. He told us that we gotten a message from the county hospital. Mrs stone was able to talk. She wasn't completely out of danger. But buying a relapse. She was expected to recover franken. I drove out to the hospital and talk to her. I wish i could help you more than i had. Just isn't anything else. What could you give us any idea. About how paulie were that'd be pretty had to do mr friday. I was lying down and they came into my room. I don't guess. I'd say it may be as tall as you. I don't think much about their bill. Ma'am wasn't i can't be sure i guess if i must say one of the other half say they're about medium was very strong of ood. That carried me to the closet. You strong lifted me out of bed and carried me over the plaza from. Did your husband have any large amounts of money in the house. Yes yes he did. Herman ever believed in banks not since crash that he could take care of money as well as they could. He had all of his savings in the house. Get through mattress on his bed. You know about how much that might be mr stone. I don't it'd be guessing. But i'd say maybe twelve or thirteen thousand dollars. Herman didn't discuss finances with me or so. It was a man's business than i shouldn't have to worry about it. I tried to tell him tried all the time. What's that he should put the money in the bank. He used to talk about it too. Know that didn't help who they talk to mrs stone. People neighborhood used to tell them that he didn't get the interest always knew just where his money was used to ask them if they could say the same thing of anybody in the neighborhood might do like this. No we've lived there for a long time. No none of them would even think. Did your husband anthony enemies. Anyone you had arguments with there. Wasn't anyone mr prodi as my son know about this this. He knows that his father's does he know about it. Miami does he's outside in the hall right now. Said he'd like see. You didn't get along this father. I tried to make them understand each other and tried so hard. Didn't seem to tuning good. There's also chicken. Tell us ma'am. There's one thing i hate to mention. It seem so silly. what's atmosphere stone opened. They were arguing with herman in the next room. They got very loud thought. That i recognized one of the voices and i can't be sure but at the time i thought it then he came into my room. I was pretty sure. But i could be wrong and i. I wouldn't want to cause anybody any trump. I wouldn't wanna make a mistake. What do you think it might have been. Whose voice do you think it was. It sounded like smokey's who smokey he used to do some work around the yard per herman a year so go. I haven't seen him since then. You know where we can get in touch with the man. I don't as i said. I haven't seen him in over year. What's his full name. Mrs stone. I don't know that's why i thought it might be a little silly. I don't even know his right name. Just told us his name was smokey. Young men always had a cigarette in his mouth. Chain smoker her the conclusion of dragnet the big smoke from february twenty-second nineteen fifty-three three comes up in. Just four minutes here on classic radio theater on your favorite station on email. That comes through super early in the morning. They just have to answer well. At least now. 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Chrissy Teigen Savaged After Complaining About A $13,000 Bottle Of Wine

Fred + Angi On Demand

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Chrissy Teigen Savaged After Complaining About A $13,000 Bottle Of Wine

"Went viral after sharing. Not so relatable story about accidentally purchasing a thirteen thousand dollar bottle of cab fred. I feel like we've talked about this before. So she i tweeted. What's the most expensive thing you've eaten that you thought sucked then. She told the wind stories. That the waiter had recommended the bottle and they were shocked when they got the bill like they didn't know i'm sure the waiter was trying to take advantage of them She said that they didn't even get to finish the bottle and they had cleared it so they can bill. Yeah and so. I thought this was funny. Because i feel like waiters you know when you ask for a suggestion should probably like keep it around a certain price range. I guess she thought they have tons of money which they do but everyone yelling at her for not being relatable she was like. Hey this is twitter. you know. it's not relatable because you're not me. These are my stories she said. I ordered a thirteen thousand dollar bottle of wine. It's thoughts anything

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The Cost Of Raising A Star High School QB

The Lead

03:47 min | 2 years ago

The Cost Of Raising A Star High School QB

"So antonio for people who don't follow college football super closely. Who is dorrie and thompson robinson is. Ucla's starting quarterback right now dopson robinson with the at dow field by called entity. Stay off. yes. He did touchdown. Ucla he's a guy's guy who can run you can throw. And he doesn't really well touchdown. Tops of robinson falling backwards felt like probably ninety yards away. He's very outgoing and like he's very aware to coast kelly just us. You know we tell you wanna know at a time and one game at a time. So that's what you're seeing right now. His numbers of improved. His completion percentage improved each year. And this year i thought he was really really good. This is about to be an all time. High waist can swim urge. You know just both on the ground with his arm and tony. You recently have long conversation with during his mother about the families football journey to get a sense of what it takes to raise a blue chip quarterback these days so first of all tell us a little bit about during mother mel the thompson robinson. She's a professor at unlv. And i know. She took a very big role in raising doreen and helping them go to this journey. She separated with his father. She's kind of the one who is doing most of the heavy lifting. He has a sister as well such as the family who seems very self aware all right so when did the families. Football journey begin. When during i start playing football obviously playing when he was very young and playing pop warner r. e. and then because we live in las vegas the we have you know good weather year round know the fall and spring in tournaments in the summer. So you know. Football is almost year round this prisoner. Sophomore year he played some receiver than towards his judy. That's when he was solely focusing on quarterback. There's not a lot of available quarterback trainers in las vegas so he had to travel the phoenix to some work. Done glow to seem as quarterback coach very often. Because of the like once a year he actually worked with in person. One year never wait. There's more virtual learning which is kind of unique before the pandemic so his mom would watch him throw passes and she tried to use what she learned from the quarterback coach to kind of teach dory and what to do via video know with uploaded to kogo. Dr been shared with his coach. And then they would you know talk about it or you know. They would go through his game film or other film and just talk about like. What are the things that you should be looking at which you should be doing. So i assume that this private quarterback coaching he was getting was fairly pricey. What other expenses was his family taking on as dorian was coming up through high school. Yeah there's that tuition and schools during bishop gorman in las vegas twelve thirteen thousand dollars a year you. We were paying for camp in spirit packs. You know the team travels dollars right there. But then when you're talking about college recruiting camps in the average trip probably costs about sixteen hundred dollars per trip There's a lot of the unofficial visit. St the buyer tickets to university of oregon the university of miami or michigan. However you're

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"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on The Most Hated F-Word

The Most Hated F-Word

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen thousand dollars" Discussed on The Most Hated F-Word

"With us and we have those tendencies so i think actually be to. Yeah flip side of it so we were talking about. Middle is right right so what was happening here is that we're trying to make decisions. Were either so one tells us what makes us happy eleven strain or the the other street. We don't even want to think about or engage with like you said this process of eden have so on both sides we never come come into the middle to actually think about us. Yeah so we're actually avoiding this role that needs to transpire so that we can really come. To the middle and actually have some fulfillment and in some instances already less and in other. Instances is gonna be more but there's power in thinking. There's power in terms in terms of being mindful in both of those extremes. You can literally operate live. Be mindless which is is. I don't want to have to think right but when we but again to the point when we are allied with self we actually minimize choice. Yes so we actually don't have to think but we're in alignment with with actually doing things that bring us join commitment. That's uniquely rooted in us. And guess what our future self is going to be a little different. There's actually several studies that show like ten years from now. What you think you may want is absolutely what you don't right is back the the beauty here. Though is that if we're responsibly using money and resources were setting money aside to enjoy our current future self while giving our future self space to decide and that's what the power so when we make yourself. We're trying to plan our future self based on expectations that we have for today. So we actually kinda bottleneck our future cell by thanking self. Going gonna want what we want today. Yeah but we think about our future selves. I just wanna future self to have choice and options to make different decisions than that because a different way in how you earn your money and how you think about yourself and how you allow for yourself the space to grow and to continue to become reds. We're constantly so we want to yourself to have space for that. You know. I really like how you're framing that like we're constantly becoming your future self. Have the ability to make those those ability to decide because like a lot of times the behavioral bias that we experienced hyperbolic discounting where we can't contextualized with their future. Self and i've seen exercises. Were people like okay. These words like these image exercises like imagine yourself at sixty years old. Were you living where you going. And i think they work. I like what you're distinguishing here is doing. not i'm deciding. Currently without selves can look like in like you've clearly identified. We have no idea about future so we have no idea so this is so. This is where the rubber hits the road. I think the the better strategy means there is very similar to how will say in a study in nineteen kanner coat was acts. It's detainees dollars. It's why right so we can actually do. That will suit so i do slip college high. I literally how did a research what they think. Their future saw financially is like franchise So what i do is to think about job that they're gonna work. There's expect to salary. I encourage their sue. How to calculate using time value calculations jewelry waiting radical increases at salaries. It'd be out to the future. We think about what taxes are going to be reduced that right. We think about living experience with this. We're going to be incident Estimate that we think about impact of zoodles taking now. So if you're a freshman only it was thirteen thousand dollars loan and it's your strategy to continue to do this. I think about it. You concede to do this for years. What's that balanced gonna look like what's going to be your student all right and then we do is. We've been say this this actually wells hours spending plan and we bring it into the and we say currently right now if this is your deficits. Do you want this like literally like now. If this was your writing right now this for yourself and they would say i would. I would never live at a that expensive in generally so somebody has dollars worth the student. Loan debt you're gonna pay one percent of that a month and Since five hundred dollars so they actually get to see the consequences of their actions. N. may get so. I'm trying to make it so visible visceral that they can actually feel the consequences of their action. Now so let's not aids laid bill of the future right. So i tried to mitigate that hyperbolic discounting by getting them to think of their future selves. Today saying this for yourself now and in a lot seems that will say you know what i really need to start. A high for scholarships are related. Think b- thinking about my major and how much actually hey in this sense because inappropriate associates. I didn't know how much cost of living was i- cooler. I clearly have underestimated that. What we're doing is whining outs. They don't have usually we. We estimates those things. We don't no so another thing i have to do. Then i have to created. That happened though seat with their parents. And i had several suitors right back to the net while mom and dad completely laughed at me. Because it's like boy. You have no clue right so ribs to them had had a relationship harbor station right. Yeah because the bits from the millionaire next door has that it order. Becoming billionaires at your child needs to be financially saint excel to breeding them into the conversation helping the their children. So that we can chris generational wealth so i traveled mitigate hyperbolic discounting by actually thinking about freedom. You have no money in the future. Is that how he wants to live every week here. Once you graduate. And they'll say no. Then how can you take everything. We've been learning over the course of the semester. Start applying Now you actually have them solo your present self in back. Your future is nothing but a series of actions that you have will power that you think omit drive the conversation and you'll see students to start thinking differently about man needs a dollar shoes. I don't need cheap as much of my student loan disbursements. I'm not saying send it all back. What i'm saying is to really think about your semester and think about what you need an adult limit of what you may work and then in the restaurant because most of bowers is dedicated by suits action saying the law there disbursements. We did nothing else. 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Taylor Swift donates $13,000 to two mothers in need this holiday season

Fred + Angi On Demand

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Taylor Swift donates $13,000 to two mothers in need this holiday season

"Taylor swift donated thirteen thousand dollars to two mothers. go fund me pages. After reading an article in the washington post spotlighting americans who are behind on rent due to the cove outbreak. One woman is a single mother in nashville in shared that. She's five thousand dollars behind on rent swift donated. Thirteen thousand wrote her a special a special message. Saying i'm so sorry for everything you've had to go through this year and wanted to send you this gift from one nashville girl to another love taylor. The other woman. I know angel from michigan shared that she lost her job in the spring and had to stay home with young daughter who was born with a collapsed lung right before cova suv also donated thirteen thousand her writing. No one should have to feel the kind of stress. That's been put on you. I hope you and your beautiful family have a great holiday season. Love taylor

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Willy Woo on Why It's 'an Extremely Great Time to Buy Bitcoin'

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

06:25 min | 2 years ago

Willy Woo on Why It's 'an Extremely Great Time to Buy Bitcoin'

"This was quite weak for Bitcoin and crypto in general with pave announcing that it will allow it's three hundred and forty-six million customers to hold bitcoin ether and other cryptocurrencies as well as use them to pay pay. Pals Twenty six million merchants. Avenues the price of Bitcoin shot up briefly flirting with thirteen thousand dollars. What do you make of PAYPAL's news? yeah. Well. It's very much significant if you were to look it on chain, exactly how many people actually holding the coins in the Wallet? Well it currently is only twenty three point four million holds on shade and if you count the exchanges, these one, hundred and one million. Active unique accounts so if you look at cal, it's all mice five times it's four, hundred, eighty million. So you know this the absolute unlock to the mainstream Mac here to excess bitcoin. Way In excess of what we currently have in numbers. Before that news broke, you had been tweeting a bit about how bitcoins price behaviors have been changing. One of your tweets showed a chart of coin dormancy against the bitcoin price and you tweeted dormancy is a measure of old hands selling out as interesting to see old hands reliably sold tops. Until this present cycle, they sold the bitcoin bottom at three, three, thousand, four, thousand dollars they are selling right now. So when you say this this present cycle, what time period are you talking about and why do you think the Behavioral Behavior Fall Chances. Changing. This this is the current cycle of the coin cycles. Every four years because the happening that's kind of impulse of. Of supply reduction, and so we get into these four year macro cycles in this particular cycle is interesting in the we had the fist. Through of exchanges with the lights, of bit mix. Introduced in the telling twenty seventeen and with the crazy leverage is these guys can do on these exchanges they. They have dominated the volume on. Against you know the the organic sputnik people would normally come in and by the coins move muffins the wallets. So when you've got this out live, Oh, you on derivative markets where traders cabin and trade against each other. They play a whole lot of strategic games. You Know Defensive Lines I. It to playing a game of gridiron where you going yards and you're trying to push the other side over the they back trace in. So we're in this era of derivative dominance where it's trade a game. So you see if you look at the chat of Bitcoin, we had this very nice organic. Movements and price. It was very effective fundamentals of visas coming in, and since twenty seventeen, the telling twenty seen really coming into twenty eighteen and into now we've had a crazy whip sore in the price action. It's like you can see the six thousand sort of band that we head and twenty. Eighteen in it plummeted down to three thousand. That was all trade against. On. Exchanges and so what I think's happening is that the old hand Wales, the Oggi's that voted to Bitcoin, wipe win, and the obviously highly capitalize in the boys being out of cell tops the not currently equipped to play the very sophisticated trade games that helped him unto exchanges. So that not selling the top selling the bottoms right now. and. So I don't fully understand. You know when you talk about this kind of game. What is it? You know just from? hodler perspective, it should be. You know something straightforward. You buy low you sell when it's high. So what is going on? Exactly that's keeping them from being able to do that. You know this obviously is a hotly you'll going to organically by and hold for long term sort of held that if you these terrific of exchanges. All you're doing is making bids long shore the prices, go one way or the other, and if I'm correct I make a lot of money in. So what actually happens is there if you see, for example, the gene rural market, the general traders which of unsophisticated traders they may be going long. So if your though the winner. you'll the whale onto exchanges and the winners team to be one to the Mac out according to picnics ninety nine seat lose. you're the guy with. Tens of millions of dollars of what we call Ammo. To bad to push the MAC at one way. So for example, if you've one's going long. And I'm the one percent. Well, I'm going to choice it and I'm going to sell and I'm going to sell in the NFL I may even sell on spot exchanges to to push the price down and I'm trying to push the price down below the defensive line of people going long because if you going long you bidding on a going out, but you do have this. Line in the sand where if you're wrong, you're either liquidated will you have a stop loss where you can a sell out both both cases you're going to sell out? So what the whales do is they they counted trade you they pushed the price below your offensive line, and at that point you have to sell in and then suddenly the price plummets and then thou- group at the bottom and they win and so you know that happens with your long assured the the ninety nine percent lose, and this is a derivative. Casino game. With with they're very smart sophisticated players. That have now entered bitcoin is completely breaking headache

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Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

"People across England now face tough new fines if they fail to self isolate after testing positive because the nineteen the fines follow a recently announced toughening of restrictions those who failed to follow the rules face a one thousand two hundred dollar fine which increases to nearly thirteen thousand dollars for repeat offenders the department of health and social care says those who test positive also will be fined if they knowingly provide false information to contact traces government measures imposed to slow the spread of Kirby nineteen of causing increasing concern among lawmakers the house of Commons on Wednesday may consider an amendment to existing legislation that would give parliament the right to vote on any new restrictions Charles Taylor this month London

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Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

"People across England now face tough new fines if they fail to self isolate after testing positive because the nineteen the fines follow a recently announced toughening of restrictions those who failed to follow the rules face a one thousand two hundred dollar fine which increases to nearly thirteen thousand dollars for repeat offenders the department of health and social care says those who test positive also will be fined if they knowingly provide false information to contact traces government measures imposed to slow the spread of Kirby nineteen of causing increasing concern among lawmakers the house of Commons on Wednesday may consider an amendment to existing legislation that would give parliament the right to vote on any new restrictions Charles Taylor this month London

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Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

"People across England now face tough new fines if they fail to self isolate after testing positive because the nineteen the fines follow a recently announced toughening of restrictions those who failed to follow the rules face a one thousand two hundred dollar fine which increases to nearly thirteen thousand dollars for repeat offenders the department of health and social care says those who test positive also will be fined if they knowingly provide false information to contact traces government measures imposed to slow the spread of Kirby nineteen of causing increasing concern among lawmakers the house of Commons on Wednesday may consider an amendment to existing legislation that would give parliament the right to vote on any new restrictions Charles Taylor this month London

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Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

"People across England now face tough new fines if they fail to self isolate after testing positive because the nineteen the fines follow a recently announced toughening of restrictions those who failed to follow the rules face a one thousand two hundred dollar fine which increases to nearly thirteen thousand dollars for repeat offenders the department of health and social care says those who test positive also will be fined if they knowingly provide false information to contact traces government measures imposed to slow the spread of Kirby nineteen of causing increasing concern among lawmakers the house of Commons on Wednesday may consider an amendment to existing legislation that would give parliament the right to vote on any new restrictions Charles Taylor this month London

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Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

"People across England now face tough new fines if they fail to self isolate after testing positive because the nineteen the fines follow a recently announced toughening of restrictions those who failed to follow the rules face a one thousand two hundred dollar fine which increases to nearly thirteen thousand dollars for repeat offenders the department of health and social care says those who test positive also will be fined if they knowingly provide false information to contact traces government measures imposed to slow the spread of Kirby nineteen of causing increasing concern among lawmakers the house of Commons on Wednesday may consider an amendment to existing legislation that would give parliament the right to vote on any new restrictions Charles Taylor this month London

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Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

"People across England now face tough new fines if they fail to self isolate after testing positive because the nineteen the fines follow a recently announced toughening of restrictions those who failed to follow the rules face a one thousand two hundred dollar fine which increases to nearly thirteen thousand dollars for repeat offenders the department of health and social care says those who test positive also will be fined if they knowingly provide false information to contact traces government measures imposed to slow the spread of Kirby nineteen of causing increasing concern among lawmakers the house of Commons on Wednesday may consider an amendment to existing legislation that would give parliament the right to vote on any new restrictions Charles Taylor this month London

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Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

"People across England now face tough new fines if they fail to self isolate after testing positive because the nineteen the fines follow a recently announced toughening of restrictions those who failed to follow the rules face a one thousand two hundred dollar fine which increases to nearly thirteen thousand dollars for repeat offenders the department of health and social care says those who test positive also will be fined if they knowingly provide false information to contact traces government measures imposed to slow the spread of Kirby nineteen of causing increasing concern among lawmakers the house of Commons on Wednesday may consider an amendment to existing legislation that would give parliament the right to vote on any new restrictions Charles Taylor this month London

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Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

"People across England now face tough new fines if they fail to self isolate after testing positive because the nineteen the fines follow a recently announced toughening of restrictions those who failed to follow the rules face a one thousand two hundred dollar fine which increases to nearly thirteen thousand dollars for repeat offenders the department of health and social care says those who test positive also will be fined if they knowingly provide false information to contact traces government measures imposed to slow the spread of Kirby nineteen of causing increasing concern among lawmakers the house of Commons on Wednesday may consider an amendment to existing legislation that would give parliament the right to vote on any new restrictions Charles Taylor this month London

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The Latest: UK to fine quarantine-breakers up to $13,000

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

The Latest: UK to fine quarantine-breakers up to $13,000

"People who refused to self isolating the U. K. will soon have to pay a fine of up to thirteen thousand dollars as the country sees a shop sizing coronavirus infections the new rule requires people to self isolated they test positive for the coronavirus or traces a close contact the rule comes into effect on the twentieth of September if a driver I'll talk to sign says he can't afford to be at home for fourteen days or longer bill mortgage and other bills which I have to pay and do although I will go behind on the payments as well as government however has said that it will help those on low incomes who face a loss of earnings as a result of self isolating with the one time support payment of just hit the six hundred dollars former London police chief W. says the new find will put even more pressure on an overworked police force already that under huge pressure and I would ask them to do more challenge have asked London

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How to unlock your potential, Modeling manhood for teen boys

Core Confidence Life

04:37 min | 2 years ago

How to unlock your potential, Modeling manhood for teen boys

"Going on it? was going on how's IT GOING DENNIS? Appreciate you have me on man I'm so excited. For this this discussion this conversation and just love what you do my man. I appreciate that. Appreciate that very much. So tell everybody a little bit more about you. Other than what I just said because you know you can tell you better than I can tell you. Absolutely my man. So I I guess I'll give somebody a little bit of background, but I was born and raised in Baltimore Maryland, and I grew up in a family that struggled with poverty for generations and You know basically saw my mom struggle from paycheck to paycheck us all the people around me just struggling to make ends meet and at from my perspective I decided that it wasn't going to stop or that was gonNA stop with me. I didn't want to be stuck in. That same Rut life So I just decided to start making some decisions, which basically leads me being the first male in my family to ever earn a college degree. Okay. which then you know basically the the mindset behind all of that is a I was able to get myself out of a bad situation because my dad left when I was only I think seven or eight years old wisdom allowed me to become you know a kid that grew up in a single family household. Where my mom basically was forced to take care of me and my brother on the thirteen thousand dollar a year disability in cup. So it was a different type of situation different type of environment I basically felt as though only had three options, which is I feel as though a lot of kids that grew up that grew up in that type of environment they feel the same way but my options was either Goto the league right become oppression athlete it was either the other option was to be a professional entertainer. So a singer rapper dancer or something like that or so drugs right and chose option. I chose option one. I decided I was going to go to the league or wanted to basically play football and be able to go to the NFL and because of that dream, and because of that that goal that I had I became the first student in high school to ever earn a scholarship in just because history. So now my mission my passion is basically helping kids shed though self limiting beliefs and live a life that they're passionate about living I. don't want them to have that same thought process that I had when I was growing up. All right. That's great. Great background that you have spoken about their we'll get into a lot of those different things. So what what issues do you mainly speak about when you're in front of today's you would. mainly. Primarily just shed and self limiting beliefs I think a lot of the times we don't believe in ourselves what we can actually accomplish in life and I personally believe that we all are born with the seeds of greatness inside of us. We're all men to do great things and sometimes when you're born into an environment environment where maybe you're stuck in poverty or you know your surrounding area just basically tells you that you can only be one thing which for me, it was basically go to jail or be dead before you're even eighteen years old right If I WANNA help kids break that belief that that is all that life has to offer. Because there's so many different opportunities and things out there that kids can take advantage of to really increase their lifestyle and increase the the life that they wanna live. Limiting beliefs so You know we talk about limiting beliefs all the time and changing your mind frame and just how you think about things. So talk to us a little bit more about limiting beliefs limiting beliefs, and what did they do chew us. Absolutely, so a limiting belief is something that you believe about yourself. That is just not true. It's a box that you place yourself in that. That doesn't allow you the CA like to break out right. Basically leaves you confined inside of one individual section. What it does to you is it prevents you from stepping into your own greatness. A lot of times we limit ourselves with these. These thoughts like for me growing up was like I only had those three options, right? That was all I had. If I wasn't picking one of those three that I was just going to be a failure in in general where obviously thankfully you know as I got. Out of that environment instead to associate with other people I started to realize that there are other options available, right. So they're self limiting beliefs are detrimental to your ability to succeed in life because if you only put yourself inside a one box, then you you basically close yourself off to all other opportunities and all other abilities that you have within you to create the success that you want.

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Which is cooler, zero or infinity?

Tai Asks Why

09:22 min | 2 years ago

Which is cooler, zero or infinity?

"Zero and infinity. They're both kind of just like the. Ultimate mind boggling what happens if I pit their cruel nece against each other, which was more important more expensive. The mind blow up factor best and kind of only people that I would really talk about it would be none other than mathematician. Hi Do I have both of you you have me. Hi. Okay so on the phone right now, I was able to call up James Grind and Eugenie Chin. There are both super awesome math people who do a lot of thinking about the importance of these numbers I give lots of talks around the world and people might see me on Youtube Channel could number file. Now Eugenia is the scientist in residence. At the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, which is pretty cool and I've written several books and the second one was cooled beyond infinity. I have that book actually. Oh, I'm so glad to hear this is the crazy super debate about coolness of zero versus infinity. James. Can explain to me what zero even is as a mathematical concept. Okay so on one hand zero is a number. As, like the other numbers one, two, three, four, five, two, nine. Zero Times one is zero. Zero. Times two is zero but also that means that it just come. You come sit out Zeros. I'm have one goes to well no, we can't. So we do have to treat zero slightly differently from the other numbers. It's a number that represents nothing. Both of them of an abstract ideas in ways, but that's what matters about. Mathis about going to the abstract to solve problems. Because like even if we just have the drawing of the number one that doesn't mean, it's one that's our interpretation are symbol to represent the concept you could point out one sheep, one, cow, one coin but one of those things have in common is this idea of oneness that they have in common, which is not something you can point at, but is something they all share? When you try and teach small child how to count You keep showing them objects in going one, two, three, one, two three but they have to make a leap inside their head from the objects in front of them to this concept of as James says one nurse. And you can't do it for them. You can't point that's it. You can't see you can't touch it. You can't feel it. You can't eat it and so you just have to do it in your head. It's weird because it's it's there. But at the same time, it's not there. That's how I think of maths. It's kind of it's definitely there in my head, but it's also not fair because it's just in my head the shame applies to zero you can't really point at. Zero is the harder idea. It's harder than one, two, three, one sheep and one cow have something in common but zero sheep zero cows almost have more in common somehow at least to me, it's much easier to get zero sheep and zero cows. I've got them right in front of me. Now what about infinity? You can't go up to your kid like look this is one cow this is no cows. This is everything. Infinite. Yeah. Unfortunately, we don't even have infinite cows on the entire planet so we couldn't even try to assemble infinite cows and it's so it's really something that happens inside your brain but something that you can show to any child and they've probably understood it themselves is that if you eat half of your chocolate cake, then you have Hof left and then if you eat half of what's left, then still some left and if you eat half of what's left there, still some left. If you keep eating Hof of your remaining chocolate cake, you can take an infinite number of bites of chocolate cake and there will still be some left. I have the best producers in the world and they actually brought me a cake God this. Oh, awesome on the traffic cut infinitely and see if it goes to zero. Okay. Here we go. So I'm cutting the cake. Eaten at times? Dom. Yep. We'll just keep eating whenever you. Half again, make the third. Sky The sixteenth. Through I could keep calling it forever and ever and ever ever. Ever ever. Anyway. Back to the question at hand. Is a lot less flashier than infinity is something. That, you would use in everyday life actually came from merchants and traders and accountant rather then they sort of intellectuals studying Matt's but then again, infinity turns out to be practical as well, and it also turns out to be everywhere through the field of calculus, which is a piece of mathematics that really governs everything that changes continuously I'm that means practically. Everything in the modern world including things like well `electricity and that's how infinity can be thought of as very practical as well as having mind-bending and weird properties way you can play around and create strange pistes and strange universes in which peculiar and amazing things happen. Yeah. Infinity is the one that's the strangest I mean strange paradoxes the I can't understand. One. Example of those paradoxes that cake conundrum which explained in the cake break and another one is Hilbert's hotel. That was proposed by the mathematician Hilbert's where he said let's imagine we have a hotel with an infinite number of rooms. Now Hubert's hotels confusing for bear with me. matchy of a really big hotel. Now, this hotel infinite roofs. and. Let's say that one man walks in one night and says, Hey, on the book room, you know you can't send him. To the infant floor that doesn't really seem fair. You know because you still have to walk all that way. So. You sent him to room one and send the person on route one term deal. Then send the person on route to to room three and keep going. So instead of this one guy after travel. So incredibly infinitely far everyone just travels wants. which works out such a small number, but it eventually converges into infinity. And that's quite odd because in a normal finite hotel. If it's full, you can't just fit in other guests dune without asking them to share room which they probably wouldn't want to do. Yes my head hurts. We're all getting clever. Now, James, what do you think of what you genius saying and why do you think Zeros Cooler Think, we're going to find that these two ideas are going to be very connected because they are related ideas. One being nothing won't being everything, but without zero, you wouldn't have any of modern mathematics today the reason zero. So important is because without it you wouldn't have a place value system. So in the old times when you wanted to count thirteen sheep or something like that, you would have to make a mark for each sheep. So you have make thirteen marks you can count them what the Egyptians and the Babylonians did is they started using news to represent lodging numbers. So now if you want to count thirteen, you can just use. A one and a three. So now you need zero in here because what is the difference between thirty two and three hundred to? Well, you need that space in the middle in the old times that would be actually a space. It was any later that zero recognized as a number. But with place value system, you can do the whole of mathematics today. Oh Man. If it wasn't for the concept of the numbers zero, we would still have to use the talents just be no the one where it's like one, two, three, four, and then five is the horizontal line. That won't be pretty bad. It's like that boat will cost thirteen, thousand dollars one, two, three, four, I agree with James Zero is really important and possibly even more important than infinity because more maths depends on zero. Really. But just because something's important I personally don't necessarily think it's cool. There are plenty of things in life that are really important without being cool to me at all like, for example, sleep which I find pretty boring but I recognize that it's very, very important.

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Will a Universal Basic Income finally get a real shot?

The Big Story

14:46 min | 2 years ago

Will a Universal Basic Income finally get a real shot?

"You can say one thing for the current crisis. It's given us a chance to try a lot of things that we might never have had the will to do otherwise I amongst those just giving people money okay not everyone but millions and millions of people in Canada and not forever but at least for a few months and this isn't a new idea. It's been around in some form or another for decades. You probably know it as universal basic income and you might associate it with the most progressive voices come the liberal side of the spectrum and you may also associate the opposition to it with complaints of lazy people want free cash instead of working but despite having a long history as a potential way to ease poverty and improve health. This has never been tried on a large scale or for a long time. So the people arguing on either side of it have never had enough evidence to prove their point. So it's been a political football until like with so many things. These days along came the virus and now getting money to people who need it quickly is absolutely essential governments around the world even the most conservative of them have done that and those who support or oppose that kind of policy have mostly agreed on the need for it. It's what happens next. And what we learned from that will determine if we finally give a universal basic income. A real shot. So we'll explain history of the policy small tests that we've seen on it be political behind it and whether or not it will stick around when we get out of this current mass. And we'll do that as soon as Claire gives the details on this current mess cargill is dealing with the outbreak at one of its meat processing plants. This one isn't Schambori Quebec southeast of Montreal. Sixty four workers have tested positive. There cargill had another outbreak a few weeks ago at a beef packing plant in high river. Alberta in that outbreak more than nine hundred workers tested positive. It reopened last week after a two-week shutdown also in Quebec schools in the western part of the province are set to reopen today but attendance is optional. Desks will be spaced apart. And there can be no more than fifteen kids in a classroom at a time. Ontario reported the lowest number of cases of Cova nineteen for the province on Sunday since March. Two hundred ninety four new cases. And this comes. The province reopens Provincial Parks and Conservation Areas. Although camping is still not allowed and things like beaches playgrounds and public washrooms are still off limits. And lastly schedule and is suspending the sale of alcohol in the Northern Community of La Lush to help control the spread of cove in nineteen. The alcohol store will be closed for two weeks. To prevent people from gathering. There will be support for those at risk of alcohol withdrawal as of Sunday evening. Sixty eight thousand eight hundred and forty eight cases of covert nineteen in Canada with four thousand nine hundred and seventy deaths. I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings. This is the big story Max. Faucet is a writer and a reporter for many publications including on this project for the Walrus. Hey Max he joined our. I'm doing as well as can be expected. Which is how everybody should hopefully answer that question. These days you start by defining What is a universal basic income Broad is that term. And what does it mean? Sure so I mean you know this is an idea that's been around for some time now and and there can be competing definitions and I suspect. We'll get into that in a second but the one that I adhere to the one that you know certainly I informed Andrew Yang's campaign in the United States and that has been informing most of the conversation about UBA. Right now is It has three conditions it's automatic. It's unconditional in its non-withdrawal. So basically that means it comes every month doesn't matter who you are you get it. You could be making a lot of money or a little money and you get it. And then it's non withdraw so It's not means tested. So it doesn't get clawed back you know as you as you make more money you know. There's much conversation on you know econ twitter about various amendments and adjustments to that formula. But I think that's a good way to think about it. Can you give me a little history of it? You mentioned it's been around for a long time Has it been tried for real anywhere where to come from that? Depends on your definition of for real right. I think people look at the idea of giving people money from the government. And they think well this must be a left-wing idea but actually the first real experiments with it happened in the nineteen sixties and early nineteen seventies and it was driven by a Richard Nixon and Milton Friedman. Who is the father of supply-side economics? Yeah they saw it as a way to replace the welfare system and so they their idea of a basic income is not quite the way I just defined it. It was something called a negative income tax. And so let me. Just get a tiny bit. Wonka share the way it worked in their conception is basically they would give people a percentage of the difference between their income and defined income cutoff or like the point where they start paying income taxes so if they set the cutoff at let's say forty thousand dollars and the negative income tax percentage was fifty percent. Someone who made twenty thousand dollars a year would get ten thousand dollars from the government. They made thirty five thousand they would get two thousand and from the government so is this sort of sliding scale where topped you up up until a certain point and then it went away right. They cancelled it in one thousand nine hundred and you know the the the Reagan era kind of buried it under under Nixon's legacy in Canada. Did something called the men come experiment? Which was the Manitoba Basic Income Experiment? That was more that was closer to the basic income that that I described earlier in the one that a lot of people are talking about right now so that says that gave thirteen hundred urban and rural families in Winnipeg and don't Fan Manitoba with incomes below. Thirteen thousand dollars a year back then money. But by the time that the data was collected in nineteen seventy eight so they ran up from seventy five to seventy eight. The Canadian government kind of lost interest in and they cancelled the project. So we've had these these aborted attempts to gather a sample and it hasn't really provided any conclusive evidence In the in the American one. There's some evidence that it that it you know Negatively impacted people's willingness to go to work in the Canadian won the data suggested otherwise. But there just wasn't enough data to conclusively determine the impact of giving people money on their both on their willingness to work and on on the outcomes that the government's wanted to test. Which is you know better. Health Outcomes Better Labor outcomes better social outcomes so you know the jury was still out right. Will what kind of a sample size and study length? Would you even need to determine that because again we had one or at least something like one here in Ontario Under Kathleen Wynne. A few years ago and the next government came to power and it was immediately phased out. So you know. I don't think we got more than two or three years out of that either. So what kind of scale are we talking about? Yeah I mean to make it work. You would needs multiple cities multiple tests populations and a long duration of study. This is this is a a bold policy intervention but you need to be able to control for extenuating circumstances and factors the Ontario project. Was it had some really promising results. As it turned out there was a study group at McMaster that basically interviewed the people that participated in the program. Some of the data they had eighty percent of of people reporting better health outcomes. They were using less tobacco drinking. Less eighty-three percent said they had better mental health. They were feeling less stressed. They had a better diet And there was even interesting. Data around better labor market outcomes people were basically using the minimum income the guaranteed income to improve their jobs to look for better job. So it's disappointing that the government scrapped it after basically what amounted to one year and left us in the same spot that we've sort of always been with these things where we just don't have enough data for either side to conclusively prove that their argument is right and you know maybe not maybe now is the opportunity to kind of walk in that that longer sample size but you know the problem here is that. It's always tempting for governments to to start these programs and then abandon them or different governments to come in and cancel them. You'd need some sort of agreement by all parties that they're going to let this run. Its course and we haven't really seen that yet. So you mentioned that it's seen mostly now at least as a left-wing idea might have begun under Nixon. But certainly I think that's how most listeners would frame it as you know Whether or not you support it About the side of the spectrum that it comes from but as we've started to see government's realizing how badly they need to help people as the economy collapses during this pandemic have seen any movement On the other side of the aisle towards this kind of idea I think we've seen much more movement on on the conservative side than we have on the progressive side the beano progressives are are are very wary of guaranteed income proposals because I think you know quite rightly they remember certainly the academics who studied this. They remember that it was originally an idea that was intended to get rid of welfare and other social supports and that is always a concern that if you bring in a guaranteed income. Is it really just an attempt to shrink? The size of the state is an attempt to get rid of targeted support programs that that make people's lives better and I think that's a totally valid concern when I when I posted my article from the wall or something twitter. I got a lot of feedback from economists about that where they basically said you know. Oh here we go again. People people don't realize that this is a an attempt to slip in through the back door reduction in social programs. That's really interesting. Yeah but you know. Over the last few months we've seen a really array of conservatives. Come out and say that this is a good idea. Hugh Seagull. Who is a former senator standing red? Tory I WOULD. I would describe him as a thought leader. He's been he's been banging the drum for for guaranteed income for quite some time now but he was always sort of out there in the wilderness as a conservative suggesting that this was a good idea and he wasn't one of the ones who was saying that it should replace social programs. He was saying it should be an augmentation to them but in the states over a matter of weeks you saw people like Mitt. Romney coup is basically the Avatar of hedge fund capitalism. Coming out and and suggesting that this was a good idea that would support. Americans during the fallout from Cova and ultimately Donald Trump's government. It's not it's not a permanent basic income. But they sent a check to every American and that is sort of one of the hallmarks of a basic income. So it's interesting the degree to which we've seen conservatives rally behind this particular policy flag. I think that it is driven by shorter. Term political objectives American politicians having election. That they're looking at in November and one of the surest ways to get defeated is to be in being government while people are losing their jobs losing their homes losing their livelihood so I think it's more self preservation than a genuine change of heart but in from a policy perspective. You take the support where you can get it and you build on it from there. So you know I think advocates of a U. UB. I should take their support and and leverage it in order to build their movement if you can may be explained to me the thought behind the benefits of this applying to absolutely everyone including people who have job because that's really And we can debate in Canada versus the US for however long. But that's that's like the primary difference between what trump's government has done and what Canada's done with the baby. Yeah that's the tricky part. That's the part that a lot of people struggle with conceptually and intellectually as is the idea of giving people who don't need money more money right. Yeah and Ken Boston cool. Who is is a former adviser to Stephen Harper and Christy Clark? He's been kind of driving the bus in Canada around the need for a UB. I you know he's he is preferred that to the more targeted approach that the government has taken with Serb. You know his idea in the short term is we just need to get money into people's hands right. Now we need we need to stimulate the economy and ultimately will tax it back next year on people's income taxes that's the thing about a guaranteed income in the context of the system. We have here is if you're making sixty seventy thousand dollars a year. This is going to a portion of this. We'll get taxed back right and so it's not. It's not really free money. It's a little bit of free money and I suspect there would be some social programs that would get pulled back a little bit to to make the numbers work but you know at the end of the day. I don't think you can let the weaknesses in the policy that that might impact a few people. Override the benefits that would impact far more people. You know there's there's all sorts of data out there that suggests that a basic income would actually stimulate economic growth. There's all kinds of data that suggested improves. Health outcomes and Lord knows improving. Health outcomes would save taxpayers and the government a lot of money. Because that's where an increasing increasingly large part of our social budget is going and we'll continue to go in the years and months to come so you know it it is It's a tough idea to get past for some people that I find working already. Why should I get more money from the government but that money's going back into the economy and it stimulating economic growth that supporting jobs? It's reducing healthcare costs. You know I think there's a pretty good case for it and and you know it's one that we should be willing to explore. I am I am more than open to criticism about the cost factor that I suppose we can get to that in a second but I think we also need to look at the benefits and look a little a little bigger in terms of where those benefits accrue it. It's not just lifting people out of poverty. Although that's that's an obvious benefit it's improving people's health outcomes improving their labor market outcomes. Let's people who have a

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