35 Burst results for "Thirty Five Thousand"
Google Says 20% of Workers Will Be Remote, Many More Hybrid
"Most Google employees will have more flexibility in their work schedules the company says about sixty percent of its workers will be on a hybrid schedule that will include three days in the office in two days from wherever they work best twenty percent can change their location to a different office and the remaining twenty percent will continue working remotely even after Google offices reopen this fall also Google employees will have twenty days a year in which they can work from another location other than their main office the company will also offer reset days days off to help cope with the pandemic most of the one hundred thirty five thousand employees will work from home through this September I'm I can't put
What an Increasingly Booming Economy Means for Bitcoin
"What's going on guys. It is thursday april twenty ninth and tenth day we are asking the question of what an increasingly booming economy means for bitcoin. So the setup for this. Is that obviously for. Bitcoin and bitcoin has always been a macro asset in the sense that it is fundamentally about reorganizing the global economy in some way when it comes to the rest of the world however it's really only been in the last year that that idea of bitcoin as a meaningful player on the macro stage has come to the fore. The connection was made first and most profoundly by. Paul tudor jones with his great monetary inflation thesis. And since then. Bitcoin has been tied up in its digital gold narrative as an inflation hedge. Right there's no way to deny looking at micro strategy getting in and michael sailor talking about the melting ice cube of cash as a treasury reserve asset and stanley druckenmiller seeing five to ten percent inflation over the next few years. There's no way to deny that bitcoins. Narrative has been tied up in the fear of looming inflation. The question then becomes. What if that starts to withdraw. What if the macro narrative shifts. Where does that leave bitcoin so today. That's what we're going explore. And i think the start. Let's start with this idea of it. Being a booming economy one of the wall street journal's lead headlines today is. Us economy appears to be lifting off. Economists are projecting a quote robust consumer led recovery. Gdp grew at six point. Four percent seasonally adjusted in q one which is almost exactly what economists had predicted. What's more consumer confidence is approaching pre pandemic levels. In fact it's the highest. It's been in fourteen months and it's done nothing but increase for months in a row in particular a low income band people and families earning between twenty five and thirty five thousand dollars. A year has increased dramatically in march. Nine hundred thousand new jobs created an unemployment went down six percent.
Tiffany Aliche's Financial Components to Become 'Financially Whole'
"Alita welcome back to the bigger pockets of any podcast. Always so excited to talk to you. I love that you guys have me back. Thank you so much mindy. Thank you scott. I love being. I feel like i'm a regular now shooters. I think you're our normal three-time guest. Oh which is nice Okay so tiffany. You are a master of all things money and finance but where your budget needs to story. Starts you worry financial disaster. You had a lot of shame over your situation. And that caused you to withdraw from friends and basically from life. What would you say to thirty year. Old tiffany going through all of this financial horrible mess and two others listening who are feeling ashamed of the financial situation there. In how do you get you to stop feeling bad about a mistake that you've made so i'll say get you linda and explain what that means. Emitted in alsace. Shame is a liar. So the way i was able to go from like this secretive. Shame when it came to my money. Was that my best friend linda. Who'd been trying to reach me for months. After i lost my job after i lost all my money after i scanned into thirty five thousand dollars in credit card debt after i couldn't afford my mortgage and had to move back home at thirty so i was at the bottom of the bottom. I remember literally looking at the ceiling from my middle school bed saying you had more money at sixteen. They do thirty like in total. I'm talking about retirement. Savings pennies in my purse like is this was like shame on top of same so linda called me after trying to get me on the phone for some months and was gonna pretend like everything was okay. That was busy But you know your best friend knows you best.
European Countries Scramble To Tamp Down Latest Virus Surge
"European countries are scrambling to tamp down a surgeon could be nineteen cases and ramp up vaccinations hoping to spell hospitals coming overwhelmed by the pandemic's latest deadly wave the crush of Gouverneur virus patients has been relentless the hospitals in Poland where daily new infections hit records of over thirty five thousand on two recent days and with the government ordering new restrictions to prevent large gatherings while France's health minister warns the number of intensive care unit patients that could match levels from a year ago the more contagious animal aggressive virus variant identified in Britain is fueling much of the increase in Europe I'm Charles de Ledesma
Polish hospitals struggle with surge of virus patients
"What should have been a weekend of celebration turned into one of ill health and struggled in Payton's as hospitals for such a code nineteen cases which is spread across central and Eastern Europe in recent weeks the Polish government set down two weeks of strict a pandemic restrictions over the Easter period in order to slow down the infection rates the country hit new records of thirty five thousand daily infections on two recent days and deaths have been in the hundreds each day yells five good spot medical director of the county hospital of book the US says the situation has gotten out of control in the past year I've been in sales have been standing with driving from hospital to hospital trying to beat the patient's somewhere the many many hours this is a symptom of very high in efficiency if we have no way to put these patients and no way to treat them I'm Karen Thomas
Channeling a spirit
"Welcome to kids myths and mysteries. So i'm your host kid crumb today in my month long. Look into all things around ghosts. I take a close look at channel. Lena spirit the practice of channeling a person's body being taken over by spirit for the purpose of communication has been around for a millennia. There are countless stories of shaman which doctors prophets and others who claimed to hear voices or received some supernatural knowledge from the spirit world. Chandler's also sometimes known as psychic mediums. Often use what are called spirit guys friendly spirits who give them knowledge and help them help others with the spiritual journey according to experts sonya. Roman and dwayne packer authors of to channel. How to connect with your guide. Channeling is a powerful means of spiritual unfoldment unconscious transformation as you channel you build a bridge to a higher rome loving caring purposeful collective higher consciousness that has been called god all that is the universe universal mine. Channeling involves consciously shifting your mind and mental space in order to achieve an expanded state of consciousness to achieve the expanded state of consciousness channels usually meditate trying to break free of worldly influences and tune into a higher consciousness. They may imagine themselves seeking out specific spirits of the dead. Or they may be. Contacted by unbidden by some unknown force. That wishes to communicate while most people channel to seek inner wisdom entire books have been written supposedly by ancient spirits. Channel through modern mediums and factor are hundreds of such books many of which can be found in new age. Sections of bookstores are libraries round. The world. the most famous american writer channel. Or was jane roberts who claim to channel an ancient and wise entity name set for her nineteen seventy-two bestseller. Seth speaks as well as several popular sequels. Roberts as seth dictated esoteric information to her husband about a soul the nature of consciousness spiritual truths higher planes of reality since the nineteen eighties. New age mystic jays. He night has claimed channel round also known as enlightened one thirty five thousand year old warrior spirit who described among other things being born on the continent of atlantis. Night became a multimillionaire writing books and offering seminars. In dvd's teaching the wisdom imparted by her rump. Thought another prominent chandler in the one thousand nine hundred nineteen ninety s was actress shirley maclaine who wrote a bestselling book and a popular television mini series on the subject. Channeling has waned in popularity in recent years so it is still practiced and it's widely accepted in a new age community channel. Information from different sources is often a dozen different spirits presumably dwelling in the same after world. Give a dozen different accounts if the spirits are truly imparting be important cosmic wisdom and universal truths you would expect different channels in different places and times to say the same things instead. Studies have shown that channel information changes with the times and tends to reflect the idea's popular in the culture at the time because there is no way to verify information and descriptions of different planes of existence the nature of the soul. And so on. There's no way to know what if any of the channel information is accurate but clearly much of it cannot be correct would help verify channel and as a real phenomenon would be to have accurate concrete and verifiable information revealed that only the spirit world would know for example. A person who truly channel einstein should be able to continue making important discoveries long after his death or a father who died unexpectedly and left his affairs. Disarray should be able to tell his wife and family through chandler were important. Documents are located to help and settle his estate.
Europe resumes AstraZeneca vaccinations amid skepticism
"Italy and france will resume their rollout today of astra zeneca. Oxford universities corona virus vaccine with portugal and the netherlands to follow next week. It comes after a brief suspension prompted by fears of an increased risk of blood clots. The european medicines agency concluded late. Yesterday the vaccine is safe to use. And it's effective to bolster bruised confidence in the vaccine francis. Prime minister said he'll receive one of the astrazeneca shots right away. He also announced a month-long lockdown in parts of the country to combat rising infection rates. The bbc's hugh scofield has more from paris prime minister jean castex parts of france were now in what looked like a third wave of the virus in the whole of the country. There are thirty five thousand cases a day being reported and three quarters of these are of the new british variant in the paris region. The situation is particularly worrying with twelve hundred. Covert patients in intensive care more than at the peak of the second wave in november under the new lockdown schools and universities will remain open. And there'll be no limit to the time people can spend taking out doors. Non essential shops will be shot and travel from paris to other regions is banned. The nationwide curfew remains in place but will start from seven instead of six. Pm when summertime comes in.
Marketing Guys: What Makes Them Click with VIP Guest Elias Crum & Mark van Horik
"Walk me do incredible talents. Who see the world differently but have fallen thread. Come together and what's the value. Each one of you bring who make marketing guys the school concept in your business his stocked with you and then martin short short. Show us so Mark mark will jump in. I know him so Absolutely so Yes can i met a couple of years ago through a mutual friend and colleague introduced me to mark She's no longer a colleague actually but You know markelle has decided to The that our little corporation works pretty well. And i think he he is a very enthusiastic about it. We met i think free four years ago And mark had a background in marketing founded marketing guys ten years ago. This is our tenth anniversary this year. So hopefully we can celebrate and take the team somewhere. Fly somewhere one once covid. The as let's say been reduced a little more the the thing you know you're asking what do you at what. What's your specific Value what i tend to say is that i like to create stuff from from scratch. I liked to create something from nothing so start. Businesses start from scratch when there is virtually nothing so i i have made like a career. That is a little upside down. I started at a very big company. Royal telecoms kp and we had like thirty thirty. Five thousand people are at the time and then moved to access for all which is an isp service provider during the dotcom boom the first boom and they had like three hundred employees and then i ended up at the ram mobile data where i had the pleasure of setting up an office in the us and we had like one hundred people Before i started in two thousand eleven thinking like you know i. I'd like to start something on my own. And before i knew it we were ten people and my wife was telling me to to move out of out of the house. Because she didn't like all the men and women on the on the dining table anymore you know. She wanted us to move into offices. And you know that's that's a long story short and then you know. That's that's the thing i i really liked to do is make something out of nothing. It's always easy to have an idea ideas that easy The execution than i like to think you know. What kind of ideas can i move into something into a business. An idea without a business value is just. Stay a hobby right. So if you don't have a business model behind it if you don't know how to make money on it And it shouldn't be you know. Making money is not is never a purpose but you know as you have to make money in order to have a a living attitude to have a know a a business that matters so that's insured by answer mart. Wash s a. What would you add to that. And also you tell me little big evolve. Marketing guys us. Alzheimer's plus nine democracy were the doesn't need another branding companies buck. The border does need marketing guys. Because you guys a unique unique and adamovich so tell me little bit about your role. And what's unique niche marketing guides in the states. I was always interested in technology Got a marketing backgrounds but always did something with technology. All since nineteen ninety-five something like that and When i met elias We were talking about a marketing technology. And he actually said well. How do you to join us. And and pick that marketing technology part. What i in in two thousand ten. I had the choice. Doing something with that. Was something completely new in those days or go with another technology part and that was clouds. I chose for cloud and abuts in two thousand seventeen Indeed fi that mutual contact. I had a chat with the end and we came up this marketing technology part and And he said we'll how would you like to join us and and bring that to the next level. That sounds great. why don't they. I didn't was very interested in a everage marketing company but with allies at so. Of course this is interesting because now the got this intersection between marketing technology and and that can make really a difference and and stand out and it is indeed the whole marketing technology. Part that sets up parts set us apart from from the rest There are a zillion marketing agencies. All full service or whatever you wanna call them. There are just a few mark tech agencies. And i think that the marketing guys are really especially in the netherlands. We're we're we're expanding to western europe and so as that we won't be really on the four four end of everything. What's with marketing technology. That's the reason why we also set up the mark and technology both costs and that's great five. This bulk causing. You should know that also charging you meet a lot of interesting people but you see and hear all these passions of of how you can use technology to help people to help companies and i think that that's something that allies and i share is really the urge to help companies really to succeed that. That's also what we then. We help companies succeeds in by using the right technology. And there are zillion tools. I think that There are about seven thousand eight thousand. I'm not sure about that elias. What the counting does this moment. Slowly thousand nine thousand at the moment and sifting through the and really getting finding the gems and and and using them to help your customers really. That's one of the great things marketing technology. You're using text off to make your marketing more personal more geared to people and it's that combination and it's making it. Yeah well that's the paradox. Using technology to become more human. And that's what really and therefore the marketing guys is really because otherwise we could have been denmark tech agency or something like that. No where the guys you know where people were human. Nothing relate to us.
Health panel expands lung cancer screening for more smokers
"Health panel has expanded lung cancer screenings new guidelines say more Americans now qualify for annual scans to detect lung cancer the US preventive services task force expanded eligibility for the screening opening it up to lighter smokers and starting at age fifty since twenty thirteen the scans have been recommended for heavier smokers and those a little older starting at age fifty five lung cancer is the nation's top cancer killer causing more than one hundred and thirty five thousand deaths each year and it's usually diagnosed too late for a good chance at survival the guidelines were published in the journal of the American medical association I'm Shelley Adler
"thirty five thousand" Discussed on Real Talk with Mary Contrary and Starfish
"Out my buddy. John inviting me. So so john and i met waylon. You know over here in the background. I met them in and we were on the same track for amazon. He was teaching me live about shopping by he invited me. This event called sellers sellers playbook and essentially we came down. We had a very bad lie about guys. And i think they're trying scammers guys. They're turning up sales for thirty five thousand dollars. What do you call it to up sell to to buy. The horse.
Harden, Harris lead streaking Nets past Lakers, 109-98
"In a clash of NBA title contenders the Mets won easily over the Lakers one or nine to ninety eight extending their winning streak to five James harden led the charge with twenty three points Joe Harris added twenty one the Mets made eighteen threes to only eight for Los Angeles as the lead got up to twenty five in the fourth quarter the Lakers lebron James scored thirty two points and became just the third player in league history to reach thirty five thousand points mark Myers Los Angeles
Tesla recalls 135,000 vehicles over touchscreen safety issue
"Tesla is recalling about one hundred and thirty five thousand model s and model x. vehicles after federal regulators raised concerns that the vehicles touch screens can fail when a memory chip runs out of storage capacity. The issue affects functions like defrosting and turn signals. Tesla says it disagrees that the issue counts as a defect in the vehicles. But that it's going to have with the recall. Any way to conclude the investigation by regulators and to provide a better experience for customers. The recall is one of tesla's largest actions to date and google parent alphabet reported a record fifty six point nine billion dollars quarterly revenue yesterday. The company's advertising units pulled in forty six point two billion dollars up nearly twenty two percent from a year earlier the earnings reflect a continuing recovery in ad spending which took a hit at the beginning of the pandemic google also broke out its cloud computing unit for the first time while the business brought in three point. Eight billion dollars in revenue overall. It lost one point. Two billion in the quarter earnings come after google agreed to pay more than three point. Eight million dollars to resolve a case of hiring and pay discrimination disadvantaged women and asian applicants and employees. that's according to the labor department. Google also agreed to strengthen policies related to hiring and compensation a spokesperson for google said. The company believes in heavy investment to make those processes fair and unbiased or coming up after the break amazon also reported its earnings yesterday along with a surprise leadership change.
Tesla recalls 135,000 vehicles over touchscreen safety issue
"Electric car company recalling tens of thousands of vehicles agrees to voluntary recall of one hundred thirty five thousand vehicles with touchscreen displays. That could fail. After the national highway. Traffic safety administration sought the recall last month. Two thousand twelve to twenty eighteen model s and twenty sixteen to two thousand eighteen model x. vehicles with touchscreen display failures that we're told posed safety threats including the loss of backup cameras and windshield defrosting systems. Nhtsa last month said that tesla provided confirmation that all units will inevitably fail given their memory devices. Finite storage capacity.
Tesla recalls 135,000 vehicles over touchscreen safety issue
"And tesla is recalling about one hundred. Thirty five thousand model s luxury sedans and model x. Sport utility vehicles over a touch screen failure. The national highway safety administration requested the action. Last month they say tesla's touchscreen can fail when memory chip runs out of storage capacity which could impact functions like defrosting turn signal functionality and driver assistance tesla said it would replace hardware for free as part of the recall but would do so in phases due to parts
Patrick Lencioni Discusses his Latest Book "The Motive"
"Patrick. What a thrill welcomed the dose of leadership. My friend is great to be with you. Let's i'm looking forward to the conversation. This isn't work for me. I love this is my favorite part of the day getting to interact and and mind meld with other leadership. Junkies like yourself just so you know. This show is turning eight years old next week. And when i sat down and made a list of the day that i said i'm going to do a podcast i reached out. I came up with a list about seventy people. I'd want to have on my show. You've been on my bucket list day one. So this is an eight eight year fruition. To me or dream come true. I guess whatever you wanna call it right so i really appreciate you coming on. That's great and you're doing podcast before it was popular. Yeah you know. It was funny. When when i started there was about three hundred. I think the number was three hundred and thirty. Five thousand ish active podcasts. Nowhere over a million now so saying you have a podcast is like saying yet running water in your apartment. Now everybody has everybody. Yeah we we started hours a about a year and a half ago. And i knew i was a late adopter because i was like. You know a podcast. Isn't that for young people but eight years ago. It wasn't on my. I knew what it was. I didn't so that's great. Yeah i didn't know. I didn't know much about him. I didn't know how to do one. And then i decided to do one so it was kind of like i can learn. I sent out the request for people to come on my show. Because i was trying to get more noticed in a noisy world right. That was kind of the. Yeah reasoning mind. And then when i had three people say yes and i couldn't believe they said yes. I figured this out. So i think that about their fortunately. There's a lotta gracious people out there. Who have podcasts. Who were more than willing to open up yet. They're curtain and show me what they did. So it's fun. I love it. I love podcasting. it's great me too me too. It's the when i do it when we do ours. That's my favorite thing i do. Yeah it's just and built a network. I didn't even think was feasible. Possible and eight years the the connections in the opportunities that i've had from doing this and for me. It's a personal accountability tool almost it reminds me of what type of leader. I should be right when you have conversations with top thought leaders keeps you in the game right. Yeah there's nothing like standing up and advocating for something and realizing. I guess i better do this only so true. Tell you the motive. I've been a huge fan of your work for years. Thank you the motive. I gotta tell you my favorite book you've ever done. I don't know it's almost like. I wish you would have wrote that from the beginning it. Well i say that. I it should be the first but if somebody were to take a stack of my books and said which of these should i start with. We we tell them the motive i written it. I yeah because it. It gave me some clarity about you. Know when i think back of the handful of organizations in the ceo's that i've coached in walked in you articulated gave me some clarity of it. Was that question of. I think in a roundabout way of asked that bananas explicitly as you did in this book like. Why do you even want to be. Nf i if i would have had that question armed. With that arrow in my quiver it would have saved me a lot of heartache. I think and i think even personally for me and some of my leadership journey to like asking the question. Why do i even want to be a leader. That's that's at the heart of what what the motive is right. Yes and i think that going to graduation ceremonies was one of the things it made me realize realize this. I mean i. I discovered this came up with this concept in this model if you will. It's not really model. But in working with a bunch of ceos in some of them weren't were rejecting my advice and i was like why and i thought you know. I don't know why they want to be a ceo. But i would go to graduations and people go go out there and lead change the world a leader and i always wanted to stand up and say no. Please don't do that unless you. You're doing it for the right reason. Yeah and most young people when they say be a leader. If you really broke it down. They'd say yes. Because i wanna be famous people to say. Wow you're a great leader and that's a terrible reason to be leader. Absolutely that's like somebody saying. I'm going to write a book. I don't know what i want to write about. But i've always wanted to just be an author and it's like no. You need to have something you want to say. Yeah you're a leader. You have to have a perspective that i actually want to accomplish something worthwhile. Yep then i will be a leader to do that.
Is it too late to get in to Bitcoin?
"Back in the day when amazon i one public it shot up roughly after some fits and spurts. It went up to about ninety dollars. You it was like i'm too late. Missed it gone. And then it capitulated down at shot all the way down to two and i was like it's gone amazon's finished not even gonna look at it and then it went back up to ninety. I missed it. I missed it again then. Went up to three hundred to four hundred. It's this constant m. I too late emmett too. Early internal struggle that we have in our brain. What do you think about that. Yeah i think this is exactly so what you're really describing is Things being relative and this is actually think the fundamentally challenging concept with something like bitcoin which is a paradigm shift so people think about bitcoin relative to other assets. If you call a lot of conversations i had in two thousand nineteen twenty twenty where around bitcoins volatility right but bitcoins volatility relative to what because volatility is a relative measure price when we talk about price it's a relative measure because what am i Pricing bitcoin and typically people are pricing in dollars so relatively speaking yes. Bitcoin is volatile compared to holding dollars. But if we compare bitcoin to say equities if you quainton bonds if we compare bitcoin to precious metals the volatility doesn't look so extreme. What really happened at the start of this year. In march of twenty twenty the world shifted the world changed completely and forty years of capital markets. Beliefs were shattered like smashed with a hammer completely shattered. Now changes really hard for people and one of the things. That's really interesting For me personally. I want things to go fast right. Because i've in crypto and things fast and like wait why has it taken a six years to get to this point but in reality as you know the arc of time is very long and it takes a lot of time for the world to change for people to internalize that change and adjust their mental models right and a big part of this in a big part of ice than so much time talking and writing and trying to teach and communicate is. It's really about giving people new frameworks mental models to help them. Integrate this new way of thinking these mental models into how they view the world trade. That's really important. I think there's so many. Brilliant people in crypto. Who do this in different ways. So we have this really broad cross section of people communicating a lot of ways talking to a lot of different audiences which is amazing. The we had this fundamental shift happened. Everything got everything else got crazy. It's not that bitcoin got crazy. That everything else got way freaking crazier and what i love is when i talk to people about. Bitcoin bitcoin to extensive. I'm like let me ask you a question. Did you did you. By tesla five hundred and yeah. Of course i did. Like tesla's going to and i'm like okay. So tesla has appreciated more this year than bill. Clinton has tesla appreciated close to seven hundred percent in two thousand twenty yet you bought at the high and they clean appreciated two hundred and fifty percent and twenty twenty yet. You refuse to buy so help me understand right even if we're using the same of dollars even if we're looking at the same volatility measure somehow bitcoin Why and then he will start thinking. They're like wait a minute because math is hard this we know the people just. They're not thinking logically for some reasons for some people when they think about bitcoin their brain goes into like a tailspin and logic goes out the window. But this is again why i think the collectibles narrative is in so interesting to me because when i say to people like do you know what a honus wagner card is. They're like yeah. Of course. I know i'm like i don't know like okay. One honus wagner card is two point five million dollars. Do you think bitcoin at twenty five thousand thirty five thousand forty thousand is expensive in there. Like probably not right. So let's dig into that tesla coin thing. What part of the fact that. Bitcoin is effectively. Founded by an an-and sushi. Who we do not know if it's a he she it what vs on. Musk pop very public. Are we in agreement. That's the toshi was the aliens. Are we doing alias. I'm kidding shocking. Oh every time. I hear that especially in clubhouse. Everyone's like oh yeah. It was created by the alien somebody yeah. Let's not do that you know. I'm already speculating. That twenty two thousand one. The aliens are finally come here and just completely take over. But i don't want to hear that. The ashley also created the nsa taverners been around for a while and then there's a holiday larue like there. What what part in in psychology because you talked to a lot of institutional investors to you talked to a lot of big money. What part of that psychology. That one you have a very public figure with ilan and then too you have associate whom no one really knows who it is what it is. What part of that you place until list. Yeah so i actually think. Bitcoin and tesla are very similar in one regard both are aspirational and let me explain what i mean by that. Bitcoin invites you to conceptualize the world in a different way. Tesla what eon has done with business. Ilan has memed a new reality into existence. The way he talks about tesla right is completely detached from the economic realities of that business. Completely detached from the economic realities of that business but it doesn't matter because the vision that ilan describes the persona that he has the cult of personality he's created around himself is aspirational grit song by the way cult of personality. That's a great song. it's also great like psychological phenomenon. And what. I think eli done so effectively is. He's the zeitgeist okay. Markets are just sentiment machines. And it's it's been really interesting. Because every value investor. I talked to like twenty twenty. Made their brains explode. It literally made their slowed. They're looking at these stocks trading at fourteen hundred two thousand three thousand acts he for pe ratio rate and their brains are exploiting. That's our valued. And i'm like you forgot that nothing acid matters anymore. We don't live in the world that you lived in two years ago. this is not about value. We live in a world where there is a lot of uncertainty uncertainty about the future uncertainty about the stability institutions uncertainty about our role in this world. That's unfolding and in times of uncertainty. What people look for is vision. Right and what elon. Musk articulates when you talks about going to mars when you talks about. Putting for tesla on mars. That's vision right. I think satory she in so many ways and what we're doing with. Bitcoin is very similar. And i caught this. I've been really obsessed with the idea of building cathedrals lately. It's like five hundred years ago. Right if i was a visionary and had suggested for the future and i wanted to express that the only way for me to create something that withstood the test of time right to create quote unquote immutable. Truth was to build a cathedral and cathedrals took hundreds of years to build and people who built them dedicated tremendous amounts of resources to building these amazing like technology a technologically very advanced like gravity defying beautiful structures and. Whenever people saw them they would feel inspired. Right like cathedrals were how we painted a vision for the reality we wanted to live in. Okay tesla is a cathedral. Bitcoin is a cathedral. The stocks that are soaring the assets that are doing well their assets that are aspirational right and their people. Whether it's a non community of people an individual it's groups of people who believe in a vision for the future that is radically different from the future. We live today but it creates a motion. Right people look at it and they're like that is beautiful. And i wanna live in not future
FAA steps up enforcement against unruly airline passengers
"Federal safety officials are announcing stricter enforcement against unruly airline passengers citing confrontations with Washington DC rioters the Federal Aviation Administration says there's been a quote disturbing increase in incidents where airline passengers have disrupted flights with threatening or violent behavior this includes confrontations over facemask rules and from recent violence at the U. S. capitol so the agency says it will no longer give initial warnings to unruly passengers it will immediately launch enforcement action penalties can include fines up to thirty five thousand dollars and jail terms for threats or assaults the flight attendants union says it's applauding this new policy of first strike your out Jackie Quinn Washington
Looking back: Tottenham Hotspur vs Liverpool, 1995
"Fa cup like little bit sparkle so far. So we thought we'd take you back to one. Thousand nine hundred tottenham against liverpool anfield jurgen klinsmann score in the winter to see spurs book. A place in the semifinal yorgen and robbo back with me. What was striking when you take a look at the goal is the celebration in the complete ecstasy from those on the bench for the spurs fans in attendance. It kind of brings you back to more of a day where you feel the. Fa cup was was more. Relevant was a bit extreme. I think you know. Obviously if the fans in the stands it's a whole different game and all suffering covid at the moment but but I i mean the experience. I had In those years in in england definitely river meaningful in terms of the fa cup Is a religion fully english. People is is is so important. Sometimes i mean. At least a tottenham my days it was almost more important than championship and And then when it happens maybe by accident that you win you know a quarterfinal game at liverpool. And they haven't won for many years and enfield road then then things are going bit out of control but you can just. You can just see how much it means to you to the fans to your your teammates as well it was going to be when goals spurs and when you're looking back not only. It was a very special moment that you obviously won the game identity. But but i never will forget that at that situation at that moment was just the way. The liberal ville faints basically on so we went to our corner. A lot of tottenham fans were and we we think them and applauded them. And and i will never forget. I turned around and i thought okay. The rest of the stadium is probably gone by because out there for ten minutes or something but they weren't there at the stadium was still packed and then we turned around and walked towards locker room and the whole stadium stood up and gave us standing ovations to liverpool. Fans did that. And that's what kind of i never experienced anything like that before. My career never ever afterwards because It shows you the understanding of the english fans when an away team is that given day a little better and then comes away with a win and they they all know al performance and there was something very unique in my my time when you speak to anyone who's played of that generation genuinely they say it was on a par with championship. Is that fair. It was it was above the championship. I'll give an example. If we played mentioned united home at highbury in a league match. You'd get thirty. Five thousand in the faa get sixty thousand and My biggest memory is an biggest atmosphere. That i played in was an fa cup semifinal against mentioned united played at villa park there was sixty thousand there and when we arrived to the ground to hop us one went out onto the pitch. At two o'clock the ground was full. The atmosphere was unbelievable. It was it was. It was meant to be a tough game. Pitches weren't particularly good. It was played on a bumpy pitch but the atmosphere was incredible. It was it was really what everybody wanted to win. And we could. We get to the fun on fortunate. We lost the game two one but it was It was always sticks in my memory will be the atmosphere both hostile and in terms of the just the noise that came out the ground.
How monkeys played an instrumental role in the development of polio vaccines
"In the nineteen forties. America was under a constant threat from polio. A disease that had a then unknown cause and devastating effects especially in children. It spread quickly through unclean water and unwashed hands leading to symptoms like nausea fatigue. Fever and a stiffening of the body summers especially saw surges infections particularly around swimming holes leading to post polio paralysis and in some cases death on average thirty five thousand people were disabled each year. According to the centers for disease control and prevention president franklin delano roosevelt was among the most notable people to get the condition putting a face to a still uncertain disease. A vaccine was desperately needed as scientists learned about the transmission process including the fact that anyone could be a carrier in the next few years rival scientists jonas and albert sabin worked with teams in their labs on two completely different vaccines. Sabin worked on an oral vaccine. While sulk created an injectable vaccine that using a kill version of polio in the book polio and american story. David m ocean ski writes about the urgency of work. During the time quote. I talk there was reason to hurry the year. Nineteen fifty two was the worst polio year. On record with more than fifty seven thousand cases nationwide the headlines screamed of plague season and polio time. Twenty one thousand victims suffered permanent paralysis and about three thousand died from the very beginning of the polio epidemic. Monkeys were considered to be essential for research before human trials could take place becoming the unsung heroes of the fight to defeat the disease was through animal research that scientists i discovered that there were three strains of the deadly disease. The monkeys were purchased at a high cost from india and the philippines and shipped to the united states. Many died in transit so the national foundation for infantile paralysis now known as the march of dimes began overseeing their import in nineteen forty nine. A foundation established a special facility known as ot farms and rural south carolina to process the monkeys arriving from abroad oak tree farms operated in the picnic colony a beaufort county in coastal south carolina. Originally called the prichard bill primate center. The forty acre or sixteen hectare tract of land along. The river was called by local newspapers. The ellis island for thousands of monkeys from india naturalist john. Hamlet had the job of finding a space for the primate center. That was both connected to deep water ports and airports but also remote enough for neighbors the area he chose closely approximated the natural habitats of the monkeys with its abundance of shady long leaf pines and a mild climate. The monkeys were originally brought into savannah. Georgia one of the region's biggest ports and taken by truck the thirty odd miles or fifty some kilometers to the farm. When air travel became more popular they were flown by a london and new york before travelling by train to the low country. Once they arrived at the farm veterinarians treated the two thousand or so recess and sign a mogus monkeys before clearing them for transport to research facilities around the country. The monkeys spent twenty one days. Getting acclimated and eating a special diet was scientists carefully monitoring their status many went to sell nukes facility in pittsburg and sabin in ann arbor where they were given vaccines to test the vaccine. Strength against the three strains of poliovirus a few locals were aware of the research that was going on at the farm. Despite rumors of people encountering the animals we were unable to discover any opposition to the research facility perhaps because it was not well known and also because opposition to using animals and testing was not very common at the time in the united states. The movement against animal testing didn't pick up steam until around nineteen eighty in any case. The farms purpose wasn't permanent. Once sox polio vaccine was deemed a success and released to the public in nineteen fifty-five the work of qatif arms was no longer necessary and the facility closed in nineteen fifty-nine saban's oral vaccine came into use in nineteen sixty one the foundation that had established the facility. Its attention to reducing premature births. The monkeys found new homes and labs across the country. According to a former employee named louise crawford things at the farm were left just as they were including the monkey cages. A caretaker kept the grass and plant life at bay. The lab was locked up ready for someone new to take on the important task of preparing monkeys for research but that day never came in nineteen eighty the land and its contents were sold to development group. The lab equipment was donated to a local school science department while a farmer claimed the former monkey cages for his own animals. Today acreage along. The river is mostly residential and privately owned thanks to south and saban's vaccines polio cases of plummeted from three hundred and fifty thousand nine. Nineteen eighty eight to just twenty two in two thousand seventeen
"thirty five thousand" Discussed on KTOK
"Than thirty five thousand dollars nineteen arrest in northern Oklahoma after a nationwide FBI led investigation into child sex trafficking Jim Forsyth reports also US attorney Trent shores says all of the suspects use the internet to reach out and engage child victims virtually any social media application any website any community gaming forum that your children may participate in could make them vulnerable could give a child predator access he says the suspects face charges in state and federal court he says in addition to the arrest for child victims of alleged sex trafficking in northern Oklahoma were rescued the city of Edmonds says the police shooting of a naked unarmed black teenager in April was justified the city filed its answer in Oklahoma City federal court in response to a civil rights lawsuit filed back in may by seventeen year old Isaiah Lewis's parents the city contains laws were shot after he was in their words ineffectively tasered police say Louis broke into a home and a sold at officers who had followed him inside and a taser didn't stop him when they didn't they shot him I'm Brian again in other news to former prison guards have been arrested Beth Myers reports two former guards who worked at the North Fork correctional center in fair have been arrested and charged with distributing methamphetamine this after a cell phone found on an inmate who was a gang member showed communication between me and made and one of the former guards thirty six year old Michael washer and forty two year old Travis washer are married and after the phone was found their housing canoe was searched and DO see officers found more than seventy grams of methamphetamine and eleven cell phones the washers space up to forty years in federal prison if they are convicted looks like we won't get.
"thirty five thousand" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"I guess thirty five thousand pounds of coke was removed from the international drug trade pipeline at arrived at port Everglades yesterday. The drugs seized in twenty one separate operations in international waters. Mexico in central and South America offloaded from the coast guard cutter forward for cocaine estimated wholesale value of four hundred sixty six million dollars. That didn't come over the border from Mexico. I don't know the drugs came over the border damn are. We're gonna do now. Get it over here. I guess other ways is that what happened? Well, that's a lot of coke, man. People still do coke. I guess they go. You know what I'm talking about? They used to be a time. Where like coke was everybody was talking about. You don't hear about it anymore? What's the the opioids are the big the new the new drug, right? That's the one that everybody seems to be doing coke seems to be passe coke is like. Well, they're never so yesterday. So 'nineties, man. Well, there is a small handful of people apparently who aren't doing it right now. Yeah. Well, clearly, I mean for thirty five thousand pounds of it to say, yeah. Yeah. Yes. I mean, I I just don't hear about, you know, you'll hear about the guy who has gone into rehab for coke. You hear about the people wanting to react for opioid abuse. You know what? I mean, you hear that. About the coke. So I don't know. It's interesting. But of course, where else is gonna end up in Florida, and it's sort of the state seal should just be like a coke spoon. A nostril giant poppy. Yeah. All right. Garett you ready to lay it on us. We're gonna do a little something called stump? The pre millennials we placed up the millennial on Friday route five forty Garrett actually did very well last week. What are you waiting for ten less? Like your best week ever. I did do very well. All right. Any questions? Very easy. Hey did manage to divulge the score at the fair when I saw. Yeah. Man, proud you. Why not? The proud peacock that you are go for it. Why not? All right. So we figured we'd have them turned the tables. See how we do with something prima Linea ten questions. I do. I hope they're not nerd geek questions that only you and your friends would know they gotta be they gotta be pop culture questions. They gotta be akin to the way the questions we give you very easy questions just happens to be questions from like the last ten years and that like twenty five years ago. I think for the most part, they are all very easy might be easy. There might be one that trips you guys up, but this should not be a hard. All right. So you ask the question, and then Ron, and I will both give answers and we'll see which one. Gets the most gets the most. Okay. All right. All right question. Number one question. Number one. Yup. What band is made up of the following members? Okay. Travis Baker, Matt's Kabbah, and Mark hops. Musician. Popular night, I stopped with the Google. The answer. Got a computer right in front of you. All right. I'm gonna say limp Iskit went biscuit. Okay. Third eye blind. Unfortunately, you're both wrong. This was a point eighty two the same thing..
"thirty five thousand" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Thirty five thousand dollars a year. And that is their only income. He's living in his mom's house. And now she is very upset because she thought that she was going to be taking care of by him. And so they're both coming from different sides asking for advice from me. And my first thought was oh, boy, what would a good a long day. So so what he's supposed to take care of his mother. Supposed to take care of his body. He brought his wife over from a different country. Honestly, it'd be lives in his mother's house. And so the disagreement is what? She wants to be she wants him to be more independent. She wants to have a place of their own, but she doesn't have the money for it. And so yes, okay. Well, they make thirty five thousand dollars a year. Right. Yeah. And when she go into work. At we're really not sure she in in her home country. She was a psychologist. She had the start of tation, and she now has to get recertified in the United States and order to continue that and she then workers something else while that's happening though. Yeah. And she's she's being very stubborn like right now, they're not even living together. And he's giving her all these different options on we're married. Not living together. Now that just got married. Yes. Well, so he's he's been taken to the cleaners a mail order brides. What's happened? Pretty much, but her her family is actually here. She does have family members that live right next door to my parents law, which is how they met. But. And the family is very much for your question. I mean, this guy has marriage trouble. And it sounds like he's been scammed. So how are you going to help him? I don't think you can help him. He's trying to figure out how they can how can make her happy and chain figure out. We've already figured out. What makes her happy? Do you ever everything she wants, and then some and that's called Princess syndrome? So no, you can't you can't make apprentice happy princesses have to grow up and become women. What would I have to tell her just put on our big girl Taylor anything? She hadn't asking you. He was actually she. She a message the other. Yeah. And and that's the other thing is that she's she doesn't speak any English. So we have to speak through Google translate for everything. And she's she's having a hard time coping with that fact as well. So. Yeah..
"thirty five thousand" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Was the thirty five thousand. It was student loans all of it. Yes. You kicked old Sallie Mae out? He's gone. I love it kicker to the car. She's gone well done well done. So what happened twelve months ago? The put you guys on this journey. Well, David goes a little bit farther back than that in two thousand eight we went through financial peace with our Saul groups, and we actually had about eighty thousand dollars in debt at that time. We never added to the debt since then, but we never really got intense about getting rid of it. So you flunk. I'm sorry. She took the class ten years ago in flunked, it we didn't we know? Okay. So in the last twelve months, we just we had enough. So we paid off the remaining thirty five thousand. Okay. So you knew what to do. But you just reached your point. You got we got a knock this out. Now. Exactly. So what what caused that final conversation twelve months ago? We were making too much to be in a situation that we were in. Okay. So who's idea was this who who said we're going to turn up the heat? You're town mind. Okay. So Tim, she walks in and goes, hey, we're about to all the sudden get serious. What'd you say? That sounds like a great idea. I'm tired of it too. And I think it just kind of click to that point. I think one of the bring it up and she brought it up and. Yeah. When added cool, what do you tell people the key to getting out of debt is? I think the focus and commitment on the goal and commitment to just do whatever it takes to get rid of that debt. Good for you, guys. Well done. How's it feel great? You're finally there. Don't you wish you done it five years ago? Oh, exactly. That's the hardest. Part of the whole thing is we could have done it long time ago. Amazing amazing. Very cool. Good for you. Well, done we got a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you, retire inspired. That's the next chapter in your story to be millionaires and outrageously generous as you. Go along. Well done you two very proud of you. Tim and Daphne Joplin, Missouri. Thirty five thousand dollars paid off in twelve months making sixty to seventy two Kelly down. Let's hear a debt free scream..
"thirty five thousand" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Made thirty five thousand dollars well in today's today's world thirty five thousand dollars a year is not as good as it was say back in nineteen eighty two so they will go back to that thirty five thousand that you made in one thousand nine hundred two and inflation index it so at that point it becomes rather than thirty five thousand it becomes something greater eight ten thousand earned in nineteen eighty probably inflation indexed up into the fifty thousand dollar right yeah something like that fifty thousand become one of his best thirty five maybe maybe not what does that thirty from nineteen eighty thirty eight years ago whoa thirty eight years ago okay yeah so it's probably he might have had thirty five years after that year so they may not even be using that year even inflation indexed yeah but what you can do if you wanted to project out your benefit you do this i guess you is it you don't have to go to my social security do well my social security is a personal site inside of the social security administration is something they tried to get everybody to do and you will do when you sign up for benefits because that's where you put in your formation as far as where you want your direct deposit to go and you can do some changes of their but prior to actually signing up for social security they pushed a lot of us into you know hey get your own my social security account and you can look at your statement you know your projection any day of the week you want you can check your you can check your permission and they wanted to do that rather than mailing those statements out because they stop mailing this statement out for a while because they were trying to get everybody to go online not everybody went online as the older folks and they can play that they weren't getting their benefits statement that the statement the projections so if you sign up for my social security account you won't get one in the mail if you did not sign up for my social security account you'll get one in the mail every five years every with it ends at zero or five.
"thirty five thousand" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Thirty five thousand dollars and seven months go and your range of income during that time we started at about sixty and we went up to one hundred and thirty five over doubled your income how did you do sound like somebody got a job yeah well we're really blessed and the same month that i graduated my master's degree and began working also received a promotion at work okay cool so what's your masters in occupational therapists oh nice ding dang which right into that field that'll make money good what do you do it i'm a manager for in and out burger don't great okay great company very good way to go you guys good what kind of debt was the thirty five thousand well it was all mine about twenty five thousand dollars my student loans and ten was my car okay how long have you guys been married i just had two and a half years okay cool so you're in school you graduate from school but while you're doing that you got this going tell me the story what happened well we knew once i graduated with my masters that we wanted to pay off our debt right away so we didn't have a specific plan now on your podcast so inserted a convincing me i need to listen and we need to sit down and go over budget and a baby it's a really turned us year direction and we started getting really strict on on a budget and as soon as i started working we pretty much just through all my income i bet wow very cool good for you guys very very well done so what do you tell people the key to getting out of debt is well i i would say one of the most important thing is it'd be their partner and making sure that you guys dream together and another big part for us especially living in la is to not be in competition with the joneses because those things really don't matter because you got so much ready you know yeah it's pretty easy to get caught up in the loving other people's life instead of yours is rachel says right and i'm a huge book and i wanna give a shout out to my older sister karen who got me on your plan she's a huge fan of yours okay very cool garage relations you got so how does it feel to knock that out that fast seven months yeah i can't even tell you it is awesome go ahead it was a little concern when i taught we made our final payment we had about forty dollars checking account we had her a new direct deposit coming in the next day we're just so excited when that time came to make last payment on my car that you know we just went for dad i love it well way to go you too you've been leaning in i'm proud of you very well you got a copy of chris hogan's book for you retire inspired we want that to be the next chapter in your story that you become millionaires now thank you how old are you too i'm twenty five and i'm twenty three wow yeah millionaires millionaires in your future without a doubt i think so i think as long as you stay away from the debt and you continue to live like you've been learning this is pretty incredible staff yeah so all right barrett at chelsea los angeles thirty five thousand dollars paid off in seven months making sixty two one thirty five count it down let's hear a debt free scream okay ready three two.
"thirty five thousand" Discussed on The Confessionals
"Horizon of the earth from outer space it's flat line and they're like see there's no curvature but i'm like there's vantage points here that you have to consider about how close was the camera to the earth now if the camera was thirty five thousand miles on the outside of the atmosphere and you're taking the picture of the looks like that's one thing but if you're just getting to the point where you're leaving the atmosphere and you're pretty close to the earth stone you take that picture i mean maybe you don't see the curvature because you're so close in the earth is so big from your perspective still like an aunt on a ball i mean like depends you see we go what maybe thirty to thirty five thousand feet up only flying airplane and even at that point it's hard to tell you know because the atmosphere at that point still pretty thick and you're also trying to get you have to get high enough in order to really start to see any sort of curvature you know you can only say that there's a little bit of a gradient between when you're looking over the ocean and the horizon but they're still not enough for you to see on the surface the curve and the same thing goes with flying at thirty five thousand feet he still don't see the curve quite as much as what you think you would so that that always leads me to back you know they could be on something while i'll tell you i mean the one of the things that flutters talk about why and i'm not knocking flatter because i'm looking into it for reason because i just want truth like i don't care like i heard a flatter say that he gets so mad when people say one is a matter anyways of earth is flat around and that's kind of my perspective of things i don't really care either way if the if i find out today the earth's flat i'm gonna wake up tomorrow i'm still gonna post the show i'm still going to go to the store and get my groceries i'm going to go to work on monday you know what i mean like i agree with you i it's not gonna change my life but at the same time now if you take the faith aspect of things in in the play it is pretty important because say you're you become a flatter and you're you're in eighth theus that doesn't believe there is a god and things like that will if you throw out the heliocentric model of the earth out the window and all of a sudden you're gonna flat earth it's been intentionally created for you alone a points towards a creator and so i could see how because i've heard of so many people who started becoming like faithbased people whether it's christian or whatever it is because they became flat earthers right i mean we have the science that bases everything based upon spears orbiting another sphere and when you would have a desk or even you know an oval sort of object a rotating around sphere it really wouldn't quite you know pan out the same way and especially like you said a planet created specifically or even you know if you look at it evelyn evolved specifically to be a desk that you know rotates a son specifically for you i mean i don't know there's a lot of factors in there so no i get it i mean and so when i look at this stuff though i mean one of the things.
"thirty five thousand" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A monthly story about about tesla there they built a giant tend to ramp up their model three production this is one of my favorite stories of the year okay let's hear it this is the craziest story of the year so tesla has been promising for a considerable period of time that they would get production of the model three that's the new compact sedan that's the car that was supposed to be thirty five thousand dollars that they were gonna get production up to five thousand units a month and they'd really hope to do that sometime last year that didn't happen at all sorts of production staff who's trying to go to this sort of mass production and it hasn't happened yet this year it happens last week that part of the respect it happened because tesla built a gigantic tent outside of their factory and set up a second assembly line in the ten oh my god near as i can tell they produced about a thousand vehicles in the tent in about four thousand vehicles in the factory and they hit their five thousand units crazy absolutely nuts the now now in addition to building this giant tent and manufacturing did they have to hire more people did must have to go out and hire more people that's a good question i don't know the answer to that but i suspect they had to bring it at least some extra yeah because it was a separate line so i'm gonna assume they did yeah now some people are saying that this one expert of chicken to call that insanity what where do you fall on that it is insanity but musk is it's got the habit of doing everything he can to prove people wrong and and no one he was ever gonna hit five thousand units so he's talking about six thousand years by the end of next month probably not going to happen because tensing cannot be a permanent situation right and where is it located right outside it seems to be right outside the factory yeah this is their fremont california factory that they had purchased from toyota some years ago that's great that's great now in addition to that i mean i it brings up a story that you wrote called dancing on tusla's grave yeah where you why are so many members of the automotive media rooting for tesla to fail what did you you wrote that piece tell us about that one yeah increasingly i'm seeing a certain amount of hostility mostly in social media not as much an actual published work but more on social media towards tesla and and i completely understand how elon musk has rankled winkled the nerves of people watching this happen because he does not play by standardized roles he says things that he did he doesn't keep promises that any other auto executive would be expected to keep so it's just a wacko down there that would upset people but on the other hand has done some amazing things and one of the reasons i wrote those pieces because i'm really concerned that tesla did nearing the end of its functional it's functional existing yeah and this is because the federal tax credits seventy five hundred dollars credit that people get so purchasing a vehicle that they could take off the taxes are about to run out for tesla and this this is this is interesting point for two reasons one they're going to somehow have to deal with the fact that you're just suddenly became seventy five hundred dollars or expensive but secondly i think it's worth noting that tesla became the first company to do this in america i mean there's something to be said for being the first company sell two hundred thousand electric vehicles yeah and i think that's kind of getting lost in this you it's impossible to call failure because they've accomplished so much yeah i mean that makes sense but also you know talking about this tom you're saying that tesla's future is in jeopardy probably but then you know you're talking about a guy who thinks out of the box and things kind of crazy out of the box while that's happening while the the numbers don't look so good for tesla he went and just built a giant tent and i mean this is the way this guy works is there any has anybody ever liked sat down there haven't been any kind of long interview with this guy just about the tesla park not the space part there is i found the interviews that.
"thirty five thousand" Discussed on Talking Tesla
"Hi for everything and then once they done with it here's your local division so he's saying he said in the owners coal in the shareholder school that we physically can't do it right now but they didn't really explain why we physically conduit run goes we have a beck load of much more expensive profitable the do so we'll see thome it's a good question once they get the ramp to ten thousand i think then that can go okay five there's another cheap hasn't inexpensive and how many of those people on the list for thirty five thousand dollar cars are not going to buy it at forty thousand i don't know but we do know that twenty five percent of people who are initially on that list have jumped off because various reasons we note exactly show there's been various reporting that its just taken too long they needed the cow they bought another but we don't know how many people being sort of replaced but most kind of almost more importantly and i feel for a lot of people is how many of the people who are waiting for the thirty five thousand dollar car or going to get any federal tax rebate looks like zero at this rare are we right now with that do we know well someone put out a great graph where they speculated that tesla will hit the end of the federal tax rebate in quarter three i have a question though so does that mean i need to do my taxes early or doesn't matter because i bought it in january i'm here good good but they're building so many of these there the federal tax credit is going around that's why the thirty five thousand ella vision becomes important for a lot of people so let's talk about supercharge expansion because really the key to the tesla again let me go back in time a little bit the key to the tesla being car that can take a mercedes and bayan w is that it's a real cop at least in california and a lot of the united states because i can drive it anyway tom can go to vegas and stopping get full bucks worth of electronic right and i like i i want to reiterate i it's weird right because i literally that's the only time i've ever used super charger that's traveling that was the only time so you know we talk about it ad nauseam is it important isn't important it's so psychologically important it doesn't matter if it's important or not because it's psychologically the thing and that's what i've realized after owning it and not going to the super charger and it's not that i'm not going to the super charger because i have to pay for them or it might be because i have one at home maybe i would have no options there's not really a close hooper charter to my house yet and to go either to westlake or still to burbank right and i have to pay but again that psychological barrier is huge yeah i mean it's a anti convenience factor you want the car that does one hundred percent of what you wanna do bicycling hundred percent so the chevy volt great cow it's put ninety five percent of the time but if i want to vegas it's time to buck superchargers supercharge absolutely fundamental to that psychological barrier of saying this is real you can go anywhere i'm worried about soup judge network it's not growing enough but i got some good news hey ready for some good news let's say some good news and supercharge expansion going really well we're almost ten thousand charges worldwide and goes to go almost anyone using the tennessee peja system we're excited about the next generation suva charger that is it's mostly finishing design and we'll go to production hopefully end this year so super generation three will will be quite a dramatic improvement wanna say about announcement full when when it deploys which is hopefully later this year and then when we had that system in place then we're going to.
"thirty five thousand" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Tenth of their population that we dropped more bombs on north korea than we did in the pacific theater during world war two we dropped thirty five thousand tons of napalm north korea many of it on civilians so imagine that i mean they see a million people dying hundreds of thousands of civilians a country that has still not recovered to this day because of this american bombardment and then we enter into an armistice and with part of one of the provisions was no nuclear weapons on the korean peninsula who violates that the united states we violated the armistice that we negotiated with them basically at gun point so they have every reason in the world to blame america for the current state of there and then you talk for generations of brainwashing that the kim's have done to their people and pointing the finger at us for sanctions but the storm this study view us as the reason that they're starve that's only because of the propaganda i think of the north korea regime of kim jong and also i trust issues on both sides yeah we're gonna let's not forget so if you and i have to tell you this some behalf of the united states of america hold on out sorry at seven thirty five if general macarthur if you just let them go there will be no problem now it would be north korea south korea reunified i'm telling you left it to the generals let's not forget north korea's run by a dictator they don't exactly have a democratic state there i mean so again it's a vicious until the eighties was basically a military that's true let's let's remember i mean he's he's been going forward with this signing this with president with president trump etc etc but again until action is taken i don't believe anything the guy says i hope that they start the process i hope that it starts immediately i hope that trump is proven right here you have then then you know his critics who've been lambasting him for for months now over a year maybe at some point you go all right maybe this guy's got is doing something i'm amazed at the speed in which this took place how quickly they ran through everything now let's see what happens it's the high bar shirt now with the high bar he's guy authoritative and and he's got credibility out.
"thirty five thousand" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"We paid up thirty five thousand eight months okay very cool and making what grant kind of income during that a much one twenty two thirty great very cool and what kind of debt was the 35000 credit cards student loan standalone you know we're normal normal people not anymore now you're weird got anymore right very cool what happened eight months ago um well would start only after the holidays can you know monthly bills came in and then you know like looking to build who's like uh we're still patriots to paycheck and we're just like stick no sick and tired of being in dad and wondering where all her money was going and then one day knowledge you know my lunch break i found your show on the radio here in albuquerque and so i started listening to it uh then we read the total money makeover you got that and then uh we cited to do the baby steps talked to amanda and she was fully on board with it and then uh yeah we logged aren't every you know we win uh every day you know every dollar and then we create our first budget and then after that you know we realise colleagues we know we're you know we noticed we're all the money was going to is just like on just you know stuff that you know we really do need so you know after we uh you apply it to the debt you know we're like ha this is actually working aren't you very cool hello us been married.
"thirty five thousand" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Mike starts off this hour embattled creek michigan hey mike how are you got ta by you better than i deserve what's up bomb on two thousand dollars kevin some trouble one and i'm starting to pay off my debt my question is i owe about thirty five thousand dollars to the irs and i'm also behind on my property taxes so do i put those in front of my other debt or do i how much you'll on property taxes about four thousand incoming mortar household income uh right around seventy five and co why are you 35000 behind with the kgb i mean how rush uh i owned business and i find that they've kept getting more and more and to find that had the just give it up but i kept on to a longer than it should have obviously and you didn't keep up with your taxes ochre uh no i didn't um i had a lot of illness in my family and i wasn't able to touch it are do you have that on an installment plan right now yes i do good okay as long as you're paying that they generally will not jump in an screw up your life two severely um so yeah i'm going to clear up the property taxes uh for first and then the irs second for this reason uh number one the property taxes are significantly smaller than you'll be able to knock them out pretty quick can be done with it number two you've got the irs on an installment plan so they're not gonna come after you they you know property taxes will though if you don't buy 'em you're gonna have a problem so yeah i'm going to go ahead and clear that and then i'm gonna work on the irs and then i'm gonna work on the rest of my dad's but let's clear the irish before you clear any other deaths.
"thirty five thousand" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"This hour of the show is brought to you by last pass the password manager i personally used last past let you easily secure organize and manager loggins and passwords ride at your fingertips visit last pass dot com slash dave that's last pass dot com slash dave and live from the headquarters of ramsey solutions it's the dave ramsey show a work that is dumb cash is king and up paid off home mortgage has taken the place of the bmw as the status symbol of choice i am daveramsey your host this is your show we invite your calls toll free and nationwide at triple eight eight two five five two two five that's triple eight eight two five five two two five mike start solve this hour embattled creek michigan hey mike how are you paul w better than i deserve what's up bomb i'm gonna keep my fouls and dollar so just having some trouble one and i'm starting to pay off my debts my question is i all about thirty five thousand dollars to the irs i'm also behind that my property taxes so do i put those in front of my other debt or do i always a much deal on property taxes uh about four thousand anchor what's your household income uh right around seventy five and so why are you 35000 behind with the kgb on the irs uh i owned business and i find the ad they've kept getting lower and more and business to find that had to just give it up i i kept on to a longer than i should have obviously and you didn't keep up with your taxes okay uh no i didn't um i had a lot of illness for my family and i wasn't able to don't you are do you have that on installment plan right now yes i do good okay as long as you're paying that they generally will not jump in an screw up.
"thirty five thousand" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"The initial target that jayco set the president of unusually said when he came to office of creating thirty five thousand megawatts of new electricity and banou power plants is actually not not only did not can be achieved but it it will miss its mark by it will only achieve less than half of that number thirty five thousand megawatts to give you a sense is about a fifth of uk's total outputs this was a massive number the problem is that although you know the target is is well intentioned and indonesia has at the same time this kind of electric eishin program going on to electrify more and more the country the jakoet's administration has largely been plagued with problems in terms of infrastructure it has failed uh overall in terms of reforming its oil industry it just had the problems with the freeport mcmillan of mcmillan recently in terms of the mining renegotiate its mining lessons and of course in terms of in infrastructure it really has been able to to generate the changes that was first imagined okay well moving finally alone and this is also uh from indonesia this is from tempo a story about is okay all right so going to me why bshares had me nattering yeah all right when the new governor of jakarta was running if you remember the campaign that they ran it was highly populous there was a lot of islamic themes these were there was a a whole array of sharia promises that were made one of these promise beginning to see the problem what are these promises promises was to divest.
"thirty five thousand" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Proposed budget breaks the trump campaign pledge by making massive cuts to medicaid and medicare a man from huntington park called the office creeper has been caught and that south thanks to an anonymous tech center glendale police not tip identified anthony fear i'll left the man who would walk through offices in arcadia glendale burbank antacid dina and steel wallets and purses that were unattended police said a search of his home provided evidence tying him to various thefts the area has been charged with fourteen felony counts which include commercial burglary identity theft and grand theft he also has nine previous violent felony convictions red sea over there i kfi a findings tesla has released between four hundred and seven hundred employees this week after their performance reviews word of the departures which the company stress were dismissals and not laos first emerged through a report by the mercurynews of san jose de palo altobased company said earlier in october that production bottlenecks had left it behind schedule for its model three release those let go included engineers managers and sales staff just as the company led by entrepreneur ilan musk prepares to release its model three sedan later this month the new tesla's start at thirty five thousand dollars and the home in northern california of the cartoonist who created peanuts has burned to the ground in the deadly wildfires the widow of charles scholtz was able to escape the house in santa rosa schulte son says the home and all of its contents or destroyed including peanuts memorabilia melted the artist work is safe and secure though and the charles m schulz museum in santa rosa on traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic.
"thirty five thousand" Discussed on WFLA News Radio
"Percent but the federal tax burden per taxpayer jumped from fifteen inflationadjusted forty six fears ago to thirty five thousand dollars each and now let's look at the political bigger picture there are many reasons why this is a scandal he says starting with the fact that despite this tax burden reality politicians often boast about how tax rates are much lower than they were a nineteen sixty one you see folks i run into this on a weekly basis i talk declined to say chuck this is unbelievable on pay more tax in retirement than the amount of tax i was paying in my peak wage earning years and the fact is that the next part of the scandal is that the federal debt is still growing north of twenty trillion dollars and counting but the biggest reason this is a scandal jake says is that all the new taxes that are responsible for this massive jump in our costs or hidden in the fine print i some of you i had a gentleman that complementary he's been listening to me every sunday now for about gosh half a decade and i'm sure he's heard me say this but look at your most recent hotel bill or your cell phone bill builders three other taxes there that at a very very quickly and it's the new taxes that to the federal government that's hard to keep track of granted some of those new taxes are for generally more popular programs he says which are like medicare medicaid see those weren't tax back in nineteen sixty one it 'cause they didn't exist in social security member with which was promising ever be taxed yet alex eighty five percent.