21 Burst results for "Thirty Nine Thousand Dollars"

"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

"Let's look closer at peter thiel and his billion dollar raf remember our recent episode about roth. Ira's of course you. I mentioned that you're probably not gonna get rich off your roth. Ira so you're thinking. What the fuck nickel. I could've used my role to become a billionaire. Why didn't you cock block my wallet. Business trust me. i didn't. You'll remember that the annual contribution limit for a roth. Ira is six thousand dollars. And typically you can't accumulate billions of dollars with six thousand dollars a year propublica points out that in recent years the average value of a roth. Ira at any given time was about thirty nine thousand dollars but if european till you have opportunities that the rest of us don't have see. There are two kinds of banking in this world. There is banking for people. Like you and me where we have to call the number on the back of our cards to get anything done with our bank account. But then there's banking for people like peter who go golfing with the ceo of their bank and have their account rep on speed dial because business owners alike. Peter thiel can make banks big money if they ipo. So mr till took the six thousand dollars in his roth..

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"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

GSMC Movie Podcast

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

"Atta make an rounding out universal pictures. Clean sweep of the top. Three spots at the box office was the forever purge because for some reason people just love seeing a society with absolutely rules where torture and murder go completely unpunished. But once again. I cannot deny that the purges franchise model certainly works and certainly draws in audiences so all in all universal made a whole ton of money last week and some other films that managed to perform fairly well at the box office included a quiet place part two which managed to gross over seven million dollars. Rain is running. Total to over one hundred. Forty seven million making it. The highest grossing film at the domestic market this year and the pressing question at the box office right now is whether or not if nine will overtake it and because we live in an unjust world it most definitely will in the coming weeks but my continued hatred of the fast and furious franchise side another film. That did respectable business was the hit. Man's wife's body erred starring. Ryan reynolds samuel l. jackson and salma hayek was able to rake in five million dollars at the box office as that film. Religious seems to be performing off of word of mouth considering that its debut week was fairly lacklustre but then again you have to remember. It debuted on wednesday for some reason. It had a tremendous second week in theaters and has continued to do respectable business since so hats off to that trio of the hitman. The wife anna bodyguard and other news. Crew ella and peter rabbit to the runaway. We're both able to snag. Four million dollars and there was a trio films that managed to clear the two million dollar mark including the conjuring. The devil made me do it. The new release zola which featured on a previous episode of the podcast and that involves a stripper. That takes a road trip to florida. And wouldn't you know it gets caught in a prostitution ring and yes if you are wondering that movie is based on a true story and not only a true story but a set of tweets. Oh and in the heights. Also nate too many dollars as well. And i know all of you out. There are tracking the status of the movie twelve mighty orphans. As much as i am it pains me to inform all of you that it fell out of the top ten in terms of box office gross and it was only able to draw in four hundred thirty nine thousand dollars last week. I know disappointing. But we have to take a lesson from those orphans and persevere so that will pretty much do it for the box office support and shifting gears into our feature film of the segment and that is gunpowder milkshake which is a very ridiculous title and the story itself as the ridiculousness match. It stars karen gillian and lena. Hiti with hiti scherzer. Being a stone. Cold assassin with gillian playing her daughter who is separated from her mother..

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"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"You're going to help the people that don't what they're doing now another group you're having no no they say i know i know this is not the most they say i know and i don't care and they say i'm playing this game. It's a game and they're trying to show that this whole thing that game if it is a game to me. That's a very sad reality. A sad outcome. Because i think it unfortunate long-term creative board if there was distrust in the marketplace. To begin with this to me underlines. I wouldn't even take it further. I'm going to talk about what the fed's going to do. But i want to take one step further and tied back to what druckenmiller said when he was on that these budgets in the body administration is going to politicize the fed by sort of co-opting the fed to allow them to do what they wanna do. They are enabling this massive expansion in fiscal policy. And the problem is if you end up getting inflation and frankly even if you donald the debt is going to be so big. We're right now. In the crux of when the demographic when the baby boomers accelerate in terms of of getting medicare medicaid social security. That stuff writers were doing that. We just put six trillion of new debt on again all enabled by the fed. There's a journal piece here biden's budget signal to the fed in this latest budget. Do you know what the highest yield on the ten. Your forecast in this budget is for the next ten years to point the highest eight even when inflation is well above. They're they're more or less telling the fed. Look we need you for this. We need you to keep the these ten years. The fed's not going to be able to keep it that they could if they if they if they always do some type of of qe or some type of if they don't totally taper if they don't totally get out of market so don't you think that is not the only totally hiding the fed's stimulus stimulus is to blame. I think to a large degree stimulus is probably to blame. I mean why does someone need to get blamed. Now that the little guys finally be able to stick it to all your hedge fund friends. Why do we took what happens. How does this end if you've seen this because this kind of story play out before somebody gets left holding the bag and that's the question one yesterday said fundamentals eventually always take over. I don't know what happened. Game stops back to three hundred isn't it one. Is that going to take over. It's close to where is it just so this may toting up. Time might argue eighty two. I could at least come up with a rationale on game. Stop if i wanted to netflix. Type thing much harder to do with. Amc i know this is what about bed bath and beyond we know. What's there we go there. It's our place i mean. They do have grill. Scrapers okay. that's not. You would think that you squeeze them in water comes out on. My question is if you're gary gansler and you're watching this besides thinking man. I need a drink because this is a problem. But i accept nothing illegal in this no but again it goes to this. Larger issue of the system is this an effort to blow up the system. Do distrust this. They're arguing buyer. Beware this let it happen and people will learn on stimulus money anyway but it is. You know they're they're home. They're not worth. they were unemployment. Just putting it on game stop. And that's it. I don't know that's a bad I think that's a lazy sort of an explanation for it. I don't really believe that. I just said it. I i need to say whenever. I'm not serious i because i don't need your twitter the backlash i'm pulling for these guys maybe. Amc the free popcorn. I don't know what that that's worth. Ten twelve billion easy isn't it. What was the other thing. They did discounted ticket tickets. How about decent movies is that part of the equation. Is there ever going to be coming. Why you making no. I'm just saying there's going to be some good movies coming visit. Have we spent too much time talking about mc. I don't know this is the issue with all of us back in studio. Look at twenty minute wait. A minute is a camera so we started next unsquashed pod. Miami is gearing up for in crypto palooza. This weekend mayor francis suarez is betting on bitcoin for his city and for his portfolio. I haven't bought the dip yet. But but i'm planning to what exchange is now a podcast. I'm brian sullivan. Join me as we hit the biggest money stories from around the world breaking down the risks and rewards of global. Trade the news. You need to know what real world actionable advice. Even a little fun and unique content. You won't get anywhere else like the most random but interesting thing you'll hear all day subscribe to the worldwide exchange podcast. Today you're listening to swap odd from cnbc. Here's andrew ross. Sorkin check on crypto right now because bitcoin has been moving of this morning and in the upward direction right now. You're looking at Bitcoin up three percent of little over thousand bucks at thirty nine thousand dollars. Also a theory and also doj coin. You're looking at a theory him up three percent. You're looking at doj coin. Also on the move this morning though Down just slightly. This is all happening against the backdrop of a massive conference. That's taking place this week. Because the crypto elite and thousands of other investors have descended on the city of miami for the largest crypto gathering ever. It's it's called bitcoin. Twenty twenty one is right now. Is the mayor of that city of miami francis mars. Good morning to you. Mr mayor approved being with us You you have as we just said the bitcoin elite or the crypto elite. All in your city. You've you've you've almost tried to rebrand the city around crypto. What does that look like to you right now. In terms of just the both the energy that's coming off of it but what you actually want the city to be when it relates to crypto. Well first of all the energy is off the charts as you said. It's the largest bickering conference ever been reports. That bitney thousand people will be attending the bitcoin conference in one way shape or form and it's already changed sitting works. We had large crypto exchange. Change out of hong kong of by the naming rights to what was formerly the american airlines arena are two hundred billion dollar deal and that two hundred hundred dollar deal became a summer jobs program and became a strategy to combat done binds which is something upgrades every large urban city. So we're starting to see foods of that rebranding. We wanna be a senior focuses on the next series of technological advances artificial intelligence of course crypto biotech. So that's how we're positioned mersal and it's very significant food for us you've talked. You've talked about the city itself. Taking a bitcoin and putting on balancing pain people in bitcoin and.

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"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on Wealth Is In The Details Podcast

Wealth Is In The Details Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on Wealth Is In The Details Podcast

"And and. that's going to be an important investment discussion but again it's really important to just take a step back and say this is a live on asset or a leave on asset The next kind of account. And this is i think so important to at least consider is your qualified retirement asset so here. I'm talking about your 401k plans. Profit-sharing bland's your ira's anything. That isn't a tax sheltered environment. And if these are traditional retirement accounts unfortunately there's a huge embedded tax lien on these accounts. And what i mean by the at is most ira accounts most 401k. Plans that that our clients have have never been taxed. And when you start taking money out of them at some point in time they're going to be taxed and matter of fact the government forces you to start taking distributions from these accounts starting at age seventy two and that is an important consideration and just to give you a sense at a seventy two if you have a million dollars in your individual retirement account your required minimum distribution is about thirty nine thousand dollars in that year and in swimming that the account kind of continues to grow and and stays stays at that million dollar range the required minimum distribution and he goes up each and every year and now we have a tax question. Is well this additional income. Drive you into a higher marginal tax bracket or or well this additional income increase your medicare costs and so it's an important It's important conversation to to map out and plan..

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ASH 2020 Update

Breaking Biotech

05:21 min | 1 year ago

ASH 2020 Update

"So. I'm excited we back and we have a lot to get into and the reason for this is that we heard a number of from the american society for hematology conference. That just took place a couple of weeks ago. So we're going to talk about updates from trillium therapeutics tgi therapeutics actinium. Pharma and i wanna do a little bit of a follow on to my video about anna back with regards to their parkinson's disease data so we're going to touch on all of this stuff and Overall is a pretty interesting conference from some of the data. Updates that i saw of course i'm just going to focus on the companies that i'm interested in but then i'm gonna follow it up with a few other updates that we saw that led to huge increases in in their stock price. So have a lot to get into. So i'm just going to get right into it. And i think before we talk about the company's specifically i did just wanna talk a little bit about non-hodgkin's lymphoma and the reason for this is that to companies trillium in focus a lot on this disease and i just want everybody to be up to speed. So i've talked about non-hodgkin's lymphoma in the past. And i showed like a version of this slide. But i've included a few like prices of previously approved drugs for these diseases just so that we all have a bit more context on what we can expect in terms of a proper valuation for the companies. So just we all understand. Non-hodgkin's lymphoma characterizes a group of malignant lymphocytes cancers. These are known as he malignancies and lymphocytes as we know at their b or t cells and these are part of the adaptive immune system. They collect mutations such that they can grow and then deposit in different areas of your body leading to non lymphoma so they're characterized based on where the lymphocytes and of depositing also whether or not they're indolent or aggressive so the inland version are very slow growing. And they're not always emergency such that they don't need to be treated necessarily immediately but they need to be monitored so the decision to treat with any of the different treatments that event lined here is really up to the doctor themself. Now when it comes to aggressive versions of non hodgkin's lymphoma there's obviously more of a drive to treat and to get rid of this cancer because it's leading to significant side effects on the patient so just to give a little bit more context here the prevalence of non hodgkin's lymphoma and this is the all of them. So i'm just including all of them in this calculation it's around twenty cases per one hundred thousand adults and this is around seventy seven thousand patients in the usa per year so it's a significant patient population treatments out there. That exist are pretty numerous. Though so there's chemotherapies immune therapies targeted therapies. And then i also put radiation stem cell transplants. And then just to give a little bit of a description on the different one. So for indolent non hodgkin's lymphoma. Cdl small lymphocytic leukemia lymphoma marginal zone. Lymphoma cutaneous t. cell lymphoma so that would be on the skin now. All of these cancers have been aggressive version. So if the indolent version gets more aggressive it would turn into these types of cancers that include p tcl deal mantle cell lymphoma or burkitt lymphoma. So keep all that in mind. And i did just wanna put here. So i'm showing a chart from various corporate presentation on Talk about them but just to sort of frame What we can expect in terms of objective response rate of what we want some of the approved drugs already. They hit ours in the range of twenty to thirty percent and then the drugs that verizon was looking at they did a little bit better. But when we're looking at whether or not therapy is is good or bad. You need a reference to compare it to so depending on where they are in terms of the line of treatment. They're looking at and the mechanism of action in the side effects. If they can garner in objective response rate of twenty thirty percent in general that is seen as decent or approvable at least for the fda now it comes to price this is also pretty critical because when we're looking at understanding the total value or potential value of a company. We really have to look at the potential addressable market so drugs that have originally like longtime ago been approved for different types of non hodgkin's lymphoma reduction was one of the original ones and right now it's approved for first line non-hodgkin's lymphoma and i didn't get into the details because they do specific indications but generally a course of this treatment for four months costs around thirty nine thousand dollars so that's kind of the the floor and then there's another one here that's approved for second line or greater see. Tcl cost around twenty nine thousand per month in this zelina but then this can go all the way up to. Yes carta which is approved for third-liner deal as a gilead drug and the cost for that is three hundred seventy three thousand dollars per treatment course so there's a big range and the total addressable market for the entirety of non hodgkin's lymphoma is around three point two billion dollars. So you have to think of all of the approved therapies that are out there and if companies are going to try and get drugs on the market you know how much of that three point two billion are. They going to be able to get for their specific drug.

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"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Woman that woman he's an American hero Zacks barber is an American hero standing up in the face of a swindle and in the case of this judge an absolute front so your role in the black robe you don't get to South saying that their selfish for feeding their kids there are hospitals according to Dr Scott Jensen get healthier intersects with dollars it gets awkward right now Medicare is determined if you have a cold in nineteen admission to the hospital you get paid thirteen thousand dollars if that Corbin nineteen patient goes on a ventilator thirty nine thousand dollars three times as much nobody can tell me after thirty five years in the world of medicine that sometimes those kinds of things impact on what we do we thank meeting what he suggests is hospitals get paid more money for covert cases so we go back to these deaths people in advanced age with pneumonia who then gets corona well you're not gonna get paid for the pneumonia you get paid this is our own a hotter but show is brought to you by what's what's sats will get paid for the crown I hate our computer system that does our audio that was really dramatic what ages did there and I was gonna say you get paid for the corolla not sure if we do this right we have an incredible opportunity to not just dig out of this crisis but to fundamentally transform.

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"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Patient knows and then later you get thirty nine thousand dollars three times as much and you've killed them with the van later because he gave them the wrong treatment all the things that just don't make sense the patients I'm seeing in front of me the longs I'm trying to improve had led me to believe that we are operating under a medical paradigm that is untrue and I fear that this misguided treatment will lead to a tremendous amount of harm to a great number of people in a very short time oh my god follow the money I would think even in the time of this medical emergency and nobody doubts that we've seen people being brought out of the hospitals morgues overloaded funeral parlours incapable of putting on wakes I know nobody doubts at but when you're crunching numbers when you're administrators and it's all about dollars and cents did you hear what those doctors in the front lines battling coronavirus has said Medicare will pay you a thirteen thousand dollars if the patient is said to have coronavirus thirteen thousand dollars if you put him on a ventilator of which I've been on briefly after I got shot with five hollow point bullets back in June in nineteen ninety two by the goddess in Gambino's I had to have like support for a day and a half that part of that was the ventilator they had the tube down my throat down my nose and then luckily they took it out of me eighty percent of the people have died on ventilators get thirty nine thousand from Medicare if the patient is put on a ventilator could that have factored into the decision why wouldn't we want to even discuss this why wouldn't we want to at least be able to hear it debated by many women in the front lines not just the administrators and the bureaucrats not just by Dr Fauci who doesn't practice any longer a doctor Burke with her many school arts most guards in a mildew Marcos has shoes why why are we trying to withhold this information from the American public so that you can all digest this for yourself and come to your own conclusions that's what being an American is you get the information you digest it you make up your own point of view no YouTube Facebook vimeo Twitter they don't want you to see this please search out there find that planned them make documentaries only twenty six minutes watch it for yourself come to your own conclusions as I have is my wife Nancy has it is such it is so devious that are governmental corporations or the social network operations in Silicon Valley would block us from coming to our own conclusions our number is one eight hundred eight four rate W. ABC that's one eight hundred eight four eight.

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Hospitals get paid more if patients listed as COVID-19

Tim Conway Jr.

04:23 min | 2 years ago

Hospitals get paid more if patients listed as COVID-19

"If if if an emergency room or hospital writes down that the patient had cove it when they died they give thirteen thousand dollar check from the feds and they put him on a ventilator they get thirty nine thousand dollars is that possible what those are for our hospital admissions okay well yes if they have coal bed that's what the Medicare will pay the hospital for taking care of that patient that Roger but it seems to incentivize maybes putting somebody on a ventilator hi monetarily I don't I don't I don't know how that vibes with you know what the nurses doctors and nurses think are right well you know the thing is that some doctor had determined that run and made that diagnosis but basically it's it's a lot of work to take care of these patients the amount of money the Medicare things it takes to take care of them by the probably cause more than alternately yeah probably does to be honest yeah but what they didn't want to have happen is that hospitals were incentivized not to take care of these patients that have all right you know the idea is that there's there's there's a cell reimbursement for taking care of them all right I don't think that that's the problem what's you know what's going on out there in fact if you look missions are down and and ICU admissions are down you know death rates were down they went up on simple think of the miles for some reason I'm not sure why but now they're down again today right so we are doing better in terms of how the virus is behaving in California good that's excellent and there's so many numbers to go over right now like I can't believe that New York is still not getting a handle on this where everybody else you know seems to be you know grasping at how to do this sh well New York having a problem with death and that if you look at their debts their desks are in nursing homes right now they made a huge mistake early on and the and the mistake was that they said that any patient with code that had to be accepted back into the nursing home they came from now that that that was a huge disaster because what they did is they needed all their nursing homes with coded patient while and unfortunately a nursing home generally houses the exact kind of person who is at great risk sure I'm dying from Kobe they're old and they and they have comorbid diseases that's why they're in a nursing home and boy it's been a disaster for them I mean who would have made that decision now well I think the governor did oh my god actually I think he said that yeah I think he said what yeah wasn't aware that somebody in his administration made that decision right but how is that possible doctor where everybody else and every other city made the opposite decision well again they weren't following basic science and and basic scientific principles the scientific principles in a pandemic are you isolate the sec right and for some reason we got this idea that we were going to isolate the sick and the well and when you do that you don't have any place to put the sec right turns out that they didn't have places to put the check they they have an empty field hospital they had an empty ship they had you know even their own I think Jared center had dad's dad's available so people will look at this over time she cannot say Gee we could handle this differently and hopefully we will learn because colder this is with us it's going one thing the lockdown did walk down pretty much guaranteed it did it save lives and it prevented the Sir John our hospitals but it also prevented anytime a whole herd immunity so cold it will be with us for quite a while it'll it'll kinda smolder along right and you know this concept of a second wave will happen and hopefully by the time that happens we will be learned a lot so we're not going to repeat what happened in New

"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"There's a corona virus yes and if they can put him on a ventilator they get thirty nine thousand dollars so there could be a conflict of interest there and again I I I try not to be alarmist without all the facts but really something looks off about this and there's a lot of different stories coming from a lot of different angles and what I've found is the there's a lot of people saying that the conspiracy about five G. being harmful and the radiating people was a conspiracy theory started by telecommunications companies that are competitors of U. S. companies so what we're talking about is there are actually data aggregate that social media uses to gear content towards you so you George on your feet you're going to see the content that is highly different than what I see they give it to people who are let's see if you're an introvert they'll send you more paranoia or can speak right they're doing that with the ads right now exactly if you're an extrovert trying to get you into some kind of activism with positive ads so what I'm really saying is a lot of what people are doing right now in quarantine is there just consuming a ton of media but I don't think they realize that Facebook today is different than Facebook just a couple years ago Google today doesn't give me all the research that I need like it did when I was making esoteric agenda one my first film back in two thousand eight so the internet is rapidly changing and the way they are tailoring information.

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"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"There's a corona virus yeah and if they can put him on a ventilator they get thirty nine thousand dollars so there could be a conflict of interest there and again I I I try not to be alarmist without all the facts but really something looks off about this and there's a lot of different stories coming from a lot of different angles and what I've found is that there's a lot of people saying that the conspiracy about five G. being harmful and the radiating people was a conspiracy theory started by telecommunications companies that are competitors of US companies so what we're talking about is there are actually data aggregate that social media uses to gear content towards you so you George on your feed your going to see the content that is highly different than what I see they give it to people who are let's see if you're an introvert they'll send you more paranoia or can speak right they're doing that with ads right now exactly if you're an extrovert trying to get you into some kind of activism with positive ads so what I'm really saying is a lot of what people are doing right now in quarantine if they're just consuming a ton of media but I don't think they realize that Facebook today is different than Facebook just a couple years ago Google today doesn't give me all the research that I need like it did when I was making esoteric agenda one my first film back in two thousand eight so the internet is rapidly changing and the way they are tailoring information to us is it only going to get more and more in that direction when we start getting into artificial general intelligence and having these disembodied voices like fury that they know what what kind of news we like so we can be in a meeting and then step out of the meeting.

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"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Get thirty nine thousand dollars three times as much nobody can tell me after thirty five years in the world of medicine that sometimes those kinds of things have impact on what we do some positions really have a bent towards public health and they will put down influenza or whatever because that's their preference I tried to stay very specific very precise if I know I've got pneumonia that's what's going on the death certificate I'm not going to add stuff just because it's convenient so this is the guy I was talking about several weeks ago they have been talking about we normally when people come into a hospital is there and they come in with the flu and it develops to pneumonia and they died with the cause of death is pneumonia uses the fluted and Callum your monitor the development ammonia but you can say gonna started off as a cold and then developing you moaning the cold didn't kill you the the pneumonia did now he's being told that you put down coronavirus and so there's no telling how many of these deaths out there are being attributed coronavirus and warrants on Facebook he reiterated how can anyone not believe that increasing the number of Colbert nineteen deaths may create an Avenue for states to receive a larger portion of federal dollars already some states are complaining that they're not getting enough of the carers act dollars because they're having significantly more proportional Colbert nineteen deaths hospital administrators might well want to see Colbert nineteen attached to a discharge summary or death certificate why because if it's a straightforward garden variety pneumonia that a person is made to the hospital for if their Medicare typically the diagnosis related group lump sum payment would be five thousand dollars all of its covert nineteen new Monia but is thirteen thousand dollars and if that Colbert nineteen you moan you're patient ends up on a ventilator it goes to thirty nine thousand dollars speaking to USA today Marty mockery a surgeon and professor of health policy and management at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg school of public health said by email what Scott Jensen said sounds right to me we rate the claim the hospitals get paid more if patients are listed as Colbert nineteen and on ventilators as true they said in their fact checking well this just skews the numbers all the pieces doesn't it so you got somebody who comes in they're not even tested you got the symptoms you got Colbert nineteen we're gonna put it down because we'll get more money it's ridiculous folks we want accurate counts we're not getting them will be back after this to report coronavirus update California is going into the next phase of its re opening plan correspondent if he knew Jones we're gonna Gavin Newsom announced at retail shops including clothing stores Flores and bookshops can begin to reopen on Friday for curbside pickup they'll have to maintain social work physical distancing to keep their workers safe Boston mayor Marty Walsh says covert nineteen numbers in his city or climbing and it's way too early to think about easing restrictions these folks that want to open up society quickly quicker and with no restrictions they they really have to take a good look at what's happening in this country what we're going to lose hundreds of thousands of lives here and and people are impacted by the crown of artists I mean I just I I quite quite honestly can't understand it the global death toll from Colbert nineteen has now topped a quarter of a million gains today on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average rose twenty six points the S. and P. five hundred up twelve the nasdaq up one hundred six points I'm in case this genesis diamonds W. T. N. traffic.

Thieves name-drop Wu-Tang Clan to scam hotels in Georgia

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Thieves name-drop Wu-Tang Clan to scam hotels in Georgia

"Where a group of thieves drove around Atlanta in a rolls Royce pretending to be the Wu Tang clan scamming hotels out of thousands of dollars the complaint filed this week in US District Court claims the suspects ran up huge tabs at the hotels claiming they work for entertainment firm roc nation telling one hotel they were in fact the Wu Tang clan duping one hotel out of forty five grand another one out of thirty nine thousand dollars they sixty thousand dollars for the rolls Royce that they rented the two alleged ringleaders have been charge of identity theft and wire fraud the aforementioned clan has not

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How to Make an Intelligent Car Purchase in 2020

The Money Guy Show

05:16 min | 3 years ago

How to Make an Intelligent Car Purchase in 2020

"We always announce the typical car. Purchase is thirty. Nine thousand one zero five okay. That's what we've used a stat. That might be an updated stab at somewhere in that absorb park with. Daniel showed me that the actual new car price is thirty. Three thousand three hundred and twelve dollars. The difference is the negative equity meaning. There are so many people who are buying new cars that are under water. That thing negative equity is getting rolled into their new per so the dealership. Don't don't worry about make cnet even know where about making that whole. Just go ahead and roll that on in so you can buy this thirty three thousand dollar car for thirty nine thousand dollars so it's even worse because the interest rate on the negative would've equity loans is over seven percent which is unbelievable. That's incredible if you think about the opportunity cost of your army of dollar bills that hurt you. And the average linked linked of loan is over now six years. So if you bring all this together it made me. Also we need to do a public service announcement on how not Descru- store purchase purchase so we went and pulled the archives for the money show. We saw we have not done a show on purchasing vehicles in the last two years. We're like okay. What's going on in the world but this is something that we can help? People make better financial decisions on car purchases in twenty twenty. We've actually put it in steps. We're going to walk through some steps and how you should approach the car buying process some things to think about but before we do that we have to lay out what we consider kind of some ground rules to get your mind right. So take a deep breath in Dan and then these are the things we think. If you're going to actually even approach the subject of purchasing a car. How do you idiot proof and give yourself some ground rules rules on to approach this in a well rounded way? I love and I think Brian the very first one that you started with. And and I I've heard you counsel so many folks as they approach this when it comes to purchasing an automobile. Don't make an emotional decision right and look the car manufacturers the car dealers they know. This is an emotional purchase. That's why if you look at the ads. We're in the holidays right now. They do the crazy thing. You'll see you'll see a husband or wife give if some essay one surprise you and then it's usually the husband because for some reason I always put the husband. I've got a surprise for you. And then they go out and they have an SUV and a pickup truck in the driveway. With Golfo what idiot buys a vehicle without talking to their spouse. But somehow we're supposed to celebrate this and things that this is where things are so it's emotional and then I remember I can't remember. Volkswagen started with a little car on the guy's head because it was like a car. It's on it's on his brain but then it keeps keeps getting bigger bigger bigger bigger into. Because you just can't control yourself so the first thing you have to do is make sure your practical side is going to win out in this war war over your emotional side so promise yourself that you also you need to know and we're going to repeat this several times in the show he neither tell yourself we will not not be buying this car in person. We're GONNA be talking about phone calls. We're GONNA be talking about email. You gotTa keep the Home Court advantage us all those resources you also need to. I understand that purchase price trade in values. All those things are much more powerful than the monthly payment trap Bo. Tell them what they do. You Walk on dealership. What's the first question that a sales person always ask you okay? Well what are your monthly payment to be before you start talking about. What kind of car priced car? Why what what's it's your budget? How much you planning on spending a month? Well here's the dirty little secret you don't know just about any car they can put you. They can fit inside that monthly payment box. If you're starting the conversation conversation there you're starting in the wrong place and that leads to the last thing which is look opponent. Purchase transactions go have multiple components opponents. And you need to be standing on guard. You need to tune up your spidey senses on all components of the transaction. We're talking about the purchase. We're talking about the trade in the the finance and even the extended warranty or throw in that last meeting unique to be on guard through the entire process. That's the only way you're GonNa make sure that you don't walk into a deal that you'll financially struggling with for years it will be the tell that follows you around and I. I don't pay too broad of a brush here but unfortunately in in most circumstances when you go on a car dealership and when you meet with that car salesman the odds are that they are not trying necessarily to put you as their our number one priority. There ain't nobody at a car. Dealership is a fiduciary there's no legal obligation to ensure that you get the best deal so let's let's jump into to this because there's obviously some steps we can take this the priests ups that setting the table. Now let's actually move into step one. which is you got to know your budget? Yeah and I I love it Brian. What you said is know your budget not know your monthly payment amount? That's not what you need to know you need to know. How much can you budget to purchase car car purchases? It's amazing they even call these things assets because they depreciate so quickly that you need to get your mind right understand that it is all about how much much use you're going to get out of that. So that's why I tell you know your budget but also how do you view your relationship with your

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"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM

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03:52 min | 3 years ago

"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM

"In the morning drive now here's my became the way I started to pick up on the door I think that you'll you'll with all of the day but we're dealing with let's call it not thoroughly wet but certainly can't get called double thank you in all that they want to take it public but again building as we are a bit on the pad airport why the guy got eight ninety five point by WSB Atlanta's when a new sponsor of Iraq's deal heating air blaming the name I know you can trust it made it past six years marshy Williams and jutting above of house Democrats are ready to roll out articles of impeachment against president trump today W. S. B.'s bill chi at your reports live a follows weeks of tense partisan hearings yet judge George is Doug Collins says Democrats have failed to make a case where is the impeachable offense why are we here Collins the top Republican on the house Judiciary Committee says it'll be the first impeachment on facts that are not agreed to the very nature of the fact that I say I disagree and you say you don't is is is beautiful committee chairman Jerry Nadler says the facts are clear places own private interests ahead of our national security and the integrity of our election after a closed door meeting house Democrats are expected to unveil articles of impeachment this morning the likely include charges of obstruction and abuse of power reporting live bill chi energy ninety five point five W. S. B. as the houses spelling out those articles of impeachment president trump post Russia's foreign minister at the White House secretary state my palm Hey would join them for what a senior administration official calls a meeting to discuss the state of the bilateral relationship ABC's Karen Travers says when they met in twenty seventeen the present disclose classified Intel and told the Russians the firing FBI director James calmly took the pressure off him a sixth person dies from Sunday's volcanic explosion on the White House I white island New Zealand police presume no more survivors eight remain missing we will commence a criminal investigation into the circumstances of the case and injuries on water oil and deputy commissioner John Tim says that most of those on the island were cruise ship tourists more than two dozen suffered burns over thirty percent of the body's WSB news time six oh three to update the deadly shooting at the Pensacola Naval Air Station the F. B. I. retraces the Saudi aviators movements and combs through social media investigators believe Mohammed al from Ronnie posted an anti American rant on Twitter shortly before the attack quoting Osama bin laden ABC Stephanie Rameau's says a cyber attack targets the city of Pensacola's computers but the city does not know if it's linked to the presume terror attack drunk drivers because nearly a third of fatal car crashes in this country governors highway safety association report says repeat do you why offenders are hurting the most people and suggested states go beyond punishment for convicted drivers as well as mandatory post sentencing drug testing and treatment ABC's Andy field says there's a do you why fatal in the U. S. every our new eco lie outbreaks traced romaine lettuce in Salinas California this is a different strain of E. coli that a larger outbreak affecting more than a hundred patients nationwide you see believes the source of these new cases are fresh express sunflower crisp salad kids are the best by date of December seventh toss any bank you have in the fridge a new wrinkle in the college cheating scandal this time the alleged cheating occurs after the students admitted ABC's Erin to Turkey says a California mom agrees to plead guilty to wire fraud what record said she paid ski mastermind Rick singer nine thousand dollars to have someone take online classes for her son to help them graduate from Georgetown Karen little fair could go to prison in Georgetown may revoke her son's degree the patriots turned over the video footage they shot on the sidelines of the Bengals Browns game they claim they were filming their own scout and not the Bengals play calling Bengals head coach Jack Taylor I'm aware that there is an instant but it really is investigating amps all of the no comment the pats and Bengals play this Sunday the WSP money off days set aside thirty nine thousand dollars to buy everything for your.

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"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

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"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Aims of ninety six continues out what's happening from world in Washington world I'll give you the updates of the stuff you need no but I just thought I'd mention forgives in the news so this headline this morning response which is just what the council member David Rio the most expensive affordable housing project which is really funny the most expensive affordable housing project in America is an apartment right here in Culver city where every apartment cost seven hundred and thirty nine thousand dollars to build some looking at it I'm highlighting and murder circle and you know the name of this place killed in terrace that's exactly right if the twenty four point four million dollar children terrorists in Culver city that's a hundred thousand dollars higher than the median price of buying an unsubsidized market rate home nearby Los Angeles one of the most expensive cities in the nation so congratulations to Tilden terrace you are the most expensive affordable housing pressure like walk around there like I guess I could be the king of the square block in Culver city and was the fourth expensive affordable housing project in America at seven hundred and thirty nine thousand dollars to build amazing I aim seven ninety KABC will be right back ABC news live local at six thirty am Rhein peers Santa Barbara county is on fire Anthony store data with Santa Barbara fire says some firefighters started working the K. fire shortly after it started yesterday and are still on the front lines we had helicopters working under night vision goggles they continued all night first thing this morning we started the fixed wing aircraft we have a very large air tankers larger tankers and some messed use up there right now we're trying to boxes sing in the fire has grown to over forty two hundred acres and is zero percent contained officials say about five thousand people have been evacuated highway one fifty four is closed in the area there several power outages that were not planned it's unclear how the fire started in a man is being charged with assault after allegedly attacking the son of the real housewives reality TV star Josh were wary needed twenty staples after he was slashed at the Orange County jail last month the suspect Jose goos mon now faces multiple charges for the attack good mom has a long criminal record Warren is behind bars for three counts of attempted murder the son of real housewives of Orange County star Laurie Pederson goes on trial next year the thirty year old is pleading not guilty to allegedly shooting a man outside a sober living house Kevin trip K. ABC news new details have been revealed in the controversy surrounding president trump in Ukraine New York times reports trump was aware of the whistle blower complaint before releasing military aid to the country the complaint is behind the impeachment push by house Democrats and labor protests planned for tonight at Los Angeles International Airport maybe tying up holiday travel heath Montgomery from LA acts as the largest protest expecting your century in the pull that up all of our we do anticipate that group to engage in a planned act of civil disobedience sometime around six thirty tonight the protest has begun the union that represents workers for gate gourmet in sky chefs wants a better contract it's outside of terminal four in ninety eight street an airport Boulevard KABC sports the clippers are up.

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"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

10:18 min | 3 years ago

"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Fastest of any metro area hundred and twenty two thousand per capita they they're making money out there okay all is good okay with the energy sector this year clearly lagging if apple by itself is worth more than the entire energy sector with four times the revenue in two times the profit seems like a bargain question as well is this tax loss selling season out of favor category false appeals looks like we were close to the bargain point especially on energy infrastructure by the way I see it you know energy infrastructure still total return for the category over seven a half percent for the year which is respectable and pay an eight percent yield and less than half price that's pretty good so who also thinks the energy sector is the bargain for two thousand twenty well conical Phillips just laid out plans to buy back thirty billion dollars of their shares of the next decade it's currently about that will be half its current market cap obviously is probably gonna drive prices higher share prices and they're gonna continue paying you know dividends twenty billion over the period and you know there at the end the market's really responded well to the right setting investors repair and want to see this in the energy space okay so that was a buy back then Dallas is in the news what what the Dallas guy yeah Kelsey Warren the father of the of Klyde Warren park and Klyde Warren I wonder how clients doing is there I don't I've never met him but his company energy transfer he just by an additional twenty five point nine million dollars for the shares his biggest purchase yet bringing his share ownership to nine point six total insider shared over fourteen percent now and so he thinks it's a good buy down here yeah and they've they've actually energy transfer take private deal could make sense cities says city bank their analyst him Schneider probably trying to get a new client for the investment banking department at city St yeah you know I wonder about this that there is a a big tax bill I think with Kelsey Warren of having to pay a fee if you did that but I you know I guess it's possible it is and they have you know if they took it private then what that indicates is the math involved in buying the whole category it ten times earnings in the market is obviously it ascended to about twenty five times earnings right it's pretty disembarking okay what seven hundred million in free cash flow order me sounds pretty good yeah so let's let's move to liquid natural gas all right what we got so they just approved for more LNG export projects of federal energy regulatory commission so that's the next four or their they approve with conditions three projects there Brownsville ship channel Brownsville Texas the Rio Grande end of a fourth project to expand operating facilities near Corpus Christi Texas so that giant sucking sound flows through the pipes and barriers and then they pay it for us now that now OPEC obviously losing market share to Texas this is that an interesting Bloomberg is it maybe a speculation what we got here for natural gas the new OPEC OPEC for natural gas rights to Russia kids are Iran and Saudi Arabia are in talks to keep the natural gas supply demand imbalance okay yeah and so the the Ellen G. I did have a a downdraft in prices and so they're going to team up in a in another evil conspiracy we're gonna they're gonna choke supply them loose prices to their advantage hello right okay let that's not gonna hurt and then so much as they can then sell yeah sell sell plenty okay Permian don't update their yes Brenda okay and big oil taking over Permian from smaller weaker companies service in the big integrated companies by a bunch assets as well because they're cheap down the Permian okay so big oil's taking over were some the little companies yeah I'm sorry to a client in the energy business you say and break gave in it well head there are projects were fifty five they just shot a man and that's part of the speculation over the summer but big oil taken it over research roundup real quick spotlight on high yield credit amid declining yields and fixed income markets and pimco has basically here's here's my take away pimco was good we took profits on it you know but that's we were able to buy shares below twenty paying eleven percent selling twenty four that's generally considered a victory global high yield being a superstar this year and so that said date that's key in there still some bargains in the global high yield space but that research report is it net worth radio dot com this call is get on the subscription list two one four seven two oh forty four hundred leaves your email and will include you in the future updates there all right twelve days of Christmas for your lovely wife Leslie okay well David Christmas yep it is so I wanted to cover what this means for inflation well first of all if I purchase CVS is going to cost me almost thirty nine thousand dollars you better get busy that's expensive okay so this is among the findings okay so there was no inflation in this it was point two percent year over year it it it's a it's a Pittsburgh based PNC financial services I guess for their well heeled clients does how much the twelve days of Christmas cost right okay so they they totaled it up and I thought that was that was really interesting turtle doves down twenty percent first drop since two thousand four right there's a glut of total duds so thirty nine thousand and that did this is like that Neiman Marcus Christmas catalog it was always so big yeah right to to finish that to finish that subject so it may have one too really yeah Tiffany's does right I got a bigger from Tiffany's on out don't know why I did but I did or you're on the expensive list okay well thirty nine thousand now the true cost of Christmas now they have a hundred and seventy thousand option at PNC financial zoo interesting index but I'm taking away no inflation near zero interest rates in your upper or lower and I think there's some gain potential as we talk about the twenty twenty portfolio for safety in income money markets declining to one and a half percent of the floating rate loan funds about five percent not without price risk it's a fund of loans right then we've got some protections built and that added to the safety net income plus two short term income funds to keep that yield well above one and a half for the safety and income called right you're doing a global high yield still got bargains for the end of the year dividend companies in terms of profit growth and under valuation and big yields that category may be reaching the apex of capitulation and tax loss selling as we speak because it is just as cheap as one oil was twenty seven dollars yeah that was that was part of the the take away on that on that side had a special announcement coming are you ready drum roll okay stay tuned to net worth radio because Papa dean his official retirement has occurred but he didn't it it didn't take him long to make a bid to to call me and say Hey let's have lunch he wants three minutes to do an update all right okay member Paul Harvey our party Paul Harvey you've met your financial match poverty in announcing better and we'll probably do one before the end of the year okay he's a wooden ready yet he's got an outline he's already got six great topics as like that and pin three minutes he's no it's three minutes each you got just give me three minutes so do you want to be conversational he's like no I want three minutes so Papa dean's three minute update three minute financial update with lessons will be part of the twenty twenty line up for net worth radio I can't wait to hear the rest of the story hello yes good day that's going to be a good day what is on the program I like it this was good well getting the portfolios ready for twenty twenty tax loss selling bargains were scooping him up instead of dumping things too cheap and a great year for global high yield a good recovery year from two thousand eighteen and we're we're not too far from getting record income close to it so that's that's the the recommendations for.

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"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:06 min | 3 years ago

"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"I'm waiting in the wings already so we got five ways to better project tax bill in two thousand eighteen rock conversion got it and why do we need to do that because we can't we characterize anymore so we got to get this right before year end so there are things that you need to know when it comes to protecting your taxes in two thousand nineteen and and first of all Jeb I think a lot of people don't realize can have capital gains work meaning that when you have a capital gain when you have an asset outside a retirement that you've held for at least a year and you sell it you get a special preferred rate which is zero percent fifteen percent to twenty percent and some people actually pay zero percent those are the ones that are in the lowest to tax brackets the ten percent bracket ordinary income and twelve percent bracket and that said just to give you an idea it's it's roughly thirty nine thousand dollars for single tax while income and and about seventy eight thousand for married couples so let's say your taxable income is below those figures if you have a capital gain that was if you sold an acid at a game and it stays still below those numbers you pay no tax whatsoever zero percent rate so what's the point in this is that be careful of doing a rocking version if you're in the zero percent tax rate yes because it in those capital gains will now be subject to income tax now got a question for you let's just call it eighty thousand dollars is the top of the twelve percent tax bracket yep K. in so if one dollar goes over that eighty thousand dollars of capital gains is them now I'm at eighty one thousand so does that mean everything is going to be because I broke the threshold or just that one dollar that's over the eighty thousand dollars would be subject to the capital gains rate yeah it's just that one dollar but let me give an example of this is this is real life we seen this happen all the time which is so someone got married couple and Lucy's eighty thousand dollars is the top of the twelve percent bracket so their salaries are sixty thousand and their steady they work for a company works they know what it is it's sixty thousand they don't really have any other income and so then they figure all right we can do a twenty thousand dollar rock and version and they do that Roth conversion okay and then lo and behold when they do their tax return next year they didn't realize that their their broker stockbroker might have sold some of their stock and the stock broker also knew that they had sixty thousand dollars of taxable income so they recognized twenty thousand dollars capital gains thinking that would be taxes zero so now you get twenty thousand extra income from capital gains and rough conversions that rough conversion basically gets taxed at the twelve percent because that's the bracket you're in but the capital gains that were taxed at zero are now tax of fifteen percent so the impact of doing the rock versus not the ride is a twenty seven percent tax rate because the fifteen percent on the capital gains that were zero and it's the twelve percent of the right to sell so you think I'm in a twelve percent bracket but I'll send your tax rate you do a twenty thousand dollar conversion is twenty seven percent this it's over five thousand dollars and that's federal only then you got it and at state to that so just be careful if you do have capital gains on the conversions that you have if you're in very low brackets that zero percent yeah another one though Joe could be if you are and have more in common you single two hundred thousand of adjusted gross income married to under fifty thousand adjusted gross income that just a rough conversion can push over that and now you have to pay the Medicare surtax under capital gains an interest and dividends and that's three point eight percent it be aware that second one your favorite topic QB I taxable limits okay you know that sense for yes qualified business income correct so this is a new opportunities in eighteen and for those of you that have your own businesses or rental properties in many cases you're able to deduct up to twenty percent against the profits so in other words after all your expenses of your profits are a hundred thousand dollars twenty percent that's twenty thousand dollars that's a tax deduction right but there's these limitations and that's for two thousand nineteen when you're single above a hundred sixty thousand and married up above the three hundred twenty one thousand when you're above those amounts and it starts phasing out your ability to take these deductions and if you're doing a rough conversion of big one thinking you're filling these tax brackets but is pushing you above these limits you could actually lose that production and the reason why this is important as it makes your effective tax rate from doing the conversion a lot higher than it would have been otherwise yeah if you have a small business in you're not aware of the strategies when it comes to QB I the twenty percent deduction because in some cases it's based on taxable income versus profits in so you can manipulate the tax return a little bit to make sure that you can maximize that deduction as much as he can because when you're doing planning especially at end of year you think confidence and I don't know what else could give me a lot of confidence in our xcelerated retirement master plan we want a plan that could withstand just about any punch that life throws at you you'll find the answers in this plan there's no cost or obligation I got nothing.

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"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on X96

X96

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on X96

"Did you know about this yeah yeah I know as long as you did he knew but you knew you did your thing that you're hiding in lying about that you're my life line give me one I didn't want to moon what do you say womb yeah it's sold in your wound now that's the whole point the wound is like the most sensitive part of your body and if I'm jamming salt at that that's what you want no it's not what I want yeah right do you part of the radio from hell show on X. ninety six call eight seven seven six oh two ninety six ninety six or fax this at three three nine eight six we're running late so let's get to it it is time for round one of your Boehner's presenting three news stories these are examples of bad stupid or funny human behavior and you will decide with your votes of these three candidates which one is the worst which one deserves to go forward to Boehner fight and possibly become **** of the day if it wins here it'll go up against the winner of round two voting yes we'll do this again at eight twenty that's round two three more candidates will get a winner there as well take them both and throw them into the bone or dial nine twenty is when you'll decide **** of the day with Boehner fight right now you're picking the champion for round one two candidates now a third after the news what's your for all three votes one of the lucky random **** voters will receive can't buy it got a win at radio from hell **** tee shirt your candidate number one oh by the way somebody tweeted a picture of the of some armies bags from their catalog a hundred and thirty nine thousand dollars or one of them so she got kind of a cheap one but again the number one ask me no questions of hell you realize if you get hit with about going to be sure to close your eyes a homeless man dump a bucket of hot diarrhea Jeez on a Los Angeles woman the Hollywood walk of fame now there's a picture of Asian cleaned up yeah then to tack that left her she said with PD as being armed I would have it hi Eddie van tassel said she was about to drive home from a Thai restaurant near the famed tourist area in April when she said that Jerry blessings dragged her out of her vehicle pulled her to the middle of the street and dumped a bucket of feces on her head it was hardly would she said that I had was so I have PTSD just hearing about it you have traumatic stress yeah referring to the amount of easy used in the attack paramedics who treated her said that it looked like the man had been saving it up for a month have to keep it warm yeah that's Fulton since on the demo I guess nice and warm and she said she was rushed to the hospital where she was tested engines diseases it was so dramatic.

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"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:47 min | 3 years ago

"thirty nine thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Plea during my freshman year but join the crew team which is kind of like a natural path to either of the coming of rain or seal on that's were ended up and down the hall thank you twenty nineteen and one so in almost thirty odd years ago but the connection to to kind of what what day I can was had not time time again and you know it's for us is not mentorship and I came back from my first deployment to Iraq going to a navy we have an overt Saint Petersburg I spoke to the crowd gave an update on kind of with the war from the special operations perspective Iraq and Afghanistan and I in the crowd a mom brought up her young son who is in a little secret uniform he had a book on the navy seals and she said my son Samuell wants to be a navy seal one day and young Samuel was what we would call out I don't know I I got to be careful Sam was a little bit on the overweight side okay gotcha and he was obviously you don't want to be a see what I witnessed a subtle what do you don't get ready get navy seal Alex what's involved in and he said well I I do call of duty PlayStation I don't know how to cut it and you know I signed his book only easy day was yesterday Sunday you know Dan and Shay and I you know class in ninety eight one seven nine and and then I get my card and I kept a point to Iraq but I started to mentor him over the coming years when he got to high school I said Hey Sam you want to be a seal you gonna swim I said you gotta go I'm joined the swim team he had never swam his wife and the kids freshman year walks on the same P. Catholics one program and next you know four years later he's a high school senior he is read every book in my library in the teens and special operations and special forces and he just heard following the news as he did I'm not I a navy seal officer Dan can Austin on his first you know first you just got in country Afghanistan was on the ground three days and the first mission stepped on a land mine and lost both legs and he just saw aboard a little paragraph dealing and get a lot that much detail frankly just heard a woman navy seal lost both his legs fighting for his life and Sam when he was prepping to follow my path go to the Naval Academy and myself in the other co founder of the camp a fragments wintertime when a former editor here at St Pete you know sports better after sportswriter Jane P. times for many many years Kerry I will mentoring Hammond that night we're getting ready for his interview to go to Annapolis and again the weekend after Dan can awesome an injured in young Sam look at me and Terry and said why I wanna do something to help the navy seal one of my swim across campus and tearing down they have a base for many years prior you all of that and knew all the logistics for it and he said now we can make it happen and so I literally pushed out an email to about thirty out seals in the area reservist and others like myself and I thought it was gonna be five guys showing up on the beach January second two thousand and ten coldest day of the year it was a cold is January in in a hundred years here in Tampa apparently was thirty one thirty seven agree air temp when I did the race for it was freezing out and yet we have five guys show up we had forty one swimmers unbelief thirty nine swimmers forty one kayakers and we had a hunt twenty four or so twenty twenty five volunteers and it was we didn't even know till the day of the event the D. out playing and the community I and to hit cans point Tampa Bay is such a wonderful family in not only is it very military support of that it you know people came out of the woodwork and this was before the bin laden raid in before the big news of the seals and I I K. people came up to me that day on the beach volunteers in particular and they were they were kind of choked up and they they just sit down we will never be able to thank you guys enough for what you guys have done what your family have been through and this is just our way of giving back and how it's grown organically because like can I just figure yeah I'm just one time right right and it was only a one time thing I mean you're one we didn't get insurance permits because I was trying to put all the money towards the event but in a lonely hotel little pirate event year one race thirty nine thousand dollars year to raise seven seventy five like your three we're north of a hundred came by your for we are north of half a million dollars some believe for every swim with this thing that this is a hundred and thirty forty at swimmers there's nothing like this that has this kind of money and it's because guys like can be displayed they embrace that store at them and the seal their swimming for they put out a message your friends and family in their heart felt about this and we have guys that are bringing guys and girls are bringing in tens of thousands of dollars and we had one person we have a team of doctors the doctor going and page they brought in over a hundred thousand every swim it's just it's crazy and Greg Smith with so many incredible images a come out year after year because this is not a swim it's not a race it's everything he defined about the frogman fees it's a community of people coming together Sharon Levin brotherhood respect for the gold stars in honoring the memory of my phone teammates we're talking to the organizers of the frogman feast an upcoming event the benefits the navy seal foundation and the Tampa Bay frogman swam the people who participate in the events whether it's donating or actual participation do you find that they mostly have some kind of military or veteran connection or is it just you know your Neri person in Tampa Bay community because I think that the reason I bring that up is I think that's important I talked about this number times on the show more and more in America we've got less and less people directly connected to those who serve it's a small percentage serving the country so it's really important that those who are into you know or are connecting in other ways in this would be seems like a great way to do that I mean we definitely have a huge military acts like but can we get a lot of veterans because they connect directly to the causing that they can serve in the navy seal teams per se or have some of the dead but it's and is supported seems like in that community just it's a life long it's a brotherhood from yeah yeah and and it and you are family but we have I mean the outpouring of support special from the you know the business planning in Tampa Bay and we bring in half for money through this from ray's but the others are sponsorships from other from other folks but it's it is something that is just a reminder of it is a great way to bring up when I gather we honor and there's no better way to honor a frogman then to go swimming just on the crazy yeah because a I called earlier in January yeah and swim across Tampa Bay it's not an easy swim now but it is such a celebration I mean from the moment the word go for the morning on the beach when you get there now you got five hundred cars parked in almost a family I don't know what the numbers are but it's north of five hundred people show up at the start and just throughout the day it's just a celebration in nam you know it's the most powerful thing and it's a good time to turn over to ME here you know we have at the finisher you know because you're wanting can will test you know you you're too but I've always you want always said as I will hand you a cold Budweiser to finish as in our tried and if you have a bird watcher so I I would we put on the first email I said Hey guys if they don't hang a cold Budweiser the house kind of the job because it was so cold here one but we had you know John do it on its I'd get back to the three dollars for in real quick John do it'll seal captain retired here one he came out and he scanned it in a speedo in the traditional front man they could make and what your fashion and the greatest pitcher and it ended up on the article that Terry Thomas wrote the next morning which kind of set the course for our for our van because it's front page it was front page headline expand the trip you know January second thirty odd people walking into the water in its waters low fifties if not high forties and you got a walk in there in a speedo when he's he's walking as the sun's coming up John got his hand up there with the sign and most epic signage on your six foot four you know frog man you know Philip the class we have time and it's just such a classic moment and as a weave in trying that image into the frogman local which is a Friday the frog in a blue speedo in honor of John do will get into the water and years later three daughters Burry turned it into the top frog grog which is in honor of Terry Thomas if the co founder of the van and it's just such that synergy of connection I don't think you guys put that to into together but the three daughters who's the owner is a guy that went to west point supports this event as much as it would be for the green berets or some so yeah that's what's so cool about this city is truly a community come together on so many lines in but it's just a great of that and it's a lot of fun as we welcome we welcome volunteers will welcome people just to come check it out because it's it's really special never forget to Emily real quick I have to ask because I'm sure people are wondering what what happened to Sam the student your mentor heartbreak this breaks my heart because that you know Sam would we went from a small little kid and then you know he's grows up to this five foot ten cross streets that makes me look like the fat now and then he did not get Indianapolis unfortunately but he got is your set got is to get your staff took the screening test for and then for the military.

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"Back I'm still a million for Paul Solomon and we're talking abound to higher education tuition going through the roof we heard a Brookline Susan you're on WBZ yes I have a couple of comments about the the the way that they go about giving financial aid the card I'm concerned they think that everybody should get the right amount the same amount of financial aid because basically you won't get a thing unless you're into and you could be hard working people and then you just pay a little bit of a more that you could have regular you know say like state jobs no way that you would ever get a penny put that forty two thousand dollars a year but if you took out a big fat two hundred thousand dollar mortgage you may be able to get aid from the school even though you took the mortgage out it it's just it just doesn't make any sense because when people graduate from young people graduate from college they should take care they build them why should be taken the consideration what the parents make it doesn't make any difference it's really not fair when you're in the same room yup haven't paid they thirty nine thousand dollars to go to school and your date gets what pays one thousand dollars just because circumstances the different some of the some people just a little more organized in life and it's really not so yeah very very and feel the way they wanted to give out all right and was there another point you want to make is well you said you had a couple that was it all right Susan let's go to Shrewsbury Paul you're on WBZ hi there hi I just wanted to comment that we push our kids so hard in high school the great great mock and then we tell them they have to go to college they probably don't want to because that's what I just couldn't do that one of the bills okay we'll get there they took out the walls for themselves but they realize that the price of identification they're very minimal compared to what that educational Kathy you went online and they've both yeah well then the doing well sure the guy I had two of them in at the same time I mean seventy thousand dollar bill well at my left hook that I couldn't drive yeah a lot of work why are we having kids we don't want to do that that's the only reason we do is there a point though that you just goes too far in the colleges have to pull back I mean and I gonna happen though it's gonna go to five it gets much higher than that but they could I kill or want to be you when is around thirty three to thirty they did get some help from beer when they did take the wall but my you might find the on day one through completely on wall she had a dream that she wanted to go to be all become an accountant and she did she had no money whatsoever so I mean if you were caught up you make that portion and now that she's an account you can figure out how to pay back those loans right that sorry Polly thank you very much thank you take here let's go to Brookline Nick your end of the basic good like to make a point the fact that when you're when you have that colleges reading the tuition they're also charging the government if you keep the loan so basically what you have is the government paying more money at the colleges raise up the tuition well yeah well that that was what I was mentioning earlier that the if the if the colleges can kind of count on the the government loan the government money that's available to students they can kind of count on that as a base that they can build their tuition price on because they know that did that a lot of students not everybody but that a lot of students are going to get X. amount of dollars and they can say okay so they can afford that much and then we can get that much money that's coming from the government basically and and they can you know kind of decide what their prices based on how much can you get if you apply for a government assistance and if so would see it you wonder if that doesn't drive and they'd like to say that it doesn't but if that doesn't drive the the tuition increases correct and so if you're away the colleges to raise more if you did away with the government assistance with the Jewish has come down I guess they would have to but living here I'm mean people were you know have to pay more and you know people colleges want students last year colleges so they would have to bring the prices back would we want to do that you think we should do away with the government loans well I think that you know people need to go to college and I think the government launches still be on because of the fact that people should think of you know Natalie the kids first but when you go to college you're basically eighteen or nineteen year until now you can take care yourself so I think that we should keep the loan those people who are not able to manage the money at the same time worry about the colleges raising the tuition all right thank you Nick will go to the east and Bridget you're on WBZ hi thanks for taking my call sure I just wanted to weigh in and say that I've gone through the whole college experience recently to kids and myself were all in college thanks and three of us and I think it is nothing except big business I made a career out of understanding it in the process and the whole nine yards from there and I it is big business and I think after Kobe column was right on the money I think you should do away with it I think it drives up the cost one thing colleges no there's two things people will never how do I wanted to go without had they could go with college then Amanda how high they drive the price it's always the American dream to have the kids go to college and I think it's creating a cake it's not I with the I. with an in on BC in the sixties and the seventies in my opinion because he was a much better college they focused on academics it was the judge to expand they focus on athletics now did very little helping it it's just not the school it was academically and I listen to Jack done and I just gotta my son graduated from going over hands down a bit at school in Boston College for less money and they don't give great financial aid the Catholic institution it is huge big business no I listen to that lady from Brookline faded unless you had huge debt you don't get financial it that's not true that you never have to know how to play the system because my daughter went to college the need blind no we need blind colleges that it means they'll take you no matter what and then they worry about how much you can make my god I graduated from Wellesley can you went to the Lenovo I would take it I went to UMass Boston but you know they had to get the money like through the night the Columbus to have the cat you know different things like that unless you go to a need blind school actually the Catholic school do not give a lot of financial aid it is big business the best Jack done how many teaching at the concerned Boston College why you pay forty two thousand dollars to the graduate student teacher class that makes no sense at all so that I mean it happens to be one of my big hot button because they think it is big business and they know that no matter how high to put into that guy just before me no matter how high you push the tuition the parents will work seventy five job just to get the kids to school and it's it's not right I thank you very much bye take care and and the other aspect of this which I think we've referred to but just to make it into a little bit bigger point is you're also saddling the students with these loans to pay back when they do get out of college and as the tuition goes up well it's more more loan money I mean that's not the same as it was when I was paying off those loans we would like it was a ten year thing I don't know I don't know how they work now it was it was a ten year deal you pay that thing off over ten years and the amount obviously then is different than what is going to be today and so you have that hanging over your head too when you were first get out of school and yeah you got it the day it's gonna be paid somehow whatever whatever the tuition is going to be and even if the tuition was lower maybe they'd be some loans that we paid off afterwards you also don't want to have somebody starting out just out of college was basically a a financial handicap if if these laws get to work so much just something else the throne of the make six one seven two five four ten thirty is our number let's go to Methuen Jim you're on WBZ hello how light the night good comment first of all you know the high cost of of higher education you don't have a lot of ramifications up what thing let's say you have two young people okay they graduate from college now they're in their twenties this album was saddled with this enormous debt okay the you know you have the high cost of living I ran you know they all wanted money a lot of times unless they're in some select feel play computer engineering or something like that out from total height other type of high tech field they're not gonna be making a lot of money for a while so that maybe the porcelain with their parents you know which is is generally not a great situation I'm a product of the state college system here in mass I began at the community college finished up with a four year school and I can I always felt twenty five years ago and I still do today that a lot of the the four year program could be streamlined did you know why you know a lot of that the courses you know that that I had to take the graduate with fully non related to my major but I had to take them you know that whole idea of the well rounded education yeah and and which is a good thing you know I learned a lot of things that I don't know really I you know I would not have had the interest in the learning on my own but you know but you know it it it's very expensive it'd give the key the the whole out process one Warner and you know many times a bachelors degree today isn't enough you know the young person had to go on to a masters and it it's just a whole big you know people have been saying that it's a big business damn straight it is a big business you know it's a real big business and the and the.

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