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UK Foreign Secretary Calls for Cooperation on Cybersecurity

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

UK Foreign Secretary Calls for Cooperation on Cybersecurity

"British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab is urging global cooperation to combat cyber attacks by hostile state actors and criminal gangs in a speech at a London a cyber security conference the Foreign Secretary said Britain on the west must step up on cyber security or face the multilateral vacuum being filled by China and Russia rob has pledged thirty one million dollars in support to vulnerable countries in Africa and the Indo Pacific to improve that digital defense capacities the Foreign Secretary has accused Moscow and Beijing a big among the authoritarian regimes failing to take action against cyber attacks coming from the own soil elections having become prime targets for interference I'm Charles the last month

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Arizona Cardinals acquire J.J. Watt

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Arizona Cardinals acquire J.J. Watt

"Of football star announces. His future longtime houston. Texans defensive end. Jj watt is joining the arizona cardinals less than three weeks. Since watt got released from the texans upon his request he tweeted a photo of himself lifting weights and in arizona cardinals shirt. He simply wrote source me as take it from the horse's mouth. I'm a cardinal. Jj watt contract reported to be for two years at thirty one million dollars. Twenty three million guaranteed for the thirty one year old ten year. Nfl veteran his time to this point spent entirely with the texans where he was a five time first team. All pro at the william hill. Us sportsbook odds on the cardinals to win. Their division title went from seven to one down between five and six to one now with extra wattage on the

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When will I know when I can go and get a vaccine?

Coronacast

02:42 min | 5 months ago

When will I know when I can go and get a vaccine?

"Hello this is corona cast a daily podcast all about the coronavirus. I'm health reported teigen tyler physician and journalists culture. Norman swan choosy the twenty third of february the second day of national immunization. That's right and we've had saw so many questions from audience about how the vaccine role it's gonna work how you're gonna know when it's your turn in the queue and rather than us answering those questions we thought we'd bring in loren roberts who's a health report at one of our colleagues in the abc science unit because lauren's been looking into the vaccine rolette and how it's gonna work and she's here to answer your questions. Welcome lauren thank you good morning. Carl orange relief is test. Somebody on carcass cass. She knows what they're talking about talking about. I'm talking about the okay. Whatever lauren. let's get straight into it. We've got dolores asking. She's just by heggie practice and they have no idea how the vaccine is going to be rolled out. They waited eight weeks for their flu vaccine last year. What are the logistics. That are involved in the vaccine. Rollout will because there's lots of different phases when not certain about how people are going to be notified through the light rollout. So we're talking about rollouts gonna happen in the latter half of this year. We do know that people that are included in the phase. One eight of the vaccine rollout. So that's i care. Workers people that are currently living in h care. Quarantine workers a lot of these people. They're going to be told by the employer and have the coronavirus vaccine lined up by their employer and then probably get the vaccine at work so people that can h care for example. They'll probably get their vaccine de but it's the latest stages that we're not too sure about. We know that there's a good chance that will eventually be up to register online to get the coronavirus vaccine. I'm but at this stage there is to register. It's a little bit of a white and say so just to be clear. Lauren and give us a flavor as well. In israel people were contacted because they had the electronic health records in the insurance public insurance companies. You're saying is that this whole strategy is going to rely on us registering and then seeing how we qualify at. What stage of the priority list. But it's important thing now to just make sure your medicare details up tonight And if you can have it linked to you my gov and then we know that the federal government has spent about thirty one million dollars in a public information campaign and a lot of the details about the light of rollout which moisture israeliens going to be included in is going to be coming out there so it'll be posted. tv campaigns. That'll be a lot of information on the website but right now it's just that fight that we really nari. They are going to be getting their vaccine soon. We know that they can probably be finding out through their employer but everyone else. We're kind of just going to have to wait and say

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Powerball jackpot winner worth $731.1M sold in Maryland

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Powerball jackpot winner worth $731.1M sold in Maryland

"We have a power ball winner but we may never know who it is the winning Powerball ticket worth seven hundred thirty one million dollars was sold at Coney market in Lonaconing Maryland the Maryland lottery says the Allegheny county store will receive a one hundred thousand dollar bonus for selling the winning ticket to the fifth largest lottery prize in U. S. history however just who will collect the money may never be known Maryland allows winners to remain anonymous and even larger mega millions jackpot will be available Friday night no one won the nine hundred seventy billion dollar prize earlier this week I'm I counted

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Musk to Tesla employees: 'Our stock will immediately get crushed like a souffle under a sledgehammer!' if we don't control costs

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

02:05 min | 8 months ago

Musk to Tesla employees: 'Our stock will immediately get crushed like a souffle under a sledgehammer!' if we don't control costs

"We also happen to have a leaked email from ulan. Musk to tussle employees today electric posted about this mid day today so i'll just read the email in full here. It's relatively short. Yulon says quote at a time like this when our stock is reaching new highs. It may seem as though spending carefully is not as important. This is definitely not true when looking at our actual profitability is very low at around one percent for the past year. Investors are giving us a lot of credit for future prophets. But if at any point they conclude that's not going to happen. Our stock will immediately get crushed like a souffle under a sledgehammer much more important in order to make our cars more affordable. We have to get smarter about how much we spent. This is a tough game of pennies requiring thousands of good ideas to improve part cost a factory process or simply the design while increasing quality and capabilities. A great idea would be one. That's as five dollars but the vast majority of fifty cents here or twenty cents there in order to make the electric revolution happen. We make electric cars stationary batteries and solar to go. Thanks great working with you as always alone and quiet. So i think the common first reaction when you email like this is oh tesla's struggling with profitability. Q four must be bat or something like that. I definitely don't think that's the case. I mean we have had price drops on the model seen some drops in china during the course of the quarter but for the most part i think tesla held steady. And we've actually even seen an increase in the price of full self driving and if that release goes wider tussle will be able to recognize a lot of that revenue this quarter and all those are before considering that we should easily see all time. High delivery numbers this quarter and last quarter tesla posted. Almost four percent prophet there. Gap net income was three hundred. Thirty one million dollars on to shove nine billion in revenue and even for the last twelve months tesla's gap net income margin has been percents even so i have no concerns about you for being profitable. They should clear that bar very easily. I think this can be taken very much face value. It's just gone saying hey. Don't get distracted by the stock price. That doesn't mean we have achieved victory yet overall were not extremely profitable. We still need to focus on cutting costs and bringing prices down for customers to me. It's as simple as that.

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DoorDash releases filing to go public

Techmeme Ride Home

02:51 min | 9 months ago

DoorDash releases filing to go public

"Door dash has filed. Its s with the sec. Which of course is the first step in an ipo. They will be listing their shares on the new york stock exchange under the ticker symbol dash. Das h. and speaking of dash we're expecting there to be a dash of companies rushing to go public before the end of the year. We're expecting roadblocks wish affirm airbnb all to file within weeks but back to door dash. Ns one means we finally get to take a look at the underlying business in a debut in company. Jordache reported that they had one point nine billion dollars in revenue for the first nine months of twenty twenty on which they lost one hundred and forty nine million dollars compare that to revenue of only five hundred eighty seven million dollars a year ago and a loss of five hundred and thirty three million dollars. Coding alex willem in tech crunch door to ashes. A heavily backed company with crush base reporting that the food delivery giant has accessed around two point. Five billion dollars in capital during its life most recently in a four hundred million dollar around this june at the time doordash was valued at a towering sixteen billion dollars post money giving the company big valuation shoes to fill. When at prices it's ipo and begins to trade jordache has grown incredibly rapidly scaling. Its revenues from two hundred ninety one million dollars in two thousand eighteen to eight hundred eighty five million dollars in twenty thousand nine and more recently from five hundred eighty seven million dollars on the first nine months of twenty nine thousand nine to one point nine two billion dollars in the same period of twenty twenty that is two hundred and twenty six percent growth in two thousand twenty thus far these sort of expansion. That explains why door dash was able to attract so much capital at such high prices. How high quality is ashes revenue in the first. Three quarters of two thousand nineteen the company had gross margins of thirty nine point nine percent and in the same period of two thousand twenty the figure rose to fifty three point. One percent a huge improvement for the consumer consumable delivery confab. The result of door dashes epic growth and gross margin. Improvement has been radically improving profitability. The companies operating loss fell from four hundred. Seventy nine million dollars on the first nine months of twenty and nineteen to just one hundred and thirty one million dollars in the same period of twenty twenty door dashes net losses are slightly worse. Five hundred thirty three million and one hundred and forty nine million over the same timeframe respectively but again compared to the company's top line growth and revenue quality improvements are inconsequential. Jordache has around one point. Six billion dollars in cash and equivalents heading into the fourth quarter. Meaning that it has ample cash to fund itself sands an ipo. The company is there for going out because it thinks the time is ripe and quote. Yeah that's a bigger better business than. I certainly expected growing faster than i expected. But then maybe. I shouldn't be surprised because you know covid but also positively improving gross margins. Maybe they think they need to get out the door now before a vaccine actually shows up and maybe stalls their growth a bit

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Dwayne The Rock Johnson is Buying an Entire Football League

Business Wars Daily

03:58 min | 1 year ago

Dwayne The Rock Johnson is Buying an Entire Football League

"For many of us, Monday nights sieve Longman, Monday, night football. So today's a good day to consider a shakeup in the football world. The potential revival of a would be competitor to the National Football League last week actor and former pro wrestler Dwayne the Rock Johnson with other investors bought a start-up Football League called the xfl this take some explanation especially to those who aren't avid sports fans. Let's start with the xfl contrary to popular belief. The NFL doesn't football is just had a monopoly for the most part for so long that most. Most people consider it an institution for the last couple of decades though rivals have attempted to build new leagues to compete with the. NFL. The XFL is one of those its roots began way back in the year two, thousand when World Wrestling Federation chairman. Vince. McMahon decided to build a league that could compete with the NFL NBC Cohen the League and planned to carry its games the XFL plan to extend the football season by playing games from just after the Super Bowl in February. Until late April. Now, at the time league owners, hopes were high that the Saturday night games could Wu and elusive audience TV. Teenage boys according to CNN. Vince McMahon. WWF had been almost magical in its ability to appeal to twelve to twenty four year. Old Males who typically don't stay home watching TV on Saturday nights. The xfl hoped McMahon could bring that WWF formula to football and win that desirable TV audience, and for one brief moment, it looked like their hopes were within reach the first game in two thousand, one drew more than fifteen million viewers a massive audience. That gold ring looked close and yet it turned out to be so far away as the season wore on audiences spell like a botched handoff after that single season, the xfl shutdown. Sometimes in life timing really is everything, and so it goes for Vince McMahon who decided that twenty twenty would be the right time to revive the xfl it launched in February, pitching the Seattle dragons against the DC defenders teams played five games among both players and owners. Optimism rained TV audiences varied by geography, but were decent enough that by March believe was well into planning the twenty twenty, one season. And then Kobe came along the League canceled the season March twentieth less than a month. Later, the XFL filed for bankruptcy sports writers added the xfl lists of other WanNa, NFL competitors who'd also tried to make a go of it over the years. The XFL seemed to be just another failed startup, but perhaps they declared the league's death too soon. Let's get back to Dwayne Johnson better known as the Rock Johnson actually started his career as a football player, but never made it to the NFL instead, he joined Vince McMahon's wwf where he quickly rose to superstardom before retiring to become an actor, he's now the highest paid actor in the world according to Forbes. With his business partner Danny Garcia who also happens to be his ex wife, the rock led the fifteen million dollar purchase of the. xfl. Out of Bankruptcy Sports Management Company redbird capital as a third partner. Johnson says the purchase was actually Garcia's idea she loves football and when the XFL declared bankruptcy, she saw their chance to own not just a team but an entire league not to get too grand about this. Consider that the salary of a single NFL football star say. Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak. Prescott is thirty, one million dollars. That's more than double what the partners paid for the xfl which has eight teams. Still, the deal made headlines. Perhaps it's a bit of hopeful light entertainment amidst the onslaught of grim. News in two thousand, twenty, Garcia. Johnson. Say They plan to produce multimedia content for fans year round, not just during the active spring season at production time, they hadn't yet said when the League will start to play again.

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14 players who could get long-term contracts this week

GSMC Football Podcast

02:12 min | 1 year ago

14 players who could get long-term contracts this week

"We're going to start off the last segment talking about. Deadlines as Their short time remaining for long term contracts with the deadline for franchise tag players to work out. long-term deals is now less than a week away. As Wednesday at four PM Eastern Standard Time draws near that is the deadline for any club that designated a franchise player to sign, said player to a multi year contract, following Wednesday tag player cannot signed an extension until after the final game upcoming regular season, and thus far of the fourteen players tag ten have signed their tenders and none have agreed to long term contracts so. With the economic uncertainty, due to unpredictable future amid the COVID, nineteen pandemic NFL insider Ian. rapoport reported Friday that it appears as if several will be playing on their one year deals including Tampa Bay Edge Shaq, Barrett. Washington Guard bread and sheriff in Jacksonville Pass, rusher, Nick In jock, who so? Those who are remaining to sign their tags are Djakou Denver Safety Justin Simmons Cincinnati Wide Receiver Green, and Chiefs Defensive Lineman Chris Jones. We talked about earlier, so the players who have signed their franchise tender is deck press got of course for thirty one million dollars temp Tennessee's Derrick Henry for ten million Hunter Henry sign through ten point six. Joe Sunni in New England sign fourteen point eight for his franchise tenure Washington. Brennan Sarah Sign Fifteen million. Leonard Williams scientists sixteen million in New York Baltimore's Matthew June signed for sixteen point eight Pittsburgh Buzzed depre- signed for fifteen point eight, and Minnesota's Anthony Harrison for eleven point four so. Of the franchise fourteen, each of them had their own story, but as a whole few seemed destined for long-term signings, many seem to have some contention with the tag and lease who are filling filing grievances regarding the position that they were designated ad

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Cowboys' Prescott signs $31M tag, still time for longer deal

NFL Live

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Cowboys' Prescott signs $31M tag, still time for longer deal

"Dak Prescott will make more than thirty one million dollars. Maxine does player that tag making me cowboys, the only with the NFL pay three players at least twenty million dollars per year. If Daphne, the CAP was can't reach a deal by July, teeth, the first quarterback to play a season under the tax, kirk cousins two thousand seventeen, so the man who broke the news himself shefty. We're going to turn to you to start things off. Why now for Dak? Prescott signing his tag tender? I think this is something that he's been thinking about all along field and again. You're in a situation where we're GONNA pandemic. We don't know whether they'll be fans this year. We don't know whether the revenues will be dropping. There are a lot of unanswered questions, and in a time of uncertainty, I think. Dak Prescott is opting for the certainty of thirty one point four million dollars. Dollars that become guaranteed once. He does sign that franchise. Tag John told he will do today and again to have that guaranteed. There's not preclude the two sides from having those contract talks though they're no further along at this point in time, dad continues to want a four year deal. The cowboys wanted to sign a five or longer year deal, and the two sides unable to. To bridge their differences, so if Dak Prescott in the cowboys cannot work out their differences by July, Fifteen Dak would play this year for thirty one point four million dollars, the two sides would be barred from having any talks about any extension until after the season, and maybe they find themselves right back in the same spot next year, and if the salary cap stays flat or Or goes down the cost of Franchising Dak next year would be about thirty seven point seven million dollars, which could be prohibitive if the CAP stays flat or goes down Dax going, take a thirty one point four this year, and then take his chances next year, if and when these two sides cannot get a deal done a long term deal done in the next few

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Marriott profit plunges 92% as coronavirus zaps travel

MarketFoolery

02:53 min | 1 year ago

Marriott profit plunges 92% as coronavirus zaps travel

"Marriott international net income in the first quarter a year ago was three hundred seventy five million dollars and this year. It's thirty one million dollars still profitable. It should is still profitable. Marietta's also laying off tens of thousands of people. What do you see when you look at a massive hotel company like marijuana pain and you know what this one hits kind of close to home? Because they're headquartered out of says where I live so I actually can put faces to furloughed workers so it's tough man. The stock reflects how bad it is down. Forty two percent This year Revenue per room. The the we like to call it on par down twenty two and a half percent for the quarter which was down by twenty percent North America down thirty percent outside North America. Now that's not that bad because when you look at April Rev was down ninety percent but that's not reflected in these numbers because the quarter ended at the end of March but the pain was really really really Significant in April twenty five percent of Marriott. Seventy three seventy four hundred hotels are closed a little bit of bright spot they think maybe China is recovering somewhat occupancy. There hit twenty five percent in April. I think it's fascinating that we consider twenty five percent to be somewhat encouraging as you noted the the numbers are just devastating adjusted operating income. One hundred ninety two million for the quarter down from six hundred and fifty five million in last year's first quarter so then you know we got the balance sheet. How bad is this? And how much danger could they be in debt of twelve billion cash of only one point eight billion so they went back to the markets which I think is wise Raise another two point. Five billion dollars through debt issuance to to kind of shore up that balance sheet. Interestingly they actually bought some stock back one hundred and fifty million dollars of stock back during the quarter before they said. Well maybe maybe not we should halt this cancel the dividend as well Preserve our cash. Because we don't know when this is GonNa get better so that that's wise. As I mentioned earlier furloughing tens of thousands of hotel staff two thirds of their corporate workers. There are four thousand or so of those in total for lowering about two thirds of them So they're just hunker down mode. GonNa wait. This out. Traditionally a very strong company traditionally very popular company to work for always on the list of of you know great companies to work for. This is just an exogenous. Hit to their business that they're to just have to wait out and they'll come back but we just can't predict exactly when this starts to firm

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Mainframes: The GE 225 and the Birth of BASIC

Command Line Heroes

08:11 min | 1 year ago

Mainframes: The GE 225 and the Birth of BASIC

"Mr Adams finds his new checking account very useful instead of collecting the money. Direct wreck from the Ellendale National Bank. The company does it through its own bank like many other banks it sends its checks to the Federal Reserve Bank for Collection Action. The Federal Reserve Bank is set up to handle thousands of checks from hundreds of banks in a single day in nineteen gene. forty-seven a check winds. Its Way through a bank to get the positive and legions of bank workers are clocking in countless hours to deal with all those checks. The Post War economy was booming but that meant banks were now drowning and paperwork. They were forced to close at two PM just to leave time time for filling out ledgers by hand and they were still falling behind a fast powerful machine was urgently needed to keep up with the pace of business over Bank of America. They had millions of checks to handle each day. Here's William Casio professor at the Kellogg School of Management Cement and northwestern university. Can you imagine the world banking without computers. I mean this is heavy paperwork intensive in the street and particularly the case of Bank of America with all the multiple branches. So there's all this information that they want quickly and To be able to communicate and also due process it So that was really important for for such a large company and I couldn't. They understood that computers was the way of future. So in nineteen fifty fifty be of a contracted Stanford Research Institute to figure out how to automate the handling of all those checks it took Sri five years ears to build a prototype which they called the electronic recording machine accounting or IRMA. The machine had over a million feet of wiring Eight thousand vacuum tubes and weighed about twenty five tons it has the potential to handle fifty thousand transactions a day Bank of America with keen to start producing the IRMA. Right away so they sent out a request for proposal to electrons manufacturers to bid on on the job of course everyone figured the winner would be the Juggernaut of business machines. Miss Snow White herself. Ibm Doc Baker was the VP of electrons division over at GE and he knew his boss quarter didn't want to move into IBM's territory. He new computers were out of bounds when he got wind of Bank of America. RFP Will Baker saw an opening he didn't want to miss he approached Barney. Oldfield the manager of GE's Microwave Laboratory in Palo Alto which was the nearest facility to Sri and he made oldfield a proposition. Here's John Joseph and associate professor of strategy at the University of California Irvine. You know I think here was was somebody who was a very successful aggressive entrepreneur type at GE and was a savvy manager and businessman and saw this as a huge opportunity to grow the division Baker along with Oldfield was able to convince as their boss coordinator that this would be a special purpose process control system not a general purpose computer not something that would upset IBM. Ge was certainly not going into the computer business. The reason I think Coordin- eventually capitulated was that that he put a condition on them going after it and said just this contract. We don't want to enter the business machine market or generally we we want enter specifically this particular bid and you can go after it and so he said go coroner let them go ahead with the RFP feeling confident that they wouldn't win the contract anyway. Let him blow off some creative steam and then old fueled hand-delivered their proposal Rosal to the Bank San Francisco office and waited then much to everyone's surprise IBM pulled Out of the race and even more unexpectedly. GE's proposal rose to the top Bank of America. Awarded them the contract not any of the other technology manufacturers the underdogs got it the underdogs. Ge one the multi million dollar their contract on April Ninth Nineteen fifty-six be of as board of directors accepted GE's proposal Baker signed and a thirty one million dollar contract without running it by his boss Corner. This impossible project was becoming Lille. All Oldfield Oldfield needed now was a place to build the armies and Oh yeah an actual computer

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Chicago police and fire overtime continue to surge

Steve Cochran

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago police and fire overtime continue to surge

"Chicago taxpayers spend two hundred ten million dollars on police and fire overtime last year despite orders to rein it in WGN's James Sears has the numbers the sun times reporting the city spent one hundred thirty one million dollars police overtime the same as the year before mayor Lightfoot had played a hold former superintendent Eddie Johnson accountable but he was fired personnel are now sweeping in and out of work the fire department spent nearly seventy nine million dollars on overtime of sixteen percent from the previous year and six times as much as in twenty eleven that's being blamed on four hundred fifty six

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Epic says its PC game store now has more than 100 million users

Techmeme Ride Home

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Epic says its PC game store now has more than 100 million users

"Says says it's PC game store which also serves as fortnight's launcher has one hundred and eight million users and has generated two hundred and fifty thirty one million dollars in third party game sales since its debut in December of two thousand eighteen if he were to add in the fortnight revenue also generated on the store. Total sales in the game store would come to six hundred and eighty million dollars quoting the verge. Epoch says it's kicked in twenty three million dollars others in coupons and discounts toward game sales.

Epic says its PC game store now has more than 100 million users

Techmeme Ride Home

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Epic says its PC game store now has more than 100 million users

"Says says it's PC game store which also serves as fortnight's launcher has one hundred and eight million users and has generated two hundred and fifty thirty one million dollars in third party game sales since its debut in December of two thousand eighteen if he were to add in the fortnight revenue also generated on the store. Total sales in the game store would come to six hundred and eighty million dollars quoting the verge. Epoch says it's kicked in twenty three million dollars others in coupons and discounts toward game sales.

White Sands officially becomes the 62nd national park

AP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

White Sands officially becomes the 62nd national park

"White sands national monument in southern New Mexico is now white sands national park white sands became the sixty second designated national park Friday with president trump signing of the national defense authorization act for twenty twenty which included a provision on the redesignation white sands national monument was established in nineteen thirty three by president Herbert Hoover to preserve the white sands in additional features of scientific scenic and educational interest white sands sees hundreds of thousands of visitors every year more than any other park service location in New Mexico in twenty seventeen white sands a logged more than six hundred thousand visits and spurred more than thirty one million dollars in spending for the local economy

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"On the Bubble" Oscar Contenders

The Big Picture

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"On the Bubble" Oscar Contenders

"Oscar season is getting a little narrow. They're just eighty two days between now and the Ninety Second Annual Academy Awards. Amanda how are you feeling about that. It's feeling very close. All of a sudden it's getting tight where the time went given the shortened season and we need to talk about some on the bubble double Oscar contenders. Are you ready to do that. Okay let's go to the big picture big picture in the big picture. Do you know what I mean. Okay Amanda on Friday. The Oscars announced their producers there to women who. I'm not terribly familiar with. We're going to talk about them very briefly there Stephanie Allen and Lynette Hal Taylor. They both worked in film and television over the years. They are unseen that award show production but they have a lot of experience in the field of managing talent. What do we think about the the addition Asian of these two women? Well managing talent is a major part of the actual awards show and also everything leading up to it if you conceive of the academy and the Oscars is just a bunch of egos in a room. People who have experienced that are worthwhile. I think it's also possibly to the Oscars benefit to have people who aren't Kinda in the machine. I mean yeah giving a fresh look. That was my reaction as well. First timers sometimes can be perilous but sometimes can bring something fresh. They'll have a couple of decisions in front of them particularly some things we've talked about in in the past whether there should be a host how long the show should be the way that the show is paced where musical performances go. How many montages? There are a lot of different things that go into making and constructing constructing an Oscars telecast will keep a very close watch on that and inside of that telecast. Maybe there will be some of these movies. We're GONNA talk about here. Maybe not the first movie we're GonNa talk about about opened on Friday. It's called four versus Ferrari. It had a very solid box office performance over the weekend made thirty one million dollars in America now. I don't want us to lose our heads about that because that actually if you look back at say this time last year fantastic beasts to open to about sixty eight million dollars And this time the year before. That movies like Thor Ragnarok dominating at the box office this is a significant step down even though thirty one million dollars ours is considered a success. Do you think it's box office is related at all to. It's award season strength. I think it has to be because we had talked a bit about Ford versus Ferrari in the sense of. It's coming a bit later in Oscar season and the reason that is on the bubble is because we have been talking about these news for a while. And I think you and I and in many Oscar prognosticators sense of not who the locks are kind of the front runners and there is not as much room room the closer you get to in a shortened aboard season as you as you mentioned for new big movies to elbow their way and so I think anything helps oops doing well at the box office especially. It's like a proportionate success it's a movie for adults and adults went to see it and it made like a solid amount of money and it seems like it's not going to be a disaster. Mr and everyone walked out and was like hey great movie remember when they made movies with movie stars so I think that it couldn't have gotten a best picture nominee money without this success. If it had bombed it would have been difficult for it to pull up. Yeah I'm curious. I'm really curious about this. I honestly have no idea. It does seem like it's doing doing well with older viewers and and as we know the academy for all of its efforts is older. It's mature immature group of voter. I truly maybe not in their decision making but just the linear chronology and the other thing about it is that it's very male the academies the academy Um you still sixty eight percent men and this is a movie about men and dying masculinity and it's not an assault on that idea. It's nostalgic check about that idea and so I can certainly see a world in which is an automated. It's funny that you characterize it the way you did because I agree with you that it has been kind of lagging behind the marriage. Stories reason the parasites and the once upon a time in Hollywood's in the Irishman's the sort of like Laki seeming movies that we've been talking about a lot but I feel like a movie like little women which the public is not gonna see for another another about six weeks somehow has more momentum than a movie like Ford Versus Ferrari even though it premiered back in telluride and this is a little bit about the bubble of love film discourse as well as the people who are tracking. This are allowed more excited about gut movie written directed by Greta. Gerwig starring Florence View and search Ronin and Timothy Charlemagne and a lot of internet younger friendly names and I think there is also the little women is geared towards women and there are a lot of women excited for this because we don't get that many movies which were going to have to talk more about in this episode later on and I'm really upset but I kind of think that because Ford is like the stately. Traditional almost throwback type of Oscar movie. It's not no one is advocating vacating for it seems in

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'Ford v Ferrari’ races to No. 1 at the box office

Colleen and Bradley

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

'Ford v Ferrari’ races to No. 1 at the box office

"All human beings went to the movies and they saw Ford verses Ferrari which the weekend box office earning thirty one million dollars in its debut weekend the other big new movie of the weekend Charlie's angels well it didn't fare so well that movie grossed eight point six million dollars in third

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"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on AP News

"Extra money through long term land leases with solar developers university of Massachusetts researchers of launch the study to examine the idea opponents argue that there'd be long term environmental consequences Ford V. Ferrari race to a thirty one million dollar debut at the box office in a number one finish James man golds racing drama road into the weekend with strong reviews and Oscar buzz Ford's leads a Christian bale and Matt Damon the movies about the Ford motor company's push to unseat Ferrari is the dominant racing company of the sixties meanwhile Elizabeth banks's Charlie's angels reboot couldn't keep up the Kristen Stewart led film open below expectations with eight point six million dollars observation decks that dot Tokyo cityscape offers stunning views for tourists and locals know to offer the same view but fans say they are all spectacular a ride up to the top of some structures cost as much as thirty dollars a trip but the Tokyo metropolitan government buildings observation deck is free the forty eight story office is surrounded by Shinjuku district sky scrapers the view is more intimate than from most other observatories the panoramic views from Tokyo tower are an homage to the Eiffel Tower that was built in nineteen fifty eight to signify Japan's economic revival that's where fans can take a selfie with Mount Fuji in the background on a clear day and they also lean in and look down on the traffic patterns of the famous your boy you're crossing from the forty sixth floor of the east tower of slick new shipboard yes scramble square news for Friday November fifteenth I'm timid wire on.

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'Ford v Ferrari' speeds to No. 1; 'Charlie's Angels' fizzles

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

'Ford v Ferrari' speeds to No. 1; 'Charlie's Angels' fizzles

"The end of your race are behind the wheel your car I scanned the racing drama opened to strong reviews and Oscar buzz for its least Christian Vale and Matt Damon for Ellery we have a full correct in audiences greeted for dresses for ari in half the plea earned an estimated thirty one million dollars in its debut making it the top drawn theaters the World War two battle movie midway drops the second just ahead of the latest preview of Charlie's angels you are in the presence of angel and comics

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"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"Cup equals four hundred million Jesus Christ and they get seven percent so the women's estimate is one hundred and thirty one million dollars. The men's revenue is over six billion dollars. It's really not that big a deal. So what you're saying is women should be charged. Ten dollars in men should be charged twenty to the World Cup games fix it all all right now. I've given you a twitter instagram. Tell them where to find. You twitter first name last name net for T._v. an E. F. E. R. T. I. T. I. Jack Says Jay q easy Ez same on instagram same on face with men shoot their shot waste their time on the M. Don't waste your time because I'm not even checking it even look look for what you know how many pitchers and resumes I get no they send you resume heison you resumes Hicks Yeah Pick Privates and resumes but the guy will send you his resume S. I mean sometimes that's cool. Eh or they'll make an appointment. They think that if like they're not married and don't have children that that's going to give them a better shot. I mean kind of does I mean I mean I get a better shot which you can understand why he would think that no yeah that's cool but I don't know oh you want journalists. And what makes you think that actually go on a date with you. Because I met you on instagram true never once. Did you like just talk to somebody on Instagram D._M.. Turned into something never go and nobody come out and say a NATO how many receipts and I'm good with answering the question. Wow Yeah you definitely want to get a lot right now. Listen to whatever you tell them not to do. They're definitely about the do you got to send us the worst resume Somme that you get from brilliant idiots resume or like resumes brilliant listeners know he deserves it all right. We'll do the worst pitas pick uh-huh the sad one soft soft and they're all said because why do you think that that would even attract me to begin with a weird thing to do back there screaming boom say what who unscreened boom unless the girls ask for dictates a lot no. I'm no. They're just sending them. These are our quest yeah so our jail letters. I always yeah the air-dropping Dixon Attleboro Llosa air-dropping everybody. He'll some dude on a flight tried to send me a pic burl and we on the same flight for four hours together lear wealthy would have done it sent me a picture of him like he's in his seat smiling. I'm like maybe you should change the name I was in business class. Brought took that curtain close so fast on nothing to do with the air-dropping diggers like looking ice cream in the store put them to Tailby and you should be charged joe going to subway with US regular folk i. Why are you thinking we're going to sniff? Don't invite us in your life. A knack like has happened before if not they're gonNA make sure it does. Hey you go on that subway. You're going to get some Dick's six. They don't just do it in the subway doing any crowded place if they see you and they can get you like Oh such. Such phone dropped the Dick so just she's an even your phone still they just do it. Randomly like whoever's there. I'm going to try to prank themselves. They don't Care Brooklyn. Turn your drop off when you could do that. Yes that's how it seems back to your phone. That's why phone dykes said dicks Goddamn draft and Celikkol reading your battery a little bit faster too so I need to get my shit so close out the APPs close all right okay you could also do airdrop words. Only your contacts like people that you know like everybody in this regard on me to do move on so that strangers are just sending you pitchers. That's how I do it usually well then. That's why you're getting all these picks feathers. It's partly your fault. Don't be surprised if you air-dropping you <music>. I feel like you've got all right as always listen to the podcast. We're smart brilliant just a yes we are but if you think we're just a couple of eighties. Don't know Shit. You're right to brewing needs podcast. Thank you for coming of course guys. This episode has been brought to you by cliff bars cliff bars. I love me a clipboard man. I'M NOT GONNA lie. I love me cliff bar. That's what I do right before. I hit the gym I go cliff bar. <hes> the absolutely delicious made me feel healthy okay. They got all these great flavors. A lot of these bars tastes like shit for not cliff bar clip Duarte's amazing. I go at that peanut <hes> peanut butter one <hes> actually got two different types of club bars. They're the ones that have like the filling inside as well. Those are really good. I recommend them <hes> but look there's a whole lot of tasty new fruit and see bar from cliff bar okay. This soft baked snack bar. Has All the goodness that you want Scott Pumpkin Pumpkin sees almonds cashews dried cherries or ginger and none of the stuff that you don't want that means no gluten bank no soy bang no dairy bang or added sugar. I don't do too added sugar plus. It's packed with ten grams of plant..

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"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:45 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"On the the soccer pay disparity one of the things the women don't get the per diem use the accommodations you know some of the benefits that the men's men do and that's that's probably wrong they should they should get that from the United States soccer association they don't get the public relations travel and training budgets and all that kind of thing but the numbers that have been quoted six billion dollars for the mail World Cup versus a hundred and thirty one million dollars for the female I mean it's said he you can't do it you can't pay them equally even though certainly they've been more successful than the man half so that's that's the situation and you know people can say well it's sexism and all of that but you know that's that's not exactly what it is Jason man Jersey city is with us on the fan go ahead Jason Hey there I didn't look up any of the numbers for the revenue but earlier today and she was looking up with all the no ways that you worship and they were saying that people is estimating that one billion people watching the women's World Cup versus three point six billion for the men last year so maybe with better TV deal in the future you know with the increased in L. viewership that you know that's only about twenty five percent of the other here's another ten percent the person maybe it'll get a little bit more equal going forward well I think it could it could you know it's it's one of those things where you know with the caller before was talking about without watching soccer I mean I watch the finals and you know I'm not really into it either you know it's it's a game that's the most popular game in the world but it's not the most popular game in the United States and it's a game that you know I I can take or leave in a lot of people can then just matter of taste it's a matter of growing up with it you know I'm sure that if when I was a kid my father took me to a soccer games and Major League Soccer didn't exist then but if he did instead of baseball I might have a different interest so it's not the really in in America's case discrimination or you know sexism or anything like that it's just a question of of dollars and cents basically let's go to Jerry in Rockland center you're on the fan Jerry good evening Richard how are you Hey good Richard I have a problem with those of six billion dollar numbers should go in a you talking three hundred country six hundred team general management women you have to look at the US soccer federation numbers for the last three years that women have been actually out earning man the manner still Tripoli pay basically here with the women women get ninety nine thousand dollars if they win or twenty matches that is scheduled to play in Maine we get two and sixty three thousand all that you know I'm local women equality and I can't affect what happens in U. Pakistan and India or Afghanistan in every place else with the eighties women ridiculously less money from P. for them the American women get but American women sensor outpacing the main reason you watch or it's three years should be getting equal pay definitely I mean if they are making the same amount or more money than the men are in this country and that's how they're basing the amount of money that they're being paid they they should they should get more I don't have a problem with that but but you know if we're talking about the World Cup the women's World Cup for his is the mail World Cup there's a huge disparity see and I think that's that's the big issue but if you're just talking about what happens in the USA and the training and the salary that they get verses the revenue that they attract and that's that's a different story and the training budgets and the per diem is and all that kind of stuff but it should be it should be fairly dispersed let's go to Solomon anal like word you're on the fans Solomon yeah I ever want I want to ask you a baseball question I have one if you want to pack judge for pizza on over the next ten years other franchise would you take knowing judges injury record about just you have hit on the owners right here would you take saw it you know we're we're we're talking about looking into a crystal ball I see the reason I might go with Alonzo is that he plays of a less stressful position at first base verses the outfield now he's only he's at thirty home runs in major league career you know judge it fifty two in his rookie season he had what thirty something last year he's got a more of a resume it's possible that Alonso could be a flash in the pan and be another Joe sharp and but I don't think so I think that the body type you know and this is something Bob clap fission I've talked about the body type the judge has where he's really kind of got a weight lifters bodies got that you know powerful force on everything else wares Alonzo is a little bit you know the column a polar bear because he's not you know cut like a weight lifter he doesn't have that deal that might be more conducive to staying healthy playing baseball than judges build so I would think Alonzo might be less prone to injuries but who knows and that would be the determinative factor because they're both great players they both have a lot of power they're batting averages are pretty similar judges a more polished player at this point but when you say that he's playing the judge's point out on on judge of the correct AT the traffic defensive outfielder I got a great arm but you know a lines it was billed as this guy that that wasn't a very good first baseman and I'll tell you watching of this year I think you so very good for space would would you rate judge defensively over Alonso yeah probably okay so you so I guess you would take judge I I would judge brown also Yankees man so could be on course for judge well there you go no but you see I mean we're trying to predict injuries in can I mean judge could play the next ten years and not miss a game not get hurt but so far he's had these problems early in his career and you know as you get older more things happened things break down more frequently than when you're younger so the you know if if I had to guess you know I would say that he'd made a missed more games with injury but that's a gas singles there's no way to predict but they're both great players let's go to Carlos ridge when you're on the fan Carlos hi Richard first on a long time the only thing about I read today in the New York paper that to look at the list of about commando can I get you know sign up is here and he said that hello is always looking to score in a thirty point plus but when he didn't score you know more than thirty he will be like mad and things like that and you figure that comment was role today's NBA should be somebody that should come and then work with the second team course is working with the starter and so on are you want to get your view on criminal because I like Carmelo but I never really liked his came to the with political mellow and I'm a big fan but never really liked the trade for you know when when don and eight that Denver trade and being traded pretty much everybody get come alone here when he couldn't find them the next year he was a free agent in Camillus force members had to bring them over to New York and I did not know I I just figure that somebody needs to Mr bone from making these crazy moves and like I might be back in the mid eighties when does time burger was kicked out of baseball and and they had the other day like clothes running this area well you see I think we all do it where we were very Ince's star power you know when we look at guys who are stars and we want to see you know get as many stars as we can where as winning teams yeah they have stars mean you look at the Golden State with Iran and Thompson and you know curry and and those guys but they also played as a team which is why I think the Golden State even though they've lost a couple of key guys are still going to be a very good team and I wouldn't count them out for herbs get into the conference finals or even winning another championship I think it's pretty wide open now yeah they've lost a couple of really really good players no question about it but they they got Russell and they re loading and and you know if you just go for that star power if you get there one guy well you realize you know you can't just one guy maybe you can't even do it with just two guys you know I think we we we learn for a long time we thought okay just give lebron you're gonna when are you going to go to the finals he's your ticket there well it didn't work out last year with the Lakers so even if the great lebron needs complementary players around him to win so and I think the idea that you got Carmelo and Carmelo is going to take you to the promised land it didn't work out and he didn't have the surrounding cast and you know the sad thing is that when Lynn sanity role and it had you know Lynn plane at that level and this chain and doing what he did and Carmelo came back and they couldn't work together and that was the shame because if they could have figured out a way to get together and work together that could have been a special team and they just couldn't do it let's go to Louis and marine park here on the family because my mom died J. Louie was still on alright I know nobody watches tennis but I'm excited but his name is Donald federal match I mean like you store the greatest of all time you know and I'm really excited about that number one what do you think about that match coming up well here you not a big Pete Sampras guy then ha you know in this time but both these guys yeah they you know grand slams and then they I just love watching them but which I really wanted no question I got the other day the Dodgers had a parade down the canyon the heroes the judge never did and then mix never did I know what the Dodgers soon they added on blogs you have you the judge didn't have it because of well it didn't matter what you enjoy moved to New Jersey but.

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"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Most expected Kevin Durant has left Golden State joining Tyree Irving the Andre Jordan and Garrett temple in signing up with the nets Durant expected to technically had east through a side entry with Brooklyn is that a brincar de Angelo Russell to San Francisco that deal also will include the dubs sending Andre Iggy dollar to Memphis he is likely to get bought out and could sign with Lakers today the clippers and the raptors still waiting to meet with kawaii letter to the finals MVP sat out yesterday's madness although Magic Johnson told the LA times he spoke with collider and his uncle about those Lakers the Sixers are losing Jimmy Butler to the heat in a sign and trade involving Josh Richard stim and JJ Redick to the pelicans but Philly keeps Tobias Harris and adds al war for the veteran center gets one hundred nine million dollars over four seasons now after missing out on to rant those next as moose mentioned a second ago got guard Reggie bullock and forwards Julius Randle Taj Gibson and Bobby Portis all right the wizards not expected to match Portis's two year thirty one million dollar offer stunning right yeah exactly veteran guard Beverly is staying with the clippers for three nights and they did match forty Mexican Bobby I have been listed July not so fat will match that one from the worst organization so the second worst who don't have a GM I like the Knicks right now had been really responding with the clippers three years and forty million the box have re signed Chris Middleton and brook Lopez doubling down on the Lopez family signing robin as well there were also some huge extensions handed out yesterday for years and one hundred ninety six million Portland for Damian Lillard five years of box seventy four Jamal Murray in Denver none of this official until Saturday losers of seven in a row the Mets considered making a date last night leading a three two lead to become a five three whole entering the bottom of the eighth now the patch.

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"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Kushinka is here with more of America's. First news in rapid line fire tornadoes tour across Indiana and Ohio overnight packed so closely together that one cross the path car by another storms, drew debris so thick that at one point highway crews to you, snow plows to clear, an interstate, at least half a dozen communities from eastern Indiana, through central Ohio suffered Davidge Ohio resident Blake differed, you could hear a pin drop within five ten seconds goes from quiet to a jet engine picking off. It's the loudest noise of ever heard some five million people were without power early today in Ohio alone towns, just outside Dayton took some of the most damaging hits a man carrying a knife, any Channon screaming. I will kill you attacked a group of school girls and adults near a bus stop just outside Tokyo today killing two and injuring sixteen before killing himself. Most of the victims were schoolgirls who were lined up at a bus. Stop when a man in his fifties began slashing them with knives. City officials say the suspect was captured but died from. Self inflicted cut to the neck. Vice President Mike Pence accompanied by acting secretary of defense. Patrick Shanahan took part in the annual wreath laying ceremony and delivered remarks at Arlington National Cemetery to Mark Memorial Day. Grateful nation. It is my. Profound privilege to be here. On the Jala ground of Arlington National Cemetery for the one hundred and fifty first occasion. Where we gather to pay debt of honor and gratitude, intense brought up North Korea's pledge to return, the remains of fallen soldiers back to the US, but didn't mention that efforts to recover those remains of come to a halt with US officials citing a lack of cooperation from North Korea Pence, Martha somber occasion by visiting the tomb of the unknown soldier, Disney's Aladdin the latest in a series of live action remakes, the company's titles open with a strong performance at the box office over the weekend. The live action version of the nineteen Ninety-two animated hit grossed an estimated one hundred twelve point seven million dollars over the four day holiday weekend, last week's number one movie John wick chapter three para bellum got thirty one million dollars for second place. Disney's vendors endgame continued its record setting hall, and third-place adding twenty two point three million. Excellent. Thanks, jen. It is twenty three minutes after the hour on This Morning, America's.

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"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

10:22 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Chetty jets. Dr Christian told you guys go beyond thirty five minute segment because I start to lose it at that point. I'm like a pitcher, right? I got like ninety pitchers pitch ninety just lose steam. And that that I like it. It's like seeing a car accidents. I van my brain froze on me felt like Marco Rubio remembering your goal. Yes. That's right. I do know what the poll is at John sap twenty-five. We'd like to hear from you. If you could keep only one free agent who would it be Nathan of all the Joe Kelly Craig kimbrel or Steve Pearce? I'm gonna ask you that question yet. You could only pick one who is it in terms of long term for the Red Sox or it's a simple question. Pick one. All it's not a simple question because money is involved. Of course, it is. So go there pick one. Nathan evolved, e okay. Yeah. I think that's the easy one right because he's so versatile, but he's also going to cost more than every other player besides kimbrel. Right kimberlite thinks these I'd really want Pierce back. You do in this guy like Pierce somewhere else? Now, he's the greatest don't go to the World Series. You could find another peer somewhere else if he wants more money. Late if he wants a ton of money, I'm not paying him. I'm not paying Steve Pearce made seven million last year. So do you think that he's going to want a ton of money? Okay. When the MVP of the World Series, you deserve more money. Yeah. I'm just thinking Pearce likes it here. He's made some money. We are. Fine, whatever. But if he wants a lot of my give would you give Pierce to year sixteen million knowing that you up Moreland for one more year at like, seven and a half million, essentially, you'd be getting first base taking care of some t h at bats with Pearson Morlin for about fifteen million dollars. I would because that would be I think that would be a great deal for both sides, right because moorlands not durable is not terrible Pierce. You know, you're gonna get plus defense. And whenever you play the Yankees. He's he's killer. He can play some outfield and then again against lefties, right? If there only one play both evolved as well. But he's going to be expensive. It's gonna I'd rather spend the money on the pitching down the pitching teepee Alaska is either you can find the peers cheap during the I keep using nowadays. They already did that use. I use a cop is Alex Cobb for Nathan all the NF had Tommy John surgery the numbers of somewhat similar, and it would take about four fifty six to bring of all the back. Now is he afford starter is he potentially you're closer? Because I think you move on from kimbrel. Yes. At least like to bring back because you've got to consider the future budget of the team. And I know we're going to look into that. But it makes the most sense to bring if you if you have to bring one of those guys back you'd wanna volley back because what you just said because of the versatility he brings and how well he pitch for you in the postseason, you still only twenty eight and now again, he went through some rough stretches year too. He wasn't. He's not particularly good, and I would expect for him to do similar things this year too. I think suddenly because he had a great postseason run that he's going to be dominant turned into Justin Verlaine. So if I'm the Red Sox. I absolutely look at it and say we will not go higher than X amount for Nathan evolve. And you can't you don't want to get into a bidding war for him. We will let him go. If somebody wants to bid this much more than us. They want to give him eighteen million a year that's outside. Just because you want to bring him back doesn't mean you should bring him back Bill Belichick during the off season. Sue this. You're saying that Joe Kelly is going to come back. Well, Joe Kelley. Let's say two years fourteen million dollars a year two years. Eight eight million a year million sixteen it, maybe he's you're closer, right? And of all the starter. And if that doesn't work out, then a volley can become the closer and Kelly becomes more of a setup guy. The thing I've noticed about Joe Kelley could it just be that in big moments? He shines that sometimes he loses concentration, and I don't know June July like he did last year. But he was brilliant in October. He was really good. The first two months is he just a guy that when the lights are brightest? It's like, hey, this is cool. I'll bitch closed then because needed close enough to lose his the whole idea. Closer puts a lot of pressure on you, and he reacts well to it. Now, I think that he's just who he is. And you're going to get a couple of good months out of him in a couple of bad months out of a menu. Just hope the good months fall on the important dates. Well, then you don't make him you closer. Then. No, I wouldn't blow making my closer. Yeah. So who becomes the closer? You can try go. I would go externally for closing or how about brazier if you feel that he could be a closer because to go outside is gonna still cost money. Maybe not what you'd have to sign kimbrel four. But still going to be a lot of money to get a closer. You can't have it both ways if you want someone who's closed before, and you feel confident in that still gonna cost you money, and it can't be Sergio Romo Carreira. I've said this before Kelvin Herrera, I think that that's going to still be in the ten eleven he's going to be expensive. But if you can bring in Harare, and you lose Joe Kelly. I'm okay with that trade off because you'd feel more comfortable with Harare's you're closer than Kelly because he's done it. Yeah. So if you don't pay if you paying. Laura to three million dollars a year more than joke. Joe Kelley science for you lose Kelly because of it I I'm okay with that trade off, right? Okay. And then you have kimbrel bid to do. That's the I can see them saying. Craig great. We're going to give you four at seventy eight. That's just not going to happen. That's a lot of money because you've got a lot of other. It's it's a position that they were able to overcome poor performance from in the postseason anyways. And so listen, he's been the most part spectacular. All he's been in a Red Sox uniform. He's racked up a lot of saves said really good numbers, but they can't afford to pay closer like that. With all these big contracts coming up, it just doesn't make any financial sense. And a lot of those big contracts, and you're you're starting rotation. That's why I've evolved these you fought starter at four years fifty six million that's fourteen million dollars a year. Look at the salaries you're gonna have to lay out next year. David price is coming back for the next four years at thirty one million dollars a year reports one more year twenty one million then he becomes a free agent after the nineteen season. Chris sale fifteen million a year, he becomes a free agent after the two thousand nine hundred and season. So your top three starters. You're going to be committed to sixty seven million dollars for just three starters. And if you sign a Baldy for fourteen million dollars a year, you're talking eighty one million dollar. For four starters Rodriguez who you have cost control over for a couple more years. He could be a fist started. Brian Johnson is a guy that you can bring in as a potential fish cider old reliable all reliable foreign two-thirds Brian Johnson, which actually in modern baseball may be good enough. You may get a big Cy Young next will averaging four and two thirds per start. So that's what you're looking at. And then there's even more concerned because Andrew Bogart's becomes a free agent at the end of next year. Now, what do you pay him? He made seven million last year. He'll go to arbitration again this year. I'm sure get a bump. But what do you commit to Zander Bogart's? Do you commit the ball guides going forward? He'll be twenty eight when he's a free agent. So he's still pretty young after the twenty nine thousand nine seasons. Still a young guy. Who's a I think a top five shortstop in sport top seven shortstop in the sport. But he also will be a free agent the same year unless they sign before that with Didi gregorius who I think I think glorious is a slightly better field them Bogart's. I think Bogart's are slightly better hitter. But you know, you're talking about two really good shortstop that could be free after next season. So what's the market for them? Are we talking twenty five million a year for Bogart's? Yeah. You're going to have to look at cops. Obviously Machado is going to set the set the bar. I I'm assuming he's gonna get paid because he wants to play shortstop. They would prefer him there. Then at third where he's played before. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. I would think he wants to play shortstop because the value goes up a tick if you're shorts ranked so he's he'll set the bar there. And then Bogart's in gregorious will get paid a little bit slightly below that because they're not quite as good as he is and careers younger than them. So he's a couple years away. Right. Seeger's another bar, right? Yeah. And Seger is only really done it for years too. So I don't think Segers values above Bogart's careers. I think everything being equal everybody being healthy. He's the best shortstop in baseball. But that hasn't been the case with him. He's at injury concerns. I just think skill set is just top five player in baseball without question. But you still have to perform in Bogart just coming off his best season. Right. So what's the ceiling? Terms of money. You're the Machado deal is going to be very telling about what that's going to be. And we know who's anti-drug arts agent is is Scott Boras, Scott Boris is always going gonna milk every single dime e Ken from you. So we're talking I think at a minimum six one fifty football. Maybe more commit that to him. And then what does that mean the following year? With one Mookie Betts, right better, Alexandra. He's gonna get mega bundle of money. I think you have to keep both of those guys. And I was listening to a little bit of. Tony mas- talking on sports. I've yesterday, and he seems like these seems to think the Red Sox should trade Zander Bogart. So let him go. I'm completely against that. I think Bogart's is such an important piece to this team. And. He's almost a senior member of the scene because he's now. World Series ring. So obviously petroleum players look up. Jimmy speaks like, yeah. We're language as he just takes forever to find a shortstop, and it took a little while to get him up to speed like this. He's coming off his best year. Now, it seems like he's matured into the player you thought he was going to be like a Derrick jeeter type shortstop, right? Very very consistent in the field. Going to handle all the plays be guy. That's never going to embarrass the organization. I mean, you never going to see Zander Bogart's embarrassed, the organization or the pictures, perennial all star that level play that type of guy kind of like, a I wouldn't say potential captain, but he's got that type of solid solid leadership ability. So yeah, you wanna keep him. But now, we're we're talking three hundred million dollars payroll here. Yeah. JD martinez. He's also a free agent after next year if he opts out he cannot see well the second third and fourth year, so three straight years of him opting. Okay. So what are you paying him? He's twenty five million dollars a year. And I get the guy on silver slugging awards yesterday. It's ever happened before. He's also got Scott Boras who's going to on after the way his client was treated over the past off season..

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"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Shipping product yes we have good customer of ours just last quarter we announced thirty one million dollar impact, for the fact that, the US said Had prevented, that from. Taking place so I think they're good customer. I think. You, know it's important that you know the the appropriate steps are taken to Brad the security. About. Information but with the proper oversight it seems like it's only appropriate for the company to be able to. To be competitive there are no. US companies that are still in that market serves so. It's not certainly not like it's anti-competitive for, any US company and they probably purchased around three and a, half or four billion dollars a year of semiconductor components and, my guess is seventy five to eighty percent of that is from US companies are US manufactured like our product is so you. Know I think it's a big decision and you know I I applaud. What's been done recently where they're putting them in a little bit different fashion with appropriate oversight to protect US national security? But, it at less at least letting them continued operate. As an independent company Rick clamor thank you so much for being with us Really a pleasure to speak with you you're such. A celebrity and sort of star of this soap opera we've been talking. About for so long the potential tie up. Of Qualcomm and an expert reclaimer. Is president and chief, executive of inexp- semiconductors XP semiconductors to remain independent for the foreseeable future right now let's get. A check on.

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"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on Comeback Szn

Comeback Szn

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on Comeback Szn

"Your agent just got you thirty one million dollars and I'm like, start calling crying. I'm like, like I have ivy's running out of my arms and I'll never forget her name or name was like nurse Cathy walks in, and I just talked to your agent. He wanted me to tell I, I'm, I mean. He'd be and I'm like, we're both in tears crying because we just came up in the game and and is just a testament to how bad ass of agent. Eric was getting a broke out there twenty five year old slot receiver. Thirty one mill in the game wanna go. How did you even like you? You got the news, you were getting thirty one million dollars which is going to be awesome. At what point did you realize that you were going to play with Tom Brady that soon set in when Bill called me like a couple of hours later and said, you know, get your ass to get your out the Foxborough and this up, and then he's like twenty thirty. He's out of it on. Yeah, he's like, we're not having a press conference. We don't give a shit about that. Like get an ear. And I was like, oh shit. Then I realized that this place is all work. No glitz glamour is just about playing good football and the patriot way. So that's what that's when. That's how that went down. I mean, that's great. Can you get me thirty one million dollars? I mean, what? The hell? I mean, I've told you, I mean, you've got an agent case your big time. I'm gonna put you out there on blab, but I know he does a good job for you. But if I gotta get l. president on the other line, man, we gotta get Johnny and they're working for you to. We're going to do it, but I remember plays timing there. Kathy. And she's like, you're the one phone call I can take. No, I can't let you talk to him. I'm like nerve. Kathy. Let me freaking talk to my client. This is gigantic, please. It's important. 'cause I've been talking to four and five teams and working out all the details and the final touches of the deal. And you know, I got on there and the first thing I said to move is from month before like grow. I'm so sorry. I didn't get you thirty million. Never remember that. Talk in the bega steam room. I said, but, but but I got, I've got better news, bro. I got some thirty one. And. Vogue, it was like, oh, and by the way you're going to be playing with Tom Brady. So there's that too? Yeah, no, no big deal. So shot out e be an nurse Kathy for giving you the good news Danny. That's that's big time. So though, so you don't wanna be greatest moments of my career like just because of who daily is and how hard you work to get to that point and and nobody deserved it more. Yeah. Well, and I mean, obviously it's huge news. When you know you're going to play with the greatest of all time at quarterback, and like you mentioned earlier, Danny's at greatest all time, coach and owner and all that. But then you had the injury situation early in your time in Boston. It wasn't really easy when you got there for the first season and a half or so. And then all of a sudden something clicked and you now as gronk calls you playoff Danny or playoff Dollah, whatever you wanna call it, what changed what was really that key for you where you turn it on? And all of a sudden you're patriots legend. Whoa. I mean, like you said, I, I unfortunately, I had some tore both my groins and went in the first game of my career in a patriots uniform. That set me back a little bit about a year and a half, then I kinda got healthy..

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"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on Comeback Szn

Comeback Szn

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on Comeback Szn

"Your agent just got you thirty one million dollars and I'm like, start calling crying. I'm like, like I have ivy's running out of my arms and I'll never forget her name or name was like nurse Cathy walks in, and I just talked to your agent. He wanted me to tell I, I'm, I mean. He'd be and I'm like, we're both in tears crying because we just came up in the game and and is just a testament to how bad ass of agent. Eric was getting a broke out there twenty five year old slot receiver. Thirty one mill in the game wanna go. How did you even like you? You got the news, you were getting thirty one million dollars which is going to be awesome. At what point did you realize that you were going to play with Tom Brady that soon set in when Bill called me like a couple of hours later and said, you know, get your ass to get your out the Foxborough and this up, and then he's like twenty thirty. He's out of it on. Yeah, he's like, we're not having a press conference. We don't give a shit about that. Like get an ear. And I was like, oh shit. Then I realized that this place is all work. No glitz glamour is just about playing good football and the patriot way. So that's what that's when. That's how that went down. I mean, that's great. Can you get me thirty one million dollars? I mean, what? The hell? I mean, I've told you, I mean, you've got an agent case your big time. I'm gonna put you out there on blab, but I know he does a good job for you. But if I gotta get l. president on the other line, man, we gotta get Johnny and they're working for you to. We're going to do it, but I remember plays timing there. Kathy. And she's like, you're the one phone call I can take. No, I can't let you talk to him. I'm like nerve. Kathy. Let me freaking talk to my client. This is gigantic, please. It's important. 'cause I've been talking to four and five teams and working out all the details and the final touches of the deal. And you know, I got on there and the first thing I said to move is from month before like grow. I'm so sorry. I didn't get you thirty million. Never remember that. Talk in the bega steam room. I said, but, but but I got, I've got better news, bro. I got some thirty one. And. Vogue, it was like, oh, and by the way you're going to be playing with Tom Brady. So there's that too? Yeah, no, no big deal. So shot out e be an nurse Kathy for giving you the good news Danny. That's that's big time. So though, so you don't wanna be greatest moments of my career like just because of who daily is and how hard you work to get to that point and and nobody deserved it more. Yeah. Well, and I mean, obviously it's huge news. When you know you're going to play with the greatest of all time at quarterback, and like you mentioned earlier, Danny's at greatest all time, coach and owner and all that. But then you had the injury situation early in your time in Boston. It wasn't really easy when you got there for the first season and a half or so. And then all of a sudden something clicked and you now as gronk calls you playoff Danny or playoff Dollah, whatever you wanna call it, what changed what was really that key for you where you turn it on? And all of a sudden you're patriots legend. Whoa. I mean, like you said, I, I unfortunately, I had some tore both my groins and went in the first game of my career in a patriots uniform. That set me back a little bit about a year and a half, then I kinda got healthy..

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"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on Comeback Szn

Comeback Szn

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on Comeback Szn

"Your agent just got you thirty one million dollars and I'm like, start calling crying. I'm like, like I have ivy's running out of my arms and I'll never forget her name or name was like nurse Cathy walks in, and I just talked to your agent. He wanted me to tell I, I'm, I mean. He'd be and I'm like, we're both in tears crying because we just came up in the game and and is just a testament to how bad ass of agent. Eric was getting a broke out there twenty five year old slot receiver. Thirty one mill in the game wanna go. How did you even like you? You got the news, you were getting thirty one million dollars which is going to be awesome. At what point did you realize that you were going to play with Tom Brady that soon set in when Bill called me like a couple of hours later and said, you know, get your ass to get your out the Foxborough and this up, and then he's like twenty thirty. He's out of it on. Yeah, he's like, we're not having a press conference. We don't give a shit about that. Like get an ear. And I was like, oh shit. Then I realized that this place is all work. No glitz glamour is just about playing good football and the patriot way. So that's what that's when. That's how that went down. I mean, that's great. Can you get me thirty one million dollars? I mean, what? The hell? I mean, I've told you, I mean, you've got an agent case your big time. I'm gonna put you out there on blab, but I know he does a good job for you. But if I gotta get l. president on the other line, man, we gotta get Johnny and they're working for you to. We're going to do it, but I remember plays timing there. Kathy. And she's like, you're the one phone call I can take. No, I can't let you talk to him. I'm like nerve. Kathy. Let me freaking talk to my client. This is gigantic, please. It's important. 'cause I've been talking to four and five teams and working out all the details and the final touches of the deal. And you know, I got on there and the first thing I said to move is from month before like grow. I'm so sorry. I didn't get you thirty million. Never remember that. Talk in the bega steam room. I said, but, but but I got, I've got better news, bro. I got some thirty one. And. Vogue, it was like, oh, and by the way you're going to be playing with Tom Brady. So there's that too? Yeah, no, no big deal. So shot out e be an nurse Kathy for giving you the good news Danny. That's that's big time. So though, so you don't wanna be greatest moments of my career like just because of who daily is and how hard you work to get to that point and and nobody deserved it more. Yeah. Well, and I mean, obviously it's huge news. When you know you're going to play with the greatest of all time at quarterback, and like you mentioned earlier, Danny's at greatest all time, coach and owner and all that. But then you had the injury situation early in your time in Boston. It wasn't really easy when you got there for the first season and a half or so. And then all of a sudden something clicked and you now as gronk calls you playoff Danny or playoff Dollah, whatever you wanna call it, what changed what was really that key for you where you turn it on? And all of a sudden you're patriots legend. Whoa. I mean, like you said, I, I unfortunately, I had some tore both my groins and went in the first game of my career in a patriots uniform. That set me back a little bit about a year and a half, then I kinda got healthy..

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"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on Comeback Szn

Comeback Szn

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on Comeback Szn

"Your agent just got you thirty one million dollars and I'm like, start calling crying. I'm like, like I have ivy's running out of my arms and I'll never forget her name or name was like nurse Cathy walks in, and I just talked to your agent. He wanted me to tell I, I'm, I mean. He'd be and I'm like, we're both in tears crying because we just came up in the game and and is just a testament to how bad ass of agent. Eric was getting a broke out there twenty five year old slot receiver. Thirty one mill in the game wanna go. How did you even like you? You got the news, you were getting thirty one million dollars which is going to be awesome. At what point did you realize that you were going to play with Tom Brady that soon set in when Bill called me like a couple of hours later and said, you know, get your ass to get your out the Foxborough and this up, and then he's like twenty thirty. He's out of it on. Yeah, he's like, we're not having a press conference. We don't give a shit about that. Like get an ear. And I was like, oh shit. Then I realized that this place is all work. No glitz glamour is just about playing good football and the patriot way. So that's what that's when. That's how that went down. I mean, that's great. Can you get me thirty one million dollars? I mean, what? The hell? I mean, I've told you, I mean, you've got an agent case your big time. I'm gonna put you out there on blab, but I know he does a good job for you. But if I gotta get l. president on the other line, man, we gotta get Johnny and they're working for you to. We're going to do it, but I remember plays timing there. Kathy. And she's like, you're the one phone call I can take. No, I can't let you talk to him. I'm like nerve. Kathy. Let me freaking talk to my client. This is gigantic, please. It's important. 'cause I've been talking to four and five teams and working out all the details and the final touches of the deal. And you know, I got on there and the first thing I said to move is from month before like grow. I'm so sorry. I didn't get you thirty million. Never remember that. Talk in the bega steam room. I said, but, but but I got, I've got better news, bro. I got some thirty one. And. Vogue, it was like, oh, and by the way you're going to be playing with Tom Brady. So there's that too? Yeah, no, no big deal. So shot out e be an nurse Kathy for giving you the good news Danny. That's that's big time. So though, so you don't wanna be greatest moments of my career like just because of who daily is and how hard you work to get to that point and and nobody deserved it more. Yeah. Well, and I mean, obviously it's huge news. When you know you're going to play with the greatest of all time at quarterback, and like you mentioned earlier, Danny's at greatest all time, coach and owner and all that. But then you had the injury situation early in your time in Boston. It wasn't really easy when you got there for the first season and a half or so. And then all of a sudden something clicked and you now as gronk calls you playoff Danny or playoff Dollah, whatever you wanna call it, what changed what was really that key for you where you turn it on? And all of a sudden you're patriots legend. Whoa. I mean, like you said, I, I unfortunately, I had some tore both my groins and went in the first game of my career in a patriots uniform. That set me back a little bit about a year and a half, then I kinda got healthy..

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"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"President didn't mention something he's been so outspoken and explicit about sara on can you specify the president did not mention whether he actually wants to age limits still lifted to twenty one and he had previously spoken about nuclear by that still his position in terms of i think the last question you had was the age limit something still being discussed but a final determination and legislative peace has not been determined on that front yet it's a pretty sharp back down and it raises the question did the nearly thirty one million dollars the nra contributed to help trump win the white house by his silence on something you said was so clear and now suddenly he silent on jeff zeleny has upfront tonight at the white house and jeff the president getting pushback from a lot of people today where he did meet with the nation's governors as you said and it really brought him up before an audience of democrats and republicans to get the first sense of what these nations a leaders say and really to a a person's several people who spoke up so that they do not support the idea of arming the school teachers other democratic governor of washington state to jay inslee said at you mr president of first grade teachers i speak to not one to be pistolpacking first grade teachers i talked to florida governor rick scott of course a republican after he left that meeting i said governor what do you think of this proposal he said look i do not think that is the way to handle it so it is an open question here.

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"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"The age of sixty six okay so yeah very close now you listening at home how close where you did you overshoot i assume not many people under shot the age if he did that's okay no shame in it i tried this on somebody yesterday and she guest 44 i did the same thing i said older younger than twenty seven what's the age and when when i told her the answer that it was actually sixty six the person i was talking to said oh well i've seen pictures of her that looked older than that but i guess i assumed it was from all the radiation okay i see regon with this though the the the question you asked by putting 27 in their you're you're you're sort of lowering their expectations it could be yeah maybe some was going on there have got another one for you okay win sean connery took a role in the film highlander to the quickening 1991 what his finest choices yes the planets iced when he took that role what was his salary for the role was it more or less than thirty one million dollars who okay this wants tougher me because it i love movie trivia but i'm not very good with the economic movie trivia uh so i don't even have a very good starting point eight eight seems to me that that sounds like an awful lot of money knob especially for highlander to in 1991 yeah like that's that's some this some big it's a some tom cruise money right there i would guess so you're saying lower navy but then this was a you have to put yourself in a pre highlander to era so highlander to navigate imagine it unable to process cannot compute its illustrate i don't think i watched highlander i got excited to watch islander one after i saw trailers rylander to a high believe that's how they went down uh.

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"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on The Filmcast

"Mm disconnect to connect on the near the drop of a hat which i can't s m uh jeff canal any other thoughts any reason why this hasn't higher up jeff kenna well uh there's too many movies that i i think i loved slightly more but like i said it was it was hard to put the exact order this year i just think for me lady bird is beautiful and certainly worth everybody's time it is a movie that definitely earned it spot on my less i just struggled with putting it above some of the movies that had a bigger impact on me but i i loved that i think the performances are amazing and it's a it's a movie that i think will stand the test of time i i suspect this will be one of those like coal films that's going to connect to a lot of teenagers and uh i have funnily enough i you know i was connecting with the dad in this route via you know i i met position as a new father we're now i'm starting to to relate to the parents and i think it's to the movies credit that it resonates both from both directions right it's clearly written by someone who is telling her story from lady birds perspective but she does such a good job of writing all the characters that you can relate to her antagonists quote unquote uh as justice justice strongly i think uh you know you're saying how it will be discovered as a cult classic whatever uh this is actually a successful movie at the box office leg it is not more successful than any of the as the most successful e2 four film ever released so it it made thirty one million dollars so far i mean it's it's doing very well at like fruit for movie of the scale i think that is a a smashing success that has already become part part of our culture so i i would say it's not going to be called classic jeff because it is already a mainstream classic.

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"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM

"In the wsb 24hour news that are happening right now at let amir cassim read holding a news conference he's just announced the city of atlanta has closed the deal on buying this exciting the atlanta have his faleigh acquired the property for thirty one million dollars and we'll league development of this vital bride now forty percent of the nineteen acre site he says will be four mixed income multifamily residential housing with thirty percent designated as affordable housing charlie rose was not at the anchor desk this morning on cbs this morning the network has suspended him after multiple allegations of sexual misconduct one of his cohost gayle king after reading that article in the post it was deeply disturbing troubling and painful for me to read eight women coming forward to accuse rows of making unwanted sexual advances for at least the sixth time this month a pedestrians been hit trying to cross a major metro atlanta interstate we told you about it on atlanta's morning news it was a traffic red alert 85northbound it shall aford rode into cabba woman trying to cross at interstate on foot when she was hit she was taken to a local hostage it'll and is expected to survive all the thanksgiving travel traffic will start tonight aaa saying during rushhour rose will be packed here in atlanta overall aaa saying nearly fifty one million americans will travel for the thanksgiving holiday this year just in time for christmas a warning about dangerous toys here's vicky barker fidget spinners full of let toys and balloons sold without choking hazard warnings and on you hazard land knows that collecting toys that could violate your children's privacy the public interest research group noting friend kayla doll has been banned in germany is reported to the federal trade commission the group's annual survey found potentially dangerous and toxic toys on sale and bigname like target walmart kohl's dollar tree warning parents be aware and while we're talking about toys and kids have out this spare the roddan spoil the child not so much new research today from the university of texas asta winds it's actually makes it tells behavior worse if you spank that researchers they children who had been spain by their pegged at the age of behavioral problems at ages six through a compared.

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"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The social democrats repeated on monday that they don't want to enter into new coalition so mecca puts how president frankwalter steinmeier who said he will seek to involved to get them back at the negotiation table if this fails new elections of the wave for would the lynn big agenda bloomberg daybreak europe will hey innovation uk's cisse's expect taxes to rise also the lease leaves the european union according to a poll by comrades the mhp communications sixty nine percent see a tax hike after bags it the governor otter as its new budget tomorrow and this pressure to increase spending and bitcoin for the most in a week after the company behind another cryptocurrency reported thirty one million dollar theft that the mine was taken from the treasury wallets on november the 19th and it was sent an honest wise bitcoin address is the latest in a long list of hacks that have hurt the confidence and the security of cryptocurrencies and i suppose that is one of the big discussions are there caroline is that if you just look at us dollar bitcoin at the moment trading down 52 at eight thousand one hundred nineteen dollars so aagain just a bit of a pop in a smack down six cents one cent but it to drop over five percent of the open indeed a memo at t ceo has held anti charleston forces that he will see them in court after the justice department suit companies eighty five point four billion dollar bid to buy time warner randall even centreleft the delay communications to find a way for the deal to pulse federal muster reiterated that he wouldn't self cnn to appease washington okay easyjet predicted a gain in prices this winter after earlier for causing a decline now that says the collapse of rivals including uk monica lines removes excess capacity in some of the biggest markets management on the budget airline said pretax profit a year to the end of september fell seventeen percent to four hundred eight million pines it was hacked by the weaker pound and a glut of seats in the european markets unlimited it's their anna edwards i myself spoke to a mccall the ceo of easyjet amazon of asking her a bankruptcies in the sector have impacted the asia is a structural window we've said this for some time and you can see in these stays.

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"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:56 min | 4 years ago

"thirty one million dollars" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Art on the eve of the nba finals will bronze james cleveland cavaliers taking on golden state that's tonight the the the game one of that series on the eve yesterday i'll abhran james los angeles home was vandalized by someone who sprayed the n word on its front gate and lebron james answered a question at a press conference saying he's happy that his family safe at the end of the day they're safe and that's the most important but it goes to show that racism is always part of america he says uh hate especially for african america kansas something has to deal with every day um people will conceal their hatred of they'll smile at you but then they'll be racist toward you he singled out african american i don't think he intentionally did that i think he did that because he is african american so that's how he relates uh but he for of left out brand i think probably left out a lot of other people listen the impoverished itself in america the asians it's tough in america for many whites it's very tough in america for muslims it's tough in america for christians it's tough admit i think you could pick take any group whether it's ethnic or religious or is this economic and you could make the point that it's tough in america within any of those groups now again a guy that makes thirty one million dollars a year is going to face some scorn when he says it's just tough being black man in america but not everyone makes thirty one million dollars and money doesn't also necessarily make it less tough if you are scorned for whatever group you may be in but in this case the conversation is race conversation and we've had for as long as this country's been country i see it as a whole lot better than it was even when i was a kid 1960s 1970s the true for you or is it still really tough being black in america i know we don't live in a city that has a large black population but for those of you who are feel free to call for those of you who are people of color have you faced the same kind of america the lebron james referred to how the elephants the polls in the level of luxury and performance.

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