6 Burst results for "Thirty Seven Thirty Eight Dollars"
"thirty seven thirty eight dollars" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast
"Not that long ago you know. The wing was Was disposable. I mean you know wings were they gave them away basically right and then all of a sudden and then all of a sudden they got popular We'll tenders were the same way. I mean You know a clip tender was the exact same way. Well guess what tenders got popular and when tenders got popular The market went up. And then suddenly you know their tenders and and wings You know went from thirty seven thirty eight dollars. A case to seventy two to seventy six dollars. Yeah yeah and that was very significant. Of course it happened right. When i got in the business so you just one of our tenants of our of our of our company. One of our pillars is to be nimble. And so you know we had to think our way through that it's kind of like the pandemic man was about to say that's kind of true story of who can be nimble and if you don't you don't survive right that's it and and when the pandemic hit you know there were others that said. Hey we're we're done. We're sending everybody hall you know we're furloughing everyone Were closing and i just wouldn't do that. I mean we have Seventy some people that work for us and you know. They depend on on that paycheck. They're feeding their family. They are raising their kids. They the really really good people and you know you asked me. I think just before we got on you know some of the questions and one of them being. Why do i. Why am i doing this. And i'm doing it for for others This companies bigger than me. But why am i doing it. And and so what was our response. You know my response and man. I'm telling you march la- arduous tough man february. That's your work and we brought all of our people together and said look. We're not and nobody's going home. Nobody's getting furloughed. This is going to be tough. But we're all in this together. This is a global pandemic this. This isn't just this is the world but we are all in this together in our own little way. I want you all to go home. And i want you to think and i want you to come back here. You know in a in a couple of days. We're gonna get together again and i want your ideas on what we can do together so that we all get through this and how we wanna do it so that we can benefit others so we can help so we can be part of the solution during this horrible time of pain share. And you know we. We've we've become numb to the pain But but you know. Wichita i mean we were watching. The aircraft industry decimated but by boeing seven thirty-seven magic. We get hit with the pandemic. I mean wichita was an. We're starting to recover. Thank goodness but but we were hurting..
"thirty seven thirty eight dollars" Discussed on Car Talk
"No actually where he does. He works a lot but he's a lot on weekends. Well i mean my first thought was not other other chemicals you can use but my thought was otheir laws against this. I wouldn't be at all surprised if you drop the dime on him that he'd be locked up in no time. I also do work as a mediator. And i know that's really not a good way to go about. Should go talk to him. I like him. And i have read in the label and i said bill it says right here on the label do not have prolonged exposure to your skin and so you shouldn't be wearing those same pants that were saturated with it. Yes he's a nice guy and yeah he's a good neighbor. I what you should. joe is. There are For example lots of Solvents don't use petroleum-based things like tall. You wean and annual. We call them. Yeah petrochemicals so. I think you should buy them for exactly by a little christmas present. For example we we use a clear. Now that's it's like it's water-based okay. And it doesn't work as well as the crc stuff Which has been a mainstay for one hundred five years in the automotive industry. But that's why most of us who fixed cars down to one or two syllables. You know so if you can get him away from this suffering and get them an alternative there be great okay fine. There's a government surplus sale. Go see if you can buy like a four foot diameter fan those big babies and just multi next to your house but then it goes over to connie's house next door and that wouldn't be good either. She could get one get to keep it right there in the middle. Good luck. good luck tony. All right thanks a lot one. Eight eight eight car talk. That's eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five lawyer on car talk i. This is yousef. I'm calling from toledo ohio yussef. That's right where in ohio and toledo favorite places. Not one of mine. So what's on your mind hoping you could settle An argument i've been having with my fiance always dangerous. I know for all of us. I have a Saturn with about a hundred seven thousand miles on it and get. My oil changed at National chains like jiffy lube exactly. Yeah exactly like that exactly like that. How exactly very exactly very precisely exactly exactly okay. And every time. I go to this unnamed national chain. They convinced me that. I need to spend much more money and add many more things on than what i wanna do. Which is just my point. They convince you they try to convince you. Well well they. They succeed in convincing fallen for this every time every kind of so this time that i went They had a new one and it was well. Because i have over one hundred thousand miles on my car. I need to use this high mileage oil which is obviously much more expensive than the standard oil they give me and they told me that it would protect my engine and give me more power. Not since i've been using it. I actually feel like i'm getting some more power out of the car. I haven't even gotten to the argument. So i i told my fiance this and she said oh you sap well they put it in this oil and it saying anything extra virgin on the campus. So she said that. I fall fallen for the placebo effect. And so my question to you. Is i m i app. Well well there are. I mean i. I know somebody at least one oil. That's for high mileage vehicles. I don't honestly know exactly how it differs over claims to do but i think it's designed for vehicles which have begun to leak or burn oil. Yeah i mean there are high mileage oils. But i never knew and maybe this is something that we don't know about. I never knew that they were designed to give them more power. Yeah that's what i was. I couldn't understand that. Could be designed to burn like instead of burning a court every fifty miles at michael sixty sixty five. You're not burning any oil at all nor have you been blown. No no no the way the oil could get you better. Mileage is if it were a slipper for lower viscosity really. Oh you feel more power right well. The one of the ways you get more power is to have lower viscosity okay tool. I mean the the lowest cost view of a slippery of the oil. Okay more power. You'll get but you'd hardly the more important question. How much more recorded. it costs. Well okay the regular service is twenty dollars. Yeah with this. Just oil was thirty. Seven thirty eight dollars. O- less labour plus. Oh yeah yeah so when you usually go there you pay twenty and this time you pay them. What fifty. well. When i usually go there are white. Breath leads the air freshener. You never get offered cleaner twice. Try i never. You are a great guy. Yousef your nice guy. well you are. I mean the fact that you have. I want to say fallen for all of this. You believe you have fallen. Let's let's not you're trusting source. I think so. You trusted these guys. And i think you'll fiance should be thrilled. That she's marrying such a man would. What do you do for a living. I'm a medical student or medical stay. Well you're gonna feel a lawyer. Would it be a good and compassionate. Doctor thank you have. Yeah and i say if you think you're getting more power out of the why not. I think you're a sap. Thank you but i don't think you're a sad but i think it's just an honest person yourself and you can't believe that these nice people would be trying to put one over on you right and i think your fiance's is a very lucky girl. Thank you all. i can say all right. We'll pretend ninety-five we'll send you the tape. I well it's happened again. You've squandered and otherwise perfectly good our listening to cardiac our esteemed producer is doug. The subway fugitive bongo boy frogman not a slave to fashion berman. Our social produces david the cavs of bellville green and catherine frau bluecher. Thank you for the los our blackie's doug. The old grey mayor assisted by connie richard. 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"thirty seven thirty eight dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Are apparently going to be gone for good in this is according to the university of Chicago Becker Friedman institute and they basically surveyed a variety of employers as well as economic development agencies and they predict that forty percent of recent layoffs will result in the permanent job losses as businesses decide that they don't need as many staff to carry on their functions or because of the you know contracting economy they're not willing to take the risk of bringing on more staff at this point all right so if we if we put ourselves into a twenty percent unemployment a nation wide and just a little less than half of it will ever come back that means we're looking at like after this is all over in the smoke clears and we can all go back to work this still gonna be nine eight to nine percent unemployment rate this country eight I think we'd be lucky with eighty nine percent unemployment so that's where this you know the president was thinking more of a V. shape recession but because we stayed close for so long and because we're still closed in California and you know it's gonna be a hard row to hoe even if we do get reopened because there's gonna be a lot of restrictions and because unemployment is so much more lucrative and some people don't want to go back to work your scene a lot of businesses say that they're just simply not going to be rehiring it's going to be a very long slogs I would say eighty percent would be if we were lucky probably more like twelve thirteen percent it just I mean that it boggles the mind that we put in an effort if you believe that they knew what they were doing which I I've not yet come to the police but in an effort I don't abundance of caution to make sure people were not destitute right that we over paid people to stay home and I think I was listening to something on the morning news us and it was morning news this morning saying something along the lines of anybody that makes over twenty anybody that makes under twenty dollars an hour are doing better not going back to work then going back to work so actually the number the number for San Diego county is twenty eight dollars an hour if you're if you're earning twenty dollars or less you will end up losing out on unemployment insurance because you're not taxed on unemployment insurance it's more like thirty two dollars and so the question becomes how much more would they have to pay you to get you off your couch to actually go in and be a productive citizen right into the big you know it could be thirty four thirty five thirty six thirty seven thirty eight dollars but we gotta adjust the unemployment insurance number so that there is accountability so that we have if there's an offer of if there's an offer of an employment that you lose your unemployment benefits if you decide to declined the job and that's why I'm encouraging small business owners if if they're having a hard time recruiting employees make sure you car carbon copy the unemployment insurance office with the offer letter why I dreaded that actually makes sense to make sure that everybody's being honest I they are still offering Carl or at least talk about offering benefits do you know extending unemployment insurance benefits and offering extra money as we move into June so this is going to be this is not gonna be an overnight thing where everybody that is not working goes back to work and it's gonna be a pretty messy transition absolutely and and and that's why this three trillion dollar bailout program that Nancy and the Democrats are trying to cram through really has to be evaluated the air to detail in fact I don't think it's necessary that we need to go with the regulation we need to get these people back to work we need to get the businesses back on their feet and the only way to do that sustainably is not to get on welfare it's too geeky get the productivity the economic engine going again and now here's another survey Facebook has a survey out showing that fifty five percent are not going above a small business businesses do not plan to hire the same workers back and one third don't plan to re open this is scary save Facebook said it surveyed eighty six thousand small businesses and medium sized business owners and it was part of an data initiative that they partnered with the World Bank and organization for economic cooperation and development OECD forty five percent of owners and managers of small businesses say it said they would retire the same workers but that they were forced to let go a third of businesses surveyed said they do not expect to reopen basically saying the economy doesn't justify it seventy four percent reported not having access to paid sick leave and then these are the employees seventy percent said that they they do not have paid time off and those numbers are pretty big in the hotel cafe and restaurant industries were ninety percent said that they don't have six sick leave or paid time off so you know this is this economy is wrecked at this point and the the real focus right now needs to be not on flattening the curve the covert courage you need to be on jump starting the economy we need to have as much diligence we need of models and guidelines and stats and recommendations in commissions and deadlines and mandated orders for how do we revitalize the economy how do we get that curve back up to where it needs to be and that's going to require some some really different thinking than the traditional progressive thinking at a governor's Simms office or at all if you're in Sacramento I mean we we really need to prime the pump now we need to reduce regulations on businesses put them in a position where it's it's it's affordable for them to hire to ramp up staffing because even if they if they hire new staff that's great but there's training time there's all kinds of of of of learning curves make people profitable make employee is worth were in a worth being on the payroll so there's there's a lot that has to happen and if once if we wanted to happen quickly then we really need government in California to behave in a much different way then so they behaved in my lifetime I don't know if that's even possible but it's got to start well I. N. in that there seems to be a double standard emerging if you're big and powerful new some in the politicians will cuddle you and count how do you but if you're some your small business owner just barely making ends meet struggling at this is your livelihood on the line if you're gonna go to jail yeah we have a great story that showcases just that and we'll tell you about it that's next on the to my report called the mile and Penrose.
"thirty seven thirty eight dollars" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Okay. All right. Do we know if lords gonna continue giving selfish to the fans every time she's a court appearance? She did she and her husband did come into Boston via a private jet. And of course, we're spotted on the sidewalk outside their hotel. They were coming in. And that's how that will happen. Some one person on the sidewalk recognize who is staking out and becky's hotel room to get a selfie, cuz it's social media. Everybody's like I got a picture with her during her day in court and ball. So I wonder I wonder if some people figured out there in Boston there only so many really good high profile hotels. That are on the the really high end the kind the kind that Hollywood star would stay at. So I'm wondering if they just got lucky some, and you know, people like teams, you know, where they're going to stay like the word gets out. Right. Yeah. All right. Steve will thank you so much for all that information. We'll we'll have to figure out when the next court date is. And I'm sure you'll be there to cover it preciado it. My pleasure. You can follow Steve at s Kastenbaum. So what do you think? Well, I still feel so guilty like I contributed to this because I own about seventeen seven dollar mossy moti shirts, and if I would have no get ones are the ones before he went to target. Oh, all target all the time harsh as I love. I love you kidding me. But I feel like the thirty seven thirty eight dollars mossy mogambo for me went to this crooked scandal to get his kids in the US. So I hold on the price point even at target was still thirty seven dollars. That's for a lot of shirts. That's a high price. Okay. Are there seven dollars? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Right. Right. And I wear t shirts they don't last more than a year. You could say the one I'm wearing right now has stains on it. And I don't even know you wear them like every day like the same one over and over what's wrong with that. Because I can tell by the same stains, especially when we work together in the morning. You either you wouldn't change it. It's just for one day. You sound like my five year old. That's what it's still clean. I'm like. Dirt on it. I haven't been playing outside and rough housing, right? The stain might not be dirt per se, but it is. Boy loko. There you go. All right. Your funny. Just the way you look at me because everything relates around food when I talked to have been judged like this in so long. I'm not judging you I just point out things. Does does your life not revolve around food? Of course, of course, anything lately. No. I haven't brought you any I did do some chicken. I should bring you some pretty good with my homemade, Texas barbecue. So not with the the pineapple that one before now. But this was pulled chicken for a barbecue ranch chicken salad. You're gonna make me hungry, and you know, intermittent fasting and can't eat till after the show. We can eat at two o'clock. Right. Yeah. But we're on the air, two o'clock. Go get something during the break. Don't yell at me. I can't use it in the break. We're going to talk to somebody about the potholes. Oh, yeah. I gotta be focused for that. If I start eating I will be in a coma. To- state and wanna go nappy buys. All right. That is Randy Wang filling in for Dr drew. I'm leeann tweeden this midday live on seven hundred KABC. Suri talks fast. But that's because he's got a lot to say. And he knows what he's talking about. Sexy part of socialism. I'd probably go the full-scale government confiscation of private property. Followed by penury dot just keep listening. You'll get the rhythm. And learn something to ban is one of the smartest ape I've ever heard on radio the Ben Shapiro show. Now three to set up on AM seven nine eighty see. KABC dependable traffic.
"thirty seven thirty eight dollars" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Some tomato Twitter. That was from Keith O'Hara. All right. Go ahead. Okay. So I saw actually go back to us talking about losing your virginity a couple of weeks back twenty year olds you lost doors moving on. Year old like to look for a little Lovin and a little cash at the same time. Okay. She basically is taking the highest bid for her virginity. But it is towards a good cause I guess you can look at it this way in order to help her family pay off debt in two thousand and fourteen. They lost their home due to a fire. So sure they have homeowners insurance lack of insurance. They did not have insurance. Does it have the bids on that? Because you're mine is highest. Four hundred thousand dollars. Yes. Four hundred thousand dollars. Yep. She's gonna split me by a couple of hundred. A twenty twenty virginity are bidding four hundred thousand dollars for it. We have disposable income. Well, but. Kind of money. She goes onto saying I'm waiting for a man who I feel a connection with. So that the experience can be special for both of us. It's not just about the money. That's ridiculous. Value myself. What she wants with her body. That's very does. He feel I'm sorry Dover. What did you say? Contradict it is. It is very contradictory. A yeah. See splitting the money to the guy that owns the bunny ranch. Oh, she is. Oh, okay. So sees wait a minute. This is a scam. How does he get hooked up with the guy that owns the bunny ran virgin, she called them called them. And I guess I read the story before we went on. But yeah, that's okay. Got split it with him. I mean, I might be able to pull together thirty seven. Thirty eight dollars. Physical. Physical. One hundred thousand dollars million. I don't know why there's a new sitcom on. On the something. But it looks weird. But anyways, it might be four hundred million four hundred million. Why walking here day? I don't either. I don't I don't even. I mean, obviously there men that have nothing better to do with money that they have nothing better to spend with. And then they can go ahead and do that. It'd be an awkward moment though. She's not the first person that's done. This story has recurred. It has it has. I it's like once every other year, you'll find someone that realizes that they can sell it instead of.