28 Burst results for "Thirty Six Thousand Dollars"

"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on Sports-N-Stuff

Sports-N-Stuff

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on Sports-N-Stuff

"Yeah did it's kind of crazy lane. Vendor ash was insane. I really liked him. Yeah i feel like they always go to boy for cowboys for some reason because coming. Moore's there yeah. Maybe i mean that's actually legitimate. Needs to be the head coach already mike liability. Do you think trick destroying their team. Yeah okay You've probably heard this already. Basically everywhere. But tom brady six hundred touchdown. Pass the first time ever anyone's ever gotten six hundred touchdowns and they just give the ball away. Mike actually gives a ball away and that fan was in surprise when they asked him for the ball back they ended up giving him compensation. But this is pretty controversial. The compensation they try to do all the could but what they gave him was a sign and helmet. Mike jurors mike evans signed jersey with game. Cleats one hundred dollar or hundred. Oh my goodness what is up with me today. A thousand dollars in bucks like team store credit dual season tickets for the remaining like remainder of this season and next season and a bitcoin from tom brady were thirty. Six thousand dollars. Sixty three sixty. What little bit of a different sir. Oh my goodness i did. I don't even know ob- with me today. It's it's been an off day for me. I don't even know but do you think this was like a and the ball was a five hundred thousand to seventy five. Where's that coming from though like do we know it's worth a half million. That's what i heard from lake auction. Est doesn't they said it would go for. And if there's like. I heard that a tom brady rookie card. Wet for a million. So i wouldn't be surprised if that went for a million like. Yeah that's true. I don't know he got a lot. Yeah i probably would ask for more. I'm not gonna lie season tickets for life would be like baseline for me Two season tickets for two years. That's not gonna cut it and he season tickets for life Amin tom brady thrown in. The bitcoin was pretty was. Bring you the fan. Someone talked to him and he said. I just wanna golf with him so tom brady needs to make that happen. Needs to go with them. Yeah like i feel like for me. I would ask for. Is maybe hanging out with some of the players. I feel like that'd be really cool. I don't know if they would do that. That would probably be on the last. I would definitely say tickets for life. Yeah.

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"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Down your house and you keep these cars pay them off or you sell them and put eighty thousand dollars on the house. And you have proven that you're moving in a different direction. Emotionally and spiritually away from the stuff addiction. That's what i would want to do if i were looking in his mirror. I was you know that's called manhood. Baby this is the ramsey. Show ken coleman ramsey personality is my co host today as we talk about your life your money your career your job your income. The phone numbers triple eight. Eight to five five two two five matt's in seattle. They matt how are you. I'm doing good. How are you better than i deserve. What's up so I have a question about the long term care Insurance question that's coming up in washington this degree. There's a new tax coming in place next year point. Five percent of every hundred dollars with no income income. Maximum is going to be collected so my wife's his thirty seven. I'm thirty four We can opt out if we purchase a private plan But we feel like that's also quite premature so i just hopped wondering if you could help determine what direction we should go. Opt out one time option or the second of his hacks matt. I'm a little bit behind the curve. Here i'm not aware that that has actually passed. It's passed it starts in january twenty twenty two and all the employers sent letters about the one time out federal or washington. This is washington state only. Oh okay all right. Because i'm thinking. How did i miss that on the federal level. Okay no. i'm not aware of that okay. So they have passed a law. Oh god what is wrong with your state taxing you if you don't buy long term care insurance slow essentially if you pay into this program for ten years You qualify for thirty six thousand dollars of long-term care coverage which is fairly a drop in the bucket And for us being so young. We're wondering if if we paid private insurance if those premiums abuse so low that it'd be better that we have that Which is guaranteed and it's portable so if we leave the state or you competitive not so you either pay the tax And by the plan or you have to have a private plan one of the to correct so you're automatically enrolled in this bad plan if you don't buy a private plan correct and you can only off joe one time Before this starts in january so this is like a one time option for to consider otherwise we have to pay it freaking communists yeah Wow If i just a little information might be helpful right so Our gross income is about two hundred and twenty thousand dollars for our household so we probably be paying about twelve to fifteen hundred dollars for this program. I'm not sure what's your to pay given our ages for a private plan for those premiums and we can take it with us anywhere. Yeah yeah and it'll be much better quality. Because i'm sure the state provided service is not going to be to the level of the private provided service it never is just think dmv So this is the problem with socialism. hey i got two things running through my head. One is a math problem in two. There's a philosophy problem that i have if i'm in your shoes and that's how i have to answer the questions. If i woke up in your shoes okay. So i'm opting out just because i'm pissed off right and then i got to figure out how dumb that was. Mathematically and it wasn't really It's probably turn out to be good for you overall because there's some probability may be low that you leave that state someday and then you paid into this stupid thing And that's just i'm surprised. There's not a court challenge on that. Oh yeah i guarantee. There's lobbyist people by surprise. Oh this is all behind the scenes dealing. I can tell you that right. Moke and back rooms All right yeah so anyway all of my whining aside. I'm opting out and i'm gonna take the private plan unless you can see that. It is dramatically like tens of thousands of dollars different. And i don't think it is. I think it's hundreds of dollars. You make two hundred thousand dollars a year. You want private care number. One number two portable care and number three. There's some probability you don't live there someday. And you're not you haven't paid into this plan that you would never use Which is the irony of the whole thing. So what is based on. So yeah i. I'm libertarian enough economically speaking that i'm going to run from any government interference and government control over my life that i can legally re shocked by how low the is thirty. Six thousand dollars. He said drop in the bucket. That seems like a you're forced into it. And then you have thirty six thousand dollar limit toward your long term care in coverage which is nothing. That's what i'm saying. Go very far. Yeah it just doesn't make any sets coverage when year Yeah even shocking. So yeah i'm opting out. I'm opting out because i'm philosophically against it and because i think you'll work out better long-term mathematically or close enough But you you're going to have to dig into the numbers. I'm not sure of that because you caught me a little bit flatfooted. I don't know the details but with what you told me. It sounds like it's not that much different A little bit more expensive on the private side but given that your income is so high That's that's where they're really tagging you. This is a soak the rich moment again. Wow yeah come. Home washington.

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"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Me a text. He said there's a guy played a sixteen game. Nfl parlay for twenty five dollars. He's won fifteen of them. Guess what he needs in order to win the big lions win the needs the lives to win. If the lions win he'll turn that twenty five dollars. We'll turn into seven hundred thirty six thousand dollars seven hundred thirty six thousand. He picked paul he picked on my twenty dollars. Well guess what. Don't look now but the liars seven. Oh rob and i i would not characterize you as a jerry goff guy obviously but i do feel like i do think you feel like. He's been made the scapegoat with the rams is that fair yep and he gave me look his first game rob. I know some of it was in mode right there. But he had three hundred thirty eight yards three touchdowns one pick and tonight. He marched them down the field looking. Like a freaking pro bowler. So they're up seven. Oh on the packers. First possession of the game. We'll see how air rogers answers but eight seven ninety nine or fox your turn the way. Speaking of pro bowl looking quarterbacks their cars been as good as anyone after two weeks. Are you a believer. In carr and the raiders. You'll turn away and car. Currently leaves the nfl in passing yards with by one hundred and twenty eight yards chris. Eight hundred seventy and Third content. I mean wouldn't think right. Four hundred f f passing grade ninety five point four on the deep throat. So he's he's balled and right now. Let's let's see where people are when it comes to to. Derek carr russ in texas. You're on the odd couple fox sports radio. What's up ross. What's going on. Around and chris rather. How are you pretty good pretty good. I'd have to say. I'm not a believer right now. Not believe it was the reason why i say Just from yesterday. Game pittsburgh out. Four starters out joe haden devin. Bush.

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"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"That's also true. We don't need your thown out fought out. Oh my god what decompose. Yeah who's head were. They played williams. Attend william say. Walt disney was ted williams. Oh man i ever told jabba. Dog used to do like the the three things you know they always do. You know it'd be like i listened. Jericho coaches baseball team down in new jersey. Updates in the morning forever. Like that's how explain something somebody call about ted williams. Hey no one's going to remember for a lot of things four hundred sweetest swing ever seen frozen head scenario frozen had scenario. But it's true. What am i know you think about the frozen head scenario. Do as still frozen somewhere. That so i don't know i check. They haven't figured out unfreeze it and get him alive again so it should still be frozen disney still frozen and i think he is in suspended animation as they say. What did you say. He's in suspended animation. Let means it's frozen. I guess but he's also making a joke. It's like a double entendre type thing because animation disney cartoons. It was a very like high brow. Scientists joke got it type of thing. ted williams frozen head. Is it still frozen. Those that have hair is another question. I think it would have to know. We just learned today that the hair doesn't die. Ted williams frozen in two pieces so they decapitated unfroze the head and throws the resto of. How do they know that's gonna work no foot yet. This ted is stored in a steel can filled with liquid nitrogen. It's been shaved drill with holes and cracked ten times. Accidentally williams body stands upright in a nine foot tall cylindrical. Steel tank and is also filled with liquid nitrogen. Or he's going to sign him in two thousand and fifty in to slow contact. Hit sure porch. I got a number on this by the way eddie. This is back from two thousand and two hundred sixty one hundred thirty six thousand dollars at all but you'll take two of them. Yeah does nothing but complain about his salary. He's gonna drop one hundred thirty six thousand dollars to freeze into the afterlife. That's what i made for ten years. Meriden deformed thanks only context because you needed a thanksgiving board up damage takes. We'll be home. Caprice chernoff he picked a test test pilot journal. Yeah i don't think chernoff wants to be around him than freezing eddie. I can tell you that. That's another good question does. Does the bill go up for the larger the person or not. Thanks so. I guess it's like a park. An suv in new york city is true right. Exactly it's more for a bigger a weird concept. Yeah very very much. So but i feel like it's going to get more common as the years. Go on for one hundred thirty six thousand dollars. Rich people do anything man. That doesn't mean it's common. Yeah like bob kraft and jerry jones is gonna freeze their heads. Yeah i do you guys like that. We'll basis in branson and all those guys he put it in dead frozen jerry jones saying that to you and and act pain god okay. So the jets powered by super book now open with better odds and favorable prices and also brought to you by winters. Brothers waste systems creating a cleaner and greener long island to learn more visit winters. Bros. dot com jets. Ause we know by now lost the four pigs by zach wilson. Here's rob sala was not a lack of effort from his club with the loss showed up to play at thought. Our guys played their butts off. But when you lose the turnover battle for nothing it's impossible because it's hard enough to win this game win in this league when when the turnover battles even let alone four nothing. He says good learning experience for the young quarterback and you have a rookie quarterback and they have a quarterback to shoot. It's it's just having confidence that it's okay to play a boring game of football now. He was booed in this game. At the end of course solace says okay. I don't think anyone. I i'll be honest when one fans one. That's what's happening. I don't think players are really focusing in any of them. Well the mets do Here was wilson. If i did get booed i i get it. I mean i'm not paying attention to it but but they should be doing right. Is that who i just said. We're not playing play. Well on offense defense gave us a good chance to win. And we didn't and they didn't live up to their part and that's very good mature. Answer for sure. Corey davis. he knows. The offense needs to clean things up and go to hold ourselves out but not shooting doesn't foot stool penalties. Emmys like he's got to get back to being us. A lot of that was just self-afflicted wounds so they'll play in denver sunday afternoon. Four zero five jamison crowded and play yesterday because solid said the groin. Injury flared up on friday. Though he was out there for pre game warmups they opted to hold him out sunday night. Football ravens beat the chiefs thirty six to thirty five. You had the fumble by edwards hilar- late in the fourth. And then lamar. Jackson gets the first down on fourth and one when they went for it up by one in their own territory. Here was jackson. Says it's good to finally get kc among bat Good you know. Move onto detroit nine. You know win win the super bowl yet. we is as one game. We just gotta keep staff focused on keeping on for patrick mahomes. He was very encouraging to edwards. Hilar- we'll need them the whole entire season. Don't let one play to find you. I mean it's a long season. Obviously we lost a good football team that we played at their place and it was certainly a good night from a home. Statistically three hundred forty three yards three touchdowns and a pit bull teams now. One in one. Jackson mentioned detroit for them week three while tonight. Detroit takes on green bay and head coach. Dan campbell expecting the absolute best from the pack. I know this they're going to be. We're gonna we're gonna you know new orleans kick the hornet's nest so we're going to get everything they've got and we have to assume we're gonna get their game and that's how we're preparing there you go. I would certainly agree with that right. The voice the look the way the things he says. He's just he's fun but if they don't win games it's going to be get real goofy real quick. It will be goofy. Yeah but i think that'll be great for us to you. Know stuff will say you know if their in seventeen all true. The late game yesterday the bucks. Beat the falcons. Forty eight twenty five. This game was twenty. Eight thousand five atlanta was coming back and then Tampa reeled off twenty straight. To kind of ended. Five touchdown passes for tom brady cowboys. Beat the chargers. Twenty to seventeen fifty six yarder.

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"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Welcome to the bomani jones right. Tom trivia tournaments. Guess what guys. Just a finals. You got a big match up. We'll get there in a second. I let me give you the rules. We got two contestants. Five questions of peace. One lifeline to turn your question multiple choice. Whoever gets the most right they win now onto the contestants and who they are playing for up. I we got the man with more books than jordan. God championships mister howard. Brian welcome back to the show for the third time. My third time. You know what this time in person. So i'm not on amtrak and you own seven books seven books championships. I meant rulings has realm of it. I thought you were talking about ownership. I was like get attached. I know that. I cannot hide nothing from him. He will find it immediately. I gotta catch russell though one more okay. Sounds good the who you plan for. I'm plane for models right now for amer cinema since bomani jones is senator. Tournament is no seeking. I'm playing for emerson. Hardest questions they you get. Every week is who you plan for. Because noted. there's several charities that you wanted to play for but gay was like now we can't do that. Tape shot everything down. He let me do it. Well we'll see if amherst gives that money or if the man that you're going up against the jones that everyone can't keep up with the man with his name on tournament. It's somehow got you to wear the shirt he got you to wedding. Sir mr bomani jones you see this we gotta calm. Confident lay back. Where are you planning for the the joe. I am playing for the national diaper bank network. And let you guys know. We started campaign last year to raise money for them. That raised thirty six thousand dollars. We tried to get it up to forty one thousand dollars by thursday august twenty six so You can go to. I love josh. Allen dot com. It's a long story but if you think you'll get there and then you can donate to the national type of bank network. I got so many Bills mafia people coming up to manage straight as is normally the case like nobody is a person just like oh man i love what you do. They like some playful banter and is fine. So i guess i like them or at least some of them all right so howard you get to go first sir. Why is that. I don't know. I mean i'm just following a script i am no. I have no involvement in the way that this thing is run at all none. I'll nobody that is true alaska for integrity of the tournament. I cannot vote for the difficulty of the questions here. We go which quarterback threw first. Nfl completion to himself a medium question and we skipping right past easy since we're.

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"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Dan voices phenomenon face for radio. Very well done you guys. What was the hardest part When you deploy just staying in asian And payment fluctuates too with my job in his job. That those moments where you're not together anymore just staying in line and stay on top of it. I think was probably the more difficult moments. We had absolutely very very hard. Wow why did go. We've got a copy of the legacy journey for you. You're on your way to be in baby steps millionaires. I love it. And that's the next chapter in your story because that's your whole thing you're gonna change your legacy and so legacy journeys perfect book to give you guys and also give you know the copy of the total money makeover help you. We've shopping and you can give that away and pay pay it forward and advise someone else that there's a gallon the radio that anytime you need to be mad at somebody. He's your guy he's your guy he can handle it. I like that. That's fun very good. Very good stuff. All right. evan and jessica. We're so proud of you guys very very very well done. Congratulations honor and thirty. Six thousand dollars paid off in three years making thirty six to one twenty counted down. Let's hear a debt. Free scream to one that amazing..

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"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on What Goes Up

What Goes Up

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on What Goes Up

"Just buy one from an auction house. Which i think is almost a bigger flex like you wear that thing to work you know and people will be like. Did you win a gold medal in the olympics. one. I'm not on that type of player so there's an auction house that has been selling some olympic medals and chris. This might catch you as a surprise but volt valdano. It's now time to play prices right with the craziest things and this is courtesy of the new york times. They are writing about the aftermarket for olympic medals. Some of them are pretty cheap. I gotta say a cheaper than you would expect. But i give you one that is sort of the gold medal of olympic aftermarket medals. If you will. It's actually a silver medal from the first modern olympic games in athens in eighteen ninety six. Here's what you need to know. Then back then. First place was a silver medal. There was no gold medal yet. You got silver so this is first place silver medal. Eighteen ninety six athens olympics. So two part question for each of you dada. What's your bid for that. At all and to would you wear to work. I would not wear to work. But i'm to guess thirty six thousand dollars. Thirty six thousand dollars are. I'm keeping a poker face chris. What's your bid for an eighteen. Ninety six silver first place medal athens olympics very first olympics. I i'm not sure. Let me figure out what what event it was. I'm not even sure what it was. But i guess it doesn't matter. Yeah i think she outbids me. I was gonna. I mean that would be a lot. Maybe twenty five thousand but yeah she up. May so. I lose that auction. You're you're taking the under taking the. I'm taking a little bit under. But maybe i don't know i. I think it depends on the size of this metal right. I can't think it was two gigantic. Although there probably was more silver content and today right into today's metals barely. Have anything in it. you're always some value to it. This is a true value investor. Here he wants to know.

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"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Various doggett a research scientist at studio lab broke down experiments within ai and machine learning that supports creatives in the filmmaking process. Hp tech talk brings you the people who are propelling businesses and industries. Forward listening subscribe to hp tech. Talk wherever you get your podcasts space. So okay so if i can wrap my head around this because you didn't have enough longshoremen. Emergent marines you get a backup of containers because there's not enough people to put them back in the vessels. The vessels go to anchor which means it takes a little longer for them to get going and that causes a slowdown in shipping which then causes people to go. Oh my gosh. It's going to take two weeks while. I better order more so that when it gets here i'm not stuck not being able to get it. The next time which then floods the channels am i have. I got starts exactly. It starts flooding the channels. The other thing that it causes. Is that the ocean carriers start raising their prices because they are going to try and restrict the flow right so think of it like blood going through a blood vessel. They're trying to restrict the the the vapid amount of blood going through the blood vessel so they're going to raise prices to try and discourage people now for about ten percent of the market. It works five to ten percent of the market works typically people in commodities people who move hardwood floors or people who move screws or bolts. Things that are standard is not built to order not specific items that need to ship. The problem becomes retail has grown so much over that period of time and is continuing to grow that it far surpasses this. And so you might. We saw maybe a week to two weeks of relief. When prices rose. But not enough to make it worthwhile and that caused more and fluctuation so now where we are where we today now we at a point now where containership companies which in twenty years might twenty years in. This industry haven't really made a huge profit margin. They're typically floating by by the skin of their teeth. Maybe one two percent margin at best. They're now making hand over fist and cash. Because there are no vessels available there are no more ocean vessels available to place containers on everything that could be. Booked has been booked I know companies that have chartered out vessels that are paying over one hundred thousand dollars a day for the vessel operation. Which in normal times. Whatever normal was Would typically be somewhere from thirty to forty thousand dollars today. Ocean freight containers report. Just released today. Ocean freight containers have gone up by fifteen times their original cost. So let me explain. Normally an ocean freight container from say shanghai which is a major fab hub out of china coming to the us which typically in about two years ago cost about. Maybe two thousand dollars now. We're seeing pricing somewhere around thirty two to thirty six thousand dollars for an ocean can This has taken a huge hit on the market and it is causing severe congestion. Now we talked about airfreight. What does that leave..

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"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Various doggett a research scientist at studio lab broke down experiments within ai and machine learning that supports creatives in the filmmaking process. Hp tech talk brings you the people who are propelling businesses and industries. Forward listening subscribe to hp tech. Talk wherever you get your podcasts space. So okay so if i can wrap my head around this because you didn't have enough longshoremen. Emergent marines you get a backup of containers because there's not enough people to put them back in the vessels. The vessels go to anchor which means it takes a little longer for them to get going and that causes a slowdown in shipping which then causes people to go. Oh my gosh. It's going to take two weeks while. I better order more so that when it gets here i'm not stuck not being able to get it. The next time which then floods the channels am i have. I got starts exactly. It starts flooding the channels. The other thing that it causes. Is that the ocean carriers start raising their prices because they are going to try and restrict the flow right so think of it like blood going through a blood vessel. They're trying to restrict the the the vapid amount of blood going through the blood vessel so they're going to raise prices to try and discourage people now for about ten percent of the market. It works five to ten percent of the market works typically people in commodities people who move hardwood floors or people who move screws or bolts. Things that are standard is not built to order not specific items that need to ship. The problem becomes retail has grown so much over that period of time and is continuing to grow that it far surpasses this. And so you might. We saw maybe a week to two weeks of relief. When prices rose. But not enough to make it worthwhile and that caused more and fluctuation so now where we are where we today now we at a point now where containership companies which in twenty years might twenty years in. This industry haven't really made a huge profit margin. They're typically floating by by the skin of their teeth. Maybe one two percent margin at best. They're now making hand over fist and cash. Because there are no vessels available there are no more ocean vessels available to place containers on everything that could be. Booked has been booked I know companies that have chartered out vessels that are paying over one hundred thousand dollars a day for the vessel operation. Which in normal times. Whatever normal was Would typically be somewhere from thirty to forty thousand dollars today. Ocean freight containers report. Just released today. Ocean freight containers have gone up by fifteen times their original cost. So let me explain. Normally an ocean freight container from say shanghai which is a major fab hub out of china coming to the us which typically in about two years ago cost about. Maybe two thousand dollars now. We're seeing pricing somewhere around thirty two to thirty six thousand dollars for an ocean can This has taken a huge hit on the market and it is causing severe congestion. Now we talked about airfreight. What does that leave..

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"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"And desperate search choline can millions of pounds of rubble. Looking for those one hundred fifty people still missing in surf side. Nobody's giving up hope here. Nobody's stopping the work goes on full force more than two hundred rescuers hampered thunderstorms into green calling from the side of the building. They've reached the basement on the east side of the pile. But some areas are now too dangerous to access find strollers and baby bottles just brings a sense of reality to the moment all this as troubling new reports emerge the miami herald's publishing photos for me pool. Contractor showing exposed rebar. in the crumbling concrete at the champlain tower south just thirty six hours before the catastrophic collapse that contractor telling the paper he was struck by the lack of maintenance in the lower level and abc news confirming a residence in april warning that the damage had gotten significantly worse that concrete deterioration is accelerating and would begin to multiply financially after two thousand. Eighteen engineering report revealed the need for repairs. But the cost was steep the repairs. Were priced at fifteen million dollars. Residents asked to pay anywhere from eighty thousand to three hundred thirty six thousand dollars for the repairs. And now a new lawsuit survivor resear- rodriguez describing the collapse saying the building swayed like a sheet of paper. She had been reporting issues in the building for years. They were clear not just warning signs to protect human life. The condo association releasing a statement. Saying it can't comment on pending litigation adding our focus remains on caring for our friends and neighbors. During this difficult time a structural engineer inspecting the champlain towers east north. Deeming them safe. We're inside the parking garage for the champlain towers. North the sister building. One of the biggest complaints we heard about the south tower. The one that collapsed was that their garage always flooded. Well it has been raining on and off all morning long as you can see here in. This garage is bone dry. And we're now hearing more harrowing accounts from the residents of the south tower erect. More work from home on the tenth floor. He was about to leave his girlfriend's house last wednesday night when she convinced him to stay over his unit now part of the rubble. That's my life. The building store woman frantically called after the collapse. She said the meeting hall. What do you mean a building. Harry people a day. I can't i can't believe me..

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"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"No thursday friday saturday down in miami. There was a crypto investor. Confidence in a very well attended well-covered in the business media and what's also notable is that people actually went it wasn't virtual. It was a real conference where real people got together talking. All things crypt. I look at bitcoin. Today it's pretty much unchanged here just over thirty six thousand dollars per coin but there's certainly been a lot of volatility in crypto market. Let's get the latest. With jeff doorman he's a cio of arca arc is a digital asset firm. Jeff thanks so much for joining us here love to get your thoughts. Just let's start with a bitcoin because that's the cryptocurrency or the crypto asset class or asset. That people were most familiar with talk about the volatility of bitcoin. What does that tell you sure. Thanks for having like volatility is happening because this is a new ethic and new asset classes. Don't have the same structure they don't have the same players And it's largely driven by momentum and out rhythmic quantitative traders today You know. I think that will change over time as it becomes a larger more Adopted acid in fact. You're already seeing it starting to decline a little bit because this is touching so many people but you know volatility happens when you have a lot. More retail traders and momentum traders than you do investors and that's natural for an asset. That doesn't really have any fundamental underpinning. Are we looking at a a little bit of stability here around thirty six thousand dollars right now. sure pretty good You know. I think i think the there's a couple of things that drive coins value right and it's obviously not traditional fundamental valuation technique. That is true of other acids and digital assets but not bitcoin but we know about bitcoin specifically is there's a couple of factors that have driven you have low rates and the declining dollar. That's still very much in play. Nothing's changing their therefore. This should still be a pretty strong macro acid institutional money entering the state. Nothing's changed there. We have you know tons of investors coming into our funds other funds or saying the same things money is pouring in Everywhere you look into zaza class because of what i said before low rates and a low dollar right. Where else are you going to go to invest your money You know really. The only thing exchanged is recent narratives. You know if you are going to watch..

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"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

"Canada's dairy industry has been creamed by scandal dubbed butter gate. The uproar has utterly import economic lessons for both us and our northern neighbor. Hello i'm steve forbes. And this is what's ahead where you get the insights you need a better navigate. These turbulent times canadians are in a bad mood during the covid nineteen lockdowns. They notice that their butter was getting less smooth less soft. This unwelcome change in texture. Colonel demotions and whipped up suspicions that the quality of milk had changed people were not cowed by industry denials. They were right with the lockdowns demand for butter. Sword as people had more time to bake stuff and here we get to the broad economic lesson that fans a big government never learn government control of an economy or some part of it rarely if ever works as well as free markets. In this case normal circumstances dairy farmers would have beefed up their herds to produce more milk and importers would have brought in more product from the us to meet the higher demand but in canada dairy farmers weren't allowed to buy more cows and thanks to tariffs which are sales taxes as well as other trade barriers. Canada was unable to fill the gap by buying more product from the us and canada. Dairy farm operations fall under the purview of a so called supply management system whereby government bureaucrats tightly control the production and pricing of milk eggs and poultry. This soviet style system was implemented to a stencil. Reassure that these industries never experienced surpluses shortages. The real world result is that canadians are milked at the marketplace with artificially high prices so blocked from buying more cows and imports. Not being allowed from the us to meet the milk shortfall. Dairy farmers resorted trying to get additional milk from each how they did it by feeding more palm oil products to their herds. They got the extra milk but also a notable unwelcome change in the texture of butter. Of course the pity of this kind of government. Interference isn't confined to milk. Take lumber prices have risen meteorically in the us since april of last year adding thirty six thousand dollars to the price of a new home. Canada supplies a big part of our lumber needs but imports are subject to tariffs imposed by donald trump. Now you'd think. Washington would eliminate or at least suspend these sales taxes or prices are in the stratosphere think again instead the biden administration is writing to double tariffs on lumber from canada. You heard that right double. The taxes with covid nineteen receding. People are in no mood for being bullied and hammered by politicians who cower before special interests. I'm steve forbes. Thanks for listening. Do sending your comments and suggestions look forward to being with you soon again..

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"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on Something On My Mind | Personal Finance

Something On My Mind | Personal Finance

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on Something On My Mind | Personal Finance

"Your answer and what causes inflation and is a very simple one and this is going on right now and many of the sectors in this is Production costs with materials and wages. And this is actually knows Known as cost push inflation ackley so the housing industry has a shortage of lumber steel copper and people to do the work. So i think i've heard it's about thirty six thousand dollars right now for the lumber cost to go into house crazy. That's how much it's added onto it and then you can get into the autos and they have a chip shortage in so cars are They're empty lots. And you have other dealers buying cars of other dealers to be talked about and the last podcasts radio and so i looked up some other ones and they have. There's a chlorine shortage for the pools. There is a production facility and louisiana. That's an act of god if you've seen it like in wording and That was unforeseen so they're not producing as much chlorine. And so what are they gonna do. And here's the other one that i didn't know about but the recession proof Is are the chicken wings. Chicken wing chicken wings others restaurants. That can't even get him right now. My it looks like there was a storm in texas so again something happened that you can't predict but they're still high storm and texas wiped out. Chicken coops chicken firms or something. I don't know the answer. It just storms in texas. But you know it hurt their ability to produce the chickens index so yeah he's got the chicken wings but in the same tony. Those workers that are going to do that are the what was their pie checkers. Chicken but sex or checkers. And here's a of will think about the other thing too is that pet. Adoptions and in birding people had a lot more pets during the pandemic and now so that means the cost of food is going on for that as well so these are all examples of Con- this is of like a hybrid so basically prices and go up but there's also shortages at the same time you're gonna get into the nfl. The scenario when consumers demand increase for a product and service so when there's a surge in demand sort of what we have right now across the economy prices increase. so that's called demand pull inflation. So do you remember like the tickle me elmo back in nineteen ninety six yeah that one so i remember my mother. Justice was actually a baby back in nineteen ninety six and she was running all over town to get that. Damn tickle me while i remember her. She's like pushing people by the way she you know. She didn't care she was. Justin was going to have that tickle me elmo and that tway which retailed for twenty eight ninety nine. According to the manufacturer's retail price was actually being resold by scalpers for up to fifteen hundred dollars on the internet. By the end of nineteen ninety sex justin. Thanks for tickling me. I don't appreciate that's my immigation. Oh my gosh. so let's get back to actual seriousness here because this is actually a very important topic that people are asking about all the time and another important factor that the economists look at which is the m two money supply. So that's actually the money. Supply that measures the cash and checking deposits and easily convertible and highly liquid near money. So that's really an indicator of where we're going. What's that velocity of money and measuring that rate which is exchanged in the economy. So that's kind of what we're looking at right now. High money velocity is usually actually as socially associated with a healthy expanding economy..

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US Home Construction Falls a Surprise 9.5% in April

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

US Home Construction Falls a Surprise 9.5% in April

"Home construction is down but experts say things are looking up home construction was down a surprisingly sharp nine and a half percent in April but economists say it's at least in part because builders delayed projects due to a big jump in lumber prices and trouble getting supplies now listen to this you'll pay almost thirty six thousand dollars more to buy the average new single family home because the price of lumber has sky rocketed and production of some things home builders need shut down temporarily when the pandemic hit a year ago it can be difficult to get appliances for example despite all of that economists expect housing to show strength in twenty twenty one I'm ready to fall lay

"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on Real Talk with Mary Contrary and Starfish

Real Talk with Mary Contrary and Starfish

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on Real Talk with Mary Contrary and Starfish

"Llc eighty so i kind of broke it down and look like well. That's actually not too bad. you know. Yeah yeah so thousand bucks. Like i'm kind of thinking about it in terms of if it's a year and thirty six thousand dollars. Let's say you had thirty six. Coaching calls with like big holidays indications and stuff like a little less than a thousand bucks a week. You know right. So i was thinking of it that way. You know kind of. And i was like well. This sounds pretty legitimate. Whatever and so then Wasn't sure because was a lot of money than i ever spent at once. I've never ever spent that kind of money all at once. And i'm not usually that type of person either so again it's like that vulnerability that they're after you know people that are desperately trying to either get out of their jobs or get into a better place or you know. Try to get out of their bad situations. Those are the people thereafter and it was pretty obvious so then they wanted you to bring your partner in your boyfriend or girlfriend. So i did that the third day and we sat down and they gave us even more information you know to seem more quote unquote legit. And so then. I heard her fair. I think they wanted them. They're just so that they could try to make it so that you would want to spend the money instead of going home to your significant other and being like i'm gonna spend thirty six thousand on this and then they'd be like no way they wanted it all the people the household involved so that they could you know. Make sure that they seal the deal by getting your money. That would legitimize it for me. It would it would make me think they were trying to be more legit and like i want my family in all right. Yeah they actually give right part of their scheme so and it worked you know so at the end of the third day. I was like okay. I'm to do this. And luckily i was smart enough to put it all on credit cards and not give them any cash. Were any checks or anything like that. And i'm gonna tell people out there you know like if you're stuck in a situation like that where you're putting forth like lots of questionable funds make sure it's always on a credit card because you can always dispute that later a lot easier than you can..

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"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on Mason Vera Paine

Mason Vera Paine

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on Mason Vera Paine

"The one we accepted king thirty six thousand dollars over asking price and that just goes to show you like this market right now. There's so many buyers in it but there's just not enough inventory. Everyone is putting offers on the same houses right now because there's just nothing else in certain areas you know not every area is like this but if you're an appreciating area that has a lot of doing stuff. Construction new restaurants dining schools things like that. That's going to be very attractive for people that are trying to make the transition after the the pandemic now. I also read the to be more competitive. When bidding on homes people have started to waive the inspection and appraisal fees is that it's smart. Move to do if you have the money it is if you don't it's actually really risky so how that works is in. That actually just happened on on the sale of my home residents also the top bid that we accepted they waived the appraisal fee and they did that because they have enough money down to where the appraisal comes low. That can cover the different. The people that usually do that are people that have the big down payments because they know that if it comes in low. That's not gonna be a problem if you don't have the difference in the down payment you can easily lose your earnest money deposit that you put down. Because below appraise on you can't make the difference. And then the financing pulse through you have people who are overpaying. Possibly taking a risk because they're not know doing an inspection. Would you even consider that. These types of people are purchasing a home as a long term investment. So when people call it that. And i honestly i think people call it that just to make themselves feel better. But i don't necessarily think that everyone. I don't know if right now i would consider just buying my primary residence as a long term investment. It kind of depends on the area and things like that. I mean you can consider it that there are ways to structure Real real estate deals in terms of buying houses like buying houses in general. Those are great long-term kaslo strategies that you can build long-term wealth with but you have to understand what you're doing and you have to set things up in certain models an extra strategies to make sure everything goes right in terms of just a primary residence. Yeah i mean a house. An acid is always a great investment strategy. If you have everything right in place so let's say you're one of these people who wanna wave the inspection fees. What are some red flags that you should be looking out for. There's definitely some signals that i need to know to understand the market. Because when you're buying a house you want to understand what's going on. Jim market rather than just what everyone is saying. So if you analyze the data then you'll know and it's not really like it's not backing down a ton of data it's really just looking at some key signals and these signals are like days on market. You want to understand the average days on market that it's taking a house in your area to sell and you also want to look at the percentage that the houses are selling in your area.

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"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on Animal Radio

"People to the oakland california city council has determined that. Three's a crowd when it comes to dogs. Residents will now be restricted to owning a total of three dogs. They will also require owners to have their dogs implanted with microchips which council members hope will help identify. Violent fits and help return loss dogs. Violators can be fined up to five hundred dollars. Opponents argue that the three dogs will discourage people from taking in strays but supporters say will help cut down the barking fighting in smell coming from homes overcrowded with dogs. Current owners of more than three dogs can be exempted. Their dogs are spayed or neutered. And if it's determined that they have enough space for the dogs san francisco in los angeles also have a three dog limit law. I'm brit savage for animal. Radio people to hand radio gray. The marshall tucker him forever. You'll always be listening to animal. Radio keep loving those pants. You love your dog. Is something bothering him or her. And you can't figure out what it is. Maybe they seem slow or lethargic and maybe they just don't have energy wouldn't you like your to believing their very best life. Pet joy offers a money back guarantee on all of its products. If your dog won't eat it or you don't see the results you want. Just let us know. And we'll make it right totally risk-free what do you have to lose. You can't buy peg joy multivitamins in story. The only way you can get them is through this unique radio offer and if you call right now learn how to get two bottles free with your order. Turn your dog's life around. Make him or her a happy camper. If they're right he said call pet choi right now. Eight hundred four five one one three five nine eight hundred four five one one three five nine eight hundred four five one one three five nine. That's eight hundred four or five one thirteen fifty nine. Hi this is paul reiser. And you're listening to animal radio every minute you're here you're not harming someone else is usable music otherwise. Cut it and get out. This is an animal radio news. Update brought to you by fear. Free fear free takes the pad out of petrified and puts the treat into treatment to learn more and find a certified fear free veterinary professional near you visit. Fear free pets.com. I'm laurie brooks to follow up on a story. We did a couple of weeks ago. The united arab emirates. Uae over in the middle east has outlawed the ownership of wild animals as pets and that ends a pretty expensive hobby of some wealthy citizens there who are fond of posting snapshots of themselves with their lions and tigers and cheetahs. All over social media. The new law is going to ban. The traded ship of wild were exotic pets for any individual but does not affect zoos or circuses and breeding or research centers and. Violators will be facing jail. Time and fines of up to a hundred and thirty six thousand dollars and usually the animals aren't even that expensive but animal welfare experts over there in the middle east. Say those big cats are often illegally smuggled out of their native countries and that is so concerning sense. Cheetah populations have plummeted in just the past few decades now in germany. There is a legal difference between pet owners. Do you own a dog or do you own a cat. Because in germany dog owners are taxed for their pet cat. Owners are not an estimated. Thirteen million cats called germany home. In that does not include the strays. They're officials say. The justification for the dog tax is partly because dog owners. And you know who you are often. Don't clean up after their dog in pub- you know their dog. Goes you know audience public areas but dogs in germany. also just the dogs must be licensed neutered micro-chipped and depending on the breed they have to undergo an official character tests to determine whether or not they should be muzzled when they're out in public so there's a lot of responsibilities there but german officials say those policies help to prevent shelters from being overrun and also allows them to stick to a strict. No kill policy as well as limiting fighting incidents there do they have people that go round. Pick up that poop. City workers county workers park pippa Poop park poop up patrols. That i couldn't do it. I'm laurie brooks get more breaking animal. News anytime at animal. Radio dot com. This has been an animal radio news. Update brought to you by fear free. The veterinarian isn't typically thought of as your pets favor place to go with fear. Free that all changes to learn more and find a certified fear free veterinary professional near you visit. Fear free pets.com. I'm beth stern on animal radio and adopt from your local shelter. You're listening to animal radio if you missed. Any part of today's show visit us at animal. Radio dot com or download. The animal radio app for iphone and android. We were talking about this last week. Remember when adt was When it was good couple of years ago at least know some people think it might still be good and gary feeder at ag t. You said america's got talent and you might remember. We were talking about gary vader who actually should have one that i think everyone voted for. There's something going on. I think it was hacked the election. The voting was hacked proper lasmo. Some ventriloquist here. We have gary on the phone. Hey gerry how're you doing gar. Very good we call you at home right now I am at home. Set the scene for us. You got the animals around you. Ask two dogs actually Run around something boy. That's right on to you. Know what there's a bad connection here. Another phone I don't have another phone. I don't know. I mean judy was saying before that. Roughly here but Normally it's you know it's fine so in the background and you got your puddles. Ernie in marty right correct. Yeah two dogs. They're barking right now. Are they amused for your comedy writing. you know. I don't even think they actually know i don't know. Yeah they You know they're abusing their own way that you know. I don't think it's it's more about you. Know just in general so paying out with them and they're doing just good for peace of mind than they actually helped me right you know. Yeah not anybody. You're not in any of my jokes to keep And they're nice to company nice to come home to at night. I think the van trailer is taking hold of our our phone lines here because we cannot hear you. It.

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"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on Waiting In Queue

Waiting In Queue

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"thirty six thousand dollars" Discussed on Waiting In Queue

"Seven hundred seven that math wrong. So this is seven hundred million. Yes i did that math wrong. You would have so much you would have tons more cards hang on. Let's review that all right. So you've seven seven hundred thirty million. I think i did that wrong. Seven hundred and thirty million boom. There's a seven hundred thirty million. What was my. What was my thing. I had to do you bought. Oh do thirty six times. Twelve four hundred thirty two okay so divided by one hundred dollars here No i think i did that right times. At by what. Four hundred thirty two. Yeah i did. I did right okay so say i have seven hundred and thirty million dollars. How much money would i give because obviously my sister in miles with get some what. Yeah they're perfectly fine where they're at get. Get that out of your head. My parents sounded much. Would you give your parents if you want. Seven hundred and thirty. What'd you give parents any. I feel like you have. I feel like the bra brought life to me right. They brought me into this whole. What if you just gave them. The average cost of a child from the years. One eighteen which is like thirty six thousand dollars. So here's here's your return on investment you on seven hundred thirty million dollars so then you you you write a check to your parents and it's fucking thirty six thousand dollars. That's it nothing else dude. That'd be terrible now. see i i. i'd have to be smart about it because I'd have to give it to my dad but they're still married but i just have to give it to my dad and make sure it will. I gotta be careful with that too. He likes to gamble but he's trying to slow down anyways He has slowed. Oh yeah he has slowed down quite a bit But i do..

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Kelly Clarkson's Husband Wants $436K in Monthly Support

Daily Pop

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Kelly Clarkson's Husband Wants $436K in Monthly Support

"Kelly. Clarkson's divorce maybe getting ugly. Kelly just got primary custody of her kids and her ex asking for millions. Multiple sources claim multiple reports actually claim brandon black asking for four hundred and thirty six thousand dollars a month in spousal support and child support along with two million in says filed for divorce from brandon. Black back in june setting iraq irreconcilable reconcilable differences after nearly seven years together. According to recent court docs filed on behalf of kelly. The level of conflict between the parents has increased. The parties have a difficult time. Co-parenting due to issues of trust between them so both clarkson and blocks sex attorneys could not be reached for comment

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Inequities Of The Pandemic

The Indicator from Planet Money

03:46 min | 2 years ago

Inequities Of The Pandemic

"Right here we go four inequities, the covert pandemic I up growing racial and ethnic inequality according to a recent survey by Pew Research. Throughout. The pandemic. Black. Hispanic. Families have struggled to make payments on their bills, things like health care bills or mortgage payments more than white families. One clear reason why is that black and Hispanic adults have been more likely to lose their jobs than white adults but another big reason is that white households had so much more wealth before the pandemic. Here are some staggering data points as of last year the median black household had about twenty four, thousand dollars in total wealth and the media. In Hispanic household had just a bit more about thirty, six, thousand dollars but the median white household had a hundred and eighty nine thousand dollars in wealth. That's just a huge gap. Also, white families are more likely to own shares in the stock market and to own their homes, and since both the stock market and home prices are actually higher. Now than they were before the pandemic wealth inequality has almost certainly gotten even wider, and this also means that white families just had more of an economic cushion going into the pandemic they had more savings and more stuff they could sell to help them get by when the. Economy started to go bad. The second inequity exacerbated by the pandemic is a pretty straightforward one people who make lower wages have been much more likely to lose their jobs because of the pandemic then people who get paid higher wages a big reason for this industries that pay low average wages, which include jobs in restaurants and bars and retail stores have themselves been more likely to have shutdowns or lose business then industries that pay wages like finance or law. In fact, people who work in these low wage industries are roughly three times more likely to have lost jobs since February and to still be out of work than. People who work in high wage industries, and that trend also overlaps with the third inequity, which is about the labor market for people with different educational backgrounds for adults with college degrees. Their total number of jobs is almost back to exactly where it was before the pandemic even started but there are still twelve percent fewer jobs for people with only high school degrees and eighteen percent fewer jobs for people who did not graduate high school, and there is another really incredible statistic that gets at the difference between people who have college degrees and people don't, and that is this is the ability to work remotely way from the office. Sixty seven percent of college graduates who have jobs can do those jobs from home for high school graduates. Only twenty five percent can work from home, which makes it hard for them to keep their jobs at a time of social distancing and business lockdowns. And the fourth inequity is widening gender inequality. There's more than two and a half million fewer women in the US labor force. Then there were before the pandemic and being out of the labor force by the way means that you don't have a job and also that you're not looking for a job possibly because you have other responsibilities like tending to a sick relative or watching the. Kids and women have been dropping out of the labor force in much higher numbers than men since the pandemic started. So explanation for these differences is that women are heavily concentrated in some of the industries that have had the highest losses things like teaching food service working in hotels. Another possible explanation is the pay gap between men and women women earn less money on average than men. Do, and so in couples where both spouses work, it can end up making more economic sense for the women to step out of the workforce if someone has to stay home and care for the children or the home, and in this pandemic, working mothers of young kids have been roughly three times more likely to lose their jobs than working fathers.

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College Campuses Opened for Business, Now Scores of Students Have Covid-19

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:07 min | 2 years ago

College Campuses Opened for Business, Now Scores of Students Have Covid-19

"This is on point Jane Clayson. We're talking with student newspaper editors about what college life is like in a pandemic and how the choices their schools have made are impacting students. My guest this hour Andy Thomason senior editor at the chronicle for Higher Education Andy. We were talking about the political sort of faultlines at play even in higher ed right now, this sort of red state blue state colleges in. Ryan States by Republicans are more likely to offer in person courses. It appears blue states or more online has that held steady throughout the opening here. It has but it's gotten more complex as states have to wrestle with. You know the consequences of reopening the public health numbers on campus and that sort of thing for instance, one of the first campuses to reopen the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill had faced a mandate from the system to reopen but just I think about a week Yep after they had started classes, they were forced to shut down in effectively evacuate campuses. So the public health realities are definitely altering some of. That decision making and many colleges and universities are are not messing around they're cracking down on these large gatherings large parties at northeastern here in Boston they expelled students that gathered in a room together and there was no refund on the thirty six thousand dollars tuition Ohio state issued two, hundred, twenty, eight suspensions to students attended parties a give us some other examples of the disciplinary measures that colleges are taking now. Well, much of that action has actually been predominantly rhetorical sort of warning students saying this semester if it has to end early, it's on you. It's not on us. That's the message from administrators on many campuses there have been lots of suspensions at lots of campuses It actually helps sort of spur something of a backlash among others in the higher education community saying the students didn't make the decision to reopen it was the administrators and are you going To blame students for being students when they didn't really have a hand in these plans, some observers called it hypocritical well, right and and you know I've heard both sides, is it too much to ask college students to give up so much of their college experience and on the other hand you know be responsible put a mask socially distance. I mean there are two sides to this as there are more broadly speaking in the cultural conversation as a whole. That's absolutely true and yes, you can see both sides to it, and of course, in a pandemic, we all have to behave responsibly behaviors good public health citizens, but you have to realize and recognize this occurring in the larger context of institutions that have their own institutional priorities, financial, political, and cultural, and in some cases at least students have. Found themselves in the center of that and and facing some of the consequences.

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Houston fire cadets getting $8,000 pay raise

Mark Levin

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

Houston fire cadets getting $8,000 pay raise

"Hair semester Turner proving an eight thousand dollar pay increase for Houston firefighter cadets starting this month cadets we paid a beginning salary of thirty six thousand dollars in an effort to boost recruiting pay hike not part of the voter approved pay raise under proposition B. which a judge ruled last year violates state laws on collective

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Why The Cost Of Air Ambulances Is Rising

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:08 min | 3 years ago

Why The Cost Of Air Ambulances Is Rising

"Two thousand and two the. US Government introduced a new policy that allow private players to enter the air ambulance industry. This decision brought more competition into the market yet. The cost of an air ambulance trip sword. So why do the normal rules of supply and demand not apply. Here's Cardiff Garcia and Rachel Cohn from our daily Economics podcast the indicator from planet. Money to understand how air ambulance services became so expensive. You actually have to go back to a time when they they were cheaper a time when hospitals were the largest provider of the service ambulances really grew out of emergency rooms that decided. Hey we won't have a way to get people here faster. They were owned by hospitals. They were part of the hospital system. They were on the master hospital bill and often covered by insurance because it was a hospital service. So that is Dr Marty mccarey. He's a surgeon and professor of Health Policy and management at Johns Hopkins University. He says that for a long time hospitals were not making money from their air ambulances. They provided that service is because they could start charging patients. Once they got to the hospitals there were virtually actually no for profit providers companies that were trying to make a profit but in two thousand and two this began to change. The government rolled out a new policy. That change just the amount of money that area meals providers could make from transporting Medicare and Medicaid patients. But basically what you need to know. Is that the new policy made it more lucrative for independent independent ambulance providers that groups other than hospitals to offer the service and what this did was to incentivize outside group's thinking of investing in air ambulances. Silence is because now they were assured more money for transporting Medicare and Medicaid patients but also they could provide these services for this whole other group of patients. People not not covered by Medicare and Medicaid in other words people who had private insurance the result is that the number of air ambulances in the US nearly doubled in the vast majority today are owned by for profit providers and so here is where the normal dynamics of supply and demand start to go skew. They start to get a little weird see in a normal. Oh market that big increase in supply. The supply of air ambulance providers would usually mean a good thing for consumers because consumers now have more choice means more competition competition between those providers in usually means cheaper prices for consumers but in the area relents market. That's not what happens. That's because customers in in this market can't shop around and compare prices and services in an emergency situation. The customer doesn't choose which air ambulance provider to call the ritual. You spoke to a a couple who experienced this firsthand so the story takes place back in two thousand eight back then. This man named David Jones Scott into a terrible accident on a New Jersey highway. He was driving with his girlfriend at the time now. His wife Juliet when their car flipped over and tumbled at sixty five miles an hour onto the highway shoulder. First responders honors arrived at the scene and called an ambulance. David was flown out. I so I remember that hearing the ambulance land I was completely out of the car. Getting entreated to Juliette was actually still trapped in the car so emergency services had to cut her out which took awhile and so they ended up calling second air ambulance a few hours later eventually vincent. They made a full recovery but a nasty surprise awaited them exactly so they were actually going over their bills for their treatment together when they realized that they were charged. Different announce for their area blitz transports had a note written contemporaneous. Like it's funny just looking at the the no it says You know seventeen hundred for me and thirteen thousand for Juliette. Seventeen hundred for David in thirteen thousand dollars for Juliette even even though they were transported the exact same distance from the same accident site to the same hospital. I mean there was one difference aside from the price and that's who flew them so David was flown by a public provider but Juliet was flown by a for profit company. So this big increase in supply. It doesn't bring down the price for people getting air transported so the medium price for example charged by an air ambulance for a helicopter transport in the United States. That is now more than thirty six thousand dollars if you ask the Association of Air Medical Services About this there the industry group that represents air ambulances. They suggest that ambulances have become more expensive to provide but Dr mccarey he sees things differently so he says that the main reason these companies are charging so much for their services is because they can. There's nothing to stop them and so quickly. This second back industry grew of private equity companies. Buying up these air ambulances from hospitals managing the services services and price gouging patients going around the Master Hospital Bill. This has created a situation where people have gotten into a lot of debt and are straining straining their finances just to be able to pay off their hefty air ambulance Bill Rachel Code Cardiff Garcia N._p._R.. News.

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New Federal Overtime Rule Takes Effect Jan. 1

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:19 min | 3 years ago

New Federal Overtime Rule Takes Effect Jan. 1

"Which workers should get paid extra for working long hours? That question is at the heart of a new overtime rule. From the trump administration more workers now now qualify for overtime although far fewer workers will qualify under a rule that was proposed under President Obama. NPR's Alina Seljuk reports which the number of workers now eligible for overtime pay is growing by one point three million people that's because the Labor Department is changing the threshold for the kind of salary. Worker has to make qualify. Here's former Labor Department's chief economist. Heidi Sheer Holtz. There's just a broad rule that generally early people who work more than forty hours a week in this country are eligible for overtime pay and this one is about who's exempted from those protections. The people who get paid by the hour already have overtime pay guarantees. So this rule is for salaried workers and the idea behind it was that people who are say bona fide managers managers or supervisors don't need overtime pay protections. Here's Paula Zahn with the worker advocacy group National Employment Law project overtime rules a lot like a minimum wage for the middle class. They make sure workers have time for their personal lives by protecting the forty hour. Work Week and you know there was an exemption for highly paid managers and professionals. Who are you know the assumption was? They had the bargaining power to negotiate their own pay and work schedules. Except the salary level has eroded over the decades so people making as little as twenty four thousand dollars a year until today could have been denied overtime. Pay Think fast food or retail managers. The new trump role gives that threshold a boost up to nearly thirty six thousand dollars which she says mainly affect those lower-paid frontline managers she. He says before today six percent of full time salaried workers were eligible the trump administration's rule raise it to just around fifteen percent sheer sure Holson worked in the Obama administration on another rule that would have by now extended overtime pay to more than twice as many workers she says by today would have guaranteed overtime. Pay Okay for managers making as much as fifty one thousand dollars a year but that rule was challenged by the business community and blocked by a federal judge in Texas the trump administration ernest ration- chose not to defend it but wrote its own version. Here's Mark Friedman Vice President for workplace policy the US Chamber of Commerce. We think that a more narrow a more refined sour special was was in order. And that's what this administration has put in place. Besides Friedman says many businesses did adjust to the Obama era rule for example changing schedules reshuffling duties or raising the salary for lower paid managers to keep them exempt from overtime pay and so he he says a lot of employers are already compliant with the new trump administration rule. A lot of the adjustments. That might have happened with already. Happened back in two thousand sixteen. Meanwhile argue the trump role is a missed opportunity. Well technically it's an increase in reality. It was a rollback a token increase increase that was aimed at blocking something. More significant and San points out. Multiple states have already taken on overtime. Pay going beyond the new federal

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Electric vehicles are getting noisier, for safety's sake

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:50 min | 3 years ago

Electric vehicles are getting noisier, for safety's sake

"The electric vehicles lack roaring engines. What should they on lake instead from american public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying hang the digital economy. I'm kim in for molly would <music> one of the strangest things to get used to about electric vehicles. It's out eerily quiet. They are it. It makes you realize how much we associate engine noise with driving that lack of sound can be problematic even deadly think about the visually impaired or anyone one blandly oblivious to vehicles because we're tearing at our smartphones in the european union. New models of electric vehicles will now have to make some kind of noise out of these safety fifty concerns. Some carmakers have already been doing that and they're taking it as an opportunity to craft signature sounds chris. Valance is a reporter for the bbc b._b._c. He reported on the designers need to think about when making that new car sound so i suppose the number one consideration is that this tells you something is coming that there is a car on its way but then within that of course you know like everything in a car manufacturer from i guests the cup holders to the keys as a kind of chance to say something about the brand so few manufacturers have been doing this for awhile ahead of rules that are going to require roll new electric models in europe to have one of these what they called acoustic vehicle alert system. I wanna visited jank. You're which is calm armani factory with the long roots in the u._k. Because they'd already put one of these systems in their new electric s._u._v. the jaguar apace and we actually have have the sound of the i._p._c. collected it. You know that sound has gone through a pretty lengthy development process before it hit those interestingly. The sound design process starts really before the visuals of the car. Finally i said jaguars so they start with kind of like mood boards boards and then they sort of try out the sounds now i think one of the initial sounds they came up with was a sort of flying sources sound and that was sort of problematic because <hes> they said that people wouldn't look at the roads that we sort of looking at the sky because you know what does a flying saucer so try the sounds <hes> some were they felt were a little little bit too futuristic like this synthetic engine sound <music> rather sounds that are sort of layers is they then build up the the finish sound from so. I rather like this which i thought was a bit like the deck of the star destroyer <music> but they want something a bit more. They thought it was a bit more positive so let's say let's say the st engineering planning falcon. We're talking about changing the very the sound of a busy street why not just try to replicate the sound of a moving car. You know we we recognize well. I think for the bronze i it's it's sort of an opportunity to to really make a statement about their vehicle. They are kind of designing away the future sound of the streets and that certainly concern for the designers jaguar. I mean they. They played me a mock up there and made of water a whole street full of their new i of their r._e._i. Pace cars would sound like we can. We can hear a little bit of concern. There actually actually was that you know the internal combustion sounds. They blend quite well. I mean you can argue about that but you know we used to. The noise that lots of internal combustion engines never very concerned that the sounds of their cash as well and they played me what it would sound like if you got it completely wrong. It's it's pretty annoying really so. It's dentist's drill isn't it. I mean not serve like are there any rules or regulations limiting. The sounds like cars are we'll be able to make yes there. Are there lots of rules and regulations. They talk about you know. The restrictions on frequent says they specifically sort of rule allowed some kind of sounds like a memory serves. I think you mentioned the random sounds like waterfall sounds. You know it can't just be anything. I mean you're not going to get the hamster dance up from gaza anytime soon chris valance reports for the bbc he says it's easy to fred about all these annoying sounds filling streets gapes but the designers in car makers say the future of our roads with more e._v.'s and they're fake sounds will not only be safer but actually quieter than today and now for some related links if you really value peace and quiet. You may be glad to learn that b._m._w. Is finishing up a program to install a hundred e._v. Charging stations at or near national parks it helps address the problem of e._v. Charging being too concentrated in in certain areas but absent from remote places need proof that car makers are really investing in sound b._m._w. Is partnering with hans zimmer. You know that film composer behind movies like inception anyway. He's composing the sounds for b._m._w. Iconic sounds electric. The company is sound brand. Techcrunch has more on the partnership and there's a video featuring the sound. He designed for one of their concept cars. The video is appropriately weird and korean automaker. Sunday is the first to release a mass market electric vehicle in india. Bloomberg says the kuna s._u._v. will start right retailing for two point five million rupees there. That's about thirty six thousand dollars up to this point. India has been the last major market without a real all electric trich vehicle for everyday consumers the government there is making a push to reduce pollution that plagues the country. I'm jed kim and that's marketplace okay. This is a p._m. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by inner calm intercom. 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Country House Wins Kentucky Derby After Maximum Security Is Disqualified

Golic & Wingo

01:22 min | 3 years ago

Country House Wins Kentucky Derby After Maximum Security Is Disqualified

"And we're all trying to figure out how much money. Yep. Actually changed hands in the decision to award country house the winner over maximum security because of that fouled the Kentucky Derby because because Omaha beach Mike was scratched before the rest began. He was the betting favorite maximum security became defending betting favorite, but country house. Mike was a sixty five to one longshot and came through with the wind. So first and foremost the biggest bets on each of those horses. The biggest bet on maximum security was eight thousand dollars. So if that results stayed maximum security one that would have paid out thirty six thousand dollars imagine being this person the largest bet on country a house per twin? Spires was twenty five hundred dollars. So they were sitting there for twenty two minutes waiting for the review waiting to see if they won one hundred sixty two thousand five hundred dollars that paid off on that. So and they ended up winning that because country house was declared the winner, but with maximum security all the vets to win place or show. There's approximately nine million dollars is what it costs betters that were bet over six point two million to win and then obviously amounts onto place in nine million it cost

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12th cat found mutilated, killed in Thurston County

News, Traffic and Weather

00:35 sec | 4 years ago

12th cat found mutilated, killed in Thurston County

"The war to find. The person responsible for killing and mutilating, of cats in the. South sound is now grown to thirty six thousand dollars tonight, the cats have been found in different spots around Thurston county over the past year the. Most recent was found just yesterday in Olympia a new task. Force has been created with detectives, dedicated to solving this case they're telling people to. Keep cats. Indoors especially in night lately she's been staying inside and after what. You told me. Today she's she ain't going to be outside for a long time until they find this guy the task force. Is hoping, more tips continue to count. Me and if you see something suspicious they want you to

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Saraland girl, 14, missing; police seek public's help

WYDE

01:22 min | 5 years ago

Saraland girl, 14, missing; police seek public's help

"This is elizabeth kramer with the yellowhammer news radio network alabama attorney general steve marshall of republican leads the race of campaign contributions raised in the month of february in his efforts to win a full term as attorney general marshall raised two hundred nineteen thousand dollars this past month coming in second his republican former attorney general troy king with one hundred and eight thousand dollars and republican former us attorney alice martin claims third with thirty six thousand dollars in contributions the primary election for secretary of state is set for june 5th police are seeking information about the case of the missing sarah lind girl fourteen year old kaely presley has been missing since friday last seen at rambos skate land on sara land boulevard presley is described as a white female with light brown to blonde hair with blue eyes she is five foot two inches tall and weighs about one hundred pounds she was last seen wearing blue jeans and a black shirt sarah land police ask any one with information on pressley's whereabouts to call the department at two five one six seven five five three three one the aniston army depot seeks applicants for their march 31st job fair the depot welcomes anyone interested to common apply for.

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