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Is Student Loan Forgiveness A Good Idea?

Money For the Rest of Us

09:16 min | 7 months ago

Is Student Loan Forgiveness A Good Idea?

"Right now on the. Us government federal balance sheet there's loan receivables over a trillion dollars of student loan debt sitting there as a receivable for the fiscal year ending nineteen total assets of the federal government worth three point nine trillion of which one point one trillion was direct student loans. But here's the thing. Three point nine. Trillion in assets twenty six point nine trillion in liabilities. The difference the deficit is twenty two point nine trillion dollars. The us government is effectively insolvent. It does more than its assets. And if the us government road off four hundred and forty billion dollars of student loans it would just increase the level of insolvency. It would not sink. The government by any means the education department according to some private consulting work that they contract it out understand what the potential losses are on their student loans found. According to a report by the wall street journal that losses on the one point three seven dollars of student loans outstanding at the time this report was compiled would equal four hundred and thirty five billion dollars. Only nine hundred and thirty five billion would be paid back and that didn't include about one hundred fifty tonnes originated by private lenders that are guaranteed by the government each year. The government lends a hundred billion dollars to students to cover tuition to more than six thousand. Colleges and universities doesn't look at credit scores or the field of study or whether students will make enough after graduating to cover the debt. The wall street journal article reported that between two thousand five in two thousand sixteen four intent student loans. Most of them federal went went to borrowers with credit scores below the subprime threshold. That's assuming they actually had a credit score. Which at the time. That i took out my first student loan which i'll talk about a little later in this episode. I didn't have a credit score. Nor frankly i know what i was doing. But here's the thing. The consultants found out that a major driver of those losses were students. Who went on some type of income driven repayment plan. An income share to wear they only had to pay a percentage of their income and ultimately the loan could be forgiven after a number of years. If a loan isn't paid back in full because the payments are based on income in income isn't growing and ultimately the alone is written off after twenty years or so then that will lead to a loss in addition that study found that there are millions of other borrowers that would default on smaller amounts typically less than ten thousand dollars after the drop out of a community college or a for profit college one of the comments in this wall street journal article on the private consultants conclusion regarding the potential losses. For the us government. Student loan program is that taxpayers would be on the hook for this if the government off four hundred and forty billion dollars of student loans. Us government would receive less interest income and principal payments annually interest if we assume a five percent interest rate on one and a half trillion dollars of student. Loans is is only about eighty five billion dollars. now. I say only because total. Us government revenue is three point four trillion dollars. Interest income from student loans is only about two and a half percent expenditures in fiscal year. Twenty twenty six and a half trillion dollars. The deficit was three point. One trillion fourteen point seven percent of economic output or gdp nominal gdp and fiscal year. Two thousand twenty was twenty one point two trillion dollars. This deficit was fourteen point seven percent of that number the highest since the great financial crisis where the deficit was nine point. Eight percent the highest deficit ever was in nineteen forty three at twenty nine point six percent of gdp. The us ran three point. One trillion deficit in twenty twenty and the federal reserve increased the amount of treasuries on their balance sheet essentially funding that deficit. Two point two trillion dollars is the additional treasury bonds that the federal reserve bought so two point two trillion of the three point one trillion dollar deficit. These student loans are tiny percent of what the government is spending much of which the federal reserve financed indirectly. Veterans are didn't just give the money to the treasury. they went through the county mechanism of buying treasury bonds. But that's what happened. The federal reserve created the money out of thin air to purchase treasury bonds to plug the deficit now when i started hearing about forgiving student. Loans cancelling them. My impression was the student loan. Burden is as high as it's ever been. That students are struggling tremendously compared to when i took out student loans in the late eighties and early nineties. What i found was the average student loan and again this is based on data from marc canter wits. This is just the average student loan balance for graduates with bachelor's degree when they leave school in one thousand nine hundred nineteen ninety-three. It was ninety three hundred dollars. Forty six percent of students had student loan debt. That's about how much i had little over ten thousand dollars in student loans. When i left graduate school today. The average student loan balance is twenty nine thousand nine hundred dollars just for students. With bachelor's degrees sixty nine percent of graduating students have student loan balances. That amount going from ninety three hundred to twenty nine thousand. Nine hundred was a four point. Six percent annual increase. Now that's a burden no doubt and if it growing at four point six percent it's growing faster than inflation yet if i look at what students are making when they graduate in nineteen ninety-three or year after they graduated so in nineteen ninety-four an engineer. Starting salary was thirty thousand. Nine hundred dollars. A humanities graduate was making twenty one thousand three hundred dollars so if we compare that salary to the amount of their debt engineer made three point three times. The amount of student loan debt they had and the humanities major may two point three times the amount of student loan debt they have if we look at what engineers typically make coming out of university. Today it's close to seventy thousand dollars or about two point three times the amount of their student debt back in one thousand nine hundred. They made three point three times the amount that they owed now. It's two point three times so they own more relative to their salary but the interest rates are lower now. So they're able to handle that. But it's not this huge change that i had expected for the humanities graduate. They went from earning two point. Three times Student loan balance to one point eight times now. Part of that is pell. Grants which are grants given to low income students to essentially pay for school. I got a lot of pell grants when i went to school. That program has only grown about three point nine percent per year the maximum payout amount per student so it has not grown as fast as student debt levels. Now we can say well may be. College graduates are able to find jobs. The unemployment rate for recent graduates was five point one percent in nineteen ninety-two it was three point. Nine percent before the pandemic hit in february twenty twenty and so a greater percentage of recent graduates had jobs in early. Twenty twenty then back in nineteen ninety-two now. The unemployment rate at least in september was nine point one percent according to some data from the new york fed which suggests that yeah Graduates are struggling to get jobs. It is harder today than it was in nineteen ninety two but not that much difficult. And i don't recall calls to cancel student. Loan debt back in the early to the mid ninety s

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Should I Take a Job I'm Not Passionate About?

Ramsey Call of the Day

02:58 min | 7 months ago

Should I Take a Job I'm Not Passionate About?

"Eric is with in tucson arizona. Higher power you dave. Thanks for taking my call. I greatly appreciate it sure. What's up my wife. Rena hey hey here's the scenario. We moved to tucson a year ago. We both left our jobs for me to take a position here in college. Athletics and my wife accepted a position with a nonprofit christian organization as a local ministry missionary with a two year commitment here in tucson And here we are a year. Later position was eliminated dakota and we are left with paying off seventy four thousand nine hundred dollars in student loans. We had a hundred and fifteen thousand a year and a half ago and because of our two year commitment here in tucson. I'm unable to pursue my passion in college athletics of this time so my question is in order to pay off these student loans. Do i risk looking for a job. That i may not be passionate about that as well or do i pursue a job that i'm more passionate about. That may not pay as well. How about how about picking an option. That doesn't suck. Yeah one that pays well that you're passionate about. Why is that off the table. it's not good. Yeah you've got yourself in a corner man. You dreamed all this upper. It's all going bad for you. I don't know why. I think one of the dilemmas here. I've committed two years in tucson and if arab wants to continue working in college athletics. I mean really. That's not an option at the time and so that's the only way. There's not a lot of going on in college athletics. have you noticed. There's nobody in the stands right. All of them's budgets are blown up with an atomic bomb. So i don't know how how you or causing him to not be able to do that. I think the pandemic is causing him to not be able to do that. So you need to figure out what about college athletics that you're passionate about and find different ways to do that until college. Athletics can come back. Oh and by the way during that time two years could run out now. Let's let's play pretend on just one other thing and then i got to get john on this E- eric your your wife's name. What again brianna. Okay brannagh you said you gave a two year commitment as a missionary it so let me just tell ya. As far as i'm concerned as a christian you're released from that commitment if your husband has to move because your family has to eat right you go to those you go to your supervisor and say hey here's not able to fulfill this missionaries voluntary organization. It's a nonprofit situation. And so you know you're making twelve twelve cents a minute or something and he gets a chance to you. Get a chance to make a living in the city. But i don't think that's really an option anyway. I think he's going to be doing something completely different. Don't box yourself up into this binary choice. Don't be choices living. But you don't have enough options that's

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Podcast listeners 39% more likely to drive a hybrid

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02:20 min | 1 year ago

Podcast listeners 39% more likely to drive a hybrid

"Co Friendly podcast listeners thirteen nine percent, more likely to be hybrid tribe, US kind where three hundred two billion dollar opportunity for the US auto market, says Nielsen highlighting that ten and a half million podcast listeners was shopping for a new car at the height of the pandemic restrictions in the US. And exclusive APP. Company Maple Media. Which purchased PODCAST APP PLAYER FM on April the thirtieth has bought another android podcast APP podcast. PODCAST has had more than half a million downloads player fan more than five million. We're told a formal announcement is to be made in the coming weeks. Megaphone will now offer attribution standard for ads books through the megaphone targeted marketplace, following an agreement with Hod sites. taught joined a media analyst for Bernstein has decided. It's unlikely spotify will generate much earnings from podcasts and has downgraded his rating on the stock. It's not the first time. He's taught spotify down this year and he's been wrong in the past. Has Launched the third edition the Audience Awards which is open to Spanish speaking podcasts we to the rules, and if you are eligible podcast, Buf- until July twenty six to enter your show. At world says it's the world's largest online advertising advantage scheduled for November the second to the fourth with over fifteen tracks including one on podcasting this year you can get an early bird pass now for just thirty nine dollars, apparently, the final price, two, hundred, nine, thousand nine hundred dollars. Nominations are open for the podcast awards. You can vote for anyone you like. Though you know. This podcast is in the politics and news category. Just saying you've got until July, thirty first to vote dressed to to vote to vote. ANDROID, user someone I've read Hacker News is building an open source android podcast, APP, and they right I was wondering if I can add any specific features to make it more interesting for frequent podcast business. You want to tell them we give you link in our show notes and our newsletter today and Ramsey solutions are looking to grow their team of speakers, writers and broadcasters I'm in the legacy. Stage of my career has Dave Ramsey where I now get to share my success and platform with this next generation of speakers, authors, some thought leaders and helped them be successful.

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Local Mopar Hunting

Talking Mopars

07:52 min | 1 year ago

Local Mopar Hunting

"This week's project car of the week is the nineteen. Sixty-nine Plymouth Road Runner. That was posted on the mope one hundred facebook page on. March twenty fifth at three PM. Let's break down the ad but first let me say that this is another example of a seller who did a piss poor job of creating the ad and being detailed and I'm GonNa read it exactly how it's written starting with the title and then getting into the description so let's check it out. Nineteen sixty nine road runner number matching four-speed thirteen thousand nine hundred dollars nineteen. Sixty-nine number matching four-speed Roadrunner Real K. Two car this car is very complete project call of interested thanks. Title Status is clean and this is one of those ads where. I'm like come on man. Can't you throw a little bit more information? Let me know some of the cars history you know. How long have you had it? Why are you getting rid of it? Let me know a little bit more about the car. Dude I don't understand why that's so hard so the seller could have done a much better job describing the car maybe even decoding the fender tag and they also could have done a better job of taking pictures but a quick rundown of the car is that it needs both quarters and the vinyl top is peeling on both sides in the same spot with a quarter meets. The roof rocker panels on both sides need to be replaced. I can't see the trunk floor extensions. But the center of the trunk definitely needs to be replaced and they're still carpet on the inside so I cannot see the floorboards. But the pictures of the underside of the car. It looks pretty solid. It is missing the drive line and it does have looks like coil overs on the back. So that's a little bit weird. It's got an eight and three quarter rear end and it still has the looks like factory leaf springs in addition to the coil over. So that's a little curious. The underside looks pretty solid. So I'm really impressed with what I see underneath there The pictures of the door jams. The door jams don't appear to be rotted like you see on some of these cars that have been sitting for a while. Sometimes you see a lot of rotten. The door jams. But I don't see any of that. So this is pretty solid. The interior you know definitely needs work. New Door panels probably needs a headliner. Obviously new carpet Steering Wheel needs work. The shifter's laying on its side. It looks like in the picture so that needs to be hooked up but it's not too bad under hood you can see that it's missing the dip stick. It looks like and there's no oil Kapor breeders on the valve covers so it looks like the valve covers could potentially have been exposed to the elements which is not good It's got some bucket seats on the interior. I don't remember if I mentioned that It also appears to have a stripe on the back of the Trunk Lid. Much like the nineteen seventy roadrunners. That had that stripe except for it doesn't say road runner so I would definitely take that off. The rear bumper looks like it needs to be replaced right underneath the rear window. Molding it looks like it's rusting. They're a little bit at least that's what it looks like in the pictures. The car's not too bad other than needing quarters rockers. And trunk floor. It doesn't look bad. I'm curious about the rear suspension on it but overall it's pretty solid car you know. It's got the typical Mo problems you know the vinyl top problems and the quarter panel problems it has carpet on the interior. So I can't say whether or not it needs floors. But the underside of the car looks really clean compared to some of the exterior which needs some help but you know overall. It's not too bad of a car. It's a cool color. It's got the stripes on the hood you know it's thirteen thousand nine hundred. The picture of the fender tag it D- codes as a true runners are twenty three. It was born in Saint Louis Missouri and it is originally a four speed. Manual transmission has got the D twenty one code. It's also got the K. To code which is the paint code for Vitamin C. So that's cool. The Interior defender tag code. H Two ax actually says it's a black vinyl bench seat so that's interesting. It does have the veto any one options. So that's the performance hood treatment so I really like how. This car is set up vitamin C with a four speed. That's cool and the performance hood treatment. So this is a cool car but let's talk about the price. The cars thirteen thousand. Nine hundred numbers matching. It is a four speed car. It's your basic budget performance car for nineteen sixty nine which is exactly what it was meant to be. It's the right color St- the right. Look you know this thing. Brand new was pretty cool. This is the type of car where if I was alive during that time period and I saw this on the lot I would definitely be attracted to it. It's got the right color. It's definitely one of my favorite colors for a roadrunner. It's got to be twenty one performance hood treatment which always thought was cool. The car needs some work. Let's be honest. And if I bought this roadrunner first thing I would do is pull the valve covers. Nc What we're working with if the heads look pretty bad underneath there. I'd probably just yanked the engine and just tear it down. Since it is numbers matching. I do think it would be cool to take the engine out. Get A rebuilt but leave looking. Ratty you know what I mean and then drop it back in the car and get this thing running safely as I always say. Make sure it's safe to drive on the road before you get out there and get yourself or somebody else killed. Make sure your brakes work and that the suspension is good. You know you don't WanNa put anybody's life in danger especially your own. Believe it or not. There is such thing as a safe ratty muscle car and you can make this thing safe to drive and take it. This car has the potential to be a really fun rowdy muscle car so for thirteen thousand nine hundred. I'd like to see this thing around eight thousand but it is numbers matching. It is a four speed. It's the right color it's got the twenty one. I know I keep saying. Be Twenty one. I just think it's a really cool option. All right leave me alone so this car has a lot of good things going. Forward also has some questionable things. But if you wanted to cruise around in a cool rowdy mo par. This would be one that I consider pretty cool. Okay so thirteen nine. I'd like to see around eight thousand. I'd probably spend as much as ninety five. I don't know if I could justify figures for this car. You know I don't know if I could pull ten grand and by this thing but it is cool so I don't know maybe maybe I'd go as high as ten but you know that's almost four thousand office asking price. He has the selling point that it's numbers matching so I'd get underneath this thing. Make sure that transmission is matching to if all the numbers do match then maybe this would be a cool car to invest some money into you know I personally the only thing. This thing's missing is the Hammy Scott. The right color four-speed. This car is cool. I do think it deserves to be saved. Thirty-nine is at a high price. In my opinion. Maybe a little. If I had a disposable income would I pay the guy thirteen nine to take the car off his hands and save it? Absolutely but I'm Mo- par broke much like a lot of you so I would definitely try to get into the four figure range you know. I'm sure there's a lot of people say this car is only worth a thousand bucks. I definitely don't agree with that. I think it's definitely you know it's up there not not thousand in my opinion but I probably fork out ten thousand because I think the cars cool all right so that's project car of the week. A matching number sixty nine road runner four-speed car in Vitamin C. Very cool project. Somebody needs to save it. No Mo part left behind

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The January Burndown 2020

You Need a Budget

05:38 min | 1 year ago

The January Burndown 2020

"Why would we teach you four rules to help you? Stop living paycheck to paycheck. Get Out of debt and save more money. I want to talk today because we are in the new year. Talk about the something I've been doing. You went for several years now. It's called the January burned down and I would encourage you to adopt this as well. I don't yet have this totally fine tuned. It's just something Julian. I do every single year in January because we do all kinds of things in January and this is one of them that works out out really really well. The burn down is as follows. You take your budget and you burn it down. It doesn't necessarily mean that you have to do a fresh start although that's totally Eh. Fine if you do what you're really burning down. is every single assumption every single thing in your budget that you don't normally question because you're just on somewhat of a budget autopilot. Things are flowing. Everything's going just fine and you aren't really questioning anything. You're just managing your money. Managing your money is I. Don't know step one of this process Really starting to define your life priorities. Maybe we you call that step two. But maybe there's like this jed eye level. Step three where you start questioning assumptions. That even your priorities these have tried to fit into. Maybe I don't know but this is licensed to be a little bit crazy and that is where the fun starts so so in the burn down you simply take your budget top to bottom and eliminated. Grab the cash. You have only the cash you have. I don't mean actual cash cash in your budget grabbed total available across all those categories shutdown. Whining I'm shut down anything anything else. That would give you any kind of inclination toward what things should be what they should say how things should be set up. Just take that cash pile that you have and right at the top of your piece of paper if you're sharing finances obviously you will do this together and it's a lot of fun and then start start giving every dollar job and question every single job that pops immediately into your mind so for example and I know I know this will sound crazy but this is the whole point is to question everything. You're burning. Ah Down every single assumption so we might see something like. Here's our rent and it's nine thousand nine hundred dollars a month and you might say something to the effect of. Could we move in with our parents. Now I went. I went right for the jugular with that I went. I went to the crazy part art. That's on the table because you've burned it all down so should you move in with your parents now. You may be looking at a car payment or let's assume that you've paid off your your last. You pay you Oscar payment. You don't even have any debt this point but You've got car repairs a category there and you say oh. Some of the job of this pile of money should be for car repairs. And if you're a well respected rule to follow in individual you would be setting aside money for for those car repairs but the burn down question isn't how much should we set aside for car repairs. The question is do we need a car. Do we need two cars. Do we need maybe just one car. Do we need no cars and you you question everything you get to the health insurance line item and you would say. Do we need health insurance. Yes yes you do. But you've vast right and you might say we'll do. We need this health insurance. Is there some of their option that we could consider. Should we live here. Should we live in this house. Should we live in the state. Should I switch jobs. Should we do a sabbatical for a year. Should we get rid of two of the kids. Just kidding question everything. This is how much fun money I have. This is how much fun money Julie has. Should that be doubled. Tripled cut in half cut to ten percent should be eliminated completely. I've tried that before. It didn't work out that well. The January burned down. Is An opportunity for you you to question every single thing. Your money does and at the same time question. Every single thing that everyone everyone else's money is doing. That's kind of informed your opinion. So you've got your kids and lots of sports. Should we quit everything. You've got your kids in a fancy Mansi private schools. Should we take them out of that private school. You've got your kids in public schools. Should we put them in a fancy private school. It all is on the table. You just do whatever you want. Want because all you're doing is talking and asking yourselves really fun. Really Informative really enlightening questions. So I encourage you this January whether or the fresh start with your budget whether or not you adopt a single one of these of the ideas that come out of this exercise do the exercise you. We'll get something out of it. Something in particular and that is if you are sharing finances with a partner you will learn more about you your partner her and money if you do this exercise together so even if

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Editors Square Off On Tesla Cybertruck

Motor1.com Podcast

06:00 min | 1 year ago

Editors Square Off On Tesla Cybertruck

"Somehow in a year when we've seen the debut of a mid engined corvette hand in Electric Mustang gets tesla the manages to unveil the most controversial vehicle of the year if not the decade. If not ever I'm obviously talking about the Tesla Cyber truck which debuted last week and a circus like unveiling with sledgehammers broken glass. I bullets at an ATV. The dust has sent settled. But the controversy over the trucks designed how it was unveiled and whether or not Elon. Musk is certifiably insane. Insane continues on this week's episode Senior Editor Jeff Perez and Ice Square off on the Tesla Cyber Truck. Jeff Welcome to the show. Now let's set the stage a little I had this is my third editor head to head battle And it's also of all the first two we've done. We're also about electric vehicles as well. The first one was me versus managing editor Brandon Turkish. where he argued for the Porsche take hand and I argued good for the Tesla Model S? The second one was just last week where Chris argued against the Mustang Mach e r really just the Mustang name and I argued need for it and now here we are once again. I'm on the pro side of the equation. Arguing for the Tesla Cyber Shrek. What side are you taking i? I'm taking the Anti Cyber Truck. Take I guess not. Really the cyber truck has concept but the way everything just went went off the other night with it. Yeah I think that's an important distinction actually and I think it's one people are struggling with because obviously the trucks design is so polarizing alright so like everyone is going to have a reaction to that and I think that's okay because we we say all the time in our car reviews. That design is subjective. Beauty is subjective but but distinct from from just reacting to the design. There was the whole spectacle of the unveiling their are the preorder. There's the you know what's next. Like candice thing even reached production. There are so many questions left unanswered. Honestly this is the first head to head battle where I don't don't feel like I'm on solid ground so I'm going to try my hardest but I feel like anikin looking up at Obi Wan and him telling me not to try it because he's got the higher the ground I'm GonNa try it anyway but you you may slash my legs off with a lightsaber during this conversation. All right before we begin again. Let's tell everyone some facts about the cyber truck just so everyone knows what we're talking about This is Tesla's electric pickup truck You you can call it a concept you can call it a prototype you can. It's probably more accurately just their vision of of a truck. It has crazy design with zero curves and only only flat plains edges and points And that's because it's made out of super hard steel that forms and structural exoskeleton and the steelers so hard that it can't be stamped into complex shapes so can only be folded and used in these kind of flat flab planes or or sheets supposedly has armor level glass although we'll talk about the failed demonstration that happened during the unveiling there's a very simple spartan interior with a big screen and Tesla roadster like steering wheel. That's not actually a wheel As for the specs there's going to be three models a single motor rear wheel drive. Dual motor all wheel drive and try motor all-wheel-drive and the best specs are for the Tri Motor version that one will have five hundred miles of range. Fourteen thousand pound towing capacity thirty five hundred pound payload and zero to sixty time of two point. Nine seconds I think the most shocking SPEC that they released as the pricing this will supposedly have a base price of thirty nine thousand nine hundred dollars for the base model a single Motari wheel drive forty nine thousand nine one hundred four the middle tram dual dual motor motor all wheel drive and sixty nine thousand nine hundred four the tri motor all wheel drive and I think that's I I mean the the forty thousand dollars base prices.

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Elon Musk unveils Tesla's electric Cybertruck

First Light

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Elon Musk unveils Tesla's electric Cybertruck

"Because the CEO Yvonne must is taking on the work force had a pick up truck market with his latest electric vehicle fibre truck an electric pickup truck will be in production in twenty twenty one he says must says this pick up will cost about thirty nine thousand nine hundred dollars and up and we'll have an estimated battery range of two hundred fifty to more than five hundred miles now edging into the most profitable corner of the US auto market where buyers tend to have very fierce brand loyalty you know many pick up truck going to stick with the same brand for life choosing a truck based on what their mom or dad for over what they decide might be the toughest model Gordon a professor at the university of Michigan law school of business as a pick up buyers for their very much creatures of habit getting a loyal Ford one fifty buyers to buy a Chevy Silverado is like asking him to leave his family

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The Thinking Behind the Book 'Home Coming'

VINTAGE Podcast

09:53 min | 1 year ago

The Thinking Behind the Book 'Home Coming'

"So homecoming is such an incredible book? And it's already having an incredible impact. I really enjoyed hearing all the different things and actually I listened to the audio book. I know that a lot of our listeners. Love audiobooks listening forecast. Say The audiobook. Because they're really interesting experience to hear the voices as well Tennyson it will a- and about your the thinking behind the book when when I can concept came into your head and what it was like an his first stages of planning a few years ago I wrote a memoir about growing gluten with my Jamaican parents called bad guy at the wheel. By guys. My father's nickname his Jamaican can. He had baggy is an all of his friends equally. Funny Nicknames that define them and they adhere to whether they liked the name or not so there was one man called old shine. Who was bowled? Like me anxious was very anxious. Tidy boosters very fussy but his footwear clock had one arm longer than the other. My favorite was manacled somewhere. And when somewhere came to this country from Jamaica in one thousand nine hundred system light summer suits tropical suits the matter. The weather weather come halo storm and when I thought about writing this book ask my mom. Whatever became of somewhere and she said well he caught a cold and died within a few months and I was shocked by that straightway which she spoke to sit in very matter of fact way had an edge to it but also it was quite a funny and I remember that when asked let's grapple loosened in the sixties all? The people were really really funny. There were like in my mind. CAST members of guys and dolls the Damon Runyon and they were all of my figures. We had no television until nineteen seventy two but they were television and what. I finished that Book Burger at the wheel about six seven years ago now I was wanted to continue it and away. The beginning of homecoming was a continuation of that story story but equally there were books. I read as a young man about Caribbean people in this country especially a book by Sam Cell Phone. Call the Lonely Londoners which is a book about a man called Moses who is kind of meet and greeter. So Kirby America's Dan to Waterloo station or Paddington and greets this carbon pioneers come off the boat train and equally. They have Wonderful characters wonderful names as a character. Awesome Galahad is rather light my car somewhere and when I finished up I wanted to myself. Well what would what would become of those people from the nineteen fifties and sixties if they were still alive today and what were their stories. What was the story of their great pioneer migration to prison? And although there have been books about that I don't think anyone's really interrogated the individual stories. And what you get with this book which is kind of oral history is a kind of an accumulation of similar stories and by that accumulation. You realize there was a bigger truth because sometimes when you hear stories you think that's just a one off when you hear again again again and you realize the experiences and I wanted to to have that kind of course onus in this kind of chorus line because right the way through But also the kind of gives you some of the shape and the contours of their lives from six to the present day and the people that you you chase to feed the book is e. Say An instruction that you you kind of chose intention eaten interview more women than men. 'cause you know those stories are represented. And and also more Chinese these people than Jamaican tell us parents Jamaican and three quarters of the migrants came from the Caribbean were Jamaican. But I right now. The Jamaicans take up too much room in the culture. The make too much noise have to credit opinion on themselves and they're over represented in our culture in terms of books books films music and sometimes they're kind of eclipsed some of the other islanders so I was very keen to address that so if that into more from Guyana kits and I was interested to find out why people ended up in certain parts of the country. So if you're from Saint Kitts you end up open leads. If you're from Saint Vincent in Hiwickum if it from Trinidad you end up in North Hampton and I think we want to these areas because they they were pay people were or their friends and associates broke. Equally is very keen to complicate the story because many of us will see those photographs photographs of the wind rush generation. The wind rush people coming off that ship. Ninety forty eight and the kind of I chronic now these men in Fidora's and zoot suits behind. You ever see any women in this girls but on that ship is often said from the beginning of that story. That now was that the five hundred Jamaican men. That's not true. There are other islands on that ship and the two hundred women on the ship including a woman called Mona. Baptiste's this wonderful jazz singer so I wanted to tell this story but also I wanted to use them to complicate the stories because the women were actually much more generous with their antidotes. Does that much more prepared to interrogate the interior lives and live longer but also in all honesty but I went to interview them. They're prepared to feed me saying that being you played this game I think three hours and the men wouldn't think to feed me and I'll be the on the floor gasping for water a little bit of bread but women would feed me straight away and actually what was interesting to me. I thought began to re revisit. Some of the stories. We're kind of finishing but some of the stores were not familiar. But I heard this story again and again from these elderly people who are now in the eighty s and ninety s had remind. I was on the antiques roadshow. And that what I was hearing were these jewels or this precious antiques. That not been added it for many many years. They've been stored away in cupboards in people's minds and never had a pap form and as an dustin down and reveal them to the reading public because to me they are wonderful rich funny cide. Moving polemical sometimes Philosophical stories that. Give a real sense of the panoply of of of of carbon life in this country. Because I think sometimes sometimes we have very reduced idea about the carribean presence in all honesty. If you look in terms of the archive in film and Television News Pretty Negative and right from the word go. It was pretty negative. People talk about the hostile environment. That Theresa May introduced in two thousand twelve but in my research it was not a new venture. She was very from the very beginning. And I. It's what I was interviewing a lot of these people who are in their eighties nineties to some of the archive of this month. Lockup in the British library the BBC See San Marcos in the BBC people around Archives let the deejay Don Letts had done lots of news twenty years ago. He's archive you've but also I would to my hometown is Brighton. Went to Sussex University where the Mass Observation Archive is held old and in nineteen thirty nine mass version which is so socialist research tool wanting to discover how people live. That was the whole idea of massive station Tau to working people live. What do they do with their money? How they use this time they still go to church too? They gamble. How do they make love but not at thirty? Nine maps vision decided to do a survey about black people. What did people in this country? Think about so-called Negroes in nineteen thirty nine and it wasn't very flattering it was pretty obnoxious really And I wanted to give a sense of what this carbon people who come into because in their minds I say this is true was everybody I spoke. They were a British. I'd even my mom for the book my Mom's from Jamaica and when she was growing up making the nineteen forties she knew how to fold the union flag flag. She could site keats. Shelley Wordsworth automatic pope's by Roach. She knew them all didn't need any book to repeat this poems and she told me that when she went to the cinema the reality cinema and Kingston in one thousand nine hundred dollars at the beginning of the screening of a film people. Stand up to sing the British national anthem and at the end of the screening people. Stand up to sting the British national anthem and I interviewed amount from Guyana. Who told me that when he came to this country went to the cinema and at the end of the film he stood up and such and he was amazing Nubia standing? He was really perplexed by that. So the sense of why they felt Brigitta. So what idea of Britain coming to see if they'd had it had access to these archives from from muscles version. They might have been a bit perturbed but what was interesting also. Is that the British. Sometimes they produce these booklets which they sent out to the Caribbean to give people an idea about what to expect. So there's one booklet produced by the BBC called going to Britain question. Mark as a small pamphlet is western some idea about Codes behavior so if I was to say to nineteen forties forties as an English person and you How do you do? What did you think MSA

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"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Thousand nine hundred dollars. and then the. please. business. she seven twenty five one four three by them is bound to the morning we have nineteen thousand nine hundred dollars right after you what's the noise will kick off happy news if there's ever a time to and what's that noise it's a Friday in my opinion right after that thousand dollar Thursday when the jackpot is at an all time high when this money today nineteen thousand nine hundred dollars so you have basically twenty yeah will kick in the extra hundred right now okay if you will so we'll do so twenty thousand dollars up for grabs come on come get them money. it all reminds you without violating any policies are rules regulations go back to the banana peel one of the very first noises we ever did feeling abandoned people like I don't hear it's. ever sometimes our microphones we use when were making these noises.

"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"In that apartment and a year from now you will have a ten thousand dollar higher net worth so twenty twenty twenty twenty one twenty twenty two they expect the racial go down a little bit two point eight two point five and three point oh percent rise in prizes consecutively in twenty twenty one twenty two and twenty and what that means is if those expectations come true and you buy a house for three hundred thousand dollars now that house will be worth another thirty nine thousand dollars in four years and so that's what I mean when I do the calculation when you sell a house you're probably going to conclude that the house paid you to live there okay the home price expectations survey across the mortgage bankers association's ominous ocean Freddie Mac the national association of realtors and Fannie Mae says that we're gonna be seeing of about thirty nine thousand dollar appreciation of three hundred thousand dollar house average nationwide and that is the big reason that I am a big fan of home ownership as an investment exactly right yep also it's not just a home ownership the house you live in as an investment in some cases one I'm working with people who are thinking about making a move up by family is getting a little bit bigger living conditions of changed parents moving and maybe one of the things I ask them to think about is instead of selling the house are in right now maybe they ought to think about holding onto it and renting it and when I asked them about you know Hey what's your monthly mortgage payment and we look at what you could probably get in monthly rent chances are they can probably turn at least a small profit by renting the house in holding onto it so whether you think you might want to do that for two or three years just to build your question a little bit more ten or twenty years to pay the house off and then you've got it free and clear that's something else that I will counsel people on when they come to me and talk to me about selling the house and making a move up by it's a tremendous asset in so many ways it's just absolutely love that I think that that's an option that a lot of people don't think about that's talks time and again even if you currently own your house you can get into the next one far less than you think and therefore maybe just rent out the old house working with Ron young couple now that they'll want to move because at one set of parents probably moving in with them and we were talking about getting their household not so happens they've got enough financial where with all so they can buy another house without selling this one right and it turns out they could probably make three four five hundred dollars a month Brent will cover more than their mortgage payment and they can hire a good real estate management firm to manage the house for the same for eight to ten percent of the monthly rent which is still lays on the small profits plus that prop is gonna get bigger because anything claim depreciation that ended up all the taxes all the interest so it's probably a very very good deal and that was something I advise them to do and that's something they are now thinking about so anyway folks if you're thinking about making that first by and two hundred and fifty to three hundred thousand dollars is man that's a lot of money to me kid from South Dakota whose first automobile cost thirty six hundred and first house five fifteen thousand nine hundred dollars last year was the first time I paid more for a car that we paid for our first house but still it's a lot of money but that still is about the price for a starter home buy a starter home for three hundred thousand dollars for your net worth is probably going to be about thirty nine thousand dollars higher in four years and I would have been otherwise and your mortgage payment is probably going to be less and just not going to cost you as much as you might think to get into the house in fact I ran some numbers out for who are thinking about purchasing a new house and John what's it going to cost us to get into a house that is worth three hundred thousand dollars today if you will think you need to put down a twenty to twenty percent down payment it's going to cost you an access to sixty thousand dollars but if you go with some of the low down payment plans thank FHA for three and a half percent and maybe you get a six percent seller assist on the top of that you can probably get into that same house for about three thousand dollars so there you need again a good realtor to show you what's the best way to swing this deal.

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"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Twenty twenty twenty twenty one twenty twenty two they expect the rates to go down a little bit two point eight two point five and three point oh percent rise in prizes consecutively in twenty twenty one twenty two and twenty and what that means is if those expectations come true and you buy a house for three hundred thousand dollars now that house will be worth another thirty nine thousand dollars in four years and so that's what I mean when I do the calculation when you sell a house you're probably going to conclude that the house paid you to live there okay the home price expectations survey across the mortgage bankers association's on one of the social credit mac the national association of realtors and Fannie Mae says that we're gonna be seeing of about thirty nine thousand dollar appreciation of three hundred thousand dollar house average nationwide and that is the big reason that I am a big fan of home ownership as an investment exactly right yep also it's not just a home ownership the house you live in as an investment in some cases one I'm working with people who are thinking about making a move up by family is getting a little bit bigger living conditions have changed parents moving and maybe one of the things I ask them to think about is instead of selling the house they're in right now maybe they ought to think about holding onto it and renting it and when I asked them about you know Hey what's your monthly mortgage payment and we look at what you could probably get in monthly rent chances are they can probably turn at least a small profit by renting the house in holding onto it so what do you think you might want to do that for two or three years just to build your question a little bit more ten or twenty years to pay the house off and then you've got it free and clear that's something else that I will counsel people on when they come to me and talked to me about selling the house and making a move up by it's a tremendous asset in so many ways it's just absolutely love that I think that that's an option that a lot of people don't think about dad talks time and again even if you currently own your house you can get into the next one far less than you think and therefore maybe just rent out the old house working with Ron young couple now that they'll want to move because at one set of parents probably moving in with them and we were talking about getting their household not so happens they've got enough financial where with all so they can buy another house without selling this one right and it turns out they could probably make three four five hundred dollars a month Brent will cover more than their mortgage payment and they can hire a good real estate management firm to manage the house for the same rate to ten percent of the monthly rent which is still lays on the small profit plus that prop is gonna get bigger because anything claim depreciation that ended up all the taxes all the interest so it's probably a very very good deal and that was something I advise them to do and that's something they are now thinking about so anyway folks if you're thinking about making that first by and two hundred and fifty to three hundred thousand dollars is man that's a lot of money to me kid from South Dakota whose first automobile cost thirty six hundred and first house five fifteen thousand nine hundred dollars last year was the first time I paid more for a car that we paid for our first house but still it's a lot of money but that still is about the price for a starter home buy a starter home for three thousand dollars folks your net worth is probably going to be about thirty nine thousand dollars higher in four years and I would otherwise end your mortgage payment is probably going to be less and just not going to cost you as much as you might think to get into the house in fact I ran some numbers out for who are thinking about purchasing a new laws and John what's it going to cost us to get into a house that is worth three hundred thousand dollars Hey if you will think you need to put on a twenty ten twenty percent down payment it's going to cost you an excess of sixty thousand dollars but if you go with some of the low down payment plans thank FHA for three and a half percent and maybe you get a six percent seller assist on the top of that you can probably get into that same house for about three thousand dollars so there you need again a good realtor to show you what's the.

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"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"A new episode of that available in your fees, myself and Tony Casillas. Mentioned it there. I'm a little under the weather. So if I- ridiculous, or if I stop, I'm fighting fighting the good fight. But I wanted to put it up and discuss something that I wrote about on Tuesday. Something I think is really interesting. We're nearing the end of may. And we've already seen a lot of fifty three men roster predictions. We've even had a couple up on the site, and I always find three men roster predictions really funny and not in a mocking way. But just an interesting way because you, let's look at the two thousand nine hundred dollars. Cowboys, for example. There are not fifty three open roster spots. Right. We all agree. I mean, you know, Jason Garrett Kimball whatever he wants on t shirts, you can say whatever he wants in his speeches and his opening press conference and whatnot. But. Are not fifty three roster spots to be had. There are a large number. In fact, an overwhelming majority of roster spots that are already taken that are already locked up which leaves you with an x man roster spot. And I don't mean X men, although toss them what movie by the way, lots of good movies coming out with X men and Toy Story land Lanqing and all this stuff. We're living in some good times anyway, an ex-man roster spot determining how many Fifty-three roster spots are truly available. So I wrote something that'd be to be you can open it up if you want to follow along or check about your own time determining how many players on the roster. How many roster spots I should say are totally safe, totally locked in as of now. So with that being said, let's start. And again, if you wanna pull it up, long dot com, you'll see it there you can look at the roster. Also also just sniffles. I've been trying really hard not to and I'm really upset that I broke. But anyway at quarterback Dak Prescott. Obviously not going to where he safe, and then my second one, Mike white, and I got some flack for this, there were some people kind of wondering what my thinking was here. Here's the thought I don't have Cooper, rush as a lock because look, it's possible the Cowboys move on from Cooper, she's entering a contract year. Maybe the trade him people have floated up before Allah Jacoby were set. But my quite they drafted last year. I just cannot see them for any reason moving on from quarterback. They drafted a year ago, which is why I have my quite as one hundred percent lock..

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"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Down. Mama's boy. Jared and Katie in the morning happy early mother's day all the moms early mother's day. Yeah. And you know, maybe for mother's day you can win secret sound number to pull my gosh. Wouldn't that be the best price ever? Yes. Six thousand nine hundred dollars you go home, and you definitely be the favorite child. Yes. Question about it'd be like. Oh, really? Would you get mom? I got her six thousand nine hundred dollars. Yes. She can do whatever you want. So I'm a pace that frames really nice. That homemade card put it in the trash. Yes, flower. How Richard how some strawberries pretty good? I guess but not six thousand nine hundred dollars. All right. So all the pass gas is brand new clue by the way post last night next chance. Seven five this morning secrets number two to six thousand nine hundred dollars. It's true. Sunday, sun mother's day families from around the country. Celebrate miss the homemade breakfast by two spilling pancakes under..

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"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast

The EVRYMAN Podcast

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast

"Always can see a couple so the m-. So what you're doing? You're just at south by southwest. Yeah. Signed up a bunch of teachers. So what is that program? The math the hundred thousand nine hundred dollars. So the in the documentary, the masculine UCLA a workshop that we deal with these young men were hand them a mask asked him to write some words on the front and the back through the work that we did in the documentary, and what is grown to today. We have created this goal. Call the one hundred thousand mass challenge, and it was really about giving people teachers opportunity to with their students recognize that there's more going on than they can see DEP. And so we asked teachers we invite teachers will give him a activity guide on how to do it. And this came out of a situation where a teacher called me and said, you're activity doesn't work that was like what I didn't know what they were talking about is that we well. I tried to do that you didn't documentary. Cool. I said that was like three minutes. They only show you three minutes. We were there for an hour and a half. Right. So if you took that three minutes, it tried to do it with your students unsafe space anybody with me. What's wrong with you? Right. But I say, okay, make sure it doesn't happen. Again. I'm gonna give it away. So we've been giving it away. We've we give teachers the curriculum. We give them the cards. We want them to use it in the right way. Don't just set your kids up to be like tell me about yourself. And you don't you. Don't critics say space for them. You know, it's done really what thoughtfulness and love and care. And so we've collected so far thirty thousand masks from twelve countries. Wow. That's how about southwest we signed up seventy five new teachers and the momentum is building. I got to meet in education. You know, like educators who I look up to a minimum, Chris Emdin? Just I got to meet him. I would blown away. He knew what the hundred thousand math challenge was nice. I was blown away. I was like it's happening, man. Oh out their heels. And so I'm excited. So we we're, you know, anybody out there who works with youth educators or their parents or youth leaders or they work with other adults or they won't do it their family. We've had some parents do with their whole family recognize they didn't even know what was happening there. House. Amazing, right. They did the front of the mask is what we let the world see the back of the mask or some of these. We don't talk about don't let people see I think that we're not telling me, we master bad. I'm just saying do you have some place where you can take off the mask a little bit? Do you have somebody who could hear some of your truth? And and if you don't this begin looking because there's there are people out there. They're educators at school does wellness. Come know, there's lots of places where we can help people find support, but they got they got I recognize that they're dealing with all these things that they're not dealing with. And that's part of our work and. It's so brilliant. It's so beautiful, and we're gonna we're gonna push to to push people your way, I got couple big like big range Amal was thinking and always dreaming. So one of my dreams with every man is to create a training and a training program social emotional training program for every single or any adult who works with young people. Right. Because that's one of the things that I see is that a teacher with all the best intentions in. And maybe, you know, went to school knows how to teach knows the course work, but without the actual experience of expanding their own emotional, capacity. Then it's just to me that is that would infuse schools in educational culture with a level of safety that we can't even imagine. If you could see that spread like if what you do in your workshops, which are people doing your workshops that level of safety. If that could be the starting point and what we're doing. Every man is we we've. We've deciphered that down into a.

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KB Home Earnings: KBH Stock Surges on Q1 Earnings Beat

CNBC's Fast Money

01:36 min | 2 years ago

KB Home Earnings: KBH Stock Surges on Q1 Earnings Beat

"From home retailers to home builder's k b home higher after its earnings report. Diana. But all over that call and she joins us now live from DC dime. Bryant a bit of a mixed bag revenue in new orders down, but KB continues to grow communities, and it's now offering smaller floor plans at a lower price. Also, it outperformed in California, which is incredibly tough right now already. Katie's average selling prices down five percent to three hundred seventy thousand nine hundred dollars CEO Jeff Metzger said although the decline in net orders during the first the twenty eighteen fourth quarter impacted our first quarter housing revenues. We are encouraged by improving market conditions, which we believe should enable us to generate stronger revenues in the twenty nine hundred second half now on the analysts call he said as we look at the health of the US economy. It remains on solid footing. He also pointed to improve affordability. On prices have moderated recently and interest rates have eased back down improving affordability. Last week's announcement from the Federal Reserve signaling the likelihood of no further rate increases this year. Should also help sustain the favorable macro environment. Kaby? First quarter was December to February rates last peaked in November with the thirty year fix just over five percent. And then began falling in December. We did see a big run up in the stock at the start of this year part of that as mortgage rates drop and part of it is what's known as the hope trade. That's when investors rush into the homebuilder. Stocks ahead of the spring season. In the hopes that strong sales will boost the stock even

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"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Bill for Aaron alloy is two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. He is expected to appear in Honolulu district court Tuesday police say a lawyer assaulted the victim multiple times with a dangerous instrument causing substantial bodily injury. The victim was transported to an area hospital in serious but stable condition. Police arrested Aloi at amount of Willie address and recovered a kitchen knife and another object the lender. Foreclosing on the home of retired police chief Louis Kayla and his former deputy prosecutor wife, Catherine Kayla said the real handling the sale has a one point three million dollar cash offer and asking the court to approve the sale. Hawaii central Federal Credit Union sued for foreclosure last February claiming that the Kahlo has stopped paying off their mortgage after a federal grand jury indicted them in October two thousand seventeen on conspiracy, obstruction and Bank fraud charges. The credit union said that as a Friday, the Kahlo has one million ninety five thousand nine hundred dollars. Twenty year old man was arrested for negligent homicide drunk driving and driving without a license in connection with the Saturday morning. Traffic accident that claimed the life of a thirty two year old woman the medical examiner's office identified the victim as Brienne Lee. She had no local address police say the suspect was driving a two thousand twelve sedan on at about two AM and ran a red light at the intersection of north vineyard boulevard. Colliding with a two thousand pickup truck being driven by Lee who was not wearing a seat belt and was injected from her vehicle. Hawaii residents are not buying cars. Hawaii auto loud, look says new vehicle registrations declined four point four percent. In two thousand eighteen is the first time that sales have declined in the state in the past seven years and things will get worse before they get better. The forecast from Hawaii auto says sales are most likely going to dip in two thousand nineteen as well from the NewsRadio eight thirty K H VH new center..

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So far, tax refunds this year are smaller than in 2018

Jesus Christ Show (PRN)

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

So far, tax refunds this year are smaller than in 2018

"Eight you were filers are getting fewer dollars back from Uncle Sam the average refund on tax returns filed so far this year is down about eight percent. According to data released Friday by the IRS and in the first full week of tax filing season. Twenty-five percent. Fewer people have filed refunds refunds are averaging about one thousand nine hundred dollars at the same time last year refunds were averaging more than two thousand dollars. This is the first year the Republican led tax overhaul of two thousand seventeen is impacting returns, the average of all refunds last year was about

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"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on WTRH

"Two thousand nine hundred dollars. You could be with us. Half. Now. You know that we're actually not at shot. Joe when you're hearing this because by the time, you're hearing that that's okay, we're doing this when live in the middle of the show here in a few days later, but that doesn't mean it's not news because that's we like the site. If it's news to you. It's news to us. Wait what? We're visiting right down with Ryan Donahue from crimson tracks. Right. Thanks for letting us set up shop in your place here, man. Oh, hold on a second. What I do here up. There. We go to be better. Absolutely. It's a pleasure to have you there. There you go. I got it. Okay. It is absolutely wonderful over here chop show, and it's pleasure to be back with the against. Absolutely. We're having. Okay. No. We're not having fun. We are working like crazy. And this is no fun at all. It's awful. I always tell people the crimson trace booth is no longer all by itself because it is now part of the Smith and Wesson family, actually, another name, we call it the Smith and Wesson fabrics American outdoor brands, but we called Smith American outdoor brands. All right got acquired what roughly a year ago roughly a year. Yup. All right. You guys have been busy in that. I'm just a spic. There we go. Okay. So tell them I'll be crimson traits known as a laser company. Yup. And higher in the laser world. But when I walk into the booth here, I say Glazer cover to me, it looks like you guys have done a whole lot of other things here. Yeah. We took those little dots. And put them inside of a scope and put them inside of some sites. So we launched eleven rifle scopes and five sites. So it is quite an undertaking. But we are extremely proud of what we came out with so crimson traces now in optics company one hundred percent. So we're in the game. You have rifle scopes and have red dot sight just five full red dots. Wow. Okay. I was looking at was the one to five. A one to eight yet. One five one two eight both have my favorite radical in it. Yes, I call it the disappearing radical. So it is a really awesome first focal plane scope, we have a bright red dot. And then when you crank it past three magnification, you're milling tree comes into play. So you almost have to radicals in there you do. It's it's actually a little bit hard to explain it's at a low power. You have a ring that we're actually you dissenter, whatever it is you're shooting in this ring. It's a bright red rink. It's speed shooting. Tight segment. What I do three gun put it on the target pull the trigger. Okay. So, but then as you increase magnification, this ring grows, and grows and grows until actually hits the edges of the scope tube. And then it's gone. It's gone. And at that point you can now see the crosshairs a radical. Yes. So for longer shot you just crank it up. The bright red ring is gone. Now, you shift over to the crosshairs. It's it's ingenious how'd you guys come up with that? It's almost. Like magic it is like magic. So we worked a long time on all the radicals and lot of the folks over here, including the project managers are all shooters. Right. So we all went and decided that we needed to make some custom designed radicals, and we're really going to play with the first focal plane and do some magic tricks. So all of your scopes at this point are first focal plane scope Jess. But I think I heard yesterday the plan is you will actually enlarge that probably go to a second plane a radical at some point. Yeah. Yeah. I cannot not neither confirm or deny that to me right now. But yes, we are in the optics game now, and we do have some pretty cool stuff slated for next year. So okay. For the most part. I look at the scope lineup. It looks like. They all have a tactical look to them. So I think that's kind of the heritage of what you've done. I. Yes. Well, I say tactical tactical, and frankly competitions. Tactical competition long range p r s. You're you're a competition shooter your three I can see that. Yeah. Yeah. So that's in a lot of those the competition is in mind, but we also have a lot of hunting optics that we have right now with some simpler radicals. So we have to one to eight we have the one to eight for me for Ryan. And then we have another one to eight. That's it. And then we have another one to eight that simpler, radical non illuminated. And it's a pretty amazing maybe on a Coyote rifle. Right. You know that you're going after or a pick gun something like that? So you could use those. But we will expand more into the hunting space on the long rain side got more magnification. What are you what you'll give us an idea of a couple of them that you have there. Sure. So I'll tell you about my favorite to over there as well. So we have a three to twenty four that's an our five series. And that has our version of the Horace radical inside of their okay? So and then we have a three to eighteen which is also in their simpler, radical just more cross hair based. So those are two high end long range. What is the? I mean, there's got to be like a thinking behind the scope line where you say we make scopes that do this. Or this is good. I mean Lord knows. There are a lot of scopes in the world. There are only are so why crimson trace why does somebody need to come look at what you guys are doing. So what I always tell people is we're we're the new kid on the block. Right. So we went for really high end glass. Really high end features. We have some really cool features that I'll tell you about to. And then we we said because we're the new kid on the block we're going to drive the pricing down as low as we can possibly get it for our consumers. So the features that you are going to get our inside, the high end scopes, and you're not going to pay the higher price features. We're talking about. So we we have this really cool thing there lines that are on the side of the scope. So we call them our leveling lives. But for a kid like me who got a scope, maybe for Christmas, and I want to take it out of the box and put it on my gun. And it takes me about an hour and a half to pull out all my tools and get that thing level, right? But basically if you've ever aligned to camshaft on a car, so you have your to open rings, Ryan. It's got two lines. That are on it. Right. You lined up with the lines lock it down your within a half ammo. You got lines on the exterior of the scope when you drop it into the mounts. It's just easier to line it up and get it. That's how many times have you married. A scope? Did you put the rifle to show her? It's candidates total. Start over again. And when our engineers showed it to me, I was like. The simplest. How is nobody done this before? Really? Yeah. So, wow, really cool premium stuff that comes for people who've had a lot of scopes and screw them up. Like, we all. That's right. That's right. And the whole line is batteries for life. I don't know anybody out there who's doing that. Right. That's kind of a holdover from the whole crimson trace laser so Idi scope that has batteries in it limited radicals batteries for like you said a batteries once a year or new set of batteries once a year and no questions asked lifetime warranty on Alva, really. Yep. Okay. Well, that's cool. Also, something interesting looking right behind me on the rack here. It's a name. I'm very familiar with the fact that the Gun Talk listeners are familiar with laser light. But that's now part of the crimson trace, ma'am. It is we are very excited that we have another brand that we picked up in laser light. And I can tell you guys who are maybe not as familiar with it laser bor- sites different training aids. But Jason and myself Jason is one of the product. Managers on the rifle scopes, we're usually there were usually closed down crimson trace. So at night when when it closes, we'll take a whole bunch of the laser light objects and put them all over the office. And we'll do a little run gun inside the office. And I can just tell you have more time in your life than you need. We can occupy that. Because once you get the laser light, I walk home toys, but they're really traders. Yep. They're different games and cans jump around when you shoot them with a laser you do it inside. And I mean, we've had our grandkids five and nine up shooting these things and having a ball, but you get just any two adults. Anybody Hannam these laser gun? Are made for that. And you start shooting these various games in an hour goes by in the blink. He didn't even know it. Yeah. And you're getting triggered on. These laser trainer guns actually have good triggers, and you're actually getting real world. No kidding, good training and something cool to note that I didn't know because I've known laser light. So you do have the trainers. You do have the blue guns with the triggers in it. But they also make another product that will work on a live fire right attached to it. And you basically hold both of the buttons on the side of the laser. And what it does it's vibration sensitive. So what will happen is it sends a laser down range when you pull the trigger can use that. So when you get the firing pin or the striker goes forward. Yup. Clicks. And it fires the laser fires the laser from vibration. That's so you can use your pistol with that product, even better. Yep. So that's pretty sweet. All right. So we got scopes we have laser light. But we did not mention the red dots. What you guys? Yeah. So five red dots. There we have our twelve hundred which is for pistols. We are pistol company. So there was no way. We're putting it out without doing a pistol one, right? We've got the. Thirteen and fourteen hundred which are rated for rifles, and shotguns, those are open red dots. And then we have a closed red dot which is the one thousand and last, but not least we have a fixed three five battle site with a hybrid BTC radical. And that's something that very interesting radical. It has a triangle at the top. So from zero to one hundred yards on a five five six to three you'd be in the triangle on the tip of the triangle and then bullet drops would be two hundred three hundred five hundred. So what's the application for that? Well battle site is something that you could put on a three zero eight something that you could put on a two to three five five six it is a really cool site because of its ability to both eyes opened you can look into it. Your eyes will adjust for close range target, right? Put the triangle on it. Then if you close your eyes seems we didn't touch anything you're not you're not changing magnification, but you close one eye and now you could shoot out to the long distance. So what you're really talking about? Is you have a site. That's good from five yards to five hundred. Yes. Yes. That's sweet. Not say seriously. It's a home defence rig truck gun in case you to do something up close. But if you need to shoot up to three hundred four hundred five hundred year there, and it's rugged deaths. Part of a hundred percent. So all of the sights, and scopes we run through a battery of tests. So they are all military. Great test at time. Very good. Ryan. I appreciate it, man. I gotta keep running here. Yeah. Thank you so much a crimson, trace dot com and trace dot com or come and see me. Oh while shot Joe will be over by the time. They'll be here this Laker. So I can't come see your come. See me at ratio. I'll be there with a whole line perfect. Very good..

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"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"One thousand nine hundred dollars every Saturday after the break, we have Mark where Miller's, ma'am street. Chris gotta talk about invert. I figured we unpack that whole thing. But it's about time. I just wanted to give a give a birthday shout out to my favorite grandpa out there in Berlin, my dear friend, Darlene. Her dad, Mr Thomas turned eighty today, and he's always out there listening, and it's it's it's such a great guy. I love to see Eric in Reagan. We do everything with the two boys Darlene, and we hit the road. We do all kinds of things and erica's so much like his grandfather. And I love never had the chance to talk to Mr. Tom, Tom Thomas. He will give me a nice little joke. A little something funny. And just so happy birthday is such a blessing eighty years old. We're just in this whole thing with with with the politics in Chicago. And I was off in between our interview talking to Dr Wilson. Willie wasn't who wants to be married Chicago. And someone said to me he doesn't have a chance. I like, I'm not gonna tell somebody who left school at twelve left home at thirteen and and travel all over the place and to achieve what he achieved I'm gonna tell this, man. You don't think he has a chance to be married? You kidding me? He has more of a chance to me that anyone else because you know, he is I'm sure he's overcome lots of obstacles. And I'm sure people told him over the years, you'll never be XYZ. So I wouldn't put anything past that, man. But we talking about are you a Republican democrat, and I hear so much liberal radio in Chicago. And you happen to be black. You don't have a choice, you have to be a democrat and just watching all of this unfold and watching the again, the hatred for Trump, and as I try to remind people constantly, there's no way any of Trump's policies will penetrate, the deep blue Chicago machines shell hovering over the city in over the state twenty nine thousand nine very curious. What's what's up with Jay Pritzker? He's been kind of land. Oh, I know he's got his big inauguration party and stuff coming up listening. We're the I haven't heard much about his name in the media since he hit since he won. I don't know if they're taking over and under how long before rohnert gets out of here and takes us money to Florida. So yeah, we don't have time for that is as a Republican. I'm I'm just so thrilled that already. Rarely HOGAN lost to. Wait Randy HOGAN, lost to learn Underwood, and then Peter Roskam lost. And that's in my area. Peter Roskam is my candidate. So interesting in two thousand fifteen on Facebook reminded me something that we posted. I posted of differen- that said about him holding them accountable for vote. And now that he's gone. I guess it's okay. Don't speak ill of the dead or ill the unelected. I guess. But we knew that he wasn't consistent in his values in some of the people that lost. We kind of knew it was coming in. We should have had that conversation with that person the leadership in hey, you'll never win. But it's so interesting. Let me just clear way some stuff I'm kind of in my feelings, even though I said, no more of that song for two thousand eighteen about every I met Ron, oh, I'm going to be on your show. Peter Roskam numberous attempts talked to so many people in a staff. Yes. Yes. Yes. He will be on your show both of those gentlemen. So when I went to the border, I couldn't work and so they've had someone else. Lauren Cohn dozen phenomenal. For me. They're I tune into my show. And I hear these two men on my show. Isn't that? Interesting. One come on my show when I was hosting it soon as I'm gone here. They are trying to come on the week before the weekend before the election way too late for both of those gentlemen. And I said, isn't that about whatever? Okay, fine. Don't take it personally moving right along three one zero five nine one eighty nine hundred. Hey, we've got Monte in Chicago. Welcome to the Stephanie trestle show. Hello stephanie..

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"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

06:24 min | 3 years ago

"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"You it just. Keeps going on and on and on, about the best laptops to buy this year 'cause you're looking, at my no just right around the corner some classes here in Arizona Have already started like two weeks. Ago I we're talking about back to school laptops the best ones to buy so let's run through these really quickly and then I'm gonna. Tell you, how to. Get a comparison chart. At the very end you know you're always looking at, a MAC book I'm sorry to tell you thirteen inch two thousand eighteen MAC book pro it has the, touch bar performance boosts newer keyboard it's expensive two thousand nine hundred dollars. Crazy look at a fifteen inch twenty. Eighteen macbook pro it also has some beefed up specs thirty, nine hundred dollars if you don't. Want to spend that kind of money but you still have money around the, Dell x. p. s. thirteen is another one of our choices here at the. Kim commandos show sixteen gigs Aram and one terabyte SSD it can be yours for one thousand nine hundred dollars they also have the, x. p. s. fifteen twenty two hundred bucks as you can tell us a little bit bigger now if you are. Microsoft fan or somebody that you, know the surface pro sixteen. Gigs five twelve gigs SD SSD rather. Intel. Core processors about nineteen hundred dollars now the. Razor blade if you haven't heard of the, razor blade consider yourself lucky. Because it's expensive and it's one of. The best gaming computers around and if you want to impress the razor blade is it. It's about three thousand dollars and rounding up our. List is the HP in the Lenovo, and as I mentioned if you. Head over to commander dot. Com I always liked. To make. Things super simple for you and. That's where you're gonna find our handy dandy comparison. Chart so you can just pull up, that, chart I mean. You can read about it and of course but if, you just want to see exactly what the specifications are for each one side. By side look no further than commander dot com and offer that read button the very top. It says comparison charts you wanna stay right where you. Are just moments away from our digital life hacks that's all about how to stop Google from tracking you every single. Place you go on the web and back to the phones we go with Kirk in union, city Michigan there Kirk Welcome what's going. On Well we're gonna take a month next month and drive all the. Way across the country following US thirty in US. Fifty, their entire length oh how nice? How. Fun for you Yeah we've done similar trips. Of sixty six and such and we've learned that. It's, hard to stay on our route I've got a desert dash top GPS and all that, stuff but their destination oriented not route oriented and so I'm curious if there's some program or apper or GPS unit I can. Program. In. Route and it'll help me stay on the route. Instead of taking freeway every time I leave the route yeah You're in Winslow Arizona. You're like I actually want to be here okay I don't want to, take the freeway around it I need to stand on the corner and Winslow Arizona and have my picture digging like everybody else. Right Great statue there yes there is. It's pretty fun so you did the entire route sixty six did you go all the way Santa. Monica Yeah from. Chicago to Santa Monica wow good for you. How would I take you I'm just curious It took us. Eleven days and I really wish we have taken. Longer I was afraid of running out of? Time so. We didn't do much as we could tell what did you miss all the touristy. Things, largest? Strenuous I was just going to say that you didn't miss the big ball of. String. Okay Jaden we. Missed it. Now you need. To go back and do it one more time okay. We just, might all right here's the deal is that you know your GPS it has various settings I mean even if you turn off like shortest route, and freeways and things like that is that if you're, actually trying to stay on a particular route the best way to do it is to fire up Google maps k. and you can do this on your desktop and it's. A lot easier to do it on your, desktop than it is to do it. On your phone let me tell you, and with Google maps there's an. Option, that's called my maps if. You, go over to. My maps that's where you? Can actually stop Start like start and end points so you can say, wanna go here and I want to go there when I go there and you can also specify that this is the route that she wants to take so even if. There's an air even if Google finds any, construction along the way you still sir. Are gonna be stuck in there so, you have to pay attention right Because Google is not going to say, you know make a, left maker right and, go, around the block, and you know go through the neighborhood nor to get back on the freeway or whatever may be so you you go. To my my maps, you set up, your route and then this is kind of fun because there's various layers you can put on top and the layers allow you to do. Things like Ed the local gas, stations add favorite tourist attractions museums things of that like even, down, to add the fast food restaurants that she might pass along the way So after you do all that you're going to it's going to be saved inside your Google, Drive okay so now, you're on in the, car, and you have, your smartphone tablet we're not gonna use the GPS we're gonna use your phone or tablet Okay You can use this off line so you don't worry about having cell connection or using up your data or anything like. That You. Sign into. Your Google count go to your. Google Drive pull up my maps it loads right there you hit start and hostile Avista Hugo That sounds, interesting so this way, you can get it. All going so when are. You leaving The Thursday after after Labor Day and we'll. Be gone for a month Oh you know what, sounds like you'd better get started now Well just as I. Explained, to you how to do this in about two minutes It's it takes longer than that So it's one of those it's one of those commercials that you see for for high tech stuff where like everything is, just beautiful and it works flawlessly and then you, take it home and you're. Like it, doesn't work like that for.

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"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

08:43 min | 3 years ago

"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Our Booker reading today, from, by book adult age how to succeed as a hunter a farmers world This is the, Tom Hartman program Welcome back anything. Goes Friday Lee over on, Facebook I, guess this Facebook comment he says Verizon will add the words spam with, the question Mark to your phone caller ID to, try to announce report at. Scammers but he, it's political opponents baby reporting valid calling it numbers that causes the spam. To be attributed to campaign numbers That's interesting. Louise I was just talking about Louis and she said just, this, morning she, got two calls that we're both, labeled spam and of course she didn't answer them and you wonder you know was it really a spam or was it a, politician, calling and, if so what, side, I created a Google search you know you can you can create. A thing where Google every day, will say, oh you know it's a, search on, certain terms and. This was on global warming and I created one global warming and every day I'd get a thing from Google with six eight, ten articles the top six eight ten articles on global warming that Google had found in the news, and typically they, were like major you know New York Times financial times scientific journals things like that and I've noticed over the year or so that I've just. Been getting this one daily report from. Google that first of all, I noticed, that early on that there were that they would occasionally throw incites like, the heartland institute which is like you know the, saying that there's no such. Thing as global, warming and there's a little button you can click that says report this Slink as irrelevant right or as inappropriate so I would click that link in that story would vanish You know whenever it was the heartland institute but I've noticed over the last six. Months or so that almost all of the mainstream media reports have vanished from that particular Google search and, I'm wondering if these, big companies that that pay millions, of dollars to front groups to to scam this kind of stuff if they're reporting actual news agencies reporting actual news about global global, climate, change as spam. And thus causing it not to show up on Google searches I'm, certainly, seen, what, looks like that and then? Of course, if if they were to know, that a particular political campaign was calling from a particular number and they were to start reporting that number to Verizon t mobile AT and. T. and whatever as a scam calls or a spam or numbers then sure what the process is for, that but but then. You know that could lead to, that so anyway it's all kind of strange stuff Mark in West Hollywood California hey Mark what's on your mind today Well two things Tom I got the same Email you did with an old password and they wanted two thousand nine hundred dollars via bitcoin so for bringing that to our attention because that's something that you're definitely unnerving to, get it is and I think most most, men, at some point have, visited a porn site and. And you, know just the whole idea is like they're really making, some. Bad, pictures, in your head with language Absolutely and, then finally everything, Donald Trump says make sense if you preface it with Donald from queens you're on the air Okay yeah I suppose or, Donald from from you. Know. Don, die I was. Thinking, mafia, families. How do you, say that I guess, you know. John you're on the air yeah yeah there, you go okay thanks Yep. And. In, fact my barber yesterday I was, telling you, about my. Barber in my telling him. About the scam and he? Said you know last week, I Google stormy Daniels. And, I, ended up on. Porn, hub This me and I said no it has nothing to do with whether you're visit a porn. Site, it. It has to do with? Whether, they, have any of your passwords in and of course those passwords an emails are floating all over the place in, the in the dark web Sibila in Greer South Carolina hey Sevilla? What's. On your mind today hi Tom I was calling about the time when don's a senior was in the plane and instructing his son done, junior had, a change, a letter, or something about the Menendez ski act. Yes how to how to lie to the to the American people about the meeting, that they had with the Russians that it was. About. Adoptions which was, you know I thought but I have a traumatic brain injury I thought there was an attorney, on the plane, that when, he left that plane he he applied to be to get to leave I, have a, vague recollection, of something, like that I I do too but. I can't remember his name I don't know I can't either and I don't have, traumatic, brain injury maybe maybe you're more normal venue Thinks about memory Yeah yeah I have a vague recollection of that and maybe somebody will call in who knows the details is, or if not it's the sort of thing that I'll have to search when I when I get, off the line, I coulda sworn, someone did that, and, I thought well maybe they're already in line to talk to one of the places that are dealing with either all these different parts. Of, Don senior yeah I just I, just don't, know, but I it's it's certainly worth. Looking up Sevilla thank you. For the call it's great to. Talk to you, try in, Charlottesville. Virginia, listening. WBZ hey Troy what's on your mind Tom how're you doing Finding your While years back Way and Last hours, sunlight Very. Inspiring, really good well thank you last hours, by the way I rewrote it for the twenty first century because it was originally written. In ninety six and then we updated it in two thousand and, one or two and we just re updated it again with all up to date climate information and peak oil information, and everything else and Random House is sitting on at trying to decide when. To release it so I'm hopeful that happens soon because I, think it's a it's, a really, good you know update to that book but back to, you I, was reading conversations with, God and, it recommended your books. Then I read it Yeah I got to tell you a funny story trae the the. When when nailed our Walsh asked God in this, is in book three of conversations God by Neil when? Neil Dr Walsh asked God what books should I read to learn about the environment God. Recommended a couple of. Books and one of them was last, hours of ancient sunlight and so we issued so when I read this and I I heard about it from a friend and, then, I picked up a copy of. Conversation with God three and I was like wow and I and I read it and so we issued a press release saying God promotes, a book for the second time in two thousand. Years back two thousand years ago God promoted the Old Testament. In the New, Testament and, now God is providing the last hours of, ancient sunlight so it was. You. Know, it was. Good, for a for a smile but back to you try yeah yeah that's beautiful yeah that, was all those connected for me to the question I have. Is in your books You describe meeting with and talking to communicating were dangerous Or my sense of. Same yeah I I I don't think I ever described actually Well the Godfrey Miller and I were I'm thinking you're thinking about the time that we met. With, Andrew Young's, wife and I'm forgetting her first name Which is really a, shame because, she was just an extraordinary person and she was the head of the international year of the child. At the United, Nations and my mentor free? Mueller and I, were meeting with her in? Her office and she stepped out from an. Turned to me and, he said did you. See the, angels and, I said what are you, talking about there's, an there are angels in this room this. Woman is is is a holy woman. She's. An. You know and I didn't see it but he did. And, that's what I say in the, book so if that's what you're talking about yeah okay that's exactly what I, remember reading about him and you Well he saw yeah he. Was, an amazing guy, he really was an amazing guy and that's all in that book the prophets way he he was you know one of my very very best.

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U.S. home sales sag as prices race to record high

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

01:55 min | 3 years ago

U.S. home sales sag as prices race to record high

"On WGN, here's, Oregon Samuelson the existing home sales report from the national association of realtors today said existing home sales fell six tenths of, a percent to an annual rate of five billion three hundred eighty thousand units last month economists polled by Reuters had expected existing home sales to, gain half a percent sales rose in the northeast and the mid west but fell in the West. End, populous south. And the median house price increase five point two percent from a year ago. To an all time high of two hundred seventy six thousand nine hundred dollars in June. And the numbers on, Wall Street well pretty. Quiet the Dow is down sixteen points the and be five hundred up. A point the NASDAQ. Down twelve Point and the volatility index the CBO we. Up. A third of a. Point brain prices. Chicago, Board of trade. The September wheat gun brag creating higher it's up. To win three quarter cents a bushel September corn penny and a half and August soybeans up just a quarter of a cent a bushel Chicago Mercantile Exchange livestock futures the Tober. Lean hog contract up a. Dollar twenty, five, cents on the August lied cattle contract down twenty cents and the August feeder cattle contract down fifty seven cents one hundred, weight and that's your money on seven hundred twenty WGN WGN sports the White Sox on the road in LA tonight to take on the angels, pregame with Andy major at eight thirty first pitch from Ed farmer Darren Jackson at nine five all. Right, here on. Seven twenty WGN cubs her home still they're entertaining the Arizona Diamondbacks this evening..

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"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on My Black Friend

My Black Friend

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on My Black Friend

"As georgia auction for the gun that killed trayvon martin ended tuesday with the final bidder possibly offering to pay a hundred and thirty eight thousand nine hundred dollars for the fire this insane danny some days somebody's willing to cop one hundred forty thousand dollars because they wanted this gun so bad gun a kid the kid i don't even care if you wanna talk about it being raised if they kid was a fucking gang member i don't care if the kid came at george zimmerman like none of matter why would you drop one hundred forty thousand dollars just own a gun that killed any fucking kid would you drop one hundred forty thousand dollars on say the knife they kill i don't know higher kids dabbagh let's say they die by knife casey anthony's kid no no one hundred forty thousand dollars on that night you'd be a fucking psycho if you did we'd all agree on it but but it's okay for jobs imminent action off the gun that killed trayvon martin as fucking i'm sorry but when i'm black in sitting here and i got a kid and i'm looking at my kids is i'm black and i look in the fucking mirror danny out it's hard for me to say this race the dish it ain't racist fucking ridiculous i know what you're saying yeah that it's more so about the culture of police officer have trained to fear black people versus the people themselves but i feel like as an intelligent person you should grow up to know that not everybody is bad like if you go into that field of being a police officer i feel like you should still especially new people going to fail you should be able to make up your mind in in in in honestly view everything with i set is right but it's not these are young cups killing african americans this ain't fucking light you know share dumble fook in wake county georgia these are men.

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"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Gutters as ten thousand nine hundred dollars in asian trading this morning look there's little it has a lot of nice as as you say uh people comparing it to a movement our religion we saw a mike nerve regret speaking at a cryptocurrency conference yesterday saying this is the bubble of our lifetimes and certainly some from where we're sitting is united feels very much like what was going on in in the runup of the china stalker bubbled back in two thousand fifteen but obviously this is a lot of people out there still very very excited about this absolutely i mean it noble god's himself at the st thomas he said that this this might be this bobble essentially he he's putting more money into the technology at least that underpins bitcoin sadat's that's an interesting point as as well as relocatable though these reports in all of this scepticism more trouble uber as well neck people have reported the the third quarter net loss is widening year almost two billion dollars from just under ten billion dollars of bookings those financials came out as part of the sort of their judicial agents for the speed that's being led by softbank are we saw yesterday of course that you know that devaluation on on on that ship purchase in tenders already come down by about thirty percent it just adds to pressure on on the board there you know they've got a lot of investors who probably a looking for an exit just after they've ridden the right up so far and also the regulatory issues legal complications with the way my trial which is now being delayed for wall uh old piling up there for for the rhode island app yom kind of wondering if the dara calls for schol he doesn't well if he's not starting to think that he's bitten off more than he a few after taking over from callinig earlier this year nick thank you very much indeed.

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"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Seventy thousand nine hundred dollars in twenty months killer and how long do that and what was your range of income during that time started that uh ninety thousand and uh currently were making about 130 cool what are you guys do for a living i'm an urban planner i'ma machinists very cool good co what are you what are you work on with as a machinist i worked for the navy all okay as a contractor or on on as in the military as an in the military him were work directly for the navy gotcha this okay gotcha cool as a civilian that's what i should've asked okay good very fun what kind of does a seventy one thousand everything got so long that when we first added it up i think that we thought it was closer to nineteen or twenty but we had to keep making a new less because he kept remembering staff as dell's would come you'll so um jewelry furniture anything that somebody would say yes to giving us we felt obligated to take people nice health body know so ninety day same as cash finance it press hard there's three copies while you're signing darling and we'll just get you on a plane them yes on ninety these same as cash pay over five years of yes yeah because it's not the same as cash i got you okay so far nature jewelry what else cars at a card to pretty much any store amazon so lowe's home depot target um we have them all he asked you a full collection we had a big wall it back ache from sitting on this lumpy wallet got so they are student loan debt there was a tiny bit of student loan debt that dana had thought likely.

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"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"thousand nine hundred dollars" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Thousand nine hundred dollars added savings hey off the note i've got and defend tweet says it by making three in a quarter percent on that money and so bad that sounds like a great let so it as they straight up calculation that makes sense here's your big but the big but is that number one you do have a very low interest rate and i presume that if central even though the savings account is pretty fat right now you're intention wouldn't be to just you know receive a quarter of one percent or half of one percent for the rest of your hopefully many years as investors so you know what could you earn more than three in a quarter percent over the longer term with that money that is one question to consider and when we come back from the break i am going to actually give you another big question to consider because it's very important concept for every single retire rate so hang on the plane ride and everybody here with thinking about retirement can in retirement considering retirement hey attention because i'm about to give you a golden rule of retirement say thanks about that it's jill on monday hey you know what monies that scary not boring can be a little bit of fun we really got some from a that eight five five four one one that's our phone number our email address is asking jill at jill on money dot com will be right back.

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