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Where are the workers? Cutoff of jobless aid spurs no influx

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Where are the workers? Cutoff of jobless aid spurs no influx

"The end of the federal government supplemental unemployment benefits has not produced the influx of workers some had predicted business leaders and Republican governors insisted the supplemental payments provided a disincentive to working the three hundred dollar a week federal check on top of regular state jobless aid meant many received more in benefits than they earned at their old jobs cutting it off the argument went would bring people off the sidelines to take the millions of jobs employers have been desperate to fill but any P. analysis finds work forces in states that maintain the payment actually grew slightly more than the twenty five states that cut it off early the federal aid ended nationally September six yet America's overall work force actually shrank back month I'm Ben Thomas

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Federal Aid Saved Families During the Pandemic

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

01:27 min | 2 months ago

Federal Aid Saved Families During the Pandemic

"The money and other resources. The federal government brought to bear to keep people afloat during pandemic was in essence of vast anti-poverty program. We'll get a sense later. Today of how well the pandemic relief worked. When the us census releases twenty twenty data on poverty other indicators show the programs kept hunger at bay in many households and democrats are pushing to extend some of those programs which do have costs. Marketplace's amanda teacher has more the government provided billions of dollars in pandemic aid. Emergency unemployment benefits stimulus checks and increase supplemental nutrition assistance benefits or food stamps. Without all that care about dairy from. I focus on children's says things would have been much worse while dairy points to the advanced child tax credit deposits up to three hundred dollars a month per kid. They put cash directly in the hands of families cash. That's been going toward things like groceries or rent. Democrats want to continue the child tax benefit the treasury department says it would cost taxpayers about one hundred ten billion dollars a year. Eric york is with the tax foundation. It becomes just very expensive to make it permanent. She says that may be why. Lawmakers are only proposing to extend it through twenty twenty-five according to columbia university social policy center child poverty dropped by more than forty percent after the first child tax deposit in july. I'm amanda feature for

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A Space for Mom's to Be More Than 'Just Moms' With Mom Halo Founder, Alana Kayfetz

The Mom Room

02:55 min | 2 months ago

A Space for Mom's to Be More Than 'Just Moms' With Mom Halo Founder, Alana Kayfetz

"Halo which was previously known as moms. Te'o mom's toronto was to me like an act of desperation. When i was looking for my girls crew is looking for moms to like connect with and everywhere i went like people didn't talk to each other. It was really weird dynamic. I come from a twelve year history of a community builder. Fundraiser working nonprofit sector. Have always sort of been a gatherer of people and organizer of stuff so i was looking for my crew and i couldn't really find them so i had just moved into the neighborhood. We live now. I'm a young mom. I have my babies. Maybe five months old and i just like flew out on a local facebook page. I'm okay. I'm looking for some moms. Who wanna come over to my house to just maybe hang out at byu. Ob bring your babies. Your boobs in your bottles and bottles met lake. I was obviously like your your baby bottle. Your wine bottle. Hello whatever that was in two thousand. Sixteen that i thought was really clever. And lo and behold like nineteen random. Women's showed up to my like my matchbook cows. They're like i remember. This french canadian woman was like what's the catch. What are you trying to sell me on. Like absolutely nothing. My husband is a retired shops. Like beautiful feud we had like twelve bottles of wine. And we just. I had this aha moment of like moms. Just want to have their identity. Were their moms and also have a baby on everything. Baby baby baby all the time so. I really leaned in hard to this leg putting mom i like baby on the head wide on the lab. That's how it came. In to be. Rene then i remember that year. That was a really cool event in toronto that i really want to go to. It was like a very busy like food and beverage event. And i want to wear my white dress and i wanted to shut my baby with me and i went to go buy tickets. It was like a three hundred dollars ticket and the like. I'm sorry you can't come into nineteen event. I was like my baby is in a stroller. Like you can't bring the baby after this shit. I'm gonna create an event that looks and feels as beautiful as boozy. That's food and beverage where women can bring their baby. And that's how the first ever very mommy wine festival came to be with this like really leaning hard into finding a place where moms could come be themselves have a glass of wine and hang out with their babies fast forward years later and that's secretion of our community now which is now known as the mom halo. We pivoted hard because we realized we were serving women with our virtual digital content that we're like very much outside of the greater toronto area so very canadian following and we still sort of hit hard with i would say epa content. That's both virtual. We are in person really fun and it's not about why right. It's on about getting drunk and being fraternity girls. It's about permission right. It's about giving moms permission to say it's okay for you to be both. You can love being mom behaving mom. You can exercise five days a week. If that's your thing not my thing but if that's your thing and you wanna drink on the weekends that's your thing like just do you like whatever you is just

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US Job Openings Hit Record High

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

01:52 min | 3 months ago

US Job Openings Hit Record High

"Us has nearly eleven million job openings and yet disappointing employment numbers last week as the three hundred dollar boost. Unemployment benefits reaches its end. Welcome kyle peterson with the wall street journal. We're joined today by my colleagues w. shake columnist bill mcgurn and kim strassel on wednesday. The labor department said that american employers posted ten point nine million job openings in july That's a record number. It's the second record in a row beating out the june number which was ten point two million job openings And yet the jobs report last week for august was disappointing Labor department reported only two hundred. Thirty five thousand new jobs created in august below the consensus Forecast which was seven hundred thirty three thousand and journalists editorial last week bill calls this be biden. Jobs paradox so a bill. What do you think is is going on here. Why i think there's a bunch of factors. But i think you're right about paradox. Paradoxes people see that employers are desperate for workers and and yet You know a lot of the workers are not taking the jobs then in other words. It's not that the jobs are not available. Which frequently happens in a downturn is that there are jobs there and they're going on fulfilled one of the reasons. I'm not sure it's the only reason i do. Believe is are the unemployment benefits That had been extended that now. The federal benefits now expired You know i think anytime it just as simple law of economics that you you underwrite some behavior which is not taking work You're going to get more of it than if you don't underwrite it. I know that some of the people contest that and say the studies aren't conclusive. I think that's That's definitely a

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Unemployment Benefits Expire for Millions Without Pushback From Biden

John and Ken on Demand

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Unemployment Benefits Expire for Millions Without Pushback From Biden

"Biggish that the unemployment benefits expiring. It's huge deal. Huge deal For many the unemployment benefits were a lifeline For some the unemployment benefits were a cushion and they were nice to have. They just liked it. Seven million people across the united states are going to lose their unemployment benefits today. Starting this is the the three hundred dollars a week. The federal benefits all part of the stimulus packages that were passed last year and early this year to get us through the pandemic without economic collapse.

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Biden Marks Labor Day Delivering Sandwiches to Union Members

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Biden Marks Labor Day Delivering Sandwiches to Union Members

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the president delivers sandwiches to union members on Labor Day president Joe Biden marks Labor Day twenty twenty one really yeah the president delivered deli sandwiches to union members at an event held by the international brotherhood of electrical workers local three thirteen in new castle Delaware the president shook hands and at one point talked into a phone to a union members mother the sooner the better Labor Day marks the end of the three hundred dollar weekly supplemental unemployment benefit checks implemented due to the corona virus pandemic an estimated eight point nine million Americans are losing some or all of the benefits Mike Rossio Washington

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Two Anchors of COVID Safety Net Ending, Affecting Millions

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

Two Anchors of COVID Safety Net Ending, Affecting Millions

"Labor Day this year represents a perilous crossroads for millions of Americans his two anchors of the government's corona virus protection package end an estimated eight point nine million people are losing unemployment benefits with the three hundred dollar federal boost to weekly payments expiring a federal moratorium on evictions has already expired while other aspects of pandemic assistance including rental late and the expanded child tax credit are still widely available millions of Americans face Labor Day with the suddenly shrunken social safety net Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says Congress should extend the added jobless benefits I believe in extending it they're a good number of congressmen and senators who do not we're going to fight to trying get it president Biden believes the U. S. economy is strong enough not to be rattled but on Friday he added states have the option to extend those benefits and the federal resources from the rest can plan to do so Ben Thomas Washington

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Jobs Report Disappoints — Only 235,000 Positions Added vs. Expectations of 720,000

NBC Nightly News

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Jobs Report Disappoints — Only 235,000 Positions Added vs. Expectations of 720,000

"That highly contagious delta and having a major impact on the economy so many employers looking for workers yet. The new jobs report showing us. Us hiring falling far short of expectations in august. So what's going on. Our stephanie rule explains today disappointment and a disconnect only two hundred and thirty five thousand jobs created just a third of what was expected despite a record ten million job openings and employers desperate to find workers. There's no question. The della variant is why today's job report is stronger. I know people were looking at. I was hoping for a higher number the surging delta variant putting the brakes on months of strong job growth. That's pushed the unemployment rate to the lowest level. Since the beginning of the pandemic hiring had been driven largely by restaurants bars and hotels. But in all of this that came to a halt employers hired fewer people because consumers are going out less and people are not applying for jobs that could expose them to cove it. This is seven and a half million out of work. Americans will lose federal unemployment benefits beginning this weekend. Another three million. We'll see their weekly checks cut by three hundred dollars. It's an abrupt end to federal aid available since the start of the pandemic in new mexico. Jessica healthy has been receiving four hundred sixty nine dollars a week. It will drop to one sixty nine on without these unemployment benefits. What would that mean to you. That means that some of my bill won't get paid while many who lost benefits in the summer did not return to work. This fall with schools reopening a steady rise in wages and other pandemic relief ending. The hope is more people start working again. But some economists warn that it may take time. Most of those. Many millions of people are not going to be able to find jobs

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Edmunds: Vehicle Prices Remain High This Labor Day Weekend

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Edmunds: Vehicle Prices Remain High This Labor Day Weekend

"If you were planning to go car shopping this Labor Day weekend don't expect to see the big markdowns you would have seen in years past the pandemic is made this another far from normal year when it comes to car buying usually dealers discount their inventory to make room for next year's models but because of a shortage of computer chips new vehicle inventories about a third of what it should be and Jessica Caldwell with admins says that lack of inventory means higher prices new vehicles are averaging forty two thousand three hundred dollars that's nearly nine percent higher than last year and used cars high in demand cost about twenty seven percent more than last year averaging twenty six thousand four hundred dollars hi Jackie Quinn

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TikTok Is Making Tax Policy Cool

Reset

01:53 min | 3 months ago

TikTok Is Making Tax Policy Cool

"Dylan last month. You wrote about the tick-tock response to the child. Tax credit which are the monthly payments of up to three hundred dollars that went directly to parents in need during the pandemic. So what is it about these checks that made them so me mobile so i think The most important part of it is that the checks were not universal where nearly universal for the people being targeted. The child tax credit goes to all but the very richest parents in the country. Parents are very large group Parent mom dad focused to talk in facebook and instagram are all phenomena already and so it was very easy unifying thing and i think beyond that it all landed at the same time we not child caps. Probably your account on. You have no idea. It's it's not. As though people applied for at different times in started receiving edge of times it all rolled out on july fifteenth. And so when everyone's getting a sudden Deposit to their bank account at around the same time that makes it very easy to make content that people will relate to and dave. You see a lot of memes on tick-tock related to all kinds of big news. Events is tax policy. Usually up there as the most likely to inspire amine. It's not it's not the number one news event that might be driving different. Sort of tick-tock memes. But that's not to say that it couldn't be in this case it definitely was. I think it's really just about something any news. Event really that or government policy. That is easy enough to understand. And i would say under fifteen seconds. Don't make really good point that it was happening to a lot of people at once so the simultaneous nature of that where we also we're sort of experiencing that once really helps I think it all the way back to march twenty twenty when take talk had just a huge growth. In people that downloaded it was because the pandemic never was experiencing the same thing at once so a lot of the talks including washing post. Docs at that point. Where just all about going insane at

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U.S. Jobless Claims Fell to Pandemic Low of 348,000 Last Week

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:39 min | 3 months ago

U.S. Jobless Claims Fell to Pandemic Low of 348,000 Last Week

"'cause it's thursday it's first time jobless claims the trend to be clear over the past month or so has been really good last week. The number of people filing for unemployment benefits for the first time fell to three hundred and forty eight thousand the lowest since the middle of march a year ago and total claims in all government jobless programs is down to eleven point seven million but again from the desk of maximum peril. Mitchell tells us there is a potentially nasty shock lurking inside that number you can see. The latest jobless claims numbers as a glass half full mark hamrick at bank rate says unlike earlier in the pandemic when millions were getting laid off every week. Layoffs have not really been the overarching concern with respect to the economy but there is a big concern looming. Emergency federal pandemic benefits are about to expire says analysts go-getter at the brookings institution on labor. Day anyone who normally wouldn't qualify for their state unemployment which is quite a lot of people that were impacted by the pandemic lose their benefits. That's nearly five million people right now including anyone. Who's a gig worker. Contract worker self-employed navy worked part time and didn't earn enough to qualify another four million or so long term unemployed are getting federal benefits because they ran out of state benefits and everyone on unemployment right now gets an extra three hundred dollars a week from the feds all told that's more than six billion dollars in weekly federal benefits that vanish in two. And a half weeks.

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2021 QB Consensus Rankings: Who Takes the No 1 Spot?

Fantasy Football Overtime

02:13 min | 4 months ago

2021 QB Consensus Rankings: Who Takes the No 1 Spot?

"Jump into our consensus rank. So is what we did here for. Anybody that doesn't understand. Consensus ranking each of awesome rank our quarterbacks from one to thirty two and then we come up with the kind of the average comes up with the consensus. I did thirty three. i'd include sam darnold. Oh okay wow. I'd so our number one quarterback. God mahomes a sexy. Is patrick mahomes. Hattie mahomes no surprises. Mahomes being number one. I think he's pretty much. Everyone's consensus one going into the quarterback position this year except for you. Thanks trial a segue. I have lamar. Jackson has my number one no surprise. Probably based off the trivia. Very lamar related both because of his his rushing upside by yes. Mahomes is not a far distant to put it that way over his last year's starter he finished as qb one in two thousand eighteen. He was cube seven and two thousand nineteen and he missed two and a half games that season and then he was q. Before last year missing a game if mahomes plays all seventeen games. He's a guaranteed top five quarterback with potential. Qb one overall like we've seen in the past and unlike the next four or five guys. He doesn't offer a huge amount of rushing upside. he does offer two to three hundred dollars. but much difference than you know. You're rushing upside type quarterback yeah. He has the highest ceiling of any quarterback. And as safe of a floor is any quarterback. And i think that's a really really important combination to have. It's crazy how consistent. He's been with the fact that he isn't a huge rushing quarterback. He certainly runs more than a lot of other quarterbacks in the league but he does it through the air. He's averaged over twenty four fantasy points per game since entering the league. Which is absolutely incredible. He's got the best weapons in the. Nfl andy. reid is a phenomenal head coach. He is so safe as long as he is healthy. Yeah i agree with that. I just disagree on the part where you said. He has the highest upside. Because i don't think he does. I think lavar does just his rushing and you can project the marta have more passing yards. You can't really project. Mahomes rushmore the only argument against that. I don't think he has the highest potential. Now that we've seen what lamar can

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This Is What Happens When People Get Paid to NOT Work

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | 4 months ago

This Is What Happens When People Get Paid to NOT Work

"Bill bennett longtime Public servant author great radio host for many many years here on the salem radio network. Now he's got a terrific podcast former education secretary. He knows his stuff. He was On with jesse waters over the weekend on fox news channel and saying listen. Teachers are going to have to to buck up. And they got to go back to the classroom as i think they've gotten used to get used to the sedentary life for the vacation life. They're getting paid fulltime salaries and they will continue to get paid every hint every suggestion of a virus. Maybe even just a common cold and they're going to say maybe we ought to shut it down so randi. Weingarten has given a warning that this could be their disposition. Parents are furious. They are right to be furious. Several things to be furious about the schools fact that they're not opening as one of your bill bennett. One of the smartest guys i know. And he's saying teachers essentially have gotten used to the vacation life. They're getting paid not to work. And that of course is a is a an attribute you can apply to a whole lot of walks of life. People who are getting paid not to go to work more than they'd make if they went to their job. And that's why a lot of red states are ending the supplemental three hundred dollar a week. Unemployment check you gotta get a job. Jobs are at their jobs are plentiful according to the data the statistics.

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Chad Holloway Wins a Poker Tournament

The PokerNews Podcast

02:31 min | 4 months ago

Chad Holloway Wins a Poker Tournament

"Top story in poker over the last week is most definitely chad. Holloway winning a poker tournament. How in the world. Chad did this happen. Break down for us. We'll tell you what it started. When i learned that you might be overtaken atop the media polka rankings. That our good friend. Tim duckworth puts together. It's just a fun little website where we keep track of poker media members who play poker. I've been on top for a while but you've been playing a bit some get out there. I better put some effort in went down to the venetian actually may day. Two of the ultimate stack. It was a six hundred dollar buying it. Had i think over six hundred runners something at ground ground my way to a thirty second place. Finish nothing too special I was happy to get that far. Honestly because one of those tournaments where i was i think it was below average literally the whole tournament i didn't late registered in just ground from there but they had a three hundred dollar monster stack. That was like four levels in and so i said let me lay reg. This thing had one hundred ninety four runners and may have been a few cocktails may have went in there with the idea of playing super aggressive and just building stack and it worked to perfection in like twelve hours later at four. In the morning we ended up working a five-way deal and i was very happy to do that. Because at the final table. I was sitting okay and chips but then lost a huge one and i looked like i was going to go out in seventh place for like fifteen hundred bucks and i was down to eighty. They're not even kidding. Eighty-five thousand after this hand and the blinds rat twenty thousand forty thousand of the forty thousand anti and it was. I think i had two hands before the blind set me. Firsthand folded secondhand. I told the guy. Look i gotta go all in no matter what like. I can't wait for the big blind. Half my chips in the big blind anne so when in guy woke up with queens i had four three and ended up. Moving riverina straight up in the very next hand wasn't the big blind but they they gave me a walk a walk to take my chips back and then from there within twenty minutes i went from eighty five thousand two over two million in lead the jury And i bust the two people in between down to five and it was at that point. It's like all right. Let's let's work a delay. 'cause it's kinda flippy i know easily it can come and go and so is able to to lock up sixty six hundred bucks or something like that so and i got the coin. The venetia coin in tournament pluto quote unquote. Victory for for the job

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Larry Elder Criticizes Gavin Newsom's Policies and Spending

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:32 min | 4 months ago

Larry Elder Criticizes Gavin Newsom's Policies and Spending

"Seems like he's he's worried it seems like nine c. pelosi's neff new gruesome use is wide because every week he's coming up with with another plot to buy off voters correct. Larry that's correct even the outgoing governor. Jerry brown criticised spending with this governor has just done. Is he giving people a whole year. Risk-free free on top of the three hundred dollars that you get up until at least september and this is why california jobs are recovered only to the extent of fifty percent as opposed to two-thirds and the rest of the country. I have a lot of friends who operate small businesses while great restaurants. They cannot find people to work a group of economists from bank of america. they weren't trumpers all said anybody making about thirty two thousand dollars a year or less is better off. Not were working and this is what they've done and again. What gavin do some has done is that he is forced all these businesses to shut up. You may not know. This ran a small business. I practiced law for a while. But i ran a small business. Fourteen years. it was successful. I sold it relocated to california. The business kept want most businesses that are small ceo. Those that succeed are often just despair payroll the payroll. How many dreams that each. How many how many lives he dash you put your hopes and dreams in the business and they were all gone because at this guy and people are furious. And i want to remind people. There's a direct connection between the crime and the homelessness and the cost of living and this man and the policy that have been pushed by the super majorities of democrats in the lower and upper chambers of the legislature. Here in california.

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Grow Your Podcast With Ads in Overcast and Podcast Addict

Podcasting Q&A

02:00 min | 4 months ago

Grow Your Podcast With Ads in Overcast and Podcast Addict

"Your podcast is one of the most important things that you can do. Grow your show and get you more subscribers. after all. it doesn't matter. How amazing your content is if no one knows about. It paid ads on social media like facebook. Instagram and google come to mind for a lot of podcasters but they're not always the most ideal way of getting the word out about your show. I personally run a few ads on facebook. And i got a lot of clicks but it was really hard to see how many subscribers got and at the end of the day. That's what you want to know when you're paying for advertisements. How many people are now subscribed to the show. that's what makes apps like overcast. Cast box pod being in a whole lot more way more ideal they allow you to promote your show to people who already listening to podcasts. But there are some best practices that you should know before starting first and foremost set a budget and sporting to have this in mind. When you're seeking out these different podcasts platforms to run paid ed's platforms like overcast and podcast addict. Offer self-service style ad placements. That reigned from three hundred dollars to about a thousand dollars depending on the category. Select but if you've got a bigger budget you might look into pocket cast or cast's box which runs shorter ads. That only run for about a week and range about two thousand dollars but guaranteed that your podcast gets a front of a whole lot more people secondly set realistic expectations paying for paid advertisements on these podcast. Platforms is not an overnight. Success thing you might have to experiment a few times you might have to change the copy provide or the category that advertise on or the creative and a whole lot more. You might even have to try different. Podcasts apps you gotta really think about this. As a long-term strategy and investment that will take both time and money and at the time of this recording actually running to paid advertisements myself one and overcast and one on podcast addict. Both of them have about a week before they end. But i've already seen forty new subscribers. And when you consider that the average podcast gets about twenty eight downloads per episode. It really puts things into perspective

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Jobless Claims Hit New Pandemic Low

WSJ What's News

00:19 sec | 4 months ago

Jobless Claims Hit New Pandemic Low

"Jobless claims continue to fall and hit a new pandemic low last week. The labor department says new applications for unemployment benefits declined to three hundred sixty thousand unemployment payments. Made through regular state. Programs also declined. Nearly half of states have said they'll end expanded benefits of three hundred dollars a week before they end. Nationwide in september

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Money in the Bank: Child Tax Credit Dollars Head to Parents

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Money in the Bank: Child Tax Credit Dollars Head to Parents

"The federal government is starting to deposit child tax credit money into the accounts of more than thirty five million families today president Biden expanded the credit for one year as part of his corona virus relief package passed in March some fifteen million households will now receive the full credit the monthly payments amount to three hundred dollars for each child five and younger in two hundred and fifty dollars for those between five and seventeen the payments are set to lapse after a year but the president is pushing to extend them through at least twenty twenty five and ultimately would like to make them permanent he says it would cut child poverty in half and help economic growth Republican opponents like senator Marco Rubio criticized the plan saying families can qualify for the payment regardless of whether the parents have a job Ben Thomas Washington

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"three hundred dollar" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred dollar" Discussed on KCRW

"Was over three hundred dollars quest should stop pushing these unnecessary tests to doctors with incomplete information that only serves to increase their profits and drive up national healthcare costs insurance companies should stop paying for these tests until they can be proven to be relevant to patient care and doctors will come mine don't take quest word for what lab tests we should order anymore than you would take the word of the drug company to tell you to use their drug do your own online research and look for objective critical appraisals of the research this is doctor Michael Wilkes with a second opinion a second opinion with doctor Michael Wilkes airs Sundays at six thirty five AM eight thirty five AM and can be streamed and podcast at Casey are W. dot com KCRW sponsors include a twenty four presenting uncut jams directed by the saftey brothers and starring Adam Sandler now with sixty one nominations including Best Picture Best Director and best male lead from the critics choice awards Gotham awards in spirit awards now playing support comes from lack month where friends and families are invited to gather for lights music and a holiday menu in the heated and covered outdoor lounge overlooking the famous urban like sculpture celebrate the season with the day of art and activities including daily DJ sets complementary art making workshops and popular exhibitions like Fiji art and life in the Pacific and the mid career survey of Julie merit to the lights are on at last month info at last month dot O. RG it's six thirty nine you're listening to weekend edition on KCRW news headlines coming up next.

"three hundred dollar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred dollar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Right but here's the catch hello from about it yeah like somebody might take a shot and look you up and say what the heck are higher limits blooming right now I'm in a bad one job. Google review your fitness like you'll be with me and we got a problem or get your to get a problem here let me let me do let me get out of the state here let me figure this out for you I know I can't I can't fix anything and I never want to and I never will I have I'm clueless about Sameer act I know how to jiggle the switch it on and take that everything off and make sure the thing is booked on there the commode okay stopped up I. a charge for that three hundred dollars dollars eight hundred dollars the guy that wrote readers don't is not only about that so the state of Texas is. Obaid about whether or not to be regulated and I don't know how I feel about this because it's let's be honest it's hard to get over that hump if you're the average citizen I I if you charge what you can let me say this departure you charge what you can't you charge what the market will bear but I have to admit I think everyone of us feels kind of the same when you walk out after five minutes I'm always wondering is that a good deal or not well he's he or she is such an expert but I just got a pay I've got a pay I think the proof as they say is in the pudding if your problem be it a clogged drain be it be at a clogged toilet whatever if it's fixed it's fixed but I am amazed that they're going to let this go through and not have any type of unregulated plumbers..

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"three hundred dollar" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred dollar" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Get three hundred dollars in gift cards Ashley home store where America buys Tempur Pedic car radio real time traffic and Tracy Taylor. there's a car seven pinpoint weather forecast if you enjoy the warm weather we have a few more days with some nice summer like conditions before rain and cooler temperatures had our way starting Sunday but for tonight and for Friday morning temperatures starting off in the fifties mainly dry tomorrow afternoon some sunshine highs in the seventies to near eighty I'm Cairo seven chief meteorologist Morgan Paul exporter partly cloudy seventy seven downtown Seattle I Frank shares subscribe to us wherever you get your podcasts radio ninety seven three FM news and talk powered by the Pacific Northwest you get. choose your news. sure you have four fifty if you missed the winning she's our news stories by downloading the cabaret just like the candy Mike and Todd show. there's three of us there. to celebrate the last winter's Todd do you have your name him were in order would you like to go first I shall Katie thank you for asking me so you heard the news sad news about people being injured and some people dying due to vaping there's a survey that suggests it over two million middle school kids high school students in the U. S. are you team we vaping spent ten percent of kids it's not a small number if that number holds true they're not always going to come DO and say mom.

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"three hundred dollar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred dollar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"That are homeless on news radio K. O. B. J. Jeff warden women I don't know what would be the worst nightmare ed pretending to know plumbing unknown Jeff Brittany no plumbing can't wait Texas farmers group calls for a special thank them from going unregulated ed Clements plumbing I get a truck and everything maybe fix it got all that ma'am right but here's the catch got a note from about it yeah like somebody might take a shot and look you up and say what the heck are higher it limits blooming right now I'm in a bad one job Google review your fitness like you'll be with me and we got a problem or get your to get a problem here let me let me do let me get out of the sink here let me figure this out for you I know I can't I can't fix anything and I never want to and I never will I have I'm clueless about Sameer act I know how to jiggle the switch it on and take that everything off and make sure the thing is booked on there the commode okay stopped up I a charge for that three hundred dollars dollars eight hundred dollars the guy that wrote readers don't is not only about that so the state of Texas is the debate about whether or not to be regulated and I don't know how I feel about this because it's let's be honest it's hard to get over that hump if you're the average citizen I I if you charge what you can let me say this departure you charge what you can't you charge what the market will bear but I have to admit I think everyone of us feels kind of the same when you walk out after five minutes I'm always wondering is that a good deal or not well he's he or she is such an expert but I just gotta pay I've got a pay I think the proof as they say is in the pudding if your problem be it a clogged drain be it be at a clogged toilet whatever if it's fixed it's fixed but I am amazed that they're gonna let this go through and not have any type of unregulated plumbers seven on newsradio kale BJ five ninety AM and ninety nine point seven FM the tide in done show Rebecca in north Austin what's on your mind I just wanted you to know that make the most amazing the less chance kale salad don't call here line in this show sister I would bring it to your office and by golly you would be.

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"three hundred dollar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred dollar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Affiliates discounts available in all states or situations Jeff warden women I don't know what would be a worst nightmare ed pretending to know plumbing unknown Jeff Brittany no plumbing can't wait Texas farmers group calls for a special thank them from going unregulated ed Clements plumbing I get a truck and everything maybe fix it got all that ma'am right but here's the catch got a note from about it yeah like somebody might take a shot and look you up and say what the heck are higher it limits blooming right now I'm in a bad one job Google review if you're finished just like you'll be with me and we got a problem or get your to get a problem here let me let me do let me get out of the sink here let me figure this out for you I know I can't I can't fix anything and I never want to and I never will I have I'm clueless about same here I can I know how to jiggle the switch it on and take that everything off and make sure the thing is booked on there the commode okay stopped up I a charge for that three hundred dollars dollars eight hundred dollars the guy that wrote readers don't is not only about that so the state of Texas is Obaid about whether or not to be regulated and I don't know how I feel about this because it's let's be honest it's hard to get over that hump if you're the average citizen I I if you charge what you can let me say this departure you charge what you can't you charge what the market will bear but I have to admit I think everyone of us feels kind of the same when you walk out after five minutes I'm always wondering is that a good deal or not well he's he or she is such an expert that I just gotta pay I've got a pay I think the proof as they say is in the pudding if your problem be it a clogged drain be it be at a clogged toilet whatever if it's fixed it's fixed but I am amazed that they're gonna let this go through and not have any type of unregulated plumbers seven on newsradio kale BJ five ninety AM and ninety nine point seven FM what about your life like member customer and you never hear from them that's good excellent don't worry.

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"three hundred dollar" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred dollar" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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"three hundred dollar" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred dollar" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

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"three hundred dollar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred dollar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Now, wait a minute. It's not the most sleek and stylish okay, it looks pretty. Countertop, it does. It's a black box, though. I would call it. Stealth, I would call it stealth to, you would not know what it is. If you glanced upon it as a passer by or guest in the house, but I have to tell you, I have a three hundred dollar Bresso coffeemaker. Okay. Yes. And this. Ox box office coffee box makes hotter, better coffee than mine, Espresso, and it costs less, and I get a beautiful Cup of coffee here you go. Yeah. So I love it. I love it. If Doug doesn't wanna use cat, litter and cola, if he doesn't want to use cat. Litter cola dog, you might want to try mirada acid. Now, the reason that we talk about the cola beverages, because it has fuss fork acid, and it's very, very, very mild concentrate, and it's great for little oil spills. But if you have really tough oil and grease spill, you really want to turn your attic acid Cas that's gonna do the trick and you want to start off with a five or ten percent solution at the most five percent of neurotic acid, always add acid to water. Never add the water to the acid, if you put the acid in the bottom of the barrel, and add water, the acid will explode and splatter and possibly blind. You burn your skin. However, it's very safe to do it the way, I recommended member, the three as of chemistry. Always add acid. Okay. And when you're doing that make sure that you have I protection, plenty of annhilation long sleeves long pants rubber boots and safety. I and you need an old throw away mop, and you dipped them up or a nylon bristle brush, and you dip that into your bucket, and you apply a little of the liquid to the spot. And then scrub scrub scrub allow the liquid to fit on the grease stain for five or ten minutes to let it start to loosen agrees up, and then scrub, and you may have to do several applications. If several applications, don't do it, you can always increase the percentage of the Muir attic acid. In your solution by adding another amount equal to the previous amount each time until you get it to work the way you want it, Doug. We're glad you. Call always great to hear from me. We. Hope that helps you and that leaves Doug's line open the number eight hundred seven three seven two four seven four, by the way, I'm drinking a Cup of coffee from the coffee box from our coffee bucks. Right to the phones we go. Let's talk to Dan. Hey, yo, Dan. Hi. How you doing? I'm doing great guys. Thanks for taking my call. You bet. Got a question for you about closed cell foam. I recently purchased a house up in Camino with a beautiful shop, but it's very voluminous about twelve hundred square feet with twelve foot wall height on the sidewalls an open trust system on a ceiling and above that is to by twelve framing. That is not insulated with the roof deck, and then a corrugated metal roof and I wonder what you think of PLO cell phone directly against that roof deck. Oh, I love it. I love it. I do too. As a matter of fact, I have to tell you, we've seen it, displayed in some of the I guess you would call them the not model homes. But the feature homes at the international builders show kitchen bath industry show. You know, they build these homes and avail show, new and innovative finishes and building technology and the closed cell foam, the underside of the roof sheathing is becoming increasingly popular. Now recently, I had the opportunity to crawl into an attic in our area to chat with some folks about some remodeling, that they wanted to do, and I have to tell you, Dan, it was the cleanest, neatest most comfortable attic, I have ever been in no insulation at the ceiling. None of the filth that goes along with that with rodents, and so on, and you looked up and there's the closed cell foam at the underside of. Of the roof, sheathing and gray in it. Looks great. And it's not gonna fall out ever. I wanted to go and kind of hang out in the attic. The other thing is it's great for walls, also. But I just want to warn you that nothing will escape the roof so you will want to make sure that you have some sort of roof ventilation. You know what are those wurley birds? What do they call the hurting turban turbans? Yeah. Turbans, you might wanna place. Let's see twelve hundred square feet how long has your building about sixty five feet or something like that? It's about thirty to forty and it's entirely open up to the scene. Right. Right. Right. Right. So you have skylights that I can open up. Oh, wonderful. Okay. All right. You don't plan to put a ceiling there. You're going to leave it the. At one by pine all along those two by twelve once I get that closed cell foam right in your living way, too. Well, you're living. Wait you good? You want to adopt to any family. What are you doing in that building, Dan? Woodworking. Oh. Wonderful kinds of furniture for my grandkids and kids once. I retire. That's great. And it's good for you. How nice of you to Paul? Yeah, that's great. That's great. Well, listen. Thanks so much for being a part of the program, and as always, you know, how to get a hold of us appreciate it. Thank you all the best. And that leaves Dan's line, open the number eight hundred seven three seven two four seven four. So how do you know if your deck is healed properly? Well, you don't want a you know, you don't want water to perfectly bead on the surface because that indicates that the finish that you have has a lot of wax and wax will evaporate rapidly. And it's a false sense of security. So what you want to see is a little beating for about up to two minutes. And then after. After two minutes, whatever beating you want experienced should be gone, and essentially, the water will be absorbed into the would if you get a product that contains a lot of wax, you'll get the beating. But it'll be very expensive. You'll have to apply it often because it evaporates very rapidly. And it does not allow the finish to get into the wood pores, which is what you want to prevent the cracking, and Changqing wack waxes, not viscous enough to make it into the pores of the would what you want when you finish your deck is something that will move into the fibers and displace water and the greatest thing that you could use linseed oil, linseed oil, boiled linseed oil now, that's too viscous, as well. So boy, linseed oil has to be thinned, and you would use. Turpentine to thin it or payroll and mineral, I'm sorry, mineral spirits, and that will thin it and fifty fifty solution the mineral spirits will soak into the wood. And when they do with the oil when they do water won't be able to make it into the would. All right. We come back. We're gonna talk a little bit about how to select finishes for a deck or porch. What the choices are, and what you should consider a little bit about the birds and the bees versus solar.

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"three hundred dollar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred dollar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hear on the radio station of a three hundred dollar gift card part of that you said it's for dinner. What if I want to get a slice of pizza and then spend the rest of the three hundred dollars on stuff. I think that that would be fine because it's just a three hundred dollar gift cards. So you can use it. However, you want to do that good that I can't use it at all. Because I'm not this is true and mom and dad, I'm sorry. You're not either as members of my family. However, all of you who are not related to people at WNYC closely can enter and three of you will win this night out. Tickets to Hamilton central orchestra seats. No, less and stay at the puck remote, Ian, Harte coach and this three hundred dollars gift card for the fanciest meal that you've had all year or a speech in a lot of stuff eight, but it should be a really good slice of pizza. But that's another conversation. You got a place in the theater district. Eight eight eight three seven six WNYC eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two or online at WNYC dot org. And I'll just remind you that already in the home stretch of the short membership drive. It's going to end on Friday. This might be not only the last time you hear us mention the contest which closes at noon. But the last time you hear us mention the membership drive at all because this is one of our -cational compressed membership drives they call it all the money in half the time and usually the spring membership drive last around nine days the show. Version is more like four and a half. And this is a leap of faith. Right. This is just our estimate, and our hope that most of you know, what a public radio membership drive is. And we don't have to repeat it over and over again for nine days for you to decide if you wanna be a WNYC member. So if you listen on a really regular basis, then you know, if that's you, and since this isn't commercial radio, this is an offer profit member ship organization, we hope those of you who will become members or renew for another gear can make that choice in just these few days rather than a lot of days. And if it works this time, we can do it again in the future and keep future. Jives short all the money in half the time. So thank you. We asked you to become members. If you listen a lot and the way you do is just to go to our website WNYC dot org or call eight eight eight three seven six WNYC eight..

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"three hundred dollar" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred dollar" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Thirty three hundred dollars or single glove for sixteen hundred just think about what this could have meant for your air guitar glory days. Maybe it's time that you got the band back together arise crazy to think. How fast the drone businesses taken off over the past few years, and they can't be intrusive. Maybe your neighbors flying went over your backyard. That's not crazy dangerous, but they can be dangerous. I don't know if you remember the scare in the UK when a couple of flying their drones set off panic over the airports couple of Canada company, Canada, rather called area, Lexus creating a drone. Men to immediately stop another drone, that's considered a threat. Think of it as half drone half missile that seeks out in Rams other drugs just like a kamikaze it's called the drone bullet. And it goes after another drone at hit speeds of about two hundred miles per hour. But it still can maneuver like a regular tro doesn't have any ammo got a camera and other Bilton tech Delvin pinpoint the target even calculate the direction it should attack from looking for a weak spot. That'll bring it down. It has just enough punches in the drone strike to the ground military law enforcement or replacing orders for the drawn bullet. But sorry for one else knew won't be able to buy one right now. Imagine you're driving just a little too fast. And yes, you see those flashing lights who coming up behind you you pull over to the side. You turn off the engine wait for the officer to walk up to your window. But instead of an officer you see a robotic arm that's rolling towards your window. Instead what yet thrill created by robotics engineer by the name of Ruben viewer who built one in his garage. But now it's a full on project at the company where he works SRI international, and he wants to believe to buy into the idea is to make traffic stops safer for officers and drivers and you're going to save lives. Now, if you are a Kim's club subscriber, by the way, for the lowest price ever, you can sign up right now, you can actually see this in action. See what I'm talking about? But when a police officer stops you in. Extendable arm. That's tach to the driver's side of the troll car is deployed rose lung side on the ground to your window on that arm is a police helmet wearing tablet with a camera. So you can see each other that it scans or vote of your driver's license. Your insurance whatever documents required. No one has to get out of the car reduce the risk of confrontation. Officer doesn't have to be worry about being hurt by passing traffic. But I don't think this is what they mean by the long arm of the law. This is really crazy. You know, how we talk about all these social media influencers, they all hang out, they take cell fees, and they're selling crazy products. Well, welcome to the world of CG I influence, and it's not just one or two computer generated social media influence or set to become a two billion dollar industry by next year. Here's the scary part on some of these guys look nothing like a real human, others are so realistic. In fact, a lot of folks who follows some of these computer generated influences don't even know that not real human beings. Sure, there's a real human being behind the scenes programming everything, but not the person that you see on the screen like, for example in influence by the name little Miguel has over a million followers on Instagram. This is a CGI influence or computer generated, but was named one of time magazine's twenty five most influential people on the internet people. Okay. Little Miguel is nothing more than a computer generated character created by an LA based software firm. So just when you think that some of these social media influencers couldn't be any less genuine. Well, welcome to the future. And finally, let's talk about Warren Buffett guy who's worth about. I don't know ninety billion dollars. Guess what you think that Mr. Warren Buffett would carry an iphone now, Mr. buffet Kerry's a flip phone, but strangely enough? He's now the star of a brand new iphone game created by apple. They just released the game called Warren Buffett's paper wizar- where Warren Buffett is played as a paper voi- just like he was child you toss the newspapers without being hit by birds and cars to collect what's called Warren bucks. The game gets harder to improve your skills. The long paper out, by the way from Nebraska to California. This has happened to be the first iphone game apple has produced over ten years. It's absolutely free in their app store and kiss you on check it out. So why would someone who refuses to use an iphone get his own iphone game? Well, he is a big time. Apple investor. He owns five percent of apple. I just wonder if that has anything to do with it. But Warren Buffett be able to. Dethrone paper wizards Warren buffet as the best. Not as long as he still carries flip. All right. Let's talk about your computers because when you're working with computers. You should always have a backup plan even the best. Computers can suffer failure of one kind or another typically that failure is going to have when you least expect it. But in today's world of technology, nearly everything's replaceable. That includes all the work you've created and stored on your own computers. But you have to use a service like I drive they provide you with the data backup service. 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"three hundred dollar" Discussed on X96

X96

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred dollar" Discussed on X96

"Off a three hundred dollar repair. Call two six four hail. Here's Boehner candidate number three. The government is causing mice that it's what causes my psychosis naturally. I've done all of this tried. That's Alex Jones. Yeah. Sinful wars two weeks ago. Lawyers representing the sandy hook families suing conspiracy. Theorist Alex Jones recorded a three hour interview with him the court ordered formality than under normal circumstances would have remained private until the defamation lawsuit eventually went to trial. But this case is normal. Jones. Who was censored by Twitter apple Facebook YouTube Spotify for his inflammatory rhetoric has used his info wars web show to speak publicly about the case and the people who are suing him families of ten sandy hook victims who were massacred during the mass shooting at the Connecticut elementary school in two thousand twelve uring one show Jones brought his lawyer on air to outline their defense strategy. So on March twenty nine the sandy hook attorneys took the extraordinary step of posting the hours long deposition of Jones to you to in the spirit of transparency. They said Alex Jones is trying to do everything he can to try this case. In the media said Wesley ball on attorney on the team of lawyers representing the sandy hook families ball said. The deposition was part of a motion filed by Jones's attorneys to ensure that there was enough evidence against their client to proceed in court. He he says a lot of stuff in this deposition. It's long it's long. But one of the things he says is he blames his years of misinformation and spin about things. And it particularly about the sandy hook massacre. He blames it on psychosis on his psychosis. Jones claims that years of witnessing corrupt governments and institutions has made him deeply skeptical of the mainstream media and the agenda hidden behind things I myself have almost had like a form of psychosis back in the present where I basically thought everything was staged even though I am now learning a lot of times things aren't staged. So I think as a pundit someone who's giving an opinion, you know, my opinions have been wrong, but they were never wrong consciously Turkey. No, no, no. I listen. I really believed I still have questions about sandy hook. But I know that there were people hurt there. I now know that people hurt killed is the word you wanna use first graders. He's he's trying to say that he he he didn't realize it at the time. He really thought who was staged Bs, and the government is the reason he had this psychos and this is different from before. When he said, he was playing a character. Yeah. Oh during his during his divorce. Remember is. That's a character. Solid character. Yeah. 'cause I'm not crazy. I want my kids. But now, I am crazy. Don't blame me for anything. And did you see the video of him? Getting booed out of arrests. Yeah. I loved that. I'm not prepared. I am not prepared to sign onto whatever you in the mainstream media make up about me. I you can say that I did this on purpose. But I was not acting consciously. It was a psychosis. And there are people who still believe him Boehner candidate number three, right? Let's review the first two and vote ta Boehner candidate number one you need pockets in your panties. Denham panties for women. They look like. I mean, they have a zipper and they have pockets. And they're like three hundred and fifty bucks a pair Boehner candidate number two pigs to get cold a distracted driver in Minnesota turns out he had a two hundred fifty pound pig on his lap and another one close to him. He was moving taking his big with him. He said, and they were getting pulled in the car, and I didn't want to get cold. That's why a pig on my lap and boater candidate number three the government pause. My psychosis. All.

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"three hundred dollar" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred dollar" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"You called sooner. How can I help? Anyway. So my soon to be wife, and I are getting married and exactly sixty days. And so have you know, you know, the major question she her parents retired from me or her father retired from Neath on and along with Nissan. They have. I guess a benefits plan with where you get a new car every seven months. Yeah. And you pay a very cheaper rate every month. Always almost nothing, and they provide maintenance and tires and gas and oil and everything. Yes, sir. Yeah. It's wonderful benefit. Yes. So I mean right now with a Nissan Altima, a brand new one, it'd be no money down. And I think we have to pay about two hundred bucks a month. Plus the insurance at the Nissan offers which is around one hundred dollars a month. So in total, it'd be about three hundred bucks a month. You cannot you cannot. But the three hundred dollars includes it, it includes gas, even doesn't it. No, not not so much the gas and all maintenance though. Yes, sir. Every day and she's eligible for this. As the daughter the grown Mary daughter of a retiree. You know? That's that's the the minute details that will have to work out. But as of now, I've asked that question to to her father, and it seems like. As the owner of not the owner of the car, but the owner of the benefit rights permission to the daughter to to drive the car is your primary vehicle. Okay. If you can get that. And you can do it with integrity and do it legally. It is an awesome deal. Okay. All right. Very good. This is not leasing a car from your car dealership, which is not an awesome deal. It's a ripoff. But this is a this is a benefit for an employee of a car manufacturer. And it is a wonderful benefit. Yes, sir. Because you cannot operate a car this cheaply. Chorus going down in value more than you're paying for it every month. Yes. Not to mention all the fact that you're, you know, you're driving it for free in other words. Yeah. And it's just it's it's not a lease. It's an employee benefit. It's a rental agreement. That is discounted by about ninety percent. Everything that's offered. There would be about a thousand bucks a year. If you just went in the open market and said, I'm going to finance this car. I'm going to do this. I'm going to take care of my own tires. I'm gonna put the oil. I'm going to do all the maintenance I'm gonna pay for everything and you bought that car. It'd probably be a thousand dollars a month. Without a doubt. Without a doubt. I got real nervous thinking about that. Because you know, she does have some student loans. And now this is not. Yeah. This is cheaper than you can drive a used car. Yeah. Definitely one hundred percent. Okay. So this is a deal, regardless of where you are in the baby steps this helps you build wealth because you have a not only have a really nice vehicle, but aside from that, you have an a very inexpensive piece of transportation. Yes, sir. It's a deal. Do it. Thank you very much. Congratulations on your marriage. Very cool. Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five. Rachel is in Boise, Idaho. I Rachel what's up. Hi, dave. How are you better than I deserve? How can I help? Oh on super nervous. Well, we've never lost a patient. Hang on. How can I help? Okay. So long story short. We are on number two. And we just did that every dollar by a couple of days ago and down as. On my husband allocated every penny. We have coming in. And we're very excited to get rolling. But my mom is disabled. She broke about eighteen years ago at work. And he lives off of disability and social security, and we moved in to help her out not financially, but physically she can't drive. She can't Alon so on so forth. Well, she has brought to the table that she has some equity in the home, and she's willing to sell her home get it out of her name, and she wants knock you and I to buy a home where she would provide all of the money to pay off all of our debt and the down payment. She's definitely afraid that if something happens to her her only asset is the home and equity, and he's. Security and Medicare and L essentially, take it. Oh, my question to you is that something that we should take and take a gift from her. And I mean, it's kind of like her thank you for taking care of her. Because she are you the only air. No, my brother, I have a better and the original deal when she got the house that we're currently living in he was actually on the home. And this deal was presented to him and everybody has crazy in their family. We'll just say that. It didn't work out. And so he refinance got the name got the house out of his name. He moved out, and we moved in is essentially how that worked out. And so now, we're living do this deal. He's going to be mad the rest of his life. It was a deal that he was aware of that, you know. But you got you got all the money from her state. It's nothing right. Right. Right. You guys just need to think through that part of it. Because this is everything's still kind of up in the air right now. I mean, there's chances for reconciliation there's everything else. But when you do this you put a nail that you put an eye on this relationship. It is over. Red. He's not gonna talk to her anymore. He's not gonna talk to you anymore ever. Right. If that's may be the cost. I mean, I'm not positive, but that might be the cost, and that's one of the things to consider here. This is not just a mathematical transaction now if we're doing that. If we're gonna go ahead. How old is she? See? Be fifty nine in December. And so you're willing to do this for twenty more years. Yeah. Absolutely. You're committing to that. I mean 'cause she she live. She live to seventy nine pretty easy. Yeah. We have a solid we have a solid relationship. You're how long you're how old. Twenty nine. Okay. So you're gonna be forty nine and be taking care of your mom. Okay. All right. I'm okay with that. It's wonderful that you're willing to do that. But I just want you to count the cost here because what happens in a situation like this is brother, and you taking care of mom, the weight of.

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"three hundred dollar" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred dollar" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"No application fee. Jody and and gave them three hundred dollar deposit or an apartment turned him down. They told me that with the forty eight hours, they give him the three hundred dollar deposit. That's a lot of money. Yes. It is. Well, what happened was they ran a credit check. And that cannot find an a background check and some stuff came up. I guess from whatever he just got dementia, and they said, well, we'll go to upper management and ask them what's going on times going on. Right. Where are we did? They get the money. Did he did he get the money or not? Nope. Well, thirty days on we're gonna take off ninety nine dollars for administration. Forget that he was turned down, and they're going to charge them ninety nine bucks. Did he get any money back at all? All right. How long ago? I talked to him this morning how long ago. Okay. When did he actually make the payment? March second. Okay. All right. Listen, they said it might take thirty days. Plus, they're taking ninety nine dollars off. Yeah. What's the name of the apartment complex ramble would apartment ramble? Would you would Fort Collins? Okay. Now. We will deputy, Dan, I would like to give them a call this afternoon. I I just this stuff. Just so pisses me off what really pisses me off for these application fees. You know, they have fifty dollar application fees, and they probably take one hundred of them want to think about that think about that. They got bad reviews to they got really bad reviews. We're going to call you know, this application fee thing when there are one hundred people why do people bothered that that is. So so ridiculous. They make five grand in an afternoon just on application fees. It's a scam made and they don't want to take my call. They don't wanna talk to me. They don't want..

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"three hundred dollar" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred dollar" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Three hundred dollars for cleanup, replacing tables, and grills and reimbursing and rescheduling a birthday party set for the pavilion later that morning. It only took the Sarasota county sheriff's office a few days to track down and arrest Heather carpenter. The forty two year old is charged with felony criminal mischief turns out carpenter as a substitute teacher at Phillipi shores elementary school, according to arrest paperwork, carpenter wasn't happy with how the principal handled a professional complaints. She made at the end of November the Sarasota woman admitted to investigators she smeared the feces with the goal of spoiling the birthday party planned at the park that day celebration was for the principal's. Daughter officials say carpenter is no longer a substitute and kept volunteer at any district schools. Well, this investigation is active. You think? Heather was with the the the the sugar Honey, iced teas okay now. I have a homeboy who shall remain nameless. Who used to have a real problem beaten people up so he would anger management as part of his probation for beating people up. So whenever he wanted to beat people up instead he would resort to fighting with feces. What is crazy? I didn't see him. What I mean by that is if you had a beef. Beef with someone he would cut your car seat open and put Dingle berries in the cushions are. He might go on your house and put a couple of chocolate delights in your sneakers. I remember he had an issue with his next door neighbor in the next door neighbor's roommate, you know, let him in the house. So my guy put but truffles in the Naples couch cushions what's trefoil third. Never understood. Why the roommate was down with that? Because he had to live there too. All right. The moral of the story is is just some real live turn terrorists out here and have the carpenters clearly wanted him. My thing is heavy. You got beef with the principal? Why are we attacking the Keats because that's essentially what you were doing about spreading, but mud all over the picnic tables and grills that this part. None of the adults are going to be affected by these rusty nuggets. I mean, sure you put some rectum warriors on the grill. So that means everybody's burger would end up getting forty babies on them. But why do that to the kids? Okay. What is something? You always tells you never go to war, which someone who gives a f less than you in clearly have the carbon don't give a f anyone can get it men women and children if she got beef with you than all your getting but beans, all right, everybody. Party going get all the fanny fudge you can eat chocolate bananas for everybody. Simply because I got beef with one person, I'm telling you, don't go to war with somebody who gives a less than you. Especially a wreck the Maurya now Heather has been charged with third degree felony mischief and property damage in is no way, she can be in population with other prisoners because what if this? Territories decided to let a bunch of frightened turtles loose in the prisons. Does you really wanna corn massacre in correctional facilities? Think about it Florida, please give carbon did a. What? Got a question. So for her to carry in your guys your friends. You know terrorists. So he does he does he poop on the floor. And and pick it up never asked to do with human feces could have been dogged pieces. I don't know what kind of feces. It was scary. Okay. You know, what I'm assuming was just assuming his hers. Pick it up you go into tall saying you got to go to a prison. You know what I'm saying? And that's your weapon of choice. You always got some on deck. Oh. I'm pretty regular eight thirty s morning anybody any terror terrorists need somehow. My goodness. Well last night, I had fish for dinner this morning. I have my regular. Also got how well you're doing as far as your diet. I never him up who looks.

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"three hundred dollar" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred dollar" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"So you're driving you haul truck because you can't afford tesla and tesla cost up to like sixty grand, but minimum you're gonna be spending at least three hundred dollars on a tesla. And that is not happening right now because you're actually spending a lot of money on other stuff to get right for wartime because women have to get their hair done. They have to replace their old nails every time they paint their nails, and that takes lot of time and a lot of money, and then you know times. Time's up. So that's what I think about seat is that I don't like CPO mostly because we had a fling me. And my that I tried to stick to seatbelt inside myself, and it didn't work out. But did. So seatbelt Distasi pill inside myself, and it didn't work out, and I'm actually not going to get into that in detail, but it didn't work out. And there's a little offer tension inside you also now now I don't like seatbelt. And that's my personal thing was seat though. So I hope when you're driving home today, if you're driving now, you're gonna unbuckle that seat belt. That is so interesting. So what the wheel landed on was seat Bill. I don't even remember that being on the wheel. I suggested a Tam. I totally forgot. But she's right about some. I like thought about a lot of thought about before is a triangle triangle, I didn't know that you guys had like history. Yeah. But that I I mean, and you easily have said like, hey, you know, that one you couldn't even stop the show that one's a little bit like. Like a little bit weird. Well, ended today. Listen, I did know that there was awkward tension inside the U haul. And I did know that tesla costs three hundred dollars. But I had never heard that in this context. Yes. It was kind of a new frame for an old painting. Well, it makes sometimes it's yes, it's interesting. Sometimes there's things that you know, but you've never really thought about. Yeah. And so to be challenged and that way just in terms of seat belt. Was pretty wild. Woods all about like. The like taking paradigm and just like smashing. That's all okay. Okay. Spin the wheel. Shod again. Okay. Well, this'll be quick get it on their way. Do karaoke. That's been..

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"three hundred dollar" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred dollar" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"We gave them three hundred dollars from every single Canadian. And after that nearly eleven billion dollar bailout GM continues to expand in Mexico leaving workers out in the cold in uniform president Jerry says the union stands by the belief that if GM wants to sell in Canada it needs to build products in that country. Well, the new movie a thriller from m night Shamlan remains a top movie in the country. This Patricia that your bones can break if I like them. Yes. Superpower, your your mind. Are nine and a half million dollars in its third week in theaters in the US and Canada coming in second is the Kevin Hart. Bryan, Cranston comedy, the upside which sold about nine million bucks worth of tickets and in third place, the new action film, miss Bala, which made almost seven million dollars. Newly discovered mummies are getting some fresh air is Egypt's ministry event. Twit antiquities is serving the resting place. The discovery site was open to an international team diplomats and journalists this weekend. Yeah. The number two among the ancient Egyptians are men. Women and children who are believed to live between three hundred twenty three and thirty BC. Researchers happened upon the opening of the tomb in central Egypt, and they say it's still surprisingly in good condition. And it's a six Super Bowl win for New England Patriots after beating the Los Angeles Rams thirteen to three on Sunday. It was the lowest scoring and arguably one of the most boring Super Bowls ever. Yeah. We're waiting for the ratings come out today. And they say this could be one of the lowest rated Super Bowls ever among the other Super Bowl record set the fewest points by the winning team that was thirteen the fewest combined point. Who three quarters out with six the most consecutive drives ending with a punt by the Rams and the longest punt which was sixty five yards. All right time now is five fifty six at NewsRadio KFC K. I'm Christina Madonna along with Dan Mitchelson. Let's get a check of our traffic troublespot now with Brian mobile right now are only accident is on a surface three northbound sunrise just pass winding way couple of vehicles at a light pole involves heat. He's on the way to do the report on that. And we understand the right lane is blocked there. So move to the left if you're headed that way. All right. Thank you, Bryan, complete traffic and weather together just ahead and President Trump will he give a definitive answer on whether the final report by special counsel. Robert Muller should be made public. We'll have more on that coming up for you at six o'clock here on the s became morning news. Maybe you've heard.

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"three hundred dollar" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred dollar" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"It's a three hundred dollar value three hour comprehensive workshop and Chris before the break we were talking about long term. Mm investors, right, right? Most people that have a 4._0._1._K IRA whatever lot of young people that are listening. They think, you know, I'm not gonna need my money for thirty forty more years, whatever. And a lot of people like you were saying have that attitude like, oh, you know, the markets. Go up the markets go down by the time. I retire. I'll have more money there than hopefully, then I have now share. But the the what we were talking about was. Yeah, the market is going to go up, and it's going to go down and your balances are going to fluctuate and this and that, but why not take advantage of those fluctuations? Why why have your account go down six percent this year, and then maybe up five percent next year, and you know, down two percent the year after that if you if you can learn some of the skills get some of the knowledge to take advantage of those swings in the markets and make even more money, or at least not lose any money, right? You know, something that people think about when they have long-term portfolios is the concept of diversification, right? When you're trying to diversify your portfolio. Ultimately, what you're trying to do is put together a portfolio of stocks are investments that if the market tanks. You're not gonna lose all your money. Now, the the way that you're going to do that is you're going to give up some upside by putting some stocks or whatever in your portfolio that maybe they're considered not high-flying stocks like Google, Amazon and your Facebook and all those kinds of maybe not so much Facebook anymore, but you get the point net flicks. And you're going to substitute in some stocks that are kinda grownup stocks like your utility stocks like a Duke Energy or something like that. So there might be a reason to have a stock like that in your account that pays a dividend. That's a topic for another conversation. But what you're gonna do is you're going to give up some upside to keep from losing all your money, if the market goes down, but the problem with that scenario is most people when they tried to diversify. Portfolio when they tried to protect their portfolio. They're doing it just within the stock market, and that's somewhat of a problem because that creates tunnel vision because if you're invested in stocks, and then all you're thinking about is protecting your portfolio in the stock market. That's what I was going to say when people talk about diversification, they think, oh, yeah. I'm in. I'm in the tech sector. I'm in the banking sector in the pharmaceutical sector just being diversified. Among the stock market is not diversification current you have to be diversified into other markets. So there are all sorts of different asset classes that we talked about at the academy. And this is really important, even if you're just long term investor, and you're not a traitor. You need to understand how these different markets connect together. So you probably know this right, Tony if the stock market goes down what typically not always. But what typically happens to the price of gold goes up? It goes up. Right. There's an inverse relationship. There's also an inverse relationship between the US. Dollar as a currency and the stock market if the US dollar goes up oftentimes, the stock market's going down, not always. But oftentimes so to learn those intricacies how they all work together. It's not rocket science. But you just have to be exposed to those opportunities. And what you'll find out is it if you can build a portfolio that incorporates many different asset classes like we teach at the academy. Then you'll be a whole lot more sound when the market tanks. You will have the opportunity to actually make money as the market goes down as opposed to losing money. It's not doing well. One of the other assets is doing well and Greg vice versa. That's the way it works. I had if you're smelling what Chris is cooking. Eight eight eight six one eight nine two four nine the one thing. I say on the radio show all the time. If this is your very first time listening there is so much opportunity available in the world. There is so much opportunity within these different asset classes that you may not know about that you, you know, you go to this workshop and the light bulbs are going to go on for you.

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