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"three hundred ninety two thousand dollars" Discussed on The Daily Dive
"Supposed to ten their collectively offering billions of doses of the lifesaving vaccine What does that mean for people. That potentially don't have a choice but to make an account with a walmart or sam's club or something like that in exchange for the vaccine joining us now is mahane ravindranath health reporter at politico. Thanks for joining us. Mahane the vitamin administration has bet really big on retail pharmacies. In this whole rollout the vaccines were sending millions of doses to cvs. Walgreens rite aids. Walmart's even all obviously in the effort to get as many people vaccinated as possible but what also is happening right now. Is there's a lot of privacy watchdogs that are sounding alarms on the information that you have to hand over when you're trying to book your appointment whether it be phone number of both in some cases some of these places make you sign up for like an online portal and you have to give some personal information there. They say they're using it to track people and give them reminders. When it's the vaccine time and schedule appointments are up but they could also be using it for some other things so you know. That's what the concern is so mahane. Tell us a little bit more about this please. So we know that national retail pharmacy chain are big part of the federal back. The rollout and what we're finding is that to be able to get the slots. People often have to make an account or they have to share some information with like a cvs rite aid walmart to be able in some cases even find out if they're eligible or to find out if there's a slot available to the question now becomes what can pharmacies do without data and you know we know that retail pharmacies have for a long time had huge amounts of data on people. That are going in for flu shots or refilling their prescriptions. And things like this. They also have marketing. They have information on people's buying habits based on what they buy sort of at the front of the score but the question arises now when they were part of the public health emergency response. And they're you know collectively Offering billions of doses of the lifesaving vaccine What does that mean for people. That potentially don't have a choice but to make an account with walmart or sam's club or something like that in exchange for the vaccine so one of the things we're looking at is are they able to use that information for marketing or are they able to sign you up for a loyalty program and at in based on our review of these sites often companies. Don't make clear how they're using that data and we have companies like cbs. Who have been very front about their plans to in the future usage information for turning these newcomers into repeat customers. Yeah that was very interesting and and so these pharmacies have a lot of room to collect these user customer data and everything. They can't use a lot of your health information sensitive health information so there's a distinction there but that number in that email as you mentioned they can use it for a couple of other things there but tell me about a little bit more about that. There was like some memos or something going around talking about how 'cause you're supposed to wait about fifteen minutes after you get your vaccine to make sure you don't get any reactions and this was a key moment where they can help turn these people getting their vaccines until longer term customers. How did that work out. So it's interesting. As i talked to these companies and the participants in this retail rollout are not just huge national pharmacy chains like a cvs also networks of independent pharmacies. And i think what they're doing right now is they're trying to figure out. How do we make this into sort of a business opportunity. Somewhere down the line. Of course they will all tell us and you know no reason not to believe that this is you know it's it's a crucial part of public health response. Of course dot is their main priority but then we also know that. It's not really a moneymaker for that. And so i think they're realizing that they do have access to huge amounts of data as part of the testy rollout. So they're thinking about how they can sort of you know increase brand awareness. You know some of the independent. The smaller independent pharmacies are thinking you know. How can we let people in the community know who we are people who have never come to us and in the case of cbs. It's like how do we tell people that has never come to us before who we are and what we do. So i see a lot of these pharmacy about How this really cumbersome rollout process can be valuable somewhere down the line in terms of you marketing or building their healthcare respond and some of the criticism for some of these privacy watchdogs. Is that when people go in their flu shots. This isn't really done that. They're not really collecting that type of information. So why would it be happening with this. And i get it. You have to make your appointment. The resources are low right now with the vaccines you know. They're making those comparisons to flu shots. Where they don't really collect a lot of that information if you're gonna go it's free and it's it's quick. I think there are a couple of things that make this different from flu. Shot roll out. I think the volume the number of people that are being asked expected to get the vaccine is probably greater than the number that generally get their flu shot. So i think that there is a difference in the amount of data that they're getting from a larger number of people that normally would but there's also the question of you know. Do people always have to create accounts. I think people are often able to drop in for their flu. Shots and a lotta. These pharmacies are not allowing you to just drop in for your code shots. You do have to make an account in some cases dot account is kept separate from their marketing databases. But i'd be these companies are telling me that in some cases they are keeping the covid nineteen vaccines sign up separate from marketing databases but some companies have not been explicit. And so what has the reaction been to this at least from the retail pharmacies. So in our review my colleague. And i when we were looking through all the portals finding that places like walmart and sam's club require you to make an account i before you even look at eligibility before you can see scheduling other places will let you look at graduating. Ls before you make an account but you do have to make an account to sign up and so it's really interesting to see the wide variation in what people have to share Places like rite aid for instance will ask for your social security number. Not everybody does that. And so what. The amount of data that a person has to share. And i think how used will vary depending on the pharmacy and i think. That's where privacy watchdogs they're also raising alarms mohana rabindra nath de health reporter at politico. Thank you very much for joining us. So much tech to time. Anything i just took the plunge. I told everybody what i was gonna do. How this is going to How we were going to address and regardless of what happens how long in there do not come in. Adam and jeff ski senior contributor to forbes and ceo and founder of open the books dot com joining us. Adam beyond the podcast. Thank you very much for your interest in our work. Yeah it's a fun story. You know might be one of those professions. A lot of people are sleeping on. I undoubtedly believe that a lot of people would want to do this. But one of these high paid professions. That you kind of just don't think of really being a lifeguard. A lifeguard in california specifically can be pretty lucrative. The top lifeguard for this is for the latest year available that we had this information from two thousand nine hundred the top. Lifeguards earned up to three hundred ninety. Two thousand dollars. That is a boatload of cash. So adam tell us a little bit about the breakdowns of this and how much these. Lifeguards are earning. Well ask her. I think we just put the baywatch. Lifeguards in los angeles county on pay. Watch baywatch on pay watch. Who knew that on. Total compensation that salary. Special perquisites free sunscreen allowance. Healthcare pension benefits that all in the top paid lifeguard on la county's beaches made last year three hundred ninety two thousand dollars. Let's put that in perspective on salary. The president united states makes four hundred thousand. The top paid federal employee out of four million federal employees. Is dr anthony fauci. He makes four hundred thirty thousand. You got the lifeguards costing la county.
"three hundred ninety two thousand dollars" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Deman?d?
"Got a whole heap in help another derek chauvin trial coming up. His chauvin i hear different ways by net should know shoving. It was a heck of a good day for the prosecution. I think but anyway stay tuned for that. This just came across. I just saw. I was following tim. Santa offers Twitter and he tweeted this out. So you know a whole bunch of states are getting Stimulus money out of that two trillion dollar package in theory because they were damaged by cova but like california was doing pretty well in a lot of states that were doing pretty well during this They got a ton of money and some of the money that states were getting because they're doing poorly is not because cohen. It's because they're just doing poorly. And they have been for years and they're upside down and all kinds of pension costs and all this third mismanaged mismanaged states and other being bailed out by the other states and taxpayers and they get to continue to be mismanaged very chinese bat. Fever fit this in with that or not but a forbes magazine out with what la. Lifeguards make in los angeles. Oh yeah the top paid. La lifeguards earned up to three hundred ninety. Two thousand dollars last year. Your heard right lifeguard. Making almost four hundred grand a year. Being a lifeguard in california can be unbelievably lucrative. If only we had known many of us would have packed our bags and headed to california for a career on the beach. They auditors at open. The books dot com found that lifeguards make a fortune in l. La county seven. Lifeguards made more than three hundred thousand dollars. Last year. eighty two. Lifeguards had a total earnings that exceeded two hundred grand. Wow eighty two lifeguards. It make more than two hundred thousand dollars a year. Now there's just unreal and pensions to alberto. Yeah i'm sure there is just. I could get into the specifics. But that's that's stealing from taxpayers. I don't blame lifeguards. i wouldn't say no to it either. But absolutely theft the highest and lowest tax money. Sorry to interrupt you there darling. The highest and lowest tax states. Total burden coming up. You might find it interesting. And the same government that's paying lifeguards. Four hundred thousand dollars a year when you could get young fit people that do it for way. Way way way way way way way less i mean wait. Wait wait wait wait. Wait lists shirt. But they wouldn't vote for you every election but the same crowd that that is thrown out money like that is it. We've got to raise taxes. We have all these homeless people and then you come up with a plan for the homeless people and it costs five hundred thousand dollars a year to shed. God ah and these are the choices. Government makes these are the things government does how it funnels resources to its cronies how it bails itself out how it becomes its own most powerful lobbyists and the biden administration wants to route more and more and more of the economy through the government. It is such a scam. it is such a crime. Free markets have vaulted humanity come all tasted to health and prosperity. There's nobody left right or middle. That things lifeguards. Eighty-two lifeguards should make two hundred grand a year or more. There's no way no risk on the payroll of various city. Governments comes out or universities or whatever and you get two hundred seventy five. Deans of diversity. Making six figures just insane important case in front of the supreme court today about amateur amateur athletics and the nc double a. speaking los angeles. Ucla beat michigan last night. Levin seat beat a one seed headed to the final four play in team goes to the final four but in front of the supreme court at stake is nothing less than college amateurism as we know it late last year. The supreme court agreed to hear arguments in the suit which contends the ncw is illegally capping education based benefits if uncapped benefits are allowed alabama could conceivably purchase new cars for their top players. They somebody probably already does If they live on campus this transportation it would be deemed essential for them to get to class. This would be ways to get around all these different things The plaintiffs a class of athletes say limiting such benefits violates federal antitrust laws and they claim the nc double is engaging monopolistic behavior. Probably be because it is. If the ncwa wins this case you're going to see them push back and They would have the highest court in the land protecting their amateurism. Bylaw from antitrust scrutiny. It's a green flag to keep doing what they're doing which is making tons of money and players make nothing and they act like it's amateur athletics and that will continue. Yeah there's some things in sports as four span. I can tell you that. Were quainton kind of anachronistic in and made it. Good for the fan. But they're indefensible. It was like back before free agency in baseball. I'm old enough to remember how a guy had come up from your farm system. You'd root for him as a raw rookie that he'd get skilled he'd get better and bum abondoned. Then you'd have tears in your eyes when he retired and sometimes your team would suck for decades but you know just. The players didn't move around you rooting for people not not a uniform not a pile a laundry and it was in a way it was better as a fan absolutely absolutely different bunch of guys wearing a shirt every single year. Who cares while. I still love the game but in college basketball was way better before They went to the pros as eighteen year. Olds or whatever. I yeah you had to do for years. It was better for the fans but it was in defense of telling an eighteen year old. Who's got a talent that is very valuable in the marketplace that they're not allowed to go get a job is ridiculous right. In the united states of america south american usa today estimates that two hundred and fifty million dollars in legal fees have been spent already just to get to this point in the supreme court. This is the battle that everybody's been waiting to have. It's not an argument about whether or not the college athletes can be paid at all because they currently are getting some money. But it's whether or not athletes can be paid unlimited amounts and it might go the direction of okay. Maybe that'd be the best way to do it. Let's just quit pretending and hiding it. Just you know. The rich colleges give nice cars to the best athletes out the open. It's way it works and skate through class. It's what we're doing anyway. So can they pay him five million dollars a year. It's unlimited they pay coaches that kind of money so it's like triple nba. It would sound like it kind is any out that fits into your your particular university that maybe you only care about as an education facility. I don't know how that works out right. Well that's a little bit Phony anyway shirt large extent. Yeah well wow okay you know. There are some things like i say. They're kind of nice. But when you get down to brass tacks you just can't really defend them. Maybe that would make college basketball. Great again the best players would stay in college. Make a bunch of money. Become giant superstars. The on tv all the time you or maybe end up with seventy five nba teams in college. Sports becomes an amateur thing for guys selectively basketball. There you go. I don't know i have no idea. 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"three hundred ninety two thousand dollars" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"And i have figures. What do the best lifeguards on the beach get paid a year. Well i'm going to say hundred bucks a day which is hundred times five hundred two thousand. That's about twenty five twenty five thirty grand a year. That's two hundred sixty one grant if it's one hundred bucks a day we'll know if they working seven days a week no five days a week so they get five hundred bucks a week four weeks a month. That's two thousand dollars a month. Were thousand dollars where you giving you to twenty okay. Yeah i think twenty four thousand dollars by right. That's insane lindsay. What do you think ab- best lifeguards on the beach. Get paid well. If i'm going to base my guesstimate off of the show baywatch which is great. Tv show. They all have treaty. Pretty nice cars pretty nice houses and that was in los angeles southern california right. Yes yes so. I'll say like two hundred thousand. Okay what do you think. One hundred and fifteen thousand according to an investigation by forbes. The highest paid los angeles. Lifeguards earn up to three hundred ninety. Two thousand dollars annually. Dozens of ice rake in more than two hundred grand a year. Seven la county. Lifeguards earned more than three hundred grand by tapping into overtime pay in two thousand nine hundred nineteen which is the last year that forbes found meanwhile eighty two of the lifeguards lindsay made more than two hundred thousand dollars in two thousand nineteen. Do you guys think paying the lifeguards. That much is smart or stupid money. It's obviously a really important job. It seems high. It's it seems you have too many people you have to watch. Imagine remember those photos from especially like when the pandemic started in. Everyone was flocking to the beach because you could go outside. There's thousands and thousands of people on the on these tiny little these areas of the beach. That are your your section. And there's only like what two lifeguards per tower. And i don't know how far the towers go but imagine you have thousands of people lives in your hands. Essentially if they go swimming or something bad happened so i don't think it's too much i just know that these are these are tax dollars. These are these are state officials. So we're paying for these guys and that's what they're paying they're paying three hundred thousand dollars a year. Yeah i mean. I look at it and i look at it in the scale of the the jobs who were talking about nurses make on average fifty three thousand dollars a year. They make way more than that they did. Was google twenty five dollars and seventy two cents per hour according to the national average national average. Us national average salaries for four hundred ninety dollars. Early in la. My old roommate she easily cleared six figures like easily without talking about skill. Emt's make thirty five thousand five hundred nationally. Nurses make fifty three thousand four hundred and fifty nationally. I mean i. I think in the great scheme of things that seems to high. I don't begrudge anybody that makes money good for you guys make as much as you possibly can and do a great job and all that stuff. I just think we've got a real sort of lacked up job between what teachers make and emt's nurses make and they all are dramatically underpaid. I'm glad lifeguards are getting their their union for lifeguards. Those numbers with those numbers sounds like the union executives to you actually. It's not to me because we're going to end it there. This the fast track is brought to you by our friend. Day hills toyota find out why puente hills toyota is the house of yes coming up next for you. Bill plachy is with us. Talk about worrying dodger. Blue glasses bill. Plachy with what. I think is an outrageous prediction in today's la times. That is coming up next for you. Mason ireland seventeen. Espn i didn't is a big week because we've got nc double a. Tournament tonight both usc and ucla playing in the elite eight tamar jaanus versus andre drummond. Who's now going to play. And the los angeles lakers and thursday is dodgers opening day and joining us right now. Is bill plachy. Who's got the most optimistic view. I've ever seen of any team in the history of the world. Bill thanks for coming on. How are you. This is very this is very unlike you you normally are a real well. Did you re read the entire column. Yes read all the words by the way. Bill is predictable. The dodgers will air hundred sixteen games. What was the last live in the column. Do you remember you wrote at all you. Wrote the column for tommy lasorda. You yes so so. I think about it that time would have read it. That's all time he would've you that was in his honor. Why didn't lead. That's a little subtle edendale little little shuttle but anyway but but no i. I believe it i you. If if there's every time right it would be in memory of tommy. But i also in memory of what kind of seasons gonna have look at this team. I mean look at they. Have they have a cy young award winner as a long reliever thousand nineteen mvp as the arguably the best player on the team they have great starters into bullpen. Bill they have they're loaded bill. You were here in two thousand four. When the lakers signed gary payton and karl malone and started the season twenty one and two right. There's too many adams here. We yeah well. Well that was copy versus shack. Happened that year raising. There's no kobe and shaq hundred. Here's what bill. What about the year. They got steve nash. Dwight howard in paired with kobe. Pau gasol and runner test had that workout. There's nobody as old as steve gashes every played that game. I've got an answer for everything. Yeah so i want to deal with this on the on the merits bill. Because first of all i agree with you that this is a team that is going to win a whole bunch of games. It's gonna win the national league west and they should are the world series favorites. So i'm going to concede that all to you. I'm a huge fan of this team. Huge fan of andrew. Friedman love what they've done during the offseason added a reigning cy young award winner as the number three starter but one hundred sixteen games is way too many games. I think i think though break one hundred one hundred sixteen games is way too many games. You're being way overly optimistic. I think you're underestimate. you're underestimating. How good the padres are potentially going to be. I am so sick of this padre stuff sitting column beat the dodgers in a big game. And then pop. Let's just wait and see. Teachers already are hurt. He's already sore starting pitching. Just come off injuries. hugh darvish. So you're betting on your garbage garbage. I mean look bill. Bill bill bill bell look at what he did last year. You darvish coming off a really good year. we're chicago. We remember for one bad game. Nobody was what what back gate. Too bad games. They call them the world series. I'll never forget that you really pitch well under pressure. He'll be under the pressure this year. I'm saying the padres that decent team. Okay the rest of actually west is going to be terrible of the national league. Central is is is terrible. The national league east okay. The the mets might be a decent and the braves are going to be very good. Yeah but i mean there's two there's not a lot of competition out there and the dodgers have such depth and they have such so many stars on this team and they have a clubhouse that works well click you have a hall of famer. Who's probably the best starting. Pitcher goodness i mean. No no team has ever been staff like this in this town before. No never built. Have you heard the phrase hubris comes before the fall. You're guilty of hubris my friend. This column is i mean. Every team in the league is going to print your column and it up on their bulletin. I hate i hate every team elite. It's to print over to read my column. i hate my columns getting rid. Oh my gosh that is you know. Imagine yeah i'm not. I'm.
"three hundred ninety two thousand dollars" Discussed on Love Your Work
"That you have already had. I think it's both It it certainly helps me to be more rigorous in my data collection. Because once you're gonna hit that button and a few hundred thousand people are GonNa read it you can damn. Am Welby sure that if you screwed up some of your math or your data collection someone's getting out. There is going to point it out which I liked so keeps keeps jaanus. Usually by the time I sit down and write. I've been writing it in my head for like eight months so I tend to walk around with this dialogue going wing in my head about you know like I'm about to write an article called the power of a single table And it's funny because this it's the basic premise. Is that if you sell a single table in your restaurants and see restaurant has forty tables if you take one and make it really special Daschle and presell it. That'll be your entire profit for the following year so last year. The aviary kitchen table instead of our bar did three hundred ninety two thousand dollars in sales one table table one four top ten he will table. It's a lot That's as much as some small restaurants in Chicago for the whole year the margin on that table table because it's just an added. Experience is huge. Like there's no more Eddie Ed Labor at an Ed rent an insurance just put in a single table presold a really special special experience Once you do that it's it's great doesn't the point. The point is I've been writing this article in the right way to phrase it For six months.
"three hundred ninety two thousand dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Day so you can sort out what candidates you might want to appear on the ballot in the fall. For, for that polls are open today, starting it already started six o'clock this morning, they've opened. So that's some seventeen minutes ago. Polls have opened and that'll run until seven o'clock tonight. You must bring your photo ID really. Yes. Wow. I know a good idea. It sounds like voter suppression I've ever heard it. What, what if I'm too drunk to get out of bed, and get my ID because vote you're in luck actually because if you do that you'll be given a provisional ballot that will count. But only if you bring a valid ID in the days immediately. Up. Okay. Yes. Oh, there you go. So you can drunkenly vote with a provisional ballot, or you can vote. So with your voter ID good at six information as a public service, this is great. Well, the way some voters about you think they are drunk. They maybe were a little tips. That's true. You can also cast an absentee ballot in person at specific locations in localities. That was that was through Saturday. So that's but anyway, this is so today you have opportunity to vote and all registered voters in areas with multiple primaries are eligible to vote in the party primary of their choice today. Virginia voters, don't register by party, but voters can only vote on the democratic or the Republican ballot. So this is so I could show up today. And by the way. Live in Virginia. So I can show up today at the pole and I can pretend democrat. If you're getting, then you take the democratic ballot and then just vote, how you want, but I can't vote twice. I can't vote for Republicans and Democrats well provisional about bringing bringing your idea. Top of your game. Have you seen the impact that George Soros has had in northern Virginia 'cause he voting today to he's given a lot of money in these races? That's true. He spent nearly one mil from the Washington Post. He spent nearly one million dollars to promote progressive challengers in the democratic primary races. And for prosecutor in both Arlington and Fairfax counties. I just want to remind people we've mentioned this every so often, but George Soros has done everything he can to buy a prosecutors races around the country. So he's figured out that to the extent that he uses his money, and politics, if he can influence, anything he wants to influence lower-profile prosecutors. So that way, the types of crimes that they actually prosecute and the types of crimes that they ignore fit within his framework with the types of things that he's concerned about. So here's George Soros. Getting his money involved. Again, nearly a million bucks in both Arlington. Fairfax, the Justice and public safety pack has donated. His pack. Yeah. Justice in public safety has donated about five hundred eighty three thousand dollars to Aparicio's deg Hani tufty the candidate for Arlington county commonwealth's attorney today. They're already more European than the American in Arlington. And then three hundred ninety two thousand dollars to Fairfax county. Commonwealth attorney candidate Stephen t discount. No. So those are the Soros candidates again. Aparicio's Degani tufty and Steve discount. No. That's according to state figures, on terms of the money that will release recently to donations represent the lion's share of the roughly seven hundred and forty four thousand dollars and five hundred forty six thousand dollars. The candidates, respectively have raised to date. So the overwhelming majority of the money, either of those two candidates have came directly from George Soros. His pack. So writing. Right. So this might be a reason. Tony why as a Republican voter in Fairfax county. You may want to grab that democratic ballot. Yeah, you're right. I know. And I'm thinking about your contemplate voted yet because I had to get here early. It turns out that turns out to be early, you guys are very strict on that we are you have to show up. We don't vote. We don't demand idea. I knew who you were on site. Yes. So this is going to get out there and vote if you care if you care at all about what, you know, who's gonna be on the ballot. In November, it starts today in the virgin Virginia primary. So here's your opportunity. Find your polling place. Get out there. Get up there. Because George Soros isn't to pick your candidate for if you don't just do it. Six six hundred two on wwl. First.
You Can Now See Who's Paying for Political Ads on Facebook
"Facebook has been raking in millions. Thanks to political ads and one democrat running for Senate is the biggest spender USA's. Chris Barnes has details. Facebook says in its new ad archive report that between the first of may and the twentieth of October. Over a total of two hundred fifty six million three hundred ninety two thousand dollars was spent on Facebook ads for political campaigns or issues of national importance that paid for one million six hundred seventy seven thousand one hundred eighty four ads US Senate candidate Beto O'Rourke of Texas spending more than any other US politician during the cycle the democratic challenger to incumbent Senator Ted Cruz forking over more than five point four million dollars on Facebook ads since may that's more than ten times the amount the Republican in the race bent on his reelection bid over that
"three hundred ninety two thousand dollars" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac
"Uh and of course along with this because he's so rich now apple has their board has stipulated that tim go cast these private planes for all business and personal travel now associated reasons right well yeah because he's so rich and famous he's going to attacked wife now he's gonna by private plane everywhere he goes that's tough okay let's see here let's talk about how much this breaks down to you in in real men money okay so most people get paid weekly i dunno i would say a good salary as well like on our 5000 bucks a week i'm thrown at number out there i would be surprised most people around that number a little bit more a little bit less tim cooke on the other hand he makes one million nine hundred in sixty one thousand five hundred thirty dollars and forty six cents y'all every single week have you break that down in days every day you might make i dunno 100 bucks tuna bucks winner bucks tim cooke no he's rowan he makes three hundred ninety thousand dollars three hundred three hundred ninety two three hundred and seven thousand dollars and say that right now with salah every time i have to talk about pit numbers i feel like i don't know how to says about rounded up and to make it simple okay three hundred ninety two thousand dollars every single day so that's like cult amac money right there lewis that's what you're getting paid as an at close to smitten less than it isn't isn't the average income in this country like thirty four thousand dollars a year summer now it's more medicine if i think of the median is like some aranda inhalers looked at brookwood yeah i think it's more like fifty one thousand or something well where while we under looking that up let's talk about the other lieutenants so the the top apple executives as i think this is an average make about twenty four point two million dollars each in two thousand seventeen it depends on how long this the there of course because their stock options half the vast and they have.