29 Burst results for "Three Hundred Twenty One"
Matthew Stafford Set Two Career-Highs in His First Game With the Rams
"Everyone was watching in la as matthew stafford made his rams debut now. I thought there was a lot of pressure. Actually on mcvay because at yellowstone i got to make. I'm teasing. meet earlier. Anna anna. It's contagious. You take a guy number one overall. He takes you to a super bowl. He makes to pro bowls you trade him plus two ones any three boy. That new guy. You bring better baller. But that's why he's the coach. And we're not ed something that we didn't see. He's off in kabul. Listen jacuzzis effort. Always had that crazy top. Whatever happened what happened. They just sounds awkward. Cousy or whatever the case is his. I q really just won me over and jacuzzi and commerce three hundred twenty one passing yards three passing touchdowns no interceptions. According to elias stafford is the first player in. Nfl history to win his team. Debut while passing for three hundred yards three touchdowns and no interceptions
Stafford Leads LA Rams Past Bears 34-14 in Dynamic Debut
"In his first game with his new team rams quarterback Matthew Stafford threw three touchdown passes in a thirty four to fourteen win over the bears in the new place and and being able to come out you know we going I want to get a win and play the way we did feels good a lot of work to be done but it's definitely good Sir Stafford connected with van Jefferson Cooper Kupp and Robert woods for scores and he finished with three hundred twenty one passing yards Andy Dalton threw for two oh six in his bears debut but had an interception and a fumble LA lead just thirteen seven at halftime but pulled away with three second half touchdowns mark Myers Inglewood California
Mahomes Dazzles as Chiefs Rally for 33-29 Win Over Browns
"In a game for the Cleveland Browns gambled early on fourth down to two point conversions they led by twelve points at halftime but the Kansas City Chiefs under coach Andy Reid stormed back for a thirty three twenty nine victory you know how the games again then there they were they were measuring us against them and we were kind of the same and you don't know this for okay chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes finished with three hundred thirty seven passing yards including three TD tosses and he also scored on a five yard run Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield passed for three hundred twenty one yards but had one costly interception Greg Echlin Kansas city
Breaking Down the Post MLB All-Star Break Stats
"Let's go ahead and start with a look beyond the box score. Those post all-star break numbers still very very high. As of monday's show was a fifty to average street. Twenty four base. four twenty. Two slugging will now. We've added a couple more days of three more days of data to those numbers. Still the two fifty two average on base down a little bit at three twenty one. But slugging up to four thirty five so at three twenty weighted on base average since the all-star break here across the league and that big uptick in slugging percentage is what i'm really focused on here for. Today's show as we know. The strikeout rate is down the stretch outrageous down quite significantly since that spin rate. Crackdown to hold a with the foreign substances. And all of that so guys are putting a lot more balls in play but now not only guys putting more balls in play but we're also seeing better fortunes at high-velocity contact and also more carry average fly ball. Distance is up here in the second. Half from june third. The time that's the second memo was actually sent out. It was a first memo in spring training back in march then. The memo came out june. Third major league baseball said we're going to take this seriously. Then enforcement started on. June twenty-first but any about from june third in july eleventh average fly ball distance three hundred nineteen here in the second. Half three hundred twenty one feet could be something could be nothing could be factors is obviously very hot in the month of july as we know and also to. You talked about this a lot on monday. Show but it's something that's still very relevant here on thursday is that we've seen a lot of below average starting pitchers since the all-star break guys are hurt. We've had several doubleheaders all of that. But also just what i've talked about on the daily article and then also on the shows here in that you've got a lot pitchers that have pitched on seven eight nine ten eleven days rest shohei. Ohtani pitched effectively two weeks worth of rest. It's tough to be sharp in those
Mexico revises coronavirus death toll up by 60%.
"Has published revised figures indicating the number of deaths caused by corona virus is sixty percent higher than previously reported more than three hundred twenty one thousand people and now believed to have died from covid nineteen in the country the revised toll places mexico with the second highest number of covid related deaths in the world after the united states. President andres manuel lopez. Obrador has faced widespread criticism over his handling of the crisis. The opposition has accused him of downplaying the severity of the pandemic and blamed him for delays in the vaccination program. The revised report issued by mexico's ministry showed that by the end of the sixth week of twenty twenty one the had been two hundred and ninety four thousand two hundred eighty seven deaths associated with covid nineteen up from the one hundred eighty two thousand three hundred and one confirmed figure given previously since mid february more than twenty six thousand covid. Nineteen deaths have been reported across mexico. Which would take the total to more than three hundred. Twenty one thousand experts have long warned. That mexico's true. Death toll is probably much higher. Due to lack of testing it is also believed that a shortage of intensive care beds in many states has led to a large number of people dying at home. The new figures came after a review of excess deaths and review of death certificates last week. Hugo lopez. guitar will who is heading mexico's response to the pandemic. Won't the country risked a new wave of infections. As millions prepared for the east holidays. Mr lopez obrador who himself has recovered from covid. Nineteen has been repeatedly accused by his opponents of not taking the crisis seriously enough and is often seen in public without a facemask.
E3 2021 may be digital as ESA says it’s ‘transforming’ the gaming showcase
"Of the essays planning for a digital e-3 and twenty twenty one is from andy robinson at video games chronicle according to three twenty twenty one pitch documents set two games games. Publishers and seen by the essay has now outlined proposals for this year's event which would see three days of livestream coverage held during the previously announced dates of june fifteenth june seventeenth. The essays intention is to hold multiple to our keynote sessions from games partners. An award show a june fourteen preview night and other smaller streams from games publishers influencers and media partners the broadcast event would be supplemented by media previews the week before as well as demos released on consumer platforms. According to the esa's proposal. The essay also says it'll allow partner companies to remotely stream playable game demos to the media across thousands of scheduled meetings with one to one assistance from developers. Many companies have used similar on demand streaming solutions during the pandemic to allow them to allow the media to remotely play their games for preview purposes. However the three hundred twenty one plan still require the approval of essays membership which is made. up of. The industry's industry's biggest games. Company is and who has significant influence over the direction of the show. The essay was already facing significant pressure to reinvent three with several major publishers including ea. Sony activision having abandoned the event in recent years and thous before twenty twenty s cancellation after which many companies such as e. and ubisoft enjoyed success. Running their own digital events
Shough leads No. 11 Oregon over Washington State 43-29
"Tyler showed threw for three hundred twelve yards and four touchdowns in eleven th ranked Oregon's forty three twenty nine come back over Washington state job tossed a sixteen yard scoring strike to Travis died late in the third to lift the ducks to a twenty one nineteen lead he added a short TD pass to Johnny Johnson in the opening seconds of the fourth to push the lead to twenty eight nineteen die karte two second half touchdown passes and the ducks piled up five hundred eighty two total yards in improving to tune out freshman jaded Laura threw for three hundred twenty one yards and two scores for the Cougars who led nineteen to seven but couldn't stop the ducks in the second half I'm Dave Ferrie
Steroid drug offers hope amid increases in Coronavirus infections
"As nations grapple with new outbreaks and spiking death tolls from Corona. Virus, a commonly available drug appeared to offer hope that the most seriously ill could have a better chance of survival. The pandemic has forced countries to impose lockdowns and tough restrictions on daily life and travel, but infections have surged as they ease these rules and reopened their economies with no vaccine, available and much still unknown about the virus researchers in England announced the first drug shown to save lives. The DRUG CODEX method zone reduce deaths by thirty five percent in patients who needed? Needed treatment with breathing machines, and by twenty percent in those only needing supplemental oxygen, it did not appear to help less ill patients. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the drug was the biggest breakthrough yet in treating the corona virus and top US, infectious disease expert. Dr Anthony Found. She called it a significant improvement in the available therapeutic options that we have. Britain is making dexter methods zone available to patients on the country's National Health Service the UK. Department of Health said the drug had been approved to treat all hospitalized in nineteen patients requiring oxygen effective immediately, it said the UK had stockpiled enough to treat two hundred thousand patients. It's on almost every pharmacy shelf in every hospital. It's available throughout the world, and it's very cheap, said piece Hobie of Oxford University, one of the leaders of the trial that randomly assigned two thousand, one hundred and four patients to get the drug, and compared them with four thousand, three, hundred twenty one patients, getting only usual care. Since the virus first emerged in China late last year and spread around the globe, the have been more than eight million confirmed cases and more than four hundred and thirty five thousand deaths.
321 New Confirmed Coronavirus Cases in Rhode Island
"Two numbers out twelve new deaths from corona virus in the last twenty four hours three hundred twenty one new positive cases there been eight thousand two hundred forty seven positive cases Rhode Island since March first and two hundred fifty
"three hundred twenty one" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"three hundred twenty one" Discussed on WTVN
"Or Max out you know your retirement plan at work and in general that makes a lot of sense but when you think about the types of accounts for putting it into their called tax deferred that means we don't have to pay tax today right but we get the pay it later now the premise is always been that we're going to be a lower tax bracket when we retire so why you're in a high tax bracket today differ later on you're retired and you won't be in such a high tax bracket but the thing we found over and over and over again is that the people that we meet with they don't really want to cut their lifestyle and half in a retired they they pretty much want to live the way they live today and they want to be able to you know take a vacation or they want to be able to go golf they want to be able to do things with their grandkids are they want to maintain the level of lifestyle that they've been accustomed to so if that's the case on it in many many cases the amount of income were actually living on is the same and it blows my mind you read these articles and people say you know what when you retire you only need seventy five percent of your pre retirement income to retire on I was teaching a class at the faucet centered issue here a couple months ago and I asked them how many had heard that and they all raise their hand so I asked them I said okay so here's the thing what twenty five percent your lifestyle do you want to give up and they kind of had this you know just kind of perplexed look on their face and all the sudden the libel came on days they said you know we're gonna need just as much income one re retire as we did before he retired so when you think about it like that then we think okay then our tax bracket may not be any lower now someone's making a half million dollars now and they only need a hundred thousand dollars to live and when they retire they pull a hundred thousand dollars okay that that would be a lower tax bracket need so that's one thing you said okay if your doctor or your higher order that makes a half million dollars or more maybe it makes sense then to defer some of your income because you're at the highest tax bracket and that probably does make sense but if you're that twelve percent or the twenty two or even a twenty four percent tax bracket today by the way you can earn after deductions up to three hundred twenty one thousand dollars and be in a twenty four percent tax bracket and to tell you how crazy that is back in two thousand as Bill Clinton was leaving office the family making less than a hundred thousand dollars a year was in the twenty eight percent tax bracket so we're in pretty low tax brackets today so one of my campaigns in my soap box if you will is to share with people the idea of the Ralph Ralph I. R. A. L. bandages and limitations of something like a Roth IRA can't solve every problem well so the disadvantage of the Roth is you have to pay the tax up front before you put it in okay so you have to pay your tax today so if your budgets really tight you'll have a little less that you can put in and so that's one of the challenges okay got to pay the tax up front but once you pay the tax up front that everything from here on out is tax free so your withdrawals are tax free all your games are tax free so if over your career you put a half million dollars into a raw and now it's worth a million or maybe just a little more then now you have a million dollars it all belongs to you it all belongs to you so if you need a million dollars you want to go buy a house you know in Jupiter Florida you know we're Tiger Woods lives that's probably a down payment but but no if you want to if you want to go buy anything and you want to spend a million dollars a million dollars is all yours but if you have a million dollar IRA and you want to go buy something well now you owe Uncle Sam about three hundred thousand so now really if you have a million dollar a only seven hundred thousand belongs to you three thousand belongs to Uncle Sam you see it's in I owe you a lot of people have really thought about that now does that are higher income earners you can't contribute to a Roth you you know if you your family and it and you make more than under eighty some thousand dollars per year you can't contribute to a Roth but everybody can convert to a rock okay you can take money that you've are deferred and you can converted over you have to pay the taxes you convert so that's a real strategy involved in doing that there's some really interesting tools out there that help you get a discount as you convert over to Ross so there's some tax strategy involved there's some kind of change of mind strategy have to kind of change the way you've been thinking if you start looking all around us the national debt social security Medicare Medicaid or about to go bankrupt and more at you know we're having a lot of problems with those as far as keeping enough money in the pot for those then you have to think well down the line five years from now ten years from now is there a potential that tax rates could go up so not only do I have an Ohio you but that I owe you could get bigger now my million could only be five hundred thousand possibly so those are some of the things you really need to think about just like it's kind of foolish to just you know spend someone else's money and give have either using a suitcase right is it a kind of foolish to think that Uncle Sam might not want to raise our taxes in the future with all this tax deferred money sitting out there of course he's going to want to I mean when we say Uncle Sam getting its fair share that feels even funny to say because it feels like he takes too much but you want to make sure that you're being a fish and when it comes to your investments and taxes and Greg and Kristen focus on that every single day at legacy retirement group especially for those middle class millionaires listening today it's something that should be top of mind for you so Ross conversions is that something you should do other other tax efficient maneuvers that you could be making with your portfolio find out with a before and after tax analysis to make sure that you don't miss out it's something they're happy to do.
"three hundred twenty one" Discussed on WTVN
"Or Max out you know your retirement plan at work and in general that makes a lot of sense but when you think about the types of accounts for putting it into their called tax deferred that means we don't have to pay tax today right but we get the pay it later now the premise is always been that we're gonna be a lower tax bracket when we retire so why you're in a high tax bracket today differ later on you're retired and you won't be in such a high tax bracket but the thing we found over and over and over again is that the people that we meet with they don't really want to cut their lifestyle and half in a retired they they pretty much one live the way they live today and they want to be able to you know take a vacation or they want to be able to go golf they want to be able to do things for their grandkids are they want to maintain the level of lifestyle that they've been accustomed to so if that's the case on it in many many cases the amount of income were actually living on is the same and it blows my mind you read these articles and people say you know what when you retire you only need seventy five percent of your pre retirement income to retire on I was teaching a class at the faucet centered issue here a couple months ago and I asked them how many had heard that and they all raise their hand so I asked them I said okay so here's the thing what twenty five percent your lifestyle do you want to give up and they kind of had this you know just kind of perplexed look on their face and all the sudden the libel came on days they said you know we're gonna need just as much income one re retire as we did before he retired so when you think about it like that then we think okay then our tax bracket may not be any lower now someone's making a half million dollars now and they only need a hundred thousand dollars to live and when they retire they pull a hundred thousand dollars okay that that would be a lower tax bracket need so that's one thing you said okay if your doctor or your higher earner that makes a half million dollars or more maybe it makes sense then to defer some of your income because you're at the highest tax bracket and that probably does make sense but if you're in a twelve percent or the twenty two or even a twenty four percent tax bracket today by the way you can earn after deductions up to three hundred twenty one thousand dollars and be in the twenty four percent tax bracket and to tell you how crazy that is back in two thousand as Bill Clinton was leaving office the family making less than a hundred thousand dollars a year was in the twenty eight percent tax bracket so we're in pretty low tax brackets today so one of my campaigns in my soap box if you will is to share with people the idea of the Ralph Ralph I. R. A. L. bandages and limitations of something like a Roth IRA can't solve every problem well so the disadvantage of the Roth is you have to pay the tax up front before you put it in okay so you have to pay your tax today so if your budgets really tight you'll have a little less that you can put in and so that's one of the challenges okay got to pay the tax up front but once you pay the tax up front then everything from here on out is tax free so your withdrawals are tax free all your games are tax free so if over your career you put a half million dollars into a raw and now it's worth a million or maybe just a little more then now you have a million dollars it all belongs to you it all belongs to you so if you need a million dollars you want to go buy a house you know in Jupiter Florida you know we're Tiger Woods lives that's probably a down payment but but no if you want to if you want to go buy anything and you want to spend a million dollars a million dollars is all yours but if you have a million dollar IRA and you want to go buy something well now you owe Uncle Sam about three hundred thousand so now really if you have a million dollar a only seven hundred thousand belongs to you three hundred thousand belongs to Uncle Sam you see it's in I owe you a lot of people haven't really thought about that now those that are higher income earners you can't contribute to rock you you know if you your family and it and you make more than under eighty some thousand dollars per year you can't contribute to a Roth but everybody can convert to a rock okay you can take money that you've are deferred and you can converted over you have to pay the taxes you convert so that's a real strategy involved in doing that there's some really interesting tools out there that help you get a discount as you convert over to Ross so there's some tax strategy involved there's some kind of change of mind strategy have to kind of change the way you've been thinking if you start looking all around us the national debt social security Medicare Medicaid or about to go bankrupt and we're at you know we're having a lot of problems with those as far as keeping enough money in the pot for those then you have to think well down the line five years from now ten years from now is there a potential that tax rates could go up so not only do I have another I owe you but that I or you could get bigger now my million could only be five hundred thousand possibly so those are some of the things you really need to think about just like it's kind of foolish to just you know spend someone else's money and give have either using a suit case right is it a kind of foolish to think that Uncle Sam might not want to raise our taxes in the future with all this tax deferred money sitting out there of course he's going to want to I mean when we say Uncle Sam getting its fair share that feels even funny to say because it feels like it takes too much but you want to make sure that you're being a fish and when it comes to your investments and taxes and Greg and Kristen focus on that every single day at legacy retirement group especially for those middle class millionaires listening today it's something that should be top of mind for you so Roth conversions is that something you should do other other tax efficient maneuvers that you could be making with your portfolio find out with a before and after tax analysis to make sure that you don't miss out it's something they're happy to do.
"three hundred twenty one" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Country pressure comes world spins away now runs back to his right looking down field and throwing on the run has a man each one of them is going to want to try to leave a legacy wherever I go part of the legacy of hard work and dedication or war did not list doesn't make sense of routine blood world come on down and get your highs and so you're gonna be the Heisman Trophy winner there's no need for anybody to both this guy is going to be your winter the Heisman Trophy radio Sirius XM channel eighty percent by progressive insurance rate go along with the mayor and Sam those calls of course courtesy of the LSU sports radio network as we talk Heisman Trophy here Joe Berle leads the LSU Tigers two eight thirty seven ten easy victory over the Georgia Bulldogs in the SEC championship game he was twenty eight of thirty eight three hundred forty nine yards four touchdowns at forty one yards rushing and caught a pass for sixteen yards Tim just for good measure this is coach ed Orgeron after the games on his thoughts on his quarterback winning the award is the best player in the country up and each one of my open and he's going to want to which are the best thing about Joe is a table of and only will do is when this game for a level two awards and not how old is less that's what makes him such a great team player now to him I am a Heisman Trophy voters and I am technically not allowed to tell you who's going to be in my ballot Joe pros a pretty damn good football player okay borough has done everything possible you could ever need to do to win the Heisman Trophy how bout I just leave it at that what do you think of chase young is he a good football player anonymous on player is not as good as your borough if I had a Heisman vote and I don't because I am not my co host Pringle if I had a Heisman vote job would win the Heisman I voted number one I think I put cheese young number two and then there would be nobody else I mean that I think is to sit well it in you yeah I know you got to fill it out and all that good right right I will if we're talking about who's walking away with the hardware chill bro won the Heisman Trophy tonight if he hadn't before now the quarterback at at LSU was absolutely dominant in winning the SEC championship in one of the things that we've talked about tonight if you're just tuning in is that unless she was has a resume and is have these these great moments this year that included thirty seven to ten dominant win over the Georgia Bulldogs in the SEC championship game tonight and I look at your overall going to Tuscaloosa I look at Joe burrow in every opportunity where he was featured and he was in a big game Joe Berle performed he put three ninety three and three scores up at Alabama LSU won that game forty six to forty one it was probably over that day Braden and I I just don't I don't know who could have a rationale that says it's not Joe burrow four hundred and seventy one yards passing four touchdowns on the road in a win against Texas he had to ninety three against the top ten Florida team three touchdowns no interceptions three hundred twenty one yards against a top fifteen Auburn team we just talked about it whichever Lawrence he didn't have opportunities he put up huge numbers this year too but Trevor lords the quarterback at Clemson didn't have opportunities Joe burrow had opportunities every single week it felt like and every single week we looked up at me said oh my god look what that kid just did he is a fantastic story transferring down I'm from Ohio state just endearing himself to the Louisiana culture and a you know he comes out on senior night last week against Texas a and M. in the borough Jersey spelled you know be you are our E. A. U. X. you know that in the traditional Louisiana spelling there and just he's endeared himself to the to the to the culture of the people just like coach Joe is done you know I I it's interesting I like chase young and and were talking Heisman Trophy here on game night ESPN radio and ESPN out but which will be of course awarded next weekend on ESPN next Saturday December fourteenth eight PM the two thousand in nineteen Heisman Trophy ceremony I I do think it's fascinating to two three four five six in this voting is going to be fascinating because I have no problem with you putting chase young at number two I have no problem with you putting Auburn defensive tackle Derek brown at number two I have no problem with Jalin hurts whose let Oklahoma probably to a playoff bid being on your ballot especially considering his career Justin feels at Ohio state the quarterback JK Dobbins the running back at Ohio state there's so many worthy candidates of being two and three this is pretty hard to find a guy who's number one and you know what show borough is making it look so easy that it doesn't even have to watch film anymore listen to chill bro talk about that after the Ellis you win today look every single week you know you watch film all we can I started back when we played Texas and we watch film and we're going to see some but haven't done all year and it's happened time and time again every single week I'm starting to talk my coaches and I'm like why do I even watch film anymore you know we see some new doesn't matter I might as well just go out there cold Turkey I think we have great coaching staff they make the adjustments that have enabled us to be successful I gotta say ten must bear break all your ideas pit radio I that is refreshing honesty I love that from a young quarterback that's fun yeah that's Joe Braudel issue and I think he is completely tongue in cheek I think he's being sarcastic because obviously there's a lot of value in film study but I think he's right it if you're just going to invent a vanilla and you know your game plan from week three through ten is the same that it is now what you're going to lose right so I think we all know that's not the case but it again I'm just I'm looking at the moments in Jonesborough season and maybe the most important moment was not that they won the SEC championship game tonight because I I think everybody knew that was going to happen and if they were going to win the SEC championship jumper was probably gonna take him there I think after the game add osier on the head coach at LSU hands his starting quarterback who's had this prolific season had this prolific gaining hands him the game ball and with out hesitation Joe burrow handed that ball right back to ed Orgeron almost as a tip of the cap and a thank you and a hug and adapt in a brawl hog and all of that when you and I both know Braden gall that there are players all over the country who stack up their game balls there in plastic bags they toss them in boxes they forget that they're they're they're in mom's storage shed not Joe Berle he value second ball he values his coaching relationship and I think he is the essence of what you want in a leader he is you know he reminds me of a guy that I I really want to be on my football team he reminds me of a guy where I'm I'm saying yeah man that's my quarterback and if I'm on the Miami Dolphins Sir if I if I am getting old if I'm the Cincinnati Bengals I'm looking at you Joe Berle because I think the guy is just fantastic well in Ohio kid right are already shop and in fact I think there's a few place today were dropped back to pass against George any had time to pick out a house in Cincinnati while he was back there actually I think that's the that's what he was doing back there standing for eighty nine seconds picking apart the Georgia secondary he was remarkable today there's no question and to your point about like ability all we heard about him last year you know he did play pretty well after did put up the numbers Joe Brady that the coordinator from you know from the saints as part of that everybody loved him immediately in the locker room cannot overlook how important it is for a quarterback to earn the trust and respect of his teammates in the locker room fantastic stuff in job or a what a story and what a year straight ahead Ohio state or OSU who is going to be number one plus does this season proved that the college football playoff is perfect at fourteen this is game night on ESPN radio and ESPN at now I will play anybody where I will play on a gravel lot doesn't matter where the records were to total single that's.
"three hundred twenty one" Discussed on KOMO
"Informed Seattle's only twenty four hour news station call news one thousand seven ninety seven seven as demonstrated outside the Supreme Court Tuesday as justices heard arguments on president trump's attempt to end Dhaka protections for seven hundred thousand undocumented immigrants brought to the U. S. as children ABC Terry Moran reports from Washington the court's liberal suggested the trump administration that offered only flimsy rationale for ending Dhaka justice Sonia Sotomayor your blasting the president noting he once promised the dreamers quote that they were safe under him and that he'd find a way to keep them here and he has a conservative justices argued that the president has the power to end the program and that he'd done so properly but even just as Neil Gorsuch had trouble pointy acknowledge the wrenching emotions at the heart of this case saying I hear a lot of facts sympathetic fact you put out there and and they speak to all of us the FBI is now involved in the investigation into that ambush attack in Mexico that left nine Americans dead here's ABC's Tom Yamasee agency saying in a statement they're committed to quote help bring justice to the perpetrators of this heinous act of violence more than a week later and a forty still haven't said exactly who was behind the attack that took the lives of three women and six children this as we're learning Mexican authorities are still working with the victims' relatives to gather clues overnight the family of Romeo Miller who was killed along with her four children meeting with investigators to the people who did this to my my sister and her children but they need much more want us to the drug cartels in general because there are always me another to take the family thinks the massacre was the work of drug cartels and they say in this part of Mexico the narcos have more power than the government David Lankford lost his wife and two sons and ended up leaving the country out of fear for his family I believe in forgiveness but I also believe in justice and forgiveness doesn't roll justice and justice you don't get justice too much in Mexico he soon Devin surviving the shooting inside one of the family's SUVs that was attacked remembering the weapons used and what they hit men were wearing yeah they were big guns and they were they were in masks seven who helped rescue was wounded brothers and sisters asking the same question everyone wants to know why this why would you do that one of the concerns we heard overnight from family members was they want the men who did this arrested but they see this problem is even bigger than their own tragedy they describe the cartels as terrorists we'll keep regrouping until something more significant is done to root them out an image posted on Facebook of a rat with a knife in its back is part of the reason a former Bremerton police officers filing suit almost Corwin Hague explains Bremerton officer Frank Shaw resigned in may after twenty three years on the force now he is suing his former department saying it failed to take seriously social media threats posted by his superior officers according to the kids apps son Sean complained in twenty seventeen about a superior's Facebook post disparaging the black lives matter movement following Sean's complaint another supervisor posted a cartoon image of a ranch with a knife in its back shop believed this post not only seem to call him out as a raft that is to say a snitch but contain the threat of violence against him his lawsuit alleges a hostile work environment including Fred retaliation no comment from the police department for the city of Bremerton Corwin Heiko more news at twenty and fifty past the hour on common is almost propel insurance money update stocks finished flat to marginally higher today the Dow industrials were unchanged from yesterday but the nasdaq composite moved up twenty one points establishing a fresh high S. and P. five hundred added four points here's a Portland based beer company craft brew alliance surged one hundred twenty one percent today late yesterday and has a Busch InBev announced plans to buy the rest of the brewer in a deal that values craft brew at three hundred twenty one million dollars Amazon's new echo show H. smart display due out on the twenty first is expected to be a hot gadget this holiday season the tech giant today put the device with an eight inch HD display and a camera shutter on sale at a thirty dollar discount for a limited time dropping the price to a hundred Bucks that's your money now I'm Jim Cesco como news a Detroit hospital says is carried out a first of its kind procedure in the US for vaping related injury Henry Ford health system did a double lung transplant on a patient after his use of E. cigarettes left him with irreparable lung damage the CDC is confirm more than two thousand cases of vaping related injuries and thirty nine death more cities in California are implementing a ban on gas stoves in the name of climate change more for mark may field natural gas releases carbon dioxide when it's burned and that's the main greenhouse gas causing climate change experts say the ban will not only create a cleaner environment but lead to fewer health problems if you hate eating veggies that could be genetic a new study shows some people are sensitive to the bitter taste found in such bad she says broccoli cauliflower and Brussel sprouts there's a gene for that so go ahead blame your parents health update fairly Kessler NBC news radio here in Washington state an investigation is underway into the death of a fraternity member ABC's Alex stone says it is the latest of several deaths this week at fraternities in the west in the most recent case police in Pullman Washington say a nineteen year old male student was found dead in a fraternity house detectives believe alcohol was involved on Monday a male student was found dead in Arizona state university's Greek leadership village police there will only say there is no threat to the campus and on Sunday at San Diego State University student died after attending a fraternity event an investigation is under way Google is reportedly partnering with a major hospital chain to collect and analyze personal health data from millions of Americans the Wall Street journal reports the partnership with the sanctions started last year involves Google pulling medical records from ascension facilities across twenty one states those records include names dates of birth lab results diagnoses and hospitalization records corner the journal it amounts to a complete health history and patients have not yet been informed the company said in a news release of the project complies with federal health laws it comes with substantial patient data protection triple a traffic.
"three hundred twenty one" Discussed on KOMO
"Is done to root them out at twenty and fifty past the hour on come on is your available from hell insurance money update stocks finished flat to marginally higher today the Dow industrials were unchanged from yesterday but the nasdaq composite moved up twenty one points establishing a fresh high S. and P. five hundred added four points here's a Portland based beer company craft brew alliance surged one hundred twenty one percent today late yesterday and has a Busch InBev announced plans to buy the rest of the brewer in a deal that values craft brew at three hundred twenty one million dollars Amazon's new echo show eight smart display to out on the twenty first is expected to be a hot gadget this holiday season the tech giant today put the device with an eight inch HD display and a camera shutter on sale at a thirty dollar discount for a limited time dropping the price to a hundred Bucks that's your money now I'm Jim Tesco komo news a Detroit hospital says is carried out a first of its kind procedure in the U. S. for vaping related injury Henry Ford health system did a double lung transplant on a patient after his use of E. cigarettes left him with irreparable lung damage the CDC is confirm more than two thousand cases of vaping related injuries and thirty nine death more cities in California are implementing a ban on gas stoves in the name of climate change more for mark may field natural gas releases carbon dioxide when it's burned and that's the main greenhouse gas causing climate change experts say the ban will not only create a cleaner environment but lead to fewer health problems if you hate eating veggies that could be genetic a new study shows some people are sensitive to the bitter taste found in such bad she says broccoli cauliflower and Brussel sprouts there's a gene for that so go ahead blame your parents health updates Sara Lee Kessler NBC news radio here in Washington state an investigation is underway into the death of a fraternity member ABC's Alex stone says it is the latest of several deaths this week at fraternities in the west in the most recent case police in Pullman Washington say a nineteen year old male student was found dead in a fraternity house detectives believe alcohol was involved on Monday a male student was found dead in Arizona state university's Greek leadership village police there will only say there is no threat to the campus and on Sunday at San Diego State University student died after attending a fraternity event an investigation is under way Google is reportedly partnering with a major hospital chain to collect and analyze personal health data from millions of Americans the Wall Street journal reports the partnership with the sanctions started last year and involves Google pulling medical records from ascension facilities across twenty one states those records include names dates of birth lab results diagnoses and hospitalization records corner the journal it amounts to a complete health history in patients have not yet been informed the company said in a news release of the project complies with federal health laws it comes with substantial patient data protection triple a traffic.
"three hundred twenty one" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And then but now here's the thing though I took the bangles and then literally like three minutes later this happened back those are gonna light up quickly they're ready to stay late of yours on a forty two his drive started back at the Cincinnati nineteen Dalton back to throw the protection is good fires women aboard your he's yet my guys out one thing I think that they're getting more gay I'm more people come to the games of Moeller high school out there then map and on it goes yeah who seems to be so bad we need to start I've got a question for them is and I know people want AJ green they want you know what I can say one Carlos Dunlap I mean they got a number of players that are you know attracting a lot of activity on the trade front I wonder if they'll do it down man specially AJ green enough what I want a team of the real quarterback in a real offense about the jets traded for AJ green that's one way to get your team right man I'm not saying for this I mean I'm not looking at it like sell if they get him but now I I think long term would be a great thing what they need if they need my now ages been heard last couple years though that's the problem he given are a first round pick for my wouldn't do that but that might be what he corners well the one thing about the jets now if you look at it now and you try to look out to the future they're probably going to have a top ten draft picks this right yes all bad bad pick is gonna be worse on five significant the colts beat the chiefs nineteen thirteen on Sunday night football Jacoby percent ran for a score Marlon rack Marlon Mack hundred thirty two yards on the ground as well at a military for Phil goes just catch from homes the ankle tweaked again but no excuses I mean obviously any healthier minimize who's who's out there we'll find a way to make plays and to win football games in the loss he threw for three hundred twenty one yards a touchdown he was sacked four times you'll hit eight other times by that in the defense cults three into chiefs first lost their four and one he got the Browns and the Niners tonight on Monday Night Football the baseball playoffs Dodgers beat the nationals ten for Ellie with a seven run its sixth inning Russell Martin a go ahead two run double he also homered in the nineteen Justin Turner a three run Homer here's Dave Martinez so Patrick Corbin comes in in the sixth inning after Annabel Sanches one five pretty good innings C. was asked why you take a mouse and Corbin was horrendous animals at eighty seven pitches give us so we had it we're we're at this part a lot of porn where he thought Corbin with excel and he did not he was quite the opposite but got eighty seven pitches I mean I get it it's the it's the post season but it seemed like he was doing well not so much Ellie up two games to one in that series Braves beat the cardinals three one is they put up three in the ninety ends response in game time RBI double Adam devol go ahead two run single Carlos Martinez blew the save Atlanta up two games to one there Astros and race today at one o'clock cardinals and Braves at three tonight Dodgers and nationals at six forty I will of the Yankees and twins on the fan coverage eight o'clock first pitch eight forty Louis Severino Jake or re see are the stars there we have time you wanna hear the sterling grand slam hand CD France Saturday yep this was pretty electric.
"three hundred twenty one" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Is the football the colts have the lead sixty three with three forty four to go in the opening frame homes under center today one for the call to take over plus territory inside the G. thirty five yard line I will just a minute this was the last thing I expected to see and even after the first quarter when the chiefs scored on their first two possessions it seemed as though well all the kids a city where just warming up except this turned into a low scoring affair at arrowhead the calls were up thirteen ten at the half and it was the same score after the third quarter so weird the colts decided they didn't care whether or not it was the fat a clean pleasing they were going to dominate the football they were going to dominate time of possession you know what's beautiful about running the football effectively if you run the football you control the football if you control the football you keep the other team's best weapon off the field what if the chiefs and its potholes and we've seen other teams try this would say Peyton manning with Tom Brady with Aaron Rodgers the best way to limit what the the lead quarterback can do is keep them on the sidelines and in the case of my homes watching from the bench after he tweaked his ankle and the biggest turning point the the most effective drive for the colts when all of the thirty five yards have you ever heard of such a thing fourteen plays eight and a half minutes thirty five yards eight eight minutes all they could gain was thirty five yards it wasn't even a touchdown drive but it kept the ball away from homes and the chiefs a end Frankreich in the cold well they are the masters of the fourth down conversion it also featured a pair of fourth down conversions and then the second call you here with Matt Taylor on the call to radio network was a bit of vindication for one Justin Houston who is now with the cold Kansas city going for their fourth down conversion all the next drive after they trailed sixteen to ten I have no idea why they gave the ball to Damian Williams because even if Houston had it dragged him down behind the line he was not going through the line there was no space and the office of life for the chief got no push but either way it didn't matter because Houston dragged him down from behind and had a bit of a friendly gesture toward the cold thank and I have no doubt the chiefs saw it as well like you know I used to play here peeps the after hours with Amy lords on CBS sports radio so as to Kobe burset notes this was every bit a total team effort they all had to pitch it or they were coming away with the W. you knows awesome to be able to come out here and in a place like this I guess a a team like that took a total team effort today and you know the way you know both all three phase of the played played today you know it took all of us the last the last now and and that's what today was what we had to do I feel like just as often as a whole we were we were productive Israel's passing running protected I thought there was times not there is guys open and the man covers all missing them U. K. when they're in a close fought game you can't miss it touched on would be Robbie can't miss Travis on when you're backed up and you try to get out of your hands on Patrick my homes I had a a weird game and there's got to be a little bit concerned about his ankle so he got stepped on by its own offense of linemen after there was a sack in which he kind of tweaked it and so he waved off the training staff in the third quarter and said no no leave me alone and they did they left him alone he didn't get any medical treatment but he clearly could not escape and scamper and extend plays the way that he is used to but it's often the blind wasn't giving him any protection either so the colts were dominating that deep but the fly you know what's insane Frankreich is missing all of the starters both offense and defense of late and yet they look like bullies on the field on Sunday night football mon twenty two of thirty nine he did have three hundred twenty one yards and a touchdown but sacked four times and really limited but mostly limited by the fact that he wasn't on the field in the second half but well third quarter will just take a third quarter snapshot the ball fewer than three minutes no they didn't do enough with their possessions to keep the football the cheese could run the ball at all and again credit the colts for that it's not as though the chiefs had to throw the ball because they were so far behind no they were never more than one score behind but they couldn't find any space and so the chiefs are limited to thirty six yards rushing while the colts do what the cold to do when they're effective they rely on Marlon back they dominate time of possession so mac with a hundred thirty two yards on the ground the team a hundred and eighty and they had the ball fourteen more minutes forty minutes longer than did kids the city Errol head you couldn't have asked for better execution of a game plan it so my goal boring but I hear it from NFL players both present and past over and over to win in this league you have to be able to run the ball we had that feeling starting on Wednesday with the way we practice it was by far our best we could practice of the since we've been here and particularly on defense it was good in all three phases but particularly good on defense and obviously that showed that I come in on this place again sat offense and to do what our defense did today was on real Frank Reich in the Indianapolis Colts now free and to tie with the Texans atop the AFC south and I know we're early we always talk about the prices and generally within a month those surprise story lines have changed and morphed into something else but the cold half to be one of the early season surprises Andrew luck retirees days before the season kicks off and yes to Kobe birth that's been in the system so they are a little bit of a head start because it wasn't already in season and they were already anticipating Andrew luck so they did have a few days and maybe those few days helped but what really helps is the fact that they have a running game that can dominate it's not pretty but you know what's wonderful wins and the call to get our three into above five hundred in the AFC south it's gonna be a bear as the NFC north so we'll get to not Sunday night football but Sunday afternoon football next eighteen T. stadium it was a reunion of two of the more high profile teams in the NFL the Green Bay Packers the Dallas Cowboys what you see on the football field on Sunday you can find me on Twitter AOL radio will also take your phone calls eight five five two one two four two two seven at eight five five two one two four CBS it's after hours with Amy Lawrence here on CBS sports radio no.
"three hundred twenty one" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Thousand nineteen Capital One. extras. ten straight wins for Ohio state including for a lopsided scores this year but the top its past for the fifth ranked Buckeyes comes tonight in link in against the Nebraska Cornhuskers hi everybody read either with you from our Westwood One studios thank you for joining us today we will talk to Ohio state head coach Ryan day coming up his team has yet to play meeting full fourth quarter yet one Nebraska his face that and more so far in the first month of the season in overtime loss to Colorado after blowing a seventeen point halftime lead and then last week coming back from fourteen down the third quarter to win at Illinois in the big ten opener forty two thirty eight was the final the Cornhuskers overcoming four turnovers head coach Scott frost knows his team will need to clean up those mistakes they have a shot against Ohio state tonight I don't think there's any question we're playing one of the best teams in the country when you look at their line up across the board it's hard to find any weak spots I think they got guys have a transplant Sundays about every spot you know but our guys are are ready to to challenge him ready to try and I think we got have a mature enough team to look this channel is in the eye and and rise to the occasion a little bit I think we'll have a great fan support to help us do it we got nothing to lose but to go out and. get everything we got to see where the chips fall a cornerback AG Martinez number one of the big ten in total offense averaging three hundred twenty one yards per game while the Nebraska defense leads the big ten with ten take away is one of their captains as Darien Daniels a grad transfer from Oklahoma state came to Lincoln play was younger brother Damien also on the defensive line I spoke to Gary in this week and asked him what he's learned about this team of the two road games the overtime loss to Colorado and that big second half comeback last week Illinois one thing that I learned is that we do a good job of we do a good job of bouncing back that I think that was that was pretty huge for us this past game is is is is bouncing back and one thing that we take pride in is is facing the little the little things down the Colorado game we really expose ourselves in there was a lot of little details that that we definitely could have sharpened up on and do the the past two weeks we've we've and as you know chipping away at those little things in going to this we there's going to be really huge for us I know the final score says you gave up thirty eight points in Illinois last week but the defense only allowed two hundred ninety nine told a yard that was after a dominant performance against northern Illinois the week before that what are your thoughts about how the defense is performed so far this season of the divas up up what we've been doing a a pretty productive job there's still room for improvement no doubt about that I don't think that we've played our best football yet I think that throughout all the games we shown spurts spurts of greatness in a scene that'll film in US analysts see in that price so it gives us hope initials as well which I will love and basically we do have to keep working to what we're doing that on a consistent basis what do you think the atmosphere is gonna be like tonight first big ten home game in its Ohio state a top five team coming into your house. always of very is always good there's always a pretty girl vibe of the fans are so very supportive in are always very excited any give me a lot of companies going to the game knowing that I have a we have a huge huge crowd of support that that bond is no matter what just with game day coming to town I just think they give our fans a bit more to be excited about and I feel like it's going to just make them a little bit more craze and and really give us an advantage in this in this upcoming game now let me ask you about your quarterback cagey Martinez we know he's a dual threat he can beat teams with his army can be teams with his legs seeing him in practice every day what something that you see that maybe we don't see on the outside about his talent and maybe his leadership here very graded it a common things down an up tempo offense that we run with things moving so fast the level of comedy has is is actually contagious just nor like on the defensive and when things are moving fast on our side of the ball you know everybody is one thing that we have that that we have the better it is you know calm down and being able to communicate efficiently and we can come up nearly every day of practice and just might end up against him when they're with their sim given is because there's not there's not a fight of panic in him at all he's he's like he's he's done this before he's a technician at it and this is what they got for like he does the ministry and being a leader is remaining calm at all times now on the other side Justin feels he's got a similar skill set to Martinez what is the challenge trying to slow him and this Ohio state offense down just being disciplined to be at this point from what I've seen on film a lot of their big plays came from little errors that the defense had made and that's just one of those things that they are there one of those things that there there's always fish and everything that they do and they find the little things that you that you're bad it and they take full advantage of it and everyone have a it would have a good game against them we can't have those the little middle area. a little little position there is that a lot of things with it because I know they'll definitely to get it Nebraska defensive lineman Darien Daniels before the Cornhuskers take on Ohio state tonight in Lincoln Darien thank you very much for a few minutes best of luck thank you the big ten a home opener tonight for Nebraska it is number five Ohio state coming in the link in an interview with Buckeye's head coach Ryan day is coming up next to listening.
"three hundred twenty one" Discussed on KOMO
"The Seahawks were actually second on the list of priciest tickets at an average of three hundred twenty one dollars that's your money now I'm Jim Tesco como news. the CDC is investigating five deaths and more than four hundred fifty cases of severe lung disease in thirty three states that are blamed on vaping deaths linked to the long illness have been confirmed in Illinois Indiana Minnesota Oregon and California the CDC believes those cases are associated with chemical exposure federal health officials are urging people to stop using E. cigarettes especially young people and pregnant women and New York state is now weighing in to the centers for disease control and prevention now investigating hundreds of respiratory illnesses and several deaths linked to vaping so governor Cuomo he's echoing the state health departments recent advisory that's no one should use vaping products until these illnesses are studied further is an investigation ongoing nobody knows exactly what it is this some suggestion that is willing to fight Manny if Scott Pringle NBC news radio New York health updates Saralee Kessler N. B. C. news radio. according to a new study looking at the past twenty years the rate of suicide in rural areas across the country is way up here's ABC sherry Preston between nineteen ninety six and twenty sixteen more people in metropolitan areas died by suicide but if you look at the numbers across the country the suicide rate is much higher in more isolated areas researchers speculate the lack of social contact low income and reliance on government assistance may be driving it the economic realities of farming may also play a role Thomas Finn out and runs a hotline where those struggling can seek help have our calls have been from loved ones a spouse or a child who is very concerned about their mother or father he was side rates across the country jump forty one percent over the twenty years of the study Sherri Preston ABC news. triple a traffic every ten minutes on the force legal blocking accidents report construction continues in Snohomish county on a highway to the eastbound and westbound ramp from highway nine closed until five o'clock in the morning in Seattle northbound I. five at pine street watch for two right lanes closed for work road work until four thirty in the morning and into a coma southbound I. five itself thirty eight the on ramp to south five is closed your next port coming up at one oh four J. Phillips komo news. closed Tuesday morning everybody still a few showers out there today including for the morning and the afternoon commutes but we're going to start to see some more sun breaks peppered in between them chance today there for a little bit warmer things to that.
"three hundred twenty one" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Us on YouTube or my favorite Facebook simply search the top of music city Hey so my partner in crime money more he is not with us this evening but I am so lucky to have the one and only Dustin black in the studio welcome Dustin thank you so much Karen I'm happy to be here yes is exciting yes I am so excited because you are in for a treat all of those listeners out there that are business owners those that are looking to grow your business Dustin has an amazing a moving company here to keep it in the theme of real estate so a great residential moving company called black time moving and really excited to talk about your story this evening at talk about how it's important to have a moving company a quality moving company on your side and you know how you can make the process go really smooth by the end of their move as well so excited to have you here so welcome thank you so much as exciting a love what you guys are doing in educating the national community on real estate and all these other topics this is a this is amazing yes well thank you so much so does stand your story is one I always say that you want to take pause and listen closely because we have something in common from your previous career in the mortgage world but I love hearing your story because you you know saw a need and you really just made a business around that need right correct correct and so share a little bit about your story I know its goes a little bit back there sure yeah sure I'll take you way back I love it so I grew up in Memphis Tennessee so not far from Nashville obviously and my father owned a you know just a small family business in in the moving industry so he started a his moving company when I was four years old when he got out of the army and I grew up working for my father and and you know since I was old enough to carry a box probably about nine years old and he had a an incredible you know he had an incredible company and it was small and and you know he had he had built and worked really hard but you know unfortunately you know a slow moving business one of our biggest I guess rocks in our shoes is really you know the the labor force and his men would not show up in there for I was always his insurance policy so in till I was about eighteen and and got out of high school I work for his meeting coming up and move furniture and and you know answers phones and you know just past his operation and you know it really taught me a lot about work ethic I know when when my friends were playing in you know doing all this fun stuff you know I was moving furniture at all in the summers and and on the weekends and you know back then I really didn't really didn't understand why right put me through you know all of that he didn't just you know let me go have fun and play with other kids but which I got plenty of time to do that as well but he really did permit put me to work in he when I was nine he would actually go out and and not charged to customers obviously for for a child working on the job sites what but he would pay me out of his pocket and and he would you know give the give the customers money to tip me and and make me feel like it or a great job in an inspired me to to do more in and keep working hard so that was you know that was yeah I guess I got about nine years you know moving experience before I was in high school and I got hurt playing ball when I was in high school severed my meniscus my patella tendon and I lost my scholarships and unfortunately you know we were real wealthy family my parents can afford to send me to college and I really did I didn't know what I was going to do so my dad said well now you can stay home and run the family business and I said absolutely not you see because I grew up kind of despising the industry not because I had to work so hard as he is a young kid and you know most kids don't like to work really hard right to play and have fun but really the people that I was around it was working along side you know I took a lot of pride in what I did is my father's company and and a lot of these other guys just didn't and you know they would damage clients furniture you know you really never knew I mean a lot of more felons and you know try again excellent and you know there's not a long line of people that are that are lining up to come move furniture for you know ten dollars an hour and just obviously it's very hard work and and not a lot of pay back then so you know we you know we are kind of group can despising the industry almost just because of the people that I had to kind of go into these clients homes with and you know when I got a when I got out of high school I moved to Dallas fort worth and and got into the apartment leasing okay was making like thirteen dollars an hour and they give me a place to live and I was like man sign me up right but you know it was so again my customers were we're moving right there near into their apartment complexes and always heard these horror stories right like we've all heard somebody or had you know obvious most would probably experience worse as the horrible you know these horrible moving experience is a horror story so you know I continue to you know just listen to our customers take feedback I think grew and got into the mortgage industry and started in the mail room at countrywide bank America home loans and grew to be the national cells chair there and I did up opening my own mortgage company shortly after and I sold it about a year and a half after I started okay and that was in two thousand eleven there was a my partners were was a big asset made sure they decided they are the majority unfortunately and they decide to sell but give me a little pay out and and I was like man it was kind of burned out of the mortgage industry had been extra done that's all it really right on other than you know Lisa apartments in my professional career when you look back thinking back like everything happens for a reason you know yeah you're so probably blessed now that they force you to sell at the time absolutely yeah because I would I would probably still been right in that industry yeah SO in and nothing you know nothing is mortgage industry it's a great yeah yeah but you know we did have a because this was a you know right after the two thousand right thousand nine mortgage crisis and the industry was was pretty shaky at the time so you know I I went to time we we had a me my wife for building we're having her first baby we were building our first home and I was kind of looking for a job you know to me in a started of venture capital firm and did that for about six months out of my house and I was like man reading executive summaries all day is not in you know in in my in my house is not really you know what I passionate about yeah so during this house we had this with this move coming up and I called all the you know top companies all the the international companies learn our area I asked a lot of friends and family and we we ended up choosing one obviously and and they showed up to our home on on move day and it was a big day for us obviously there's it's a very stressful time in a consumer's life they say death divorce and moving yes or no and the stressful things we do sometimes more than one of those are occurring at the same time and you know it was you know that morning I remember opening my door in the six guys walking up to me and I didn't know if I was gonna get moved a rod you know I mean they were you know they look like they just crawled out of the federal penitentiary you know the tattoos on their face and and you know not in uniform there smoking cigarettes in my front yard and it pulled in a beat up truck that had nasty moving Blake it's almost like you know that I've I didn't try to find the cheapest moving company hired actually the the top independent moving company in the nation okay and they they came in and over three days move move my household a damaged about thirty thousand dollars worth of my goods and charge me like thirteen thousand dollars to move all my and after a yes two months claims process they sent me a check for three hundred twenty one dollars to replace with thirty thousand dollars and in person that they damaged and you know we I was like twenty eight twenty nine of Simon and so like I just had the money to go out and place them right so all of these things that we've invested you know so much in our in our home and and you know really just our families to our stuff it doesn't matter how much it costs or stuff it's it's valuable to us so I had so I had to just a terrible consumer experience and you know after all the research that I did I was in the the mortgage industry I sent a kind of just a whole email out to my roots are to my real estate database and they said do you have a you know do you have a moving company that you referred and recommend if so who and if not why and ninety three percent of them sent me an email back the ninety three percent of respondents say they said they did not and that you know for a for a multitude of reasons the gerbil comfortable with you know referring moving companies because there's so many things that could go wrong thank you they didn't it's a it's traditionally known as a very poor service level industry so we you know I I kind of took all that feedback in our design black time moving really for the consumer because really people really do we deserve to be you know served at a much higher level it's such a stressful time in our life yes and they're really I just didn't see you know a company that filled all of Kim's those consumers needs of the homeowners need so that's when the black type brand was born and that was two thousand thirteen April two thousand thirteen with her first move and I think we're coming up on move number like sixty six thousand in that five years so that is amazing it's been exciting and you know we're we're in we have about thirty five locations across the country started in Dallas and moved into the move back to home state of Tennessee and love it at this location and then our national location that just kind of started to spread like wildfire after that so amazing this is this is exciting well we're so excited to have the CEO of black time moving here with us this evening and just talk about you know business growth in you know thinking outside the box you know sticking and need in the industry in creating a business around it is one that we all can learn from and there's so much more we want to talk about want to talk about the Inc five thousand there some exciting news.
"three hundred twenty one" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"three hundred twenty one" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Hours, she's seventeen days three thousand three hundred hundred twenty one days. Don't know right there. That's we don't need that. We don't need to have them. Relive, the horrors of, you know, those eighteen hours of those four days, or whatever I understand if they come together to offer her advice on on what to do day to day, and what helped to to seek and all that. But this TV special is making them relive all the horrors that they survived through and what for our entertainment. But this is the same thing that I think this is tapping into why you like for example in to generalize. Why women are interested in these true crime stories is because they want to learn how to prevent themselves from being victimized. Okay. I mean, that's a very guttural painting it with a pretty broad already been victimized. So I know people want to watch it to make sure that they're not I would agree with you in say. Say that this is an incredibly exclusive club that could and should reach out to Jamie, Kloss and say, we know what you're going through. And we would do everything we could to help you out. But it does not need to be on television. I do not need to know that Katie beers was ten years old when she was abducted by a family friend had held in coffin-sized underground bunker for seventeen days. Listen to this line though, from from the show, and I wanna ask you a question here forgiven their captor, that's Elizabeth smart who is the sort of the moderator for all of this here.
New Zealand says it has not seen Sri Lanka link
"Coleman. Officials in Sri Lanka's say investigators are working with their counterparts in other countries, including the FBI to learn more about the attackers behind Sunday's multiple bombings. Sri Lanka's defense minister says the attacks were in retaliation for the Christ Church. Mosque attacks last month in New Zealand and Islamic state has claimed responsibility for this relaunch kebob means no evidence has surfaced to support their claim still three Lanka's president Ronald Wickremesinghe. It believes there was foreign involvement all that renew earlier that data foreign links, and that this could not have been done just that have been training UN and a quality nation. Retrea are not seen. Sri lankan. Authorities have increased the death toll from the bombings to three hundred twenty one people hundreds of others remain
"three hundred twenty one" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You to make better money moves I had all kinds of topics but taxes are so critically important, especially this time of the year. I did miss on the tax free municipal bond. And I wanted to talk about the yes taxable equivalent yields. Yes. You were you were talking about you. Call them silos, whatever you wanna call them. I it's a form of asset location is what it is. There's a tax free. You can have tax free money. In other words, money that grows tax free. You can have tax deferred money such as you might find in certain annuities. You can have a would say pre tax money such as a traditional IRA, and then you can have taxable personal money on the tax free side. You mentioned the Roth is a Roth IRA or one k. You said a reverse mortgage could be good for some people older. A after age sixty two life insurance forms of life insurance. Don't get wigged out. Yes. Certain forms of life insurance can and now you were talking about what you get minimal bonds, and so many people, especially the wealthier tend to really focus on the tax free immune, Yvonne, and there is a point at which your tax bracket is so high that the taxable equivalent yield for an equivalent risk if you will. The works to your advantage buying a municipal bond. But I would contend John that there are a lot of people that by municipal bonds that probably shouldn't. And I'll explain why if you go back to our tax bracket chart, and we look at the twenty four percent income tax bracket. It ends at an income of three hundred twenty one thousand dollars by the time you add the personal exemption on your about three hundred and fifty grand. So if you're over three hundred and fifty thousand dollars in your and a high income tax state when you can get the triple tax free municipal bond, it may actually work well for you a triple tax free bond would be free from federal tax free from state tax and free from local taxes. That's the trifecta. I would suggest that many people that are buying municipal bonds may be in the twenty two percent or twenty. Four percent income tax bracket. And if they're in a low tax state, or even if they're in a, you know, a high tax state, they're probably not paying the California thirteen point three percent. You gotta be a multimillionaire, the pay that one. But you're probably in about the thirty percent income tax bracket, so to calculate your taxable equivalent yield, you take the number one, you subtract your tax bracket. Whatever that may be if it's thirty percent, that's point three. So if you know, you you you so one minus point three gives you point seven, and you divide whatever your return is on the Muny bond. So today, you can do an intermediate term California tax-free Muny and get about two percent. So let's say it's two point. Oh nine percent. That's the last one. I saw that'd be a little bit higher today. And you divide that by point seven, which is one minus. Tax bracket a thirty percent. So point seven divide gives you a two point nine eight percent taxable equivalent yield. So if you're going to buy a municipal bond at two percent, and you could get three and a half percent and a CD as an example you'd rather by the scene because it's better than two point nine eight. That's the point. I know there's a lot of numbers there. I was trying to follow. I mean, I know what you're talking about. You may have to bottom line this though because when people hear this tax Bill equivalent yield. What you're saying is that there's actually a greater benefit, especially if you're wealthier to to perhaps buying those because your your yield goes up. In the sense that you're not paying taxes on this is that that's kind of what you're saying. Yeah. Absolutely. So in other words, you need to figure out if you have an intermediate term bond fund a CD and annuity and a municipal bond fund or bonds, all in different silos, you need to look at what the impact is of each of those on your effective and or marginal tax bracket, which I'll get to in a second. Because I know there's been some confusion on that. So all I'm suggesting is before you just run out and say, I'm gonna buy a tax free municipal bond mutual fund because I'm in a high thirty three percent income tax bracket. I would have to ask you a couple of questions. The first question is do you need the income from that fund or you just doing it because you want some safe money in your portfolio because if you're not going to spend the money, then we have to look at all of the. Above options, if you are going to spend the money, then what can I get in a CD? What is the duration on the fund, for example, the fund I talked about an intermediate term Muny bond fund in the state of California probably has a six year duration. What does that mean? Well, that's the risk that you run. If interest rates were to go up one percent, the six translates into a minus six on your principle. So if you put one hundred thousand dollars in and you got two percent on a tax free municipal bond and interest rates went up one percent, and you sold you'd get ninety four thousand bucks back so ninety four thousand plus your two thousand and interesting ninety six thousand you're still down four grand. So you've got to make a determination if in a rising interest rate environment that tax free municipal bond with the six percent. Ration- is worth the investment. Now in a traditional bond fund. You might not earn two percent. You might earn four percent four percent. And you're gonna pay thirty percent of that in taxes or one point to subtract that that puts it what two point eight percent is two point eight percent better than two point zero nine answer. Yes. What's the duration on that particular bond fun? Well, it's six as well. So you have the same risk. And that's the point that I was trying to make a, you know, you don't want to have a duration of fifteen and a higher yield because your risk is higher. You've got to compare an apple to an apple a banana, I want my adviser to compare it for me. Well, John that used to be me who is it. Now. You're doing it yourself. So it's it's so important, and I'm not trying to confuse you, folks. But John just brought up a really really important point. And that is and he had this discussion with your adviser. You have has drawn out different silos to manage your taxes as well. And I would suggest to you. That it's not just your tax bracket in two thousand nineteen that I would be concerned about it's what does it look like in the future? I was talking to a fellow the other day, and actually it wasn't. It was a lady the other day and. Between the two of them. They're going to inherit something like half a million bucks each and that's going to happen in the very near term. So what impact will that have on their tax bracket in twenty twenty twenty twenty one and so forth, and how do you structure their income when it's gonna come out? Because remember we talked about dividends dividends from stocks may be a pretty decent way to get some income later on. But what I don't want to do is. I don't want to use my stock market money for income if I can avoid it. If I have ample monies, set aside in other silos of tax free or tax deferred money. So that I can reinvest dividends my stock dividends the dollar average. I will likely do better by doing that than spending the dividends now fifteen years from now, I might be. Be just fine and dandy at eighty years old taking some dividends, and they in fact, maybe tax free, depending on how I've structured my other investments dividends are taxed differently sorta like capital gains tax differently, depending what tax bracket you're already in. But in general, I think they're all lower is are they not the dividends are all lower. You know, they they max out at about twenty three percent for the super wealthy. What you're talking about is ultimately getting to the point where you're old enough. We're taking those dividends out and using them perhaps as income isn't going to be as detrimental to you as it would have been if you tried to do this at sixty or fifty five other not guaranteed. So it's always better to take monies? That are guaranteed not to go down a dividends can be cut. Although it's rare, especially when we're talking about the aristocrats the other day, and I want to take other position because I'm not selling them. I don't think that you blow your money and the dividend aristocrats because the minute they cut a dividend. Of course, the aristocrats are many of them are borrowing money Exxon Mobil, great company, but you know, their financials haven't looked good really for the past eight or ten years, but yet they've increased their dividend every year because they're part of the aristocrat. So I don't wanna be. Overly sales E ON certain strategies, this is where your advisor needs to get into the nitty gritty with you. And it's just as well in my opinion to buy a dividend. Paying mutual fund that's actively managed.
"three hundred twenty one" Discussed on KOMO
"Senate Republicans point the numbers that show as many as sixty percent of students with need grants don't finish their education. So they question if an additional three hundred twenty one million dollars over four years is worth the cost. Ryan harris. Komo news, though is on the agenda for the full Senate today, but it was not heard before. The chamber at journed for the day. There is a lot of unpaid Renton bills for students have Seattle's Art Institute who say they never received thirteen million dollars in stipends that are not of their federal financial aid a student. Daniel von believes the original owners committed a cow accounting fraud that sold the school to dream center. Education holding school to learn the tools that you need to know they dropped the ball here before the sale on that it's been a lot of learning on your own. And then like I said as soon as they couldn't squeeze any more money out of it. They sold it and send it off the next suckers. I guess schools are in the hands of a receiver which says in federal court documents, the thirteen million dollars was just not there when it took over federal rules require the schools pay that money to students than ask for reimbursement. So the receiver says trying to put together a workaround, so the students get paid spanaway woman is charged after her German shepherd attacked an eight year old boy, komo's Eric Heintz reports the Forty-one-year-old spanaway woman is scheduled to be arraigned later this month on a charge. Of being an owner of a dog that attacks according to charging documents the woman walked out of her car as her dog followed in may twenty seventeen the dog then latched onto the boy who was playing with his sister in the street. Doctors said the boy sustained severe disfiguring to the neck and puncture wounds to his left shoulder and back. The boy's family sued the woman and a judge ordered her to pay more than one hundred and eighty thousand dollars to the family..
"three hundred twenty one" Discussed on KOMO
"This happened Monday and body Cam footage shows officer Erwin Mackey cautiously approaching a woman you can see her sitting on a ledge on the overpass stretches above four zero five year Southcenter. She has her back turned to him. She staring at traffic below Mackey. No, she could jump at any second. He quickly snatches her and pulls her to safety woman was taken to the hospital to get help in police say this is a good reminder, call them if you ever see someone in distress. Charlie Harger, KOMO news, say grants for Washington college. Students would go to all who qualify. Under a Bill up for discussion. In state Senate today comes Ryan Harris has more right now students from families who make less than seventy percent of the state's median income have to line up and hope they are among those who get a need grants. The Bill would turn that into the college promise program a guarantee of aid for all who qualify including those in certificate and apprentice programs Ivan herald president in Tacoma. Community. College says many of his low income students are the first in their families to go to college. So they do all they can to help them we offer food pantry and low cost bus passes. We also participating the college housing assistance program. That's coma. Housing authority, which provides vouchers to students who are experiencing homelessness and housing, insecurity. And Senate Republicans point the numbers that show as many as sixty percent of students with need grants don't finish their education. So they question if an additional three hundred twenty one million dollars over four years is worth the cost. Ryan harris. Komo news Bill is on the agenda for the full Senate today, but has not yet been heard KOMO news time four.
Fighting for their lives: The Ontario battle over autism funding
"Heard the stories desperate mothers somehow lifting entire cars off of their children are fighting off wild animals to save their babies. There's not much research supporting that phenomenon but if you wanna see in an action politically at least in Canada, head to Queens Park, the provincial government legislature in downtown Toronto. All of all of the. I'm lose out. All of these kids are going back into the schools without the support they need without the therapy. They need this evidence. He's cats are desperate. See couple of weeks ago. Doug, Ford's conservative government announced changes would be coming to autism funding in the province. We'll get to the details of that funding. But suffice it to say that for parents of autistic children who've spent years battling for every scrap of help for their kids. It was not a welcome. And so these parents did what they've been doing since their children were born they called, and they showed up and the organized, and they fought with everything they have. Will the government backed down in the face of that orig- on Monday, Tori, MPP gave the premiere and the minister of children's services a standing ovation. So not yet. Anyway, is there was there ever a good way to handle the autism file and Ontario has any government gotten this issue? Right. And has Ford's government, which is held tough too many reforms in the face of anger from across the province finally met, the people that it should not under any circumstances. Have messed with. What happens next? I'm Jordan heath Rawlings. And this is the big story, Cynthia mulligan is the city news reporter at Queens Park. She's been covering this file for years since since it's been a file. How chaotic has the past week being at Queen's Park. Has been incredibly chaotic and you have to remember the session only just resumed on Tuesday. And by Wednesday all the media here in the gallery felt like we had already been at it for three months, right? It's very intense lots of emotions I mean, lots of parents, come in just absolutely desperate begging for help for their for their child. And they're they're desperate because they think that they're going to lose all hope for their child with with autism. So take me back to the beginning of the changes to the autism funding that that started this outcry well early February, I think it would February six minutes. Lisa MacLeod made an announcement. They they were talking about changing the rules around autism therapy and keeping buying and I've stressed this. My stories no government has ever gotten this. Right. It had it is a difficult. File it is challenging and parents have had to fight. Over and over and over again for years for their child to get them the funding that they need because autism therapy can cost up with eighty thousand dollars every year for the intense therapy. So we knew that the liberals back in two thousand sixteen tried to change the wait list and they backed down after about three months because the parents were so upset and then and so they eliminated the cop on age. That's a big distinction. Parents don't want their child to age out of therapy at the age of six they wanted to continue on. But we do know research suggests that the more intense therapy, the earlier the better, but it doesn't mean that you have to cut it off. And that it has no impact whatsoever. After the age of six which is what parents are arguing for. So I'm sort of going around in circles here, but minister McLeod inherited a massive, wait list. She says it's twenty three thousand and I've been doing this story for oh my God decades and. You have kids who are on the wait list therapy for years before they get off the wait list and get their Affi that they need, and it's a massive problem. And it grew that weightless grew under the liberals' Doug Ford promised to make it better. What they decided to do is eliminate the weightless within eighteen months and give more children less therapy. And they're capping the therapy. And it's also capped based on age. So a child under the age of six will get twenty thousand dollars worth of therapy a year, and then once they turn fix they'll get five thousand dollars worth of therapy a year. And remember it's it can be up to eighty thousand a year. So parents are absolutely devastated and desperate, and they say that their child will not get enough therapy. We've been showing up Queens Park. Yes. And they are promising many rallies. I have heard that there's one on Wednesday. And there's also another one being planned for early March. Next week, and but they have been coming. They've been packing the gallery they've been in the hallways. Just absolutely devastated. And you know, they they are very impactful because they are coming and there's just up salute fear in their eyes there crying, and they're desperate. They have nowhere to turn. They've run out of money. You know, one woman was telling me I've used up all my IRA Ps. I've I've remortgaged my house, I begged my family and friends for years. And now, I've got nothing left. Can you give me a sense of the scope of this problem? How much money is at stake, and how many kids are we talking about an Ontario? There are roughly forty thousand children with autism and on -tario right now the budget for the autism file is three hundred twenty one million dollars. Do we have any sense of how long these plans have been in preparation for have have we done any has the government done any research gone back to two experts where did this come from and win. Well. It's interesting because ministers taking a lot of backlash over the experts that have endorsed this file, and I've been trying to ask her tell me, the experts that said this was a good idea, and she points to Holland, bluer view, and Chico which is a hospital in Ottawa, but their diagnostic centers, and what she did was she doubled the money for diagnostics. So it would make sense that they would think that that's a good plan. But I said to her okay? But what expert authorities said it's a good idea for you to give more children far less funding. She pointed to the two diagnostic centers as well as Aaron oaks who did write an Email in support of her and this plan, but I have contacted them repeatedly. And they won't answer my questions about it. Now about what they thought was a good idea.
"three hundred twenty one" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"What's the name? I've not heard big blonde dragging Shabina zamzam yawn the picture somewhere. Gary in one of the computers of mea neon. Or camping riding dirt bikes motorcycles or something like sitting both garner mouth are making a face at each other like. It's one of our computer folder photo folder somewhere. As a big big strong blonde guide be out in that. Out in the desert. Ride. Some motorcycles. He's got you all I hear what you're saying. If it's in there anyway yawn. Component one day, big strapping blond guy. Nice guy. Showed up in a brand new Ford ranger v six thirteen thousand dollar truck. And and it's like I bought it from gal Ford, everyone came out like big deal. Once the way member someone got a new car, and it was a big deal. Oh, boy back that I remember as an adult I like pulled into my garage with the new like a year ago. And I was like new car got a jagged book. Okay. We heard goes back down. Again. I was like nobody wants to see the new car new, and I'm like. How what happened like what's going on? I is it my family is at everyone this way. Like what the fuck with everything? Yeah. It's anyway, fucking great. But anyway, everyone would run out side and see yawns new Ford ranger v six and memory. I'm going once you step up from your piece of shit and get shelf ranger. And I was like I don't wanna do it. It's what do you pay? I pay three hundred twenty one dollars a month as I don't want that. I can't have that commitment. How could I do what I want to do with that? Yeah. I couldn't take a couldn't. The more that I have the less chance. I get to go. Do what I wanna do. Right. So I'm gonna drive around this piece of shit pickup truck and never get laid because I wanna shot at this. And I don't wanna be married to that. And it seems sorta smaller symbolic or something. But I meant it like, no kids, no mortgage. No pickup truck. No payments. No, nothing. Just this. Now first off if you're being irresponsible, you're only being.
President Vladimir Putin, Russia and Sonny Perdue discussed on Howie Carr
"Well the Kentucky Republican, said it's clear that Russia interfered with the last, election but the bigger question is if they will attempt to do it, again the Russians better-equipped messing around in our, elections they did it the last time they better not do. It, again, McConnell echo GOP house, speaker, Paul Ryan and, said Russian, President Vladimir Putin would not be welcome at the. Capitol if he visits Washington this? Fall The Trump administration says it will give up to twelve billion dollars in aid to. Farmers affected by, tariffs calling it. A short term solution the secretary of agriculture Sonny Perdue said the Trump administration, was working on long-term trade deals the bailout will not need congressional. Approval key federal. Agency is supporting legislation protecting the mashpee walks reservation, land in Massachusetts, the bureau of, Indian affairs acting director Daryl account says he submitted written. Testimony to congress stating, the agency supportive legislation enshrining the Cape Cod tries, three hundred twenty one acre reservation into law dozens of tribes nationwide have, also endorsed that Bill and the mega millions, lottery jackpot for tonight is now up to an estimated five. Hundred, twenty two million the cash, option, estimated at three, hundred eight, million mega millions is played in forty four states..