37 Burst results for "Three Milliondollar"

China's Evergrande Collapse Would Have 'Profound Consequences'

Wall Street Breakfast

01:27 min | 1 d ago

China's Evergrande Collapse Would Have 'Profound Consequences'

"Possibility of china property company ever grand is leading to concerns in markets. This morning as we saw shares of ever grant are off more than eleven percent today at the stock has fallen more than eighty percent this year as it struggles to meet debt payments. The company has more than three hundred million dollars in debt and has warned about default. It has a eighty three million dollar payments due on thursday for a march. Twenty twenty two bond according to reuters and this is leading to concerns of a domino effect as this would have an effect on other china and hong kong property developers and a systemic effect on the rest of the economy. That's according to jenny. Zang co head of asia fixed income at alleanza bernstein quote in the offshore dollar market. There is a considerable large portion of developers who are implied to be highly distressed. Zang said on cnbc. These developers quote can't survive much longer. If the refinancing cheinal continues to be shut but she played down the possibility of ever grant being akin to the collapse of lehman brothers noting that the fragmentation of the china property market is much less involved than lemans

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Fresh update on "three million dollar" discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

00:24 sec | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "three million dollar" discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"Overhead as really really a lot to do. That's a huge goal. A drop of twenty six percent overhead is is a tall tall order and that takes take a significant amount of time to accomplish that. This particular doctor. Sorry this this particular doctor has an associate. That's getting paid. Twenty thousand five forty three per month. The owner doctor is making twenty one thousand eight one eight per month. All of these expenses added together. And this doctor is actually losing fifteen thousand eight hundred thirty four dollars per month. Okay try to imagine a practice. That's two point three million dollars. That's losing fifteen thousand dollars per month. I'm not making.

Google Is Its Own Government, Cuts Texas Attorney General's Budget

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Google Is Its Own Government, Cuts Texas Attorney General's Budget

"Attorney general paxton. How many people do you have working for you. And the attorney general's office in texas so it's a total of about forty two hundred four thousand two hundred and you're saying that google has a lot of resources understand. How big these companies are. You have the understand the point. I'm making i mean you're the third largest state right or the second we're second we're actually selling. The census data second largest state in the country attorney. General's office is saying. Hey look we're going to try our best but like we're no google. Yes to show the size right amazing the money that they have a we have budgets and my entire budget for a two year period one point three billion which sounds like a lot of money six hundred and something million but a year which is a lot of money and we do a lot of great things with that money however if you think about google making you know hundred and thirty five billion a year and profits they could hire every attorney in texas they wanted to and every lobbyist in texas and i. We have to go up against that. There's no limit to what they can do. The experts they can i r- and and and what they can do to try to. You know go into a legislative session. Like i just went through where they try to lobby tab. My budget cut by twenty five percent. So really it's a force. They are a force. That's just one company that makes sense. Yes so google being its own government. Basically within our own country never should have been allowed to be this big or powerful comes in and says oh we don't like the attorney general's office in texas because their lawsuit is so brilliantly written. Let's go cut their budget. Because we have offices in austin and somehow we can justify and that's what they're willing to do absolutely. I think it's pretty smart. I mean if they get my budget by twenty five percent which was the strategy That makes it very difficult for me to carry. I actually asked also for money for the google case. I asked for forty three million dollars. Go fight go well they obviously. We're trying to fight that as well that imagine. I don't get the money to to fight him. But also lose the rest of my you know a high percentage of my budget and have to lay off a bunch of lawyers instead of ramping up to go fight them. That's nearly what happened.

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Fresh update on "three million dollar" discussed on Newscast - Africa

Newscast - Africa

00:56 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "three million dollar" discussed on Newscast - Africa

"You're listening to the news. Africa business radio the. Us justice department says that six six million dollars from me. Cottrill vice president children cuomo beyond manga. We spent uncovered vaccines and other medical programs. In the west african state. An official statement says wherever possible kleptocrats will not be allowed to retain the benefits of corruption. The justice department says degree must've at ten point. Three million dollars of the money from the sale who were forfeited the us and the rest would be distributor to charity organization for the benefits or the people of guinea. Do you receive nineteen point two five million dollars but chater administer covet vaccines to at least six hundred thousand people in guinea. While the us based charities get six point three five million dollars for automatically programs in nicotera guinea. That was news. At the time on africa business radio it can continue to listen live online at. Www dot after business radio dot com of that mobile app. I am chicken on. So morty and thank you for listening..

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New Hampshire Town Loses $2.3M in Taxpayer Money to Cyberattack

Cyber Security Headlines

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

New Hampshire Town Loses $2.3M in Taxpayer Money to Cyberattack

"Hampshire town loses millions to email scammers. The town of peterborough reported. It lost two point. Three million dollars. As a result of business email compromise scammers which redirected bank transfers using forged documents. Sent to the peterborough finance department. The compromise was achieved using fishing and social engineering techniques. The town. I became aware of the issue on july. Twenty six when the convent school district reported. It didn't receive. Its one point. Two million dollar monthly transfer the us secret service cyberfraud task force is currently investigating the attack which originated from overseas. It's unclear if insurance will cover the lost funds and it's down for the transactions can be

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Arizona Governor Blocks Cash From Schools Mandating Masks

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Arizona Governor Blocks Cash From Schools Mandating Masks

"Arizona's Republican governor is upping the pressure on the growing number of public school districts defying a state ban on mask mandates Arizona is one of eight states that have banned mask requirements aimed at slowing the spread of the corona virus in public schools get at least sixteen Arizona school districts have such rules in place now governor Doug Ducey says those schools will not be eligible for a one hundred and sixty three million dollar grant program he's created out of the federal virus relief funds he controls the Republican has also created a ten million dollar grant program that mirrors the state's private school voucher program awarding parents seven thousand dollars for each student if the public school mandates masks gives preferential treatment to vaccinated children or requires isolating or quarantining due to covet nineteen exposure I'm Ben Thomas

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Seeking Reform, U.S. Holds $1.3 Million in Dues From WADA

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Seeking Reform, U.S. Holds $1.3 Million in Dues From WADA

"Seeking reform of the United States is withholding part of dues owed to the world anti doping agency on the eve of the opening of the Tokyo Summer Games U. S. officials say nearly half of the two point nine three million dollars in dues owed to the world anti doping agency will be held back until it becomes clear what reforms the drug fighting agency is undertaking Richard bomb of the White House drug control office told a congressional committee Wednesday one point six million dollars will be paid to water the U. S. first threatens to withhold dues last summer and water responded by suggesting it might sanction nations not paying their dues U. S. do is account for about seven point three percent of waters forty billion dollar annual budget hi Mike Rossio

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Carolina Panthers, OT Taylor Moton Reach Four-Year, $72M Extension

NFL Live

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Carolina Panthers, OT Taylor Moton Reach Four-Year, $72M Extension

"Taylor moton. The panthers offensive tackle agreed to four year. Seventy two million dollar contract that included forty three million dollars at sony. And so he becomes. We believe the only franchise tag player to get a deal done before. Today's deadline now. Keeping months and other franchise deals did go on alert this season. The giants gave leonard williams of big extension. The broncos gave justin simmons of big extension but on the last day the franchise players can sign long-term extensions. This season taylor. Moton appears to be the only one that got a deal on matt. Rhule's of big taylor moton fan and it was evident in the type of deal that they gave him today. A big deal for young offensive

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Titans Agree to Deal With Falcons for Julio Jones

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Titans Agree to Deal With Falcons for Julio Jones

"Seven time pro bowler and five time all pro Julio Jones is now a Tennessee Titan in an effort to shed fifteen point three million dollars in salary cap space eleven falcons traded the wide receiver to the Titans on Sunday for a second round pick in twenty twenty two and a fourth round pick in twenty twenty three Jones at thirty two years old isn't in the prime of his career anymore but is yet another weapon for Tennessee attacked that already boasts two thousand nineteen probable quarterback Ryan Tannehill twenty twenty offensive player of the year Derrick Henry and back to back one thousand yard receiver AJ brown Jerry takeover Nashville

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Christie's to Sell Isaac Newton's Notes for Greatest Work in London

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Christie's to Sell Isaac Newton's Notes for Greatest Work in London

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Christie's will auction Isaac Newton's notes for his greatest work next month Christie's has announced hand written notes containing Isaac Newton's jotted revisions to his master work the Principia will go up for auction July eighth in London Newton's mathematical principles of natural philosophy published in sixteen eighty seven set up the laws of gravitation and motion Christie's expects the revisions to sell for between eight hundred fifty thousand dollars and one point three million dollars the first edition of the book sold at auction for three point seven million dollars in twenty sixteen the page and a half of notes for a planned second edition includes comments and diagrams by Scottish mathematician and astronomer David Gregory hi Mike Crossey up

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Atlanta Councilman Antonio Brown, Who Voted to Defund Police, Has Car Stolen

The Larry Elder Show

01:40 min | 4 months ago

Atlanta Councilman Antonio Brown, Who Voted to Defund Police, Has Car Stolen

"Mayoral candidates has name antonio brown. I don't think he's a football player. And he is one of those who is a city council member and voted to defunding. The police are at least to move Millions of dollars out of the police. Seventy three million dollars out of two hundred and eighteen million dollar budget. Remove those for reinventing. The city's culture of policing had his car stolen broad daylight by a bunch of kids while he's standing there on was out of his car meeting with community leaders when he says a group of very young themes jumped in his car and took off oxides. Patty pan spoke to the councilman. She joins us now. Live tonight with more patty or five kids. Youngest apparently six or seven years old. But tell you yeah. Yeah you know the councilmen tells us that police actually have found his car but really. We don't have any other details than that. Now the councilman also said he'd never saw it coming. He tells us he was literally three feet three or four feet away from his car when he believes what appeared to be four. Young children says no more than eleven or twelve years old got into his car but really what's most shocking is he believes at one of the children was no more than six or seven years old and at the time you saw them he says they were holding a toy. There was no care for loss of life and for themselves or or my soul atlanta councilman and mayoral candidate. Antonio brown says what happened to him in his district in the dixie hills community in northwest atlanta is a perfect example of what is happening to our youth and why we as a society need to step up and help

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How dirt bikes and STEM ignite ingenuity in Baltimore | Brittany Young [TEST]

TED Talks Daily

08:10 min | 4 months ago

How dirt bikes and STEM ignite ingenuity in Baltimore | Brittany Young [TEST]

"Hi it's bryce dallas howard guest hosting today on ted talks daily. Here's a talk from an incredible ted fellow and the stem educator brittany young a community leader tackling national issues by turning passions into opportunities for stem education and career development. Hey ted talks daily listeners. I'm adam grant. I hosted another podcast. From the ted audio collective called work life and it's about the science of making work not suck next time the number of protests targeting firms. Today it's on the order of sixty times. The numbers that you would see and early tens employees activism is on the rise. But how can we use our voices effectively. And how can leaders manage all those voices find. Work life on apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you listen. I show people all around. Dc antiquites my guests engaged. I liked sprinkle in a fun factor to net. Stop dupont circle. Also here's a lifestyle tip for you. Try apple pay. You can now just tap with your phone or watch to get on the bus or train all over the dc area at your smart trip to the apple wallet then just have to ride apple. Pay on iphone now. Arriving on metro. Support for ted talks daily comes from odu odors suite of business. Apps has been you need to run a company. Think of your smartphone with all your apps right at your fingertips odu is just like that for business but instead of an app to order takeout or tell you the weather you have sales inventory accounting and more union the department we've got it covered and they're all connected joined the six million users who stopped wasting time and started getting stuff done go to odu dot com slash ted to start a free trial. That's od co dot com slash. Ted i want you to take this journey with me. Let's set the stage. Is a sunday in baltimore in a park. We endure a hill watching dirt bike. Riders go pash do tricks. Willies do stunts zipping. He hit the engines revving. Smell the gasoline. You could see the join excitement. Netface someone's probably learning how to fix the dirt bike way too expensive to buy. Then they can go to school. They can get a pop quiz or a test teacher. You'll account we all heard. And we've all hated train as leaving new york to cleveland. But they're here in baltimore. How does this relate. They don't get it. They fail the test and now they can hate then now. World can turned upside down. They can get on facebook instagram. Get a call or text. They can watch as their friend can become a hashtag. A kid in the wrong place wrong time lost to the streets loss of the system lost a gun violence or kick that could be arrested for dirt bike. Because of my city it can be a misdemeanor. Possession of dirk like this can be elected story for black kids across the country. And he's like miami. Cleveland atlanta philly. Whatever please had the dirt bike task force now. Acts yourself if the thing you used to relieve your stress if it was demonized would you still do it if it was criminal us. The answer is yes. That's the reality black people across the us right now. They've watched as we made room in. Cities escape borders bicycles in any other sport. They can watch tv in seattle games olympics on. Espn the style and stain ad campaigns and films but in baltimore would they have looked forward to would do. Right is get from all of it. No space no outlet just typical narrative. Like i said this is a communist story. I was a kid in the park. I wanted to be just like the big crowd is but i hate the fall. Instead i became like bill nye the science guy i was doing all kinds of experiments blown out burrows off glowing people to the chair and i may or may not have made stink bombs at school. They would describe me as a bad kid. Where they didn't see was all my jeans. My talent my voice was not hurt. Then i became that black girl from west baltimore working stem my first position. I was confused for the secretary was pissed but liquefying soon get more people in industry and it's one eight hundred. That's what i start doing. Working small groups for kids students teach them some activities then and twenty fourteen. I lost my little brother to the prison system. In twenty fifteen. I lost all faith. In system period. The world watched following a freddie gray uprising as possible burn. I wondered people go and listen. Where would it solutions. And where was investment into my community and twenty sixteen. I broke the system and became the founder and ceo of beat through sixty carbonell. I went back to my experience in park. I thought about the kids bikes those scales. People use to pay the bills just like mechanics mechanical news. We lane in system s sights the sign's behind popping best willie playing in dirt bike. It's home o'clock is busy quesion technology. The technology needed to get the best radio tires. So you don't have the channel asphalt engineering. The engineers needed to fix peg dirt bike. But the also get the best mac mac. 'em mathematics the math needed for the guests to oriole ratio. So you dirt. Bike does not explode then also gonna step further. I thought about the rights new only way to have programming solutions was ahead of them at because the people closest to the problem onto solution i thought about. Mike says he was six. He's rendered by geez when he seventeen graduating high school. He didn't know what you wanted to do but he knew he loved everything about their bikes and started working with us and beat through sixty. He's helped us. Educate kids trained by gratis and x twenty one. He's our lead instructor. He's created mates showed them across the country and he really represents the best to be three sixty at the corvallis. Work is constantly thinking about what people like. Like one for mike. He was a space. Basically work of students on our curriculum space. Keep training more. Riders and growing a skill sets a space where he no longer has skating but he has something his own city for him with your support and it's of more cities we can make this reality since two thousand seventeen. We've saved the city of baltimore about two hundred thirty three million dollars by dorm programming over seven thousand students. We saved the city of baltimore. One million dollars by growing workforce opportunities for people. Just like mike. That's less people that could possibly go to jail. Less money spent on dollars and cents of incarceration and more money going and saw black communities our leaders our culture and our voices. We don't need to black squares. We don't need your campaigns but will we do need as your dollars and cents behind us to make roach. We need more people like you and cities to believe in invest in our model of growing the people. What will you choose to be an ally being impact be the revolution be three sixty. Thank you hello there. I'm chris anderson. The guy lucky enough to run. Ted now has a podcast called the ted interview and this week on the show. I took someone really special name me. The woman married to jacqueline nova 'grats. She's been that he is learning how to use the tools of business to tackle global poverty got drawn into capitalism raised to the rank of religion. And now we have an opportunity to have a very different conversation. Find the ted interview. Wherever you listen to podcasts.

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Ex-UCLA Doctor Faces Additional Sexual Abuse Charges

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Ex-UCLA Doctor Faces Additional Sexual Abuse Charges

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a former UCLA doctor faces additional sexual abuse charges new criminal charges have been filed against former university of California Los Angeles gynecologist James heaps Los Angeles Times reported Monday after a grand jury's indictment was unsealed heaps was taken into custody Monday on one point one nine million dollar bail according to the newspaper scores of patients accuse heaps of sexual assault and sexual misconduct between nineteen eighty three and the twenty eighteen in November the university of California system agreed to was seventy three million dollar settlement in a class action lawsuit heaps has pleaded not guilty to charges involving seven women hi Mike Rossio

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Ninjas in Pyjamas Beat Team Liquid to Win the Six Invitational 2021

Esports Minute

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Ninjas in Pyjamas Beat Team Liquid to Win the Six Invitational 2021

"Six saw the conclusion of their six Invitational out of Paris. France eighteen teams came to compete and it all came down to two as ninjas in Pyjamas, 1 a.m. In the upper bracket finals and Team Liquid thought back to the lower bracket. After they lost the MIB. Our last week five straight lower bracket wins ending with a Revenge wind versus mibr in the lower bracket finals but the Grand Final featuring Nippon. Liquid would go to five games, albeit nip came with a one-game Advantage. Think that their upper bracket victories liquid fought as hard as they could take in games, three and four, but a lackluster performance in game. Five was the nail in the coffin in there. S, I run nip taking home the million dollar grand prize. A third of the three million dollar prize pool, total

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Oprah and CNN: AT&T is merging media business with Discovery

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Oprah and CNN: AT&T is merging media business with Discovery

"A massive merger in the business entertainment world there's another major player hopping into the streaming business AT&T has signed off on a deal that will see a combined it's huge Warner media assets with discovery incorporated eighteen tease assets include HBO and CNN while discovery operates networks like HD TV history N. T. L. C. the deal is worth forty three million dollars and it's not due to close until next year once it is consummated the media marriage will create a new publicly traded company that will write into a streaming arena that is already crowded with bigger and more established services like Netflix Disney and Amazon I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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UNHCR Calls for Renewed and Strong Support for the Rohingya Refugees

UN News

01:16 min | 4 months ago

UNHCR Calls for Renewed and Strong Support for the Rohingya Refugees

"With the rohingya refugee crisis now in its fourth year. Bangladesh needs robust support for the safety and wellbeing of its stateless. Exiles the un refugee agency unhcr said on friday moreover the covid nineteen pandemic has compounded vulnerabilities for refugees and host communities alike. Unhcr spokesperson andrea mahia. Sick call for renewed international commitment support and solidarity warning. This must not become a forgotten crisis. The twenty twenty one joint response plan for the row hinga. Humanitarian crisis is due to be launched at a donor conference on tuesday. The nine hundred forty three million dollar plan seeks to assist over eight hundred eighty thousand rohingya refugees and four hundred. Seventy two thousand bangladeshis in the surrounding cox's bazar district communities where some seven hundred forty thousand fled violence in me and mas racking state in two thousand seventeen co hosted by the governments of bangladesh the international organization for migration and unhcr the virtual twenty twenty one launch event will highlight the most important needs and ongoing humanitarian response

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Lloyd Price, Singer and Early Rock Influence, Dies at 88

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Lloyd Price, Singer and Early Rock Influence, Dies at 88

"Musician Lloyd price has died of complications from diabetes at a long term facility in new Rochelle New York according to his wife he was eighty eight I marches are a letter with a look at his career what price was known for songs like stagger Lee Lawdy miss cloudy and personality but he was so much more price credited being stationed in the U. S. army with a bunch of lawyers for his ability to read contracts he found a double L. records help stage the Thrilla in Manila and rumble in the jungle heavyweight prize fights ring construction businesses and sold his own food products plus as he said in twenty eleven he was a really good bowler the seventy three million dollars a year and only two percent ever shot three hundred I got six out

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Your Brain on Facts: Trivia Round-Up

Your Brain on Facts

02:06 min | 6 months ago

Your Brain on Facts: Trivia Round-Up

"Let's kick this off with a fact number one about the guinness world record. It only costs five dollars to apply for a guinness world record but if you want an official adjudicator with a stop watching a clipboard to come watch you do it. That'll run ten thousand dollars. An adult queen bee's body can be twenty five percent ovary by wait until sixteen. Seventy people thought that high f- life revolved around a king. Be a shocking assumption. I know until one was examined under a microscope. And the biologist was surprised by the size of the king's ovaries skylight. Charlie see-saw half moon regretful. Climb silence mill and patriotic shorter art racehorses. They were nicknames for the guillotine. Oh fellow brainiacs. I'm dan pugh. And i'm shana harrison. According to the oxford english dictionary. Elvis has left. The building is used to express. The finality of situation on a person has died or made a dramatic or notable exit as early as nineteen fifty-six the phrase was commonly used as a public announcement at the end of singer elvis presley's concerts to inform the fans. There was no possibility of his performing another encore so it was a literal usage. The phrases earliest figurative use was an allusion to his death on august sixteenth. Nineteen seventy seven. My favorite is to use it. When tents argument has just ended and both of the people in a storm off and then me and the other bystanders. All like oh. That was really weird. Yeah i could really lighten the mood. Join us on a whimsical adventure of idioms and other turns of phrase on bunny trails word. History podcast the groundbreaking movie. Akira was the most expensive anime when it was created in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight costing seven hundred million yen or about six point three million dollars five point. Three million euros adjusted for inflation. That's about fourteen million dollars today

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The Steelers cut Steven Nelson

Behind the Steel Curtain

03:28 min | 6 months ago

The Steelers cut Steven Nelson

"Want wanna start this show with stephen nellis fallout but not just steven nelson steven nelson and the steelers fallout. A lot of people were asking me. Ask the people on twitter saying. Hey gimme your questions. A lot of questions came about steven nelson. Because steven nelson was released from the steelers on tuesday and there is speculation. About what are they going to do with the eight million dollars a day saved. There's a lot of questions about what are they going to do. At the cornerback position There was a lot of questions just in general what happened. Why did they cut nelson. Why did they not cut hayden. Why there's we have more questions than we have answers. Let's put it that way. But the one thing i want to talk about is that where did the steelers go after this where the steelers go after. The news is already coming. Let's be honest. we knew this was coming. If you were if you listened. I said it other people on our platform said it. When steven nelson was granted the request to search for trade. He was as good as gone. The reason being is that no one in their right mind. Excuse me no one in their right mind meaning other. Nfl personnel would have put in a trade request when they knew that the steelers. We're going to cut him anyways. They knew they were going to release in. They knew they needed to salary cap space. They knew that he was the one that they were going to be. Getting rid of so. Why in the world would anyone put in a trade with you. Know he's going to be on the free market. The only team that would is if they're unbelievably needy for a cornerback in a have the draft capital trade. That didn't happen when it didn't happen over the weekend. I said it was going to be released and here. We are on tuesday. And that's exactly what happened. He was released. So i don't think this is necessarily nelson was underperforming. That hayden is better. I literally think this came down to finances. I think he came down to that. He saved them more money now. Mark volley of the athletic recently went on ninety three seven the fan in pittsburgh and said that he does not feel the steelers going to put money back into the team. I kind of disagree with that. I disagree with that for a couple of reasons number one. I think they already had about three million dollars in cap space. That's important to know. Prior to cutting steven nelson steven nelson gets cut. Now at eight million more simple math tells you that's eleven million dollars now when you have eleven million dollars you can sit on it. You're gonna need about three million to sign your draft picks yet you're gonna have to pay out injuries and things like that but they could still go out there and find someone they could still go out there and find a free agent. I'm pointing to the center physician mainly saying if they could just find a center there still are some serviceable centers out there on the open market. They could just find the center and they could be on their way to really shaping this team really and i said it before. I said it on my monday. Show if you missed it go back and check it out my. Let's ride podcasts on monday. I actually liked the way. This team is starting to take shape. I really do people want change in. You're getting it but sometimes it's not the change that you want or necessarily expect that doesn't mean that it's bad change. Sometimes there's change just for the sake change and sometimes there's changed for the better. I think so far. The news made and some of them. You know losing bud depre- losing by hilton losing tyson. Our wallet losing matt feiler. Oh those players. That's not changed that they could control the salary. Cap goes the one eighty two point five. They can't control that.

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A JPEG Sells for $70 Million, Creating a New Era of Digital Art Auctions

Business Wars Daily

03:51 min | 6 months ago

A JPEG Sells for $70 Million, Creating a New Era of Digital Art Auctions

"From wondering. I'm david brown in this business. Wars daily on this tuesday march twenty third. If you're an art collector with a spare seventy million lying around a rembrandt says on may be out of your reach. But you just might be able to score yourself. A lesser van gogh picasso or like someone last week. You own your own people digital montage. Oh you've never heard of people that's okay. He's not one of those guys. They teach art history class. Which makes it all the more remarkable one of his electronic art pieces just sold at auction at christie's for nearly seventy million dollars even though it only exists in pixels is the third highest price ever commanded by a living artist. According to the new york times people is a digital artist from south carolina. Whose given name. Is mike thirteen years. He's created a drawing every day. He started with pen and paper but now creates art. Digitally the record breaking piece titled everyday's the five thousand days is a composite of the first five thousand days of that project. This was also the first time christie's sold a piece of digital only artwork. It was purchased with the cryptocurrency ether. Another first for christie's something tells me you won't be the last either. So you're probably wondering why in the world someone would pay seventy million dollars for a pack a reproducible. Virtual file right. Something you can't touch or even hang on your wall. yeah. I know. That's what i was wondering. Turns out every day is is in just another pretty j. peg. It's what's called a non fungible token or nfc and if you're thinking is so tell me why that matters. Well you're going to need to stick with me for a moment. On this one in tease us blockchain technology for authentication. Now this blockchain is the same sort of thing that you find in bitcoin right. It captures information and shares it with a network of computers and once shared. There's a digital ledger. That records the data across thousands of computers. Making it impossible to manipulate or so goes the theory. So when you buy an nf it's quote minted to you. Meaning an ownership record is created across thousands of computers around the world. You own the original one of a kind file. I know it may seem complicated on the surface but it really is pretty straightforward essentially techie. Way of making a digital file one of a kind like a physical object even if others tried to make a copy. It's taking a photo of a famous painting. It's not worth what the original is worth. Entities allow users to own bits of video songs or images. Their popularity actually began years ago with a game. Called crypto kitties where people could buy in trade animated cats after attracting top venture. Capital firm says investors some crypto. Kitty sold well into the six figures. Lately they've turned into a blazing hot sector in art and collectibles. Sports stars like lebron. James and rob gronkowski have even gotten in on the action selling. Nfc video clips. In digital trading cards people has been at the forefront of this craze in february a short video clip he created sold for nearly seven million dollars in one weekend in december he made more than three million dollars selling his t's bad for a guy who calls some of his own work crap according to the times not to be outdone. Sotheby's has gotten in on the act last

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"three million dollar" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"three million dollar" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Point three million dollars raise your hand if you're stir crazy coming up how to keep your mental health in shape while you're isolating at home that at five fifty four first traffic every ten minutes and came away with John Morrissey it is a good drive a really good look at Dr except for one spot and that would be at the end of the ramp from sixty six east bound on the I. twenty five that's up in weld county got a crash at the end of that ramp there and it sounds like one of the vehicles may have caught fire so a lot of police and an emergency responders heading to a highway sixty six there at I. twenty five up in will county on the north side because of inaction but the rest your drive no big wrecks anyways ten minutes downtown the tech center back again go ahead try it ten minutes eastbound C. four seventy off ramp to Santa Fe that's re opening of souls that ramp to Broadway a lot of construction on C. four seventy and I. seventy this morning that's all wrapping up eastbound I. seventy that ramp to Brighton we're still close last time I checked it should be re opening here in just a second to this report is sponsored by western credit union need funds to help pay for what's important you college a wedding a new kitchen was your credit union can help make it happen with a home equity line of credit college stop by and it was terrible as today equal opportunity lender and allows for two one six oh six next update in ten minutes on KOAA news radio eight fifty eight of ninety four one FM coronavirus information on your radio and at your fingertips find us on Facebook and on Twitter at J. O. a Colorado one of the iris.

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"three million dollar" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"three million dollar" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Three million dollars in TV ads and he's leading the primary dorm Berg a hundred and fifty three million eyes not that everyone that's even a hundred and fifty three million dollars of his own money in fifth place got to go to the phones Jack in Jacksonville your turn great to have you Sir hello thank you very much for having me anyway so that's one talk about whole all the Democrats are you know the much criticizing trump of the drone strikes in the killing of Somani when Obama ordered five hundred forty two drone strikes killing three thousand seven hundred ninety seven people three hundred twenty four of those civilians all of that without congressional approval yeah so les correct in fact Obama we have the story earlier this week Obama loved talking about how he we love killing people with these drones he loved it he personally selected the targets Jack exactly it doesn't make sense it's pretty much all quarters instead one of one a Democrat so that they don't care when it when the time does it makes total sense this is I don't mean to disagree with you it makes total sense the Democrats know that hypocrisy never sticks to them because the media never is going to have a stick to the media's gonna shield so trump can use a drone strike without talking to Congress and take us all the money I wanna Democrats do they sell my soul the money's defence lawyers they start complaining drums are responsible candidate mom is wiping out five hundred people with these things never gets congressional approval for any other brags about how he loves doing it one of his targets was an American citizen and he took out living in Yemen admittedly a terrorist Democrat well I know the guy what a Republican can Mar el al Waukee I'll sign him skyhook whatever his name was Obama bragged about taking a guy out when Obama did it it was brain when Obama did it it was courageous when Obama did because see Obama.

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"three million dollar" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"three million dollar" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Three million dollars in TV ads and he's leaving the primary dorm Berg a hundred and fifty three million eyes had not been in very long that's even a hundred and fifty three million dollars of his own money and he's in fifth place got to go to the phones Jack in Jacksonville your turn great to have you Sir hello thank you very much for having me anyway so that's one talk about whole all the Democrats are you know the much criticizing trump of these drone strikes in the killing of Somani when Obama ordered five hundred forty two drone strikes killing three thousand seven hundred ninety seven people three hundred twenty four of those civilians all of that without congressional approval yeah so les correct in fact Obama we have the story earlier this week Obama loved talking about how he the love killing people with these drones he loved it he personally selected the targets Jack exactly it doesn't make sense it's pretty much all partisanship one on one a Democrat so that they don't care when aren't when the trump does it makes total sense this is I don't mean to disagree with you it makes total sense the Democrats know that hypocrisy never sticks to them because the media never is going to have it stick to the media's gonna shield so trump can use a drone strike without talking to Congress and take out some money I wanna Democrats do they so my so my money's defence lawyers they start complaining comes a responsible candid in Obama's wiping out five hundred people with these things never gets congressional approval for any of it brags about how he loves doing it one of his targets was an American citizen and he took out living in Yemen admittedly a terrorist Democrat well I know a guy one a Republican and Maher el al Waukee I'll sign him skyhook whatever's name was Obama bragged about taking a guy out when Obama did it it was brain when Obama did it it was courageous when Obama did because the Obama enabling him say see Democrats are not afraid of using the military.

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"three million dollar" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"three million dollar" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"As bloated seven year one hundred fifty three million dollar deal but now the bombers had no interest in paying the remaining twenty six million they on after they finally released earlier this week they contend Ellsbury violated his deal by receiving on authorize medical treatment Players Association has already come to the defense of Ellsbury saying they will vigorously defend any actions taken against him meanwhile the nets able to have some fun against the kings all I know right now to the wing then when he moves left down when we would arrive home was one of seven sisters Spencer Dinwiddie at twenty three points as a fourth straight games posted at least twenty as the nets let the kings one sixteen ninety seven Chris krieder the call right here on the fan Joe Harris twenty two Jared down eleven points nine rebounds Kenny Atkinson feels start to come together getting Joe going again is is huge obviously making shots really really helps our cause but yes I do I do see you know some real chemistry start to form out there of with a group that from yes carry Irving missed his fourth straight game will miss at least three more with a shoulder injury before his reassessed house were Kemba Walker to be carted off after colliding with one of his teammates dealing with concussion like symptoms lonely repair neck injury local initial reports indicates not a significant injury nuggets won the game over the Celtics ninety six ninety two elsewhere the clippers Alice the rockets one twenty two one nineteen Y. letter with twenty four Lakers about of the thunder one thirty one twenty seven Anthony Davis poured in thirty three and the six is a race the spurs one fifteen one of four nothing doing for the devils in Rangers along with a look at the jets and the giants will take a look at that.

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"three million dollar" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

13:06 min | 2 years ago

"three million dollar" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Talking about the air project, or you may know it as the pancake house, a five year study on a habituation situation in Kentucky that was funded with nearly three million dollars. Okay dennis. You're one of those people that everybody wished they were, you are one of those people that they just want to find you sit you down strappy down and say, tell us the whole story. So we're doing that tonight. So when your wife Shannon did has strapped you down and said here you go. Here's a bunch of coffee. Honey? Yeah. She she got it fresh pot going. I'm not used to staying up this late, but I'm, I'm gonna see this through Connie. I love it. Well, again, thanks for telling us, I know everybody wanted this story and I just I just feel so privileged. So thank you for that again. And let's so let's start from the beginning. I know by the way, a lot of big names money. Moneymaker was in there. Which, by the way, I saw video on his hair look really different than. That kind of thing going on. And I know you had some other big name, so we'll hear those as they go along. So you may want to maybe do this chronological way as probably the best way. But I gotta tell you tell us the most important parts that you thought were the most important, but really, really wanna hear all those really great experiences that you had in what you saw what you got to see and what you learned about them. Yeah. You know, Connie, honestly, it's I would have to write a book to encompass everything that's occurred over that five years, and it was amazing. It was exasperated was frustrating. It was a whole, you know, experience. I can just say, but yeah, you know, the twenty two things that you look back and say, what I do that again, have had the opportunity. Now I'll tell you right now. I, I would I would almost say, no. Although I know I would do it, but I would almost say, no only because of you know, the difficulties within I asked myself, sometimes was it worth it. But yes, I know for sure. I have no doubt these things exist. The things I've experienced is pumping position. I certainly can expect other people out there that haven't seen what we've seen an experience, what we've experienced except that the would almost have to do that themselves. You know, so, but, you know, being involved to be pharaoh as they said before, really opened a lot of doors and the one for me. Basically, what happened is after I joined two thousand five was pretty substantial year in the farro, there was some turmoil within the ranks and June two thousand five we had a report come in to hearing Colorado. Oh, that wasn't too far from where we live at time in northern Colorado. So this, this took place, you south of Denver into foothills of the Rockies, and I think that report up and spoke to the family and my wife and I went out and visited the location method family there, and it was pretty amazing. Honey was a nine year old girl was walking her dogs around the perimeter, there small little ranch, yet, right on run on the foothills of the Rockies there, and he was trying to buy scrub oak in pine, while she came around the corner, while walking her dogs about three o'clock in the afternoon and came face to face with one right on the trail and this family never had any interest or on of these creatures themselves. And this young girl described this creature I get the entirety of this. In, in encountered took place. It was probably at least a minute that she stood there looking at this thing, and it was staring back at her. So she describing in Manute detail a lot of the things in Israel cute Connie. She said, one of the last thing she said, in this is coming from the mind of the nine year old girl. She said, you know, I wasn't sure what I was looking at it look like a man, but it was covered in dark hair, and he could even describe the color of its is he said, you know, it Henry glinted is like she can see colorations and it's in, in, in the eye it self. And then she said, I had to look down at its feet because I knew if it was wearing shoes it could have been just a Harry homeless, man. Of a of a nine year old was just so cute. Course wasn't wearing wearing shoes that she said that it hair was stand on the top of its feet, but it was Harry all the way and she can even see cuts in the brazen scars in the round. The is, and then also on the top of the so the remarkable encounter and it's family continued to have activity around her house for few months, and we, we have no working on that case. And at the same time, I think it was a week or two acrobats, this case in Kentucky came into the furrow class, and the plant is a file logging and tracking system for the Perot. And we investigators have access to that, and it's private and people who submit reports to barrow they go in there. And then it Dave assigned to various states in the investigators are those states. And so we could all see that, though. And it became a big point of contention with BFRL because here's this report coming in talking about. This family that has the Bigfoot coming up to the back of their house in, in all pieces in Kentucky. Way way way way, they're all over Chucky. Well, we know that now back now you know, we do get reports from all all states in the union. That's given you know, some more than others. But Kentucky was one of those places you just don't really think of. And so when this report came in one of the local investigators went out and visited with this, this family, and he reported back some remarkable stuff he had seen some stuff when he was there on his first time out. And then Matt moneymaker got involved and Matt went out and took some with them. And in short, he puts surveillance equipment and got the short piece of twenty now that he's put each is. I think I sent a link to you, but that call the pancake footage. And that's what coined this whole pancake. You know, the pancake. What did you call it Connie forgot the pancake house? We knew it is the pancake house it. Yeah. So we kind of called it the pancake footage. That's what originated from. We didn't really sign that to the project that would just, you know, one of the first pieces that was put out there. And so, basically, how that was taken is, is. There is an old abandoned mobile home in the back of this property that sat at the edge of the treeline in that mobile home, Tennessee, down this hill down towards the pond that was built at the bottom of this. He'll near the edge of the tree line or the property line. I'm sorry, an offense that went deeper down into a hollow and men had set this surveillance equipment up inside that mobile home and directed it down towards that, that pond, because that's where this family. That's woman in particular had been putting food for these things. So these are the details. We got coming in. We're. Watching it in the, you know, on the on our emails or personal emails within the group. And it was an interesting piece of footage, and we a lot of us were excited and a lot of people within the viral pretty doubtful. You know, they thought this was too good to be true and for whatever reasons, a lot of people wanted to dismiss it. But one of the other investigators way became good friends with his name is Adrian Ericsson which we've mentioned his name already. He was an investigator for the parade of soya spec-, and he happened to he, he was a property developer up there. So we have funding and at the time, a lot of us, you know, be for people world average people like everyone else, we've become part of the organization that we're not most of us aren't well-funded. We'll working people, and, you know, the cost of acquit, it's sky high to get decent equipment. Yeah. Yeah. Adrian had offered to to, you know, fund, some of the equipment to try to get more footage out of that location. And so it a man worked together for a little while with his family and couple more pieces were taking over the summer there, and eventually led to we, we basically had outfitted the woman herself. Who would leaving the food with a Quinton, and she was able to get some pretty interesting pieces for us that way. They weren't easy to come by. It was pretty difficult for what people see they don't understand the difficulties time put in the failures and everything involved. But then these pieces came by easy. Well, that was Lucy was her name Lucy. Yeah, I, I didn't really want to bring up. I'm sorry. That's no, no. I think that was known. I will just refer her as you know, the woman involved in. Okay. Center project of you know from what we understood in want. Wanna jump ahead to Fargo way. Understood is that this entire thing centered around her because she had been exposed to these creatures in that area for her lifetime in it at the beginning of this project. He was in her early forties. So she'd been doing this, and she was five years old, and in going out hind, her house and at the same house, she grew up in rural Kentucky pretty, you know, pretty poor area and family would just take food scraps out of the mother would take food scraps output behind the house down at the tree line behind the home and leave it for the wild animals. They make an air quotes, the wild animals, she would be she would tell her daughter and, and her brothers that, you know that's what she was doing. Well, one, she had told me, she said one night, she was looking at the back, Wendover house just after dark and her mom went out to eat. Oh, wild animals. And she said that one of these things with standing next to it out house. That was nestled right at the at the tree line. She said, it's head was tolliday outhouse. It looked like a man but it was his tallest. Outhouse. And of course, she knew that, that was not something normal, you know. So when her mom came back, and she said, mom, who was that, man? And she said, oh, it's nobody was just just one of your cousins that live down the road or something. But also mama new. Okay, mommy new, and she eventually passed it onto her daughter, who was formally or working with eventually, who had felt it was her. She had told me longtime ago, I began she said keep pelted with her duty to put the suit out belt. They were depending on her to give them the treats defeat them, so she would at times she lived in. She for short period of time several years she lived in Cincinnati for work. Cincinnati was forty forty five minutes from this location. And he would actually drive three times a week. And here's another reason it, it became known as the panky put it she said it oftentimes, she would stop the pick up of a cheap McDonald's panky platter. Only coupla bucks. And she said, she would pick that up on our way down. And then just give that put the tree line defeat is, you know, her while animals. Love that. I love that because it is a generation to the next generation thing I demonstrated that he felt so, you know, so inclined to do this, that she would go out of her way to do this three times a week, even and in some ways to her, she kind of intimated that this was almost burdened IRS and times that she felt like she had to do it with interesting..

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"three million dollar" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

12:00 min | 2 years ago

"three million dollar" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Ex. Connie Willis here on coast to coast AM, our guest tonight is Dennis fol. He is talking about the Ericsson project or you may know it as the pancake house, a five year study on a habituation situation in Kentucky that was funded with nearly three million dollars. Okay dennis. You're one of those people that everybody wished they were, you are one of those people that they just want to find you sit you down strappy down and say, tell us the whole story. So we're doing that tonight. So when your wife Shannon did has strapped you down and said here you go. Here's a bunch of coffee. Honey? Yeah. She she we got it fresh pot going. I'm not used to staying at this late. But I'm I'm gonna see this through Connie. I love it. I love. Well, again, thanks for telling us, I know everybody wanted this story and I just I just feel so privileged. So thank you for that again. And let's so let's start from the beginning. I know by the way, a lot of big names, money moneymaker was in there, which, by the way, I saw video and his hair look really different than little. That kind of thing going on. And I know you had some other big names. So we'll hear those as they go along. So you may want to maybe do this chronological way is probably the best way. But I gotta tell you tell us the most important parts that you thought were the most important, but real really wanna hear all those really great experiences that you had, and what you saw what you got to see and what you learned about them. Yeah. You know, Connie, honestly, it's I would have to write a book to compass everything that's occurred over that five years, it, it was amazing. It was exasperated was frustrating. It was a whole, you know, experience. I can just say, but yeah, you know it's one of those things that you look back and say, what I do that again. Have had the opportunity. You know, I'll tell you right now. I, I would I would almost say, no. Although I know I would do it, but I would almost say, no only because of you know, the difficulties within I asked myself, sometimes was it worth it. But yes, I know for sure. I have no doubt these things exist. The things I've experienced its position. I certainly can expect other people out there that haven't seen what we've seen and experienced what we've experienced except that, they, they would almost have to do that themselves. You know, so, but, you know, being involved with to be pharaoh as they said before, really opened a lot of doors and the one for me. Basically, what happened is after I joined two thousand five was pretty substantial year in the BFRL, there was some turmoil within the ranks and June of two thousand five we had a report come in to hearing Colorado. Oh, that wasn't too far from where we live at the time in northern Colorado. So this was just took place just out of Denver into foothills of the Rockies. And I think that report up in spoke to the family and my wife and I went out and visited the location in method family there, and it was pretty amazing. Honey, there was a it was a nine year old girl was walking her dogs around the perimeter, there, small little ranch yet. Right on right on the foothills of the Rockies there, and he was trying to buy a lot of scrub oak and pine while she came around the corner while walking her dogs about three three clock in the afternoon and lily almost came face to face with one right on the trail, and this family, never, you know, had any interest rates on of these features themselves and. This young girl described this preacher, 'cause I guess the entirety of this, this in an encounter took place. It was probably at least a minute that she stood there looking at this thing, and it was staring back at her. So he describing in Manute detail a lot of the things in Israel cute Connie. She said, one of the last thing she said, and this is coming from the mind of the nine year old girl. She said, you know, I wasn't sure what I was looking at it look like a man, but it was covered in dark hair, and she could even describe the color of its is he said, you know, it had green glints in his is like she can seek Holloway shins, and it's in, in, in the I sell, and then she said, I had to look down at its feet because I knew if it was wearing shoes it could have been just a Harry homeless, man. That's of a nine year old. It was just so cute. Course it wasn't wearing wearing shoes that she said that it hair was stand on the top of its feet, but it was Harry all the weights and she can even see cuts in the braziers, and scars and the round the eye and then also on the top of the so as a remarkable encounter, and that's family continued to have activity around her house for a few months. And we, we have been working on that case. And at the same time, I think it was just a week or two after that this case in Kentucky came into the BFRL flat, and the flats is a file, logging and tracking system for the Perot. Investigators have access to that, and it's private and people who submit reports to be if I wrote they go in there, and then it that scientists in various states, and the investigators are those states. And so we could all see that, though. And this became a big point of contention with BFRL because here's this report coming in talking about. This family that has these big foot coming up to the back of their house, in, in all places in Kentucky. Way way way way. They're, they're all over Chucky. Well, we know that now. But back now you know, we do get reports from all all states in the union Stanford giving, you know, some more than others. But Kentucky was one of those places you just don't really think of. And so when this report came in one of the local investigators went out and visited with this, this family. And he reported back some remarkable stuff he had seen some stuff when he was there on his first time out, and then Matt moneymaker got involved and Matt went out and took some equipment with them. And in short, he put up some survey of equipment and got the short piece of pledge now that he's the footage is, I think I sent a link to you, but that's called a pancake footage nets. What coined this whole pancake? You know, the, the pancake. What did you call it? Honey? I forgot the pancake house. We knew it is the pancake house it. Yeah. So we kind of called it the pancake footage. That's what originated from. We didn't really assign that to the project that was just, you know, one of the first pieces that was put out there and so, basically, how that was taken is, is. There is an old abandoned mobile home in the back of his property that sat at the edge of the tree line in that mobile homes, Tennessee down this hill down towards the pond that was built at the bottom of this. He'll near the edge of the tree line or the property line. I'm sorry in offense that went deeper down into a hollow, and man, had set this surveillance equipment up inside that mobile home and directed it down towards at that pond. Because that's where this, this family. That's woman in particular, have been putting food for these things. So these are the details. We got coming in. We're. Watching it in the, you know, on the on our emails or personal emails within the group. And it was an interesting piece of footage. And we a lot of us were excited and a lot of people within a viral pretty doubtful. You know, they thought this was too good to be true and for whatever reasons, a lot of people wanted to dismiss it. But one of the other investigators way became good friends with his name is Adrian Ericsson which we've mentioned his name already. He was an investigator for the parade of soya spec- and he happened to he was a property developer up there. So we have funding and at the time, a lot of us, you know, FBI for people world average people like everyone else, we'd become part of the organization that we're not most of us aren't well-funded. We'll working people. And, you know, the cost of a quiet it's sky high to get decent equipment. Yeah. Adrian had offered to to, you know, fund, some of the equipment to try to get more footage out of that location. And so it worked together for a little while with his family and a couple more pieces were taking over the summer there, and eventually led to we, we basically had outfitted the woman herself. Who was leaving the food with quick, and she was able to get some pretty interesting pieces for us that way. They weren't easy to come by. It was pretty difficult for what people see they don't understand the difficulties in the time put in the failures and everything involved. But then these pieces came by easy. Well, that was Lucy was her name Lucy. Yeah, I, I didn't really want to bring up. I'm sorry on. No, no. I think that was known. Oh, I will just refer her as you know, the woman involved and. The center project of you know, from what we understood, and I don't want to jump ahead to Fargo way. Understood is that this entire thing centered around her because she had been exposed to these creatures in that area for her lifetime and it at the beginning of this project. He was in her early forties. So she'd been doing this, and she was five years old, and in going out hind, her house, and that's the same house. She grew up in rural Kentucky pretty, you know, pretty poor area and the family would just take food scraps out of the mother would take food scraps out put it behind the house down at the tree line behind the home and leave it for the wild animals. Like can you make an air quotes, the wild animals? He would be he would tell her daughter and, and her brothers that, you know, that's what she was doing. Well, one, she had she told me she said one night, she was looking at the back, Wendover house just after dark and. And her mom went out the deed, the wild animals. And she said that one of these things will standing next to an outhouse that was nestled right at the at the tree line. She said, it's head was as, as the outhouse it looked like a man, but it was his tallest his out house. And of course, she knew that, that was not something normal, you know. So when her mom came back, and she said, mom, who was that, man? And she said, oh, it's nobody was just just one of your cousins, you know that live down the road or something. But also mama, new okay mama do. And she eventually passed that onto her daughter, who was the womanly are working with eventually, who had felt it was her. He had told me longtime ago, I began she said, she felt it was her duty to put the suit out belt..

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"three million dollar" Discussed on Starting9

Starting9

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"three million dollar" Discussed on Starting9

"He's twenty three million dollars this year and for the next three years after that believable in it's not an unbelievable because everybody outside of the organization said that this was a terrible contract, and they shouldn't do it. So it's not unbelievable. He's I genuinely wonder like when you think about when you think about a pitcher. Or position player getting the. And they're just done. They're just like I walk away from the game for a little bit. Like, we've heard Ricki. We'll talk about in a few different times. You know, you just gotta remove yourself, whatever like. Is the money. The only reason you keep showing up. Because what is player it's tough to walk into your what are you gonna do walk in there and say, look, I've got nothing left, and you either have to keep running me out there or you're going to have to release me just give me this money. So that I can go home. That's a hell of a conversation to incite or to start as a player, right yourself. That's like, I couldn't even imagine that like, you know, for me, the decision was was very very it was made for me. You can't fucking stretch without ripping your fucking shoulder. Like, it's not your your done. You're. You're for him. Body's fine, still works. It's just a matter of executing. Right. That's what's not happening. That's where he's completely lost in the you. We some about P she himself in a cage he's talking to himself out on the field during BP, and it's just he's lost. I feel horrible for the guy because that will be a conversation over the over the life of his contract over the next three years. It's going to be are we better without Chris Davis showing up to the ballpark unquestionably. Yes. And that is a tough spot to be in as a human being, no doubt. And not only as a human being. But as a player being paid twenty three million dollars every year that you're there because everybody in that organization and in that room is looking around going. I just just give me this fucking tax. Gimme gimme gimme tax and I'll play for that. And you don't you hate being that guy? He doesn't wanna be that guy anymore than I frankly, don't wanna talk about him in that fashion. And nobody wants to feel that you don't wanna walk into a room in feel that to have a guy that you know, that has been counted on and has been such a big part of what you guys have been able to do in the past. And now he is seemingly a roadblock a hurdle of sorts for you to get where you want to go moving forward. I mean, actually, I think that touches on my main point with him is that I think the only reason that it isn't more of an urgent issue is because he's not really a roadblock for this for this team season likely. He's not blocked think of the people on that roster. Like, I think they showed that like there are two or three people on the twenty five man roster leftover from this point last season. Like, it's it's an completely new team full of frankly, not major league players. So he's as bad as he is. He's only blocking a guy who also probably shouldn't be getting five hundred plate appearances at the major league level like the process..

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"three million dollar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"three million dollar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It's nine thirty AM. In Hong Kong. I'm Kathleen Hayes, and I'm Doug krizner. We're coming to you. From the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York, we've got trading underway across the Asia Pacific now, Hong Kong and mainland. Chinese markets up and running hang sang is down about two tenths of one percents. Shanghai comp is weaker. But I'm going to say, it's essentially flat at this point in time. And in about fifteen minutes, we'll go live to Shanghai to get the latest on market action there. In the meantime, this hour's top business stories. President Trump's top trade negotiator says US needs to keep a threat of raising levies on Chinese goods U S trade rip Robert lighthizer, also telling US Senate finance committee. He can't make predictions, but says the two sides are making progress. Meantime in Hong Kong Monetary authorities stepped in again to defend the Hong Kong dollar, and it's pig to the greenback. The monetary authority bought the local currency to kind of stabilize the exchange rate had fallen to the weekend of that trading band against the dollar last week. The HKMA did the exact same thing. Exactly. The first time since August. Lumber liquidators announcing his resolve matters with the department of Justice, the DOJ and the SEC the companies agreed to pay a penalty of thirty million thirty three million dollars. I should save her false and misleading statements to investors. That's regarding the sale of Chinese-made, laminate flooring, news reports said the flooring did not comply with regulation right now in the Hong Kong session, we have pin on insurance up nearly two and a half percent. This is China's largest insurer by market value. The company's annual profit beat estimates operating profit jumped nineteen percent the company also announced a stock buyback for its a shares were thirty two past the hour. Let's get you caught up on the price action that we're seeing in the Asia Pac region right now, we've got a stronger yen. We're talking earlier about the weakness in Japanese core machine. Orders down in January by five point four percent. That is month. Over month much worse than market expectations street was only looking for a drop of about one half percent. The yen one eleven twenty Nikkei two twenty-five weaker by eight tenths of one percent. In Hong Kong, Hang Seng down three tenths of one percents. Shanghai composite is all four tenths of one percent in Seoul in spite of those better than expected employment or unemployment numbers. We've got the kospi weaker by eight tenths of one percents. And in Sydney ASX two hundred is down about one half of one percent. I'm Doug krizner live at the interactive brokers studio in New York, Kathleen Australia's cardinal,.

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"three million dollar" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"three million dollar" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Every park and every square inch and every sidewalk, and you let it go. And you let it go. And you let it go. And now the homeless have a home it's called Venice. And they have every not they don't pay property taxes. They don't pay any taxes, but they have every bit the right to that stretch of sidewalk advocates the people that pined the three million dollar houses and pay taxes. That's what you want it. That's what you got. Okay. Now have fun. It's gonna be hard. It's it's hard. You know, it's one thing to move out a couple of homeless. It's another thing to move out. Regiments of homeless people who don't wanna go indoors is this what people away. I I was watching. I was watching one of those. It's funny. Everything is politicized. But I was watching one of those homeless. You know, Feis on homeless or whatever, I I know they love this romantic part about how the people were made homeless. You know, like this is Jerry he's been living on the street for thirteen years. He's got his tent pitched on and Martin Luther King boulevard, and they come through this that thirteen years ago his home burned down and now he's homeless. And so for the last thirteen years he's been living on the street. It's like the ad really like to see a little more detail about his house burning down, drew. You have a house. I have a house burnt down. Just old lady. Just take it to the straight. That's it. We have to douse burger homeless. Now house was homeless. What does that does? That mean? I don't know that you can even have a fucking house without fire insurance. They don't ask questions. No. They don't. They don't ask questions at all. Like, why are you living on the street house burnt down? Okay. The big Russians that have heard happened. Why don't you go down the road here? There's a whole bunch of housing here. Let's go do it. Oh, they have they're not. And they're okay. They won't take the housing. I get it. What's in it for the news outlet, not really explaining whatever going on? Ever wiser need to be some sort of political whatever. I don't know what percentage of people lived in their own home. And then it burnt down. And then they went to downtown LA and slept on the sidewalk for the next thirteen years. I guess it'd be the day after I guess be that move where you're out front with the firemen and stuff and the house is a place like well. Thank god. I was able to salvage his pup tent. Come on kids. Let's go. We're going to live on Martin Luther King boulevard. There we go. After move during the Rams home games because people park where we sleep. No one ever wants to know any there's no there's no scratching of the lottery ticket story beyond that house burnt down. I was homeless I was thirteen years ago. Wow. Taking a long time to rebuild that house. Imagine a life just work that way, it's like war drew how many years you've been homeless. Now thirteen years. What happened? I don't fell asleep smoking done. We had a gas leak and now I'm living on sidewalk. Okay. Well, let's talk about you and your schedule. No questions about why you would not want to rebuild your house, or or how about take some of the social services that are available all over the place. You got a lot to carry. I think I favored tweeted that. I'm sorry. You find it. You find it later favorite tweeted. I think that homeless story wasn't somebody gave me which is he's homeless. This house got on fire. Hey, Scott, forty one. Hey, big fan guy to listen to you. Because.

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"three million dollar" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"three million dollar" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"To me that he played her back in those two thousand seventeen playoffs that he really pushed himself to help elevate that boston team that still wasn't still didn't do a whole heck of a lot against the cleveland cavaliers and i don't know of pushing him that way is what caused everything that happened afterwards to happen i can't speak to that but we do know that those sorts of things are remembered by fan bases and all that stuff but it doesn't put a check in your bank account it it doesn't do any of that and so all this glorification actually parallels a little bit with the katie stuff people talk about all that stuff gets forgotten and players who don't look out for themselves and for their own best interests are going to face consequences whether they're okay with that or not as their progress thomas i think is a good fit for what they need other somewhat duplicative of will barton's skills barton we'll be there starting three but presumably is going to play a lot with bench units certainly doesn't help the nuggets defensive problems but at the minimum you can't quibble i agree with what you're saying about them not release still having that reliable of a backup point guard one other thing on this straight gin and i've said this number ways because they had a number of to get out of heavy guilt this first round pick you could also think of this first round pick as you know it was fate accompli that they were going to have to give this up once they signed we'll barton to four years fifty three million with a fourth year player option and so another question that you could ask as well would you rather have a first round pick or would you rather have will barton on a four year fifty three million dollar contract at age twenty seven i think that that barton contract it's a little bit of overpay especially because he's going to be getting older as the contracts goes on we'll see whether he's able to maintain efficiencies going to have to probably get better as a three point shooter as his athleticism wayne's out hi feel about him as they starting three the numbers there were good but defensively i guess they're just kind of giving up on defending the best small wards at this point maybe they'd be like millsap can just slide over and do that so that's another thing to consider as well i probably if given the choice of art i know we're gonna have to give up a first round pick to get off money or we can resign barton to this contract which i've you is slightly negative value i probably would have just let barton walk at 'em it's so interesting here too because we had talked about hey the all the their best players are in their early twenties right now harris murray yokich and so we said hey you know would you rather have the twenty nineteen cap space to get someone with a better fit than barton or would you rather keep barton around him and they're like well we can't take a step back this year but you're taking a step back you mentioned by trading wilson chandler and then you're also hurting your future now even more by giving up that first runner and it'd be very interested to see if you wanted to make a trade in twenty nineteen with your first rounder what you could have gotten could you've gotten someone better than wilburton who fit better her at that point also is that would have been a question they're also likely gonna lose paul millsap next summer they're going to need to come up with some kind of a replacement for instance they're going to have big holes at the three end the four unless michael porter can develop into a starting level player that quickly or someone like wacho hernan gomez takes a big step forward or trey lyles when they're going to have to.

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"three million dollar" Discussed on First Take

First Take

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"three million dollar" Discussed on First Take

"Of the day lebron agrees to a four year one hundred fifty three point three million dollar contract with the lakers maximum to start with you what would be a success for lebron with the lakers over the course of this contract must win a championship he's got four years to win a championship this upcoming season given the roster excuse me as presently constructed he's gotta win a playoff series he's got to extend the series in the second round but it doesn't necessarily have to make the finals contract finals around with this with this present roster construction however ryan kemba walker still out there probably on the trade bloc right making twelve million in the last year of a deal the lakers have asset still if they believe they're going to sign coli leonard next year kemba is kind of kyri light you know if you have a second playmaking shotmaker a guy who can run who can give lebron some rested cetera that's got an if they add a guy like kemba walker for example all the sudden i would say you have to readjust expectations and say this team must make the conference finals but anything beyond that in a in a conference with the warriors and the rockets teams who've who been together who played together who know each other anything beyond the conference finals no matter who they choir shy of by is asking too much i would say gotta make the second round and if they add a guy like kemba walker gotta make the conference finals this season and over the four years got when at least one chip i wanna welcome stephen a smith to the show steven what would be a success for lebron with the lakers just getting into the playoffs right now he's gonna win a championship within the next four years obviously that's the ultimate goal but the bottom line is you gotta get this team to the playoffs and when you look at the western conference rachel away welcome to the show when you when you when you think about what qualifies us success does far remember this number one you're not better than golden state you're not better than houston even though they just lost trevor rees and that might compromise them a little bit from there on take away the top two seeds in the western conference you have new orleans you have utah you have portland you have oklahoma city and you have the lakers all in that bunch and that's a suman if they stand pat and everything is remains as is lebron james obviously met with magic johnson one minute after the free agency period open magic johnson was that as gore at nine oh one they were ready to go bottom line is is that this man is told you he and lebron james going gonna lead this franchise into the future it's one of those situations right now where you look at what lebron james supposed to bring to the table they're still on the court they're still talking with see view for the general manager for the san antonio spurs they will wanna phone with them twice yesterday so the.

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"three million dollar" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"three million dollar" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

"I just want to win doesn't fight all this warriors put together super team the only way to the super team to form a super team and i had to do this so i think it's i would my money would still be on the lake yeah lakers i know i know it's only money but he did just purchase a twenty third twenty three million dollar mansion in brentwood i think i don't know yeah why the lakers three plus five fifty daddy that's those are the best that 'cause he owns this real estate here and all business desert hair and we've been talking about it for year and there's a path for him to bring paul george them to you know maybe make make a trade for awhile well i think plus fifty two all right house which was your money going wizards not even on on fortunately cleveland i think you stay because i just don't find any of these other places compelling what the hell do i know everything changes you know every week in terms of the composition of these rosters i mean i i know that come october we're gonna look at the rosters and say how the after this happen right that's true confident in cleveland management that they could get a roster to his liking it management him he could do this'll be the summer because they had the eighth pick in the draft you could package out with something they've kevin love if they want to trade him once you take that eighth pick and keep that eighth pick i think it's much harder to do stuff so i think it'll play fast i really do i know this is the cop out but i really do believe that how how how this final plays out will determine a lot of it they just get murdered by the warriors how does he go back you know and if these can take the seven game and then maybe turn that eighth pick and something else into cj mccollum or whoever get one more dude then it's more conceivable you're right it's going to be such a mess over the summer who knows what how to analyze it but we're going to be right there we're going to be right there for the summer league games i don't know if you've nounce that yet but we're gonna be together again in vegas now should we not announce this shit i look forward.

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"three million dollar" Discussed on The Model Health Show

The Model Health Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"three million dollar" Discussed on The Model Health Show

"Time we want to get together and discuss some business plans we go to this three million dollar mansion and we just discussed business plans for the weekend and we fly out and it sits bacon for five days a week about twenty minutes later in the tour hayes we go downstairs and he's actually storing the boat for an owner of one of the atlanta sports teams and he says to us man these guys right here the guy who bought 'em store man that guy's rich he said i'm not one of those wealthy guys like don't think of me i'm nowhere near these guys i'm not even wealthy and so shaun here's a guy who has a three million dollar playhouse who does not consider himself wealthy and i told what i was explaining to people at master at domestic of the game at the mastermind was success and happiness and all of those things are relative they really are there's somebody who would walk in my house right now it's three thousand square feet it's a fairly decent brick home and think oh my god do you need help right like this is this must be a tragedy your kids have to live here right and then so i say that to say you have to embrace where you are you have to embrace where you are in life you have to embrace what your successes look like i judge my success sean in this is the honest guys truth and i think this is how i stay saying because i have a lot of very wealthy friends now who do much better than i do financially i judge myself off of where i was yesterday i wanna get better every single day in the only person i compare myself with is myself i try to see where were you last year in terms of your spiritual development in terms of your health meeting.

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"three million dollar" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"three million dollar" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Daniela's in washington dc hi daniel how are you i'm doing better deserve how can i help i just wanted to get some clarity on something that you answer earlier said five percent into tsp match and then take the remaining panic it gets vic mutual funds okay all right in cooking but is better because if you do it right you could be sitting on millions by the time they reach retirement and start doing income on that bind with tax increases over the years that you'll probably be a higher tax bracket so it's better to pay the taxes now when they're lower right well and the other thing is is the vast majority will be in your account at retirement is not money you have put in its growth like how old are you daniel i'm twenty eight okay so probably ninety six percent of let's say let's just make up number let's say you had a roth ira with three million dollars in it okay probably two million seven hundred thousand of that is growth you probably only put in about three hundred of that and okay all of that growth is taxable if it's traditional none of it is taxable if it's raw and so we're basically saying do you wanna pay taxes on three hundred three million dollars or not and the answer is always no i always wanted to arrive so i do a roth tsp up to the match and then i would do traditional are irregular individual roth ira's in growth stock mutual funds that are out performing your tsp options outperforming the snp in other words and then if that doesn't get you to a full fifteen percent of your income going into retirement go back and you do some non matching portions in the pay but the tsp has the roth available to it as well and you definitely wanna go roth when you can especially when you're twenty eight the numbers are even more exaggerated the younger you are when you start this process.

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"three million dollar" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

The Tai Lopez Show

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"three million dollar" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"Uh i have a three million dollar credit line i do not stand anything like i had three million dollars in my bank right so after million dollars by only up ten dollars in my bank account i'm only spending ten dollars you have a billion dollar line of credit and you only have ten dollars guess what you're only son in ten dollars because if you cannot be out a way to pay it back interest is gonna kill you missed payments is going to kill you and you know not being able to it and then the euro's asional joe is because through an interest rates that's of builds and underutilization so you good rules don't send money that you'll only money that you have is equally in your bank not hey i'm gonna get a paycheck next week so i'm gonna go out and spend more and then uh to stay at all from a pager it's really about how to get into the third thing it's uh braga forty marks the derogatory marks its after you miss of payments and then you can use leads us a payments and i get sent the collection might get sent collections uh that's what nuts when you know be it gives us collections and that's when you get it with the drugs were more derogatory martz just as that hurts your score just as bad as you know having high utilization or missing street or even just missing of payments so payment history and wrong for remarks congo handed him of your wondering where i'm getting these terms from their literally on credit karma you go to credit karma and it literally tells you you know like credit card use asian derogatory marks aiming history these are all things affect your credit uh and three hundred red score um.

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"three million dollar" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"three million dollar" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"As they ended at four hundred thousand which exceeded the dow raise of one hundred fifty million dollars so i don't have any evidence but you could argue that one of their internal goals was to overpass the dow again to get another headline saying that the were the highest raise uh in the token era it may be as coincidental maybe it's not but they did eclipse the dow by three million dollars and they got the headline now they are saying that they need much money for their reserve system to work uh fine but were still questioning people not i'm not the only one that is questioning the fact that this was a fairly greedy way of getting money from the crowd uh and a hundred and fifty million dollars is a lot of money that could fund maybe a fifteen through he's tubs accu you don't need that much money to start something traditionally speaking companies are easing one to five million dollars you can do a lot with ten million dollars so i'm going to give them the benefit of the doubt i don't want to pick on them for too long but let's see what they do with it that's that's really the more important thing but every time you have one of these relearn we learned something so with the bank ordeal we're saying don't do a a a uncapped race it's not a good idea when there we got the bat the basic attention token brief talking it was all done in.

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"three million dollar" Discussed on DirtCast

DirtCast

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"three million dollar" Discussed on DirtCast

"Project three million dollars of that was spent in los angeles where it the main kabbalah centres located that way it very much is similar to scientology in that it's like a it does fund these lifestyles and the money extorted gets redirected an it very much confuses the irs because is somewhat of a religious organisation but also business and it does walking very fine line i feel like though i do get what you're saying when you say it's not they're not teaching hey they're not teaching and thing i mean it sounds like most of it it's just like lifestyle advice yeah i didn't seem i mean to me i think people think of kabbalah like it must be this cult i i don't know if it's a coulter not you know i once heard a definition of of cold says um you know with the regular religion the the teachings like the teachings in the bible when you first look at him it will make no sense like why did jesus said this tree on fire but as you steady at longer it starts to make more and more sense as the meaning unfolds and sort of the moral meaning in the daytoday instruction of you know how you should live your life i is in a call you know what you hear a nationally initially the thing that's drawing un makes a lot more sense than a traditional religion like we can help you like for example in scientology you know like we can help you with your acting career you now we can help you be a better person but as you go murder and you you learn more it's like oh you're you know lizard person that shot out of a volcano um and so i don't think that that really is going on with kabbalah are definitely.

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