17 Burst results for "Three Two Million Dollar"
"three two million dollar" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"That Keiler like there was no chance of him coming back and playing again, was that on the table before you knew that because he technically could've played baseball, right. And still played another year football. Let's say if like the NFL scouts said, yeah, you're only be a second or third round pick, was that something that you guys didn't know about re-getting go after Jalen, regardless. There was still, you know, during the is it was still on the table. I think you know, with Cuyler, he's really really, really good at baseball and he's he his but his passion is football. And we all know how good he is football, but and I don't know I can't say that, but I know he is always been passionate about football and so there was a chance. You know, there was nothing written in stone that he was just going to strip go to debase ball. But, you know, after the season and the season he had it's like, whoa, this guy's gonna make a lot of lot more than whatever. He made playing baseball plant football. I know this when when him and beggar ever come back lunches on them when, when you're out with them because they just. Coverage or cyber three two million dollars. I can take him. I can I can still take them out. Welcome, welcome. Welcome back to the Bob left's that's podcast. That's right. I have all new episodes with your favourite, musicians comedians, promoters, and behind the scenes people. If you want to know how the entertainment industry really works. This is the place to tune in for those unfamiliar with my act..
"three two million dollar" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Legislative leaders will talk today about finding a no fault. Karen, sheri- proposal, the governor can accept WW. Jay's Lansing bureau chief Tim skipper previews the day ahead. There was the possibility that Senate Republicans would end this debate over no fault car insurance, bypassing the house plan that cleared the house last week. But that vote in the Senate will not repeat will not happen to stay. Instead, what will happen private talks between the principles governor Whitman meeting with Mike Shuki, the Senate Republican leader and how. House speaker Lee Chatfield can they find a middle ground to put cost savings in the Bill, which the governor says are not there which Republicans say they are there. And is there a middle ground between that we're about to find out if all these talks fall apart? There could be a Senate vote on something this Thursday reporting from Lansing teams, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty as governor Gretchen Whitmer continues her tour to push for forty five cent gas tax increase to fix the roads summer saying can't cannabis cover it. Here's our Sandra McNeill. The question came up as the governor laid out the road issue before the caldeans chamber of commerce. So what about marijuana marijuana? Is predicted to be leveraging about three two million dollars a year in taxes. The structure governor Whitmer says the tab to bring Michigan's roads up to the national standard of ninety percent in good to fair condition has a much higher price tag about two point one billion dollars. So she says, actually. Every man woman child.
"three two million dollar" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Matt Brown and less miles are back in their back in basketball schools. I have forgotten Mack Brown ever coached, North Carolina. And I can tell you everybody who's ever coached college basketball, North Carolina and football other than Butch Davis. I couldn't really tell you anybody and the same thing at Kansas. I can tell you everybody who ever coach basketball and football. I know they had that fat guy men, Gino who I and I know Charlie weis fail there. But I don't know anybody else who coached at Kansas you have and I'm setting this up for Pat you've won national championships. They've won national Matt Brown and less miles have won national championships. And they are now at basketball schools. What do you make of this? And what is success for them at those schools? Yeah. That's great question. Because obviously the expectations are beaten down to a pulp. You feel the competent team at Kansas, you're doing well, you feel the team at North Carolina that doesn't sell they're geared, for instance. Violations. Doesn't have a losers brawl with your rival after they lose. And you don't walk out there and start talking about how American football is a direct threat to American military. You keep more than the last dope that they had there. North Carolina's not a bad job. There's players in the area the Pacific. These are fine. You're in a con- a division of a conference you can actually win. And they have won before they should be able to compete to win the conference if they're doing it right now. The question is what is background half left thing? I I mean, he's sixty seven and coached and five years some people accused him of having not coach the last couple years. He was employed at Texas. He misses valuated disastrously heard about quarterback, Andrew luck and Robert Griffin and Johnny Manziel one of them to be defensive back. So this questions with both guys. But I mean, especially if you're a Kansas you were such a low ebb, and you are such a football on entity this at least gives you a name to rally around. We'll see whether you know, what lessons energy level is as well. So we did this yesterday on PTI. And the question was what what constitutes success, and we'll bond said ten wins. And I said that's nuts. Bull. Eligible five hundred and bowl eligible constitutes success at those schools. These are basketball schools. I mean, you know, Matt ground is following guy that all this guy. Larry, what's his name fedora all about is lifting swats, Jim? That's he's got all the time in the world. I mean, I grant you that that's probably winnable on their side of the street in the but to me bowl eligibility, baby. That you've done something that other guys don't do at Kansas. You can turn on the goal post for bowl eligibility. Yes. Sad North Carolina. That's the baseline. I mean you start there. But the expectations will rise. I think the level of hey, let's win a division. I mean, they should be bowl eligible. My god. I mean, North Carolina's underachieved drastically the last couple of years. So you start there. But then ten wins too much too high that there's no way Tinley busy it both. Places you in North Carolina in perpetuity. They're fine. You win six and Kansas your fine. Okay. So. There's a story out there that Gus malzahn is in trouble at Auburn. And even though he's got like a three two million dollar buyout KYW's. Auburn say it's just get rid of him. And that Bob stoops would be interested in that job. Do you place credibility in that? No, no. I don't I mean Bob stoops could have just about whatever job he wanted. And why go settle into that boiling kettle of dysfunction that isn't Auburn. We first of all this story's just weird that he would agree to take a lesser buyout. If..
"three two million dollar" Discussed on Get Up!
"If you're seven and nine, anything, Hugh Jackson ain't getting fired. I understand they was going to buy him. He have got if you've got to get the quarterback on the field that some, but you talked about him going into a second year now. So let's talk about this year. Second. Your quarterback Patrick Mahomes. They got weapons all around and right. Hey, see they made the playoffs last year. So the Shawn Watson, they have weapons, but also they have a stout defence. You can't underestimate the fact that the Browns due to build out their defense mile gear. Myles Garrett was a high draft, pick debut prep Gebriel peppers out of Michigan, Denzel ward out of Ohio State. You need that defense to also continue to build why you giving you a young got Landry and they got Carlos Hyde. They've got pieces now that you have names that. You know, Josh Gordon's word. And if he, you know, infant did he is out there and playing for them and we'll see if they wind up signing Dez Bryant. So it'll be an interesting thing to see how they choose to handle that because you have to try to your point of establishing a winning culture as best you can. But I think job one u. drafted the kid number one, overall job one is getting the kid ready to play, but if you're going to stab us a culture, you got to put the best person out there. I understood fool other guys in the locker room by saying, oh, we just going to put the God because we took them number one and they can see that. Till last long tyrod we got. We just we're pronouncing his name correctly. Meanwhile, trying to hold down here, I got van and Torello race. They took to the track for a race, but you got in this jail before you see who want who've you got to y'all. But they did a lot of work. I don't know how they're not exhausted by this is this is later on in the day, the predator starred kept it close pretty good. It was described, but it looks like te'o would get. You're still performing the NFL. He's ridiculous really if he does not wanna raise against however, and that would be gold. He's done. He's started practicing with an Australian pro soccer team, yes. The former Olympian sprinter retired from running last year, and he is now aiming to play professional soccer thing. Jimmy Butler is over in Paris right now. He's been through several PS g like, this is the thing. I think people are loving it, Jimmy golladay to stay out of the comments. Jimmy Butler, scratching, hilarious. How about this. Band, 'till jersey that sold for one point, three, two million dollars. It is the jersey, the mic war winning homered in games, six and seven of the sixty four World Series giving him the World Series record for career home runs the previous high for mantle jersey and been four hundred and eighty six thousand dollars. This was sold for over a million. I don't get the sports thing. Does fascinate me, collects it and I'm not all that interested. I'm not as interested in the memorabilia as I am in what people are willing to pay for exactly. As far as investments go. This is a world. I don't really understand, but I am like a number like that makes you stop for a second one point three or any. They Do. do have signed paraphernalia and gave it Robinson jersey or anything. The only reason I have things like that is because as a kid, I had them sign it right in front of me. It's special to me. I would never buy anything new, the sun and do card deals and stuff like that. I'm fascinated by that industry also and it continued to lend to the fact that the Yankees are a story franchise. And so when you put Mickey Mantle an all time, great name the World Series with it..
"three two million dollar" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"To protect future claimants the deal is free of confidentiality and nondisclosure agreements and only applies to victims who filed lawsuits against michigan state and msu employees not usa gymnastics msu's board president released a statement calling it a successful resolution and apologizing to the victims ryan burrow abc news that's a lot of money five hundred million dollars so we working it out earlier in the way that it's gonna work go into a there's gonna be a trustee of this money and they're gonna move seventy five million over here so at least four hundred twenty five million dollars for the some three hundred complaints that have filed lawsuits with them and the trustee in an arbitrator are gonna decide how that money's divvied out if it was to go just per person who's gonna bring it up that way it's about one point three two million dollars from you know that is that is going to be paid out but i'm sure some people can get to three hundred thousand some people make two or three million dollars depending on on how much of that was just nassar but also that how many of these people went out and complained about larry nassar to other people at the college and those were ignored and we've talked about this before the brand man people love to protect the brand and you're gonna make mistakes in life right i mean we all know that you know i'm gonna make mistakes you're gonna make mistakes there are brands out there and you want to protect yourself i get it and i got no problem with that to a certain extent this was not protecting the badge or the brand whatever this was you overdid it on this protecting a child for being abused i argue that if you act when you're supposed to you protect the brand for more then when you try to hide it and it comes back and it bites you in the ass and that's what happened here and now you're looking at a huge huge huge huge huge settlement and this is not the last of it all because usa gymnastics is facing a massive lawsuit which will add on the us olympic committee in the whole there is going to be a lot more money that is going to be poured out over the foreseeable future to these victims as it should be and if you would have acted when you were supposed to and that to me is always.
"three two million dollar" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Protect future claimants the deal is free of confidentiality and nondisclosure agreements and only applies to victims who filed lawsuits against michigan state and msu employees not usa gymnastics msu sport president releasing a statement calling it a successful resolution and apologizing to the victim yeah that is a ton of money now we worked it out today that if there were just going to hand money out just equally that michigan state's gonna pay about one point three two million dollars to individuals and that's not the way it's gonna work it's gonna work in a much different way there's a trusted is going to watch over another seventy five million that's out there but also the four hundred fifty four hundred twenty five million that they're going to take an account how long it happened did you notify somebody at the at the college right and they ignored that you could probably get more money for that so it's going to be interesting to see who gets what and good good good for you guys let me tell you something this right here though just goes to show you about the cover up side of things that's what gets you instead of doing the right thing you chose to protect the university you chose to protect the church you chose to protect whatever that you thought you needed to protect and in the end instead of doing the right thing protecting innocent young people you paid out tooth you paid out three your nose to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars when all is said and done from larry nassar alone between the united states olympic committee between the united states gymnastics federation between the this here michigan state it will probably be close to maybe a billion dollars when you could have dealt with this from jump street and done the right thing and said we've got a guy here that is disgusting scumbag that maybe doing something wrong and instead of doing that he hit it when you could have been the kiro when you could have done the right thing and been a hero you chose to not do that and at that point in time i don't care.
"three two million dollar" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"Okay so because did apple did they reveal how much of that was profit no no they the break up never break out where the profits are coming from they just tell you this is our total profit is our total revenue and the revenue from some of the admit that they're probably not getting you know i phone level profits at it but they've got to be getting especially if you grow enough pretty even you know even ten percent of huge number is still a hell was almost nine billion dollars yeah i'll take it for a quarter three two million dollars a month profit that's okay yeah i'll take that right now you know i you know i could kick a pickup time line for android timelines part of the new eighteen oh three the news spring update for windows i haven't really played with it but i don't really grog it yet i guess the ideas it keeps track of what you've done what apps your history of your coming to iphones and android phones so you'll tell you what apps you've used i think that's although again on i o sim fuzzy about how microsoft can do anything even sort of similar to that i see right here verge article says on iowa's it'll be a tab within the edge browser oh history yeah yeah so good news does anybody use it only when chromosomes being nuts why don't even use chrome you can't even everything links to safari no matter what you never think using the rep.
"three two million dollar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Weekdays starting at four on wnyc one constant through all the years baseball here comes the patch now jobs the oppression will do fall baseball is back today at least for the major leagues the minor leagues on the other hand have to wait another week until next thursday but here's something you may not have heard about this season might be a lot more difficult for thousands of minor league players because of a small provision in the federal spending bill that was just passed last week it's on page one thousand nine hundred sixty seven and it's called the save america's pastime act the provision exempts minor league players from federal labor law requirements meaning players could make well below minimum wage gary brush house knows all too well the challenges of being a minor league player he was a minor league pitcher in the san francisco giants farm system from two thousand four to two thousand nine now he's an attorney fighting for minor league players rights garrett welcome thanks for having me so what's the save america's pastime act well you know unfortunately it's an exemption from our basic minimum wage laws for major league baseball it was it was really quite surprising that it made it in there you know this is this is an industry that's a twelve billion dollar industry mlb has seen revenue growing exponentially and instead of doing the right thing and raising the salaries for minor league players as we've been fighting for a few years now they spent over two point six million dollars lobbying congress last couple of years and succeeded getting an exemption from our minimum wage laws tacked onto a spending bill even though it has nothing to do with government spending all so in two thousand sixteen in two thousand seventeen major league baseball spent something along the lines of one point three two million dollars on lobbying expenses were they behind the lobbying efforts with without a doubt this is directly related to our efforts to increase increase salaries you know we've we've been trying to bring attention to the matter and we've been been trying to ask the ask them and make them comply with just our country's basic minimum wage laws you know the same laws at walmart at mcdonalds comply with but unfortunately they decided to try to get to try to flex their political muscle and i are powerful lobbyist and they succeeded a getting our congress.
"three two million dollar" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The one constant through all the years baseball here comes the bench danvers now lay jobs repression goofball baseball is back today at least for the major leagues the minor leagues on the other hand have to wait another week until next thursday but here's something you may not have heard about this season might be a lot more difficult for thousands of minor league players because of a small provision in the federal spending bill that was just passed last week it's on page one thousand nine hundred sixty seven and it's called the save america's pastime act the provision exempts minor league players from federal labor law requirements meaning players could make well below minimum wage garrett brush house knows all too well the challenges of being a minor league player he was a minor league pitcher in the san francisco giants farm system from two thousand four two thousand nine now he's an attorney fighting for minor league players rights garrett welcome thanks for having me so what's the save america's pastime act well you know unfortunately it's an exemption from our basic minimum wage laws for major league baseball it was it was really quite surprising that have made it in there you know this is this is an industry that's a twelve billion dollar industry in i'll be has seen revenue growing exponentially and instead of doing the right thing and raising the salaries for minor league players as we've been fighting for for few years now spent over two point six million dollars lobbying congress the last couple of years and succeeded getting an exemption from our minimum wage laws tacked on the spending bill even though it has nothing to do with government spending all so in two thousand sixteen in two thousand seventeen major league baseball spent something along the lines of one point three two million dollars on lobbying expenses were they behind the lobbying efforts oh without a doubt this is directly related to our efforts to increase increase salaries you know we've we've been trying to bring attention to the matter and and we've been been trying to ask the ask them and make them comply with just our country's basic minimum wage laws you know the same ause at walmart at mcdonalds comply with but unfortunately they decided to try to get to try to flex their political muscle and i are powerful lobbyists and.
"three two million dollar" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Tuesday night as we keep you company right here on espn one thousand okay so since the super bowl for the bears here is what we've endured watching this team that was two thousand six thirty three rex grossman the bears fall short against the colts so from their seven and nine nine seven seven to nine eleven and five eight eight ten and six eight five and eleven six and ten and three and thirteen cents a super bowl the bears went to the playoffs just once back in two thousand ten and we'll tell you this if you believe in second chances you should not only root for the bears but you should root for ryan pace today because pace made mostly free agent picks that did not work out the first three years on the job with john fox hovering over his shoulder i think we should take the tackle well him being able to do what he wants to do as a general manager he couldn't really do it because john fox was there and yet this is ryan pace his first time as general manager so it was some rough waters i believe at the beginning now if you are optimistic today about bears football for ryan pace the same time because today the bears did what they need to do to address needs it's something that we've been talking about a lot here leading into free agency there glaring needs on his football team that needs to be addressed when you go out on day one and you lock in trey burton the tight end as the bears agreed to terms on a four year three two million dollar deal with a tight end trae burden who played the past four years of the eagles and then you look at allen robinson the wide receiver for the bears agreed to terms three years forty two million dollar contract with robinson who played the last four years of course coming up the acl and as a playmaker for the jaguars but now part of the calbears mex we have brad south seoul the the offense of linebacker i'm sorry offense lineman two year deal with this team he's a veteran has been around for a while with the cardinals and the seahawks soul is there is an offensive lineman and then of course taylor gabriel the wide receiver bears agreed to terms and a four year deal would gabriel who played the past two years with the.
"three two million dollar" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Let's see here we get into uh on your door review right now and let's see as a toll young man you know this but there's gonna be a habit now here in austin where they just don't want to show the world certain movies at least not as he in austin in sunday's have come the day to catch up then golf at a movie pass one movie there we didn't hear about was strangers to they remain strangest another title even though strange was one and i heard nothing about this well i'm glad you asked about strangers one because when he glanced that this up so la i don't know who heard about this move what the marketing was light because this is a movie that opened up pretty decent this weekend for what it is talking about strangest to pray at night now this movie did did ford's budget in for what it is did okay at the box office number three two million dollars this weekend in this is a sequel to the two thousand eight movie the stranger's two thousand eight a never too long ever too old to put some hard out there jesus led yeah i don't i'm thinking the same way to dan launched a people's town killing other people one was sabbatical ten years a home their murderous skills and now the back marred now themselves okay they found jesus religion may say now and get back to killing people in a light the strangest when it came out i'm not crazy about it this movie will live tyler and scotts peterman and what does movies about and the reason why i like it is because speedmen speedmen now you go i like bed too yeah here change nightmare man sounds like a lanes with he is like a.
"three two million dollar" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"To the show hi can i um i like this uh morgan ah on the to um two dates or timing have something to do with accumulating money because i um in 1998 i started investing on march 20th and i set a goal for myself three two million dollars and a a 17 years later on exactly march 20th i achieved you you did its yes we do uh hidemichi ca i i'm a clerk i make an average income and shrewd i found the heart the most important thing of oil was to uh separate my want semi needs and stand on my needs and um put off my wants can what was your best investment you say best investment well invested in probably two two whose to mutual funds i don't want to mention the mutai i get that and you just walk voted out with them i wrote it out with them right through the uh the way the y two k recession in the great recession it went down i went down only forty six percent in the great recession all guys just kept with it energy a repeating right back up back in 2011 i i gained bike to injured eleven thousand dollars in 2011 love and what i love you didn't make a decision based on fear financial decisions based on fear rarely workout well you just stop with your trust in your cell and that's why you came out the.
"three two million dollar" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Jump recent partly cloudy bit of feels like seven our top local story this hour starting tomorrow the warren county jail an indian nola will be close the state jail inspector ordered the jail to be closed and prisoners taken forty w h y'all it's four o'clock i'm steven anthony who radio news it's twenty degrees and partly cloudy bit of feels like seven our top local story this hour starting tomorrow the warren county jail an indian nola will be close the state jail inspector ordered the jail to be closed and prisoners taken elsewhere after the county failed to come up with a plan to deal with mold security an smells sheriff's deputies have been working doubletime to prepare for the closure which more workload book no it is what it is gonna roll warned county sheriff brian fossils who channel thirteen several proposals including building a new jail in operating a temporary one had been presented to the county board of supervisors but he says they haven't adopted any of them our top national story the investigation into wednesday's train crash involving several lawmakers could take several days one person died in the crash in virginia between a garbage truck and a train carrying carrian republican lawmakers to a retreat ntsb board member erlewein or says it's too soon to comment on what might have caused the crash several i will lawmakers were on that train coal status with congressman david young's office and says young along with people near him were not hurt some other members ron brown the train centre ernst king appear to have been on the train congressman king tweeted photos from the crashing we had them online at whoradiocom republicans in the iowa house want to boost states boost state spending on k through twelve schools by three two million dollars the proposal released wednesday represents a one percent increase from current per pupil spending levels if approved the met that will be less than the forty milliondollar increase passed into law last year and a swiss university and now offers a degree and yodelling the use that lucerne university of a of applied science's an art will soon offer bachelor's.
"three two million dollar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Private practice for six years didn't do that kind of work but in my experience as a lawyer tells you tells me the athlete to have done a held a lot about stuff to sell for thirty two million dollars or is it a reflection of that he has very very deep pockets more than the severity of the act out i don't know anybody who in real life pays that much in a settle meant uh unless they think they're going to lose a lot more if you go to trial and have a lot more lose reputation lee and otherwise and again you know i i don't know what happened there but the three two million dollar amount is stunning large and signify something which the role of the court system and prosecutors around the country at any level an wiping out sexual harassment which you know all the mi2 stories it's not just about harvey weinstein or bill o'reilly the veil as being lifted uh on some of these situations i think it's up to everyone like any problem in society that goes on reporting them is a period of time when you know the domestic violence was under port it may still be under reported it takes men and women law enforcement politicians public figures um sometimes the medical profession depending on the issue to speak forcefully about it to to remove um you know stigma relating to it this happens the opioid crisis too and i think that the more people come forward the more people talk about it the more prosecutors take a stand up the more likely it is that we can actually have healthy good workplaces in the future prepere a former us attorney for the southern district of new york now host of the pods cast stay tuned with prepere off on cafe and wnyc studios thanks so much for coming on keep sounding good on the radio ecu brian appreciated brian lara's wnyc much more to come stay with us this is brooke gladstone you rely on wnyc for the fi there are important but to be really useful they need to be doublechecked analyzed understood it contact of course the conclusions we come king based on those facts can eat fiercely debated but as he yorkers that's what we give you listen argue and the hague could stand for what we believe him and we value the fat if you're one of the.
"three two million dollar" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Council if i could sort of under three us that guy's a loose cannon concern is growing interested some stupid stuff stay up to date on the very latest at the top and thirty minutes past the hour because it is kind of scary on newsradio 1410 wdov now it's the weekend box office review opening thirty five years after the original blade runner twenty forty nine started its run below expectations with are still strong three two million dollars while that's below such october hits as gravity in the martian it's a minor cinema score from opening day audiences should translate into positive that have word of mouth kicking off in second place the melton between us took in a fairly weak ten million on the plus side it also picked up an aminus cinema score when it's all ready about a third of the way towards covering its estimated jury five million dollar budget here dropped to number three but continued strong run with an additional nine million over the weekend that puts its total of three hundred five million so far were almost triple its estimated budget so the promised par to resolve with guarantee my little pony the movie performed okay and it's opening weekend landing in fourth place with an eight point eight million dollar start and kingsman the golden circle took over at number five adding the next ray going one million for his seventeen day total of seventy nine million and that's your weekend box office review on iheartradio iheartradio goes one on one with christiaan to ask how he got vince gill to record with him i asked him and he agreed i was like i'm gonna ask him he bannam just busy of got a lot of stuff done is you know he's producing and he's playing on other people's projects and he's gift so much charity stuff that he does and i was like a he's now that debate is he was again come on over to my house look at a studio we just do it here anna cory mike is literally looked me is due to invite beat it is i will kill you you know he's one of those people from me that i i kinda put up with on a pedestal what kind of person he is what condition is and it was fun for me vickers when win in sometimes when you build somebody up like that you.
"three two million dollar" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"After the original blade runner tweeting forty nine started its run below expectations with are still strong three two million dollars while that's below such october hits as gravity and the martian fiancee minor cinema score from opening day audiences should translate into positive word of mouth kicking off in second place the melton between us took in a fairly weak ten million on the plus side it also picked up an aminus cinema score it's all ready about a third of the way towards covering its estimated drew five million dollar budget here dropped to number three but continued heard strong run with an additional nine million over the weekend for a total of three hundred five million so far were almost triple its estimated budget so the promised barred to resolve with guarantee my little kony the movie performed okay and it's opening weekend landing in fourth place with an eight point eight million dollar start and kingsman the golden circle took over at number five adding the next raid going one million for his seventeen day total of seventy nine million and that's your weekend box office review on iheartradio jio take a trip back with this week's walk almanac digging rock and roll fans its me bald freak ronnie here as always to take you on a trip back in time to this week in rock and roll history come on let's go starting in 19th 65 with the beatles sort of who we grunted number one in the singles chart with yesterday if their tenth us number one s no was giannis the pain nine oh yes also a ninety sixty the record my generation in london he 1978 joe perry in stephen tyler are injured after a cherry is thrown onstage during an aerosmith concert in philadelphia the group of performed behind a safety fence for the rest of the tools and this week.
"three two million dollar" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"One that would generate two hundred million and then one that would generate after up to seven or eight hundred million and now he's got one that's rachida back to three hundred three twenty five million and he's going to hire again you know fifty to sixty people who are tax collectors revenue officers revenue tax agents to collect that money from alaskans which gives off of one or two persona but it is absolutely ludicrous because if he could have made some of those cuts that the senate suggested the house after the house minority suggested enough cuts you wouldn't lead that income tax cuts have already been suggested to him that would get a two to three hundred three two million dollars so is trying to call it uh i if payroll tax and i guess is is if the i think people are stupid tax what it is yeah i gotta tell you i mean here's the thing if you're taxing somebody's actual work in their earnings it's an income tax well then here's the difference so so people don't get uh oath make a living with income they wouldn't be paying this taxes so if serb princess feared role alaska and all you get is uh let's see it permanent funded and and some dividends for your native corporation you will not pay tax your only get a pair if you actually are gainfully employed remarkable yeah i gotta tell you i i don't see this playing very well in one of the other things as he says its captain twenty two hundred dollars if you earn one hundred fifty thousand by the one thing nobody's talking about really is if you are if you're a husband in a way to income earners and you still aren't you're probably gonna be spending more forty four hundred dollars yeah that's that's exactly right so it's it's not necessarily the twenty two hundred dollars because many households have you have people make both are professional who make a good living or who are in.