35 Burst results for "Twenty Five Dollars"

Influential Educators: Fanny Jackson Coppin

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Influential Educators: Fanny Jackson Coppin

"Jackson coppin was born in eighteen. Thirty seven in washington. Dc she was born into an enslaved household fannies grandfather had managed to save up and by the freedom of four out of his six children. Fanny's mother was not among them as fanny recalls. in her autobiography. It was on account of her birth that her grandfather refused to buy her mother's freedom. So fanny remained enslaved until the age of twelve when her aunt bought her freedom for one hundred. Twenty five dollars after that fanny was sent off to new bedford. Massachusetts to live with the different ant by the age of fourteen fanny was fully supporting herself. As a paid servant in rhode island. She worked for author. George henry calvert household for six years during her time. They're fading used the money she earned to pay for tutoring and leader public schooling. It was at the rhode island state. Normal school where fanny. I realized her love for teaching and for making education accessible for all black people in eighteen. Sixty fanny enrolled in oberlin. College in ohio oberlin's courses were rigorous and it was the first college that accepted both black and women students while studying at oberlin. Fanny broke several glass ceilings. She was selected to join the highly coveted. Young ladies literary society. Fanny was the first black person chosen as a student teacher. She used this role to organize evening. Classes for newly freed people in her last year of college. Fanny was scouted by the institute for colored youth and philadelphia. The school was run by quakers who were in search of an african american woman who could teach greek latin and arithmetic officials at oberlin. Immediately new fanny would be perfect for the role. Fanny was an excellent teacher within a year. She was promoted to principal of the women's part of the school. Four years after that van became principal of the entire institute her position as such was extremely radical for the

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Is It Time to Ditch Two-Factor Text Messages?

Talking Tech

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Is It Time to Ditch Two-Factor Text Messages?

"Of the most important security measures you can take turning on two factor authentication to log into various online accounts whether it's for your bank your email or your twitter account but it might be time to ditch the option to receive those codes. You get by text that's right. I'm usa today. Tech columnist rob pecoraro writes about this on dot usa today dot com exploring alternatives to rely on text messages when enabling two factor authentication. It's especially important if your t. mobile customer as a recent data breach made its customers more susceptible to what's called a sim swap attack where a hacker tries to take over a phone line to intercept two factor authentication messages and it doesn't require the hacker to physically have your phone in their possession one alternative to receiving text with a code that allows you to continue the log in process is to switch to an or app google authenticate or is one big example. I've used an app called offi h. y. for years. Now it's fantastic. I use it for several of my accounts. It's really easy to set up in. All you do is when it gets to that screen that asks for the code to put in Instead of again getting text she'll go to the offi app and pull up the account. And it'll give you a six digit code. You type it right in. There are also some apps like google bypass text message altogether instead showing a message on your screen asking if you tried signing in and then he can tap either yes or no to confirm that you can also purchase an encrypted usb security key to linked to your account and then confirmed by plugging into the new device. They usually start around twenty five dollars but can't be fooled by fishing pages and protect multiple

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Selling Action in Poker Tournaments

The Chip Race

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Selling Action in Poker Tournaments

"Well the first question is quite easy in just goes back to what you were saying. You start it's taking probably between twenty two thousand seventeen. But i wonder if you can each remember. The first time are sold at auction at your feelings were about doing so is there any doubt was something he just flew into confidence. The first time i ever sold action. I do remember it was for my i d. I wasn't really ruled. Free petits at the time but one of the top poker players in our run me up and said he was interested in buying a big piece indie potato so i ended up setting fifty percent of myself and turning it into rosary modest by international. It was more common the time but it was fairly new back then. Seemed to be most What that was a poker player looking to have a sweat. Apart from the fact that he was playing the event himself it was very ad hoc like that people have already any idea of what the correct markups should be. So yeah. I think that was two thousand nine. Roughly yeah when i look back i would say that it was definitely an online event and it was probably relatively small cleaning things where you know you might satellite into. Ns tops or w coup or something like that online. And then it's sorta seemed prudent to maybe twelve and then maybe salad trumka's well. I remember the first proper Was twelve and a half percent to a couple of friends. When i qualified for the full series in two thousand and nine i had my way from the twenty five dollars. Satellite to a to k package and in my mind that was trying to cover the cost to go to the live events. I thought it'd be smart. 'cause i wasn't old at the time i was right in growing your mode when it used to play forty five months and this was for chefs and yeah went very well and i ended up having to my friends. grams for those small pieces was a fifteen hundred events. I think i only settled about two hundred bucks worth but the pin a good purchase by them. I didn't begrudge it to them. Because they were kind of people who i used to do. A lot of swapping with back when i lived in the states and played

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Ben Yu Describes His Early Days in the World of Poker

Rec Poker

03:00 min | 1 year ago

Ben Yu Describes His Early Days in the World of Poker

"Ridiculous. Has taken over. Three hundred episodes to get ben on the show By ben thank you for joining us. It's so great to have year. There's definitely three thousand people. You probably should have great to finally be here. Well i know we talked a little. We kind of this panel up here Some of us know you pretty well. Some of us have heard a little about you. We always like to pretend that maybe some of our listeners may be haven't heard of our guests at all. So can you just start by telling a little bit. About what got you into poker and kind of where people might know you best. I've got a couple of ideas. But i'd like to hear from you. I was like a lot of people in two thousand. Three hundred thousand four watching After on espn. I would be at school or at the gym. And i would make sure to raise home. I think this is before even have had Recording so it makes it a race. Come in time to catch the episodes now would like cover the clocks in my house because i knew once we get to the bottom of the hour. Someone was probably gonna win any kind of didn't know it so i would cover the clocks in my house. Make sure to watch the that way on. Starting in college and high school we would just play home games. You know small cash games through like five dollars tournaments sitting goes essentially my friends my random call high school in college friends and it's taking it more seriously just started to read books from two bus to and read the forums onto plus food. I learned that you've been actually learned how to play good as opposed to just you. What you thought was good you your power. You know intuitively was good almond. I just started taking it more seriously. At that point. I was playing with hold on because it was a much bigger game Much bigger game than it is now in terms of how many people have big it was and it was one of the predominant things online So i deposited twenty five dollars on party promptly. Lost factory with Small sitting goes hold on on Take it more seriously. And at that point. I'm reading books and reading hands and Other what other people that they should play online and You know starting to improve my game on and i would. I was so in love with a great this point in my life. now i actually did Another interview pretty recently. Basically at that point like how much of my waking time was either spent playing or thinking about folk figures probably over eighty percent. You know if i wasn't playing was thinking about the handed played or like writing them up to send the people get feedback from them So at this point. I was just ravenous anything about poker devour. There's any news following all the Tournaments and stuff on still watching all the episodes on espn and following. What would happen at world series every

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Product Manager Becomes Professional Dungeons and Dragons Host

Side Hustle School

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Product Manager Becomes Professional Dungeons and Dragons Host

"Devonshire like makes his living helping people battle. Monsters cast powerful spells embark on fantastical adventures and even slay the occasional dragon. He hasn't been cast as the new lead in a netflix series. He's a game master. You see deb is a huge fan of tabletop role. Playing games like dungeons and dragons. He's been playing them on an opera most of his life. And if you're not familiar with the concept. These games are a little like board games just about the board when players roll the dice. They moved the narrative forward and have to cooperate with other players to get towards the end goal. A game usually last two to three hours. With an average of four to six players games. masters like devin are one part storyteller. One part game referee. They make sure. The game moves along as chipped in his case devon got into it as a way to unwind from his busy job as a product manager. He quickly found. He had a skill for it and he wasn't the only one who noticed soon he was being asked to. Host games for other players wanted an experienced games master at the helm as his weeknights began to fill up with more and more exciting. Adventures devon began to ask himself the all important question. Would people pay for this. After nearly two years of hosting games he made his move with a budget of one hundred dollars. He made a simple website with a booking for him. He settled on prices. Have between twenty five dollars and forty five dollars per person. Depending on the demands of the game it was enough to justify his time but also keep the games accessible to players and when the site was ready to go he shared it on forums. It turned out lots of people were open to the idea of paying for a professional games master to run their games in fact demand was so high that within just a few months devon was earning two thousand dollars a month from hosting them

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Q&A: Which Money App is Right for You?

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Q&A: Which Money App is Right for You?

"Just kidding the freelance game and need some advice. I have my first graphic design client and they're putting down ten thousand up for a project i'm doing. They told me. Let them know how they should pay me. So how should i do it so in. There are a ton of players in the financial app space. And i'm going to go through all of them in a minute. But in your case i actually wouldn't go to a payment up for a ten thousand dollar payment. I'd actually recommend that you ask for an ach transfer and before we get too deep into it. What the fuck those. Ach mean well. Ach stands for automatic clearing house. And if that doesn't help you understand the concept. While i'm not surprised. Welcome to the world of finance jerkin to get into what an ach transfer is. I want to get into what it isn't initiating. Ach transfer is not the same thing. As wiring someone. Money people often mix up wire transfers an ach transfers because they both have some top level similarities. Both our bank to bank transfers where the money goes directly from the sender's account to the recipient's account. The difference is speed and cost wire. Transfers typically cost the recipient fifteen to twenty five dollars. Ach transfers on the other hand are typically free for both the payer and the payee the one downside to ach transfers is that they take a few business days for the money to hit your account whereas wire might take hours or even minutes because these types of transfers are bank to bank. You'll need to give the person paying you both your bank routing number and your account number. So you don't want to do an ach transfer with just anyone. You wanna make sure that the person paying you is trustworthy all the better if they have a secure payment portal.

Fake COVID-19 Vaccine Cards Online Worry College Officials

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Fake COVID-19 Vaccine Cards Online Worry College Officials

"More and more colleges and universities are requiring proof of coalbed nineteen vaccination for students but now there's a way to cheat the system a cottage industry has sprung up across the internet selling fake covert vaccination cards to those who say they won't get a cove it shot for either personal or religious reasons there's an Instagram account that sells Kobe cards for twenty five dollars each a user on the encrypted messaging app telegram offers what they call covert vaccine card certificates for as much as two hundred dollars apiece are people buying them one reddit user set on a thread about fake cards I need one to for college I refuse to be a Guinea pig I'm ready to fall lay

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Amazon’s Older Kindles Will Start to Lose Their Internet Access in December

Daily Tech News Show

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Amazon’s Older Kindles Will Start to Lose Their Internet Access in December

"Amazon's kindle readers come with built in data connection meaning. You can buy and download books wherever you are. But that only last as long as the system providing the connectivity does to g connections went away years ago and the bell is now being wrong for three g. Starting in december amazon kindles won't be able to connect by three g meaning. That older kindles without wi fi are left without a connection and three g only kindles will only have their wifi connections devices with wi files. Still be able to access the kindle store of course over wifi and kindles with four g. won't be affected at all amazon's offering some trade ins though if you're going to be in this boat you've got till december to figure it out the first and second gen kindles didn't even have wifi so they get the most generous options. I john owners can get a free kindle oasis first second. Dx and second gen kindle keyboard third gen owners so the first and second dax second gen and kindle keyboard third gen owners can get seventy five dollars off a paper white or oasis and twenty five dollars an e book credits and the rest of the affected batch have wi fi but amazon is still offering fifty dollars off a paper white or no acis in fifteen dollars an e book credits to those

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All-In With NOTHING?

Chasing Poker Greatness

02:50 min | 1 year ago

All-In With NOTHING?

"Why don't you break down this firsthand that you played for the listener in the watcher so Let's hand starts with us playing five ted. The limits mass cash on ignition. I opened the button with ace of diamonds. Five of clubs Small blindfolds the big blind fens. The big wide an i For the podcast. Stressor about one hundred and thirty big winds effective building. There's too much talk about here. I opened the twenty five dollars to big by calls. We see a flop of three of hearts seven of diamonds diamonds. Fifty five dollars in the middle. So i got shot. Backdoor flush draw big line checks. I bet large on this board. I used to like maybe for like the longtime technical tuesday listener. Who is paying really close attention to my strategy. They've they might feel like whoa like used to be used to just see that like one third everywhere these spots like what. What's this two-thirds sizing. That's like something that's new for me. To just like starting to add a little bit more complexity is the right word but a little bit more like nuance to my see betting strategy and i think one of the one of the first changes that i could make is just like instead of c betting a third everywhere finding the boards that i want to start having a big bet checks strategy. I thought this slow board. The seventh reduce to diamond board might be one of them and that Got shot with background of plus crowd and over seemed like a pretty decent hand to start with a big bet. Why do you think this board is one of those where you wanna go big bet or no bet So one of the things. I think about when i'm deciding whether i want a big bet is kind of like how my range like advantaged. My range has versus Villains range on these types of boards so single rates pot where the big wind only defense. I'm going to have a massive overpaid advantage going to have the mother really strong hands like ace king of dive queen of diamonds that the big wind just simply is not going to have though yeah just to be able to push that advantage when they have hands like seven x four or five or diamonds themselves that are just gonna call two-thirds plot very very happily. I sort want to be able to push that equity advantage that have Or that overpaid advantage. That i have and low boards in particular are are going to be one of the that i have a pretty big advantage. I think another type aboard are are going to be like double triple broadway boards so like ace king ten asking deuce That's not for board. Where i'm just gonna have really strong hands that i just want want to put more money in on the flop than a third plot.

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Does the Funnel Process Really Work?

Side Hustle School

02:19 min | 1 year ago

Does the Funnel Process Really Work?

"Every marketer i know talks about the importance of having a funnel where you have a free incentive on the bottom to get people interested then a low priced product than a medium priced product. And then some type of high end product or personalized consulting. It seems very effective but also if everyone is doing it this way. Does it really work. And do you have a funnel from what i can tell. You don't really sell anything at all besides books looking forward to hearing from you. Thanks chelsea great question. Thank you for asking it I let's just explain a bit more for listeners. Who aren't aware of this term. The funnel the marketing funnel. I mentioned it a bit and introduction. But let's say for example sake you have a thousand dollar product. You want to sell some kind of expensive coaching or some kind of actual physical product. That cost two thousand dollars and you could just start randomly calling people hoping to reach the right ones but that would be most likely ineffective in frustrating so instead you spend some time creating free content that draws in some of the ideal market you think about the pain that your ideal customer is going through you think about how you can begin relieving pain providing solutions and perhaps you make some videos or you make a white paper or a pdf some kind of downloadable guide or could be something totally different. But you've got this free content and so then you're building an audience of people who are interested in this particular topic. They're looking to you as the expert and then you think maybe instead of trying to sell them that thousand dollar product right away. You'll sell them a twenty five dollar product which is of course a much easier commitment and then from the group of people who buys the twenty five dollar product. They're already primed to buy something else whether it is thousand dollar product or perhaps something in the middle so those numbers are just examples. There are countless variations of this. The key point is that you're providing a series of stages touch points for customers to go through on their journey so to come to chelsea's question she says. Does it work absolutely. It works for sure if it's so easy. Why doesn't everybody do it. Or i forget how she phrased it you know. If everybody's doing it how can still be effective. The thing is it works as long as a few other conditions are met and these are not small conditions. You know the most important is. Do you have the right product.

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Low Rolling at High-Limit Craps

Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Low Rolling at High-Limit Craps

"Are some of your suggestions for a low limit player at a high limit. Craps table okay. Here's the first thing i'm going to say. I'm going to preface all my suggestions by saying this okay. The very first thing you need to do is set some restrictions on yourself so this may not work for everybody because you have to know your own self and you may not be able to live with restrictions. Okay but you do have to have some restrictions. If you're gonna do this number one restriction is you have to set a time when you're gonna give up or leave okay. Let's say you say. Well if i double my money i'm leaving okay so it might not by lose all my buy-in i'm leaving right or if i lose half my by in i'm leaving you just have to have some well defined definition of when you're gonna leave because if you say i'm just going to stay here for eight hours. Well playing with a limited bankroll at a higher limitation. It's eventually going to eat you up right. So you're not thinking in terms of time necessarily but in event once you fit this event in an event then you walk. Your time is limited. Play thirty minutes. And i'll be happy with that and leave okay. Maybe you can do that if it's a short time maybe okay but you can't say i'm going to say here all day and play this table. It's not going to happen crafts. Okay right eventually. You'll lose eventually gonna hit a bad streak and you're going to be out because as we know. Craps is a game of ups and downs. And honestly you're really sitting there hoping for the big role the big role and a lot of times. There's only one big role in session or a day or a day. Or maybe none allen but you're hoping for that big role so you're wanting enough of a bankroll that you can wait it out right so you can wade through the bad role. This is a very general statement about crabs. That would apply to anybody exactly anybody nope no matter what. But if you're on a limited bankroll it's even more important because you have this limited bankrupt. The second thing i want to say is that you probably should define amount of money that you think you can live with. Now if you're playing on a twenty five dollar table and you think well. I'm a low roller into buying with one hundred bucks. Well there's no way to play on that table with one hundred bucks okay or something. Just you put fifty bucks out there. You make to bats at seven out in your money half gone and you know you could be gone really really quit right so i think that really played twenty five dollar table. You're going to need between three and five hundred dollar

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Build Your Own Amazon

Software Engineering Daily

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Build Your Own Amazon

"Build your own amazon. When i worked as an engineer at amazon. I would arrive at the office every day before. Six thirty am amazon's. Enormous campus is in downtown seattle. The company expands across the city like a massive growing organism composed of towering buildings and eko spears. The constant wet mist of seattle always seems lighter with an amazon campus. Perhaps thinned by the optimism that amazon inspires in its workforce. Yes amazon is truly inspiring for all the cynical headlines. The longevity of the workforce speaks for itself brilliant people stay employed at amazon longer than they stay with religion. The culture is more rewarding and the tenants are more modern. I stayed at amazon for eight months. I think of my time. There is a kind of cultural immersion. Like study abroad in a foreign land. Eight months is longer than a good affair and shorter than a bad marriage. Eight months was long enough for amazon to become a part of me. You can take the entrepreneur out of amazon but you can't take amazon out of the entrepreneur. It's six thirty. Am there's no traffic as you drive across the bridge from bellevue to seattle podcasts. Sound better at six thirty a. m. at six thirty. Am even the amazon. Workforce is still rubbing the sleep out of its is before beginning their march into the office. Parking amazon cost me twenty five dollars per day. A daily reminder of amazon's prideful frugality. My blue badge gave me access to most of the buildings across the sweeping campus. It was like having a ticket to a huge theme park and at six thirty. Am i had all the rights to myself.

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Build Your Own Amazon

Software Engineering Daily

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Build Your Own Amazon

"Build your own amazon. When i worked as an engineer at amazon. I would arrive at the office every day before. Six thirty am amazon's. Enormous campus is in downtown seattle. The company expands across the city like a massive growing organism composed of towering buildings and echo spears. The constant wet mist of seattle always seems lighter within amazon campus. Perhaps thinned by the optimism. That amazon inspires in its workforce. Yes amazon is truly inspiring for all the cynical headlines. The longevity of the workforce speaks for itself brilliant people stay employed at amazon longer than they stay with religion. The culture is more rewarding and the tenants are more modern. I stayed at amazon for eight months. I think of my time. There is a kind of cultural immersion. Like study abroad in a foreign land. Eight months is longer than a good affair and shorter than a bad marriage. Eight months was long enough for amazon to become a part of me. You can take the entrepreneur out of amazon but you can't take amazon out of the entrepreneur. It's six thirty. Am there's no traffic as you drive across the bridge from bellevue to seattle podcasts. Sound better at six thirty a. m. at six thirty. Am even the amazon. Workforce is still rubbing the sleep out of its is before beginning their march into the office. Parking amazon cost me twenty five dollars per day. A daily reminder of amazon's prideful frugality. My blue badge gave me access to most of the buildings across the sweeping campus. It was like having a ticket to a huge theme park and at six thirty. Am i had all the rides to myself.

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Russia Still Using 'Brute Force' to Break Into Computer Systems

Cyber Security Headlines

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Russia Still Using 'Brute Force' to Break Into Computer Systems

"Russian military cyber unit behind large scale brute force attacks a press release issued by the national security agency on thursday indicates that the russian military cyber unit used a cooper netease cluster to quote conduct widespread distributed an anatomist brute force access attempts against hundreds of government and private sector targets worldwide and quote. The advisory indicates that the threat actors used the brute force capability to access sensitive data and identify account credentials. The actors exploited well known vulnerabilities including microsoft exchange bugs for remote code execution in further access to target networks. The advisory notes that the attacks are ongoing enlists mitigating steps. That network administrators should adapt including use of multi factor authentication implementing timeout in lockout features. Use of strong passwords and deploying zero trust security models authorities sees double vpn service used by cybercriminals a coordinated operation by authorities in nine countries from north america and europe resulted in the take down of the double vpn service which allegedly served as a hideout for ransomware operators and fishing scammers double vpn which was heavily advertised on both russian and english speaking underground cybercrime forums offered its customers single double triple and even quadruple vpn connections for as little as twenty five dollars per month to help them hide their misdeeds a seizure notice appearing on the now defunct site indicates that law enforcement has taken possession of double vpn servers including details of all of its customers and goes on to state quote. Double vpn's owners failed to provide the services. They promised and quote microsoft research team reveals critical. Vons in nekia routers on wednesday microsoft's three sixty five defender research team revealed three critical authentication. Vulnerabilities impacting neck year routers. The first bug allows unauthenticated access to any page a susceptible device by appending get variables in sub string requests while the second flop permit side channel attacks which allow attackers to extract stored credentials in the final bug allows extraction of the net gear back n. t. g. r. b. k. Encryption key allowing remote attackers to decrypt an excess stored.

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"twenty five dollars" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"twenty five dollars" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"There's a little bit of a logic puzzle to be done. I guess you'd say as companies start thinking about bringing people back to the office and those people start thinking about going back. There's generally some flexibility right some in the office full-time options. Some go ahead work from home. It's all good options and some hybrid options. But as marketplace's kristen schwab reports this pandemic might firmly be establishing the business model for third workspaces. It seventy five and sunny in brooklyn today and there are so many people out. It's as if everyone's on vacation but lots of faces are behind laptops like jake. Sunday in sitting outside bagel shop is nice to come out here and like work outside especially on like a beautiful day like this sunday and is a graphic designer. He's been working from home to skip the forty five minute commute intimate still. He needs to escape his dark apartment and his roommates. Now and then. Sometimes if i'm working right in my room so easy to just like you know hit the bed and you know that's my eyes for a little bit longer. More than seventy percent of workers want to keep the option to work remotely according to a survey from microsoft. But that doesn't necessarily mean. They want to spend all their time at home which creates a business opportunity. Nick ova is ceo of kettle. Space an app that connects users to workspaces in hotels restaurants and retail stores. And you'd be surprised at how often you know space. That's right on the ground floor. Beautiful kind of decor and lighting is just sitting there underutilized. An empty that was the case before the pandemic at kindred a mediterranean restaurant in manhattan it used to only be open for. Dinner says moshe shulman one of the owners. Now workers can rent table for twenty five dollars a day and they're attempting extras for sale. An lunch menu and also wine like to drink while they're working but not encouraged running a restaurant slash office has costs wi fi upgrades charging stations unlimited coffee but kindred is on track to pull in an extra ten thousand dollars in sales this month. Schulman thinks people like not having to do the coffee shop hop you know the awkward scrounge for wifi password and power outlets. It's a mutual understanding between you know the restaurant and then folks were to say. Relax get your work done and enjoy a dish glass of wine. After as for sunday in who was outside.

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"twenty five dollars" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"twenty five dollars" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"Up this operation. Warp feed and operation warp speed. Was this private public partnership to really scale up and ramp up production of vaccine. So it's almost like a manhattan project and it was very successful. I mean they clearly delivered. They did what they needed to do. They did what they needed to taxpayer money. Now how does that mean that. Once these drugs go on the market individuals who are gonna have to pay for them. I suspect the future. This vaccine are going to be a little bit like other. Vaccines like the flu vaccine. Which your insurance will pay or other ways. It's going to be available over the you know at a price. The the pfizer during have talked about a price of about twenty five dollars per dose at about the same as the Has the flu vaccine. Now we'll give you. I'll give you an example. The the astrazeneca vaccine the oxford astra zeneca which we don't have in this country. That vaccine is probably going to cost about two dollars. Those so a lot of people think that that vaccine is going to be the vaccine that is used more widely globally because twenty five dollars. A dose is simply not at a price that you can actually scale up globally but didn't astrazeneca that team 'cause and create lots of questions. There are a lot of questions. But i still think it's a very good vaccine. I still think it's a vaccine that produces good levels of immunity and that producers good levels of protection. So what's happening in india right now. Dr del rio well. Cases are starting to come down in india and the government is starting to get. Morgan is cases are coming down. They're doing a better job vaccinating. I still think they have ways to go. But i mean india just went through what i would say is probably one of the most horrible outbreaks we've ever seen so here in the us. We seem to turn the corner on the pandemic but now comes this darian and if we don't get that under control not only here but around the world could that jeopardize progress all over the world all. There's no doubt about that. And that's why thing that to save as this pandemic associate is premature. We still have a ways to go. And i think we need to. We need to not lose sight of that that we still have a ways to go and we can do it. But it's not. i think. Calling victories premature. Should we be walking around without masks and eating indo end of things where now doing well you know. i think if you're fully vaccinated it's okay to do all those things. I still think that when i go i am outside. I'm not wearing a mask. I still think like get again in the subway. I get in a in a plane. I get in a place in the grocery store where a lot of crowding. I still wear my mask but you know if i'm with my family and everybody's vaccinated at this evening i'm going out for dinner with with a another group of friends. We're gonna sit outside. We're all vaccinated. It's okay i mean. We cannot continue to be masked endorse and close our lives forever that also has enormous consequences for these psyche for the mental health for the individual and for the economy. So we need to start doing things but we need to do them with caution and we need to do them. We need to be thoughtful about what is good to do. And what is still unsafe to do before we close. Is there anything else. You'd like to say to our listeners. Well i would like to say to our listeners. That have you know somebody who has not been vaccinated. Do me a favor and get them back. Tell them i mean. I think i wish we can wear a button that said i've been vaccinated so we can tell others you know. Get your vaccine and talk about your vaccine and talk about how the vaccine has changed her life to me as a physician. I don't wanna see any more sick people in the hospital with covert i i. The last year. I saw too many people very sick i saw too many people die of covert. I still see people sick and dying today. All of them are unvaccinated. I think one of those hospitalizations each one of those deaths is on unnecessary death. Those persons have been vaccinated. They wouldn't be there so let's put an into this. We can do it. Dr thank you so much. It's.

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"twenty five dollars" Discussed on Startup Stories by Mixergy

Startup Stories by Mixergy

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"twenty five dollars" Discussed on Startup Stories by Mixergy

"You have our support and i think. I just didn't appreciate that before. i didn't know they. You know hearing that verbatim was a really big deal and And especially as somebody who. This is the first time i've done any of stuff. That kind of encouragement really really went along way. Their ownership get rolled over into this new product. So it wasn't a brand new business. It was just you saying oh. That's not a hard thing to let go of. But i could understand your position saying i'm about to tell them i'm a failure. Will they want their money back or or even just feel let down or will they allow me to take on this next risk and okay i understand now that i'm i'm not you not you in that situation as a person just looking at it from the outside it makes one hundred percent cents for them to say yes. Move on from that idea. So you said i'm going to start brand new from scratch. What are some of the things that you decided you were going to do with the new business with loop anti well. First and foremost. I wanted to share. I did not have a physical world component to it Of building out this this physical wrenching place or physical redemption spaces and secondarily the thing that was most important to me from a product. Designed san point to carry forward was idea of things not being dollar denominated. And so we really a lot of the aspects of next one's on me carried over into loop anti in the sense that you are sending choice. I'm you were sending a collection in next one's on me we call. These collections categories that you would send food drink coffee and lube entire. We call the collections. Where they're twenty five dollars fifty dollars and the same experiences the same where i'm sending you choice. You pick what you want. It's not about the money it's about getting you something that is actually meaningful to you in your life and and the other part that was really important when we live sleep and was i wanted to be a national solution. That's a big reason. Anyone out physical redemption place and we were able to launch with with just a very few supply relationships and we could. We could ship rate so we can serve the whole. Us and it made a really big difference. Okay that makes lot of sense. The thing that i wonder then is. If you're not going to work with local restaurants you're going to have to make a deal for the products that you want. At that point you have to ship it yourself right for each individual would the three. What are they call three. Pl's these logistics companies. That could do it for you or did you have to buy this and take it in there but we were way too small so even consider that we were dealing with target shelves and inventory lineups of four four products. I you so very beginning we..

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"twenty five dollars" Discussed on You Beauty

You Beauty

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"twenty five dollars" Discussed on You Beauty

"To a podcast. happy friday. Kill happy friday. How are you. I'm not too shabby. I'm better now that i'm here in the studio with you went gonna go shopping. I really love my products. I do every week. But i'm really trying to get like more excited than also all of mine are under twenty five dollars even spend es. I'll gosh okay. We also going through. Pull the mind any of mine spend spend give me a spendy once you spend all right. Can you start with your safety..

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"twenty five dollars" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"twenty five dollars" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Wanna barbecue on july fourth and you better get vaccinated. It just pushes you. Further and further away. Yeah yeah it does. I mean leave people alone and just let them make up their mind. That's the word. Because i'm not. I'm not more likely you're start when you start talking about the delta variant in the the the fact that if you don't get vaccinated you're gonna start start killing people that just turns me off. I just don't want to hear it. I don't want. I don't wanna consider it then whereas otherwise i've been considering it. Just leave me alone. Let me decide. I wonder if they don't think they can because they don't trust people. This government doesn't trust own not to make a decision on their own. But i wonder if you could go back in time and literally just said hey the vaccines are available like no incentives. No nothing maybe. Just say it's free. Okay if you want it. It's there no get it here your options. I wonder if their rates would be higher. I think so then. The insane propaganda in continues. Yeah it just it continues with this bribery and giveaways nonsense The who issued some guidance. Yesterday right yes under eighteen. Shouldn't get the vaccine. Yeah yeah and that's something. Isn't that something we need more evidence. We gotta see what's going on here now in their link. It didn't say like we're investigating. You know interest anything specific. They're just saying right now. We need some more evidence s to its didn't even use the word efficacy but basically they just said right now. Let's just well. I think it's because they're actually concerned about this heart issue right. The young people are getting young. People are getting this. Inflammation of the heart and the heartbreaking tweet yesterday from the ant. Yeah thirteen year old nephew. Oh gosh and so. They want some answers as to why that's happening. I think before they start pushing that again. but Jen psaki was asked. About what the game plan is in getting young people vaccinated in greater numbers. What we're working on tiktok though that is happening so and dr fauci has done several. qna's with tiktok and instagram influencers To answer questions to meet people where they are including young people. Give them information. They need Cds cova vaccine chat on. Whatsapp is now live to help. Spanish speaking young adults get vaccinated. we're working with the private sector as well as you all know. Microsoft is giving way xboxes at boys and girls clubs The college challenges rallying university students across the country. Walgreens is giving out twenty five dollars to anyone who gets vaccinated there before. July fourth These are just a couple of examples of some of the approaches. were taking. We'll build on that from there. We've all will also notice that we're seeing the same challenges that we've seen in other groups which is that access and making it is easiest possible as the name of the game and so Continuing to re to support our pharmacy program to support our mobile vaccination units to make this the vaccine as accessible to young people What are you doing for minorities though who don't know how to get online and and find the vaccination spots. What are you doing for them. They don't know how to get on the internet. You know so where they gonna do. If i'm not mistaken. A the other part. The partners or a lot of people don't know how to register now everybody in the community and the hispanic and the african american community right in the urban rural errol air distant and or and or city. This intercity know how to use the.

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"twenty five dollars" Discussed on Launch Your Farm Podcast

Launch Your Farm Podcast

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"twenty five dollars" Discussed on Launch Your Farm Podcast

"How can we dig in And it was a bit of a challenge for us because we cover three states. Dc maryland in. Virginia it's an hour and ten minutes in every direction on so trying to create a community with people who have such just spirit. You different culture Location all those things. It's kind of a little bit more challenging. I would say that if you just focus on one town or city or county so we started doing some facebook groups. We did one for dc maryland. Virginia and it was like. Spg's you know maryland's most amazing clients or something like that and one for the one. T seem virginia didn't go anywhere. Because where connected just by a state or you know what we learned quickly and we pivoted and so what we ended up doing was creating. Women's empowerment groups reached jurisdiction. And so then we could really dig in each of those groups and say okay. What do we want to do here and what we ended up doing. The short of it is is we have events We fund them in our lender partners and other vendors help fund them. We bring in an expert to come in to speak. We charge twenty five dollars per person. There's drinks and food and the money. All goes to a local nonprofit. So we're touching a lot of people there and being alive influence and it's important because you realized you had to shift you at adapt and you tried. Something didn't work really kind of rewrote until you kind of found that sweet spot and then i'm sure once you found that then it became an evolution within that going. Okay how do i make it better. How do i add to it. And how do i how do i grow it. I want to go back though. Because a lot of agents give flack and get flack when they shipped out of just focusing on real estate so a lot of agents say all it should be transaction. There's a lotta old school ages eights. Why shouldn't be doing this other stuff..

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"twenty five dollars" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"twenty five dollars" Discussed on New Media Show

"If they would if they would have already wanted to license music podcasting. This would have been done. There's not enough. Zeros was well. there's enough zeros in revenue for them to care so all they're gonna do initially right now is an in douglas. I know you guys have been pulling your hair out trying to get this done. There's other companies that are doing it too. Not just those folks so that are actually trying to build a system to to do this But i mean. I what i've heard is. The industry is looking at this as a potential revenue source. So i don't. I don't know because it's downloadable media. They can't get over their napster days. It can be readily shared copied but most podcasters if they're paying five dollars a month with their hosting account that they're not going to pay twenty five dollars for one track of music one pioneer stand. Now i understand that right. And that's that's where the rubber really hits. The road on this topic is that the likely that's going to be the expectation and it's soccer be based on. I don't believe based on downloads. So douglas says how tough to beat up. Load the license when you upload the podcast the licensed better be encoded in the mp three. Yeah well especially if we're having to scan everything and compared against the database right. They asked that that license is going to have to go into them three while it's going to have to end the music signature somehow without licenses. So i it's it's it's a pandora's box is ugly and you know the e you already cost me To implement gdp are. I think i think we figured out was six or seven hundred thousand dollars. Deb time every legal all that stuff. Maybe happen mill. So what is this gonna cost me. This is much more expensive. This much harder shoe. It's a monster issue. No question about it And most. I don't think most of the smaller podcasts hosting companies are equipped to handle this. If if you think you weren't equipped to handle.

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"twenty five dollars" Discussed on The Poker Zoo

The Poker Zoo

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"twenty five dollars" Discussed on The Poker Zoo

"Any Normal player in. However i just had a week as so i folded out The the button ended up calling and losing the hand he never showed but the The small blind hit eight queen eight of hearts and Came along the whole way but yeah okay so good You know you got out there. But you got bloodied. I mean there's a lot of money going into this pot for volume. The twenty dollar open high quality open. Delete that You may the twenty dollar isolation You put in twenty five dollars. You didn't need you on the flop and now you put in this Polar bet which is saying you have at least as queen. Maybe even better. You're beating aces..

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"twenty five dollars" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"twenty five dollars" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Enough you can fin on boy who have some extra time in philadelphia. She's the fill a gap be a little bit of time. Time saturday and sunday enke's and phillies. Yeah bed sox They go the med sox. The mets play the padres. tonight jacob. degrom blake snell. Is the pitching match odd man. That's beautiful night at city field. It should be yes capacities. Thirty three thousand camman. Pack the place got to be sold out tonight. You know what. Alison things. So i think they will. It's a weekend. Do i think they will. I think schools out for some. Yeah so let's go to sell thirty three thousand seats tonight to see jake degrom. For god's sake. I think they're going to tell you they did but no they'll be empty lot empty seats. There may be empty seats behind home plate. But i i yeah. That's the part that you gotta fill to make people. Are there the problem with that though. Is those the buji seats. Those people decide. They don't wanna show up. They just buy the tickets. They don't care it's awful or give them away. Yes and stuff like that but it's it's such a bed visual like the plan very poorly for make those seats cheaper seats in the building agree and yeah first come first serve you know by by for a buck fifty and get food and that all that stuff. That's in move that stuff upstairs move that upstairs. Yeah move that upstairs. And here's the thing that's interesting like you know how the islanders love the fact that they play in the coliseum costume. It's a lower bowl and how it is and they're trying to recreate that at ubs arena. Now i wouldn't you want that. Yeah now i know in the playoffs. It's different you're going to get people that are gonna show up but those aren't the real problem with the theory. It's a great idea. The problem is though you're going to have put the secondary market. If the mets sold those tickets for twenty five dollars to get the real fan in they'd be sold so about this though you it's walk up only and you pay your cash and you walk right in can only walk up. Only you know maybe if you take..

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Light 4Bets At $5/$10 Online 6-Max Cash

Chasing Poker Greatness

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Light 4Bets At $5/$10 Online 6-Max Cash

"Want to start the hand number. One that i played about a month ago and i played it on a poker coaching. Dot com playing explained livestream as well so Brad's hand starts with us at a five hundred table playing five ten. No limit cash on ignition. Brad is under the gun or excuse me. We're finding five handed. So brad is in the middle position with eight seven of spades opens twenty five dollars the player in the cutoff. Who looks like a rag. Three about two seventy dollars. Everybody else folds caught off and brad are. I guess we should finish up. Ashen brad bets to two hundred thirty dollars. Oath brad and the cutoff started about a hundred and forty five big blinds effective on rag but his three about sizing was team very very small even versus a hundred big stack versus two and a half x. Open making it. Seventy is definitely smaller than what i would expect. I'd expect closer to ninety or maybe even one hundred out a huge deal. I think the more interesting. Our pre flop is your decision to four but actually don't actually think that villains throughout sizing somewhat reasonable at this depth and because they're in position. I don't think they necessarily need to go super big because they can. They can go smaller here. Then they can defend very appropriately versus four bat swallow retaining position throughout the rest of the hand. And if i call very often facing the small three bet sizing then basically. I'm gonna be out of position in a deep sack pot throughout the rest of the hand which is going to be pretty annoying to navigate so actually think villains three about sizing here is it's reasonable. I don't think it's it's definitely not a not worth nitpicking over the sizing for sure. Yeah in seventy eight. Suited is gonna be commits close to the bottom of my. Mp opening range. It's a handed. I mean again. I'm probably defending almost everything except for some alike off suit. Ace jack off type hands. I think those hands are going to get folded but pretty much fitting everything versus small three about sizing and need to find some hands to forget with for board coverage and then also bottom of range type for hands that could flop pretty well can give me some equity post flop and like i said can cover some some of the lower middling type boards that we would like to have some good hands on those boards to so because of all of that. I decided to go ahead and four about this hand if it does five bet which i don't know that they're gonna five bet really anything here even aces and kings. I think those hands might just flat but if they do five bed it's obviously pretty easy to fold the seven hundred and eight.

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"twenty five dollars" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"twenty five dollars" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"With some of these companies. Is that if you live in a sprint. Deadzone don't get a sprint dead. Zo sprint network phone. But there's a lot of different phone systems out there. That can be like ten or fifteen dollars a month. So that right there is a hundred dollar savings that can go right into your roth. Ira yeah i was actually thinking of of moving to mint because i have tried it before i had like a free trial when bought a phone once many works great in my area and i recently just switched to which is why it's so expensive but because i just got tired of my of plan before i was paying twenty five dollars for unlimited just crazy but i just. I don't know if. I can get out of verizon now. Because i just moved so soon i don't know if they have those fees to get outta there yet. That's something to consider when moving your plan but if there is a fee to move and it's exorbitantly expensive than stay there until the contract ends and then move again to mit. We haven't talked about death yet. Yeah we should go to the balance sheet there but just to piggyback mendis. Point the fewer of these recurring subscriptions that you have the lower the subscriptions. You have the better off. You're going to be obviously with this. And so that's kind of like at the strategic level just kind of understanding that and your goal is to move out and have the strongest financial position or the goal that i just stated for you. You can change that into a tweak it if you like but is within the next five years it sounds like do you think that will happen by the end of five years. You'll graduate or what year do you think you would finish up the degree and thinking i might finish one twenty four. I don't want to go to school fulltime. Just because then. I would have to work part time and i feel like s- that wouldn't really be too helpful. Even though i would finish faster is could save more.

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Fasting and the Microbiome With Mike Mutzel

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:19 min | 1 year ago

Fasting and the Microbiome With Mike Mutzel

"Mike. Welcome to the fast. Transformation summit jonkers thanks. Thanks so much for the opportunity to great to be with you to amazing videos over the past couple of years. Super grateful to call you a friend Learn from you continue to learn from you and all the great work you're doing so honored to be here. It's just absolutely well. Thanks so much for being a part and howard tell everybody how you really got got started with functional medicine and and what interested you in the microbiome. Yeah really good. Question like people had health issues. My a foray into this Training in college. I wanted to be a pro cyclist. Don't ask me why just rose. This was back when lance armstrong was on the twitter. Franz madaba is really into it. sorta racing School bike team college by team and training. Twenty twenty five dollars a week and got really depressed. Tired had a lot of josh. Who's constipation diarrhea and so forth in. I kind of knew that. I was over training but i i went to the doctor and said half. You'll really like lightheaded. Every time i stand up. I get dizzy. What's going on and she's like you know like you're probably just depressed. It's your senior year. You're pre med student. Want you just take an assessor. I and i'm like. I don't think that's the issue so anyway went back to the medical research typed in overturning syndrome and i found this whole list of endocrinology gastrointestinal complications in athletes are overtraining. So weird that. This doctor wouldn't tell you about this anyway. So i just realized there was a chasm there. Through little bit of serendipity started working with it and we're going to medical doctor right after a guy into college after college got into a sales gig working for function. Medicine supplement company so got really exposed that way and my four range. The microbiome is through one of the medical assistance at gerard galleries office. In addition that i was working with so i can get some hours and some volunteer work In order to go to med school she thought she underwent gastric bypass surgery. Bariatric surgery lost was like two hundred pounds or two hundred fifty some odd pounds. Who the matter of one hundred twenty days didn't change your diet which was really interesting because i thought the dodgers would tell her to change her that so she was still kind of eating some of that junk food but but lost the weight and i thought there's got to be more to this than just restricting food. Someone can't eat the of the procedure.

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US denies Iran claims of prisoner deal; UK plays it down

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

US denies Iran claims of prisoner deal; UK plays it down

"The state department is denying a report that deals have been reached with Iran for the release of U. S. and British prisoners but he might not be as although the you try harder isn't going to get you twenty five dollars off the house to meet your daughter citing unidentified sources Iran state television reported what it described as for American spice would be swapped for for Aronian prisoners and seven billion dollars state TV is run by hardliners in the report comes amid a power struggle between hard liners in the relatively moderate government of Iranian president Hassan Rouhani raising the prospect the report was intended to disrupt talks in Vienna on resuscitating Iran's nuclear deal with world powers state department spokesman that prices simply report sent a prisoner swap deal has been reached are not true my president Biden's chief of staff Ron Klain tells CBS's face the nation the U. S. is working very hard to get the Americans released but so far there's no agreement Ben Thomas Washington

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Your Grandma's Meme Stocks of the 1980s

Kottke Ride Home

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Your Grandma's Meme Stocks of the 1980s

"Disillusioned wall street. Rose tried to hack the system and punitively bring power to the people. Another group of unlikely. Investors teamed up to get a piece of the pie themselves. A group of sixteen women mostly retired seniors known as the beards town ladies. The hustle recently recounted the women's rise and fall in the nineteen eighties. at honestly. i'd say even their fall from grace wasn't that bad but we'll get to that so there's is mostly story of women deciding to claim their space in sector that had historically discounted them zone in the early eighties. Betty sinaga bank teller in beards town illinois decided she wanted to buy some stocks. She kept seeing customers. Drop off substantial dividend checks to get in on that but she didn't know too much about investing and had trouble finding a broker because as she put it. None of them wanted to deal with an old lady. She teamed up with another woman facing the same challenge. Shirley gross the two of them interested women in the town and founded the beards town business and professional women's investment club. Many of the women were retired. The youngest just forty one and the oldest eighty seven somewhere teachers. Some small business owners others were farmers and homemakers. Hardly any of them had experience in the stock market but they met together once a week to learn together swapping tips and resources as they snack. Doritos drink pepsi. After starting meetings with a poem they would discuss which stocks to buy with their pooled funds. Each woman had paid one hundred dollars at the start and contributed twenty five dollars a month in dues. Quoting the hustle. The club's process for identifying good stocks was a mixture of intuition research. And good old fashioned legwork as self proclaimed fundamentalists or value investors. They gravitated towards stocks. They felt were underestimated by the market.

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"twenty five dollars" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast

RFK Refugees Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"twenty five dollars" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast

"Virtual tailgate light tailgate on saturday remains to be seen more. All members of the show will physically be located for the show. But we will all be on this zoom. The idea is we're going to get together. We're gonna drink a beer or whatever it is you want to drink alcoholic or non talk about the season. Talk about the game Just enjoy being each other's company Before the game and then we will have a very short thirty minute. Pregame show which will then indirectly transition into the official netted game show on on comcast or wherever. It's going to be this weekend so make sure your join up for that. We will have If you join up today this week you'll get the link for the zoom but you can join up right up right up until a start time. Which is six thirty. So make sure you go to argue refuse com slash tailgate. And sign up. If you haven't yet it tell your friends bring bring bring bring all the people that you would normally have brought to a tailgate except for you get to drink beer in your house. I guess i don't know the different. If you're vaccinated have have a safe watch party bring over some of your other vaccinated friends and and pulp some beers in. We're going to talk the game. So i mean i. Thirty minutes is going to be You talked about the team talking about everything. And then we'll have the official show so definitely check that you don't want miss you not and other thing that we've got to promote for you. We have a scarf for twenty twenty one which is pretty cool there. It is right now. We got our test photos today. They're being produced in sent a lot of. You've already preordered and i really appreciate that as soon as we get them. Prayers rule out the door and a lot of also ordered stickers so If you guys want if you guys want those it's great Refugees dot com. It's on the top and on the right hand side of the web page where you can preorder. I believe twenty five dollars And that comes..

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"twenty five dollars" Discussed on The Mom Voice

The Mom Voice

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five dollars" Discussed on The Mom Voice

"That you need to do in someone else's home and you wanna look good absolutely and i think there's that level of courtesy but also with the payment like when i mentioned twenty five dollars the beginning i about died when i got. That's high. The minimum wage here in arizona is fifteen so sure concert at chick for fifteen dollars an hour and babysit for me for fifteen dollars an hour now. Also the comparison of the lake actual effort. There is different. Let's be on your in the comfort of someone's home and you can get a snack and we turn on a movie and really the kids entertain themselves or maybe you have to play a board game. Woohoo you're not like over the grill boxing. Up whiny complain. You know customers so it is different. But i do think if you're willing to pay the minimum wage or even above that or whatever. It's kind of going rate in your area. I don't think there's anything wrong with having a little bit of expectation. What's being done in your home while you're not there. I absolutely agree. And if you want to learn said with a new person have a list like. I don't think there's any problem in that of like having a checklist. I've done that many times. Especially when it's an overnight situation or like a more extended like all day situation..

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"twenty five dollars" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five dollars" Discussed on Pressure Points

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"twenty five dollars" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five dollars" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"twenty five dollars" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five dollars" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Twelve fifty each. And as i may have mentioned single use. You use it once and you throw it away. Though on the i read of this you like this is ridiculous but when you start thinking about it a bit more especially in the context of somebody that works out all the time it it. Actually something i i would. I'm going to try out. I'm nine once. They probably i will try to sell and understanding that You know people digest food differently. they intake nutrients differently and So you if you see a nutritionist. They take yo if they're not taking a blood then. You're probably wasting your time because you really need to identify how your body is using all the fuel that it's getting the this makes us now. The question is how much can they really get from an odd from a phone and a colored thing A patch that sits on your arm but nonetheless i will spend twenty five dollars to give it a shot you know and maybe i would only do it on my on my heaviest days. Where i'm like okay. This is the day they don't going to max out and Go from there. You'll see okay. If i wanna perform the best on this day. Let's make sure properly hydrated i could. I'm one who catches cramps all the time at twenty five bucks a shot will twelve fifty a shot. I guess you're not going to want to use it every time you work out. But i leesville where you're like okay. I don't definitely want to cramp up today. Because i'm pushing it. Maybe yeah maybe definitely days. I've been game and had to drop the control. I mean this. I'm all in on this like telling me how much how much water i lost. And how much sodium i lost. They sound simple but they're really important in those situations. It's it's the twelve fifty single use. Were unlike with us. Yeah yeah so hopefully that come down or youth e powerade and everybody else jump into this game as well then that forces the price now because he had twenty five dollars to uses at. That's a bit pricey but the idea of being able to do this at home and not having to go out somewhere..

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"twenty five dollars" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five dollars" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"It's not hard to seek is but a human trial or excuse me a human experimentation. That's a huge deal. I'll follow up on this as it goes forward. They're going it's happening as we speak right. This is happening. But it's important to realize that this is easily easily related to what's going on in this country and really everywhere else in the world for that matter. It's coming out left and right guys. It's just about whether or not you're willing to acknowledge it. Oh and by the way after all that you know that you all the terrible things can happen. Well we're just gonna give you money this supermarket chain saying we'll just give you four hours a pay if you get the cororavirus vaccine as somebody puts down here. So it's like twenty five dollars so what we got out free beer at a bar you get the vaccine. We got waffle house offering free waffles. And you get a vaccine. We've got dc locations and i think maybe dc california offering free marijuana if you get a vaccine clearly. It's the most important vaccine that's going to house. Save everybody and we all know it right. That's why they went to bribe us. Everybody's aware of what this is and they don't want you know that they don't want you to know that we all see it. That means that we realized we're the majority they don't want that but they'll bribe you.

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"twenty five dollars" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

I Read Comic Book

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five dollars" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

"Go after brubaker and phillips or what was that book called bad thursday or whatever The one that the the sad man smoking on the front cruel summer crew. Sally so bad we cruel summer. The big book bad weekend summer is a song anyway. Something like that for me As much as. I want to really help the creators with something like that. It's just. It's just really hard to swing. Because like what seventy five pages for eighteen or nineteen dollars is i mean. That's that's tough. And i think what i'm the book at all right. What's that but at that point. You're not buying the book at all though at that point like for me like that shifts into a hoopla rental typically. Okay sometimes the see you if you can but typically that doesn't always happen and I mean beyond that. I guess maybe what that is is like. It's a hoopla rental followed by if it's a really enjoyed hoopla rental then it becomes a purchase and i mean the only good thing The only nice thing not good the nice thing about that situation is that typically is that those books are priced on digital services. The pricing is basically right in line with them with buying the print. So at that point you might as well just by the book because if you're going to pay twenty five dollars for eighty pages digital or twenty five dollars for eighty pages physical at least at that point. That decision becomes massively easier in. You could just put a book on your shelf if i'm you know and it's not a massive book so into pointing point like i. I just reckless the new brubaker book. I had reread it on hoopla saturated. Before i bought it like okay and i have other books pulp and weekend in all my years been junkies but i read all those digital i by barring them from hoopla. But i like i really like the way..

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