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Biden sees bigger role for US farms due to Ukraine war

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Biden sees bigger role for US farms due to Ukraine war

"President president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden today today today today aims aims aims aims to to to to highlight highlight highlight highlight the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. farming farming farming farming as as as as a a a a way way way way of of of of using using using using a a a a global global global global rise rise rise rise in in in in food food food food prices prices prices prices the the the the president president president president yesterday yesterday yesterday yesterday noted noted noted noted Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's war war war war in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine is is is is disrupting disrupting disrupting disrupting the the the the world world world world to to to to wheat wheat wheat wheat and and and and corn corn corn corn supply supply supply supply Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine has has has has twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty million million million million tons tons tons tons of of of of grain grain grain grain in in in in storage storage storage storage silos silos silos silos right right right right now now now now but but but but it's it's it's it's stuck stuck stuck stuck in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine due due due due to to to to the the the the war war war war at at at at a a a a farm farm farm farm in in in in Illinois Illinois Illinois Illinois today today today today spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman Jen Jen Jen Jen Psaki Psaki Psaki Psaki says says says says the the the the president president president president will will will will lay lay lay lay out out out out what what what what the the the the administration administration administration administration can can can can do do do do to to to to help help help help US US US US farmers farmers farmers farmers fill fill fill fill the the the the void void void void just just just just as as as as we we we we are are are are providing providing providing providing weapons weapons weapons weapons we're we're we're we're going going going going to to to to work work work work on on on on doing doing doing doing what what what what we we we we can can can can to to to to support support support support farmers farmers farmers farmers to to to to provide provide provide provide more more more more weeds weeds weeds weeds and and and and other other other other food food food food around around around around the the the the world world world world the the the the White White White White House House House House says says says says he'll he'll he'll he'll announce announce announce announce more more more more funding funding funding funding for for for for domestic domestic domestic domestic fertilizer fertilizer fertilizer fertilizer production production production production among among among among other other other other steps steps steps steps still still still still there there there there are are are are limits limits limits limits to to to to just just just just how how how how much much much much we we we we the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. can can can can produce produce produce produce to to to to offset offset offset offset any any any any shortages shortages shortages shortages Sager Sager Sager Sager made made made made Ghani Ghani Ghani Ghani Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Biden admin to promote availability of COVID antiviral pill

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Biden admin to promote availability of COVID antiviral pill

"The the the the Biden Biden Biden Biden administration administration administration administration wants wants wants wants Americans Americans Americans Americans and and and and their their their their doctors doctors doctors doctors to to to to know know know know there's there's there's there's now now now now plenty plenty plenty plenty of of of of the the the the lifesaving lifesaving lifesaving lifesaving covered covered covered covered nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen pill pill pill pill packs packs packs packs loaded loaded loaded loaded to to to to go go go go around around around around I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with some some some some details details details details the the the the Biden Biden Biden Biden administration administration administration administration is is is is advising advising advising advising doctors doctors doctors doctors Pfizer's Pfizer's Pfizer's Pfizer's covert covert covert covert nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen antiviral antiviral antiviral antiviral treatment treatment treatment treatment is is is is an an an an ample ample ample ample supply supply supply supply and and and and no no no no longer longer longer longer needs needs needs needs to to to to be be be be rationed rationed rationed rationed expo expo expo expo but but but but has has has has shown shown shown shown it it it it can can can can save save save save lives lives lives lives and and and and prevent prevent prevent prevent serious serious serious serious disease disease disease disease if if if if prescribed prescribed prescribed prescribed in in in in a a a a timely timely timely timely fashion fashion fashion fashion that's that's that's that's within within within within five five five five days days days days of of of of symptoms symptoms symptoms symptoms appearing appearing appearing appearing the the the the bill bill bill bill was was was was first first first first approved approved approved approved in in in in December December December December the the the the supply supply supply supply was was was was initially initially initially initially very very very very limited limited limited limited discovered discovered discovered discovered nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen cases cases cases cases across across across across the the the the country country country country have have have have fallen fallen fallen fallen in in in in manufacturing manufacturing manufacturing manufacturing picked picked picked picked up up up up it's it's it's it's now now now now far far far far more more more more abundant abundant abundant abundant the the the the US US US US has has has has ordered ordered ordered ordered enough enough enough enough pills pills pills pills to to to to treat treat treat treat twenty twenty twenty twenty million million million million people people people people that's that's that's that's estimated estimated estimated estimated to to to to last last last last for for for for several several several several more more more more months months months months efforts efforts efforts efforts to to to to expand expand expand expand availability availability availability availability will will will will include include include include director director director director pharmacy pharmacy pharmacy pharmacy ordering ordering ordering ordering Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Nations to release millions of barrels of oil amid war

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Nations to release millions of barrels of oil amid war

"Nations nations nations nations from from from from around around around around the the the the world world world world have have have have agreed agreed agreed agreed to to to to release release release release oil oil oil oil from from from from there there there there a a a a merchant merchant merchant merchant see see see see reserves reserves reserves reserves to to to to take take take take aim aim aim aim at at at at rising rising rising rising energy energy energy energy prices prices prices prices the the the the international international international international energy energy energy energy agency agency agency agency says says says says it's it's it's it's thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one member member member member nations nations nations nations have have have have agreed agreed agreed agreed to to to to release release release release a a a a total total total total of of of of one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred twenty twenty twenty twenty million million million million barrels barrels barrels barrels over over over over six six six six months months months months that's that's that's that's the the the the largest largest largest largest release release release release in in in in the the the the history history history history of of of of the the the the group group group group half half half half will will will will come come come come from from from from the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. as as as as part part part part of of of of the the the the larger larger larger larger release release release release from from from from its its its its strategic strategic strategic strategic petroleum petroleum petroleum petroleum reserve reserve reserve reserve that that that that president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden announced announced announced announced last last last last week week week week the the the the latest latest latest latest releases releases releases releases from from from from I. I. I. I. EA EA EA EA members members members members or or or or in in in in addition addition addition addition to to to to the the the the nearly nearly nearly nearly sixty sixty sixty sixty three three three three million million million million barrels barrels barrels barrels they they they they said said said said they they they they would would would would release release release release last last last last month month month month to to to to ease ease ease ease shortages shortages shortages shortages energy energy energy energy prices prices prices prices which which which which have have have have soared soared soared soared since since since since Russia Russia Russia Russia invaded invaded invaded invaded Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine have have have have fueled fueled fueled fueled inflation inflation inflation inflation worldwide worldwide worldwide worldwide I'm I'm I'm I'm Mike Mike Mike Mike Kempen Kempen Kempen Kempen

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 China faces omicron test weeks ahead of Beijing Olympics

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

China faces omicron test weeks ahead of Beijing Olympics

"China China is is fighting fighting off off an an onslaught onslaught of of Kareena Kareena virus virus outbreaks outbreaks in in several several cities cities just just weeks weeks before before hosting hosting the the Beijing Beijing winter winter Olympics Olympics the the Chinese Chinese government government is is enforcing enforcing a a zero zero tolerance tolerance Cupid Cupid nineteen nineteen policy policy to to stop stop neighboring neighboring outbreaks outbreaks disrupting disrupting the the Beijing Beijing winter winter Olympics Olympics across across China China more more than than twenty twenty million million people people are are in in some some form form of of clock clock town town with with many many prevented prevented from from needing needing that that Haynes Haynes the the city city of of tangent tangent which which is is an an hour hour from from Beijing Beijing is is on on higher higher nuts nuts well well then then on on to to Pullach Pullach found found the the city city of of council council delays delays to to flights flights suspended suspended high high speed speed train train services services and and closed closed highways highways nevertheless nevertheless despite despite an an unabated unabated global global pandemic pandemic and and the the U. U. S. S. led led diplomatic diplomatic boycott boycott organizes organizes all all determines determines that that the the games games will will go go on on I'm I'm Karen Karen Thomas Thomas China China is is fighting fighting off off an an onslaught onslaught of of Kareena Kareena virus virus outbreaks outbreaks in in several several cities cities just just weeks weeks before before hosting hosting the the Beijing Beijing winter winter Olympics Olympics the the

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China locks down third city, raising affected to 20 million

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

China locks down third city, raising affected to 20 million

"The the Chinese Chinese city city who's who's looked looked down down its its residents residents because because of of a a covert covert nineteen nineteen up up break break raising raising the the number number confined confined to to their their homes homes in in China China to to about about twenty twenty million million people people it it wasn't wasn't clear clear how how long long the the lockdown lockdown in in honey honey young young home home to to five five point point five five million million people people would would lost lost mass mass testing testing is is being being enforced enforced standard standard procedure procedure whatever whatever outbreaks outbreaks pop pop up up around around the the massive massive country country as as well well another another fourteen fourteen point point one one million million people people a a lot lot down down into into all all the the large large cities cities with with restrictions restrictions imposed imposed on on the the port port off off from from Beijing Beijing which which used used to to host host the the winter winter Olympics Olympics from from February February for for a a games games official official responsible responsible for for disease disease control control says says if if Hamas Hamas class class the the coded coded nineteen nineteen transmission transmission happens happens it it will will impact impact the the games games on on the the schedule schedule for for shore shore I'm I'm Charles Charles to to let let us us know know

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Donors pledge $223M aimed at reducing methane emissions

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 10 months ago

Donors pledge $223M aimed at reducing methane emissions

"Donors have pledged two hundred and twenty three million dollars aimed at reducing methane emissions a coalition of philanthropic donors says they will spend more than two hundred and twenty million dollars to reduce global methane emissions that's the largest private commitment ever toward this effort methane which is the main component of natural gas is one of the most potent agents of climate damage the donors say the money will support the diplomatic efforts spearheaded by the U. S. and the European Union to lower methane emissions I'm surely Adler

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Advocates, lawmakers push hospitals to help more with bills

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 10 months ago

Advocates, lawmakers push hospitals to help more with bills

"Swamped with medical bills the hospital that treated you may be able to help and some advocates say they need to do more to ensure patients know that roughly one in seven U. S. residents with a credit record has medical debt in collections according to the nonprofit urban institute hospitals have ways to keep more people from joining those ranks those can include income based discounts payment plans help funding health insurance or waving a bill and writing it off as charity care people frequently missed notices in their bills about assistance or have trouble plowing through the paperwork to qualify that's according to Beijing counselors Jared Walker who runs a nonprofit dollar for that helps people with medical debt posted at tictoc video that shows how to search for financial assistance on hospital websites it's such a popular topic it's been viewed more than twenty million times I'm Julie Walker

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Powerball jackpot rises to $620 million, 10th largest in US

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Powerball jackpot rises to $620 million, 10th largest in US

"Get ready for a long lines and big dreams as Powerball fever heats up again it's been nearly four months since someone one power ball so the jackpot for Saturday's somewhere around six hundred twenty million dollars that's the tenth highest prize in U. S. history lots of people who don't ordinarily buy lottery tickets are willing to line up for their chance the odds though are not great one in two hundred ninety two million the last time there was a power ball winner was June fifth I'm Jackie Quinn

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Sotheby's Puts Rare U.S. Constitution Copy for Auction

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 11 months ago

Sotheby's Puts Rare U.S. Constitution Copy for Auction

"Sotheby's will auction a rare copy of the US constitution it's one of only eleven surviving copies of the constitution from the official first printing it's the only copy that still in private hands and when it goes to auction in November it's expected to bring in as much as twenty million dollars Selby care for a senior specialist at Sotheby's who's handling this says it likely belong to either a member of the Continental Congress ordered one of the delegates to the Continental convention he says your eye is immediately drawn to that first line we the people of the United States the document is from the collection of Dorothy tapper proceeds from the sale will benefit her foundation which promotes the understanding of US democracy I'm ready to fall late

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FTX Teams up With Steph Curry & Tom Brady

Crypto Current

01:08 min | 11 months ago

FTX Teams up With Steph Curry & Tom Brady

"Tom brady and his wife giselle whose last name i can't pronounce ages caught a bag. I got twenty million dollars or doing like a minute and a half commercial for. Which is you know. Major crypto exchange. But besides that steph curry was involved. And i think this was wednesday is when it was announced that he was going be partnering up with fda as well so to the biggest names in american sports right now. Hoppy on the crypto. Y'all crypto hype train and doing it with fda access has been making waves all year. Long as steve. If you remember. But the my hand miami heat's at arena. I guess arena stadium. Basketball arena will now be the fda arena A major east boards organization at tsn. They actually sold away their naming rights so their official name is actually. Tsm teac now. Now this is all within the last six months. This is the happening so wild times are fda and big moves as well.

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Los Angeles Lakers Could Fill out Roster With DeAndre Jordan

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Lakers Could Fill out Roster With DeAndre Jordan

"Just give us a little on. What you think's going to happen with andre jordan was traded to the pistons. Everybody's yeah he's going to be out and that means he's going to be the next guy that the lakers will go get what do you say i think he is I think they're the most likely team to get him But there's just. I never say never with bio guys even because this is kind of been the rumor for three or four weeks at this point That this happened in brooklyn and it was just a matter of were they going to do the bio for him was he going to have to be traded. I if it say brooklyn a whole lot of money the fact that they they just save millions of dollars on their luxury tax bill by doing it this way. Also nicer de'andre like deandra got that because he was part of the kevin durant kyrie irving initial big three in in brooklyn and he was just. He's friends with all those guys. They played on team usa together and he was essential for them in signing with the nets. A little while back and it was a him signing that he gets paid twenty million a year that is not his market value. They overpaid for him. In the beginning as part of a like a sign let sign kevin durant and kyrie irving and it was you know finally worked out that way but at some point you make so much money and your they have a lot of guys at that position but they you know straight into detroit. They they They're going to do a buy out. He's going to give back a little bit of money. Detroit gets four second round out of it so they get something And also some other some other complicated salary cap things but we all thought lamarcus aldridge was going to miami. Last year on the market he ended up going to brooklyn so until he clears. Waivers and intel other teams have a chance to approach the andre. I wouldn't i wouldn't say it's likely or expected or anything like that. I would use much more. Vague words. you know. He fits with the lakers. He would fit in that role. I think would have a pretty well defined role and if you're on the buyout market and you're gonna sign for minimum like that's what you're looking for is someplace you can play.

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Bill Gates on the Important Choices He Made in His Tenure at Microsoft

Venture Stories

02:46 min | 1 year ago

Bill Gates on the Important Choices He Made in His Tenure at Microsoft

"As the founder and operating ceo for twenty five years of one of the most prolific invaluable startups. I wanted to start with your perspective on the important choices that you made during your tenure microsoft and how you view those choices as they've related to the long-term growth story at the company well microsoft was very lucky in that we're not a capital intensive business. You know it was financed by money. I made in high school. And i did the school gasoline and there was all sorts of things you can do and make money fairly easily in those days. 'cause i'm people who knew how to do. Software things was was very small. We did take an investment. We sold five percent of the company and by the way from twenty million to win a million dollars from venture firm dave mark carts venture them just because we wanted to have him actually. It was more senior people but it ended up being him. Advise us about various choices we had to make and those early days we were because we knew that software was this magical thing and it was enabled because the chip was magical and weirdly. People didn't understand that. Moore's law essentially said that computing power would be infinite and so the best way to think about it was to say okay. Software would be the limiting factor towards any sort of digitally assisted activity and we thought of ourselves as a software company. We ended up competing with companies that were single product companies. so like. I wonder if anybody's here's ever heard like ashton tape or has anybody ever heard ashton. Okay good was a great article where i gave a hardcore speech about our database in it. Said gate says ashton-tate never existed. But i did actually say that. I said that they might cease to exist at some point anyway very competitive. There was a spreadsheet called one-two-three a word processor called wordperfect so these were single product companies and in terms of really building your engineering tools. You're international distribution sales consulting. How you work with corporate tells forced you thought of yourself as a software company and a platform company was very different than saying okay. I have one two three. Which was a lotus spreadsheet products. So we didn't feel for ambition but then the intensity of executing on it was super super

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Jake Paul's Greatest Accomplishment So Far: Disrupting the Boxing Model

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

01:19 min | 1 year ago

Jake Paul's Greatest Accomplishment So Far: Disrupting the Boxing Model

"I love the way. The paul has disrupted the boxing model. I love the way. He stepped in as a famous guy who just had something that he wanted to do. And look fame. Doesn't just travel you wherever you go and you guys would know the viewers think of your favorite hollywood actor throw the big names denzel washington right brad pitt throughout some big names jennifer aniston if they go over to boxing. Are you going to come with them. Just because you're just ask yourself that question and they'll be part. Yeah i would go watch you. Might you might go watch them once. But you're not gonna just come with them and we've seen this tested both ways. We've seen people in the boxing world roy jones junior. Who's a big and meaningful name within the box and thought he could parlay that into rap. I think if memory serves me right even shaquille o'neal try doing some level of music and entertainment to get those fans to come with you no matter where you go your youtube star but you transition those fans and you pivot over to boxing. That does not just happen. Because you have twenty million followers. There is an art to that. That's where jake. Paul should get the credit his ability to bring people along the journey. That is jake. Paul's life and for them to not care. What genre you're going into. That is an art. Like no other. If you wanna go study jake paul. That's what you want to

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Immigration Numbers Need to Drop to Unify Country, Assimilate Present Immigrants Properly

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Immigration Numbers Need to Drop to Unify Country, Assimilate Present Immigrants Properly

"I have no problem with any race of people. I have no problem with illegal immigrant. That has come into our country now. Do i think that the number should be lower than they are absolutely. I've i've been out front saying that on this show many times. I think we should be. you know. basically we've taken and so many millions of people over the last couple of decades. Let's forty years. That i think america needs time to digest a very large meal. We need to chance for this for our culture to sort of assimilate everybody properly and to gain unity. That has also obviously been lost in the last number of decades. That's my biggest issue is. I don't like crowding. That's another issue. And i don't like when our culture is getting attacked from within by people that don't understand our culture but yet have legal claim to be here. I don't think that's a good situation for us now. The demographic shift this is what they're hailing now. A lot of people are saying that these numbers show that. There's an uptick in the cities. Now there's they're saying that the all this population growth there saying it's the lowest since the nineteen thirties into the depression. But folks i did that. The hard numbers. We're now at three hundred thirty. Three million people three hundred thirty three million people in america. You go back to like nineteen sixty. There's only one hundred eighty six million but the delta was twenty three million change between then and nineteen seventy twenty million change between nineteen seventy in one thousand nine hundred twenty two point six million so basically twenty three million between nineteen eighty and nineteen ninety. And then you know so. So what they're talking here is. They're saying the slowest rate of growth. It's because we have more people were still having. The total number has stayed constant roughly. We just had another twenty three point nine million increase between two thousand and ten thousand twenty. So we're still gaining over twenty million people every decade. it's just we have more people. So the percentage of that number is lower. So don't don't believe

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Here’s Why Apple’s New Child Safety Features Are So Controversial

Recode Decode

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Here’s Why Apple’s New Child Safety Features Are So Controversial

"Now. For better or worse we've gotten used to our content being scanned in moderated in the class especially when it shared facebook and instagram scan everything that shared on their platforms and report over twenty million pieces of content to nick mic every year dropbox scans platforms microsoft and google skin there platforms child abuse material. In fact microsoft makes photo dna which is the software most of these used for scanning most every company has been scanning your data in the cloud except for apple which has long resisted looking at user data in the name of privacy apple even markets the iphone using privacy as teacher. What's up billboards. Let's say what happens on your iphone stays in your iphone but with this new announcement. Apples crossed a very big bridge in order to avoid simply scanning your photos in the cloud apple system. I involves your phone generating hash signatures of all of your photos. Matching those values against a database of hashes provided by nick. Nick that's also on your phone and then attaching safety vouchers to those images. As uploaded to cloud photos all of this happens using a variety of complex encryption methods designed to keep your photos and the process private from apple but if enough of your photos are matches the system will flag the images apple will have a human review them and pass them along to nick if appropriate the trade off is that instead of scanning images in the cloud apple has designed what it says is a much more private process that involves scanning images on your phone and that is a very big line to cross basically the iphones operating system. Now has the capability to look at your photos and mash them up against a database illegal content and you cannot remove it and while we all agree that adding this capability is justifiable in the face of child abuse. There are huge questions about what happens when governments around the world from the uk to china. Ask apple to matchup other kinds of

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The Lives of Flies

The Book Review

02:26 min | 1 year ago

The Lives of Flies

"Jonathan bell joins us now from belleville ontario. His latest book is called superfly to unexpected lives of the world's most successful insects jonathan. Thanks for being here. Good to be here pamela. I have to ask immediately about that. Subtitle why successful. It's not greatest. It's not most exciting or most helpful. It successful what is success for a fly. Well i'd say a a number of measures the diversity for one there's over one hundred sixty thousand described species and it's important to add that qualifier described. Because it's estimated. There may be about five times that many that are undescribed and consider just how numerous flies are an insect insects up eighty percent of all animal species on the planet. So that says something right there. About how incredibly successful they are and flies are arguably the most species rich subset of insects. It's estimated there's about twenty million flies on earth at any one moment for every human who's on the earth and they occupy all seven continents so those are just some of the measures by which we might conclude that flies are enormously successful. See all of those numbers to me are horrifying and i guess you know flies to me are the stuff of horror movies and also very good short science fiction story on which those movies are made. What was the draw for you to look at flies this extensively and write an entire book about them. The fact that they are so unpopular is one draw for me. I love to explore unpopular animals and usually when one does that one finds many reasons to like them in the case of flies. We should recognize that they are vital pollinators. They ranked second only to bs as the most important pollinators. And they're actually the champion pollinators at high latitudes and altitudes. they're also absolutely vital. Waste disposers yet. That may give us a gross reaction when we consider that many flies cleanup poop and rotting bodies. But if they didn't do that the world would be a lot fowler and more pestilential place and their vital elements of food chains both predators and consumers of microorganism other insects and other creatures but also as food for fishes birds mammals. They play an incredible role in making microbes bioavailable to organisms higher up in food chains microbes are just too small for for other bigger animals to eat insects. Make make make that energy available. So that's another vital thing that they do

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Esports Betting Start Ups ft. Steven Salz, CEO of Rivalry

Esports Network Podcast

02:47 min | 1 year ago

Esports Betting Start Ups ft. Steven Salz, CEO of Rivalry

"Help me talk about, mostly anything related to E sports betting including my own company. He's worth setting aside the volume Stephens falls into the CEO of rivalry and E Sports and sports betting company. How you doing? Stephen Good. Thanks for having me excited to be here in case people don't know who you are. You're you're based out of Toronto Canada. Like I said, see old rivalry, the the Robin Hood of e Sports and sports betting. You're a former of yourself, you know, you turn this passion into what I would call a content to Commerce authentic story. Then you kind of build this platform from scratch and you know just early this your home is what twenty million dollars. Yep. Awesome. So yeah and robbery, of course, it's answer. Maybe it's the the leading sports betting and sports media property right now offering fully regulated on Thursday. During these Sports awesome, it's such a great industry. They tend to find yourself in. And I just, I'm just curious, you know, how did you ever find yourself in that position? Yeah, so, I guess it goes back. I mean, so first one, when I was younger, I'd played a bit of time, Rainbow Six on Xbox, like early Xbox and that's a new bra know in Canada, there was definitely like, I mean, it was really a sports then it was just people pussy. Clans and playing competitive. Competitively online and there was actually this is like Roman MLG was getting started. They would host these like really really, really tiny tournaments at The Fan Expo in Toronto and the fanxchange is like Toronto's version of Comic-Con. It's like the Canadian like small version of it. So would play we play at those with my I have a twin brother so we would we would do that. Then we got extremely addicted to World of Warcraft played that Route 4 to 5 years. Really, really consistently up until like the end of kind of let's say, burning Crusade. And then once University and decided to kind of do some other things with our time, but did that and then do professionally went into the financial industry sort to finance for a bit and then really in like 2013 and 14 when valve released the arms deal update and skins trading started to pick up, I was just playing Counter-Strike box games and do a lot of people do. Thought that was a really interesting kind of business and it paired a little bit with my current experience in the financial industry and honestly we're just getting excited by wage. Happening like in Escape Marketplace this to like Dota 2 in csgo skins, the market places. I ended up meeting these two guys, Ryan White and Kevin Wimmer who are the co-founders of Loop Market, which is anyone here that would do two player and bought skins should remember? Cuz I think, at one point, we were the largest Dota 2, skins Marketplace globally. So they were running that out of Toronto, which was more just coincidence. And this is like a 1015 early 2016. At this point we ended up becoming Partners where I said, hey, you know, well, maybe raise some money and help dilute Market a bit, but let's also look at doing other things and let's say, gave me media any sports together

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"twenty million" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"twenty million" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"With the field. Good friday shirts also on top of that. You've got a brand new warm-up show shirt which i heard was going to be rebranded of this morning the new warm show title. It's going to go from the warm up. Show with alan jerry to call us daddy. Fame of the warm up show. So congratulations guys. Hopefully spotify is next for. Maybe we'll take a fraction of what yes her. Daddy got sixty million dollars now three year. Deal twenty million a year. Twenty seventy for sex. Yeah yeah we would do for much less money. How was that success. Going to be measured their advertising dollars. Is that type of thing or what happens right. I don't know. I don't understand the whole i don't get the spotify money situation right now. Seems very strange. I just don't know how you recoup that money or what the benefit is to is to getting them paying them. I just don't understand. What the joe rogan. Yeah joe rogan's at what one twenty or one fifty million you like that. yeah. I have no idea how you recoup that because people can listen to it without being a member of spotify had one hundred and fifty five million members before fifteen dollars a month which is two point three billion dollars a month for i i thought it was an exclusive. What do you mean you can get it without it. No it's only on spotify but you do not need to pay for spotify to get it really. Yeah what benefit that. Then i guess maybe to get your data. Companies are always trying to get our data's the will you know what l. are listening habits that these companies make a lot more money than they let on. Es based on that by selling lists and information yeah they always say if you if you're not paying for something you're the money the money. Yeah like we're always confused. Like i never understood this. Google maps is the greatest invention ever and it's free pay like five hundred dollars for this. Yeah well because you're there you're paying by them letting by letting them know where you are often happens. Yeah now maybe they're hoping to convert some call her daddy listeners to pay for spotify for the music and that sort of thing i don't know so how many subscribers would they have to get to. Someone would have to do the math there. Quick so i mean. Is it like a no brainer. Business deal for them or not. She's getting twenty million a year correct. That's right all right so at twenty million a year she would have to add to make that money got. It's a lot of money. Twenty one two three two zero. That's two million. Twenty million divided by fifteen dollars. A month right now would get me the amount of subscribers. She would have to add. One point three million subscribers to not going just to make the twenty million dollars back right now is their advertising even with the subscription so..

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Self Storage Investing with Jacob Vanderslice

Casual Fridays REI

01:39 min | 1 year ago

Self Storage Investing with Jacob Vanderslice

"I've always. I've always really liked self storage and see how fast i mean. It seemed pretty fast to me when you said you really started getting into it about two thousand fifteen. Is that right now. You've grown over the last five and a half years to wear at. That's that's impressive. Yeah the quit so going back to that kind of understanding this. You said you started to go to the mid west. How many states are y'all in currently about ten states. We got a bunch of deals in the florida. Panhandle carolina colorado of course ohio michigan illinois wisconsin. So we generally like the mid west in the southeast quite a bit. We of course like the mountain west. But it's tough to find yield right now in our own backyard. Denver's been rather oversupplied and pressing expectations in dividend yields are just not what we can find in some of these more secondary markets. How're you finding these. Are these Something that broker brings you chop off market or combination. We've i've done a little bit of both. We did a. We applied some of our single family marketing practices to self storage acquisitions and we played about ten million off of a direct mail campaign. It was a pretty basic letter to saying. Hey we're not brokers were buyers we love to give an offer on your facility and the rest of our acquisitions have been just through our broker network. I hate using the term off market because often an off market deal maybe not a good deal but we've gotten a few we believe really good off. Market deals just through broker relationships for the listed We did a twenty million dollar. Acquisition in michigan and that portfolio was not listed. We got through a broker contact in gave him a price that made sense for the sellers and enclosed so most of us broker networking but a little bit of direct to seller initiative. As well

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"twenty million" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"twenty million" Discussed on WTVN

"Raise twenty million dollars for covert nineteen relief from the central Iowa dealer support staff for medical use radios extendable grace of math thanks we've got traffic and weather together Ian just a quick minutes first let's jump into the newsroom see what Scott Jennings is working on this time around Scott jolt Texas Republicans say the Lone Star state will be happy to host the twenty twenty Republican National Convention if North Carolina doesn't president trump shot it tweeted north Carolina's democratic governor Roy Cooper Monday demanding a full capacity convention in Charlotte for the party might go somewhere else for the August event Ohio's governor not optimistic of the state's two most popular amusement parks re opening anytime soon about prospect coming up at nine o'clock because Scott thanks traffic and weather now we doing together here's Johnny hill couple of late freeway accidents Joe one of seventy one north bound north of Frank I've got a couple of vehicles including a semi off to the right hand side now blocking any moving lanes but be careful north of Grove city the other one is seventy eastbound exiting and one at the Rome Hilliard rather it looks like we may have a vehicle on its side again not blocking any moving lanes but use extra caution accident scene downtown on brought in high traffic sponsored by dell dell has tech solutions whether it's for working from home streaming or gaming check out XPS and Alienware laptops that are redefining what's possible with tents generation Intel core processors and other top brand electronics call eight hundred five dealt with traffic and weather together power by temp star and header heating and cooling I'm John Hill on newsradio six ten W. T. V. thirty six first warning weather meteorologist Jim going all and boy we definitely got a summer vibe going blazing sunshine today only the sunscreen.

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"twenty million" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"twenty million" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Estimated twenty million dollar bridge since nineteen ninety five eight people have died trying to cross Tonto creek during high water floods Taylor can up KTA our news the city council voting to add new fees to ride shares to and from sky harbor starting on February first over and lifted both threatened to stop service to the airport at the fees actually kick in meantime governor do see telling Gatos in the afternoon on K. T. A. R. that he doesn't think right sure companies can only the airport I've gotten to know mayor guy a go we have a good working relationship I've come to respect her and I wouldn't be surprised one bit if she's got a plan B. that she's working to fix this servers says ride hailing operators represented just nine point three percent of the commercial business when they began at sky harbor back in June of twenty sixteen and now represent seventy percent of the commercial traffic and you will no longer be able to take a lime electric scooter around feeding company announced it's pulling out of twelve markets including Phoenix the reason financial under performance line had been part of Phoenix is six months E. scooter pilot program with a fleet of three hundred and will be the second dog with scooter group to leave the city competitor bird pulled out in September line will also leave Atlanta San Diego in San Antonio as well as pull out of several international cities Markham our KTA argues for that thank you very much let's check in right now with Patrick roadie use keep an eye on traffic live in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center Hey there Joe we have new freeway crest watch for in Phoenix you'll find this one I something northbound Suffolk LP cal that road rightly block their closes the working global north there I something north on your cactus rode the crest so blood greatly Fauria and crescent off the freeways in center city a hundred of them to a double bill of art a crescent facing that's the whole road lesson twice of them anyway this report spots for liberty mutual insurance really pay Fortuny delivering the truth let.

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"twenty million" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"twenty million" Discussed on KTOK

"Vehicle always take care not to ride along side or too close behind them our roads our safety learn more and share the road safely dot gov now the o'reilly update brings you something you might not know is are you spent some time in front of the television set last year the Nielsen company says a hundred and twenty million American households tuned in Delhi adults watch five hours a day on average that seventy seven days a year in front of the two I hope you have a very comfortable chair but TV watching is changing dramatically here's a look at what we like sports biggest draw across the USA NBC Sunday night football continues a nine year streak at number one twenty million folks watching fox viewers also ready for some football Thursday night match ups average fifteen million fans ratings also strong for some comedies the Big Bang theory taking its final bow after almost two hundred eighty episodes twenty four million folks watch the finale spin off young Sheldon also performing well fourteen million viewers a week on average other prime time winners this is us blue bloods America's got talent manifest more than twelve million Americans watch these programs weekly but here's something you might not now more folks many more folks were watching ten years ago in two thousand nine American idol top the charge the show was so popular it ran two nights a week with twenty two million loyal watchers Sunday night football nineteen million dancing with the stars undercover boss NCIS all posting big numbers the average household log eight hours fifty five minutes a day in two thousand nine the most since Nielsen began keeping track in nineteen forty nine industry insiders blame the demise of television today on the rise of the machines your personal devices more specifically in the last.

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"twenty million" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

09:55 min | 2 years ago

"twenty million" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And nine year three hundred and twenty million dollar contract for Gerrit Cole as he is now a member of the New York Yankees no Brenda for Brian Cashman company there will be no debate com late August September starting game one plasters we know the answer that question let's in the bay New Jersey Chad Johns is what I'm Johnny date of birth date all birthday present Christmas present all died in a one a little coal in the stockings no pun intended Johnny not at all but you know the Davis said yes they cause I'd shoot in in Jersey city and that's scary scary stuff rifle warning that say the least this sick yes stuff yeah and and I and I was like damn outside get home and to route twelve it's let me just check my E. S. P. N. checking the Yankees first because I do that first not set about trying to call I check ESPN this is breaking news check inside call us at maybe I'm a dreamer maybe a delusion or whatever I can't believe it but this is the Yankees the way the Yankees always aren't the only stay in a week to marriage I can say what they were casting when he's gonna make a mold he always puts doubt that he's not going to make more okay and that's what he did and he baited everybody and guess what we got a man and now I'm gonna tell you right now we lost DD for one year it could be back next year we I got I got to disagree there I don't think giving gore is coming back I think she is still there I think the Yankees now a committed to the likes of our show and and the will or in tourism may you I did not to give your is gonna be Yankee got it great Yankee run he's not gonna back as weird they wars somewhat laying in the weeds is for is the comments going into the story all season but didn't hide their intentions I mean they flew out to California to meet with on Tyson had to wait a week ago our guy incarcerated had I mean everybody had the idea of Yankee rolling again is that the Yankees they wanted their colleagues wanted him out for over a decade speaking of the guy I'm good Thailand because they're at it Bobbi Koreans let's well Bobby there were so what a time to be a lot of money for Gerrit Cole the Yankees are back to being the Yankees and I'm in good spirits ally a body feels like old times big dollars spending on one we got the sack sacked though but their money on the table bullied everybody told everybody colder Dodgers means you'll get out the way boulder valley to listen they needed a difference making starting pitcher brawl it's not the only reason they lost this post season series three Astros but when you get a guy like coal it takes so much pressure off your line up it takes so much pressure off your bullpen how many times in that astro series to the Astros see Britain and out of venal and Kaylee entrapment over and over again your store to go in seven innings and domino point I'll start these those guys in all it's going to make their life a lot easier the mark that day going to the games with you know with her not cool you know is a warrior and accident but you know you only get five maybe straight at the best and then as of mine said now when you're going to create games you know he's important game grandfather knocking you can have an important game in Phil October now in a run away with the division again and then not told me going to face the east but now you're gonna have cold the phrase that eight so whether you play what whatever team it doesn't even matter no more you've got cold so now like you said this is going to take pressure off the Severino off was hacked he offered to laughter and now you got you got the number one guy this is like you know this is like back in the day when you had paid it you'll know when you have credit you were going to get most of the time but she won't perform and it's a pressure off loop L. do que que so pressure off of off of what my healthy and Roger Clemens I mean think about it I'm taking all full of Roger Clemens in ninety nine because you had the lights to do K. there you had a D. pad it there you had David cone and it will Roger Clemens became the ace and you brought in Mike Masina it was the same sort of deal we had clients you had one headed you add Masina and you know what Bob give me a Masina a sub back via like trajectory any idea of him living up to his contract I'm telling you right now your calls go about this guy also with with with with complaining about nine years five six seven years down the road Hey is late go it's all about winning a championship a what if he was their first championship the Westin is contracted gravy like you don't even like see see what they want their first championship you can never complain about that was it I mean he was it has the SMTP email the LCS MVP five years stone office Yankee tenure he was dominant Bobby will set my friend yeah exert more washers over a decade your call help to do that and he dominates along the way it'll be well worth it again Hey my money and your money Yankees can afford their call center on John my Eric joins us without back Hey don't JJ Erik I'm doing very well good so very well do just so in our your call much stock in every year but one of them to be chocolate a crispy and delicious and all I get a lot of ways okay well it was just a quick thing I don't know how it is well you just be careful when you leave and it's all slick over here and also just want throw that out there but I appreciate that warning and I'll make sure to drive very slowly on the way back thank you Eric right now no the only thing is now I know you were talking earlier about the you know the the fact that a couple these guys went very quickly already in the off season here on it but a I think you know there's a lot to do with the fact that the the two main guys is dreaming guys really were pitchers as opposed to the Harper Machado list year you know this you clearly the importance is the fishing on there and I I think a lot of people didn't think that the dog from a child to deserve those numbers last year breezy contracts he just took a while he was the bigger problem you did about Harper Machado you didn't have the Yankees really in on either guy you didn't have the Dodgers said when you don't have those big market teams that are willing to up the ante when it's like the Chicago White Sox who have viewed as a second city said in that town when you look at the San Diego Padres even a Phillies last year Eric nobody wanted to play for the Philadelphia Phillies info like last year so when you add all of that all in the market is in a strong and you combine that to what Strasbourg was looking at and what Cole was looking at that's why free agency kind of had a much different feel yeah yeah but I do think there is a little little point that also to real quick I mean just just goes to show you know they they go on the address you know major need that they had and they had the ability to withstand losing DD because they had a plethora of okay fill that spot as opposed to a mess when we'll go residue arrival and you know only picking up a fourth outfielder at the moment I will no I was going to play out the rest of it but it just goes to show still the dynamic is nowhere near you know where it should be an open C. calling his attention it would be safe your job ocular Acree said to call you right allow work for brought in that wagon and the Mets do you do here in the winter meetings as the Phillies have got a lot better as a team DD Zack Wheeler and yeah Joe Girardi in the dugout let's say the broken my joins us without might yeah my gaydar how are you today Mike on the wall was up good good Hey I am both a little bag I think the last time we spoke a tech my family went on a road trip to Chicago Pittsburgh in Philly and you and I will talk about a couple stadium is pretty cool I sat on the call very good self thank you yeah accu first I want to congratulate you with with getting cold in order to let me congratulate the yes to you about the so I am probably the fan and a final station that's true that is true I'll be at the band and yet a lot talk about they which is great hello yeah you know it's interesting though being that I had met them and and and how it kills me is that Yankees when Simon but the Yankees beat three hundred million dollars for it four nine point six billion now why because you go down spend my they get a quality you know a quality keep when the Mets on code is going to that it's crazy but I kept two quick question first one was that I store on I forget who was then who is passed in or somebody else on Twitter dimension to trade for the Mets actually Kluber and Linda are the MetaTrader mess David Lowery and pride a couple fun guiding I don't even know without any listen my goal we will sign I mean if the Mets were ever ever able get Francisco until I Corey Kluber you drive what we need to drive to go get I do not see that being a possibility Corey Kluber maybe if he needs a looking to revamp things I do not see Francisco indoors and that phone show you guys were out standing throughout fired up passionate as good as it gets appreciate everybody who called everybody who was in Alan Jerry coming up at five forty with the warm up boomer geo coming up at six great day to be thank you for and will back same time same place manana because everybody politics.

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"twenty million" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:39 min | 3 years ago

"twenty million" Discussed on WTVN

"Hills and they've got a mule. it is high time I was stock in its place even Mister Drysdale been after me to buy some cattle it is still the days is to me says which private you that twenty five million dollars in case you are put some of that money into stock. the show in nine years later that twenty five million had grown to be a hundred million dollars for the Clampett's so his banker Mister Drysdale invested jets money to get such a huge return I mean you don't work with the clippers for sure but you work with some clients that are quite wealthy and do things to invest their money so what kind of strategies options should people be looking at. everybody has a different strategy based on where they are in life based on what they've saved and so there are some wonderful tax strategies that the wealthy they really have available to them that that aren't available to just the the regular work in Joe or Jane so those are some things in and Christian our in Aruba this past may on a on a little trip will get away and we're out on the water meter just kind of is the day we got there and we were just out the water relaxing and there is a older couple their just relaxing as well and we struck up a conversation with them and the husband was a pretty high roller and the wife actually in our own right she built spec homes in west Palm Beach Florida was a price what was the entry level price on arrive million five million was the entry level price on the homes that she was building a spec home out west Palm Beach Florida. and they got to talk about life insurance what is needed if they're that wealthy though well I mean there's things like federal estate taxes that you have to think about you know so if think about if you have a hundred million dollar a state you could very well fifty million dollars in federal state taxes so you know how you pay for or even wealthy people don't necessarily have fifty million dollars in cash line around. so a lot of times I'll use life insurance to leverage to pay the death benefit for estate taxes. so we're talking about that with this couple and he's talking about how much he was paying in premiums on his life insurance and I looked at him I said you're wealthy enough why are you paying premiums on your life insurance he kind of looked at me with with a little bit of a confused look and I said plaques yeah a little perplexed look I said look I work within this isn't and to be honest this isn't my specialty but if there's a need out there that I want to have the answer for it so I said I work with the group out of Nashville Tennessee and that's what they specialize in is financed life insurance so if if you're looking for twenty million dollars in life insurance or fifty million dollars in life insurance or even a hundred million dollars life insurance you know if you've got the assets to support it it where you can post some collateral you can finance the premiums and and not pay a premium out of your pocket let the bank pay the premiums for you and keep your assets working for you so you're actually leveraging any got the concept once I got to talking to him about it and things like that so there's a lot of wealthy people that need insurance for buy sell agreements with their companies and yeah I ran into someone recently they have term insurance for a buy sell agreement now that's really assuming something that you're gonna die before the term's over because once that terms up then that life insurance policies useless unless you want to pay just unbelievably high premiums so whether it's a buy sell agreement that you're looking to do or whether it's a state planning or whether it's on you know for some families income replacement for when they want to kind of get out of their business and looking for possibility of some tax free income down the road or or or ways to keep your significant police from from leaving those are some ways to to do it using some things like that there's some wonderful tax strategies I met I met a fellow from Birmingham Alabama back in may of this year as well any specializes in some tax strategies that really. four is one of someone makes over half a million dollars a year they can they can really reduce significantly their federal income tax by using some of his strategies whether you're that middle class millionaire that's looking for income and making sure that your money is going to last or maybe you're that alter wealthy millionaire that's looking for ways to reduce taxes we want to make sure that we have the strategy for each and everyone of you taxes are a big deal every day of the year not just in April it's every day when you're near retirement and already there so if taxes or something that you would like some more details on you can come in and have a great king Christian do a before and after tax analysis to find out if your portfolio is tax efficient and if there are other options out there that could benefit you you and your family or if you are a small business it sounds like there's some really interesting options here so if you like that before and after tax and Alice is at no charge and maybe even that retirement tax a benefit god we've got those as well all complementary six one four three three six seven six six zero that six one four three three six seventy six sixty find out about those options and more about cracking Kristin to at legacy retirement group dot com Greg Kristin you guys know that I'd love watching TV probably a little too much and if you watch enough TV sooner or later you'll run across a celebrity who's trying to give you advice about something especially retirement it seems I'm Alex Trebek baboon here I'm.

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"twenty million" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:01 min | 3 years ago

"twenty million" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Twenty million dollar loan to fast track replacement of lead service lines in Newark the Essex County board of freeholders and newer city council passed the bond ordinance the money will fund replacement of lead pipes that have been tainting the city's drinking water officials say that under the new plan it will now take less than three years to replace the pipes at the third of the time originally estimated tonight showers and thunderstorms currently seventy three degrees and it is raining at four oh six support for NPR comes from the corporation for public broadcasting and the estate of Joan Kroc is the Questor of Susan and during investment in the future of public radio from NPR news this is All Things Considered I'm Elsa Chang and our merry ways Kelly some of the nation's biggest drug makers are in closed door talks today and tomorrow in Ohio they are trying to reach settlements with state and local governments settlements that would cap their liability for the nation's opioid epidemic the settlements could run into the tens of billions of dollars Purdue pharma and Johnson and Johnson are at the table as are smaller firms north country public radio's Brian man follows opioid litigation for NPR he joins me now have Brian a Miller is let's talk first about produce farmer which of course makes oxycontin what are you hearing about what kind of deal might be on the table right so Purdue pharma has confirmed that these talks are underway Anneke Everman source close to the negotiations told NPR that they've been taking place today including state attorneys general and also the federal judge overseeing all this judge Dan pollster there's been numerous published reports now that the dollar amounts you're do could run as high as twelve billion dollars with some of that coming from the stock we're family and it could also mean the soccer family giving up ownership of this privately held company through some kind of bankruptcy proceeding I want to ask about a recording and how it fits and this is a tape released this week by ProPublica and stats news it's tape of Richard Sackler who's one of Purdue farmers owners speaking during a deposition in a trial in Kentucky what's the what's the relevance of this tape brand what does he say this was recorded just before Purdue pharma settled in earlier opioid lawsuit in Kentucky in twenty fifteen this was at a time when tens of thousands of Americans have already died from prescription opioid overdose is clear who we now know from company documents we now know he played a major role art do sales oxycontin he still denied any wrongdoing here he is being questioned by an attorney do you believe producers marketing was overly aggressive now usually produce marketing was appropriate I believe so after all you've come to learn as a witness do you believe produce conduct in marketing and promoting oxycontin in Kentucky calls to any of the prescription drug addiction problems I don't believe so now this is interesting in part Mary Louise because in past settlement deals Purdue has often refuse to admit any faults and also demanded that all the court papers detailing any wrongdoing be kept secret or destroyed so one thing people are gonna be watching closely here now is whether any settlement deals include clear admission by Purdue and the staff there is that they contributed to the tens of thousands of all of your gas as the plaintiff's claim and also what information is made public about their actions alright okay let me turn you to Johnson and Johnson which of course has already been in the headlines this week they lost the civil trial that was unfolding in a state court in Oklahoma a judge ordered Johnson Johnson to pay more than five hundred seventy million dollars to help deal with that states opioid epidemic arm what do we know about Johnson and Johnson and how interested they might be in joining a national settlement right so Johnson and Johnson says they will appeal that Oklahoma ruling but a government source tells NPR the company house approach judge bolster up there in Ohio interested in some kind of deal that would resolve all opioid related claims those talks resume tomorrow Johnson and Johnson won't confirm all this but they did send it meant NPR saying they remain open to a viable options to resolve these cases including through a settlement two other smaller companies Allergan an endo who also been in talks they appear to have reached tentative settlements and I'd say you're very Louise all these companies are facing huge potential liability a lot of uncertainty tied to this wave of lawsuits and their hope you're clearly is that deals like this would end that uncertainty right and and in the brief seconds we have left Brian and with all of this seeming to move very quickly all of a sudden is it clear were all of this money and all the settlement money would go yeah I know and that's getting messy politically their big fights under way around the U. S. in Ohio Oklahoma and other states about who will control this money it's also a big question how much of the money will go to people and communities struggling with addiction so we're gonna have a lot of those questions in the weeks ahead add this brand man of north country public radio speaking to us via Skype thank you Brian thank you all right in to understand more about what the settlement could mean for the company the plaintiffs and the Sackler family we turn now to Charles Teitelbaum he's a director at trip Scott law firm and is a former bankruptcy professor at the university of Maryland law school welcome thank you so what part of this proposed settlement is that farmer would transform from a private company into what's called a public beneficiary trust what does that even mean it means that through the bankruptcy court process which they're going to do they will turn the ownership of the business to a trustee work actually three trustees for the benefit of the public for their in essence turning over the ownership of the company to the public okay so then how would this settlement get executed like how does that work the way it works is that the public trust will now operate the company and will generate profits which we anticipate to be between seven and eight billion dollars and those profits will be used to help settle some of the claims conditionally if they have any subsidiaries that are non opioid that they sell the proceeds from that sale will be used to pay the creditor top okay are there other examples of of private companies that for one reason or another become public beneficiary trusts this is the first one I've seen them by fifty three years a banker so why has it been so rare you think for something like this to happen for private companies to be made into public benefits your address because most of the bankruptcy trusts have kept the company's running under the current ownership to protect the stockholders because they've been mostly public companies here at the Sackler family owns the interest so it lends itself to their turning over the company because they're no shareholders to complain well what about non private companies have you seen other examples of non private companies being turned into public beneficiary trusts after being sued we see trust your created in the bankruptcy they're not public benefits tree trust because the shareholders keep some of the interests and the trustees get some of the interest so in in a lot of cases where you have public companies such as asbestos cases are you D. cases the breast implant cases Piper aircraft for example all of them were public companies where the ownership went some to the trust and some to the creditors and some to the shareholders are here there are no shareholders accepted the fact we're family okay so what else stands out to you in this agreement what what's what's so important is besides the Sackler's themselves purportedly donating or contributing three billion dollars what was so important is that the bankruptcy court will resolve this by approving the settlement if they do and then the bankruptcy court will enter what's called a bar order which if the bankruptcy court finds that the Sackler's contributions are meaningful contributions then the bankruptcy court will bar any person or entity from ever suing or claim against the Sackler's where the company again I see okay so to be clear after this happens this public beneficiary trust to set up going forward every single asset of the Sackler family will be protected from any future lawsuits related to Purdue pharma correct if the bankruptcy judge finds that what the Fackler family is contributing is a meaningful contribution got it so how likely you think is it that this judge will sign off on this I think it may be likely yes everybody who is a proponent of the deal is able to convince the judge that based upon the financial capabilities of the Sackler's and the public benefit from this that all of this will be to the public good it is totally subjective with the bankruptcy judge to prove it but I suspect that the judge will Charles Teitelbaum is a director at trips got law firm thank you very much for speaking with us today my real pleasure U. S. soccer star Carli Lloyd is all over the news this week because of a kick for no no to kick on the soccer field it was actually a fifty five yard field goal that the World Cup star let loose a training session for the Philadelphia Eagles last.

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"twenty million" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"twenty million" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"And the freaky freaky freaky Friday question is it's all about your mouth this morning I writing very asking well let's play a clip of it your lover you twenty million dollars because he didn't have the other White House you got enough with the all new twenty million dollars you do it it's okay see not because I don't you see like it's not you did you do like one little quick lick at all and blow in he's there so it's like twenty dollars for like twenty second would work yeah so you can try to put that narrative out is I'm stuck in his you you central twenty million dollars I mean let's keep it real I don't judge me all you want what that would do so or for twenty million dollars is the question I was young you can stand as you will be two grams he beat all weekend for got to go see I just want to know the breakfast club we specialize in high brow content all right now in the things that make you think over here that's right intellectual stimulation only built for people with high I. Q. semi Sallie Mae said he would do it I know I did not play going from forty million I'm down the I don't know how you say that about anybody make you get up from the million for the record I would not to so we got our Siamese I'm fine with my little bit of coins over here and I need to do anything strange for a little bit change actually specializes what about you man that's hard is it twenty million dollars wow I like the honesty yeah I probably would consider it an app I have to see it first what are you looking for what the point is that it's probably not a lot yeah it's really small that's usually pretty easy double lifted to send it out to the pot and then are you supposed to say you can set it right I don't know you have to be the completion I would also I can you do if you won the miss is no inflation they really get late so actually is yeah that's true yes I don't I need more information yes is it what no I'm no matter yeah when I help people with and build low income housing anything let G. the roofs of flourishing manifest back.

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"twenty million" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:37 min | 3 years ago

"twenty million" Discussed on KTRH

"Hello everybody mark there are number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one the president putting at the China again and I'm all for it you know I'm not a a tariff guy I know the president is he knows I'm not we've had this discussion over many many years he and I and us except when it comes to China because for me it's not even economic issue with China it's a national security issue I say the same thing over and over and over again I don't know where we get this idea that you and I don't pay tires it's a tax that somehow these other countries do but no we do but I'm really not interested in getting into that for the thousandth time China is a very very dangerous country and my guest on Sunday night on life liberty and live in is a brilliant brilliant man absolutely intriguing Neil Ferguson and he's a historian he's just a brilliant man we're gonna spend some time talking about this and by the way my guests on the Saturday night show Attorney General Meese McKay's Yom on Mahler so it's it's a hell of a weekend coming up on life liberty and live in Saturday and Sunday this week on fox now I want to get back to China one of the things that's not discussed is who is responsible what the administration is responsible for in powering China initially to get the technology it needed the fire of missiles and a MIRV their missiles now we know they just still technology and they still are technology and then and then them build upon it but it wasn't always that way with the stealing yes but I as usual I did additional research because I remember this from the Clinton administration from nineteen ninety eight and then I looked up the Congressional Research Service which is a fairly straightforward operation it's part of the library Congress actual and they did a report on this and the summary is as follows Congress has been concerned in ninety eight but whether US ferns and activities connected with exporting satellites provided expertise to China for use in its ballistic missile and space in space programs and what the US policy is facilitated transfers a military related technology to China some critics supposed satellite exports to China while others were concerned that the Clinton administration relaxed export controls a monitoring of commercial satellites living the licensing authority from the state department to the commerce department in nineteen ninety six now those of you may not know the more sophisticated technologies are supposed to be reviewed by special unit department state the commerce department's interested in commerce there's a unit there too but the standards are much much more liberal much more relaxed and so the Clinton administration moved the reveal of these various exports from the state department to the commerce department a range of concerns were prompted by near Times reports in April nineteen ninety eight that the justice department began a criminal investigation into whether Loral space and communications how TD ring a bell and Hughes electronics corporation violated export control laws the firm's allegedly share their findings with China on the cause of a rockets explosion while launching a U. S. or origin satellite in February nineteen ninety six the company is reportedly provided expertise that China could use to improve the accuracy and reliability of its future ballistic missiles including the guidance systems at least three classified studies reportedly found that the US national security was harmed Congress and the executive branch also investigated Hughes's review of China's launch failure of January nineteen ninety five after failed satellite launches a ninety to ninety five and ninety six China has reported twenty eight consecutive successful commercial and government military space launches in two thousand the state department Lockheed Martin agreed to a settlement with a fine of thirteen million dollars in two thousand two low route announced a civil settlement with a fine of twenty million dollars in early two thousand three Hughes and Boeing agreed to a civil penalty of thirty two million dollars and you remember ladies and gentlemen the chairman of the board of at least one of these companies was a big Bill Clinton supporter and they gave significant support to his campaign significant supporters campaign number all this Chinese couldn't get a rocket off the ground twenty years ago Clinton administration ladies and gentleman this is another massive scandal the Chinese government through its military another operations at staying on corporations have had enormous influence on the Clintons who's the greatest **** in American political history McConnell's family Biden's family and Feinstein's family Peter Schweitzer is done the best reporting on some of this but I want to take you back to the Wall Street journal jun three twenty nineteen James Freeman who is a terrific writer and he says if you think investors workers and consumers are eager for China to stop stealing intellectual property and for the United States to stop biking tariffs imagine how Joe Biden Mitch McConnell feel family business ties forged anytime a friendlier US China relations I bound to attract increasing scrutiny as both prepared to face voters in twenty twenty that is by no might come former vice president Biden is currently the front runner for the democratic presidential nomination while Republican Senate Majority Leader McConnell seeks reelection could talk for them and for all of us the possibly hopeful news from the weekend is that the Chinese government says it wants to resolve the trade dispute transaction was wrong turns out that was wrong US secretary transportation Elaine Chao is married to Mr McConnell is the subject of a long piece in The New York Times about our families can families relationship with the Chinese government ms Chao's.

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"twenty million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"twenty million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To twenty million. A day twenty million a day. Yeah. Sometimes not exactly dormant is not going to the public documents raised other suspicions win panel seemed to be a British company in name, only with the postal address in unremarkable office building in north London that it shared with at least sixty four other show companies with accounts at dansko Bank Estonia in connections to remote exotic places known for banking secrecy in money lawn. So we've got a UK company with a registered office in north London with an accountant, Estonian, Bank, actually, on by Russians and the palmist onus of from the Seychelles, and the mushrooms to Wilkinson screamed money, laundering, he explained what he found people at the Bank who handled the Russian accounts in was told that it was a simple paperwork, screw up that would be fixed. Thirteen months later. He heard that land Tanna had been told the take its banking business. Elsewhere among the concerns was money laundering. My member of the Putin family. I think to be missed to eagle Putin, who is, I think the cousin of the Russian president links to the F XP, the FSBA is, I think the successor to the KGB's some sort of secret. Police the people running the company been associated with several banks don't bust in Russia and can stance. Eager Putin, the president's first cousin is associated with other Russian money laundering schemes. But as always professed his innocence, the Howard Wilkinson hearing, the Putin name was further confirmation that something was wrong. Why don't you do that base needs to go to co pay, and they need to go to that head office? So I made a whistle blowing reports to full, very senior executives including one of the executive board whistle reports about what's happened. I want to be wrong concerned that others at the Bank might be involved in a cover-up Wilkinson decided to look into three more of the bank's customers that were registered in Britain pay three pounds. And I took they counts for these next three and they will false, your four four, I think, full is it possible that people just could have missed this. Well. Then went sixteen sixteen twelve so of which fifteen with the same address. So, yeah, at some point is thoughts being possible to coincidence, not just with the council false. They counsel basically look the same basically just change a couple of them, but they will basically the same when you started doing all this. What did people say to you? At the Bank, nothing nothing. Exactly nothing. People stop calling around to say life is it true that a high ranking executive at the Bank told me, quote, this Bank is not the police, the Bank has no obligation to report. False clients accounts to the authorities. So. Frustrated with the lack of action, Wilkinson resigned and took his family back to Britain would take nearly five years for Dansk Bank to come up with answers after printing from the Scandinavian, and European press after.

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"twenty million" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"twenty million" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Excited. His number seven. The way what he's an objection. That is posted on the board. So it is unofficial for the moment maximum security who down a lane before. He was clear. Yeah. So people arguing about this since the beginning. Gary west is offering up twenty million dollars of his own money. There's here's this worse. He's not just challenging country house war of will, but also long range, Taty and Bodey express, if any of those horses can finish ahead of maximum security on any race track in any place. The dust doesn't have to be like a two-horse race. They can just happen to be in the same race or they can put them all together. So what he's saying is five million against any of those individual horse owners. But they've got a risk five million. He wants to prove that maximum security was the best horse in the Kentucky Derby in the statement today of all time, horses meeting the same race to potentially create the most lucrative. Race in the world. Maximum-security the only horse to be disqualified from first place in one hundred forty five runnings derby said his offer and the results of this match race within a race have no bearing nothing to do with his horse's disqualification in the Kentucky Derby. Of course they do. It's his ego. It's his pry, but he wants to show you that his horse was better. West intention with his opportunity and challenge is simply to generate additional interest in the sport. So says this official statement from his PR firm. No restrictions as to the type of race. What race track? It's held or the distance or track surface. So see it doesn't have to be linked mile and a quarter..

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"twenty million" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"twenty million" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"One hundred twenty million dollar impact. Baseball action, the Yankees and Orioles and a double header this afternoon in the Bronx, the Mets are in Washington. And now your forecast from the Ramsey Subaru weather. Percenter. We'll see sixty seven for the first time in a few days tonight. Fifty five was showers around tomorrow. Seventy with morning ring, mostly cloudy, seventy two Friday, a thunderstorm possible a dry weaken though, a head seventy on Saturday seventy one Sunday from the Ramsey Subaru weather center, currently sixty three degrees in New York. Sixty college point, traffic and transit up next. I'm Sara Lee Kessler on seventy seven WABC were New York comes to talk. The moment soon. Quoting of windows, Steve silent. PGA championship page all this week. You sooner seventy seven WABC for updates from. The course following Facebook, Twitter, Instagram live video and updates. This Sunday go inside the ropes on soon. Sports Sunday live from the first e as a final round slight that when the PGA championship comes to town, seventy seven WABC. I'm ready to make my credits. Can I'm ready to take classes from university. That will help me build a my experience to prepare me for the future university. That would make me feel supported a courage and connected. Quick.

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"twenty million" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"twenty million" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Twenty million people face the potential of flash flooding this weekend in parts of the southeast with some spot seeing as much as five more inches of rain correspondent anti Rosa's flooding as even displays creatures normally not seen in places like Arkansas nine foot. Alligators startled locals when it found its way into an Arkansas field. Swollen rivers pushed the unwanted guests into unfamiliar territory choice. I got the call. We thought. Kylo Priok or log or something. Because he's don't say Gators as far north me and mar national airlines plane made an emergency landing at Mandalay international airport, using only its rear wheels after the front landing gear failed to deploy the plane's nose tilted down to scrape the runway sending off a shower of sparks an airport spokesman confirmed passengers and crew are safe then as Wayland opposition leader, one dose says he's instructed his political on voi- in Washington to open relations with the US military. US Beck Widodo said Saturday. He's asked his ambassador to open direct communications towards possible coordination with the military. Guadagno is leading a campaign to also President Nicolas Maduro. The Venezuelan opposition leader says he's keeping all options on the table to remove Madero repeating language used by President Trump and his chief advisers Bill Michaels, Washington, correspondent eleven Dera has the latest on that tug pushing barges. That collided Friday with an oil tanker in the Houston ship channel one of those barges leaked about nine thousand barrels of gasoline blend stock into the Houston ship channel emergency crews are in the process of trying to contain that spill attorneys general from forty four states filed a federal lawsuit alleging the nation's largest Naric drug manufacturers conspired to artificially inflate prices for more than one hundred generic drugs and Barbara Kusak..

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"twenty million" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"twenty million" Discussed on AP News

"Twenty million dollars is a transformational amount of money. I'm Jacky Quin AP radio news. News. AP radio news. I'm Jacky Quin missile fire from North Korea officials in Sola reporting that North Korea's fired not one, but several short range missiles, this could be a sign of the diplomatic breakdown between President Trump and Kim Jong Hoon the president did speak today with Russia's leader following the release of the Muller reports actually so to smiled when he said something to the effect that it started off as a mountain and it ended up being mouse. But he knew that because he knew there was no collusion, the head of the House Judiciary committee. Meanwhile, has set a Monday deadline for the attorney general to present an unredacted version of the Muller report to congress cities up and down the Mississippi River are bracing for even more flooding this weekend in Kim Zwick, Missouri. Mayor Phil Stang says his home is about to get inundate say climate change is real. And if you look out the front of my house, and you see all. Water. Anybody who denies it is nuts. Four deaths have been reported. So far the Twenty-three road truck driver accused of speeding and causing a fiery Colorado highway crash last week has been charged with four counts of vehicular homicide. General Motors is announcing it's recalling thousands of pickup trucks. Our Mike Hampton report it covers certain twenty seventeen through twenty nine thousand nine Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra as the company says the electric heater cord or the terminals connecting the cord to the heater could short circuit and start a fire. No injuries have been reported. Get ready for a two hour. Uber strike on Wednesday. It's late at for New York City. But drivers and other big cities may also shut down. It's the running of the roses tomorrow on what looks to be a rainy day favorites to win game winner, improbable and roadster. This is AP radio news. The Trump administration is celebrating the latest jobs report at found. Employers added two hundred sixty three thousand position economist Diane Swonk says some analysts worry the economy would barely grow early this year. And there might even be a recession. I think we can certainly put those worries for this year at least behind us, and maybe beyond we have entered a very strong and durable prosperity cycle. White house. National Economic Council director could low says you can credit President Trump's tax and regulatory cuts. His policies are in the process of rebuilding the American economy saga megani, Washington. The family of the woman who shot and killed by a Minneapolis police officer in twenty seventeen says they've agreed to settle a lawsuit against the city for the death of Justin Daymond because twenty million dollars is a transformational amount of money. I'm Jacky Quin AP radio news. News. Hi, hi. We're hunting bring picnic on the weather looks great. But we don't we need stylish new genes..

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"twenty million" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"twenty million" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"They believe live twenty million years ago, one of the largest ever man eating mammals on earth, the lower jaw teeth and other bones of a new species they said, which translates to big African lion. They said what a weight of the fifteen hundred kilograms, which we're looking up could've prayed on elephants back in the day. Wow. Three three thousand three oh, seven pounds. That's a big three thousand three oh seven. Well, it's an artist's impression of the creature shows a giant big cat like hunter with stripy for an enormous. Fangs doesn't say how enormous I wanna know. So we've found a new one, and I don't have the artist's rendering here. Or if I did I would happily put it on the blog, but they didn't include one. All right. It is five fifty right now. Five fifty seven hundred w and here comes Easter just reminding you if you're going to go into somebody's house don't show up empty handed. Maybe swing by Kroger and pick up a little party platter. They have some sitting there waiting, but you probably want your own if you plan ahead and clock's ticking on that so order it. If you want to go to club dot com party platters and pick one out then bear in mind that Kroger is zeroing in on zero hunger zero waste or they have a game plan by next year to go the zero waste direction. And this will go all the way down to the. Plastic bags which is presently being debated. So no waste by next year. And no food waste by twenty twenty-five. Because reality is we waste forty percent of all the food we produce in this country. And that is nuts. That's nuts..

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"twenty million" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

10:37 min | 3 years ago

"twenty million" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Thirty five minutes after the hour Tuesday edition of pro football talk live. I saw the report yesterday that. Colin Kaepernick, still waiting for the phone to ring in the aftermath of resolving his collusion grievance against the NFL. Has had some degree negotiations with the XFL? And it was just before the NFL collusion grievance settlement that it was reported to capitol wanted twenty million or more from the alliance of American football. Now, it's reported that Catholic sought twenty million from the XFL. And we're so baked into our positions with capper, Nick. That there's no way I'm going to change anyone's mind who will just use the twenty million dollar report as further evidence to convince themselves that they've been right all along about cabinet because as the anti-capitalist crowd would interpret this. It's proof of how unreasonable he's been in whatever false narrative demands he's made from any NFL teams that may have been interested in him over the last two years. That's what that gets jammed into wants twenty million. See see all those things that we've been saying that may or may not have been true over the last two years. Those things are all, you know, they're all true. Now this validates everything we said about this guy. That's the attitude and you s you see it immediately. And for the people who support Kabir, Nick. They kind of sit on their hands on this one. Oh, boy, maybe it is a little unreasonable. He wants twenty million. What's not unreasonable? Here's why it's not unreasonable. And there are many reasons I have come up with six reasons why it's not unreasonable to ask for twenty million dollars from the alliance of American football or the XFL. I is this and this may be the most important one. These leagues need quarterbacks who can play at an acceptable level and the more recognizable. The names the better. The quarterback play in the af stinks. It's not consistent Garrett Gilbert or is it Gilbert Garrett. I'm not quite sure he's the best one. Anytime the best quarterback in the league has a name that we're not quite sure what it is. That's not good for the league. No, one would get calling Kabir nickname wrong. If he were playing for an XFL team. And right are af team right now, we don't know who the hell the XFL is going to have under contract. And that dovetails into the second reason he's gonna put butts in the seats and is on the screens. He's going to promote engagement people will flock to the league that signs him. They soda jersey recently. Through nike. I know team Colin Kaepernick jersey, and it sold out on the first day. And there's no team. It's just a black jersey with white numbers and letters and it sold out. If you put a jersey out there of any of these teams, the various af franchises or whatever. The XFL teams are going to be called. It's going to sell out. It's gonna have increased ratings. It's going to have increased attendance. Have you seen some of the pictures Salt Lake? Salt Lake people just kind of stumbled in. They were looking for directions. I think. It's embarrassingly low watching af game they are shooting low angle. So you never see from more than a flash. A split. Second large gaps in the stadium where there aren't people there you get capital. People are showing up third if one signs and the other one doesn't. And we're talking about right? People are right now with the F. It's just kind of this curiosity that maybe we think of maybe we don't like I thought Sunday night. I'll watch football. I won't watch the Oscars who cares about the Oscars. What did I watch? I watch the Oscars. I'm not invested. Invested enough to say I have to watch this. If Colin Kaepernick was playing on Sunday night. I watched that game. And. I don't think there's I'm still I don't know. Maybe one of these leagues will survive. I don't think we're going to survive and the one that gets Colin Kaepernick instantly becomes the more likely to survive. At back back to the second reason. I, but what I'm saying here is if you're paying this guy twenty million and the overall financial boost that he provides directly or indirectly to your league is more than twenty million. It will have been a good investment. And if it gives you increased attendance, if it gives you higher ratings if it gives you greater merchandise sale, it's worth it. And you throw on top of it. The fact that we've got him in you don't. So suck on that. Af or XFL depending upon which league gets him. There's value in that. Fourth. I keep thinking. Hey, this one's even more important than than the last. I don't know, man. They're all important. When when these two leagues have very rigid salary structures. The XFL is supposedly going to pay quarterbacks. Two hundred fifty thousand dollars a year. The af is paying all players three year two hundred fifty thousand dollar contract non-negotiable, if that's where they are and cabernet says twenty million and their response is we're not deviating from our structure, there's never a negotiation. Twenty million isn't the bottom line. Twenty millions of the opener. You put twenty million out there knowing what their structure is. And you hope they come off of it. Then you come off of twenty then they come up, then you come down. Then they come up and you come down eventually you find the middle ground. But if you start at twenty maybe your bottom lines sixteen maybe it's fifteen maybe it's twelve maybe it's ten million dollars a game for ten games. I don't know. But let's not assume he just said twits twenty million nothing now. Maybe he did. I don't want to assume that he did he didn't. But under traditional negotiating concepts. You don't put twenty out there. As your bottom line. You put twenty out there as your opener knowing that they're currently at a much lower number, and you hope that it sparks negotiation and by saying twenty reasonable people with experience in negotiation would have an idea that the bottom line is probably somewhere between ten million and twelve million that would be my guess. Unless they did say, hey, it's twenty or nothing. We're wasting our time if we have this conversation in some people negotiate that way, too, but we have to at least open the door to the possibility that this was a more traditional negotiation. And if it was a traditional negotiation twenty million is the opener, not the closer. Another reason and this one applies only to the XFL. If he signs with the XFL now, he forgoes any opportunity to play in the NFL this year. And who knows whether or not the phone is gonna ring. I don't think it's going to ring SIMS doesn't think it's going to rain a lot of people think it's not gonna ring. Once you sign with the XFL, you take the phone off the hook. Because you're going to be the centerpiece of the marketing effort from September to January when they get ready to start the season. That's part of what they're paying for. And you can't you can't say, well, yeah. Okay. Except fell play for you. But give me the right to play in the NFL. And then I'll see you in January. They're gonna wanna keep him safe. They're gonna want to keep him healthy. They're gonna wanna keep exclusive rights to him. So there's greater value that twenty million makes more sense when it's put to the XFL, then one is put the af because he'd be giving up any chance to play in the NFL in two thousand nineteen and finally we've seen these af games from the very first one when Mike Burke Ritchie had his helmet catapulted into the stands almost there's a heightened physical risk when you're offensive line sucks. And the af offense of lines suck. They have rules that prevent blitzing. They have rules that limit the number of guys who can rush they have. They have like the Pro Bowl rules. It used to Ben. I haven't watched the Pro Bowl in years. So I don't know where they still do this. But I soon they do you can't blitz and do all this exotic stuff they're trying to give the quarterbacks more time to throw the ball. And even then it's sack fest two thousand nineteen. So capper Nick who presumably wants to get to the NFL at some point is taking on an increased physical risk by playing in either of these leagues, and there's value in that. Hey, you want me to come play behind? A collection of sloppy. And potentially get myself injured to the point where I need three surgeries. Again. Like I needed after the two thousand sixteen season that's going to cost you. So for all those reasons and probably others that I'm not thinking of he's not being unreasonable, especially if it's an opener if it's an opener that that's the only reason we need to point to all these other reasons become more relevant as we get closer to his bottom line. But if twenty million was his opener. It's clearly not unreasonable. But even if twenty million was his bottom line for the other reasons that are. He's not being unreasonable. Now what I think's going on here. I don't think the XFL wants anything to do with them. Frankly, Vince McMahon when he rolled this thing out last year made it clear that his guys are going to stand for the anthem. I don't think he wants a cross that bridge in the first game that the XFL plays in second. As it relates the af th they're doing everything they can to cozy up to the NFL. They get their games on NFL network. Do you really think the af wants to put Colin Kaepernick on the field on games to be televised by NFL network, Alexa? Even with the fawing apparent song that we saw ten days ago with the announcement of the settlement of collusion grievance. I still think that the ice isn't nearly as thought as people assume that it is simply because they have this lawsuit quasi lawsuit behind them. Speaking of lawsuits, the af has been successful enough to get sued. They say you're not truly successful until you've been sued. So by that standard. Congratulations. Af you're successful. You've been sued. We'll explain what they've been sued for and try to make sense of all of it. When PF.

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"twenty million" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"twenty million" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Hundred twenty million dollars settlement over hip replacement devices. Forty-five attorneys-general nationwide alleged misleading claims and deceptive practices proceeded to hip implant devices ultimately being taken off the market. According to the New York attorney general's office, some patients who required hip implant revision surgery to replace a failed AS are or pinnacle. Alternate implant experience persistent groin pain, allergic reactions tissue necrosis as well. As a build up of metal ions in the blood under the settlement, New York state will receive over four million dollars. Diane Denaro, NewsRadio eight ten in one or three one WJ y coming up the W G Y AccuWeather forecast. Message and data rates may apply. If you're considering going back to school, ask yourself the following questions. Do you need the flexibility to take classes on your schedule? Do you have college credits to transfer? Do you want to earn a quality degree from a world renowned university? If you answered yes to any of these questions. Arizona State University is the perfect school for you. Arizona State University. Offers over one hundred fifty highly ranked degree programs one hundred percents online. You'll learn the same degree as you would on campus from wherever you are on your schedule. Plus ASU online accepts most transfer credits. For information text ASU to three five five one seven. Learn for yourself. Why ASU is ranked number one for innovation by US news and World Report and learn to thrive with Arizona State University. For more information about ASU online text ASU to three five five one seven that's ASU to three five five one seven..

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