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The Streaming Era Has Finally Arrived
"Well if you don't have a big tv now. I think it's time to go get one 'cause you're gonna be spending even more time in front of the tv in twenty twenty one. We're still in the pandemic who knows if it will ever end in everything's going to streaming as you've heard me talk about a lot of first run films going to streaming from warner brothers. They're putting seventeen films on. Hbo max next year now disney has a hundred new projects eighty of them are going to streaming a new version of pinocchio with tom. Hanks and peter pan with jude law. Skipping theaters going straight to disney plus. There's ten new star wars tv series. I mean there's so much out there. A lot of filmmakers don't like theater owners or even more upset but what's going on well. The studio's really always wanted a way to release their films. One to one bypassing the middle person and they finally found it with a pandemic warner says. This is a short one. Time fixed due to the pandemic but one analyst. I spoke to peter. Chatty doesn't see things changing in two thousand twenty two quote. The reality is the genius out of the bottle. And it's not going back. He told me so. People have been going to movies in theaters since the days of chaplin and keaton so why the media companies want them moving the streaming very simple recurring revenue monthly subscriptions really add up. Let's take a film like the original wonder woman shot in two thousand seventeen. It grossed eight hundred and twenty one million dollars at the box office. Subtract the production. The marketing costs and the split with theaters in the studio was left with a profit of about two hundred and fifty million dollars according to deadline so. Hbo max debuted in may fifteen dollars. Monthly currently has just over twelve million subscribers. So what would happen. If hbo were able to bring in say ten million new subscribers to see wonder woman nineteen eighty-four the new film and most of them stuck around. I'm not great at math. But i can tell you that works out to one hundred and fifty million dollars. That's less than the theatrical box office prophets but we're looking at just one month in two months studio. C three hundred million and four fifty and six hundred and on and on it goes but perhaps ten million subscribers is way too generous. The reality is it will be way way less. Maybe a million. Maybe half a million. Maybe two million. The studio won't come close to making streaming. What would have in a huge theatrical release but another analysts rich greenfield told variety that the studio will make less money for the greater good of building. Hbo max this is putting the long term future of the company ahead of prophets. Disney has already hiked the price by a dollar to disney plus effective in march. Two
United Drops After Earnings
"But we started off with an earnings alert on united the airline lower the after hours session after reporting earnings. Let's get straight to fill a bow with details spill. Him, Melissa United. Losing one point eight billion dollars in the third quarter. That's not a surprise. Everybody knows what's been happening with the airline industry the numbers a little wider lost than many people were estimating a loss of eight dollars and sixteen cents a share. The estimate was for a loss of seven fifty, three revenue falling seventy eight percent coming in a little shy of expectations at two point four, eight, billion dollars the real metric everybody's focused on the daily cash burn. Now, just a point of reference. This is a company that. was losing fifty million dollars a day back at the end of March, when the pandemic accelerated, they brought it down to forty million dollars for a daily cash loss. In Q. Two, they bring it down to twenty, five, million, Q. Three, four, million of that by the way is debt in severance payments. So they're core daily cash burn comes down to twenty one, million dollars a day. Now in the earnings report, they do not give a break even date. So while we heard from Delta yesterday saying look, we think we're break even sometime. In the spring united is not addressing that in this earnings report though I suspect that we know that question's GonNa go up on the analyst. All tomorrow I suspect that united will likely give some guidance at that time it's liquidity nineteen point four, billion dollars more importantly Melissa. The company is stressing that it believes that has the cash on hand to get through this pandemic nobody know quite how long this pandemic will last how long it'll airlines will be down that a year and a half two years but united does believe that it's positioned. Well, coming out of the third quarter at least in terms of liquidity don't forget. We have an exclusive tomorrow morning on Squawk box you do not want to miss this Scott Kirby CEO of United Airlines you'll be talking to us not only about the numbers about the daily cash burn but also this question of what's the path to break even is, does it happen in the spring? Does it happen sooner than that? A lot of questions for him tomorrow morning Melissa fell had united before giving a break, even target like Delta had. I don't remember them giving a specific target I know that they were hoping to get close to break even by the end of the year. Frankly that's what every airline was pushing for. Let's get close to break even by the end of the year. So I wouldn't be surprised if they come out and they say look we now think it's GonNa be sometime in the spring or late first quarter second quarter that would not surprise me nor would it surprise any analyst either so it's not like this is news where people are saying, wait a second. We don't know when they're going to get back to break even. Looking, at the progression on the daily cash burn in how much it's coming down I think that's going to be one of the focus points of the analysts call tomorrow and I think you're gonNA, see Wall Street try to pin them down in terms of when they think they get the break even yeah. It seems like as soon as Delta said, we're GONNA push that out it sort of opened the door for the other airlines to do the same. Fell thank you. We'll be listening for that interview tomorrow. I'm squawk box Phillips
Baltimore students grapple with distance learning
"Like other districts around the country, the city of Baltimore is weighing whether and how to return to school in person right now, most public school students here are attending classes virtually half of those. Come from low income families, and about fifteen percent have disabilities which add to the challenge of teaching and engaging students. Remotely Sonia Elisa's is the CEO of city public schools. I asked her how the district was fixed for technology going into the pandemic we have ratio of about one device for every four students what has rapidly changed. Over the past few months is we have. Purchased fifty five thousand devices so that we hand distribute those we've distributed probably close to forty, five to forty, eight of those. The other piece that's changed is we have far more technology in use with far more adult trained than we ever had prior to the pandemic more than half of Baltimore City public school students come from low income households. How has that added to the challenge given the the huge digital divide we have in our country you know we had probably close to twenty thousand families in Baltimore City that did not have. To broadband a lot of what we've also had to do frankly is is work with others in the community to leverage relationships and partnerships to make sure that the majority of our families would receive broadband. So everything from. Negotiating and frankly paying for some of the Internet access, we have about fifteen thousand hotspots that we have had to give out. But even when kids have the devices and the Internet connection at home, there are challenges I'm sure you saw the New Yorker Propublica story by Alec mcgillis profiling a child who was constantly searching for the right link to get into class because it was always changing and his access was. Available How's the district making sure kids like that don't fall through the cracks, his piece captured what happens after the ground level challenges of devices and Internet access or even addressed, and we've had parents through no fault of their own who even win they're calling our central lines for assistance aren't sure where the space bar is or in the case of the student that Alec profiled. If you don't know how to switch from one platform to another can be a real obstacle. It's one of the reasons why we needed to add more support through our hotline. Because it you know it takes longer if there's something new, we're really seeing what happens when we allow whole segments of our community to not have access to really what is an essential in twenty in the twenty first century. Do. You feel too much is being asked of schools to close that gap given the a lot of the reasons behind the digital divide our societal. So I think that that happens a great deal within public schools in our country and just the way that we approach and I've said this on a variety of cage of occasions. The way we approach policy and supports for families in this country is often very silo D- it's truncated in one area and it doesn't connect in another and so families are left really navigating the landscape on their own when really those of us. In. Service should be the ones navigating. We knew that the obstacles we faced in the spring, we're not going to be a sufficient enough excuse nor should it be for young people learning and so you do what you need to do. But that being said I do think it is a moment for reflection and pause that we are asking schools to be centers of feeding for families, centers of technology for families it really should. Very frankly, quite quite obviously a surface larger questions about what our family support policy is as a country overall with all the devices, you've had to purchase the internet connectivity. You've had to buy the training, how to do how much does all this cost. What we found was about a twenty one, million dollar gap between the resources we were able to garner from not just government, but our own repurposing of resources as well as. Some donations from the philanthropic community and in the case of Baltimore everyday citizens who donated everything from either full device or whatever financial contribution they wanted to make to the fund are really helped. Begin to bridge that that that divide however, we still found ourselves with about a twenty one, million dollar difference, which is why we began taking the financial. Measures that we did because what we knew was that between technology between our protective equipment cleaning supplies being able to make sure that families we heard loud and clear from our families that they wanted. Evidence that, we were going to be able to keep their students safe in any discussion about returning to school and even in the virtual environment. We knew that for that to be viable we would need to continue to help make sure that Internet was Availa ball and that again we were closing the divide on the devices.
Donald Trump 'paid $750 in federal income taxes in 2016 and 2017'
"We begin tonight with that bombshell report on President trump at his taxes the election just thirty six days away now, and this is the most extensive reporting yet on the matter reporters at the New York Times revealing, they have examined eighteen years of president trump's taxes eleven of those years they report president trump paid no federal income taxes at all and the year he won the White House they say he paid seven hundred fifty dollars in federal income taxes the same the following year. That's about the same amount of American worker earning twenty thousand dollars a year pace federal income taxes seven hundred, fifty dollars. The Times points of those eleven years in which trump paid no federal income taxes at all and the Times also reporting that the president is hundreds of millions of dollars in debt more than four, hundred, twenty, million, they say in debt that could come do over the next four years if he's elected leading new questions, who is that money Oh to? Of course, all of this just twenty four hours before the first face to face debate between president trump and Joe Biden here's our chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl leading off tonight. On the eve of the first presidential debate, the American public is getting what's been described as the first detailed look at one of Donald Trump's most closely guarded secrets, his tax returns in its Blockbuster Report The New York Times reviewed detailed information on nearly two decades. Worth of trump tax returns. The details are startling trump paid no federal income taxes at all in eleven of the eighteen years they review. Twenty sixteen the year he won the White House trump reportedly paid only seven hundred and fifty dollars for a first year in office. He again paid just seven hundred, fifty dollars seven hundred fifty dollars is roughly the federal income tax bill of someone who makes twenty thousand dollars a year at the White House the President insisted the Times report was not accurate well, first of all, I paid a lot a lot of state income taxes too but state and federal income taxes are two different things the president built his brand and his campaign on being a business genius with the MIDAS touch have great business sense I made a lot of money and I had great success. So I've had great success by the way really successful but the Times reports the trump businesses including his golf courses and resorts are actually awash in red ink. His Washington hotel reportedly lost fifty five point five, million dollars since it opened for years ago his foreign ventures according to the Times are among the few that have actually made money since he became president more than seventy, three, million dollars some of the most profitable countries with authoritarian leaders including the Philippines and Turkey when trump ran for president the first time he insisted he was loaded with money and had almost no debt whatsoever anybody I don't need that very interesting. I'm so liquid I don't need that and if I need but the Times reports the president is actually drowning in debt including more than four hundred, twenty, one, million dollars that could come do over the next four years the paper noting that if trump is reelected quote, his lenders could be placed in the unprecedented position of wing whether to foreclose on a sitting president today the president tweeted he has very little debt compared to the value of assets. He has repeatedly said his tax returns are under IRS audit it's. They've been underwater for a long time. The IRS does not treat me. Well, the newspaper reports the IRS is in fact investigating a seventy two point nine, million dollar tax refund the president received in two, thousand ten and whether he took improper deductions, the times found trump took tax deductions for money spent on his lavish lifestyle including seventy thousand dollars on hairdressers during his time on the apprentice and more than ninety five, thousand dollars for vodka trump's makeup artist. The President says he is entitled like everyone else to depreciation and tax credits. Refused to turn over his tax returns but he's also bragged about his ability to avoid paying taxes. The only years that anybody's ever seen where a couple of years when he had to turn them over to state authorities when he was trying to get a casino license and they showed he didn't pay any federal income tax so. Eight zero that means zero for troops. The Biden campaign points out that most voters do pay taxes releasing an ad today highlighting working class people who have paid more federal income tax than the self described. In the White, house.
Trump paid no income taxes in 10 out of 15 years beginning in 2000
"Begin tonight with that bombshell report on President trump at his taxes the election just thirty six days away now, and this is the most extensive reporting yet on the matter reporters at the New York Times revealing, they have examined eighteen years of president trump's taxes eleven of those years they report president trump paid no federal income taxes at all and the year he won the White House they say he paid seven hundred fifty dollars in federal income taxes the same the following year. That's about the same amount of American worker earning twenty thousand dollars a year pace federal income taxes seven hundred, fifty dollars. The Times points of those eleven years in which trump paid no federal income taxes at all and the Times also reporting that the president is hundreds of millions of dollars in debt more than four, hundred, twenty, million, they say in debt that could come do over the next four years if he's elected leading new questions, who is that money Oh to? Of course, all of this just twenty four hours before the first face to face debate between president trump and Joe Biden here's our chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl leading off tonight. On the eve of the first presidential debate, the American public is getting what's been described as the first detailed look at one of Donald Trump's most closely guarded secrets, his tax returns in its Blockbuster Report The New York Times reviewed detailed information on nearly two decades. Worth of trump tax returns. The details are startling trump paid no federal income taxes at all in eleven of the eighteen years they review. Twenty sixteen the year he won the White House trump reportedly paid only seven hundred and fifty dollars for a first year in office. He again paid just seven hundred, fifty dollars seven hundred fifty dollars is roughly the federal income tax bill of someone who makes twenty thousand dollars a year at the White House the President insisted the Times report was not accurate well, first of all, I paid a lot a lot of state income taxes too but state and federal income taxes are two different things the president built his brand and his campaign on being a business genius with the MIDAS touch have great business sense I made a lot of money and I had great success. So I've had great success by the way really successful but the Times reports the trump businesses including his golf courses and resorts are actually awash in red ink. His Washington hotel reportedly lost fifty five point five, million dollars since it opened for years ago his foreign ventures according to the Times are among the few that have actually made money since he became president more than seventy, three, million dollars some of the most profitable countries with authoritarian leaders including the Philippines and Turkey when trump ran for president the first time he insisted he was loaded with money and had almost no debt whatsoever anybody I don't need that very interesting. I'm so liquid I don't need that and if I need but the Times reports the president is actually drowning in debt including more than four hundred, twenty, one, million dollars that could come do over the next four years the paper noting that if trump is reelected quote, his lenders could be placed in the unprecedented position of wing whether to foreclose on a sitting president today the president tweeted he has very little debt compared to the value of assets. He has repeatedly said his tax returns are under IRS audit it's. They've been underwater for a long time. The IRS does not treat me. Well, the newspaper reports the IRS is in fact investigating a seventy two point nine, million dollar tax refund the president received in two, thousand ten and whether he took improper deductions, the times found trump took tax deductions for money spent on his lavish lifestyle including seventy thousand dollars on hairdressers during his time on the apprentice and more than ninety five, thousand dollars for vodka trump's makeup artist. The President says he is entitled like everyone else to depreciation and tax credits. Refused to turn over his tax returns but he's also bragged about his ability to avoid paying taxes. The only years that anybody's ever seen where a couple of years when he had to turn them over to state authorities when he was trying to get a casino license and they showed he didn't pay any federal income tax so. Eight zero that means zero for troops. The Biden campaign points out that most voters do pay taxes releasing an ad today highlighting working class people who have paid more federal income tax than the self described. In the White, house.
Is Drew Brees no longer the elite quarterback of the past
"Think it's time to sound the alarms on drew brees who was uncharacteristically erratic with his accuracy yesterday on top of of the week one game where he couldn't move the ball it's definitely too bad back to back weeks for drew brees. But I think this week them not having Michael Thomas out there I mean Alvin Kamara he's still look good but obviously, they need more than just him. He can't just be the Alvin Kamara show out there. So drew brees I. Think. Yeah. You have to be a little concerned at this that we're not seeing what we should be seeing out of him because Derek Carr put up the numbers that drew brees should have last night. It's another game where you know you look at breeze his average depth target is just over five yards, the vast majority, and this was obviously true with Michael Thomas to the vast majority of yardage that he's gaining is coming after the catch it's a different type of quarterback that they have to play around. Like Luke are my son, it became a saints fan a year ago, and my concern was like, well, you kind of jumped on this one a little late in the game had you been born earlier that might have been more profitable for you but he asked last night like is drew brees look so sad and I thought like like on a micro right like on a micro level it's because you're losing to the raiders on Monday night football and you're frustrated but like on a Matra level like the something in the is a breeze. Through me down the stretch like you can kind of get in the is well, you've seen this with Peyton manning to like in that last year and. First of all small sample size. Let's see what happens the true breeze but there are concerning distressing signals out there were seen it on the field and I thought that there was a look in the eyes of drew brees last night that sort of new something's changed here. It's not the end, but something's changed and heap maybe shares a little bit of the concern that we share because he had. You did and he. Does face. It makes me think about retirement. Remember he almost consider retirement. And players always say like once you think about it you're you're already you're already there. What did you see colleen last night? No. The same thing that's US did there was one shot in particular of through breezes face that he just you could see it was written all over his face. It was just pure dejection I. Guess to like He. He looked so sad in the moment time for that Viking funeral just put him on the wooden rafts now and push them out into the Gulf of Mexico start firing those arrows Taylor swift. They've got Winston. I Love Patras tweet where he said, we're like four weeks away from breeze coming down with a mysterious injury and Winston getting a little bit of a test drive. I mean listen that would be wild and I. Think our boy that boy wolf the number one saints fan on. Twitter pointed out that Winston had killer training camp, and and you know we also have, of course chastened Tatum Hill the twenty one, million dollar man who really has not been involved the offense too much through two weeks. Sean Payton is a guy that is if they continue to struggle you imagine it's going to be hard for him not to think about mixing things up or perhaps making a big change, but it still thinks I still feels a little premature especially the Michael Thomas. Out. Emmanuel Sanders had had a bad game yesterday. He's obviously not his straight he's in the. Chakwal Smith. IS THEIR NUMBER ONE RECEIVER So a lot of the states have a lot of work to do both in strategy and play and discipline. And now they got the packers. So that's going to be a games. Look forward to
Pier 1 Import Transaction - What We Can learn From It
"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and Neil Patel, and today we are going to talk about something really interesting. That's happening right now while we're GonNa talk about the pure one import transaction and what we can learn from it but we. A little context here as to when recording this. This is July twenty, second twenty twenty where still in the midst of Covid, and so what's going on as a lot of these companies retailers are going bankrupt. They were already shaky, and this was basically nail in the coffin for them. So they've had to basically liquidate. Neil. I'm sure you've looked into this deal a little bit. What do you know about it? Can you kind of pay some white as to WHO's kind of spearheading this as well? Sure. So there's a guy named Alex, ooh Zeus Anti Lopez. Many guys know about the guy has a. Car. Garage union, it's at. Times really smart. So ty ended up techno was but a lot of people look at Thai Guy who's pushing Lamborghini, and there's not much more to. What ty analysis decided to do was leverage on leverage. Our audience gets a ton of investors in go out there in go leverage their audience and going by these struggling e-commerce. First one they did was dressed farm about her pennies on the dollar. Now, the buying pure one, and then from there, they turn around the company's make him grow at the fat. And you got a really solid business in part, audience built brand lowliest do the bat and off. Yeah I mean, if you think about it, it's it was initially, they agreed on a twenty one, million dollar deal in the pure one came back and said, we want thirty million. So I think it's a thirty million dollar deal now, but to Neal's point, it's pennies on the dollar, the work de Sweat equity that's been put in over the years and years. They don't necessarily need all the retail shops anywhere. You take the brand, make everything. Go Onto ECOMMERCE. You'RE GONNA go. So, you're going to print money what turns action. It's super simple. It's effective and I wish more people thought about things that way a lot of people want to build businesses from scratch. The hardest part is building easier. Part is growing muscle were marketers cutting back in grown company has already a billion dollars revenue. They're not fall role while. Is it okay by for pennies on the dollar, you cut the fat and made two billion anymore, but they slew one, hundred, million. So that really amazing business, right? I was listening to that yesterday. So Nike originally, they were slated for their online revenue to be about thirty percent for twenty, twenty three. I at the target now is fifty percent. So the already shot past that. So a lot of stuff is accelerated. Yes. We know that they're not getting a lot of offline transactions, but would this basically means if you look at shop advice stock a lot of stuff ECOMMERCE which is accelerating. Yet, and before this year roughly percent of online transact commerce transaction rebound online that. And sure after cheers Emmy going down a little bit, but it's still gonNA. Be Way higher than where started. Yeah I think at least one of the lessons from me here is you have to look at the Times what are people used to right now, and is it just a business model? tweak where you remove the retail component? The you know the in store component and you just switch it to online and boom. You're you're good to go. 'cause people are tied to the original kind of appear one management team might be tied to hey, we should keep the stores people stuck with doing things the old way by once you remove the emotion from it wants you just be used a objective and you think about it from a business perspective everything changes anything else. Let's it in the last thing you should take away from pure wants to Techn- idea something as donor to book by its cover. A lot of people a judge tyler. This guy is in smart steam
Oh, Baby! Monitor Maker Nanit Lands $21 Million Investment and Finds a New Market
"The. Pandemic may have slowed venture capital deals to crawl, but that didn't stop baby monitor maker Nat from raising twenty one million dollars in a new round of funding. The company produces high tech video. Baby monitors a subscription APP and a line of wearable breathing band swaddled in sleeping bags, baby monitors of long given parents, a sense of security, allowing them to hear and later see they're sleeping children from another room. A quick glance can. Can put a worried momber. Daddy's and Nana's monitor gives parents in HD quality bird's eye view of their babies in infrared night-vision. The mobile APP lets you access the monitor from your phone or tablet features include sound and motion sensors as well as two way audio that lets you sing or talk to your little one Nannette promises the device which tracks sleep patterns is like having a personal sleep coach in the palm of your hand. O. And it's compatible with Amazon's Alexa to. But like all technology, these smart devices have a dark side. Hackers have breached. Baby monitors the past few years using cameras to spy on family members and speak to children. PR reported an alarming case alleging that a hacker reposition to camera remotely to a point at where one mother breastfed her baby several times a day in another reported by NBC News the Hacker, told the Baby I love you through the audio function. In February a report by PC magazines, cybersecurity firm bit defender found that the I baby monitor m-6 camera had vulnerabilities that could possibly allow hackers to download recordings access personal. Using the cameras ID and even control the camera. Initially MAG said. It's attempts to contact i. baby went unanswered, but once the report became public. The Monitor Company reportedly issued fix within twenty four hours. But critics say that monitor manufacturers could do a better job protecting users. There's often a gap between knowing the best practices in correctly implementing them on devices, said northeastern. University Associate Professor David Softness in Rico report the National Cyber Security Alliance, says risks can be minimized by following the devices security instructions and using a strong password also turn off the monitor when it's not an use. Beyond. hacks critic say there are other concerns reliability for one. Last November the Alad Smart Sock, a wearable monitor that wraps around the baby's foot to detect sleep patterns, oxygen, levels and heart rate stopped communicating with a mobile APP for about three days, according to the New York Times some experts wonder if all of this monitoring is just needlessly increasing parents anxiety. Privacy concerns should give parents pause to says Jamie Williams Staff Attorney at digital rights group, the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Every company has different privacy and data retention standards, and parents may not know what happens to their babies liked us once it's recorded by the Monitor. She told the. Washington Post despite these concerns. It's unlikely that new parents are giving up baby monitors anytime soon, but global interactive baby monitor market is projected to grow thirteen percent per year through twenty twenty four. After all worried parents need reassurance and now cove nineteen has ushered in a new market of users tech crunch reports that social distancing requirements have left grandparents, aunts and uncles craving baby time extended. Family now makes up twenty percent of Nana's users. With all of those remote babysitters watching, they're weary bundles of joy. Maybe smart monitors can give parents the peace of mind. They need to find the get some sleep.
Report: Saints Sign QB Hill, Close In on Deal With Winston
"The New Orleans Saints leaving no stone unturned at the quarterback position we already know drew Brees is back for the twenty twenty season beyond that remains to be seen if they made it clear just how much they value Swiss army knife he said hill with that in mind ESPN's Adam Schefter reports they're signing hill to a two year twenty one million dollar deal sixty mil fully guaranteed at signing on top of that Yahoo sports reports the saints are closing in on a one year contract with four Bucks started James Winston
Rangers vet Choo giving $1K each to 191 Texas minor leaguers
"Texas Rangers outfielder DA Hsinchu Chu is helping out the clubs financially strapped minor leaguers donating a thousand dollars each two hundred ninety one of them chew said that he remembers the financial struggles he had when he was in the minors and hopes the gifts will help ease the worries of the current ranger minor leaguers most of them he has never met thirty seven year old shoe is making twenty one million dollars this season in the final year of his seven year hundred and thirty million dollar contract Bob Stevens Dallas
Sanders raised $46.5 million in February, Warren $29 million, Biden $18 million
"Bernie Sanders raised over forty six million dollars in the month of February he raised twenty five million in January and everybody thought that was a blow out number he's double that number in the month of February Elizabeth Warren is reported to have more than twenty one million dollars and so it appears that she's gonna go just as long as the money holds out even though she is languishing in the polls and the delegate counts course money no object for Michael Bloomberg you just heard that the peace in our our news on the half hour that's that's a tough day when you're campaigning at a black church down in Alabama and of the handful of the congregation the stands up and then turns their back on you as you're delivering your remarks it is pretty amazing you take a look at at Bloomberg but a judge clover shar Warren I mean if you take a look at those voting for them they have yet to to prove they can all any of the ethnicities any the minorities in a significant way into their
Chicago: Legal Marijuana Sales Created $10.5 Million In Illinois Tax Revenue In January
"Recreational marijuana sales in Illinois generated more than ten million dollars in tax revenue last month customers spent more than thirty nine million on legal weed during the first month of sales the state expects a hundred twenty one million dollars in tax revenue for all of
Super Bowl Bound: 49ers and Chiefs
"Did bill. We made it to the Super Bowl. You me and Jimmy Garoppolo. I feel I I may have sweat more watching the NFC championship game. That Jimmy Garoppolo actually swept playing being in the NFC championship game. Bill Barnwell is a senior football writer at ESPN and the host of the bill. Barnwell show so after two weeks Of Extremely Exciting Football Championship weekend did not disappoint niners and chiefs fans disappointed pretty much everyone else or at least anyone who wanted close close games both favorites dominated so let's start with the most dominant team the San Francisco Forty niners bill win the niners packers met earlier earlier. This season. Aaron Rodgers had one of the worst games of his career threw for one hundred and four yards. Tonight he threw for three hundred twenty six yards But the result wasn't much better. Why is that okay? So the first time these two teams played the niners won with an absolutely dominant. Pash Josh Rush Nick. Bosa and his teammates knocked down Aaron Rodgers ten times on Sunday. The only knockdown Aaron Rogers twice and while they did hold them without a first down conversion in the first half both of those games the packers movable pretty consistently I should say after after halftime instead the forty niners otherworldly in a different way on Sunday they ran the ball forty two times for two hundred eighty five yards and four. We're touchdowns averaging nearly seven yards per carry to put that in context. ESPN has a stat called expected. Points with measures how each play impacts team's James Chances of scoring on a given the forty niners racked up the second most rushing. EPA for any team in a game this season and and the most for any single team in a playoff game over the last decade just narrowly beating out the prior record holder. which just happened to be the forty niners? Twenty wanting twelve playoff win over. The Green Bay Packers would Colin Kaepernick. Ran For one hundred. Eighty one rushing yards. So they're leading rusher tonight. I was not Colin Kaepernick. It was re Moster who ran for two hundred and twenty yards by himself. were good has hat trick the first half of the NFC championship game deserves a hat trick of field grade baby bill. Will I am guessing. A decent amount of football fans hadn't heard Ramos before tonight. Okay so you mustard is basically it accident accident in football terms but it's such a cool story so the Shanahan offense has a history of unearthing obscure running back and turning them into stars going back to Mike Shanahan stays in Denver but even among those backs most particularly remarkable case. Liners did everything they could to find a different running back over the past a couple of years. They hand picked a runner who they traded up to nab in the two thousand seventeen draft never played a game for the team. They signed Jerick McKinnon Torres. ACL He's collected more than and twenty one million dollars for the niners without ever playing a single game for the team. This offseason they added. Kevin Coleman from the Falcons who suffered an injury in the first half and that opened up the door from western and most of its story is easy to root for. You heard him talk about it. After the biggest game of his life on Sunday crazy that I've been on seven. Different teams actually still have cut dates every before every game a look at the dates when I got cut not everybody can can deal. Would that type of stressing the pain and agony I went through. I kept the faith to not only myself but whoever gave me the opportunity is organization has done a great job most are made the niners roster as a special teamer at first but after he looked good in limited time last season they gave him a three year extension after playing. Well this season most are just became the first running back. NFL history to top two hundred rushing yards and scored four rushing touchdowns in a single game. That's never happened in the playoffs playoffs before pretty good for a guy who was really an afterthought until the two thousand eighteen season. What's just remarkable? Bill is those two hundred twenty rushing yards. Were nearly three times as many yards as Garoppolo the night as quarterback past for which made for a remarkable stat sheet. There was a point in this football game where according to ESPN stats and Info. Jimmy went ninety four minutes in real time without attempting a pass so I have to ask going into the Super Bowl. Is that a sustainable offensive approach. I mean we all had that friend and in our twenties who got by succeeded solely because they were good looking right now that friend is Jimmy. Garoppolo I mean in the divisional round. He barely through through the football in the conference championship game. He barely through the football. We saw a similar situation with Ryan. Tannehill right over the first two weeks of his post. The season and when Tennessee ran into an offensive juggernaut with the chiefs their offense with Danny Hillis not able to accelerate into a higher gear. Now of course Garoppolo is the one who has to face the chiefs unless the forty niners can shut down the Kansas City. Passing game with their pass rush which isn't out of the question they're going to need to throw the football more quite a bit more. We've seen the niners succeed in games or Garoppolo and to throw the ball at ton with the Saints Win. Maybe as a notable for example but since Garoppolo through that interception against the Vikings in the divisional round cow Shanahan has called seventy one runs against just twelve passes passes even if the niners do end up throwing the ball effectively against the chiefs. It's clear that Shanahan doesn't WANNA put the game on Garoppolo shoulders unless absolutely necessary and that in itself is telling throughout the game bill packers fans were frustrated. Understand police and they seem to be taking out some of their wrath on the coaches arguing. They should have devised better game. Plans to both run the ball more and stop the run and do you think there's anything that Matt Leflore or the Packers Defensive Coordinator Mike Patton could have done differently in this game. Yeah I think so I think to be fair. Shanahan might just ask pedants number. It just felt like you is several steps ahead of the packers defensive coordinator and when pen and tried to adjust it just never seemed to catch up and work there. There was one play I think in the second quarter was a microcosm of everything that went wrong for the packers in this game. They came out in their nickle package with five defensive backs against the forty niners base. He's too back offense which created the size mismatch. The niners pitched the Baltimore and not only did he have a huge hole but he made both safeties with on their tackle attempts downfield win for about thirty yards. pedants struggled to put his players in positions where they could succeed and meanwhile leflore didn't coach like a guy who was a seven point underdog. The packers punted. I believe on their first drive on fourth and one from the fifty yard line. We know the packers are enormously more effective offense with Aaron Aaron Jones on the field but the floor still Jamal Williams their backup running back. Play over thirty percent of the offensive snaps and he didn't really take advantage of move the niners movement Richard Sherman. That was really fascinating during the regular season for the niners and during the vast majority of his time in Seattle Sherman signed up for almost every every snap asked the left cornerback. Defense playing against the right side of the offense. The niners started the game on Sunday. Which chairman on the opposite side of the field on the right side of the defense on the left side of the offense against devante items and while Sharon didn't travel to the left side very frequently? He did do it a few times during the first half. The second half Adams was able to be isolated Sherman over the top for a huge play downfield. I think that played about half of his snaps on either side of the field. I would have liked to have seen for trying to isolate him against German a little more often and take his chances with
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'Good Boys' wins the weekend at the box office
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'Good Boys' wins the weekend at the box office
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"twenty one million dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM
"My understanding. Jerry is the Braves had a big signing. Yeah. We signed the big left-hander Dallas kaikal from the Astros. Finally, we got an ace people say not gonna listen to your point of view, because I have Jay black hair, sports director WSB, not too correct, Jared, but it's not official yet. Okay. Reclose. He has to pass a physical. Okay, sibling. They've been talking to Michael since he's been a free agent since the start of this year to year. So he sat and should be healthy. He sat out because he thought he was going to get a big contract, like you would at thirty one and experience pictures won a Cy Young. He's played in a World Series. He was expecting the big payday general managers these days aren't really interested in giving the big payday to guys who are not at the very top of what they're doing. They're fine to pay Bryce Harper and Manny Machado Mike. Trout gazillion dollars. They don't wanna pay an aging pitch. Mr. more twenty million for five years this part of the ball at a metro. Metrics. Yeah. So he's been on the and the other issue is the team that signed him at the start of the year would also have to give up a draft pick. They weren't really interested in paying him more money than they thought it was worth, and giving up a draft pick once the draft ended earlier this week that part went away. I go. Signed, and kaikal sign this weekend. Onto the cubs went to this guy gets Twenty-one says a one year, twenty one million dollars but occurs to me that we've gone a couple of months he doesn't have to do the whole year. He's going to get paid thirteen million. It's a pro rated deal. Okay. We'll make thirteen million dollars if he would have signed at the start of the year he would've made Twenty-one he'll get about thirteen million. Contract twenty one million dollars over a year. Yes. But he's not only gonna pitch the rest of the season think this is good. Where does he go? What do you think he goes in the rotation? If everything works out. He is your game one starter in a playoff series. He is the most accomplished daughter on this team. He was slightly better than average last year. He is an innings eater. But with the way the Braves rotation is kinda struggled with gospel has been awful the last couple of weeks and Mike Fulton avenue. She's been not what he should be bay need him to stabilize this rotation. So you're not counting on to really young guys like max freed and Mike saroka I'm no expert at baseball. I caught him but my understand my feeling just. The Braves obviously can produce runs. They can they can put numbers up their, their weakness right now is in the pitching. And so obviously, it's too, for a Braves fan. They're going in the right. They're, they're putting their money where their mouth is the trying to shore up the team in the right place. Right. It does show the fan base that they're willing to spend some money here, and it's an adult in the room and so to speak in the rotation of the bullpen on the other hand still not quite there to be a contender. Now one thing at a time. Yes. Thank you. Jay black.
"twenty one million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Click on the 'apply list your law firm button. This is out of Miami. There is a hotel dishwasher, Mary Jean Pierre. Marie Jean Pierre. Worked at a hotel the Conrad Miami. And she said, this is her lawsuit, and this is a religious discrimination lawsuit based on employment discrimination and this is based on race color, religion sex or national group. This is about religion. And she is the mother of six and a member of the soldiers of Christ Church. A Catholic missionary church helps the poor which is kind of neat. And she said in a lawsuit that she told the hotel from day one that she could not work Sundays because of her religious beliefs saying, I love God, no work on Sunday. Because sunday. I honor. God, that's what she said to NBC saying that that's what she told the folks at the hotel, her lawyer said that Healton argued that it was unaware she was a missionary, and they never knew why she always wanted Sunday's off. So going back to two thousand nine she alleges the hotel schedules her to work on a Sunday. And she said to her employer. That I can't do it and her according to her her employer said you have to resign. But you know, because we don't want you to quit your good. We'll go ahead and accommodate your request that happened until two thousand fifteen hour talking six years so sometime in two thousand fifteen this is all according to lawsuit the kitchen manager demanded she worked Sundays and for a short time, louder swap shifts. And later on and this is in March of two thousand sixteen he says she was fired for alleged misconduct negligence. An unexcused absences. I think that's what did it. So the jury comes back with compensatory, and I think that was a good chunk of money to I think thirty five thousand dollars in back wages five hundred thousand dollars for emotional pain, and mental anguish that's a good chunk of money and twenty one million dollars in punitive damages. That's a whole lot of money. Now, I have often said that when it comes to massive awards so ridiculous multi hundred million dollars. Ward two things happen that reduce those awards dramatically won the court on its own motion. It's called remixer and what the court does. Is it reduces the award saying that this was crazy? Or there is a cap a statutory cap. And that's what happens in the this case. That's what happens in Florida. The cap was three hundred thousand dollars for punitive damages under these circumstances. And the lawyer said I love this. I didn't do this for the money. I did this to go the right? The wrongs. So I'm expecting the lawyer to return the money and give it to charity. His take. And the jury was unaware of the lock caps the amount of Pune knees that you could receive. That's why they threw in twenty one million dollars. That's one pissed off jury. I have to tell you. That's when you know, the jury is not happy with you when they come back with out award. I love it was a great case where there was a. An ex army guy who had reconstructive surgery. It was a trans surgery. Oh, they didn't call it in those days. And it was he was transitioning from male to female. He's six foot four built like Justice massive body wanted to be a woman, and or have the voice like this. Hey, my name is Madeline. And that's what you call me. All right. So and this is a case that actually happened. So the surgeon the plastic surgeon. With the belly button. Was off about an inch. There was part of that was some tummy work or stomach work. I don't know why they call a tummy. And anyway, everything else went okay except the belly button. Was an inch off really was. Millions of dollars millions and the plastic surgeon said, okay, I got an inch off a belly button. I understand there's some money there. There's some damage or emotional damage, but eight ten million dollars worth. Of course. The judge said, no, no that's a little bit too high. All right. Let's go for it. With phone calls. Andrea europe. Hello. Andrea. Hi, okay. Can you hear me? Yup. Sorry. Okay. So last July, my mom got an accident in my car that I gave to her. So it was still on my name, she's on my insurance policy, and we just have you know, the twenty five thousand liability. Are you there? Yeah. I'm here. I'm listening. Okay. So she total that guy's car. My insurance wants to pay out the twenty five thousand but now they wanna come after us for the additional like thirteen thousand dollars. Well, except the twenty five thousand dollars a not gonna come after you. So they're trying to so real. So real quick, my mom has no assets at all. So there's nothing to come after. But I on a house. So it's going to be so difficult because here's what they're going to have to do if they don't accept the twenty five thousand dollars. They have to sue you. There is a full trial and your insurance company has to defend you, right? Okay. So for one of thirteen thousand dollars they're going to settle for twenty five. Okay. So I wouldn't worry about it. There's there's no lawyer in the world that would pick a jury trial. Go through all of that house household for the well look at it this way, if instead of he gets a third of twenty five thousand or forty percent of twenty five thousand dollars, you add the thirteen thousand dollars to that. And that becomes what the thirty seven thousand something like that seven thousand three hundred thousand dollars of which he gets a third of. So what's the difference three thousand four thousand dollars, and is the is a lawyer going to not take twenty five dollar settlement. And go for forty percent instead of.
"twenty one million dollars" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"On ESPN radio. ESPN news donlevatar you guys ever looking dog food and say let me try that after I saw this. I've tried it. College. Stugatz. How could you be so desperate that you would eat dog food nothing else? But then don't eat. I can't imagine a situation outside of crawling across a desert or being lost in the jungle needing some sort of sustenance. Maybe a day or a bed or something? Like, maybe that. Or you're totally baked these live at our show with this two guys on ESPN radio, which do you think Stu gods would prefer more to spend two years in prison or give someone twenty one point six million dollars? But that on the poll, it's a great question. Why don't you ask him? Just ask for is in here. I come with thrive in prison. He'd be a vending machine for sex in prison will thrive in wouldn't we all? I mean, you more than most I would go to prison for two years to get twenty one million dollars. No, you wouldn't you. Don't get it. Not a. In lose it. But you don't like you're not getting paid to win. This hypothetical though, I would do that. I mean, two years of prisons forty one point six million dollars. You wouldn't do that? Are you? I think a lot of people that like, no, I think Sarah, not aware. What presidents? Oh, I don't prison. I don't think that Cristiano Renaldo would experience prison the same way as we would experience prison if you were to go there really all your experience in the prison industry allows you to explain how it is anybody would experience. No. But he'd be a God there. People wouldn't care about me or somebody renting hold onto you experience. He's real pretty exactly I'm not making fun of it. Because that's never funny. Even if you're in jail, you don't deserve to have that happen to you just saying he's real pretty that. Either makes him popular and everybody wants to hang out them. And he's famous or. But you're thinking I'd be able to schmooze my way around I would thrive because you would be the little prison rat Bernie made on everybody in your leveraging this. You're the fire festival guy of prison. You've promised this over here. And you've got this guy over here batching for you. And then two years done right twenty one. And then everyone's like what happened to that festival to promise that was going to be live put it on the poll Guillermo would make your choice two years in prison, or however, did you want phrase the question you love those fire festival movies? Did you see both of them? Are you saw the net? Flicks. One. I I haven't watched Hulu on yet. Just netflix. The Netflix one is the better one. But what did you make of that? There were a couple of stories told in there that I've never seen told on television. Well, they just released Vanity Fair had it, and I haven't ready, but they just released the actual pitch doc, like the document that has all the slides that they were using to get investors. And it's it's unfathomable how stupid some rich and connected people are that they can buy this stuff and like not see the Nazi the flaws Nazi the holes. But I think it's fascinating. How people are so angry at the attendees that they're like they deserved it. And I'm like why? 'cause they like music festivals. I mean, yeah. Like a lot of them were. Kinda D bag, but don't they deserve to get flown to an island with no water. And that's because they wanted to be a part of lame festival. Everyone likes to laugh ridge. Yeah. Of course, being sure ended on an island because you know, daddy, bottom jet. So they could land party with job leap in rule as ninety one guy that went around trashing other tents because they didn't want neighbors that guy should go to jail too. Because anyone who stuck in? Did you see that part?.
"twenty one million dollars" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"I wanna see this unusual suspects movie though. I mean I wanted to see. Thanks chase. Kevin spacey. Unfortunately, you can't have Kaiser associates. What was that that he did on Twitter the other day with let's be Franken? Then criminal charges come down on him where he was doing Kevin Spacey made some sort of video where he was in character. Nobody wants any part of their. Nope. All right. Let's go to break. Donlevatar? You guys ever looking dog food and say let me try that tried it this what I've tried it before. College. Stugatz. How could you be so desperate that you would eat dog food nothing else? But then don't eat. I can't imagine a situation outside of crawling across a desert or being lost in the jungle needing some sort of sustenance. Maybe a day or a bed or something? Like, maybe that. Or you're totally baked nail that these live at our show with this two guys on ESPN radio, which do you think to God's would prefer more to spend two years in prison or give someone twenty one point six million dollars? Put that on the poll. It's a great question. Why don't you ask him? Just ask for is in here. Right. Gum with thrive in prison. He'd be a vending machine for sex in prison will thrive in wouldn't we all? I mean, you more than most I would go to prison for two years to get twenty one million dollars. No, you wouldn't you. Don't get it. You lose it. You're not getting paid to go to prison. This hypothetical though, I would do that. I mean, two years of prisons forty one point six million dollars. You wouldn't do that? Are you John? I think a lot of people that like, no, I think Sarah, not aware what prison. Oh, I don't prison. I don't think that Cristiano Renaldo would experience prison the same way as we would experience prison if you were to go there all your experience in the prison industry allows you to explain how it is anybody would experience. No. But he'd be a God there. People wouldn't care about me or somebody. Hold on. Real pretty exactly I'm not making fun of it. Because that's never funny. Even if you're in jail, you don't deserve to have that happen to you. I'm just saying he's real pretty that. Either makes him popular and everybody wants to hang out them. And he's famous or. But you thinking I'd be able to schmooze my way around Fritz? You would thrive because you would be the little prison rat Barney made on everybody, you're leveraging this. You're the fire festival guy of prison. You've promised this over here. And you've got this guy over here vouching for you. Two years. I'm done, right. Twenty one. And then everyone's like what happened to that festival. Stu promised us that was going to be live put it on the poll. Guillermo, would you make your choice two years in prison, or however, it you wanna phrase the question you love those fire festival movies? Did you see both of them? Are you you saw the net. One. I I haven't watched the Hulu on yet just net flicks. The Netflix one is the better one. But what did you make of that? Like there were a couple of stories told in there that I've never seen told on television. Well, they just released Vanity Fair had it, and I haven't ready, but they just released the actual pitch doc like the document that has all the slides that they were using dry. Get investors at its it's unfathomable how stupid some rich and connected people are that they can buy this stuff and like not see the Nazi the flaws Nazi the holes. But I think it's fascinating. How people are so angry at the attendees that they're like they deserved it. And I'm like why because they like music festivals. I mean, yeah. Like a lot of them were. Kind of D bag, but I don't think they deserve to get flown to an island with no water. And that's because they wanted to be a part of lame festival. Everyone likes to laugh at. Yeah. Of course, being sure ended on an island because you know, daddy, bottom jet. So they could land party with job leap in rule is ninety the one guy that went around trashing other tents because they didn't want neighbors that guy should go to jail too. Because anyone who stuck in? Did you see that part?.
"twenty one million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I think he will get. The question is one hundred percent. Yeah. There's some guys that I think will vote will not potentially not vote for him because they want to keep the record intact that nobody's ever gotten a hundred percent there also. And there's so many writers and people that vote on the hall of fame. Somebody is bound to do that. No, I I understand and shoot I discussed about maybe it was before the scandal trade with the dodgers I called in and you and I discussed I stay in heart and twenty one million dollars to the dodgers and get Turner back play third base for the United States. This way, we make up the difference between. And Turner's contracts over the three years that remained for Turner. And now, I think it makes more sense 'cause they stay right field in Dodger Stadium. Right. But what bad contracts and the Yankees gonna take? Well, they already got day already got rid of camps contract. No, no, they're not gonna take any contracts back. They're to take. They're gonna send into hard to play third base. Dodgers controllable rookie. So what is your trae standing into hard for Turner? Oh, and then you sign hopper and twenty one million dollars. Exactly, gary. Thank you. That was my point. But the dodgers the dodgers actually decreased payroll with the camp trae, they're not looking to increase payroll, and they would be if they took on Stanton moving turn. And here's the thing. A second is the dodgers are going to spend money like that. They would just signed Harper themselves. No, no. But what I'm saying is is that. Twenty one million dollars to up for the difference over the next three years. I see what you're saying. And they get into to back Turner. Yeah. They to play third base and twenty one dollars to make up the difference between the reason they got rid of some of these contracts. Everybody thought at the time was to create role. Yeah. And they've and they've not even had any substantive meeting. The dodgers have so much. That I don't think this is an issue. Stanton. Play right field. So again, I go back to Gary's point why not just sign Harper Turner. He what he's saying is you're getting money from the Yankees. Plus you're switching out and hard Turner. And turn has got a lot of money stands got ten years to run. And I don't know their Harper's getting a ten year deal. That's another issue. And by the way, Harper's younger than stand and he's better than Stanton. Yeah. So why would the dodger do something like that? The answer is they wouldn't eighty eight seven seven three three seven six six six. Six Myers keeping the phones open on a fan. Look..
"twenty one million dollars" Discussed on WCPT 820
"And your bible spouting attorney general jeff sessions and i mean you know and now now they they they come out with their with their financial disclosures did you see that ivanka and jared kushner they made in the last year between eighty and two hundred and twenty one million dollars their financial disclosure now allegedly they have no ties they severed ties i mean they they they put him allegedly and turned a blind trust you know they don't have any day to day management they say that they vomited all the ethics rules if you are a member of the administration's family and you have a key position and the administration and you get patents from a country like china as vodka trump did don't tell me that and by the way there in the real estate business don't tell me that they are profiting by virtue of their family and their position in the government and and and speaking of people who profit from their position this guy's ethics violations go on and on and on sending interns to inquire i mean a about interns staff members to inquire about a used mattress from the trump hotel sending staff members for a centered lotion from the grand from the hyatt regency asking someone to inquire about a chickfila franchise for his wife now it turns out he his ask somebody to inquire about a position for his wife with they conservative organization and then he then he tries to get somebody to inquire about an intern for his daughter at the white house now he's it just goes it just goes on and on and on and on and guess what now republicans do nothing nothing now they're starting to admit that this great tax in decrease this great tax cut this great change in the tax policy will not do what they said it would do and they're going to run on that now they blown a hole in the budget and the deficit right and now now they're admitting that oh well it really won't do what we said he was going to do now you talk about people who got a great tax cut every citizen gets a tax cut you know that you're now paying about six thousand dollars more a year for gasoline there's your tax cut for the average citizen you got a one thousand dollar bonus oh now you're paying six thousand dollars more a year for for for gasoline.
"twenty one million dollars" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"The contract was terminated with only part of it done at a cost of twenty one million dollars simon john kelly says the nbc should keep more of its money to fix its computers with hewlett packard can't figure it out i don't know who figures it out but we can't spend the money for the intended purpose at the agency level then maybe we should lower some fees nbc chief administrator sioux falls and says it's about prioritization as well as funding we acknowledge the issue i think the solution is gonna be complex but we are working at it at the state house michael simon's new jersey one zero one point five news set everybody is rejoicing in the decision to end the swimsuit and evening gown competitions in the miss america pageant miss new jersey caitlyn shovel says the contestants that she's spoken to very upset taken away because they worked so hard to feed physically fit and get in shape for swimsuit and it's so rewarding to after working so hard to be on stage the organization's head says the decision was made to eliminate the swimsuit competition after hearing from contestants that they don't like being on stage in high heels and swimsuits dispute in the front yard of a home in hillsboro between a man and a seventeen year old girl revealed an inappropriate relationship between a teacher and his student when police showed up they quickly learned the teen was a student of hillsborough high school english teacher kenneth shingle they allegedly had the girl who was house for sex multiple times he is locked up this morning meanwhile there are new details about the ewing high school teacher accused of inappropriate conduct with one of her students prosecutors now say twenty five year old chelsea han kissed the seventeen year old student in class and asked in class to have sex with him she's also charged with sending salacious photos and text messages a long island man is suing cvs pharmacy after a worker told his wife about his prescription for ed and he says it ruined his marriage michael feinberg told cvs workers he didn't want the prescription to be put through his insurance the lawsuit alleges a pharmacy employee mentioned the prescription defined burg's wife in idle conversation and his marriage broke down as a result while.
"twenty one million dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I don't even know what you're laughing at now and i'm afraid to ask will you tell me off air okay major it was about my mispronunciation yes i see where you're going with that teenager started the eagle creek wildfire in oregon last year has been paid to paid to cover ordered to pay the covered the damage thirty six million dollars and change million hiking on eagle creek trail september last year when he tossed fireworks in the woods great job that is a genius genius move is fifteen a million dollars to union pacific railroad twenty one million dollars restraints get a good job florida sent a lake worth florida sent out a face of false excuse me zombie alert to residents during a power outage the palm beach post reports that the message was sent about two am on sunday and it read zombie alert for lake forest lake worth why can't i read what's happening to you macaque and then finally i'm going to do this one just to protect keep the pronunciation yes leader in western massachusetts i'm sorry this is south carolina a south carolina mom was not allowed to put a latin message on her son's graduation cake keira ordered a cake from the public's store in charleston for her son who was graduating with a gpa of four point seven gone crazy i mean can we go back to four point zero being the ceiling four point seven nine which means he graduates at the top of his class which means she wanted to write congratulations jacob zuma coom loudly class of two thousand eighteen but the people at the public's are so dumb they don't know what that means so they they would not right the coom part in suma coom loudly as a dying art so they wrote suma dash dash dash loudini class of twenty eight bleep it out congrats jacob from your dumb people who work at the public's coming up next hope you never have to work here there is a couple that's taking their son to court this is probably going to be a cautionary tale for our young blakey his shoulders he doesn't care he said he said pammy bring it on that's what he said pammy loves me i don't know but i don't think she's got love you if you're still there and for years i don't think i would love me if i was still there in four years.
"twenty one million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Paints a great twenty twenty one million dollars a year what you're paying for sunny graze the top prospects you gave up that's what you're paying for big about it senator year is probably making one around nine ten million dollars a year it's making a manageable amount of money rosenberg lembo look up these sunny great contract i believe he's under contract this year next year for the new york yankees one of the main reasons why they brought him in because it would be a lot more affordable than bringing in a guy just in berlin there and if you think about it the yankees could do a move over again they could've had just last year he was on the market i remember doing shows in the summertime talking about it velandia would have been the perfect out of bringing it to this day now you can't nail everyone you can and his performance compared to grain his performance talking about apples and oranges so rosenberg we have the contractual situation so he's under contract this year next year i'm gonna guess around nine million dollars a year and a half day go and that's why the yankees wanted to bring him in he's affordable and he was pitching high level and oakland forever the reason it is not working out here with the new york yankees and if you wanna comparison to sonny grace so far it's not a raw boo it's not preventable cause remember providers issue was he could never stay on a mouth saudi grave pitcher finish janke team is just not pitching well robbo the whole angle of coming over from japan a dour i'm sorry was just not a major league pitcher this is far more comparable to harvey vasquez and jeff weaver why because harvey vasquez trade gave up nick johnson gave up one rivera true top prospects at the time have vasquez never lived up to the belly then you work weaver we've always got very well in detroit he had his moments in saint louis and other places cook pitch with the yankees just couldn't do it is sunny great one of those guys that just can't handle the spotlight in new york something to consider set the.
"twenty one million dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"And attempts to the low sixties today yeah it's a far cry from where we were at yesterday we were in the low to mid seventies the budget sunshine but the day that thicker cloud cover wins out upper sixties and your saturday low seventy sunday so we'll work our way with some sun breaks but mainly in the afternoon for the weekend i'm seth wayne the macomer weather center partly sunny and fifty one into coma everett cloudy and fifty one and here in seattle cloudy and fifty three komo news time is nine thirty six one of the busiest stretches of interstate ninety is about to get an overhaul the huge projects starts on monday you got a lot of payment replace more than fifteen miles a crack and beat up pavement on high ninety will have to be replaced between igwe northglenn work for this twenty one million dollar project to replace the pavement starts on monday drivers can expect a single and doubling closures during the day after three lanes closed overnight some overnight ramp closure as well physical area and the fifty five miles an hour between supply control the concrete that areas forty years old and seventy three thousand vehicles a day three obvious our managed to wear out over time these replaced all summer long as we're heading out of town on those summer trips watch out for closures their reporting that's the sound we've been waiting all winter to here tomorrow is opening day of voting season in seattle featuring the thirty second annual windermere cup rowing championship knocks for rowing coach henri bionj web says this race is special seeing a different side and a different lifestyle from we have in the uk is just a i think it really good young guys racing after the windermere cup the seattle yacht club will present the annual opening day boat parade events take place all day saturday along the monthly cut meaning that montlake bridge will be closed to cars and pedestrians from nine am until three pm a catholic priest from.
"twenty one million dollars" Discussed on AP News
"The seller want to remain anonymous a former number one quietly returns to the top spot in the nation's theaters ap ben thomas has a look at the weekend box office results there's not a lot of dialogue in a quiet place but people who have seen it keep talking it up that appears good enough for john krasinski thriller to return to number one in its third weekend the numbers weren't final sunday but a quiet place earned an estimated twenty two million dollars in ticket sales just ahead of last week's number one rampage dwayne johnson's latest took in twenty one million dollars final results tallied mondays two newcomers couldn't quite compete but did schumer's i feel pretty gross domesticated sixteen point two million dollars while the crowd funded comedy sequel super troopers to scored fourth place with fourteen point seven million i'm ben thomas the biggest global auto show of the year opens this week in beijing auto china twenty eighteen showcases the country's ambitions to become a leader in electric cars man the industry's multibillion dollar scramble to roll up models that appeal to price conscious but demanding chinese drivers china's auto show is being held following beijing's decision to allow full foreign ownership of chinese automakers in a move to make the industry more flexible as it promotes electric's the ruling communist parties transformed china into the biggest market for.
"twenty one million dollars" Discussed on AP News
"Of every purchase it's a boy ap's charles de la desma tells us about the latest royal baby for the duchess of cambridge kensington palace says the duchess of cambridge kate has given birth to her third child a boy eight pounds seven ounces the palace says the child was born at eleven o one but you summertime a few hours after kate was admitted to london saint mary's hospital in labor prince william was present at the birth his son who is fifteen line to the british throne the palace says the queen the duke of edinburgh the prince of wales the duchess have cuomo prince harry and members of both families have been informed another delighted with the news charles de la desma london i'll meaning prime minister serge saw geeze ian has unexpectedly resigned in an apparent move to end massive antigovernment protests the surprise move fully ten days of protests in the capital against soggy ziems appointment as prime minister which is part of a transition to a new system that reduces the powers of the presidency and strengthens those of the prime minister song glycine served as president from two thousand date until term limits forced him out last month protest is opposing his move to prime minister on sunday reached fifty thousand in armenia's capital residents poured out onto the streets on monday to celebrate hugging and kissing along with motorists honking their horns a former number one quietly returns to the top spot in the nation's theaters repeats ben thomas has a look at the weekend box office results there's not a lot of dialogue in a quiet place but people who have seen it keep talking it up that appears good enough for john krasinski thriller to return to number one in its third weekend the numbers weren't final sunday but a quiet place earned an estimated twenty two million dollars in ticket sales just ahead of last week's number one rampage going johnson's latest took in twenty one million dollars final results are tallied mondays two newcomers couldn't quite compete but did schumer's i feel pretty gross domesticated sixteen point two million dollars while the crowd funded comedy sequel super troopers to scored fourth place with.
"twenty one million dollars" Discussed on The Ralph Report
"The world so thank you all right that's it that's those are the top five things i learned this weekend top five i learned this weekend all right let's get into the meat of the show shall we the way we do what we do by looking at all the entertainment news with little segment called the show biz beat it is a monday that means we like to take a look at the top ten movies at the box office dog about who went to see what at the futures this weekend a quiet place once again coming in at number one with twenty two million dollars this weekend rampage came in at number two starring the rock twenty one million dollars right behind it i feel pretty k mid three with sixteen point two million dollars super troopers two debuted with fourteen point seven million dollars making it number four truth or dare was fifth ready player one came in at number six blockers showed up at number seven with almost seven million dollars this weekend black panther was eighth traffic came in at number nine and i love dogs rounding at your top ten at the box office with three point four million dollars couple high profile deaths over the weekend boy this woman was a shocker viti legendary swedish dj passed the age of twenty eight years old best known probably for his hit wake me up but also just for being one of the leaders in the m world he was one of the most successful deejays on the planet could make up to a million dollars and night.
"twenty one million dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Five hundred twenty one million dollars one person one person oh i know and after taxes and they take a cut in the blah blah blah blah blah if you want a one time payment it's like it's still like three hundred and eighty million dollars i could work with that yeah wait what three three hundred seventeen really i thought we had a new tax code in whatever the new tax stealing from that they would normally take imagine all the tanning they could do in the jersey shore i know the winner in laundry the winters meadow soprano all right so the we don't know who the winner is but we do know that the luke oil station in riverdale really amirah crass as the is he saw the winning ticket and here's what he said this is life changing money and here's what we're gonna do a lot i promise by police before realizing the amount they were all going to get votes and we're going to keep to that portion of the winnings is going to be donated to a charity that is close to my heart that's thirty thousand dollars right then he got persona in the winning ticket michigan more than that yeah a lot giving away to everybody plus the journey he's giving a dollar to thirty thousand people that is not life changing money i'm here you each get one hundred dollars either a.
"twenty one million dollars" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"That have the best records among lottery teams actually have a much better chance of getting into the top three so it could even be one of those circumstances like we saw back with miami and justise winslow where they could go for it be a little bit short and then just pushed hard at the very end and actually have an have a better than a punchers chance of getting something for it you recall who they squandered the 2019 pick on it was jeff great does it was late stevenson for jeff green and that was i went ballistic on twitter because i actually looks like a great deal for the clippers at first and then it's like oh wait they're giving up a first round pick in the trade and then everything went crazy got like clint stevens and move on the clippers let's crazy to imagine he's been a quite a turnaround these last few years of but seems rebekka at home in indiana uh another guy we got to talk about here for them it is lulu he is linking up sorry got me i awkwardly pause for no reason uh lou williams making seven million in this the last year that threeyear twenty one million dollar deal that he signed with the lakers an there's some talk that they could try to extend lou uh about four years uh a little over forty billion is what the the most they could offer him in an extension of bees me thirty one obviously playing it at a fantastic level uh this season and if they're trying to win a guy they probably would wanna bring back but i think it's interesting to look at just in this analysis what things would look like for them next season we assume austin rivers will opt into his twelve million t andrei you know if he opts out what she may not rubber he has a player option that's.
"twenty one million dollars" Discussed on KELO
"A deal at one point with wells fargo to try to expand on one of their parking areas i think we could be creative and find things that are going to be more cost defective and provide the parking around the downtown as opposed to throwing all of our collateral into that area and again giddy maybe getting is excuse the terminology screwed for the part the taxpayers and the users of of the downtown area is a fair to say to both listen is there muslim to both of you you you seem to be resume really will return mode spending twenty one million dollars for economic development and by the way will get a few parking spaces rather than saying we're spending twenty one million and revealing all kinds of downtown party we're not we're not just feel as representatives absolutely because that's what we're really doing and if we're a value waiting an economic development deal rather than a parking structure what are the jobs that are created why are we using tax dollars to create jobs in the hotel and service industry do with do we need to supplement another restaurant in downtown seattle falls with a tax subsidy and that's really what we're doing we're creating why are we talking about the type of facility that it's being built no one's done an economic study of what the impact is if we build a thirty milliondollar luxury hotel office buildings complex downtown we're all smart enough were junior economists at least to get to that point in the process that we can understand that that's going to be good for our city what we don't do and we start inflating numbers of what the impact is we don't bring in an economist to say there's going to be this many jobs that are created there in the legal field because classa off a space is going to have this type of jobs we're just saying that hey if we spend the money and we invest it it will be good eddie need he can do that i mean we're we're all smart enough to know that this is going to be have ever had a positive impact on her downtown but are we spending too much to get that economic back at that that input of what we're going to do well in and also um what was i guess the things that we have to talk about in that we.
"twenty one million dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"July four that's tuesday she better get there while the getting is good rally autoparts better parts better prices every single day so people are excited about the texans future were more about the texans coming up during the nfl whip around we go over the afc south coming up at twelve forty am eastern certainly people were excited over the houston astros fifty six and twenty seven a phenomena stake in you got some of the best young players nally this was a team that back in two thousand thirteen had a payroll of what ended at around twenty one million dollars in people couldn't stand what they were doing now they're tops among all baseball teams right now he can ask ticket names that looked like they could be added up for the world series and now the houston rockets hidden chris paul getting a leader putting an along side of james harden people are thinking upset be gets the golden state warriors to talk about all that we welcome in jimmy dark reach houston chronicle at jenny dark reach on twitter she covers the houston rockets and why we've done an aboutface over the last couple of years when it comes to our outside dogs about the houston rockets jenny how did this all take place where a couple of years ago with a aronov daryl more is going to get this thing going and it just seems to be a mess in houston and now there's there's legitimacy here that this team could commit even upset golden state coming out of the west yeah that we are we gonna cry all right here after their whatever it and they'll go whether it be traded on creatine he's making the pair could he kinda bring heavy then and he landed a couple of.