34 Burst results for "Twenty One Thousand Dollars"

What you need to know about open enrollment

Clark Howard Show

05:27 min | 1 year ago

What you need to know about open enrollment

"I want to give you an update on open enrollment, which is beginning any day now for many private employers, most of us. Who have the good fortune of having health coverage suing employer are go through these open enrollment periods where? You can change your coverage potentially your deductibles. What your premiums are going to be possibly have access to an HSA plan and I wanted to tell you one thing. A lot of people were worried about earlier. This year is not going to happen, and that is there are not going to be big increases in premiums for employer provided coverage that you would do during employer-provided open enrollment or if you're buying an individual plan and most of the country, you're not going to see any large increases if you're buying a plan at healthcare dot Gov or your state equivalent website for an individual plant, the reason is the cost of providing care for Corona virus have not. Changed the math four insurers for particular crazy reason. You know how earlier this year I was telling you about people who were not going to their doctor visits and people were even having heart attacks and they were refusing to go to the emergency room. Well a lot of. Normal. medical that people would get people weren't doing and insurers actually have seen a significant benefit. From lower utilization of medical services, and that's why there's not going to be big increases and premiums except in odd situations but unlikely and employers really don't WanNa rock the boat much with their employees. For Twenty one in the open enrollments coming up. But if you are someone who has changed employers this year lost your job got another one. The new job doesn't have health coverage. You then become eligible. To buy coverage for yourself, and if you have family members, family members as well at the healthcare dot Gov site, and if your state has its own, they will refer you straight to it. And that starts next Sunday. For the open enrollment period that is six weeks long for buying an individual health plan. And on their, you'll have a choice of color coded plans. That are bronze silver, gold or, platinum. And the colors is you go up. The colors the premiums are higher the coverage more robust but I want you to know that if you don't qualify for subsidies. On the exchanges, the premiums you pay are frightening I mean they are very very large. The reason is the average cost of insurance for family. In the United States now from an employer. And it may not be what you're paying, but it's the overall cost of what you pay. The employer pays is now over twenty one, thousand dollars a year. So you by an individual policy, it reflects similarly and so the premiums are John Norma's. On the Individual Exchange though most people buy their qualify. Financially for some level of subsidy. That reduces the premiums a great deal, but even when you get past the premiums You got the deductibles that are pretty significant. If you. Wish you can buy what I a junk health insurance policy, which is one where you can buy it for a period of. A year up to renewing two more times for a total of three years that does typically does not cover pre existing. Does not cover serious illnesses typically like cancer heart disease, diabetes. But provides a base level of coverage with tight limits on total coverage. With very cheap premiums people argue about whether it's better than nothing or worse than nothing. But if the premiums at healthcare dot cover the state equivalent or out of sight, but you don't WanNa be completely uncovered. You can look at that. The other alternative is what's so is a faith based health insurance policy is not really insurance policy faith-based medical reimbursement plan. That are offered by many religious organizations are religiously affiliated organizations where people of like minded faith pool their money together. And Pay. Some not all of the medical expenses of people in the pool. The risk is if you got a couple of people with this very serious illness, the pool can run out of money, but the premiums are much much cheaper.

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The Greatest Barn Finds of All Time

Past Gas

05:50 min | 1 year ago

The Greatest Barn Finds of All Time

"Barn fines. The long lost cars with a built in mystery, we're addicted to these lost and found time capsules partly because of the story they tell about the past but also of how they feel in the president like something that time traveled into. Now with decades old potential waiting to be tapped and to be clear, these cars don't need to be found in a barn. Okay. Today are barn finds come from parking garages and Australian chicken coop and even buried underground some because. What's the rarest car ever found? What's the most valuable and how did these automotive treasures get lost in the first place? A normal person loses their car keys once in a while. But who is the person that can lose an entire car? especially one like a prototype shelby Mustang or a LAMBORGHINI MIRA s here's a hint. They're usually very rich people. We'll also get into Wi Carr fans continue to love these barn fines. Maybe an age where literally all the information in the world sits in our pocket. The idea of hidden treasure is more precious than ever before and with so many cars feeling blander and more mass produced than ever unique cars feel rare than ever to a barn find always has its own one of a kind story behind it. So I think that's a really good point I would say that like barn finds potentially like. Don't exist in the way that they used to because to me a barn find. Also. Suggest some sort of like. Deal or like you. You know what? I. Mean Like it's like, Oh, I found this car. Then I bought it for this much money whereas like now the person. Can just google it like I know I I make a living everyone in this makes a living talking about cars on the Internet, but the Internet is ruined cars everything is valuable now. Yeah. It tennis sucks I. Think it hasn't ruined the joy of driving or getting to experience like new things in that way, but I see what you're saying whereas. A lot of things are described value immediately, which I I really hate God on bring a trailer this week there is some Honda accord from the mid seventies that sold for like twenty one thousand dollars and I was like that car it's not worth that amount of money just because it's A condition four thousand dollars to a huge Honda accord. But because like there's such a hype around like Oh man this is like in this such and such condition with this miles and it's There's only so many of them like that's when money kind of ruins it in that culture of like wanting to have. A car that valuable I don't know the same thing happened though like fifteen years ago with barn find particularly mopus because those cars Warner's common back in the day. So when people found like Barracuda or Challenger sitting somewhere in a barn there like a meal like discards worth a million dollars no rusty piece of. and. It's only worth a million dollars if it was original parts matching everything. But because you found some shell behind your uncle's place, it doesn't mean Jack it's. Clearly. Look I'm a I'm a bitter Mo- par, Guy. It's been the the the. Been in completely over inflated, which is why I had to buy an imperial instead of like a real muscle car. Of. This attitude that everything has to be some crazy valuable car for to be cool which is not true. Your car is really cool knowing don't feel bad about but Joe, I know I don't know any sometimes Nolan's car. No one's cars parked at my house sometimes I go and sit in it I I. I'm glad. It's fun. It's like I said Mitt I think like when the Sun's going down. Unlike man, this thing is going to be cool when it runs, we'll be it's it's I ordered a bunch of brake parts which have arrived James outs There might be some more boxes on the way, but I'm GONNA refresh the brake system, and after that, the big hurdle becomes getting the car to run and that's when I can find out what else needs to be fixed. So. is it are you converting from drum brakes disc? No, it's. It's got drum brakes around. So I ordered a bunch of drum brake. Specific stuff like. Brake shoes and wheel cylinders. Brake lines return springs all this stuff I also live on the top of a gigantic hill. It's to be a real trial by fire situation. We're going to go around your little neighborhood there first before we do anything drastic. This is like a seventeen thousand pound rockets. Zooming down. Well, we know that we know the break works. So let's get right into. Finally. With what might be the OG OF BARN FINES? All right. This car probably has the record for the longest time hidden away it spent. Okay. You guys ready for this. One hundred and twelve years sitting in a shed in Austria before being uncovered in two thousand fourteen. Wow. The car I'm talking about is the Porsche p one also known as the Edgar Lunar Electric Vehicle, and even calling a car might be a bit of a stretch, Armstrong whatever you WanNa call though what's not up for debate is that the P. One is the world's first ever Porsche designed by then twenty three year old Ferdinand Porsche Ferdinand even employees the nineteenth century version of a watermark actually hand carving P. One into every individual component of the car. So like you mentioned, this is parts numbers matching Baoji are all original equipment the

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"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"The solutions are welcome welcome and you guys are here to do a debt free scream yes Sir where do you live not hotels E. co all welcome to Nashville and all the way over here how much did you pay off sixteen thousand love it and how long did it take about sixteen thousand thirteen months good for you and your range of income during that time it was twenty one time twenty one thousand dollars and you pay it off over a thousand dollars a month pretty much yes yeah that's like beans and rice yep for sure okay all right what do you guys do for a living I teach singing lessons piano lessons and I hope in a small book binding shop right now and I'm a IT professional and I also am a record producer okay and so your income currently between all of that is twenty one thousand dollars now it's double that and more oh okay yeah okay good the third so how old are you too I'm twenty eight thirty and how long you been married almost seven years I let her answer that a good man all right so what happened thirteen months ago that let your fuse and said Hey the weekend is for stuff get our income up we got to do some stuff and get this debt paid off marriage is hired to do more with our lives than just worked to death we both spent most of her college career working two or three jobs just to pay off private school while we were in school so yeah so but what was the event thirteen months ago I mean I get the general discussed with I don't care something happened where day one yeah you went no not anymore right we actually paid off her debt a few years ago so it wasn't just thirteen months ago and then since then we've just really stuck with that plan of not being in debt we total car a few months ago and we were able to pay cash for a new brand new car because we had an emergency fund and a ton of savings left because I've just stuck with that plan of not going into that for anything we pay cash for everything and it's just been awesome we're able to go on vacations because of it and just live in a nice very very nice yeah so how long ago did you.

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An Interview with Jim Host, Author of 'Changing the Game'

The Paul Finebaum Show

11:22 min | 1 year ago

An Interview with Jim Host, Author of 'Changing the Game'

"About to introduce Jim Jim host to the audience who book changing the game. And I don't know if the gym host even remembers but When I was a newspaper reporter I thought of a great idea for a profile of talking about one of the great entrepreneurs in the SEC. Someone who created the Kentucky Broadcast Network and then moved onto the AA. But for whatever reason Jim Oh just did not like Google doing interviews back then and I never even asked him why because it's irrelevant but thank you. Thank you very much Jim for for joining us. And congratulations on the book. Paul thank you very much before we start. I want to say that You meant so much to Mike slide. And he was like a close friend of mine and we had several conversations. But you and job. You did the eulogy at his. Fennel is something. I'll never forget so. I just wanted to make sure that I got that cost. Jim Thank you. Thank you very much For saying that I remember talking to you at the graveside and I know how much you meant to commissioner slot as well well thank you for that and let let me let me start at the beginning for those. Who Don't know your fister who haven't had a chance to read your book you. You're a baseball player. Uk and then you went onto a minor league ball. And I'm sure you've wondered what would have happened. Had you matriculated to the big leagues and had a different career. Well I got one of the first to pull baseball. Scholarships every given at UK. And I'm the first person I've got sixty one first cousins and I'm the first one on either side of my family ever to go to college and I would have never gotten the college that had been for the athletic scholarship at UK and as it was all of that by major radio and television journalism and the rest of its history so there is an example of somebody. You've got a college scholarship who Because he blew his arm out and pro. Baseball couldn't continue on it for baseball. Was able then to build a business based on my college education. I'll be forever grateful to University of Kentucky for allowing me to play there as you moved on from from your baseball career You dabbled in a number of things From the political arena to to business I think all of us would be fascinated by how you ended up moving in into the the genre that now you get so much credit for And been given credit by by leaders in the field as one of the if not. We'll forget one of the innovator when it comes to sports marketing well if I was I got the radio rights by asking the question that final four MC. One goal the final four. This one. That's basketball championship in. Nineteen seventy five in San Diego. I was on the floor Uk It got to the finals. And I was doing the UK broadcast with Kayla Leopard Packer and As a result Bias the question. How much bitch will paying for the radio rights and Tom Johnston? They came with round the foreign. They said three thousand dollars. I said well how much you getting? All the rights for people like me and they said twenty one thousand dollars plus Nice of. I'll tell you what I'll give you thirty thousand dollars. I'll take over the administration and I'll do a whole lot better job and that's how I got started just as asking the question at at that point. Nobody really wanted to radio. And then as I started to try to sell the radio I'm standing in front of of the press table and nineteen seventy seven that the championship in in Atlanta One Alma. Choirs last game and One of one of the members of the committee was complaining about how bad the final four the championship program book. Because those years the program was produced by the arena and I stepped around I said. Would you guys like we do that? And they said well you're doing a great job with radio network out one or two do that That's how I started doing programs and and then I had one problem. I really couldn't sell it very well. Because I had no national distribution as it related to sales people so I have spent time with proctor and gamble and learned that that They they had a Cava issue having to do with how they got their packages sold at supermarkets. I'm sorry I came up with a scroll down which turned out to be pretty good about. Why don't we see if we can't Put a MCA championship on So Fox's and on bar soaps and so on and see if we can't create some revenue and that basis and I went to wall virus and made the suggestion. It took them two years to agree that it might make some sense and that's kind of how it started and I love the chapter in the book. When when you're dealing with Walter Byers who was a legendary figure but based on I never met him but based on what I've read he wasn't always the easiest person to make a point across to Paul He. I've been in the Oval Office of every presence that's Nixon. A Nineteen Sixty. I live never been at all of anybody in my life other than Walter. Byers he was the smartest single individual I was ever around He would meet with you one on one he knew more about Your Business and then you did. He had his homework done. He never had a piece of paper in front of them and He and I learned a great deal problem. So that's my analysis of you did so many other things and I know I don't WanNa diminish the body of work but when I read about your involvement in the building of Arena definitely got my attention because it's a building that's been there more than forty years. It's still one of the Meccas of college basketball. How how did how did that? Come about well One of my first the first of all I ran for governor state and got my buddy thank God and And I was going to do it the right way so I wouldn't take any campaign. Contributions I spent all the money I made in the sixties and the real estate and insurance business and Came out of the campaign. Had One hundred seven dollars in my pocket. Looks Seventy six thousand eight hundred eighty seven dollars the campaign? That didn't happen. The income could put my real estate and insurance businesses back together so The mayor and the county judge came to they said We'd like you to be the first executive director the lesson I eventually commission and I said how much does it pay? They said eighteen thousand dollars a year. And I said I'll tell you what you can hire them a company I get to do other things and And the first meeting we add. They said we're gonNA tell you why we are hired you there's a There's a good much tracks through downtown. We've taken they've been taken offline urban renewal and we've got in-kind contribution of twenty percent that if we don't build a civic center on the west end of Bovine Street We've got to pay three million dollars back in the city that have that kind of money so you got to build civic center in the arena. So that's how that got started I wanted stop for just a second and talk about How you've done And maybe some some basic tennis. We talked to a young person our staff who who talked about growing when he went to University of Georgia recently. Everyone wants to go into sports. Marketing. And and that's not really what I want to ask you about to Jim because you wrote in the book about some very basic tenants Simple things that we probably should learn at an early age that that you had certain I would say rules for yourself and for your employees that were as simple as this kind of things we heard as a kid but I wish he would explain and share those with all of us to rules of business one is you do not misrepresent. Lie about anything if you do. You're fired and number two. You do not Take five cents from the expense account. If you do your part everybody that came into business. Understood it and violated. I immediately called him in and fired him They didn't get a second chance. If somebody had a drug problem and I'll call problem. I gave a second chance. I paid for the Rehabilitation GonNa back and in the second chance of the violate that that they were those who are rules and business. I also said that In any guy. I never got sued by any school by any conference by the. Mcaa TAB for one. Reason is that I believe that it's either black or white if it's black that's in their favor of its whites in my favorite. It's great and their favorite and that was on the way. That's the way a random business before you go and I would strongly encourage any any young person who's thinking about getting into this business to read gyms book but but I I would like to ask you about some of the big issues that we're facing today certainly They are countless. But but the one that's front and center is the the name image likeness Situation I know having been an athlete having been involved in sports marketing and the industry at the front a at the front row for so long. What are your thoughts on today? And where we go from here in intercollegiate athletics. I wrote my epilogue at the end of the book that I fully believe that time has come when student athletes need to be compensated for the likeness and people think that this has to do with Just basketball football. It doesn't They've we've we've had some unbelievable track athletes at UK One of whom has gone under set world records Young Woman has gone on set world records. We take great tennis players here We've had other individuals who have done well and they would. They would benefit from this as well. So Mike my contention is that they need to be compensated It needs to be done. Under the under the scope of the university because it media right holder at this point as revenue coming from corporate sponsors. So the way to do it. I believe is to Get The individual Have the university Media Group represents individual have the flow through them have the bunny then put into a separate account and they once the individual graduates or leaves the university the individual gets the money Jim Hosts the name of the book changing the Game Career in collegiate sports marketing. John I cannot thank you enough all the best on the book and it has been all of our pleasure to be able to share with you with our audience. You're you're great knowledge and history. Thank you so much I wanNA make one other point The other they call the fuck Dr Eric. Moyen Is a professor at the University of Talk Miss Up Mississippi State and he's done unbelievably great job. Thank you certainly Dr More in. We appreciate that as well. Jim Hope to see you very soon. Thanks for coming

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Maine too close to call as Sanders, Biden duel

Orlando's Morning News

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Maine too close to call as Sanders, Biden duel

"Vice president Joe Biden's campaign gets a jolt of momentum as he in Vermont senator Bernie Sanders are the big winners in super Tuesday primaries it's really coming down to a two person race does bite scores wins it nine states including a big one Texas then this comes out on top in four states including California with its four hundred and fifteen delegates Maine is still too close to call as Biden and Bernie are neck and neck his reporter Alex stone he starts our team coverage less than two weeks ago after his big loss in Nevada there was talk about would Joe Biden and his campaign now his team saying super Tuesday shows he's strong Byton celebrating his wins Tuesday night hi what about those losers senator Elizabeth Warren says she's pressing on after not winning a single state she even came in third in her home state of Massachusetts and billionaire Mike Bloomberg is learning an important lesson after his dismal showing money can't buy everything reporter mark rental art Bloomberg spending this campaign has been unprecedented but on Tuesday night he watch states where he spent tens of millions of dollars go to rival Joe Biden who spend far less in North Carolina Biden spent three hundred and twenty one thousand dollars on ads Bloomberg more than seventeen million in Minnesota but I did spend just six thousand dollars dollars while while Bloomberg Bloomberg dropped dropped more more than than twelve twelve million million six six states states are are next next to to vote vote on on March March tenth tenth with with another another democratic democratic debate debate five five days days later later Florida's Florida's gonna gonna hold hold its its primary primary on March

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Hospital Bills Can Have an Impact on Your Health

Second Opinion

03:30 min | 1 year ago

Hospital Bills Can Have an Impact on Your Health

"Friend recently took her sick dog to the vet with stomach pains the doctor examined. The dog did some tests determined. That surgery was necessary. The doctor told her the costs after all is said and done would be about six thousand dollars but without surgery her dog would die. It was her beloved dog so she reluctantly agreed to go ahead with the surgery and decided that she'd worry about the money later. We'll things were a little bit more complicated in. The dog spent over a week in the hospital when she went to pick up the pooch she was handed a bill for twenty one thousand dollars. She agreed to pay six thousand and that was scary now. She had a bill. That was more than three times. The estimate. This is outrageous. I don't know if the cost is outrageous of it seems pretty high for basic surgery but expecting a bill for one figure and getting one that is three times higher seems criminal. I wish I could say that. This was a problem only in the Veterinary World. But it is not certainly far. Fewer people have health insurance for their animals then have health insurance for themselves but hospitals are notorious for billing practices that place people in the poor house leader bankruptcies or cause enormous emotional and financial stress. A sick person who visits the hospital expects good high quality care delivered in a compassionate manner when they are sick and are being admitted to a hospital. They are not concerned with affordability. In fact they may not even realize that prices for the exact same procedure say hip replacement or an appendectomy or an. Mri vary from one hospital to the next and often not by a small amount when the bill comes there is often the same sort of sticker shock when the person can't pay the hospitals that portray themselves as the pillars of our community as institutions. That really care about our health and are doing cutting edge research to get US healthier. What do they do? They sue people for not paying their bills. Wealth alone foundation points out. That hospitals are rated regionally and nationally but these rankings often have nothing to do with poems. What is a plume? We made up that term but a pompeo AM is patient oriented outcomes that matter. Why can't we rank hospitals on their successful medical outcomes how often they're surgeries get infected or how many people are victims of medical errors or how often hospitals supicions and while we're at it why not provide patients prices that allow us to compare each hospital for say elective procedures with a national average high quality? Clinical Care and financial costs can both severely impact stations patients deserve information and these sorts of comparisons will allow for competition between hospitals. That we'll both drive prices lower and increase the quality of

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"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A lot of these are very local which are the ones that as we said a you need a lot of them have marketing budgets and so it's really word of mouth and just understanding what they do animal care leagues in Oak Park they are at twenty one thousand dollars a trying to hit thirty thousand by three o'clock today so they have a donor matching all donations by three o'clock dollar for dollar so that's a nice place if you that's where you want to give to check that out thank you for to the seven seven three of color there who are the you got texter there who let us know about that alright let's turn to do trending topics right now with a couple things that are going on here in the world that you need to know about and one of them is baby Yoda all my god I love baby are you still see so cute and I you start my my daughter started watching the Mandalorian which is what a series yeah it's I was the nominal yet so it's a it's it's a Star Wars story it's kind of based shortly after the end our fall so the original series episode four five and six this is separate from the new movie that's coming yes this is a new movie that's the last of the original Star Wars saga this is totally separate is the is a Disney plus thing isn't right so Disney plus obviously coming out wanted to make sure that they had a pretty solid show that would be different and something new for people to watch and I think they did a really good job in picking something Star Wars related and just how they've structure the show it's very good I visually it's really appealing in the story line is interesting and we think the baby out let's let's I think we have a clip of something from the Mandalorians let's let's listen to this is part of the part of what they that that kind of put out as a promo for the series somewhat peaceful it is good to restore the natural order of things don't.

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"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Called option now the very valuable so I was a math major in that is you know I then became I got an MBA and I was a finance major so you can do anything with a math major but in terms of humanities like a lot of people think that if you major in you know that people pick on gender studies anthropology or stuff like that that you're just looking now shut out of the work force I mean you can get other jobs there's just not a lot of jobs in gender studies you know what I mean there's not a lot of jobs you know in these other disciplines so you know you can get if you that's what you want to study I mean the guy that I worked with that lever brothers who's a legendary trader is he was a history major right and there's humanities majors out there who are very financially successful I think people kind of get stuck in that my major is my career path which they could be two totally separate things the major the major does not matter if you're smart and motivated and there's you know one of the most one of the wealthiest most successful analysts that work the lien brothers her I can't remember name she worked in the high yield shoes in high yield research she was an art major in college she was an art major so anything is possible before the kid goes to school you should have a conversation about what they want to major in what they want to do in life because the return on investment can be really bad we have to talk about this private schools versus state schools and you know you know what we've actually we talked about this last night we talked about the idea of a name brand school on how if you get into Harvard you should go to Harvard it doesn't matter how much it costs to begin in the Stanford you should go to go to Stanford doesn't matter how much it costs because the name brand is that powerful in the network is that powerful but if you're on a budget then you have to go to a state school and make do with what you have there honors programs at state schools there was a point in time in which I was contemplating going to university Connecticut in the honors program would have been what I've done but it's superior to go to a name brand school I will say that yeah but even if you go to a state schools twenty one thousand dollars a year that's eighty four thousand dollars you could potentially happen that that's sorta manageable but it's still a lot you have to think on return investment you know it's funny one thing that I would like to have majored in his philosophy and I think once he is hugely important depending on how it's taught and who is teaching and so yeah I mean basically there's degrees out there that are luxury degrees right you go there because your family has money you can major in whatever you want it doesn't really matter what kind of job you have these are what's called luxury degrees and I think what happens is that students were less apple winds end up majoring in these luxury degrees and then it's just.

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Jets' Adams calls NFL 'a damn joke' for fining him

SportsCenter All Night

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Jets' Adams calls NFL 'a damn joke' for fining him

"Adams says been hit with a fine of more than twenty one thousand dollars for that hit on Baker Mayfield Wednesday evening he took to social media with less than flattering things to say about the NFL he posted a video of the play and said quote this league is a damn joke and signed up to play football not too in touch well. I don't give a damn about these soft rules protecting quarterback some gonna play my brand of football every time I step on the field. Jamal Adams. not really wanted been heavily penalized or find in his career one previous fight of about nine thousand dollars for taunting couple of years ago in twenty eighteen he was penalized twice. for a total of twelve

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"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Could be billed for two or even three you know a bicycle built for two Denver just spent two hundred twenty one thousand dollars on a a nifty electric sweet sweeper S. specifically designed for cleaning narrow bike lanes protected by barriers with no snow that future purchases to come well love the die you can see the direction this is taking and we've motorists must be painfully inconvenienced in order to make room for this cultural shift and all of this is based on our need to save the world by having more people commute by bicycle that is one thing if you're riding your bike out in the suburbs kids can take their bicycles the school if they're in the suburbs but I mean really would you let your kid ride a bicycle to school during rush hour traffic in Denver it's not a matter of motorists to hate Bicyclus is just a matter of bicyclists doing an unwise thing in a situation that wasn't created for bicyclists all right Susan what can surf pedal in here and tell us which have things you so much to like bicycling on a bike trail by the way our numbers three oh three seven one three eighty five eighty five I'll be happy to take your calls on motors verses bicycles when we come back and usually the motorist wins as their issue there divers being urged to raise the age for buying tobacco products from eighteen to twenty one and vaping is what is at issue right here three thirty K. we newsradio eight fifty AM in ninety four one FM tomorrow on Colorado's morning news a trade war with China averted for now is the U. S. delays tariffs will look at the pocketbook and political impact of that news and what more can Denver due to keep scooter rider safe join us starting at five and came away newsradio back to school means backpack buses yeah and backup center streets away keeps me away.

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"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

09:39 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on WTVN

"Year ago city leaders identified some of the city's most violent neighborhoods the hail check always to target who needs a small grants under Baltimore's violence reduction initiative she's just last week with mayor Pierre was she toured in east Baltimore neighborhood this this whole towards violence reduction initiative is about to three communities of the cornerstones that contribute to crime my god you can smell the block dilapidated buildings help to hide the addiction it's crippled this community all right and that is the black mayor at the time about a year and a half ago Catherine Pugh doing a chore look at all the rats can you smell those dead animals what the hell is different from that then what trump said one was said by a black failing Democrat mayor who's left office in disgrace the other one by the present United States trump tells why'd you come and clean up your district disgusting rotten road infested Catherine here the mayor said exactly the same thing dilapidated buildings hundreds of them rats and mice and fleas all over the place Hey you're not referring to African Americans are locked into the system created by the Democrats later on I might have went on route on there was a study done of African Americans in New York City who let the public school system in New York City and what right full loving parent given a choice whatever send their kids to New York City city public school what several hundred were taken out of the public school system under so called voucher program the feds and put it with Catholic schools with some nuns and other religious teachers the testing of the black kids and the Catholic schools or the same as the testing of the white kids and the Catholic school's black kids are locked in these failing public schools by the Democrats who will not give vouchers allowing the parents to take the kid out into a functional environment they want to keep African Americans locked in failing schools which is why they hate the voucher program it's not about race it's about the behavior of the Democratic Party and the behavior of mom or dad who put their child in that circumstance and doesn't remedy it by either leaving or demanding the Democrats provide a voucher system so a loving mom or dad has an option of taking the black kid into a functional environment that's all the trumpeter was saying and the trump stern said nothing different than the African American liberal failing mayor of Baltimore she's talked about riding causes and rats and dilapidated buildings precisely what trump said well one catches hail and the other one is held up as a hero and I what is this Maxine waters Bobby rush in Chicago our larger comes what have they done the three of them have been in office collectively more than a hundred years what have they done to assess the average black folks and living a better life and their congressional districts are the schools now better as crime way down in south side of Chicago is job creation everywhere is there now family formation going on is a quality of life quite high is church attendance bursting at the seams I've read study after study after independent study that indicates the worst place for an African American to be is in a congressional black district it's terrible it's terrible and so when something is done to try to assisted throwing more money at it it even feels worse than that in fact Forbes magazine and has a list of the one hundred one in fifty cities in America and the bottom ten for the worst run cities in the country also the list of the worst run states in America here are the last seven or eight and see which political party do any delays in my prayers are saving for good this out okay I'm gonna give you the city's saving you know what all parties in charge number one forty two the worst run at the bottom of the list is Chicago he says Republicans no it's Democrat next below them is the city of Cleveland Democrats the city of flint Michigan is number one forty five Democrat how about Oakland number one forty six how about Detroit number one forty seven how about New York City one forty eight about San Francisco one forty nine and bringing up the rear the best funded city in America as Washington DC everyone run by the Democratic Party then they did a study of the worst states run in this country the last four are bottom of the list New Jersey Illinois Rhode Island and California all those cities and states are run by one party and there's no chance for which for weeks months years or decades for the Republicans to make any headway whatsoever in those cities and those states it's impossible can't do it so what is it what is it that keeps the media from reporting on the failure of democratic policies and all these areas believing that throwing money at the problem will solve it Washington DC public schools each kid receives about twenty one thousand dollars a year and government money to run the school system they they according to statistics and facts the average graduate from high school in Washington DC rates of the eighth grade level and have to not even get to the twelfth grade it's absolute meltdown so when trump points out that in the cases of Maxine waters Bobby rush a large is a larger Commons John Lewis in Atlanta billions of dollars have been spent thinking money will solve the difficulty of bringing black kids up to the level of so called white kids and Asian kids follow a white kids test inferior Asian kids none the less we have demonstrated now that money is not the solution to the problem I like to know what has the the civil rights hero John Lewis or a larger Commons or Bobby rush your Maxine waters down in there and they're decades in office term proved a lot of average black folks live in their community it's objectively you can't find anything what any parent and Baltimore send your child to a Baltimore city school if given a choice the answer would be no by any objective indicator it's a bad place to be and when trump use disgusting rat and Roach infested he took up from a black conservative report on fox news and also from these other stories written by the Baltimore sun beginning in twenty sixteen a rat infested areas of Baltimore now the Baltimore sun and a real cute editorial today saying that quote better to have a few rats then to be one referring to the president the Baltimore sun here before is a great newspaper they reported for years and decades of the failure of the Democrats in city government the conditions of the public schools that are dilapidated all the buildings out earn needing his state of repair and the failure of Democrats to solve crime difficulties and I up left the educational achievement of kids not prepared for jobs Baltimore sun's done all that the reason they attack trump is because there are democratic newspaper their readers are Democrats their advertisers are Democrats they have to be seen in that community as being in the front of criticizing trump well what did trump say different then mayor Catherine Pugh the answer is nothing it's the same same criticism nothing different than than not Walter Williams right column after column about Philadelphia schools how they were once functional now they're completely dysfunctional not because none of money is being spent their dysfunctional because of the culture and the culture is the front door of civilization you can't outlaw music you can outlaw all single you can't outlaw fornication without the consent of marriage you can't outlaw certain aspects of life it is the front door of culture and so if you have an area that the government and sound advice is a lack of family formation if you have a government that does not give vouchers to let the parents of failing black kids in schools to come out going to a Catholic school if there's no family formation going on of crime is rampant there's no jobs being created I want to know where is the bountiful congressional black district in this country doing great in the area of schools in crime and job creation family formation quality alive church attendance I want to know where is it or if I missed it and if so I want CNN to report because they will not run the tapes of mayor cancer and few and senator Bernie Sanders saying the same things that trump is set in fact many liberals have said the same things about rat infested invested areas of their city stories are done about it there's nothing new here at all except more fake outrage by the mainstream media let's continue with your reaction plus more did you watch some of the Sunday shows today Avalon becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven bill coming in the great American live with you every Sunday night radio six ten WTVN.

Baltimore Pierre twenty one thousand dollars hundred years
"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

09:27 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Year ago city leaders identified some of the city's most violent neighborhoods the hail check on to target who needs a small grants under Baltimore's violence reduction initiative she's just last week with mayor Pierre was she toured in east Baltimore neighborhood this this whole towards violence reduction initiative is about taking steps to read communities of the cornerstones that contribute to crime my god you can smell the block dilapidated buildings help to hide the addiction it's crippled this community all right and that is the black mayor at the time about a year and after Catherine Pugh doing a chore look at all the rats can you smell those dead animals what the hell is different from that then what trump said one was said by a black failing Democrat mayor who's left office in disgrace the other one by the president I'd states trump tells why'd you come and clean up your district disgusting rotten road in faster Catherine here the mayor said exactly the same thing dilapidated buildings hundreds of them rats and mice and fleas all over the place Hey you're not referring to African Americans are locked into the system created by the Democrats later on I might have went on route on there was a study done of African Americans in New York City who let the public school system in New York City and what right full loving parent given a choice whatever send their kids to New York City city public school what several hundred were taken out of the public school system under so called voucher program of the fads and put it with Catholic schools with some nuns and other religious teachers the testing of the black kids and the Catholic schools or the same as the testing of the white kids and the Catholic school's black kids are locked in these failing public schools by the Democrats who will not give vouchers allowing the parents to take the kid out into a functional environment they want to keep African Americans locked in failing schools which is why they hate the voucher program it's not about race it's about the behavior of the Democratic Party and the behavior of mom or dad who put their child in that circumstance and doesn't remedy it by either leaving or demanding the Democrats provide about your system so a loving mom or dad has an option of taking the black kid into a functional environment that's all the trumpeter was saying and the trump surge said nothing different than the African American liberal failing mayor of Baltimore she's talked about rotting carcasses and rats and dilapidated buildings precisely what trump said well one catches hail and the other one is held up as a hero and I what is this Maxine waters Bobby rush in Chicago our larger comes what have they done the three of them have been in office collectively more than a hundred years what have they done to assess the average black folks and living a better life and their congressional districts are the schools now better is crime way down in south side of Chicago is job creation everywhere is there now family formation going on is a quality of life quite high is church attendance bursting at the seams I've read study after study after independent study that indicates the worst place for an African American to be is in a congressional black district it's terrible it's terrible and so when something is done to try to assisted throwing more money at it it even feels worse than that in fact Forbes magazine and has a list of the one hundred one in fifty cities in America and the bottom ten for the worst run cities in the country also the list of the worst run states in America here are the last seven or eight and see which political party do any delays in my freezer saving for going to sell okay I'm gonna give you the city's saving you know what or parties in charge number one forty two the worst run at the bottom of the list is Chicago he says Republicans no it's Democrat next below them is the city of Cleveland Democrat the city of flint Michigan is number one forty five Democrat how about Oakland number one forty six how about Detroit number one forty seven how about New York City one forty eight about San Francisco one forty nine and bringing up the rear the best funded city in America as Washington DC everyone run by the Democratic Party then they did a study of the worst states run in this country the last four are bottom of the list New Jersey Illinois Rhode Island and California all those cities and states are run by one party and there's no chance for which for weeks months years or decades for the Republicans to make any headway whatsoever in those cities and those states it's impossible can't do it so what is it what is it that keeps the media from reporting on the failure of democratic policies and all these areas believing that throwing money at the problem will solve it Washington DC public schools each kid receives about twenty one thousand dollars a year and government money to run the school system they they according to statistics and facts the average graduate from high school in Washington DC rates of the eighth grade level and have to not even get to the twelfth grade it's absolute meltdown so when trump points out that in the cases of Maxine waters Bobby rush a large is a larger Commons John Lewis in Atlanta billions of dollars have been spent thinking money will solve the difficulty I'll bring in black kids up to the level of so called white kids in Asian kids follow a white kids test inferior Asian kids none the less we have demonstrated now that money is not the solution to the problem I like to know what has the civil rights hero John Lewis or a larger Commons or Bobby rush your Maxine waters down in there and they're decades in office term proved a lot of average black folks who live in their community it's objectively you can't find anything what any parent and Baltimore send your child to a Baltimore city school if given a choice the answer would be no by any objective indicator it's a bad place to be and when trump use disgusting rat and Roach infested he took a from a black conservative report on fox news and also from these other stories written by the Baltimore sun beginning in twenty sixteen a rat infested areas of Baltimore now the Baltimore sun add a real cute editorial today saying that quote better to have a few rats then to be one referring to the president the Baltimore sun here before is a great newspaper they reported for years and decades of the failure of the Democrats in city government the conditions of the public schools that are dilapidated all the buildings out earn needing his state of repair and the failure of Democrats to solve crime difficulties and I up left the educational achievement of kids not prepared for jobs Baltimore sons Donald the reason they attack trump is because there are democratic newspaper their readers are Democrats their advertisers are Democrats they have to be seen in that community as being in the front of criticizing truck well what did trump say different then mayor Catherine Pugh the answer is nothing it's the same same criticism nothing different than than not Walter Williams right column after column about Philadelphia schools how they were once functional now they're completely dysfunctional not because none of money is being spent their dysfunctional because of the culture and the culture is the front door of civilization you can't outlaw music you can outlaw all single you can't outlaw fornication without the consent of marriage you can't outlaw certain aspects of life it is the front door of culture and so if you have an area that the government incentivize is a lack of family formation if you have a government that does not give vouchers to let the parents of failing black kids in schools to come out going to a Catholic school if there's no family formation going on of crime is rampant there's no jobs being created I want to know where is the bountiful congressional black district in this country doing great in the area of schools in crime and job creation family formation quality alive church attendance I want to know where is it or have I missed it and if so I want CNN to report because they will not run the tapes of mayor cancer and few and senator Bernie Sanders saying the same things that trump is set in fact many liberals have said the same things about rat infested infested areas of their city stories are done about it there's nothing new here at all except more fake outrage by the mainstream media continue their reaction plus more did you watch some of the Sunday shows today Avalon becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven bill coming in the great American live with you every Sunday night.

Baltimore Pierre twenty one thousand dollars hundred years
"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM

"It's not over the moon has their doctor and well Greg Brooks thank you very much I am thank go when you go back thank everybody in the management team and all your employees for all the great work you do and let's make sure that people call eight eight eight seven five zero twenty seven seventy two because Walton gas is going to match every dollar that is pledged for this hour up to twenty one thousand dollars thank you very much take our money please take money let's do it great I appreciate it do you have I know that we want to set up here we have a very very special moment we should probably get right to that right now is is is is is is she here eastern I'm sorry east east is gonna be here in just a minute yeah okay he just got a little little sick okay all right this minute what is a beautiful thing what we hope will happen here you know here at children's healthcare of Atlanta and you hear that the the child gets sick obviously because you have to go through chemo and imagine that six years old I mean I know I know way too many adults in my life I've had to go through chemo and I know what that does to the body and if you could imagine being six years old and and having to go through that but the good news for Easton and something I'm hoping that we can celebrate in a few minutes is that this this is scheduled to be Easton's last day and his his last treatment and when that happens the child every child that happens to hear rings the bell and everybody gathers around family members are here and we're hoping that if if Easton feels up to it in the next hour or so that we can we can ring the bell right here with his family and our WSB family and and you listening and at all happens because you call eight eight eight seven five zero two seven seven two like it's very real you know when you have when you know that aghast his is responding to their treatment and needs a little more time and that's why we're we're here and that's why we keep appealing to you and that's what we've done such great work already so close to a million dollars that I would love to do I you know I'm an ego maniac and I would love to go over a million dollars this year while the von Hesler doctrine is is on the air and I know that we can do that I know that the audience is going to come through and it's not about letting me down is not about leading it's not that let you so it's about knowing that it's the right thing to do for the children eight eight eight seven five zero two seven seven two so we do couple things have been requested Jerry yes yes I think we've got as we've got a couple of honor mentions that yes I would like us to read off we also can go through some of the incentive items and also I think that you since mom and dad might come in here absolutely not speak for him he's he's not feeling too well feeling well but you know you when you respond is it can somebody Alex is it is a chemotherapy yes so he's six years old Alice's this schedule to be his last chemo session which is louder have.

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Joey Fatone, Tennis And Executive discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Joey Fatone, Tennis And Executive discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"Tone has a gross income of about thirty eight thousand dollars a month. That four taxes. So after taxes, it's God probably twenty thousand a month. He's spending twenty one thousand dollars. That's when I mean, they want to make it seem like he doesn't have any money so he can't give him. See there's a whole game go. There's a tennis match happening right now. That's why I was so surprised. Well, then it goes on this really sir, you just basically blew my mind because you executive, the explain what's happening, then it says he claims to have just twenty thousand dollars in the Bank and one point three million in stocks and retirement, a might yes, exactly. That was my thought all the Joey Fatone and I know my, my God. What is he blown his money on? I know where did it go? It's expensive being famous. Tell me about it really is. You gotta keep up with a lot of other famous people

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"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Finds the Brassica stands to lose about twenty one thousand dollars for every person missed the twenty twenty count, it our air ticket off reports northwest credit unions, 'Red, giving high school students taste of what you might call real world budgeting about thirteen hundred. Oregon students attended financial reality. Fair sponsored by local credit unions across the state this year, providing young people, a crash course, in managing money responsibly once they're in charge of their own finances. The exercise takes place on an app called bite of reality that randomly assigns students careers starting salaries and other characteristics, such as student debt at the fares volunteers, try to sell them on expenses that might be outside their meets Brooke van bleed is head of inroads credit union in Saint Helen's. At the end of the fair, they hit a button on the app, and it tells them, whether or not Dave been able to make decisions to live within their means. Or if they need to go back and change their decisions based on the income that they have available to them students get to decide on everything from housing and transportation to clothing and travel, and are tasked with balancing their budget by the end of the fair grants from the northwest credit union foundation made forty events at twenty one schools across the northwest possible this year. The butt of reality also throw students curb balls, including unexpected cost of fixing a car the ideas, too high. Highlight the importance of thinking ahead and saving for lice unanticipated expenses last week, memorial vigils held across the state and off Carolina, that's to other people who've suffered or died because they lacked health insurance Creston, resident Richard hor de ski says, up until last year, he hadn't seen a doctor in more than two decades or dusky has worked in construction and owns a small fruit farm. He and his wife are longtime foster parents. He says many foster parents are caring for children with special needs, while not being able to see.

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"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on The Big 98

"The costs four hundred twenty thousand dollars at some point, the first three months of the year someone bought this ring almost half a million dollars. So I mean, I would assume it's probably worth way, more if you're somewhere else, because it cost get a deal, right? That's a deal. That's a deal if it's one Ringo, if you're getting it wholesome if it were like a ring the way five hundred pounds, right? Getting it cheaper. How many carats ten cares? That's, that's like a big getting all the carrots. It was such a big purchase. It helps Costco's entire financial quarter, their first quarter sales rose, five point six million dollars. And they specifically mentioned that one ring that made an impact, then, you know, there's some girls maybe like he got at Costco. He's probably if she's a girl that cares about that would have to like, have a, you know, like an asterik he got it at Costco, but it was four hundred nineteen thousand I'm looking at all the Costco ring pulled up. There's one to four hundred nineteen thousand dollars a round brilliant, ten carat next to one one hundred thirty nine thousand dollars. Oh my gosh, ruled cut and you're talking about a lot of things. I don't know. There's one hundred twenty one thousand dollars one hundred nineteen dollars look at those rings. They carry over one hundred thousand at Costco, guys Costco, has everything I wouldn't see, like looking at that, Mike. Okay. I'm looking at the hundred nineteen thousand dollar one it sort of looks like Meiring may be a little bit in in. I can't even tell the difference. Mine definitely was on that much, by the way. It's crazy to me like you can't even tell the difference between that. And a look though, if you look at it, it's different between the magnifying glass and the clear mustard right next to them. All the pretzels. Five hundred pretzel, sticks you're walking next to them. Eleven. Tell. I saw that this alligator story this aggressive alligator broke into a Florida home and this woman. Clearwater, florida. Shout. Clearwater. It broke through window. She thought it was an intruder. I thought it was Robin, her house, and it'd be an alligator shoe up to noises kitchen around three AM, and it wasn't alligator. Giant alligator who payment to.

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"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:26 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I'm trying to decide what to do with its truck. I'm on baby. Step number two. Divorced last year in April and my extra supposed to pay off the Trump. After six decided pain because it's only in my name. Team. The Trump team is for the last five months. Don't physically have a truck from California is still Indiana where we will marry my brothers trying to selling the truck. And we haven't been able to sell the truck. That's what needs to happen. What do you owe on it? Twenty one thousand. Okay, watch it on the market for. Well, the Kelley blue book show the actually twenty three or twenty four thousand four Lord it now to twenty one thousand. Yeah. Absolutely. What's your income? Eighty seven thousand. Okay. All right. Yeah. I mean, the answer sell the truck, even if you sell it at a loss and write a check to get rid of it. Okay. So what are you who? Do you owe the money to? Capital one. Oh crap. Okay. Yeah. They're going to be no help. So I mean, you can even borrow you know, if you had to borrow two thousand bucks or something to get it. And write a check for my patient nineteen for it. And you get rid of it. That's, you know, get rid of the truck. It's in Indiana. Your brother has possession of at your ex does not. Yes, yes. He doesn't. He's the one trying to help me is the market is large enough city too solid twenty one thousand dollar or is he out in the middle of nowhere. Canadian on a college campus advertise advertised on the college internet site, Craig for you. A couple scammers. They have tried to. Yeah. No call. No college kids buying a twenty one thousand dollar. No. So I mean, we don't really grow. Officials in the area. All right. Craigslist is more of an answer than anything else and just wear Craigslist out with that. And and let's just keep pushing on how long have you had it on the market. Since november. Really cold and snowing there too. Here really bad weather. So it makes it tougher to move it. Yes. I guess the other question is what is. What is sell easier in Fresno? That was my question. Should I just try to go get the trucking down here in California, which is probably a better market for for trucks. Yeah. We're Fresno is a great market for trucks. So yeah. And it's a bigger market than what we're talking about. You know, if it's been since November set a deadline that goes by x date. You know, I don't know middle March if it hadn't sold I'm gonna go get it. I'm studying for the bar now. So I'm going to China. L? Yeah. I was thinking away until I finished. You take the bar in July. Okay. Well, that's okay. If you can pay the payment till then. I can. And then after I take the bar. I'll have I'll have more income. But for now. I guess they could obtain. Your brother, you give him you give them a couple of hundred bucks a field rabbit out there and you flying back. Oh, that would be nice. Something like that. Yeah. He said. You say you're doing your own baby step to call. Dave ramsey. I said, oh, great idea it, this is all about getting rid of that data and getting that burden off of you because it's a five hundred dollar payment. Isn't it? No, sir. It's a seven hundred dollar payment. Oh that Capital One. You got subprime d-? Oh, you got hammered. The truck and we brought the truck in tech. Yeah. Bad credit? It's really it's really truck wasn't. Even my truck gets in your name. I know. Here's the thing. The divorce decree said he's supposed to pay the Bill, right? Yes. That's correct. Has your attorney taking him back to court for being in contempt of the divorce decree? No. We haven't done that yet. I was gonna wait because he had until April to divorce decree to get the truck in his solely financing his name. How okay. By april. He has not done there. We will. Yeah. I would do that as well. Because I'm assuming he has money. He's just being contrary. Yes. Yeah. Judges have a way of dealing with contrary access. Yeah. You don't wanna mess with a judge on a contempt. Order in Indiana. I'm just telling you is not a good. It's not going to be a good day for this. Oh boy. So yeah. Somebody ought to call him and tell him like your attorney you're getting ready to knock him into next week. And he needs to get himself motivated. Okay. Have you have your attorney call his attorney and say, we're getting ready Jack Bob up we just want to let you know for we Jack Bubba. Okay. I will definitely do not nine raisin. Let's just get on every point. We can push on this thing. And maybe you get it. So maybe we Jack him up. Maybe he gets it refinanced into his name. That'd be awesomeness right there. Maybe you take it to California. If nothing happens, and you just decide you're going to give up going to be a little tough to push a contempt order if that trucks in California, though, so you probably better wait if you're going to go that route till you get that figured out. Gonna be tough to push a contempt order where he's supposed to refinance a truck and get it into his name. If the truck is in California. Yeah. But he lives in Michigan and a divorce within the Schengen. Oh my goodness. This data by the minute. He did that purposely. He moved to Michigan. So the divorce not be in Indiana. Michigan. Okay. Well, yeah, we'll still we'll still go that route. Then. But I I would you know. If that's active and looking like that might be your out. I'd leave the trucks sit until you know, about that part of it. Okay. I don't want to have to move the truck for to California. And then move it back to Michigan. Okay. He stepped up as a result of being smacked with a contempt. Order and decided he was getting then you've got to deliver the truck back. Right. That's going to get really inconvenient the middle. You're studying for the bar. So leave truck in Indiana till you figure out what's happening with that. Contempt. Order. Meantime, continue to try to sell it and meantime, have have your attorney call his attorney and let them know we're getting rain Jackie. Because he needs to be jacked the he he's not playing and you don't mess with a divorce decree. You don't mess with a contempt order with the judge. That's just a bad idea. It will bring pain and problems to your life, not dealing with something. Just because you're contrary is a bad plan. Hey, thank you for calling in. You'll get through this. You'll get it turned around. I'm sorry, you're going through it. But that's that's what I would do lay out my strategy three or four different ways. I can go and in what order I'm going to attack. Those moving the truck to California would be the last one on the list. And so it might be summer before. I did that. But good question. Thank you for joining us. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. This is the Dave Ramsey show. Let me tell you a story about two families that are very much alike in a lot of ways both families have two working parents and a couple of young kids each has dead and a struggle to make ends meet, but they're starting to make headway with their budgets and smarter decisions with money. They have dreams and plans and the only real difference is that one family has the right amount of term life insurance. And the other doesn't big difference. If one of the parents die and that does happen..

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"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"You gotta use it. So where did you end up? Fifteen fifteenth me not bad at twenty one thousand dollar hit. And a terrific performance your rookie. How did you get involved playing contests? It's probably has a lot to do with you, really. Mr. JK, listen to you guys. And of course, Mr. big the godfather of. So all this is just it's just a blast. I mean, I I love the game and got introduced to the contest world. And and here I am a year later, tell us a little bit about how you got involved in racing in the first place Texas resident did you go into the track as a kit. I did. But it was due to my dad. He's from he was from the West Indies. And when we go over to visit horse racing with huge over the short. And as a kid, you know, like dad, did let me can make a bet Connecticut. So it started early and and it it's still here. Now. That's great. That's great. How old are you? Forty three. Horseracing young. I'll take it. I'll take it. Is your dad's still around? Now, he's not he passed away a couple of years ago. But I've got a dollar that every time I place a bet, that's my that's my placeholder. And so he's here. He's here with me on. That's great. I who'd agend up sitting with and did you have any friends coming in? No, no. I came in me myself, and I met some great guys. I mean, horse horseracing great fraternity and didn't know anyone. But I made I've got three or four friends now tabled twelve I'll be here again next year. That's awesome already on the list to come back. If you had the chance to meet JK yet. I have not let's get him over here. I'll work on all work on that Steve. And I'll ask you about the by what you use. What what you're what your handicapping methods? What tools of you incorporated in stats and Brisbane it the tools that I use an after that. It's just it's just me. I'm an analyst is my profession. Okay. And so it's by lentils no business analysts. Okay. I'm looking at data and making decisions and processing things for for my company. So this is kind of extension. Yes lives. Right. And we we've talked about this so extensively even did this at the symposium. Brought it up the the appeal of this game. And this has a wagering exercise to the problem solving mentality. And we don't lift a finger to reach to that type. Why are we not advertising or reaching out for math clubs, and to to engineering high school engineering college engineering gets I mean, it's bizarre that we have not ever figured out a way to have an outreach to the exact kind of people whether they've been exposed to the game or not that are going to absolutely love it. It's bizarre to me..

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"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Calls related to difficulty breathing. Officials opening up a murder investigation following the crash last year police say a woman who is injured in while he walked back in November passed away on Monday happened on Whitmore avenue Mercedes rear ended a Toyota truck. Impact construct across an oncoming traffic, then hit another vehicle. But driver took off from the scene. No arrests have been made. And finally styrofoam containers are banned in parts of the state. The city council is pushing back according to a city audit. Experts say banning the material would be ineffective in reducing litter. Sixty eight page report details the impacts to the local economy, stating that the elimination of styrofoam takeout containers at restaurants. Means higher prices businesses with ten employees or less. We'll be hit the hardest Maui has been styrofoam as of yesterday big island will do the same later this year. Those are some of the stories that we are following for you. You are dialed in together. It is NewsRadio eight thirty. Thank you for being a part of the program. We appreciate it greatly. Also wanna remind you that Matt and Vicki Nelson heated to sell their east side home in order to move back to the mainland Adrian and Attilio listed it. And with their marketing program, they were able to sell it within two weeks for amazing twenty one thousand dollars above ask at six hundred and twenty thousand dollars, you know, the extra twenty one thousand dollars will come in handy when they make their move to the mainland..

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"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"In order to create the savings account of one hundred twenty one thousand so you really don't have a hundred and forty nine thousand dollars their insurance you really about twenty thousand dollars worth because you got a hundred twenty one thousand dollars a year money sitting there. They're gonna keep. And they're going to pay her a hundred and forty nine. So the net of those two is really all the insurance is worth. Do. You. See what I'm saying? No fade twenty four thousand fifty years Yano. Let's try this win. Let's try. Second. Let's try this. If you had if you take this out in cash this out, you'd have a hundred and twenty one thousand dollars in the Bank, right? And so when you die we're still be hundred twenty one thousand dollars in the Bank, right? And if you took out a twenty thousand dollar insurance policy, you know, the same amount of money. For her right hundred twenty one in the Bank, plus a twenty thousand dollar policies one hundred forty one so same deal. So you're paying an awful lot of inch awful lot of money for basically twenty thousand dollars worth of insurance net like a ton of money, and you've got so the answer to your question. Overall is yes, I would catch this out in twenty seconds. Get other fast because I don't want tonight with it in there. I want to get out of the hands as fast as I possibly can. And. Investments? Footer investments you'll make a lot more than four percents start with and on top of that. When you die. They don't keep it. The right now, they're.

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World's first indoor drone surveillance system

Your Weekly Tech Update

05:02 min | 3 years ago

World's first indoor drone surveillance system

"Applications and or more cost effective. You don't need to install so many cameras which cuts the cost sky sense and oven sig are developing the indoor surveillance drone for a multinational security company while on patrol the drone sins life footage back to a touchscreen tablet which sky sets describes as a security center station. When a potential security threat or breach is detected, it sends alerts to the station prompting an investigation by human security guard the vehicle takes off from its charging pad and circles the room several times before landing back where it started. In addition to security experts suggests that an army of Thomas drones or robots could be used to fix Britain's pot. Whole spattered roadways. The machines would identify cracks along highways and quickly. Fill them before pothole appears. The robots could even work antisocial hours, completing repairs in the dead of night when there is little to no traffic around repairs could just take a minute or so, and would only hold up traffic for short periods of time. Leeds city council has already working with the team of engineers and designers to pioneer the concept of self repairing cities. Nasr's three d. printed habitat challenge has seen several companies now competing for a high honor to design the first habitats for humans on the moon. And even Moore's using three d. printing, these competitors have proven their ability to create structures such as cones cylinders and beams. The most recent phase of the competition takes things to a new level by extension. asking the teams to present their ideas for entire structures. Lot In of the US the ideas alone offered more than thus fourteen far have hundred been low people dome are like waiting structure, for a lung some transplant. partially buried in There the ground, simply but aren't enough donor a space lungs of factory. bailable The to second me the need. place winner However, of the most soon recent patients competition might round have a new has something source a little bit of different brand in mind. new lungs. Marsha The short lab for Mars recently habitat researchers from features, the university tall, of Texas Celinda, medical Rickel branch structures published a that paper resemble in the along journal gated science, eggs, translational optimized medicine to Hindle internal in it, they atmospheric detailed pressure their latest and milestone structural stresses. along the path They're to creating quite different lab-grown from earth dwellings lungs which for are designed humans. to handle mostly They gravity can now successfully and wind. transplanted The ground these bioengineered level of each Marsha lungs structure has into garage pigs that contains external to grow the systems lungs. The researchers, and I exploration created four activities lung scaffolds. with a supporting Next, they wet placed lab each above scaffold that is in a the tank main hub containing with thirty special four square mix meters of of nutrients. joint dry lab They then and added kitchen. cells from The the third recipient level has individual pigs, cabins own lungs sanitation to each pod of the and scaffolds a hydroponic and garden. let the lungs grow The for fourth thirty. level Days. is a Finally, recreation they transplanted and exercise the four area lab-grown and lungs features a into bright the four water-filled recipient skylight. pigs. Each Within building two is weeks, made from the two transplanted shells lungs with had the already space began between to them establish acting the robust as a light. networks Well, of the blood reason vessels. so They much need work is being to put survive into developing methods during and materials two months for of construction post transplant on Mars observation. is that it isn't The realistic researchers found no at signs all to that consider the animal's bringing immune systems materials had rejected from earth. the new lungs, So but everything they must next want be fabricated to study the long-term from the viability materials readily of available the organs on bio the engineered red planet organs or the or moon something of a to holy that. grail End in transplantation space factory is developing research assault fiber, because reinforced they are grown p. from l. the recipients, a. own with cells the basaltic of the body stranded is less from likely Moore's to rocks reject and the the p. l. organ a. harvested and and processed we could grow from them plants in the lab grown as on Mars. needed noble Whenever organ humans shortages. do get How to who would the point that be? at which colonizing If all goes Mars as is hoped an imminent with the possibility. pick experiments, NASA the plans researchers to send believe robots they could ahead be just to five the planet to ten years together away materials from being and able create to create three d lab-grown printed habitats lungs transplant so that they're ready in for the two. people when Humans they arrive. in compassionate The structures may use look circumstances alien from that the would outside, mean people but on with the inside life threatening they appear conditions comfortable into and sensually, livable. no other treatment The fact options. that they're built Eventually vertically bio means engineered that there's lungs no could need replace for Doter a robot ones to travel altogether, across an unknown and that surface could make to the build transplant them waiting a stationary list a Rover thing of the past. with a telescoping Imagine arm, commanding builds a robotic the structures arm to in perform its place. tasks while NASA you're to has human worded AI hands. space factory Stay almost busy twenty with one a completely thousand different dollars to job. further develop Now, imagine their project. that you could give And that of command course I'll keep just you updated by thinking here on your it weekly researchers tech update. have announced In today's they have health successfully news, Google glass built such may a device. have failed as a high tech The user fashion can trend, be thinking about but two it showing tasks promise at warrants as a tool to and help the children robot can with decipher autism which of those better thoughts navigate is directed social situations, at itself. Then a perform new smartphone that app task that pairs with and a Google what's special glass headset about it uses as facial if a mind recognition controlled multitasking software to supernumerary give the where real limb time isn't updates cool enough on by itself which emotions is people that using are expressing it might actually in improve a pilot the trial. user's Fourteen own children multitasking with autism spectrum skills. disorder Researchers used this achieve program the feat at by home developing for an average algorithms of just to over read ten the electrical weeks activity after treatment. of The kids the brain showed associated improved with different social actions. skills including When a person increased. thinks about performing I contact some kind and of the physical ability tasks, to decode say picking facial up a glass expressions of water after neurons her son, in Alex Alex particular

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Google Glass could help children with autism socialize with others

Your Weekly Tech Update

05:02 min | 3 years ago

Google Glass could help children with autism socialize with others

"Health news, Google glass may have failed as a high tech fashion trend, but it showing promise as a tool to help children with autism better navigate social situations, a new smartphone app that pairs with a Google glass headset uses facial recognition software to give the where real time updates on which emotions people are expressing in a pilot trial. Fourteen children with autism spectrum disorder used this program at home for an average of just over ten weeks after treatment. The kids showed improved social skills including increased. I contact and the ability to decode facial expressions after her son, Alex Alex

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Mind-Controlled robotic third arm gives new meaning to "multitasking"

Your Weekly Tech Update

05:02 min | 3 years ago

Mind-Controlled robotic third arm gives new meaning to "multitasking"

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And happening in this weeks What The...??? A man enters a Jacksonville store and chases people with a live alligator

Your Weekly Tech Update

05:02 min | 3 years ago

And happening in this weeks What The...??? A man enters a Jacksonville store and chases people with a live alligator

"Applications and or more cost effective. You don't need to install so many cameras which cuts the cost sky sense and oven sig are developing the indoor surveillance drone for a multinational security company while on patrol the drone sins life footage back to a touchscreen tablet which sky sets describes as a security center station. When a potential security threat or breach is detected, it sends alerts to the station prompting an investigation by human security guard the vehicle takes off from its charging pad and circles the room several times before landing back where it started. In addition to security experts suggests that an army of Thomas drones or robots could be used to fix Britain's pot. Whole spattered roadways. The machines would identify cracks along highways and quickly. Fill them before pothole appears. The robots could even work antisocial hours, completing repairs in the dead of night when there is little to no traffic around repairs could just take a minute or so, and would only hold up traffic for short periods of time. Leeds city council has already working with the team of engineers and designers to pioneer the concept of self repairing cities. Nasr's three d. printed habitat challenge has seen several companies now competing for a high honor to design the first habitats for humans on the moon. And even Moore's using three d. printing, these competitors have proven their ability to create structures such as cones cylinders and beams. The most recent phase of the competition takes things to a new level by extension. asking the teams to present their ideas for entire structures. Lot In of the US the ideas alone offered more than thus fourteen far have hundred been low people dome are like waiting structure, for a lung some transplant. partially buried in There the ground, simply but aren't enough donor a space lungs of factory. bailable The to second me the need. place winner However, of the most soon recent patients competition might round have a new has something source a little bit of different brand in mind. new lungs. Marsha The short lab for Mars recently habitat researchers from features, the university tall, of Texas Celinda, medical Rickel branch structures published a that paper resemble in the along journal gated science, eggs, translational optimized medicine to Hindle internal in it, they atmospheric detailed pressure their latest and milestone structural stresses. along the path They're to creating quite different lab-grown from earth dwellings lungs which for are designed humans. to handle mostly They gravity can now successfully and wind. transplanted The ground these bioengineered level of each Marsha lungs structure has into garage pigs that contains external to grow the systems lungs. The researchers, and I exploration created four activities lung scaffolds. with a supporting Next, they wet placed lab each above scaffold that is in a the tank main hub containing with thirty special four square mix meters of of nutrients. joint dry lab They then and added kitchen. cells from The the third recipient level has individual pigs, cabins own lungs sanitation to each pod of the and scaffolds a hydroponic and garden. let the lungs grow The for fourth thirty. level Days. is a Finally, recreation they transplanted and exercise the four area lab-grown and lungs features a into bright the four water-filled recipient skylight. pigs. Each Within building two is weeks, made from the two transplanted shells lungs with had the already space began between to them establish acting the robust as a light. networks Well, of the blood reason vessels. so They much need work is being to put survive into developing methods during and materials two months for of construction post transplant on Mars observation. is that it isn't The realistic researchers found no at signs all to that consider the animal's bringing immune systems materials had rejected from earth. the new lungs, So but everything they must next want be fabricated to study the long-term from the viability materials readily of available the organs on bio the engineered red planet organs or the or moon something of a to holy that. grail End in transplantation space factory is developing research assault fiber, because reinforced they are grown p. from l. the recipients, a. own with cells the basaltic of the body stranded is less from likely Moore's to rocks reject and the the p. l. organ a. harvested and and processed we could grow from them plants in the lab grown as on Mars. needed noble Whenever organ humans shortages. do get How to who would the point that be? at which colonizing If all goes Mars as is hoped an imminent with the possibility. pick experiments, NASA the plans researchers to send believe robots they could ahead be just to five the planet to ten years together away materials from being and able create to create three d lab-grown printed habitats lungs transplant so that they're ready in for the two. people when Humans they arrive. in compassionate The structures may use look circumstances alien from that the would outside, mean people but on with the inside life threatening they appear conditions comfortable into and sensually, livable. no other treatment The fact options. that they're built Eventually vertically bio means engineered that there's lungs no could need replace for Doter a robot ones to travel altogether, across an unknown and that surface could make to the build transplant them waiting a stationary list a Rover thing of the past. with a telescoping Imagine arm, commanding builds a robotic the structures arm to in perform its place. tasks while NASA you're to has human worded AI hands. space factory Stay almost busy twenty with one a completely thousand different dollars to job. further develop Now, imagine their project. that you could give And that of command course I'll keep just you updated by thinking here on your it weekly researchers tech update. have announced In today's they have health successfully news, Google glass built such may a device. have failed as a high tech The user fashion can trend, be thinking about but two it showing tasks promise at warrants as a tool to and help the children robot can with decipher autism which of those better thoughts navigate is directed social situations, at itself. Then a perform new smartphone that app task that pairs with and a Google what's special glass headset about it uses as facial if a mind recognition controlled multitasking software to supernumerary give the where real limb time isn't updates cool enough on by itself which emotions is people that using are expressing it might actually in improve a pilot the trial. user's Fourteen own children multitasking with autism spectrum skills. disorder Researchers used this achieve program the feat at by home developing for an average algorithms of just to over read ten the electrical weeks activity after treatment. of The kids the brain showed associated improved with different social actions. skills including When a person increased. thinks about performing I contact some kind and of the physical ability tasks, to decode say picking facial up a glass expressions of water after neurons her son, in Alex Alex particular

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The Avengers coding kit - build your own superpowers like Shuri

Your Weekly Tech Update

05:02 min | 3 years ago

The Avengers coding kit - build your own superpowers like Shuri

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We can now successfully transplant lab-grown lungs in pigs

Your Weekly Tech Update

05:02 min | 3 years ago

We can now successfully transplant lab-grown lungs in pigs

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3D Printed Cylinders Tower Over Mars Surface in Latest Design

Your Weekly Tech Update

07:58 min | 3 years ago

3D Printed Cylinders Tower Over Mars Surface in Latest Design

"Nasr's three d. printed habitat challenge has seen several companies now competing for a high honor to design the first habitats for humans on the moon. And even Moore's using three d. printing, these competitors have proven their ability to create structures such as cones cylinders and beams. The most recent phase of the competition takes things to a new level by asking the teams to present their ideas for entire structures. Lot of the ideas offered thus far have been low dome like structure, some partially buried in the ground, but a space factory. The second place winner of the most recent competition round has something a little bit different in mind. Marsha short for Mars habitat features, tall, Celinda, Rickel structures that resemble along gated eggs, optimized to Hindle internal atmospheric pressure and structural stresses. They're quite different from earth dwellings which are designed to handle mostly gravity and wind. The ground level of each Marsha structure has garage that contains external systems and exploration activities with a supporting wet lab above that is the main hub with thirty four square meters of joint dry lab and kitchen. The third level has individual cabins sanitation pod and a hydroponic garden. The fourth level is a recreation and exercise area and features a bright water-filled skylight. Each building is made from two shells with the space between them acting as a light. Well, the reason so much work is being put into developing methods and materials for construction on Mars is that it isn't realistic at all to consider bringing materials from earth. So everything must be fabricated from the materials readily available on the red planet or the moon to that. End space factory is developing assault fiber, reinforced p. l. a. with the basaltic stranded from Moore's rocks and the p. l. a. harvested and processed from plants grown on Mars. Whenever humans do get to the point at which colonizing Mars is an imminent possibility. NASA plans to send robots ahead to the planet together materials and create three d printed habitats so that they're ready for the people when they arrive. The structures may look alien from the outside, but on the inside they appear comfortable and livable. The fact that they're built vertically means that there's no need for a robot to travel across an unknown surface to build them a stationary Rover with a telescoping arm, builds the structures in its place. NASA has worded AI space factory almost twenty one thousand dollars to further develop their project. And of course I'll keep you updated here on your weekly tech update.

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"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Telling you i think my voice is it is inspirational and i think i'm also still figuring i say i'm still kinda young so i'm still figuring out the whole ways but i know on other scale i was also thinking if that doesn't work out if i maybe this focused my content on how i was able to lease on new and young it says i'm still very organized and very professional whereas a lot of poets don't have that type of brand so i would focus how old are you gene tamari oh gee i'm sorry kamari up i got maga callers all over my monitoring sometime my eyes wander as i'm thinking about my vice for you come on your how old thirty one thirty one or you single may okay do you do you have to bring an income right now like do you guys rely on that income not a hundred percent but you still rely on it some so you gotta be bringing the how much do you make right now okay twenty one thousand okay so kamari i think it's about the proximity principle have you heard me share this on the show no i haven't are so the proximity principle is your life fame right now and you're in proximity but we need to get you in better proximity so the proximity principle says in order to do what i wanna do i've got to be around people who are doing it and in places that it is happening and congratulations i want to encourage you and congratulate you because you are in proximity working for this small publishing house but the reality is twenty one thousand dollars you can't keep that up and it's been good for you now in it might still be good for you another six twelve months but what i want you thinking is what is the way that i can't order multiple ways that i can jump from this current publisher you got a contract with them so whatever that looks like you're gonna have to be a good steward but when can i leap and where do i leap or step to where you are still in the writing publishing space and i think you have got to get more clear about what your voices.

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Shooting death of Steven Pitt, forensic psychiatrist, linked to killings of 2 women

ABC Perspective

01:09 min | 3 years ago

Shooting death of Steven Pitt, forensic psychiatrist, linked to killings of 2 women

"Giuliani will be on abc's this week with chief anchor george stephanopoulos a man hunt is underway in arizona police in scottsdale trying to determine if a fourth murder is linked to three other killings to paralegals in a forensic psychiatrists were found earlier this week and life coach and hypnotherapist marshall levine was found shot and killed in his office early yesterday abc's marci gonzales has more from scottsdale police here don't believe he or the other victims were killed randomly but with these shootings now happening daily they worry what could happen next if this killer isn't caught soon and police say they have an idea who the suspect is but they aren't releasing more on that or saying how these cases might be linked there's now a twenty one thousand dollar reward for information leading to the killer's arrest and conviction giant is warning that no trade deals will happen if president trump moves forward with tariffs on chinese goods commerce secretary wilbur ross in beijing for those negotiations this weekend trying to get china to buy more us goods the talks ended with no joints statement the us also taking heat from members of the g seven ahead of the summit this week criticizing the president over imposing tariffs on aluminum and steel for the eu canada.

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Murder, Charlie Birger and Nc discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:17 min | 3 years ago

Murder, Charlie Birger and Nc discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"First two we've related and this one we're still trying to determine what involvement if any it has scottsdale pd working with phoenix police to figure out if this is connected to the other three deaths and if so what the motive is behind the murder authorities have now announced a twenty one thousand dollar reward for tips leading to the arrest and conviction in this case should an offduty fbi agent be hitting the dance floor with a loaded gun in his holster well denver police agents weapon accidentally discharged while he was booking the night away at a nightclub shooting another patron abc's brad garrett a former fbi agent says he's not impressed anybody that sworn pulls out a gun in a social setting and harm somebody else is in big trouble demand shot was hospitalized with non life threatening injuries wbz news time is taking up quickly to seven forty two and joining us now from the ace hticket dot com sports studio wbz's charlie version on hydraulic good morning tina houston last night red sox bounced back from a two run deficit scored late beat the astros five four battle back then at seven special way that their version of the baseball to go out there and give up crooked number you're gonna live so we battled back after losing the first two games that was big for us red sox starting pitcher david price who improves to six and four with the wind went to i six three two stroz in the seventh sox get three a christian vasquez solo home run a two run home run from andrew benintendi craig kimbrel his nineteenth save yankees have won four in a row b baltimore eight five to stay a half game back of the socks in the east stanley cup finals game three washington scores two in the second one in the third vegas three to one caps up to one in the series first time in the postseason that vegas has dropped two straight games waiting for the next one that's all i can do he said a lawyer you forget about tonight's game for the next one they were better team tonight they deserve the win and we'll move on vegas coach gerard gallant scheme for tomorrow in washington revolution two one winners over the rebels last night major league soccer northeastern baseball team eliminated from the nc double a tournament yesterday by nc state nine three the final second loss in the double elimination tournament for the huskies charlie birger on wbz sports i'm josh binswanger.

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"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

AppleInsider Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

"And how did this get made when you join stitcher premium you get twenty one thousand dollars of clues content new exclusive originals like marvel's wolverine and raised fruit are launching every week for stitcher premium members and if you love podcasts you probably missing out when you listen to add free episodes institute premium your favorite podcasters get paid so that's another way you can help support your favorite shows by joining premium today for free month of listening go to stiffen premium dot com and use the promo code apple not mike yes there are a whole bunch of things that happened this past week i think what had liked to do is talk about really quickly the three stories that sort of resonated with us personally okay and then we'll get to the big big news sounds good so here's one that actually you know we've we've talked before about the apple watch we've talked about the apple watch impact on health and specifically its impact on saving people's lives there have been a number of stories we've had about people who've caught hard issues with apple watch last week i read a story about a woman who saved her husband's life by placing an emergency call from the apple watch and we've heard it from people who are trapped in cars who called for assistance when they couldn't get to their phones and their their car and they're pinned in their car lot of different things like that this is one where the apple watch was credited with saving the life after a user suffered ruptured older and it just it it sort of cements it for me to do the apple watch my i don't all the time like right now i'm not wearing one when i leave the house for say a shopping aired or something really depends on the situation it hasn't for me personally it's proven to be one step too far down the little lady who swallowed a fly.

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Martina Navratilova: John McEnroe was paid 10 times as much for Wimbledon commentary

Midday News Break

02:13 min | 3 years ago

Martina Navratilova: John McEnroe was paid 10 times as much for Wimbledon commentary

"Dealing with someone who's using trip wires shows a higher level of sophistication a higher level of skill three earlier devices were doorstep package bombs blamed for two deaths this woman who lives near what happened last night says people are on edge and taking precautions real situation now it's not you know oh don't touch any packages it played no seriously like if you see anything weird you know stressing it to your children students are back at class today at florida international university campus shaken up by last week's deadly pedestrian bridge collapse cbs's marc trestman in miami this is somber day but it's also a day that this university probably needs not forget of course what happened and never get completely beyond it but they they can move somewhat passive there will be a moment of silence today lawyers are filing the first lawsuit over the collapse clair's stores has filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy jewelry and accessories chain says it's confident it will emerge from that proceeding with stores intact and debt under control business analyst jill schlesinger players like toys r us is also a victim of putting together financial deals with private equity firms that saddle the company with debt bill rakoff has the results of new study that asked a key question of young people thirty three percent of recent high school graduates in the colorado state study report writing with an impaired driver at least once in the previous year in addition the survey shows that young adults are more likely to ride with a driver impaired by marijuana than a driver who was drunk over decades women fought for pay equity on the tennis court now some of those stars are in the broadcast booth nine times wimbledon champion martina navratilova says she makes about twenty one thousand dollars providing wimbledon commentary for the bbc so imagine her surprise when she found fellow commentator john mcenroe on the list of the broadcasters highest pay talent is getting at least ten times as much money the bbc insists mcenroe's on a different kind of contract playing a more central role to it's wimbledon and coverage navratilova says she's asking her agent to negotiate a bigger paycheck this time around the key barker cbs news london losses mounting on wall street the dow is down three hundred eighty seven points nasdaq is down.

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"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown

Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown

"All right we're all set to take your calls the phone number one more time is eight six six three five seven thirty two 83 and we're going to start off in texas this is anna collenette inking a kicking mike hall yom honored i have any amount of debt that it had probably more that i kennedy legion by pay off ever um we we got it count found him but i have a situation where i um sorry i'm nervous i came over to halt vaughan i truly i i thought i had paid my credit card payment and i had didn't every dollar and but not actually made the transaction and it got sent to collections and i didn't know 'cause i truly thought i paid it until it went to collections and they instantly offered me a supplement and reduced it from twenty one thousand dollars to eight thousand dollars which we took out for money from retirement and and did that i i just i truly feel like my level of debt the only way that i can get out of it is to try to settle on my other debts so i went with my other credit card and called them into the with readers threaten departments that all told me we don't settle if the account is current and basically implied to let the accounts go doing quit and then try to settle which would be nice but i'm just struggling i'm struggling with if that long i'm struggling with if.

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"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on The Millionaire Traveler and Investor Podcast

The Millionaire Traveler and Investor Podcast

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"twenty one thousand dollars" Discussed on The Millionaire Traveler and Investor Podcast

"On the internet and we're really gonna see uh any outstanding balances you have out there we're gonna get a snapshot as he was going on so it took him forever to fill out the fill out every mason because he didn't even though all his stuff but anyway we finally get a poured open and this guy had all kinds of credit cards that that went into the fall he had student loans we actually found probably about like twenty one thousand dollars worth of a debt that he oh that he was unaware so this tells me that you know is very possible that a lot of people do not know how much they owe so i advise you to uh get a good snapshot of your debt balance by a ryan friend a credit report you get three free credit reports a year with the three institutions one or from each institution and a dozen danger credit so start their that way you can see okay this is how much i have and you get that clear a pitcher so you're annual credit report dot com will hook you with that i don't suggest you go anywhere else because they were try to nickel dime he somehow up as you for credit card information before you even get your report and your credit report dot com is uh the goto for that a k so the number three is debt to income ratio.

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