27 Burst results for "Twenty Seven Hundred Dollars"
"twenty seven hundred dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"A bank account and a truck and from the way my attorney explained to me with elective shares whatever you take in if you if you receive something from benefit of that person passed away that can detect deducted from your elected share portion that thirty three percent so she received his state retirement which can be deducted from that and he she also receiving his federal payments because he died from his disability Sir she's receiving close to twenty seven hundred dollars a month yes from his passing plus you got half of the house so that's deducted also so R. one so there's a big providing there's there's a probate proceeding opened when your father died and his wife filed an elective share claim on the probate estate right okay so basically and that will initially probate wasn't but then they went and found the selective share and I guess now they have to go through the probably because I was on the bank accounts already this is a whole nother that's a whole nother situation we all met at the bank and she agreed to come off of his account and then I signed deals with me on the alleged elect share was fall inside the probate court once the probate was open or they either open the probate estate yeah yeah I'll just I'll deliver it Sherrin the probate court basically yeah I don't write originally did because I was on the bank account so directly transferred over to me and but she's trying to fight that because the bank situation when the banks change names it put the act the main account holder social security number in the other person's spot and she was trying to say that he brought her a blank form which is a lot because we were all at the bank and sign the paperwork together but it's been a big mass has been going on for three years now but I was able to follow the link to share claimed that.
We Still Can't Explain Quantum Computing!
"Good Morning Walk into marketing over coffee. I'm John Wall. Christopher pen and we are back we've got you back. It's funny if you haven't been traveling but it's just been weird with all kinds of stuff going on and we've had other interviews and the first one was. Ibm Think Twenty twenty so this was the first time it's all virtual. How did all that go? All things considered it wasn't bad. I still got to do the things I wanted to ask people the questions. I wanted to ask them. I know a lot of folks were like. It's not the same like yeah. Of course there's no you know terrible buffet line with You know a five hundred people in front of y'all all griping about the same hotel chicken. It was two days Live keynotes then a ton of on-demand sessions and the Nice thing is that because it's all all virtually begin with. They're leaving the on demand sessions up for thirty days so you can just zip on and take whatever classes and stuff you wanted all free which also is a nice change from the normally twenty seven hundred dollars a ticket. Yeah right twenty. Seven hundred ticket plus downtown San Francisco. You're spending five thousand dollars on your hotel just exactly. Yeah Whoa I remember when I was looking at the booking for this is like nine hundred bucks a night for a double bed in San Francisco like well. I do. Miss the serendipity of being able just like hang out and meet folks but I don't miss the bills. Well it was funny to you. Did you got picked up an article. That getting syndicated everywhere about doing this thing. Virtual and it was funny. I loved your phrase awkward for those lunches where they like four sixteen people around the table and have to train entertainer. Educate each other. When you don't even know each other and of course there's people at the table you like. I don't WanNa talk to you at all. Exactly the big things for me from the event though in terms of usable takeaways. There's a lot of really cool stuff. There's a better session this year on quantum and explaining what the heck quantum computing is. I still can't explain it. I can see the visualizations and I swear the visualizations look like you know the hollow maps that they had in star wars the death star's internal layout running for over a year. We've talked about this. How like even the people that created still can't explain it in a way that the rest of US humans can understand but at least did you get anything closer to as far as like you use cases or why. It's better to be able to explain it. I think of it as massive parallel computing. Where you have the ability to look at every possible permutation of a problem at the same time as opposed to having to do them one at a time. Which is you know how you solve problems now with computers. So for things. Like being able to simulate molecules and their interactions for pharmaceutical development. It's going to be a game changer. For that anything where you have to do a lot of computation in parallel all at once. It's going to wreak havoc on. Cryptography on encryption things because today's strongest encryption standards a quantum computer will be able to crack solvent about ten seconds. Because it can essentially you brute force test every possible combination of of a password all at the same time so that'll be interesting. The bigger thing for me personally was this concept. Be Ragam Sriram Renaissance name correct into idea of neuro symbolic artificial intelligence which is a blend of two different types of AI. So if we go back in history from the fifties to the eighties or nineties There's this concept of symbolic classical. Ai We would call these expert systems. Where you try and load. As much you know cleaned and curated data and hand-build allot of the if this then that kind of rules this type of a it doesn't scale well barely scales at all from the two thousands. Do Today we've had called neural a where we essentially dump trucks full of data into machine at a you learn from this and you figure it out and you write the code. The challenge neural. Ai Is that it's really easy to screw it up. There are the classic examples like painting white lines around the self driving car and then he doesn't know what to do. It just goes in circles or being able to enter like dating marketing automation system. And it just blows up your leads going algorithm so the concept that IBM's working with is the idea what if you use symbolic Ai? Which is the older version? That doesn't scales but as finely tuned and used as the guardrails for the neural a is so to say like these are the instead of trying to create one off exceptions. Like oh don't do that. It's like these are. The lanes are allowed to drive in in some cases literally and ideally get to a better overall than either system can do independently which I thought was really cool. The applications for example one the challenges we have in marketing is with today's AI. The ability for to generate language is not bad. But it's still not there yet like you read a piece generated purely by like something's not right here if you can imagine using symbolic Ai. Say like this is what I expect a blog. Post to look like these the rules essentially if a blog post and then the neural. Ai Fills in the gaps but keeps to the rules like okay. I can now create a blog post. That is intelligible that someone would actually want to
It's Not Just Hospitals That Are Quick To Sue Patients Who Can't Pay
"These days hospital emergency rooms are often run by a separate company not the hospital itself and until recently one of the largest of those companies had been systematically suing patients who couldn't afford to pay bleak farmer from member station W. P. L. N. in Nashville has more Nashville. General Hospital is where patients without insurance are expected to go. It's funded by the city and it's where Sonya Johnson was sent after going to the doctor with a swollen tongue and feeling lethargic economy bag that Halloween Day. And say I need to get to the emergency stat? And they're waiting on you when you get. Their general hospital kept her overnight for severe anemia and gave her a blood transfusion. They wanted to keep her a second night. But Johnson is a single mom who was uninsured at the time and she was wearing and I just baked them not to you know because I was thinking. Oh this beal. The bill from the hospital itself wasn't so bad. The financial counselors offered a seventy five percent discount since her job as a social worker didn't offer insurance then came a twenty seven hundred dollar bill from southeastern emergency. Physicians didn't know who the hey are. Even today turns out it's a regional subsidiary of team health one of the two largest ER staffing firms in the nation. She called team health to see if she could get a break. She can only leave messages and then a knock at her apartment door over the summer. A sheriff's deputy with a summons to appear in court. It's very scary. I mean thinking what have I done? You know for medical beal. Being sued over medical debt raises the stakes because a company can garnish patients wages. Medical dead is the number one cause of bankruptcy in the US. And that's not good for the health of people who are uninsured says Bruce Narrow more believe it or not when patients money and they feel like they're being done all the time they don't come back to the hospital to get what they might need. Narrow more is the chief financial officer at Nashville General under his leadership. The hospital stopped suing patients for unpaid bills. He says it was rarely worth. The court costs or the stress on patients. But he says he can't control doctors in the Er they're employed by a firm owned by private equity investors. It's a private entity that runs the emergency room. And it's the cost of doing business. If I restrict them from collecting dollars than my cost is gonNA very likely go up or I'm going to have to find another provider to do it. This is a common refrain. Says Robert Goff? He's a retired hospital executive who helped found a charity that focuses on medical debt. The hospital citizens as well. You know it's not my responsibility. We have a contract with them. We don't tell them what to do so. The hospital sits there and says not my problem. That's irresponsible is in every sense of the word what's surprising to Gov. Is that an er at a safety net. Hospital could be doing the same thing. Court records show seven hundred lawsuits in twenty nineteen just from the doctors in that he. Our team health operates roughly one ten ers in the US and a suit thousands of patients in Memphis to team health declined an interview request but said in a memo. They have stopped doing patients. Nationwide and say they'll drop pending cases like the one against Sonya. Johnson cannot pay this company when I couldn't even pay for Healthcare. Johnson says she's been told she still owes her full bill. She just won't have her paycheck docked in order to pay up for NPR news. I'm Blake farmer in Nashville.
Dissecting an ad for a 1971 Dodge Dart Swinger
"Nineteen seventy-one Dodge Dart Swinger twenty seven hundred three eighteen. Va Automatic Barn fine slash field. FINE DART runs drives and stops clean title. I picked this up in western Nebraska. Very little rust no rust underneath neath or in the trunk rally wheels with brand new tires on it. Make me an offer. Twenty seven hundred dollars or best offer. Caller text only please jared. This car is especially cool. Because it is E. L. Five butterscotch. So not only. Does this car run driving. Stop and have a clean title but it is also oh hi impact color now. Judging by the pictures it looks like the car at one point had a white vinyl top in that has been confirmed through the fender tag it does have offender tag on it the pictures upside down which is super annoying. But you can flip it around and take a look at the vendor tag. It's actually a pretty low option car but it's still cool that it's A. Va Car are and it's in a somewhat rare color in it. Technically is a high impact color. So that's very cool. This car would be a perfect candidate for somebody who wanted to take a car aren customize it to their own liking not necessarily go with an OA arrest O on it because hey it's it's a base model swinger you know it's the va car. So that's great and you're already one step ahead of the game because it runs drives and stops now. There is some body damage on this thing. It looks like this thing got dropped out of the parts catalog tree in hit every branch on the way down. This thing is bumped and bruised. But it's still pretty solid I think this would be a cool driver car I say. Throw it on some MAG wheels tells and you know maybe hop up the three eighteen or just throw in a three sixty or hacked big block swap it. Why not? It's just the base model swinger. You know it is a cool color that I will give it. It used to have a white vinyl top on it. I there's no real pictures of the interior so I can't speak on that too much but I'd imagine that it needs some work you know. The whole car needs a little bit of work but it does run driving stop. That's awesome now. Here's my biggest problem with the Ad Barn find slash field. Fine How can it be a barn find and field find at the same time dude it. It was either found in a barn or found field now. Are you getting a little too technical with me because maybe the barn that the car is found in was in a field. I don't know now all I know is I hate it when people use those terms to try to sell a car. Who Cares who really cares? Just because a car was found in a bar does not add any value to it and I think somewhere along the line. People thought that if you write barn find that it adds money to the value of a car and it doesn't if somebody can prove me wrong on that please go ahead and do so but I don't think finding a car in a barn is is any more profitable than finding it in a carport. You know what I mean so that was the only thing that really bothered me about the other than that. Twenty seven hundred dollars or best offer Boura car that runs in drives that you can tinker with you know build a motor throat in have some fun with you know. Is it the prettiest thing on the block. Probably not but that's okay. Okay because as you know I'm not the big proponent of having something that pretty unless you got a lot of money to throw around in I for one don't so I think this is a great value for somebody who doesn't have a bunch of money to throw around but they want some they can get into. How some fun with seventy one dodge? Swear perfect perfect candidate and it sounds like the guys willing to deal. So where can you go wrong. I don't think you can. E L five butterscotch. Va Va car. Dart swinger baby get it.
2 Giuliani associates connected to Ukraine probe arrested — live updates
"Big breaking news story today because there was at least one day to foreign business associates of Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani have been charged with a scheme to route foreign money into US elections this according to a newly unsealed indictment their names are alleged Parnis and eager fruman they were arrested last night at Dose International Airport as they attempted to leave the country and what we learned from the the FBI's announced in today is they were in the possession of a one way ticket out of the country interesting by the way they lunch yesterday in DC with Rudy Giuliani I wonder who tipped them off about the indictment I'm guessing someone's going to investigate that someone tipped them off because they were getting ready to flee the country just saying they have been under investigation by the US attorney his office in Manhattan and they were in court in Virginia today actually I the last I checked before we came on the air the judge had said something along the lines of okay so the judge is holding them over oh they're so every time I look on twitter there's more stuff like this Chuck Schumer said there are now new reports very troubling that the two Giuliani Associates are being indicted on criminal charges by the Southern District of New York Giuliani has been involved to his neck in this entire mess he has an obligation to testify under growth so he can be asked questions okay Rebecca Ball Haas from the Wall Street Journal says Rulli Rudy Giuliani tells the Wall Street Journal that they were headed to Vienna for business reasons year right he says they've traveled there between three and six times in the last two months and that he was scheduled to me with them and they were turned in the coming days then why didn't they have a return ticket you know by an open ended ticket if you don't know when you're coming back just saying the judge I guess was deciding on bail or or something yeah I mean every almost every tweet I feed is about them let me go back to the indictment according to the indictment parnis fruman and other defendants conspired to circumvent the Federal Laws Against Barn influence by engaging in a scheme to funnel foreign money to candidates for federal office so that the defendants could buy potential influ silence with them the indictment says partisan fruman committed to raising twenty thousand dollars or more in two thousand eighteen for a quote then sitting US congressman well we'll identify that person in moment from whom they also sought help in removing the US ambassador to Ukraine who is removed not too long ago by the trump administration she's the one who supposed to be testifying tomorrow but although she's no longer the US ambassador Ukraine and she's still works for the State Department therefore their prohibition on anyone cooperating with Congress will probably come into play but of course they haven't said what's going to happen tomorrow yet anyway back to the indictment Fruman donated twenty seven hundred dollars to this congressman identified in the indictment has congressman one and also gave in Parnassus name both of them donated to Dallas area were public representative Pete Sessions who actually lost in twenty eighteen and is trying to make a comeback in in a waco based district and is believed to be congressman one as referenced in the indictment that would be pete sessions no relation to although they seem to share the same amount of brain cells to simplify Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut tweeted out let's be clear about what just happened the two russian-born ringleaders of the Ukraine scandal just got arrested for making hundreds of thousands of dollars of illegal contributions to trump's really Shen F. Y. I. None of this is on the level so that's what that's what Chris Murphy said here's Bill Sweeney he's the assistant director of the FBI's New York field office in their little press announcement of the indictment just about an hour ago last night at Washington does International Airport the FBI live in Eagle on campaign finance related charges as they attempted to leave the United States Andre Kukushkin was arrested in San Francisco shortly thereafter David Korea the fourth individual charged in today's indictment is in our custody campaign finance dance laws exists for a reason the American people expect and deserve an election process that has not been corrupted by the influence of foreign interest and the public has a right to know the true source of campaign contributions laws make up the fabric of who we are as a nation these allegations are not about some technicality a civil violation or an error on a form this investigation is about corrupt behavior deliberate lawbreaking you hear that the FBI takes the obligation tackle corruption seriously there are no exceptions to this rule we gather evidence we collect facts and we will act on them when appropriate as Jeff mentioned our investigation will continue the investigation will continue so that's the official word from the FBI now I recorded this update from NBC News a few hours ago things may have changed since then but this is Tom Winter on the arrest of these to what you know all the news reports are identifying them as russian-born they are but from what I can gather what I understand is they're both American citizens now according to the indictment outer about may or in June of two thousand eighteen partisan firm and the two people that were talking about committed to raise twenty thousand dollars more for them sitting US congressman identified as congressman number one in addition to that they were going to raise some funds here I'm just going to kind of skim through this As far as another account that he had at around the same time foreignness infirm and committed to raising those funds for Congressman Parnasse met with Congressman one in soccer Congressman's assistance in causing the government to remove or recall the then US ambassador to Ukraine parties efforts to remove the ambassador were conducted at least in part at the request of one or more Ukrainian government officials moreover in an effort to reach their contribution commitment to congressman one of their political goals in about June two thousand eighteen after Framingham already made the maximum seventy twenty seven hundred dollar contribution a congressman one paid for another minimum twenty seven hundred contract Asian to congressman that was made in reported in Parnassus name essentially what we're talking about here is that these people were donating directly in illegally into a den sitting US Congressperson lovely clear if that person is still in Congress they're not identified in the court papers in order to remove a recall the bastard or something that actually did occur dishes that they describe how money came from a foreign national through these men as part of their conspiracy it'd be donated to those political causes mentioned before as you stated both are expected to appear in court later today I'm just going through the indictment now it's twenty one page and diepen that's been handed up and has just become unsealed that's why we have a copy of it this is now the second time that a foreign national or foreign nationals have been able to you basically flow of money through US persons into a political account or campaign account or some sort of a grow president trump fund that's Tom Winners from NBC News since that a report there's been more developments just just coming one after another after another here's a couple a kaitlan collins of CNN tweeted the US Attorney said the three hundred and twenty five thousand dollar donate shen get that amount that partisan firm and made to committee one I think that's congressman one it should have been one of the largest donations it had received CNN has ident- Oak Committee CNN has identified that committee as America first action it's chaired by Linda McMahon the former head of the small business administration oh I didn't realize she was already out okay then Rudy Giuliani's indicted UK Ukraine henchman gave thousands of dollars to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy Oh and the dragnet gets wider and wider lovely there's all kinds of stuff empty wheel our friend Marcy Wheeler tweeted so three days ago doubt he's the attorney represent joining these two guys who used to be trump's attorney member the Chunky Guy Anyway three days ago dowd says Parnasse and Fruman won't testify then the White House releases Cipriani's letter that a page letter refusing to cooperate and DOJ says USB Nixon was wrongly decided then Rudy lunches with the accused criminals then they try to flee the country oh what a tangled web we weave yeah
"twenty seven hundred dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Can monitor your sleep and a whole bunch more but it also has a guided reading sessions are which are great when you're cooling down or and also the workouts include swimming so you can track your strokes that what you want to do is wait a little bit before you buy the Fitbit versa because a new model is expected to be released in about two to three weeks second one our list well it's something that I've had for probably two maybe even three years and it's all the craze now is the peloton bike and you do have to have a paid membership in internet connection the bikes touch screen take a part of group fitness style classes are personal trainers right from your home they also do a little bit of yoga and weight training and I will tell you the peloton bike is super expensive twenty four hundred to twenty seven hundred dollars just for this bike I know I said the same thing when I bought it take a deep breath could you look at the actual regulate can I buy one of those for like a hundred dollars and the screen is like a hundred dollars and then you also have to pay forty dollars a month okay number three in our list is something that I've just added to my home gym beer on the wall what's the fitness person of us all here's the deal it's really slick if you have a Kim's club membership the commander committee member she casts see how it works you take one of the number of classes like boxing yoga police and more you work out interactively with various fitness professionals like the peloton does require a subscription the mere itself is about fifteen hundred dollars a monthly subscription is thirty nine dollars that number four list is fitness for after the fact after you did all of that gain you might have some pain right that's where you.
House conservatives call for ethics probe
"House conservatives are calling for ethics probe of the Texas congressman who tweeted the names of truck campaign donors Republicans accuse Democrat walking Castro of attempting to suppress free speech and encouraging harassment of supporters of his opponent simply because of their political beliefs Castro the brother of presidential candidate who Leon treated the names and business interests of forty four Texans who contributed the maximum of twenty seven hundred dollars to Mr trump and he told his followers the contributions were in his words fueling a campaign
"twenty seven hundred dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"About putting these people's names out in public well really there already public they're already out there their lan retirees in one home maker who were not public right and this was already circulating I shared it so I didn't create the graphics I didn't create the graphic what a cop out I didn't create I didn't write the graphic Willie incidently creditor Willie Geist and MSNBC and I heard somebody was that when we get in the background with chirping about whether it's public knowledge yeah that's real public that these homemakers these retirees who donated to the maximum amount which incidently is twenty seven hundred dollars we're not talking mold millions and millions of dollars but there are few lean hate that's what walking Castro said one should be here with Steve Scalise wrote in the Wall Street journal Steve Scalise almost killed on that baseball field in Virginia when a Bernie Sanders supporter try to kill all those Republican congressman representatives to lease rights representative walking Castro tweeted a list of his San Antonio constituents who contributed the maximum legal amount to president trump's reelection campaign the list composed entirely of private citizens describe their occupations or employers some retirees homemakers in military veterans the tweet came on the heels of a mass shooting perpetuated by a white supremacist in el Paso Mr Castro brother and campaign chairman of a democratic presidential candidate tried to try to draw a direct line between his trump supporting constituents and the massacre accusing his constituents of fueling a campaign of hate hours before the twenty Mr trump denounced the hatred bigotry and evil behind the el Paso attack choose to lease rights this insane hyper partisanship is a sickness it's disgusting when some care more about assigning assigning blame for an attack than they do about getting the facts and preventing the next tragedy the man who shot me and others on a baseball field in twenty seventeen was a volunteer for senator Bernie Sanders presidential campaign I don't blame Mister Sanders for the shooting Mr Sanders immediately disavow the man's actions and I believe he meant it he put that gun in my shooters hand hatred is a choice the deranged man who shot me chose to hate his perceived enemies just reserve Hooters in el Paso in Dayton did there are many other similarities between the mass shooters many including my shooter the parkland Florida shooter and the Dayton shooter were known to law enforcement there were warning signs we can and must get better at interpreting these signs sure we have a better chance of preventing mass shootings but that's not all it will take we must turn down the heat on the political rhetoric and focused on healing local communities she writes we must think about how society glorifies and normalizes violence and how we stigmatize mental illness we must investigate how terrorists become radicalized and yes we must pray when we view each other not as neighbors but his political enemies something in the country is fundamentally broken I I happen to agree with Steve Scalise his message very much maybe not everybody will including perhaps Dave here on line three hi Dave welcome to the Mike Allah your show hi Mike she what I want to be a brother from another mother boy my wife and I love you and we listen and I feel honored to be able to be a guest on your broadcast I'm very great and I do you do I do disagree adjusted that let me tell you why first of all I think the chief thing we have to do is prepare that's number one secondly Ephesians five eleven says take no part in the wake of we could be the evil and darkness instead expose them what the right Israeli in to do here is exposed to the left for the radically when you have people saying they had been in the heart I'm I spend every day exposing the red no I'm not I disagree with the fact that you had a caller prior to me who I'm a I'm in agreement with partially and that that is this that there is some blame to be laid at the feet and you know come came out very strong there is some blame to be laid at the feet of the Bernie Sanders of the world who Jack up the rhetoric not in defense but in one sense you know one blank blank you mean blame is the results in these mass shooting we now believes is a nice man and god bless him and thank god he's feeling well and he's in our prayers he's also not the most demonstrably vocal man he's kind of a quiet peaceful gentle giant what people need to do in order to get the right motivated is not blame but call out to be able to say look whoa I mean what kind of dichotomy of ignorance is this that from one town someone who is in support of Warren doesn't get mentioned on the news and from the other town it's all about trump it's twenty four seven that I get it but I'm I'm trying to list here listen carefully to your objection or your mild disagreement admittedly you said and smiled there is a line between what you say calling out and it is very very serious and Dave I urge you not to do what they do if you if you don't like the fact that they're blaming trump for than that for the shooting in el Paso and incidentally you're correct in that the el Paso shooter evidently was that was an anti Hispanic white supremacist the guy in Dayton Ohio was the law a far left activist arguably an anti for supporter and and and the Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders and all the rest of them if we don't like president trump being blamed for el Paso you can't blame them for Dayton double we've got to make them understand that their actions have consequences when Maxine waters and get out get out get paid we we got to be a little stronger well I got it I got it listen I I don't know how much stronger I can get I come to work every day and a lot of us come to work with our our art with with fire in our valley we're passionate we believe the way we believe we are sick of the corruption in the mainstream media hi I heard an interview today with a a mainstream media guide TV guide and he's whining about the wait talk radio and fox news has criticized the media she that's what they hate they don't want any accountability they don't want they don't want anybody to be calling them out why they hate trump they go after trump because he calls them out what do you think every time they hear fake news they cringe what do you call fake news when The New York Times has a headline that is perfectly accurate and believe me millions of leftists liberals are getting their marching orders from The New York Times with the New York times headline that says trump urges unity verses racism and then they get slammed for jailing accurately characterize what the president said so they change their headline to an anti trump headline you don't think there's bias in the mainstream media when the media lies and says the president trump says Mexicans are rapists Cory told Alexander he'll handle more to go back to where she came from leaving out the whole context of what he said when they lie and say the great Charlottesville lie that that I'm sure there are some good white supremacists are good people who are not six when they lie of course they have to be called out your right but I'm sorry Dave with all due respect we must not make the same mistake of the crazy left were then we then we could we become as crazy as they are in blaming Bernie Sanders for the shooting in Dayton Ohio Bernie Sanders as Steve Scalise put it and frankly yes Steve Scalise and maybe a little mild mannered he's no wallflower we've interviewed him before I see him interviewed.
Eddie Gallagher, Iraq And Frank discussed on Sean Hannity
"The seal chief acquitted on most counts as war crimes trial yesterday just sentenced on a lesser charge after speaking to the jury for the first time saying he made mistakes oxygen and also has this live Lisa navy seal chief Eddie Gallagher was acquitted of murdering a captured terrorists in Iraq in twenty seventeen those found guilty of taking a picture with the dead ISIS fighters body incentives for that photo ordering Gallagher's Frank reduced it also for for twenty seven hundred dollars in pay per month for four months this should never have gotten to a trial posing for a photo like that that something is normally handled that a non judicial punishment as Attorney temporal Tories clients now also subject of four months of confinement the maximum the time that he has already served free
"twenty seven hundred dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR
"You. You can still give us a call. There's a little bit of time, left eight hundred three to one zero seven eight hundred three to one zero seven ten right here at W. O. R R. Right. So we're talking about rhino Plassey. But before we get to Reina, Plassey, have you guys at anyone look for a rental apartment in New York lately, have you looked, you know, they're really, it's an amazing thing for three thousand dollars for twenty seven hundred dollars, some of these apartments are just terrible, and you look and there's roaches, and this, and that, well my good friend Bobbi Fallon from Highland falls. New York has the remedy for the New York rental market. Boy, I'll tell you, she's got properties in Highland falls that are absolutely incredible. And they can be yours for probably less than that twenty seven hundred dollars a month that, that fairly discussing apartment in. Hatton brings in so call Bobbi Fallon. I I'm going to give you her number. Then we're gonna talk about one of the properties that she has eight four five four four six two two three eight. If you're sitting in Manhattan, you know, in the old days in the nineteen twenties, and nineteen thirties, nineteen forties when it got hot like this in Manhattan, the horses. Would you know they do their thing in the streets and the sweltering heat? And it smell, and it was disgusting. So everybody went up to the Catskills. That's why the Catskills got famous. And so many people went up there to get out of the heat of the city. I know my grandparents did and, and the Catskills are a little north of Highland falls, Hong falls is forty one miles north of the city but it's absolutely beautiful. Hudson valley is incredible. It's cooler than the city. You've got a great view, and you can get a house for the price of a studio a house in Highland falls. And in fact, there's one at fifty eight under your park, the nicest section of Highland falls over. For looking the Hudson river. It's three bedrooms. It's got a half acre lot, and it overlooks you get sit there with you run up vernaculars and look at the sailboats and all the boats on the Hudson river. It's absolutely beautiful, whether or not, you move up there or just go up for the weekend and get out of the city so that you can breathe. Well, give Bobbi Fallon a call. I think it's on the market for five hundred thirty nine thousand dollars five hundred thirty nine she just lowered it incredible value, fifty eight on your part, give or call eight four five.
Anthony Davis has told Pelicans he won't re-sign
"Came to an end tonight at the hands of the lowly Atlanta Hawks who came at a staple center and used elite run to win one twenty three hundred eighteen rookie. Trae young led the visitors with twenty six points while LA's Tobias Harris led all scorers with thirty. It'll losing effort Ellsberg Golden State wanted to eleven straight with a one thirty to one hundred victory at Indiana while the Knicks lost their tenth straight what a one ninety two to the Hornets. The Rams had patriots kicked off Super Bowl. Wake in Atlanta with the annual media night with players and coaches fielding questions ranging from series. Too outrageous. They were grilled by season football writers and buy more colorful drop ins, including a man in a full clown suit and makeup and several people in full Mexican regalia, including some Burrows Nickelodeon double there was there. Some players even took part in physical challenges like tossing game at midday basketball contest. What I go to the Super Bowl. Tickets are still available Nassar tonight. You could get into the stadium for twenty seven hundred dollars. That's down several hundred bucks from last year. Hubs are actually I tells KNX he expects that to change closer to game time often happens with sort of once in a lifetime bucket list type events we demand for over time. There's no real discernible pattern of winter prices going to drop the prices are gonna go up. He says there could be a dent enthusiasm because the Rams don't have a big following are following at all outside southern California while the patriots. Well, they've been through this before
"twenty seven hundred dollars" Discussed on Fantasy Throwdown Podcast
"It's going to be three grand on green toe. You can get that same Delvin set. The Samsung key success at eighty two inches. You can get that for just over twenty seven hundred dollars, including tax on Amazon, you're gonna be paying tax. I mean, that's just the way it goes nowadays, Amazon's collecting tax three grand plus tax, depending I mean in my neck of woods for New York. You're you're paying almost three hundred dollars in taxes. So again. Green. If you're doing it through there, you can you can get that set including taxes chipping you can get that for just over twenty seven hundred. So I mean, if you're doing the math here. Three grand plus almost three hundred thousand taxes versus just over twenty seven hundred on green toe that six hundred dollars folks that AIn anything sniff at you know, that's a significant savings in your wallet that you could go use to buy sound system to go along for new fancy television set. But these are the things that I talk about because you know, folks have to be cognizant of that. I mean this same same LV said the Q success. If you get the two inch version COSCO's still has a deal through the twenty seventh where certain Samsung sets you get a fifteen percent cash card to shop at a.
Are you ready for Red Dead Redemption 2? (The 3:59, Ep. 480)
"Welcome to the three fifty nine. I'm Ben FOX. And I'm out for dang. And with us today is all star video game reviewer, Jeff Backus Grammy. Guys, quick hurry, four minutes. Go I was gonna I was gonna keep doing the little known fact about Jeff middle name is also FOX. Okay. All right. It's seymour. We don't often talk about video games on the show. But we wanted to take a chance to discuss red dead redemption to which is gaining a lot of attention. So Jeff my first question is why why are people so interested in this game as out it is arguably the most is will sound like a cliche, but it is arguably the most ambitious game ever made come on. It is I may have heard that before. But you chance to explain before. But it turns out it's actually kind of true it is somehow able to create one of the most believable fictionalized world I've ever interacted with. And there is something about this game that it does better than any other game out there where it is chock filled with characters events environmental effects and things that convince you one hundred percent through and through that you are in this western world, and it makes Westworld look like city slickers. So what did you like about the game? And also would didn't you like about the game? There's really not a whole lot of didn't Mike I think for a lot of people they might not be expecting a gain that really takes its time. The way read did does some of it is a drag cowboy life in eighteen ninety nine turns out, not the most exciting thing in the world moment to moment. What I did. You know, love about this game is is how quickly it was able to grab me every there's nothing there's nothing cut and pasted in this game. Every experience is unique every mission every task every actively every objective is is almost this. Bespoke kind of like, you know, beautifully. Crafted meticulous thing that is an absolute marvel to experience it is unlike anything else I've ever played. Well, thanks very much for that. Very quick explanation of red dead redemption to next up if you. One the latest easy sneakers. These days you may need a but to help you out. Alfred you wrote about the world of sneaker head bots. Tell us a little bit about it. Yeah. So I spoke with the creator of one of the more popular sneaker bought out there. The body called cyber AI oh cost about two hundred pounds to get. And then they only one hundred copies of that pot every month, and then people will try to re buy if they miss out on the sale, though, try to buy that bought for about twenty seven hundred dollars sale market on the Botts. Yeah. Market for Botts to buy sneakers. And there's also to buy those Botts now because there's only one hundred copies of them people make bots to buy those spots. And you might be wondering why so many people pay thousands of dollars for for these Botts, even and the big reason is, you know, these sneakers are basically collectibles, like even though these easies Nicos on Saturday going to sell for two hundred dollars a very good chance that on the resale market or. For like eight hundred six hundred dollars or so, and that's just like these knickers. There are sneak like the mardi MC fly sneakers that came out a few years ago, those were on an EBay auction for like forty one thousand dollars because they are extremely rare. And there's a lot of rich people out there that like wanna collect these. So is the people that get these Botts are they more collectors or are they reseller? There's a good chance that they're most likely resellers because like they're basically investing in a tool to help them make more money. I don't think they'd spend that much money to just, you know, collect these knickers on their own, but it would be a healthy investment. I I would say if you're in the re-selling business. All right last Twitter reported a drop of nine million monthly users in its latest quarter. But it stock is way up. Thanks to the company hitting a sizeable profit wanted to pitch question. You guys is Twitter somehow benefiting from all Facebook's, misery. What do you guys think about that? Yeah. I don't think it's her. Hurting them. I mean, but the fact that they lost nine million users seems like a lot. Well, they've been killing off. Incidentally, a lot of bots. Also getting a lot of fake accounts getting out of there. So I think for social media they're getting a different game. Now of I think in the past it used to always be okay. What your daily monthly average user or anything like that? And you know, it was a racist. You could get the most users. But now, I think they're more focusing on engagement and like actual users. And that's why they're okay with killing off all these like bought accounts in the past. They were just there, and it kinda help them inflate their numbers a bit to investors. But now, I think it's much more important for them to say, hey, look, we have a clean and healthy platform. Do you think Jack Dorsey is actually set if identical twins? Why would is? Is that because he's he's actually miraculously running square and Twitter at the same time. It doesn't really feel like he's running Twitter though. I don't know just like a mascot. Yeah. I wanted to mention Derek URS deep dive story about deforestation in the Amazon. The just published today if you wanna read about these stories check us out on CNN. I'm Ben FOX Rueben. I'm out for dank an object back. Thanks for listening.
"twenty seven hundred dollars" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Nell premie another thing actually opens in theaters a week from tomorrow, we're having a special sneak preview tonight in Nashville if you're in the Nashville area, and I was talking with Nick, sir. She the director yesterday, and he says don't worry about reserving, the those you've you've reserved that's great. But he says they will make room for everybody. So it's tonight at seven o'clock at the Hollywood twenty-seven the regal Hollywood twenty seven hundred dollars you just show up. They say they're gonna accommodate you. So we'll. I'll be there, Nick, sir. She the director who also stars in this pictures, well going to be there. And then we'll watch them, by the way. It's not gross. It's rated PG thirteen. It's really about the arrest. The investigation the arrest and the trial of Kermit Gosnell and really the unspeakable ignoring by the media this whole thing. I mean, that's that's some of what they get into as well. So that'll be the nights at the Hollywood twenty-seven regal Hollywood twenty seven hundred oaks at seven o'clock, and we're going to be there. I think station personnel will be there and all sorts of stuff. So they'll direct you to where you need to go. I thought it was kind of ironic. I'm watching. Television last night, and it's the lethal weapon television show. My wife's kinda got me into that. I didn't know there was one Mr. Searcy was on that wasn't really is named popped up. And I talked to him today. What me and Nick just go. Yeah. And he's been. I am db page. He's he's been he's been a lot of stuff. So he's the director. He's also got a role in this. And he's going to be there. He says we'll do the movie, and which I think is about ninety minutes long. And then if you wanna ask him questions afterwards fire away as it were. So that'll be tonight. I'm wondering if the Planned Parenthood folks going to come out and protest. I haven't heard they will encourage them. We got a record low seven hundred and fifty nine tornadoes phone in the US so far this year. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Storm prediction center through October third of this year. They reported that two fewer tornadoes in the previous record low of seven hundred sixty one climate change is causing all this. What do they call it, chaotic weather or whatever? Yes. Record low for tornadoes this year. They're supposed to be more disposed to be way, more and they were supposed to be in places. You never seen them before. That's right. All in Alaska and everywhere else. So. Yeah. Well, we haven't seen that Johnny. It's amazing. Isn't it son of a gun everything? They had in the day after tomorrow just has not come true. No it was a week from Tuesday. That's what y'all just wait. Now. I love watching the movie now just for the comedic effect. I've never seen it. But it's. So was this of, you know, the global woman's gonna 'cause that was the whole thing that it was it was too late to turn back, and, you know, hail balls the size of basketballs and all that stuff and New York gets engulfed by water. Of course, total and nothing's happened. Like that now not even similar not even close to being similar. So I wonder where those folks are today. It's hot in Nashville own. Yeah, it's hot and it's not a record high now. And we haven't I'm trying to think of.
Do people spend less or more money once retired?
"Lots on the agenda today. I'm talking about this before. And I ever every time I see an article on it. I wanna talk more about it. Because it's so important. Let people understand that you do. In fact, spend less money in retirement. I even retirees argue that point. It's hard to argue that somebody retired. She spends more money. The stats don't lie, the bureau of labor statistics. I don't know. I think a lot of. Maybe live. I don't think they do. Anyway, we'll get a chance to talk about that in a moment asset location. That's always an interesting discussion. It's very very I am curious about this. Because. The obvious answer to locating your assets as you put your bonds in your IRA, and you put your stocks in your taxable account, you get better tax treatment. That is conventional wisdom. But as is the case, most of the time conventional wisdom doesn't work for you. Because you are not conventional you are an individual. So we might get a chance to discuss that. Here's a question that was posed on think advisor. At retirement would you pick five hundred thousand dollars in a lump sum payout or twenty seven hundred dollars a month for life. Contemplate that 4._0._1._K loans. I got a lot of questions on those. Borrowing from your 4._0._1._K, etc. Etc. But I start today with this. Read this this morning. And I thought it was kind of interesting and cheesy all at the same time a caffeinated life hack tip from my fa- financial advisor. So you can learn a lot from your financial planner. So this fellow John had a friend. Rick who is financial planner. And they would usually meet at Starbucks. Here's what John had to say we both participate in the Starbucks reward program, which after earning enough points. Let's the customer order anything for free. Oh, I see where this is going. When iron a Starbucks reward. I never think about ordering anything other than my usual. Maybe upsize the order a bit. But not anymore. Not since Rick. My financial adviser opened my eyes to extracting value where you find it. I was with Rick at Starbucks recently. And he had a reward to redeem I was apprised by what he ordered a venti Americano with twenty five shots of Espresso and a large Cup of ice. Of course, as you all know atypical Americano has just one shot of Espresso, some we'll do a double. Forget what they call that a dopey o or something like that. I think. Somebody that drinks and spend the kind of money for two shots of Espresso at Starbucks is a little dopey. Oh. But that's me. I I went to the Donut shop this morning and got a Cup of coffee, and that was probably dopey to I have made it at home for I don't know fifty cents. Maybe max. Anyway, that's not the point. He's got this Espresso with twenty five shots Senate. It's worth twenty bucks. So John goes on to say when we sat down. Rick added a finger of the Alexa to the ice and enjoyed the coffee. He explained that the twenty four shots of Espresso remaining in the Cup with yield at least ten cups of good coffee for the week. Starbucks barista was at once impressed and worried by Rick's order DRO road on the Cup drink with caution. Well, good for him.
"twenty seven hundred dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"That's hard money contributions and there's a lot of evidence that he worked in conjunction with this American media Inc in order to suppress the story of Susan McDougal the or Karen McDougal rather. The the playboy model and the second count against him is that he. Made an excessive contribution he's limited to twenty seven hundred dollars in a cycle because he's not, the candidate and That's something that I think. He obviously, knows you know the other thing, that's important here is he's a lawyer and Trump isn't so there's a much better case. That he understands what the law is and then I guess if I'm sitting at his defense lawyer would I have to, weigh is the fact that in the past the two federal agencies. That are charged with enforcing these laws the Federal Election Commission and the Justice. Department have interpreted them differently and the Justice department has a much more aggressive interpretation of them and I imagine the lawyer who I happen to know and there's a very good lawyer must've. Thought there was a good chance that if he didn't plead guilty that. Go to trial and get convicted and that's always worse in terms of the sentencing possibilities Now if the president Gave reimbursed him what does? That, change if anything Well as far as the president is, concerned? He as the candidate doesn't have a limit right I don't think it changes anything as to Cullen because the act of fronting. The money, in the, first place is, a contribution and that's you know if you want you decide it's an incline contribution that the. Nature of this transaction is an. In kind contribution that's the first issue you raised, and I still think it's the most important one but let's assume. For argument's sake that it is Cohen still has twenty seven hundred. Dollar limit that he has to worry about because, until he's been reimbursed that's you, know that is And I'm, sorry go, on what I was gonna say if there's a reporting requirement has to both of them so whether, Trump? Reimburses or not you know Cohen has to read all of this is based on the assumption that this, is a campaign, contribution correct But if that went before? A jury and, the defense attorney for Cohen said give, me a break no man wants an affair publicized so, it's your relevant whether he was, running for, office or not he would have paid these women or this woman what wouldn't that fly with a jury It, might or might not. But the you know the the. The crapshoot as it were for those defendant lawyer when we have. A murky statutes work with it worked in Edwards. Case and that was a lot more But he rolled the dice then if I. Mean he went to trial he could have been convicted and remember the judge allowed the case to go to the jury this is, not a situation where the judge heard the government's, case and dismissed for wanted evidence what happened was the judge made a ruling that a rational juror based on what the government. Presented could convict didn't mean it would but that that's the basis on. Which the judge let's, case the jury and what. Ended up, happening was, the jury, can acquitted on one count and hung on the other five so it's a murky result in connection with a capricious set, of laws if you ask me That's interesting that you feel it would be a. Roll of the dice I think I'm in tune with with the the. My fellow citizens mentality And If I were on a, jury even if I didn't like the person Is a left-wing democrat I. Wouldn't vote to convict nobody wants, it publicized if they had an affair But that's not cones issue that's Trump's issue and. I think, with respect to Trump that, would've been a. Much better defense that what is count care you know as far. As I'm. Concerned he's a lawyer, he's got a twenty seven hundred. Now that may see so. Coal so wait so. In other words let's say It were post, election no campaign. And it came out after after Donald Trump won the election you. Don't think. Cone would have given, the money.
"twenty seven hundred dollars" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of money to a candidate directly so right now you can't get more than twenty seven hundred dollars to a candidate for a federal election that law might be struck down i think all of this is going to come down to the question of chief justice roberts who will be in the position of the new swing justice he's going to have to decide when he wants to spend his political capital does he want to overrule the remaining part of the voting rights act or does he want to kill it without cuts that was rick hassen he's a law professor at uc irvine he's also author of the book the justice of actions antonin scalia and the politics of disruption in theory the latest news on affirmative action changes nothing laws affecting diversity in schools remained the same here's what has changed president obama's administration offered advice on how to work for racial diversity within the law president trump's administration just withdrew that guidance npr's rachel gotbaum reports after two supreme court rulings on how race could be used in college admissions the obama administration issued guidance to schools on how to diversify their student population but on tuesday attorney general jeff sessions announced that this administration would rescind that guidance vanita gupta ran the civil rights division at the justice department under obama she says the guidance clarified the law the two thousand eleven and two thousand sixteen died ince's really just underscored the federal government's commitment to diversity in higher education and he said that schools can use race as one factor among others in determining how to have a diverse student body the current administration clearly disagrees and calls the guidance outdated and inconsistent with current law but civil rights groups say the move actually sets the country back derrick johnson runs the n double acp it is true that administration is seeking to make america great again by turning america back to nineteen fifties reality but some groups say they've lost ground because of the obama era policy yukon zsa was president of the asian american coalition for education he says college admissions for asian americans have been capped for many years and that needs to change i think it's a new chips for asian mexican shootin because the from today that discrimination you know the unlawful discrimination against outshooting would be significantly reduced zhao's group and others have issued complaints with the department of justice against several ivy league schools and say they have been urging the trump administration to do away with obama's admissions guidance in june plaintiffs in a lawsuit against harvard say they found patterns of discrimination in the schools admissions process despite the trump administration's reversal on guiding colleges to consider race in admissions those that support affirmative action say they will continue to work to diversify college campuses we intend to proceed without asking anyone's permission lily eskillson garcia is president of the national education association we can work directly with higher education we can work directly even with state legislators here's the thing we're going to do do what's right for students no matter what with justice anthony kennedy about to retire civil rights groups worry that i'm more conservative court could do away with affirmative action altogether for npr news i'm rachel gotbaum and this afternoon on all things considered an all republican congressional delegation visits russia tell your smart speaker to play npr or.
Shannon, Obama and President discussed on Gary and Shannon
"Shannon will continue rich murata sitting in for for shannon today amy king what's going on california lawmakers are expected to vote to prohibit new local taxes on soda for the next twelve years the makers of soda and other sugary drinks are fighting hard against a growing wave of taxation by local government entertaining more and more to state legislatures for really former president obama is in la to help the dnc raise some cash tickets start at twenty seven hundred dollars and go up to one hundred thousand dollars the fundraiser will be obama's second in the la area since he left office last year former president of the soviet union mikhail gorbachev says next month us russia summit could become an historic event russia's president vladimir putin and us president trump are set to meet until i sixteenth in helsinki finland your forecast and what slowing you down.
"twenty seven hundred dollars" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Right yeah it was i just remember it was crazy like no one's going to buy that car in a crazy thing is i think if i remember correctly i paid twenty seven hundred dollars for that car brand new okay brand new and i drove it in chicago i drove it to the west coast i drove it back to iowa i had an iowa for years i drove it back to the west coast i shipped it to hawaiian it stayed in hawaii and i think i sold it when it was seven years old for four grant that is appreciation day never never ever ever happen again the gas shortage now things and the value of cars changed it was crazy the thing actually went up doubled in value after seven years what i love about your story is that taking us back to the advent of the japanese import right and how a lot of folks just don't wait a minute jaffe come on and now the sole established largest automobile manufacturer the world and now the koreans with hyundai and kia right when they first came out yeah you gotta be kidding me why do they got behind the wheel of a stinger nice car holy mac dude it is remarkable of what they've done and so that badge acceptance will be similar it's funny i've had several occasions to rent cars recently and you know it just blows me away it's nuts i love talking car so there you got to orange cars out of the first three two out of three.
"twenty seven hundred dollars" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Me and my wife that twenty seven hundred dollars k which would have translated fifty four hundred dollars total right for them coming in meant that the expense that they were having to put into a repair on their vehicle would have been covered now that it's what is it sixteen hundred that they're so graciously gonna give us right so they're thirty they cut eleven yeah they cut eleven hundred or yet twenty two hundred total out of that they have to come up with another thousand on top of that especially in tight times and economic times they've not seen a pay raise you you've you're cutting corners on going out and eating this is why restaurants are closing this is why art guys you know photographers and stuff shoot go down to the saturday ma i can't wait to see the saturday mark their market they won't be selling anything because nobody can afford it has extra money i have a friend who has a restaurant in my husband and i were there a couple of weeks ago and he came out and said hello and he said this he said over last year they're down eighteen percent yeah i've got a friend that is close look they've closed certain restaurants of there there's constricting down because they were they were losing throughout continuous i've seen the same thing in the bar industry and the hospitality industry i mean people are saying over i mean you hear it with taxicabs in the taxi cab drivers they'll just blame uber but the fact of the matter is people aren't traveling as much they're they're finding other ways because they just don't have the money now i'm gonna transition for a second because this is a story that suzanne downing with mustard alaska has out and hit is i have to tell you i have not heard anybody talk about this this has a potential to be a big story so if you have not heard this listen to this election division kept hacking attack secret.
"twenty seven hundred dollars" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Oh now we find out rosie o'donnell even worse rosie apparently to evade that twenty seven hundred dollar ceiling on donations because she had extra money and wanted to donate it was filling out donations wet for fake names these these are credible allegations out there that she was donating and fake names to supersede the guideline of twenty seven hundred per person per person meaning the donor not the recipient it's got to get arrested folks that you like the new rules listen i'm sorry i am sorry democrats that you have chosen to weaponize government we have warned you forever conservatives libertarians and good republicans out there we have warned you forever that during the obama administration the clinton administration and others when you weaponize the tools of government to attack your political opponents not based on credible enforcement of the law and a legitimate public threat but based on political differences come on joe do you think prosecuting finish desouza was really worth our tax dollar time we've got a drug problem we've got a problem in this country we'd street crime gangs you're wasting federal dollars and federal resources on the next the sousa you dopes are you serious but now that these are the new rules folks i would strongly suggest you write your congressman and say when's the investigation rosie starting listen i get it i get it that there were even going to be some conservatives who object to this i get it that's fine you know my email you know where to find me i'd love to hear it.
"twenty seven hundred dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"I'm sorry i'm just throwing this out just because life in the prison or i must return to the view one of one of the punishments we'll let her design according to the post analysis of campaign violence the liberal comedian has regularly broken federal election commission rules limiting the total any one person can give an individual candidate of twenty seven hundred dollars per election the limit applies separately if if the if the if you hit over the twentyseven the candidates should refund the money donald says she often donates alabama senator doug jones disclosed forty seven hundred from donald in his special general election bid last year counter lamb thirty six hundred so they actually went and looked at all the ones where she gave over was twenty nine hundred twenty seven hundred twenty thousand seven hundred per election so there you go so arrester throw in jail our jails aren't full enough or put her back on the view and a couple of other stories that we covered early in the show but we've got to make sure people that are waking up here it was wonderful over the weekend watching michael moore tweet on social media tweet on twitter michael moore argued the karl marx had it right it was karl marx's birthday and so he wrote a bunch of different things on twitter though the rich of often sought to distort him or even use him time has shown that in the end marks was actually mostly right and that the aristocrats slave owners the bankers and the goldman sachs were wrong happy birthday karl marx you're right moore said another tweet saturday that most young americans prefer socialism over capitalism and so that's where michael moore wishes to had michael moore's promotion of communism on saturday i thought it was very interesting from somebody who has been a door by the democrat party for over twenty years for all the movies that he has come out and all the publicity that he has gotten at conventions and the support from democrats and the.
"twenty seven hundred dollars" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"That amendment to the budget for this twenty seven hundred dollar dividend that wasn't supposed to pass that was not supposed to pass that's why it took him so long they had to wait until they had the majority back to to vote it down now what what part does the minority play in this or the fiscal conservatives on the only part they play in it is if they're going to draw then that three quarters vote to to get the cpr draw and they're not gonna get they're gonna get it you're going to have some socalled republicans so called conservative republicans they're gonna flip and unfortunately it's going to happen the writings on the wall i could probably tell you who they're who they're going to be but i'm not going to do it publicly you'll see when the time comes but that is about the only thing that minority has to do with anything going on in june right now is day they have a bit of they have to be placated a given something in order for their cpr vote well i'm i'm guessing you can we can probably guess on who those are going to those would be the republicans who are in height racer probably from anchorage i don't really want to spend too much more time down now habits special session to come back and actually do a real budget that you know demonstrate some kind of fiscal sanity because there is no fiscal sanity in this budget came out budget came out of the house i know i was one of the ones that say hey it's one point five billion dollars higher than the governor's proposed and the reason that extra billion was in there is because for the ak ellen g last year the governor did not have a cap we did not the legislature did not put a cap on him saying okay you can only receive this much money and it's it's receipt authority you know the chinese japanese whoever could give us only so much amount of money there was no cap this year they put a billion dollar cap which has subsequently been taking out of the.
"twenty seven hundred dollars" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Sure well the short version step outside of the technical details is the democrats decided that vote last week support the dividend was wrong so they walk that back they will kill to twenty seven hundred dollar full dividend for this year and it's this morning and this afternoon they kind of went back and forth over what to do they decided that they were going to adopt a paul seton amendment which took the gfd from twenty seven hundred dollars down to sixteen hundred dollars so about nine hundred dollar cut for everyone and and then then about sixty three percent of of money from the earnings reserve to state government to maintain the sheer size it wow how am i right in in hearing what i'm hearing that this year's budget clearly as bigger than last year's budget but the budget that's being proposed at this point is still a little bit bigger than even the increased budget the government governor submitted yeah yeah there's increases all across the board as as you well know the budget goes up every year state employees you know salaries have to go up every year and he's continued to go down nobrainer pfc's is state law i stand on the side of the state law and then when you look at it from purely economic terms we are expanding government through taking the dividend were expanding it multiple ways the most easy way to point to is we're taking you know somewhere between fifteen twenty five thousand laughs and we are pushing them below the poverty line that means they're you know twenty thousand so last in the now are eligible and in we spend money to recruit them on to our public assistance roles so then we spend more money than we are quote unquote saving by feeling dividend on welfare and of course that just his government's not a particularly efficient or good expansions guys what we're saying is that we know how to send me your money that you do and how often does government actually get it not now i second that i am to tell you i think the private sector can in does do better spending our money than government ever will i think that's just a nobrainer like you said yeah gordon the private sector economy people losing their jobs they're getting to work hours and and some number of them for my district and other parts of the state.
"twenty seven hundred dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Twenty seven hundred dollars off there we go right and so what happened eighteen months ago because you obviously just stopped going crazy 'cause you're crazy and then went the other direction on fire i mean you did this is amazing i think it was just that at the end of the month not having any money in realizing that we both have good jobs we make these money in every month at the in you know wondering where our money went and just gonna be in a shame that you know we don't have anything to show for it and no with our heaven degrees in the counting of finance i think that played a part in it to that you know is like no there's no reason for us to be live in this way so what happened told me of story we just kept talking about it and trying to figure out you know ahead what i considered a budget ahead are income listed and then a list of all of our expenses but the definitely wasn't a zerobased budget in every month we should ahead three to five hundred dollars left and we were coming up five to seven hundred dollar short so we just pulled from home equity line of credit to cover everything and we're like this is just ridiculous and then he heard about you through some friends we heard about it at church and then we just this audit let's take the class boca she took furniture brochures we did was they aha and give you the tactical things the what to do first second third and how to go through lilian hearing it from a biblical perspective and the way that you explain it just spoke to us very cool how long you've been married will kind of a funny story we've got married into doesn't in got divorced that's where the rental house came from when i bought a house during the divorce we got remarried two thousand thirteen so now we've been married going on five years and so this is kind of everything.
"twenty seven hundred dollars" Discussed on WCTC
"A dangerous precedent to allow a major party candidate to hijack a primary to launder money the way hillary did if you if you're not familiar with the way donna brazile land laid things out basically every campaign has a contribution maximum there's a campaignfinance laws ruled that the maximum amount of money you can donate to a president central candidate a believed to be twenty seven hundred dollars but would hillary did and taking over the dnc finances is there the maximum on how much you can donate to a party is i believe almost three hundred fifty three thousand dollars and what happened his people were able to its bigger than that it's almost five hundred thousand dollars right john what do you think isn't it like a huge number isn't i just wanna be accurate i almost believe it's five hundred twenty thousand dollars right i believe that's right now 520 so let's go to jim j bullock for the block here on hollywood squares uh i believe is one hundred twenty thousand dollars which he did as she essentially laundered money because you can only give twenty seven hundred or camp to her campaign but if you donated five hundred thousand dollars to the dnc because she controlled the finances she could take that money out of the dnc and put it back into her campaign by all accounts a money laundering operation and it does set a very dangerous precedent to let a candidate get away with that but at the same time you don't want to portray her as a victim and i feel like if trump would a try to prosecute her for this i feel like it would portray her as a victim in society and maybe even create the kind of sympathy that would give people an appetite for another clinton candidacy and i'm telling you it's this the one thing we really don't need you know you can tell listening to my acts that i'm not really an expert on anything you wanna talk about losing exorbitant amounts of money on sports betting are eating within an inch of my life yeah expert actually legitimately an expert it'd be avowed victorian that any school on those who topics.
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"But as its growing in popularity while it's not practical and you know bitcoin is at twenty seven hundred dollars to one us dollar so that's an incredible growth and so there's been just an increase in influx of people trying to use and by so it's made this scaling problem a huge issue and so there were two factions one faction was his a they were they're calling it segue it and that segregated witness so the people who wanted a soft fork like a a small change not a new currency but just let's improve the software the segregated witness was a rule change that let more transactions into a bloc that would be attached to the block chen the ledger the record of all transactions and so this like i said was called a soft fork and it wouldn't result in a new currency but that didn't happen a group made bitcoin cash and this is called a hard fork like oh sang and so the creators released totally new software that allows eight times the number of transactions per block so that means the transactions are going to be faster the one reason why people think bitcoin caches a threat is because you need more powerful computers to process these so it as bitcoin only you can only do seven transactions per second it it kind dealt allowed this small community of of you know miners in in somewhere in china or elsewhere to have the whole place to themselves but you now need incredibly powerful computers to keep up so.