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Research Shows It’s Never Too Late for Cancer Patients To Quit Smoking

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Research Shows It’s Never Too Late for Cancer Patients To Quit Smoking

"New research by the World Health Organization shows when cancer patients stop smoking they heal faster experience fewer side effects from treatment and lower the chances of tumors returning doctor Mike Fiori the director of the center for tobacco research and intervention at the university of Wisconsin school of medicine and public health says it's never too late for patients to quit we now call smoking cessation S. fourth hello our cancer care along with chemotherapy surgery and radiation therapy quitting smoking has almost an equal impact is those other approaches a twenty seven million dollar national Cancer Institute program is helping fifty three cancer centers integrate tobacco treatment into care I'm surely after

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GameSquare Esports Acquires Complexity Gaming

Esports Minute

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

GameSquare Esports Acquires Complexity Gaming

"Gaming has been acquired by game Square Esports in a twenty-seven million dollar deal. Thanks to the close ties between the Dallas Cowboys NFL team and complexity Jerry Jones will help lead game scores raise of 17 herbs in Canadian dollars and cowboys CFO Tom Walker. And Travis God will be part of game squares board of directors. The NFL theme has also reportedly entered, a partnership deal with game square with complexity, CEO, Jason Lake staying on to lead the org. That will also become game squares. Global head of Esports, the move will look to strengthen the Cowboys and a game squares growing East towards portfolio. The

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Why Tech Visionary Irma Olguin Jr. Went Back to Her Farming Roots

Latina to Latina

01:59 min | 5 months ago

Why Tech Visionary Irma Olguin Jr. Went Back to Her Farming Roots

"Year junior turned a lot of heads when she raised twenty seven million dollars in series a funding and incredible amount of money and the largest ever for a lengthy her company bit wise trains people to work in tech. It develops software and invest in real estate. The whole concept is inspired by parts of your own personal journey and offers really powerful model for rebuilding and reimagining underdog cities. It must so much of we are we built. Goes back to where you come from. Can you take me back to growing up in the central valley in the nineties. When folks extra california they think palm trees they think of beaches. That can come hollywood. I think of the bay area but a lot of people don't conjure an image of when it comes to central california is like giant magnificent loss of produce in atalante. They may not realize that the central valley inside california's responsible for exporting between twenty and thirty percent of the world's food agriculture has been the driving industry here since these cities were born. And think that that really is what people think of. Like heartland america i think of cornfields and buckeyes and i'm talking about grapes and almonds and teaches cows. You know just a different image. I think than than what most people think of as california so when you imagine yourself there in the nineties or you're managing yourself. They're here in in central california two things to know number one that creates a system where almost like modern day feudalism where the folks who own operate the land really. That's where wealth is concentrated. And then i think secondly is that there's another side of that coin which is the labor that powers the land and gets that land to produce

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"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

01:52 min | 6 months ago

"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Few of those cases resulted in criminal charges and a fraction of them led to convictions. Even if the incidents were captured on camera as in the case of rodney king's beating by los angeles police officers and march nineteen ninety-one. Make no mistake. There were videos. Before and justice in the courtroom did not follow the reverend al sharpton in minneapolis for the trial's opening set outside the government center sharpton crump and several members of the floyd family and legal team along with activists kneeled for nearly nine minutes to illustrate what crump described as the tortuously long period. That show wtn's knee remained on floyd's neck that act. Prosecutors argue was a cause of floyd's death today starts a landmark trial that will be a referendum on how far america has common. It's quest for equality and justice for all trump said adding. This murder. case is not hard. Justin miller a logger. Who represented george floyd daughter in the twenty seven million dollars. Civil settlement reached in march between the city of minneapolis and floyd's family agreed. George floyd didn't die. He was murdered. Said miller and when a person is murdered there must be justice. there must be retribution. Few have missed or failed to describe the chauvin trial as a critical moment and an inflection point in american. If chauvin is convicted the trial will make history in a city whose police department has a long history of racist incidents and a long history of police. Officers not being held accountable. If he's acquitted that would make it difficult if not impossible to gain convictions of any of the other officers involved and could ignite a new surge in nationwide protests. Make no mistake. Sharpton said chauvinism in court but america is on trial..

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Jury selection in 3rd week for ex-cop's trial in Floyd death

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Jury selection in 3rd week for ex-cop's trial in Floyd death

"It's week three for jury selection in the trial of a former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd thirteen jurors have been seated for Derek chauvinist trial on murder and manslaughter charges the judge has said two more will be seeded ahead of opening statements expected March twenty ninth only twelve will deliberate the others will be alternates needed only if some jurors are unable to serve for any reason on Friday a Hennepin county judge Peter Cahill declined a defense request to delay or move chauvinist trial over concerns at a twenty seven million dollars settlement for Floyd's family had tainted the jury pool I'm showing up where

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Judge limits evidence, refuses to move trial in Floyd death

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Judge limits evidence, refuses to move trial in Floyd death

"The judge in the trial of a former Minneapolis police officer charged in George Floyd's death says he'll allow limited evidence from an earlier arrest and declined to delay or move the proceedings defense attorney Eric Nelson sought to halt or move the Minneapolis trial after the Minneapolis city council announced it approved a twenty seven million dollar settlement for George Boyd's family judge Peter Cahill called the timing unfortunate but said a delay or moving the trial would do nothing to stem the problem I don't think there's any place in the state of Minnesota that has not been subjected two extreme amounts of publicity of this case the judge ruled that the jury can hear limited evidence from Floyd's twenty nineteen arrest behavior is remarkably similar like swallow drugs after police confronted him that's the point of cause of death and medical condition may sixth is relevant the panel will include twelve jurors and two alternates with opening statements scheduled for March twenty ninth I'm Jennifer king

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7 jurors in Chauvin trial to be called back over $27 million settlement

NPR News Now

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

7 jurors in Chauvin trial to be called back over $27 million settlement

"A judge is considering whether to postpone the trial of derek chauvin. The former minneapolis police officer charged in the killing of george. Floyd after a major civil settlement was announced matt's epic of minnesota public radio reports on friday minneapolis. City leaders agreed to pay the floyd family record. Twenty seven million dollars to settle a wrongful death. Suit attorney eric. Nelson who represents jovan in the separate criminal case says news coverage of the settlement could prejudice jurors. He also questioned the timing of the announcement midway through jury. Selection judge peter. Kay hill called the timing unfortunate. I wish they hadn't it. But i don't sense any evil intent on the timing even as he considers delaying the trial k. Hill is pressing ahead with jury selection

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Derek Chauvin’s attorney asks for continuance and change of venue in George Floyd case

What A Day

02:50 min | 6 months ago

Derek Chauvin’s attorney asks for continuance and change of venue in George Floyd case

"Let's turn to another continuing story. The trial of derek chauvin. What is with this new round of requests from vince team. Yeah so to back up derek. Chauvin defense attorney is now asking a judge to redo the part of the jury selection process that they've already completed and he's also asking again that the whole trial be moved out of hennepin county. The legal team is claiming that the twenty seven million dollars awarded to george floyd family by the city of minneapolis. Last week could taint prospective jurors for a couple reasons first the settlement which is the biggest in the history of minnesota is tantamount to the city in a guilty verdict in the criminal trial second. They're claiming that the settlement being a news item means that it would no longer be possible for chauvin to get a fair trial in the county. Where floyd was actually killed. Yeah i think that this has been a news item for as long as it has happened yet. Murder off and makes the news especially if it occurs on camera yes i think yes So reading between the lines it does seem like show vince. Lawyers want to put this offer as long as possible and move it as far from minneapolis as possible. I have a personal theory about why they wanna do that. But i would love to hear your thoughts. Yeah i mean gideon if you were innocent and positive that a jury would acquit you based on the evidence available. Would you want your lawyer to delay your trial. I i would not. I guess show. Vince team is hoping that people will be less mad or remember less clearly. What happened if more time passes between chauvin killing a man and going on trial for killing a man and as far as moving the venue from hennepin county which contains minneapolis in his thirteen percent. Black to another part of minnesota which outside of hennepin county is less than seven percent black. I can't quite put my finger on why they'd wanna do that I see what you did there and that that has historical precedents to of You moving venues to try to get the verdict that you want to. What are the chances that show vince. Lawyers will get their way here. So based on what. The judge has already said pretty low but not zero. It looks like the request to physically move. The trial is the one least likely to be fulfilled the judge who has already denied the lawyers request to move the trial has resisted this latest attempt although the judge acknowledged that the timing of the settlement was quote. Unfortunate judge peter kahlil who is overseeing. The trial has said that he wishes that city officials would quote. Stop talking about the case so much. But he didn't think they were talking about the case publicly with the intention of tainting the jury and speaking of the jury seven jurors have already been selected and they will be called back in to answer some questions about the floyd family settlement. One juror was dismissed yesterday. When she said she quote almost gasped at the size of the settlement other remaining jurors one is black one is mixed race and one is hispanic. The rest are white. The court is looking to see twelve. Total with two

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Floyd family agrees to $27M settlement amidst ex-cop's trial

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

Floyd family agrees to $27M settlement amidst ex-cop's trial

"The family of George Floyd has reached a civil settlement that attorney Ben Crump says will send a powerful message that black lives do matter the city of Minneapolis has agreed to pay twenty seven million dollars to settle a civil lawsuit from George Boyd's family over the black man's death in police custody Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frye appeared at a news conference on Friday with members of George Boyd's family and their attorneys a centuries in the making of reckoning around racial justice my family attorney Chris Stewart said the decision may affect other cities trying to decide if they should get rid of no knock warrants or chuckles do we want to change these policies they have twenty seven million reasons now why they should place nephew Brandon Williams this is a new step in the healing process meanwhile judge Peter Cahill is reinstated to third degree murder charge as jury selection continues in the trial of the former officer who held his knee on George place neck for nearly nine minutes I'm Jennifer king

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Amid Pandemic, Airlines Forge a New Survival Metric: Daily Cash Burn

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Amid Pandemic, Airlines Forge a New Survival Metric: Daily Cash Burn

"Tomorrow and the days to follow. We'll bring a peek inside the books of the Big Airlines Delta United American and southwest will report earnings and there's a phrase you will undoubtedly here around as they detail how they are getting through the pandemic cash burn. And among the many questions we have is how long can you burn cash when there is so very little of it coming in we as marketplace's into your to explain. A company's cash burn rate measures how quickly IT spending its financial reserves the International Air Transport Association says. Airlines will burn through more than seventy seven, billion dollars during the second half of this year Brian Pierces that group chief economist most companies particularly, airlines just don't have revenues coming in, but they can't get rid of all of their cost at the moment. So they are running down there cash balances. In the bank they opening cash at a rate of many millions of day last quarter. Delta. Reported a daily burn rate of twenty, seven million dollars but I just found out that airlines calculate cash burn differently. Yeah. That was news to me as well. Read Snyder runs the airline industry blog cranky flier as figured casper and it's okay we had this much cash. Now we have this much cash but no. They're all kinds of little carve-outs in in differences between the airlines whether an airline includes principal payments or debt service payments in their cash burn will tell a different story to investors but no matter how the numbers calculated unrelenting cash burn means more debt former airline executive and industry analyst Robert Man puts it this way you go to the red to place by a bunch of furniture and burden. Slough to pay for it ultimately, but you brought it expenses don't go away just because people aren't flying but jack her shoe follows distress businesses for SNP global market intelligence says the airlines are in better shape than they're letting on. They've got almost uniformly more than a year and some cases more than two years of running room with cash as it currently stands in the balance sheet before they end up in trouble because before the pandemic hit, the industry was making enough cash to burn.

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Zoom booms as pandemic drives millions to its video service

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Zoom booms as pandemic drives millions to its video service

"The coronavirus lockdown has made zoom video communications the latest internet gold mine from business meetings to online classes to happy hours zoom is booming it posted a first quarter profit of twenty seven million dollars up from one hundred ninety eight thousand a year ago its stock has more than tripled in price this year and its market value of roughly fifty nine billion dollars is now higher than the four biggest U. S. airlines combined zooms once a week privacy controls help make it very easy to use but it led some schools to stop using it for online classes it's introduced more protections that have brought some back into the fold Sager mag ani Washington

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Zoom booms as pandemic drives millions to its video service

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Zoom booms as pandemic drives millions to its video service

"The coronavirus lockdown has made zoom video communications the latest internet gold mine from business meetings to online classes to happy hours zoom is booming it posted a first quarter profit of twenty seven million dollars up from one hundred ninety eight thousand a year ago its stock has more than tripled in price this year and its market value of roughly fifty nine billion dollars is now higher than the four biggest U. S. airlines combined zooms once a week privacy controls help make it very easy to use but it led some schools to stop using it for online classes it's introduced more protections that have brought some back into the fold Sager mag ani Washington

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Zoom booms as pandemic drives millions to its video service

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Zoom booms as pandemic drives millions to its video service

"The coronavirus lockdown has made zoom video communications the latest internet gold mine from business meetings to online classes to happy hours zoom is booming it posted a first quarter profit of twenty seven million dollars up from one hundred ninety eight thousand a year ago its stock has more than tripled in price this year and its market value of roughly fifty nine billion dollars is now higher than the four biggest U. S. airlines combined zooms once a week privacy controls help make it very easy to use but it led some schools to stop using it for online classes it's introduced more protections that have brought some back into the fold Sager mag ani Washington

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California prepares for more wildfires as coronavirus challenges budget

Pacifica Evening News

01:50 min | 1 year ago

California prepares for more wildfires as coronavirus challenges budget

"California governor Gavin Newsom today provided an update on the state's wild fire prevention preparedness one day before he introduces may's budget revision for the budget year that begins July first KPFA is luminous reports as California enters another wildfire season in the midst of the cove in nineteen pandemic governor Gavin Newsom says the corona virus crisis when I keep the state from focusing on preventing wildfires will focus on C. nineteen were focused on corona virus mitigation tried to do our best to suppress the spread at the same time we've got to mitigate and suppress these fires as we move into wildfire season this is top priority of the state legislature and our administration and I want folks to know that we are not going to step back despite the economic headwinds of our responsibility to meet this moment as well as we try to meet so many other moments in the midst of this crisis you want to use the revised budget proposals the legislature Thursday LA no what measures the may revise include to mitigate wildfires this year it increases the office of emergency services budget by a hundred and twenty seven million dollars eighty five point seven million dollars more to cal fire to hire additional personnel before peak fire season the governor also says the state will get an additional twenty six new fire engines and new Black Hawk helicopters but the governor says they had to pull back in certain areas in the budget to the office of emergency services and cal fire because of the deficits because my cove in nineteen he stresses California and other western states need support from the federal government two days ago we sent a letter signed not only by six governors from six different states

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"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:25 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Everyday after eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six is the phone number is six o'clock Mike friend says of course comes your way don't primary process on the other side of the glass to live from the Telfair ties studio nobody but nobody but nobody nobody can be style for a tire with nobody yeah Jarod promise in a few minutes is fishing finishing up some duties and join us but I I tried to negotiate with Jared a couple months ago about a potential bench trade for the Mets and obviously we live in a different world a world in which you when I thought the right eve calling for money with us and so yeah you look at me okay a little differently without the confidence that you can recite him I mean giving up three or four significant prospects for him or no was Syndergaard as I mentioned to Jared it's a lot different when it's a one year rental Joel Sherman who does a fine job breaking all this stuff had a story this morning about how the Mets did engage the red Sox many Indians for Francisco indoor and Mookie Betts now I'm not sure if Brody's engaging in the back of his mind thinking Colin's money is coming the way we are if you broke the engagement yes you'll appreciate the recording all we broke that engagement badly the Mets insisted that Jeff make meal was a non starter not for the man down starring in that make meal is and you can understand it is very handy why brought him up a couple weeks ago we were talking about are not he's young he's cheap and is controllable it is really good and that's appealing to a lot of teams so that's why the assumption is if you're the Indians view the red rocks of Iraqis and they are not case you're asking for McNeil and that the Mets made it a pretty good offer he said they made an offer packaged around Brandon Nimmo or JD Davis and one of their top infield prospects other runny Mauricio's their top prospect Andres Jimenez jump a couple of spots down and that was their offer Mookie Betts the problem was and I and I think this is ultimately the problems using logic Mookie Betts was gonna make twenty seven million dollars this year and the Mets would never gonna never that kind of figure never so absolutely no it it then they would be forced to trade Jed Lowrie who doesn't have a lot of value they be forced to trade away for his first met hit okay tension game winning home all right well I didn't say that okay should feel ground balls shortstop finds all all right that's my prediction right so at least we know if this makes any met fan feel good they were trying their effort in to make a deal for Linda were bats but if they traded let's say the red Sox did accept the deal centered around JT Davis Brandon them all Austin like Mauricio who is their top prospect for Mookie Betts and they made that deal at in the moment I think would be ecstatic which adds great movies here it's gonna play center field in the US on for five more years if that deal goes down and then the cold wind deal falls apart we be panicking would that work of course they gave all full of that for one year right yeah meanwhile look if they won the World Series it would be worth a year otherwise you wouldn't know otherwise you'd say wait a second Lynn door the thing about Linda when it's not that I wouldn't want to measure tree for Francisco individually player and he's better than adversarial is that you look at and sorry and you say Hey that deliver be Lynn door his chance get even better in a big step ladder being those how good he can be he is all grown men which I love that no I like I like that too but there comes a point we got to go get the better all I understand still there is something that I I do have that attachment with this guy and and is an outside you you said that as an outside we don't know how good it could be right now I don't think I'll ever be as good as Francisco indoor I don't know if that'll ever happen but I was always more interested in the idea of trading for Mookie Betts then the idea of trading for Francisco indoor and when I had talked to Carrabba's a couple months ago the offer right may I don't think you would have done at this point and I was I was mentioning the name no listen to go down there as a chip to use in a deal like that that was also in prior does act we really right right so right and our brain you'd say well then you make more of an effort to re sign Zack Wheeler training for a guy like movie but it never came about it the Mets never felt like they were serious contenders for bats and now movies end up in Los it has ended up in Los Angeles with the Dodgers and I still think there's uncertainty about its future not only Mookie Betts a lock to resign in LA well you you know you gotta figure you want to get the free agency right yeah so when you get this close to free agency he you want to go for you want to see what's out there you want to see how much money you could actually get on the open market and a bookie has an MVP caliber year which is certainly capable of the guy won the MVP year ago then why won't you get three hundred fifty million dollars now but what have you would think so and the only way the Mets will be involved in a bidding like that is it will Ponselle the tape really took billionaire right it is a few steps here will Ponselle the teen and actually give up control once they sell it gives one of what a novel concept that is not only that the older the guy who buys the team has to be willing to write out of the gate write a check right sign a guy like movie but it is amazing that we've come to this point where the Boston Red Sox who have won championships over the last twenty years really since for we've kind of view them differently they have this a lead player that they develop I really thought a year and a half ago Mookie Betts said Erin judge was going to be our generations not comparing them but our generation's debate of Jodie versus Ted Williams that that's gonna be odd to me for a generation where who's better who's better we had G. during Garcia power for awhile but it went away it is no more ended up you know trade right right and fell off the face once he got traded it was basically the end that was an interesting circle from the end okay almost like the curse of god it was the one for championships and they think about that two thousand in you know to you look at those two guys and said this is a debate for the next fifteen years is gonna yell as and I really thought that about Iran judging Mookie Betts where this is going to be the the Yankee red sock endless debate it is still kind of amazing to think that the Boston Red Sox ultimately traded this guy away I am not blaming them because once he's not showing you that commitment to staying there look all bets are off you got to go get something form if you don't think he's gonna come back you want to get as much of a return as you can get in knowing the red Sox I'm sure they'll spend big money in a couple of years there resetting this luxury tax they're gonna try to reach out to reshape their farm system and knowing the red Sox as we've seen in the past go out and spend but is kind of amazing to think the movie is not there anymore yeah yeah but you know what not a problem the red Sox problem yeah we get the Carrabba's when he joins us in the major going on that's what I was told anyway he's a friend of the shelves so I I assume you made it out with that because the guy's name Adams Tony hi Tony Adams good very in the meantime bread is in net con what's up right all right Brian how are you Brian what's up full yeah we Brian what's up them up Hey guys Thurstan colder armor won't kinda Sir you guys are the best thank you keep up the good work thank you but I anyway and I and if you saw the engine but did you see that today the Houston astro players were supposed to speak but all they weren't available there is heavily guarded I think the parking lot they said yeah but what I just read talk a lot no no no what I read is that they had met with the owner Jim crane to kind of go over how they want to approach this and that the park and not the parking lot but everything was gated offer taped off so that media members can I guess go over there and ask them questions not gonna meet the media today but they will apparently meet the media tomorrow okay yeah I know I just thought there was another reason why they are doing now plot thanks for the call I yeah I did that I use is simple as they're all trying to figure out how they want to handle this because the first time these guys have talked when they talked individually didn't come across well and I know there's probably a perfect answer I think to a lot of people listening there's nothing perfect at Alex Bregman could say Jose out to make it say you know you laid out what you would say I get all that but it's never going to please everybody and so what I think was going on today is that they're all talking over how they want to handle this thing because they're only gonna be peppered with questions tomorrow or whenever they meet the media but apparently will be tomorrow they can hear all season long there's no doubt let's go down about that kneeling Greenwich email hi Neil how it got there to things are gonna call about a one is on the Astros you're the guy who you're taking the Moses McCann and you guys always remember him you know being a policeman so to speak at home plate and not allowing Carlos Gomez who show quality not across the plate you know and this guy that you're a tough guy yeah and then he's he's participating like anybody up or the cheating scandal that the totally totally to face so I I ran on the boss to I mean let's be honest about what he said about the ultra well yes well you won't be debate Denny basically say don't and he was being reported at about one how to get it Brian McCann hasn't said anything yet you know we hasn't talked we tried to get him on I mean what is it that he did say that yes I was reporting on the way that makes okay looking ahead I agree with you on that yeah thank you I wanted to I wanted I didn't want to pay with in heaven I enjoyed an agreed with what yet but they did a about this new baseball format or proposal and I was thinking when that happened like okay what other crazy ideas can we come up with which is on par with the stupidity of this idea and you know like the art I mean like I thought I'm like well maybe we should put a rabid animals on the field in St the player you know like what are you going to two strikes and three balls you want to get it right I mean if you want to get crazy and because that's about the same thing as well as as this playoff format where I can take what I want to play deal we what we doing we've heard plenty of ideas over the years that are just foolish to change the game of baseball the chain sports so don't don't go down that route basically what it is I agree a big animal plane come on when we don't I understand trust me there's plenty of dumb ideas that are out there to change the game of baseball is playing any of them out there I will come back hopefully be joined by Jared carava Sweeney a little bit later on from Yankee camping mention Kendrick Perkins on basketball you know basically him last night you know kissing the rear end of the Boston Celtics and ripping carrier again it is there is there anybody to play I guess maybe chi res only one who played for the Celtics and rip them and is anybody else that's with the cell phone yeah once you reserve fuel you know you never hear anybody ever say anything bad about the Celtics and the greatest fans in the world it is you know like the cardinal fans of baseball it is your right thank you you love him for life unless your name is chi reason that's one aspect of curry I like action was resolved posted a lecture anybody that not a size right not a Celtic right right I know you know I'm a graduate Connecticut school of broadcasting with three new X. three New York City area campuses now before I went to see SP I had no idea be doing what I'm doing here all these years of the fan okay because school broadcasting told me all aspects of.

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Red Sox & Mookie Betts Avoid Arbitration, Agree To One-Year, $27 Million Deal

SportsCenter AllNight

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Red Sox & Mookie Betts Avoid Arbitration, Agree To One-Year, $27 Million Deal

"To baseball Mookie Betts now is the largest one year salary for an arbitration eligible player the red Sox avoiding it accepting twenty seven million dollar deal the outfielder twenty topping the twenty six million dollar deal Nolan are not just got last winter in Colorado Betsy two ninety five twenty nine long balls AT knocked into the Bo Sox last year cubs avoid arbitration Chris bright he gets eighteen point six million the grammar does not settled and he is in the players' unions on going grievance regarding his service time and print Siskel indoor with the Indians about seventeen point

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"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is not a surprise one year twenty seven million dollars Jackie Bradley junior mac bonds Brandon workman he's Henry also one year deals brewing skater on their bright nice back to back wins Berlin's inconsistency now past tense to recruit a swagger is back for sure if no one we went through that route passes a lot of one on one hockey I think we're trying to do too much individually to to get us out of that funk and sweaters battery grow grow into the islanders tomorrow Celtics no practice today they've lost three in a row home to New Orleans tomorrow in pages offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels interviewing probably right now with the Cleveland Browns Tom Cody WBZ Boston's news right two thirteen on a Friday Mike's here with a traffic update the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three having to route eighteen they finally open that roadway yeah they finally got a re opened after that gas main break yesterday Laurie so all is well on route eighteen good to use right now elsewhere the expressway south bound not okay to use its crawling out of the tunnel down George Columbia road not too bad after that stress to tough coming out of the city north bound is locked up from east Milton square up past deposit circle it's good up towards the tunnel route three south wide open down past route fifty three in the lower ends of one twenty eight and ninety three or both in good shape as well up to the north route one south is backed up in Saugus that left lane is shut down after mainstreet as possible repairs continue their one twenty eight north slow going to that Lexington stretch otherwise it's good all the way up into Beverly ninety three north a little slow up at one twenty eight we expect that route three.

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"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Year is Boeing had been predicting then Boeing announced it is stopping production of the Max taking the unprecedented step of shutting down the factory line in a United in down sing it is canceling Max flights until at least June fourth way beyond the April date set by American and Southwest Airlines Alex stone EBC there another Boeing set back the company's new starliner capsule ended up in the wrong orbit after lifting off today on its first test flight it will not be docking at the international space station it was a test run to launch astronauts for NASA next year the impeachment now Donna now house speaker Nancy Pelosi is looking to next year and the state of the union ABC Serena Marshall has details speaker Nancy Pelosi has invited president trump to give his state of the union address on February fourth in her letter to the president invoking the great wisdom of the founders and their quota system of separation of powers before writing in the spirit of respecting our constitution I invite you to deliver your state of the union the state of the union typically falls around mid to late January perhaps the February fourth date is targeting a post Senate's trial Serena Marshall ABC news Washington president trump criticizing a Christian magazine editorial that calls for supporting his impeachment Billy Graham's son also speaking out breaking with the magazine founded by his late evangelical leader father Franklin Graham claiming that his dad would be embarrassed by the editorial and the holiday travel rush is on at airports TSA anticipates getting forty two million travelers over the holiday period you're listening to ABC news and I heard a radio station news ninety three point one KFBK good afternoon twelve OO to one data has with the top local stories well the genie safety shut off will be more common for the next five years the genie CEO bill Johnson telling the Senate energy and natural resources committee in Washington DC yesterday that moving power lines underground in implementing more safety measures to decrease sparking wildfires will take time I think for us in northern California it will take us probably five years to get to the point where we can hello largely eliminate this tool during the next five years P. Jeannie will continue to shut off power to entire regions when weather conditions become hazardous meantime a new report shows that the Sacramento city unified school district will not meet its minimum reserve requirement for the next two years the national report disgusted yesterday school board meeting shows the district has been spending more than it's taking in Sacramento city unified must cut twenty seven million dollars or could face a state takeover fantasy last Friday before Christmas but you know what else it is national ugly sweater day number businesses lowering at prices and freebies are being offered including an airline's rinses people traveling on Alaska Airlines can get free priority boarding if they wear an ugly sweater Alaska Airlines promotion is only today but some of the food and drink deals run through the end of the month the couple are good into the first week of January a traffic.

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‘Frozen 2’ ices competition again with record Thanksgiving

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

‘Frozen 2’ ices competition again with record Thanksgiving

"It was a healthy thanksgiving weekend at the box office as frozen two kept a tight grip on number one well setting another record parted for possible he did you learn magic Disney of course and frozen to had audiences in France matching it earned more than eighty five million dollars over the weekend and a thanksgiving record of one hundred and thirty two point seven million from Wednesday through Sunday leaving you the star packed done at night out I suspect foul play strong reviews and word of mouth two twenty seven million dollar opening weekend and forty one point seven for the holiday time frame Ford versus Ferrari hangs in it third I'm been Tom

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‘Frozen 2’ ices competition again with record Thanksgiving

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

‘Frozen 2’ ices competition again with record Thanksgiving

"How did for he did you learn magic Disney of course and frozen to head audiences in France matching it earned more than eighty five million dollars over the weekend and a thanksgiving record of one hundred and thirty two point seven million from Wednesday through Sunday leaving you the star packed done at night out I suspect foul play wrote strong reviews and word of mouth two twenty seven million dollar opening weekend and forty one point seven for the holiday time frame Ford versus Ferrari hangs in it third I'm been Tom

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Box Office: ‘Frozen 2’ Sets Thanksgiving Record, ‘Knives Out’ Scores

On The Media

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Box Office: ‘Frozen 2’ Sets Thanksgiving Record, ‘Knives Out’ Scores

"At the weekend box office Disney's frozen to took the top spot for a second week setting a thanksgiving record with eighty five million dollars an estimated ticket sales one reason the original frozen open on thanksgiving day and twenty thirteen but the sequel opened a week before thanksgiving that let kids out of school for the holiday see it multiple times in second place the innovative who done it movie knives out debuted with twenty seven million dollars in third place Ford versus Ferrari with thirteen million and the Mister Rogers biopic a beautiful day in the neighborhood came in fourth with

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‘Frozen 2’ heats up box office with $127M opening weekend

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

‘Frozen 2’ heats up box office with $127M opening weekend

"What's going on I think I woke the magical spirits of the enchanted forest okay that's definitely not what I thought you were given the global sensation frozen became you might have guessed frozen too would debut at number one get the numbers are right popping it earned an estimated one hundred and twenty seven million dollars in North America and more than three hundred and fifty million worldwide the biggest global opening ever for an animated film Ford versus for are in trouble back the second this weekend with sixteen million well the Mister Rogers drama a beautiful day in the neighborhood opens third with thirteen point five and Tom

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"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on Risky Business

"A this you know certified preowned if you will i android devices these devices they shipped with malware on them and he's some pulling apart the supply chain infiltration and really you know basically fingering the people behind it yeah this is a good follow up 'cause we talked about this story i'm forgotten how when it first broke and it wasn't super but clear you know all of moving parts of the vendors involved and the various in what they actually our question was doing so yeah crabs is definitely done tons of quality crabs in here a pulling the fred on that particular chinese company amber light it set of companies and people that was a building the various bits of andrew malware and then were also involved in the supply chain of yeah that was used in this ends on those funds that were getting pretty darned before you got some ship so yeah if you're one of the people involved the improper you should go cribs article and make sure that you know all of these have been completed but now this story you wanna take out of the news and i defended it i defended at adam 'cause look really if you just look at it on the surface right a some fraudsters still set up like a you know a block chain dot com they basically set up a florida block chain dot com they picked i'm presuming a similar looking demain and then put some advertisements around the internet so people would eventually find a way to this corn block chain dot com instead of the real block chain dot com and order guy that's a fairly boring thing but they got away with twenty seven million dollars right and that's why i defend having a story because every time i see a story like this and it's been awhile since i've said this on the show i'm like why on a on you and i better directing our efforts to what stealing crypto currency that looks like such an easy ride on my blog dot com you know where the hell instead of ohio stopping by some woods steals coins are down twenty seven million dollars yeah that does seem like a bit of user at times and talking about net sick on the internet although in this case a the crew.

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"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"How to fighters? He just get the glam muscles, for, you know, the action movies does he really know how to fight. I don't know. Man. He does he does all the all his own stunts and all that. He's in good shape. I think I think he would he would make short work of Justin Bieber. The I I don't I don't think so. I think the beeps actually knows how to fight, and if not, there would be at least a few weeks before it happened. He'd have money may training him. I don't know. I think I think it would be Tom Cruise all the way breakers Scott. Who would you go with? I'm inclined to go with Bieber only because of the age. And the fact that cruise is fifty six and if beep can last two or three rounds you might be able to take him out around four. Yeah. By just wearing him out dancing around the ring. How much money would you pay to watch it fifty dollars? Oh my gosh. You've actually pay fifty. Yes, man. I'm going over to Dave's house to watch it. Then, you know when they talk about, you know, different celebrities or businesses, you know, out of the box revenue streams. Yes. There's one right there. Oh, yes. Those guys could get paid. Well, I mean, this was wasn't there a claim ation celebrity death match that used to ES on MTV? Right. Right. Yes. Years ago. What else for Scott takes forgot? There was something else, we need to get to. Well, you had we're talking about the the athletes. Yes. Nice paid athletes there. Three of them are from the same sport. Saw. Then did you see the list David? I think everybody's seen it so. Well, soccer players right there. All three soccer players. Lionel Messi, number one, Cristiano Renaldo number two, and nighmare at number three. Messy makes a hundred twenty seven million dollars. For soccer. He pronounced them. All right to good job. Well, I got I know my soccer, which, which one do they screw up any of them. They're all right. I think same. Again. Lionel, Messi Cristiano Renaldo. Yeah. And nighmare Nightline mar okay? It's neymar sorry, that's okay. A soccer guy. Sorry. Listen. I got the you got your. You've got your name are jersey on today. What you do. I don't understand you on that stepped all over your. I know. I'm a soccer fan and I'm not well, I just thought maybe I had soccer guy. Maybe Craig said he got it wrong just trying to help you out a little bit. All right. It's fine. I think the amazing thing is, you know, the soccer players probably do rank even higher than what, what they're listed at his. They don't even officially count the kickbacks they get. No, that's true to all the bribes and stuff that go on the hash. Yeah. Open season on gear paid per flop. Okay, by the way. Alvarez Cannella Alvarez the boxer is number four. Uh-huh. Roger federer. Roar is five. Wow. The only Russell Wilson finally checks in at number six. So football, the big American sports and a half followed by Aaron Rodgers. And then you get brownie at number.

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"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on The MMA Beat

The MMA Beat

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on The MMA Beat

"But basically, he found lawsuits like attained supplement any one and he's receiving twenty seven million dollars, obviously, he's not just receiving just a giant all that money right away. Like it's like they have to figure out how he's going to get paid, but he won the lawsuit. Your thoughts will more lawsuits. Follow is just a turning point in this whole tainted supplement the Bothell that we've seen the last few years. So the company is called a gold star performance products, which were the name like that. I'm so disappointed that they would be involved in any sort of chicanery that would get fighters in trouble in and resulting them. Dig massive lawsuit hit, you know, I think again, I'm no legal expert, but I think as a lot of comments, I've seem to agree with that to the likelihood of getting all of that twenty seven million. Doubtful doubtful. I don't know. I don't know again. The finances company, but if they if they can't afford take that hit. They're going to clear for bankruptcy, and it's very likely that you will receive a fraction of twenty million. Now what a fraction of that is how, how much refraction where about enough to get him to contemplate retirement. I doubt it. I think I think it, you know, whatever money he gets. It'll be, you know, huge for sure. And, and I do think other fighters would be wise to consider their options based on this verdict. How much successful they have again, it's going to depend from case to case, but, you know, for you. Well, I think he will fight again. I don't think this is the sort of thing. He loves fighting. He loves finding competing student key, still most UC title, so yeah, good for him for whatever money you can make this, but we'll definitely see him a several more times inside the octagon. And what do you think about him actually winning the lawsuit? I mean like you said, this is basically just like a fancy. I owe you twenty seven million dollars like he's going to get a very small fraction of it. But at the end of the day, he did win this lawsuit. How they now going forward, say, fill in the blank, like has a tainted supplement lawsuit right away. Like, there's now president that there they can win these lawsuits. Yeah..

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"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"I would be quite surprise. If he didn't continue for quite a while as a quarterback by the way Brady is scheduled to come for twenty seven million dollars against the salary cap next season. Alright it's all about the food, isn't it? Well, a lot of folks going to be going to Super Bowl parties. This Sunday a whole host of other people will be staying home on their couch to watch the big game. And as you can imagine Christine a lot of people out there will be ordering in food for the big time takeout. And now a new report reveals what most people are going to be ordering. I'm sure it's good to work that day. All right. The delivery app a waiter. They report that Super Bowl Sunday is one of their top five delivery days each year. And I believe it, and we bet most people won't be surprised at you know, what food is being ordered the most. As we previously told you over one point three billion chicken wings. Billion will be consumed on Super Bowl Sunday. So it just makes sense that these traditional chicken wings, excuse me, top the list at the most popular order food to order for the big game. Now, while boneless wings, come in second. There are some other food items that top the list, and we're gonna get right into that for you. How about fried pickles some top ten most ordered menu items on Super Bowl Sunday cheese sticks. Come in at number ten. Yeah. I like those number nine this is odd for me, boiled, crawfish. I'll be doing that knowledge. Could nothing else to do number eight onion rings. Ooh. Number seven. You mentioned these fried pickles. Number six's case, India's number five chips and salsa standard staple. If you.

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"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on Tech News This Week

Tech News This Week

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on Tech News This Week

"These apps are raking in about twenty seven million dollars in revenue per quarter. That'll calm you down. Yeah. You guessed it, more bad news for Facebook. Just when you thought there wasn't any user data left to expose here, we go again remember few years ago and Facebook said they stopped sharing data with big tech companies yet they were still sharing that data with dozens of companies as recently as this past summer. The New York Times reported this week that companies Facebook shouldn't have been sharing data with in the first place had access to a whole lot of users private information. Thanks to Facebook's API the door was apparently left wide open for big tech companies for years. I if you were logged into Spotify Netflix with your Facebook credentials, those companies than had access to users private messages and as tech crunch reports. Facebook still hasn't even really responded to allegations that they use data from Amazon. Yahoo and wow way to improve friend suggestions through that creepy people. You know feature. Point is when is enough enough. Cambridge Analytica anyone several governments US included are still looking at serious regulations over their practices. So maybe it's time to finally jumped ship from Facebook to keep whatever personal data that you have left on yourself to yourself. But if you do decide you're going to stick it out, maybe even through the next big scandal. We don't yet know about at least check which are connected through your Facebook account and block access check your privacy settings. Even though that's typically, not the reason, you're information's everywhere para down that friend list, people, you actually know and interact with Facebook actually keeps things from you. Why not keep things from them as in don't use your primary Email address for your log in create one. That's only used for Facebook. The same goes for a phone number get a burner number.

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"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Sign with the dodgers is a free agent and just go in there and to go she ate a higher number deal. But you only taking a one year deal. So if you take a one year deal, you bet no yourself on a long-term bet that you instead of saying, hey, give me a five year deal. Now now of a sudden at seventeen point nine let's say goes out there and he bought side. Now, he's a close to a twenty seven million dollars pitcher in multi multiple years. Correct. For him. It's risky because he's so injury prone. If you're injury prone, I'm taking the guaranteed money for over multiple offering multiple years. This was all he could have gotten after he. The numbers that he put together at the end of the season are really that will be correct as you said seventeen point nine million dollars when he's healthy to thirty one year old South Korean native, posted a microscopic one point nine seven era to go along with a one point zero one whit walks innings pitched net is correct wasn't. MP eight with a and eighty nine strikeouts. In eighty two innings across fifteen starts for the dodgers. After making thirty starts in his debut as a major league in the majors he failed to reach that threshold in any of the past five seasons. That includes missing the entire twenty fifteen campaign making just a single start in a twenty six and single start in two thousand sixteen while dealing with the back issue show to elbow problems in Lord knows what else. That's his hold on. Barely his knee. The the back in the legs. All are connected with the glue, but his neck. But as Nick and his back that's show. Her shots, the neck issues from his shoulders part of the next all connected in available. And so as happy as I were to see retake that deal. I was equally happy to see grand granddaughter. You said he say close to the side. There's no numbers on dolls offer. So he declined the which is not as prize like we said, seventy four of the eighty peoples federal offered said, no. Better suited for the AL. There are catchers that are available. The dodgers have a couple of guys that are prospects. That are supposed to be coming up soon later. There's always a guy that you can find the can catch you one hundred games one hundred twenty games you can piece together enough guys back there. And I think that the way the dodgers have been planned the way that they hit home runs the way that they produce offensively. I don't need to have his money dolls, whatever it is twenty plus home runs. I I'm going to need somebody. And this is a radical idea I'm gonna need somebody that can catch the ball to me. We have bonds. We want to catch the ball and occasionally threat to get on base doesn't have to be a home run. Can you give me a brother could you? Give me a gun. Some somebody that can manufacture somebody that can do something other than swing and miss or hit a home run here. Drop a bunch of balls in the playoffs. Right. Well, sure, you'll be known a lot of that in the next month because the winter meetings will become in you'll have a real good filling of what they're targeting a lot of people. Speaking of targets thinking that Bryce Harper's going ended up in Philly. Good good ever favorites to get remember came to odds. Their favorite him image out of their hungry for a star, the nice, young nucleus. But they wanna star up there. They've got some guys Reese Hoskins there is a nice player. He but baseball is not look at the the Red Sox have stars. Right. They've got guys. Like, Mookie Betts, they've got JD Martine they're stars. But the reason they won that was Steve Pierce..

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"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Worst way you were taking off he wants to go to los angeles which is in your conference and he and he doesn't want to go to yeah and he doesn't want to go to los angeles no one knows what does he want precisely did someone decided grouping of letters is called a word because this is a word w r d is a word right but k e y you say this is a word this is also where h word w r d word k e y word how did someone decide those are all called words there has to be a podcast on it somewhere w o r d word anyways wherever you are k work and with a lots of words rosen scott how many years left on this terrible contract but yet awful basketball player damore two rose and twenty seven million dollars twenty eight thousand nine hundred twenty seven million dollars twenty nine thousand twenty twenty twenty seven million dollars twenty to twenty one it becomes an unrestricted free agent in two thousand twenty one now as some pr super understood that they got lamarcus aldridge but typically free agents don't just choose in antonio so if you can get a player who's under contract such as damore to rosa and you can get that player under the tutelage of gregg popovich that's quite a nice hall for disgruntled superstar that's got a year left on his contract and checked out and didn't play for you at all last here it's a it's a better deal than what the miami heat were probably offering which was the upside of josh richardson and bam on a bio but i'm not even sure we don't know what's been reported on the miami heat is what they've offered but i imagine pat riley had to be super hesitant considering you you're going to give up these big assets such that they are and josh richardson amount of bio justice windsor or what have you for a one year commitment and you don't even know how firm that commitment is because the dude is quiet and his camp seems to be bad news that is a bad news campus as i invoke toys this cool leonard bad kim this terrible camp summer camp some bad summer camp tell you bad news not a good camp none of camp at all you give up give up more the proposal someone told us that if he's deemed healthy to play in sits this doesn't count towards the year free agency so if he just decides not the blaze not a free agent is that true well so that's why he has to play that's actually more punitive and taking the money away because he i thought that he has to forfeit the money but it might be see like josh gordon i'm a browns fan josh gordon was suspended for all those years those years didn't count against his contract so what happens is i believe the browns are paying josh gordon paperclips at this point by the way if i'm the spurs and he says i don't wanna play there that's exactly where i sent him like if they're going to send me good people back like i don't wanna play was like all right yeah that's why you deport you don't play their canada this is your.

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"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Room visit as an adult and believe it or not it apparently was guess that's that's i can't i cannot make it up and how long did you stay there on that apple hours just i had the searing stomach pain and i was i just i it had to be my appendix had to be my appendix there's no other reason for it who just i'm never sick never not healthy knock wood i've only broken middle finger on my left hand that's literally it pulled my hamstring a couple of time like that's it never been heard otherwise and i just had this incredible pain i was in i was at the bristol emergency room this is like twelve years ago or something and they're like mr godly we believe must be some form of gas yeah i will there's people that know me very well to like do that we would have to be in a bad space we spent twelve hours there was very unpleasant all right i will get to nfl contracts and the red herring that nfl players are acting like they don't have when they already have upcoming bill ormes gonna join us upcoming in a moment from the athletic he covers the lakers lakers open their second summer they played in sacramento i three summer league games didn't win any but they're not playing all their young players lonzo ball's not playing josh heart i don't believe is played in any of these games as well and so they're kind of playing a mishmash crew and joel berry was supposed to be their starting point guard rolled his ankle for the first game they're playing backups to backups some there guys are coming and going nonetheless lakers opened some relief tomorrow we'll talk some lakers bill ormond second i guess the news of the day is mellow so come l o anthony opted in and issue with him opting in was not that he opted in in really have no one else was gonna pay him twenty seven million nor was anybody getting give them like a three year contract at fifteen to twenty million dollars per year that's why most guys opt out because they have a better option to give them a longer term of guaranteed money in the future that's not the case with carmelo anthony makes twenty seven million dollars if you know oklahoma city's finances when they re up with raymond felton that was two nights ago they put themselves over the three hundred million dollar three hundred million dollar number for their overall salary and and tax bill at the end of the year if their salaries remained as they are the the reason is based upon being in the tax how many times have been the tax recently and how badly over the tax you are three hundred million dollars just to first of all like that's one hundred fifty million dollars that you're paying to everybody else in the league it's also the same amount that clay bennett paid to buy the team and eventually move that's a ridiculous amount of money for teen that oh yeah by the way with the same roster lost in the first round the nba playoffs in game six utah frankly wasn't for paul george russell westbrook's herculean effort they were lost at home in game five of the first round of playoffs so what something had to happen they had to move off one of these contracts and we're reading now for jamal ski that oklahoma city and komo anthony begun talks of a buyout or stretch provision or trade they're going to have to write a check but believe it or not and this is the crazy way that the taxes in the nba works he's gonna get somewhere in the neighborhood of twenty five twenty seven million dollars to not play for the thunder and that actually is going to save the thunder somewhere in the neighborhood of sixty five million dollars so you're you're paying twenty seven million to save sixty five billion and you're basically gonna pay for carmelo anthony to play for somebody else now if you followed the thunder last year and you really at at.

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"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Room visit as an adult and believe it or not it apparently was guess that's that's i can't i cannot make it up and how long did you stay there on that apple hours just i had the searing stomach pain and i was i just i it had to be my appendix had to be my appendix there's no other reason for it who just i'm never sick never not healthy knock wood i've only broken middle finger on my left hand that's literally it pulled my hamstring a couple of time like that's it never been heard otherwise and i just had this incredible pain i was in i was at the bristol emergency room this is like twelve years ago or something and they're like mr godly we believe must be some form of gas yeah i will there's people that know me very well to like do that we would have to be in a bad space we spent twelve hours there was very unpleasant all right i will get to nfl contracts and the red herring that nfl players are acting like they don't have when they already have upcoming bill ormes gonna join us upcoming in a moment from the athletic he covers the lakers lakers open their second summer they played in sacramento i three summer league games didn't win any but they're not playing all their young players lonzo ball's not playing josh heart i don't believe is played in any of these games as well and so they're kind of playing a mishmash crew and joel berry was supposed to be their starting point guard rolled his ankle for the first game they're playing backups to backups some there guys are coming and going nonetheless lakers opened some relief tomorrow we'll talk some lakers bill ormond second i guess the news of the day is mellow so come l o anthony opted in and issue with him opting in was not that he opted in in really have no one else was gonna pay him twenty seven million nor was anybody getting give them like a three year contract at fifteen to twenty million dollars per year that's why most guys opt out because they have a better option to give them a longer term of guaranteed money in the future that's not the case with carmelo anthony makes twenty seven million dollars if you know oklahoma city's finances when they re up with raymond felton that was two nights ago they put themselves over the three hundred million dollar three hundred million dollar number for their overall salary and and tax bill at the end of the year if their salaries remained as they are the the reason is based upon being in the tax how many times have been the tax recently and how badly over the tax you are three hundred million dollars just to first of all like that's one hundred fifty million dollars that you're paying to everybody else in the league it's also the same amount that clay bennett paid to buy the team and eventually move that's a ridiculous amount of money for teen that oh yeah by the way with the same roster lost in the first round the nba playoffs in game six utah frankly wasn't for paul george russell westbrook's herculean effort they were lost at home in game five of the first round of playoffs so what something had to happen they had to move off one of these contracts and we're reading now for jamal ski that oklahoma city and komo anthony begun talks of a buyout or stretch provision or trade they're going to have to write a check but believe it or not and this is the crazy way that the taxes in the nba works he's gonna get somewhere in the neighborhood of twenty five twenty seven million dollars to not play for the thunder and that actually is going to save the thunder somewhere in the neighborhood of sixty five million dollars so you're you're paying twenty seven million to save sixty five billion and you're basically gonna pay for carmelo anthony to play for somebody else now if you followed the thunder last year and you really at at.

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"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Image why does it have any shoes or socks overtakes their minds right yeah so the first day i was there there was a lunch with twelve hundred people maybe a bit more they're all distributors and exhibitors yeah in canada and i was there with the table which was you know what it was and up there was a big honour table with all of epa's on a diet and they've been talking i'm gonna check in for the people to look into my fee of course and this little short guy comes up and it gets on the mike and he's he's lbj's guy in the motion picture he was the head of the motion picture association of america right jack valenti he was then he was back then again okay he was introducing himself oh yeah okay says the guy i'm the guy and looking down at me on the floor is it's time we stopped making movies about this is saudi evangelical shit right yeah we stopped making movies about motorcycles say x and drugs and more movies like dr doolittle which cost twenty seven million dollars and he started this by saying my friends and you are my friends said it twice why i don't know i'm their second time maybe they didn't think we heard him as so that's my my tour i go back to my motel which was called the lakeshore motel at that time real estate joint i said so no more sex drugs and we'll put our cycles for out now i have a job which is signing these black and white eight by tents and we didn't have posted so everything's had a little piece of paper this guy on sixteen theaters he's got two daughters not i would say you know what whoever to ever and best wishes peace right peter fonda and then came one of these eight by ten come comes up in looking at it and i know what the picture is in that eight nine ten format in the middle as maybe two inches of fully silhouetted motorcycle with two guys on it you can't see who they are because the sun's bouncing we're doing is writing it's me packing bruce dern and running along the smit trail in venice beer as a trick because like we're riding on sand right but you know i looked at that and i thought who in marketing pull this as something for me you know dear betty best wishes peter fund is where the hell is he movie was it from from weld angels wow yeah jet it and that's it it's not a movie about a hundred hells angels on hells angels funeral it's two guys right across john ford's west yeah rest oh they're going east they're going east where they go in these journeys the east as herman has that cool echo in east going to florida to retire and okay what happens to get there and i got these guys on motorcycles course yeah and they get there and get wacked right because they don't look right they got long hair right yeah that's be now at the back it up some big at work right and then i got it back to the beginning where we're bringing from mexico we're bringing a white powder we don't say what it is what the moralist to have the roughest time deciding about that in name it in your mind no white powder whose white powder dennis probably promised me it would be real coke but it was powdered sugar men that should burns and your nose no in the cameras eyeballs yeah and any rate the host the point and after i got it all together with the beginning middle internet yeah and the journey and what we do and what we can't do we can't go and eating in restaurants we can't we're not allowed to be in motels all this shit all this it's like racial profiling sure and we're going to see what's happening on in america yeah and i knew what that last bit i knew for the beginning what i was going to do at the end that guy in that truck man yeah you know the idea i enter i knew that this is a big hit yeah thrown sevens yeah through them between my legs still seven over my back in the.

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"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth

The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth

"You're you're you you're quarterback is in cost nia a boatload of money both you quarterbacks together aren't cost a you what the going rate is for a quarterback like you got a a guy that's a secondyear player and carson are inc inc carson whence who uh frankly could have been easily could have been the mvp you'll league and you got a guy nick folz it's cost to you about four million basin with it about three million dollars were the bonuses that are easily reachable bonuses so your tire investment cap wise for your two quarterbacks let's call it nine million dollars for two guys one a potential mvp the other superbowl mvp when the going rate for quarterback is twenty seven million dollars right i mean think about it you're paying a third two two a third of what the going rate is to to quarterbacks so you've been able to build your roster you've done a great job with your roster why in the world would you even think about getting rid of nick folz when you know the you gotta have e e e gotta have a backup of veteran backup they can help young i played high level and that can be counted on the planet i'll level if called upon there is no reason to even think about dumping nick folz n o a you know i mean it was what we thirteen week fourteen carson wants tours aco so there is no guarantee that he's going to be ready to go a training camp or in the first couple of weeks of the season so i would just say you've got him locked up you've got him under contract he's very affordable you've got a great chemistry and your quarterback room.

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"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on No Agenda

"He's i think he's going to be arrested this guy apparently be beat women up and and pay them huge amounts of money to get themselves fixed opening of renting penthouses and having all kinds of really kinky abusive hurtful sex jays and yes who now he's subject to a twenty seven million dollar lawsuit dustin hoffman we finally know what he's being accused of sexual harassment against the 17yearold who brought him breakfast onset in or other men around and he said i asked my breakfast i love hardboiled eggs and softboiled clitoris like wow he should be arrested for not being funny student stupid move this all good goes back to the the thomas said to bring core hearings now i want to play this clip this is this another guy involved listen i'm actually getting suspicious about this and slightly annoyed by the kevin spacey stuff mmhmm mealy an idea i hate to sound like a until i don't care about anything but myself but if he was going to act in a movie where he plays gore vidal yeah and i it would i'm just does not going to happen now now i would i would have to assume that that would have been one dynamite the portrayal over think about it kevin spacey basically he hasn't been acting all his career he's always playing a gay guy some cree so he's always playing a creepy roles he plays a lot of creeps but a lot of sexual as a result his and so maybe it's maybe it's not method acting who knows.

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"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"twenty seven million dollars" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"Detroit right detroit so detroit lions he will make twenty seven million dollars annually and his guarantees according to adam schefter goal like this here what is it it is eighty five million over three years 92 do i have this right what is it would 82 over eighty five million over three years ninety two for four ninetytwo guaranteed ninetytwo guaranteed just beat andrew look who was at eighty seven million guaranteed more guaranteed money then andrew luck and this seems to make some people upset this is somehow no i mean even within our shut within the production meeting is matthew stafford the highest paid quarterback in the nfl how does this makes sense this is of course stephen a smith on first date wondering aloud how this happens have a problem with the fact the man is but a quarterback in the national football league for eight years he's made the playoffs three tops he's all he had a wedding reckitt and a winning season 3 tops and this organization has not won a playoff game since 1991 there is this something about me that has a problem with individuals that end up cashing in when a team never seems to i it's not as fall and i get and i'm not i'm not sitting there said i'll all you know he doesn't deserve the money that's not what i'm saying but when you want a twenty seven milliondollar may the largest annual salary in nfl history damn could you win a playoff game.

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