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"twenty six hundred dollars" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Lister Amazon which is trade about twenty six hundred dollars if you have the twenty six hundred dollar call and the stock closed at twenty six twenty which I don't know what the price was yesterday was somewhere in around twenty five I think was twenty six and change twenty six forty fifty anyways so you have a twenty six hundred dollar call somebody gets a twenty six hundred forty dollars if you don't exercise the sell of that option on the Friday before the market closes you're stuck with a hundred shares of Amazon saw a hundred times twenty six hundred dollars right do the bass like the two point six better to order sixty thousand to ASEAN's exports six billion you're stuck on the horror that so that the only way to be negative he had a situation like that to where he had the sixteen thousand dollars he led option expired right without exercising the sell order on it mmhm and then he stuck with the shares then yeah he's out seven hundred but good news is if you have so normally you have two to three days to turn around if even if you're not on a margin account on Monday what I would do something like that is I would sell the premium on that because that's what what's what's your but we're making option trade that's what you're doing you're buying the premium you're buying the right but not the obligation on that stock okay so I would take the proof so the so premiums on sites like Google and Amazon Tesla crazy creek ridiculously people who sell options make sick money without ever trading that you sell them to people again again way D. right yes but he kind of turned around quickly or just called up the brokerage house said like Hey I screwed up right in the right the wrong there it somewhere the other well that's where the experience comes in because I was only when he was only twenty years old that he only just started doing this recently when he came home from from college and then I mean I would do the exact same thing post if I was a twenty year old and I'm and I'm trading and I realize that I'm only almost negative a million dollars so what's happened is ever since sports shut down after king's FanDuel doesn't have baseball games right pretty much bet on if you will and if you're betting through other parties actually betting full on games you don't have that through dog or whatever wherever your bedding and stuff so a lot of these guys are day trading and their day trading options which options like you can make a lot of money and you could lose a lot of money quickly Nova like yesterday if you had a spike contract right so that there was S. and P. everything was going well yesterday then the market took a turn if you had the three hundred nine dollar put on the spy and you would have bought it what is it three hundred twelve dollars you can about that three hundred twelve dollar put.
NCAA says Clemson QB can resume coronavirus fundraising
"The NC double a said the Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence and his girlfriend risa Mallory can resume their fundraising efforts after clubs and officials had shut down their go fund me page intended to help families impacted by the corona virus pandemic hours after the fund raising efforts began clubs and officials had Lawrence take the page down fearing that he had broken NC double a guidelines against athletes using their names images and likenesses for crowd funding purposes the couple had raised over twenty six hundred dollars in a statement the NC double a said that they applaud driver for his efforts I'm Josh Rowntree
An Open Source Economy of Abundance with Marcin Jakubowski
"Hello everybody Vince Horn here for another episode of Buddhist Geeks and today I am very very delighted to be having a conversation with Martian Jukovski. Good to have you on the show Martin and thank you so much for taking the time to chat with the Buddhist geeks. I'm really excited about this conversation. Because so much of what you're doing. Feel a resonance with but it's also different from what we're doing here Buddhist excited Dick's where the intersections excellent. So let's dive right in. Okay I've got my bathing suit on and I'm ready to go seven Fahrenheit and sweet Maysville Missouri. But I'll join metaphorically awesome are you. Are you at the factory farm right now yes. That's the Kansas City area. Okay cool and I and I understand that. You have also google fiber out there. Oh and that's an addition since about a year now and that's why we can have this conversation hopefully seamlessly today. Yeah no mood. That's a big game changer fiber. We spent the money on a week. We got the pipes run here. Trenched bury them and the whole facility with Up to four GIG. Wow that's awesome. See if you're kind of you're living the dream for me. Which is you've got high-speed gig multi gigabit Internet and you're out on a farm building Chit Really Cool. I'm excited to talk about your work so so I saw. I saw your tedtalk a number of years ago. Odds probably about ten years or so ago now Something like that and and just immediately was like okay this person and your partner Katharina. Y'All are doing really interesting work with the open source ecology movement and In that talk you spoke about the global construction kit which you know. Last time I checked this is like a fifty fifty or so different items that you're looking to build open source that the kind of you would be necessary for human civilization to To to this global village construction set fifty industrial machines to create small-scale civilization with modern comforts essentially the critical machines from tractors bread ovens production equipment energy equipment and and Carson everything. You need to create infrastructure. That's the basis of thriving than so we can talk about then getting meditative but you have to provide some basic needs. I yeah you can't you can't just Meditate without without some basic needs Yogis the the people they had their comfortable caves and flame. That's right that's right. Yeah and some nettles to eat right and and and you're going to see the vision that you'll have is is going well beyond that. I mean you're talking about being able to replicate modern comforts without having to rely so much on the sort of centralized modern systems that we've all come kind of dependent on. Yeah exactly the idea is. Let's distribute the economy. So right now we're in a state of centralization but the fund that by fundamental design we have a distributed world and I think that comes from the first principle of energy energy is distributed. Solar Energy is distributed. That's pretty much where all the power for today's economy comes from. It's from the sun right so by nature. We have a distributed system but the way we created we kind of reformulated as humans isn't into a hugely centralized one so to get back to more in touch with those principles of distribution decentralisation that gives power to everybody literally and metaphorically to tell me more about like the journey that you've been on with the global village construction set because I saw you've you've made a tremendous amount of progress on that front. You know it's one thing to hear someone give a Ted talk about about something that's like an inspiring idea prototypes. It's another to see your ten years later. Like have made real progress on the stuff again to hear about that. Yeah definitely maybe you know you can say at the time of Ted Talk. Were a few percent down right now. I would quantify it as like one third done so we've got hundreds of prototypes Twenty or thirty unique prototypes everything from tractors to CNC machines. Three D. PRINTERS HOUSES. Akwa punit greenhouses. In fact we actually added the house as a critical machine since we kinda thought well. That's a living machine. Actually belongs in the global village construction set but the power is yet getting a comprehensive said along a construction setup route. So we're looking at it more as building blocks and to derive from how Lennox Open source. Software has there is one of the keys to success was large modular break down into very small parts can have thousands of people working on at the same time. And that's exactly what we do with hardware breaking down into modules and development steps for each module sewer inching along at the time of the Ted. Talk I kind of felt like I missed my great opportunity because I had so many people contact me. And all of that and we didn't have an organization. We hardly have an organization right now. We really don't yet. Were not at that level of having a business so to say like a real solid organism. But we do have a lot of foundational work. I think we are. I would call ourselves an exponential organizations laying a solid foundation with all the prototyping that we have done now ready to to convert that to economic impact so transitioning from the Playing prototyping to to the to the next step which a lot of open source Projects Forget and that is a product. So what what are the products that we can offer that anymore? Anyone can use okay. That's cool. I mean it's interesting. I'm thinking back to win. I got even more kind of interested in Y'all's work and I think at a certain point I started to really feel this kind of poll to be sort of subtract myself out ourselves out of the sort of capitalist system a bit more to be able to offer meditation teaching more freely. You know to be little less dependent on a pay for service model and you know one of the big questions that comes up is like okay. We'll around like housing costs. And how do you? How do you reduce your cost like housing is like one of the major costs and you all were some of the only people that were talking about being able to build an an ecologically sustainable you know house for like twenty five grand? Yeah and that's unheard of you not to be able to hit those kind of Knows numbers and that's what I think is really interesting about what what you're trying to do is you're really setting a goal of kind of price reduction that really competes with the capitalist markets on their own terms in a way. That's hard for them to be. It'd be hard if you're actually able to pull this off for companies to To to have any response to tenth the Price House or tractor or brick press or all the things that you're building. Yeah that's exactly right so let's dive into. There's actually a very interesting page like when I look at the WIKKI statistics. There's a page on our wicky open source ecology that org slash wicky which has cost of living. And you said it. The number one cost of living is housing on average. I have some stats here in. Its sixty eight hundred dollars a year. Then the second one is your car. Thirty four hundred dollars a year and then food twenty six hundred dollars a year and yet it adds up to about twenty thousand or so. Just let's see the the number actually is twenty thousand per year per person according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics for a household doesn't sound too bad but Ideas let's so let's go for example to the CDC home just to show you like a very tangible example so in a CD go home. You mentioned twenty five thousand dollars okay. But where's the Labor that's materials so the model there is a client? Pays probably like ten thousand dollars service fee. We host a workshop where we swarm on the build with about fifty or so people and build that in five days and I think that the more like a turnkey cost to the client. We more like seventy thousand. That's kind of what if we if you'd actually start full cost accounting like the twenty five thousand dollars as materials. Yes so you'd have to figure out how to do it but we did with a swarm based build the idea there is you are providing an immersion education. So basically you're selling inexperienced. People participate in get a lot of skills have a lot of fun shatter some of the limits in their mind about what's possible in terms of effective building using very collaborative learning rich learning environment. That's very supportive. So that's the product we're trying to develop and probably if you look at economics probably like seventy thousand dollars for a a house builder a basically the House. The person who wants to have the house before fourteen hundred square foot house so still about was Chris in the cost of industry standards. Right we actually roll this out. So there's a whole organization to behind it and sell. That's kind of how it looks right now. Now of course if you're a skilled guy and you've got a family that can build that while you're not gonna be able to do it in five days but over a month he can take our modular construction methods because everything in the system is designed to be handled by people not not example cranes or large machines the way we designed modular construction method lends itself to a swarm belt with normal people and really reducing the skill set by essentially trying to turn this into. Lagos as much as possible That's interesting and and from what I gathered like everything that you're doing the documentation around the processes like everything is part of the open source model like everything is shared shared. Absolutely everything. There's two levels so one is design seconds. Dente price design. And that's that this is where we talk about the concept of distributive enterprise. Yes the idea if we do it. And it's good for the world. Everyone can use it and and people in modern society. People think that you have to be proprietary or you have to have a competitive advantage based on Ip Order to win here are competitive. Advantage or collaborative advantage is the the opposite. Is the fact that we're collaborating? And if you think about it you're in kindergarten you'd understand because at that point we kinda were talked to to Cher but from High School Into College. Johnny were completely taught the opposite and right now. There's a huge cultural barrier that prevents people from comprehending that. Hey we can actually do. More together. Annihilate the AB- the material scarcity issues that are still central to life in the west end in the developing
Huawei delays Mate X launch beyond September
"As futuristic foldable smartphone gets delayed for yet. Another time i see isn't the only company having trouble launching affordable smartphone samsung's main foldable competitor while as lane. It's full smartphone. The the mate ex tech radar attended a press event at always jensen headquarters learned the phone is quote unlikely to come out before november is marks the second delay for the futuristic interesting smartphone. The mate x was originally announced his launching in the middle of twenty nineteen and then shortly after. I guess there's some problems going on between china the u._s. <hes> <hes> they might have to wait till september it is fear is that the real reason samsung russia galaxy full to market with such inadequate testing was because after investing millions into the the development of foldable displays it had its foldable display technologies stolen and had to scramble to beat its competitors tomorrow and i'm going to cough here really quick. Oh man so it's kind of ironic bennett viable competitor samsung has in the photo space also delayed. It's the vice so much so it kind of remains to be seen then at this point if you guys were both concerned about being first to market in being being beat up by your competitor's. It looks like it worked out for neither of you guys. I'm just saying like with all the push try and get it out. <hes> maybe proof of concept would work first and then roll it out at scale while he's made x. is easily. The most futuristic phone of the year looks like so far assuming it comes out this year giant eight inch display wraps around the front and back of the device and when closed only the front half of the display lights up giving new six point three eight inch smartphone although <hes> well the future ism comes at a price. The mate x has a breathtaking taking twenty six hundred dollar price tag. That's two thousand six hundred u._s. Dollars first-generation trade offs for early adopters will be numerous foldable. Oily elitist plays are in their infancy and our concerns about their ability to stand up to all that movement and the rigors of daily life especially after galaxy folds delay. We also don't have a durable flexible. Eh display cover yet ecstasy cover is plastic and since it wraps around the entire phone getting the phone down means placing the delicate plastic display covered directly on the table where it can grind scratch against whatever dust and dirt on tabletop and then leave it with scratches. Oh boy so yeah. Maybe just finish up up your research. Do it right and maybe not rush to market. I guess is the real lesson that we're learning here at least twenty nineteen so far because lenny russia product 'cause technology got stolen or because he want to be the first talking about first house at five g. working out a what is not coming until twenty twenty like on official rollout scale solar. What was the big hype. I don't know just wait for the technology to come on the cash <hes> so yeah hopefully maybe we'll see come holiday season but if not while yet another phone it appears has a bit the foldable dust at least twenty nineteen.
"twenty six hundred dollars" Discussed on Latest In Tech News
"Whereas tap standard configuration will set you back twenty six hundred dollars dallas taking orders online right now but delivery dates appear to fall in early a to mid september so all that considered finally finally to fix the one stupid thing in the x._p._s. and it looks so much better see because he you sit right down here to camera did now they went. Oh maybe if we put up here <hes> so we're supposed to go. I think he probably did it for comedy's sake. I wonder if they're gonna totally get if we put right down here. We're going to say god him every single time to complain about it would be like a troll them and then we'll play a role song except we can actually you do that because that'd be kinda weird but we richwald pretty good bye. I pressed wrong button. You thought i had another story for you guys while sorted. I apparently that's all that we have for today. So with that wraps up this episode facade <unk> thanks for tuning in guys new episodes every weekday delays and tech news can be found on every major platform including apple spotify google youtube stitcher <unk> overcast and more now few episode be true to let us know by clicking like button and by leaving a comment if you're watching the video and listening to a podcast version as share this with a friend and and be sure to leave us a review also double check that you are subscribed so that you don't miss the next episode. I'm your host tail. American remember relates in tech gadgets in game renews me. The techniques gadget dot net pretty much keeping off guys. See you on the flip side..
"twenty six hundred dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Can you make it on Fordham? I'm single, okay. Can you make it on forty? Well, yeah, I can make it on forty my expenses or little to nothing, and I'm about the complete baby. Step three next week. Okay. Let's yeah. Let's get baby step three completed for sure. And and you know, you've got to be managing this business very tightly. But basically if you don't do any better at all you take a pay cut from forty three to thirty two. Well, actually from seventy something you've been making some Bank, right? So I had payments. Okay. And they're gone now. Yeah. So anyway, if you can afford to live on forty thousand I think you increase your income by eight thousand pretty safely when you're full-time. Don't you L? I agree probably more. But I'm just saying trying to be conservative. I just don't want you to lose, you know, to get, you know, not pay your rent and get thrown in the street or something like that. Because we did this deal. But it sounds like you've gotten rid of the debt you've got your -mergency fund in place. You've got yourself where you can live on what the landscape business creates. You're very close. I think you can do it fairly quickly. If you wanted to wait until next spring when everything takes off again and your income shoots back up again. Then right. Well, yeah. But here's the problem. Running into is. I have I have more work in the landscape business, and I can physically do a week working my full time job already. Yeah. Okay. So you wanna I wanna quit now? I wanna quit today possible. Okay. I don't know why you couldn't you've just got you to run your budget out and say can I eat on, you know, twenty six hundred dollars a month. Is this what you're working with? Yeah. I mean, I can I can definitely do that. I've it less than that. Now for a year was paying off debt. So are you doing anything during the winter to create income with landscape business? I wasn't doing much. I always tell back on my full time job. But I do work part time during snow events with other landscapers. So so you're gonna. Some snow equipment, and that's going to be a big push this winter, you've got diversify this and you're going to pay cash for it. Okay. Because here's the thing. If you have zero income in December. But you've set your budget up to operate on thirty two and you spend all your money the summer. This is a squirrel that's going to go the nest. There's not gonna be nuts there. You're going to be hungry. Right. So you got to put some you know, you got to prepare for winter. Your income is going to drop and you're going to be adding new lines of business. You're going to diversify your offerings, which is very bright to do. And I think you're yes, I think you quit, but you got to prepare for winter. And you gotta manage the fact that you have a seasonal income. Okay. If you do that, and you live on less than you're bringing in and you can commit to doing that. Then I think you quit today. Okay. Now, let me add one more thing. I'll throw in one more thing. Okay. I really want. You think about how you're going to increase your income by double? Okay. Yeah. I mean that. Yeah. Just shocked it in it. Okay. So what we're going to hire some people. It means we're gonna think differently about equipment. You have to do it this year. But let's go ahead and going in adventure here. I don't want you to just own your job. I want you to own a business, right? And when you are the sole producer you own your job. So we need someone that is producing more than just us. And then you start to own a business. That's my was forcing you to think that way, man, you're great. You're gonna do. Phenomenal boy to go, man..
The $100 Million Dollar Mistake
"Is you have. But I bet it was not a one hundred million dollar mistake. Several weeks ago when we were thinking about going to a hundred million dollars, and we had just kind of announce it to the world. And maybe even after a couple of podcast episode, come Allah. We were like, yeah, we're going to do it one hundred million dollars. I thought well what's gonna actually take to get two hundred million dollars? Like how much do we have to sell? How fast we have to grow? We're going to try to do this by twenty thirty. What does it really mean? As far as growth are we talking about tripling the size of the company every single year doubling the size? And so what I do. I sat down and I created a complex spreadsheet. And in the spreadsheet, I said well at the time where it will million dollars a little bit more now, but then it was one million dollars, and we had to get to one hundred million dollars, and we had eleven years, and I brought that up in two months SO, I figured well. If we increase by this much every single month, and since this recurring revenue issued add on top of itself. So let's say we bring say a thousand dollars in the first month will and the second month we bring in thousand dollars again now up to two thousand dollars the third month we bring in one thousand dollars third time. Now, we have total of three thousand dollars. There's a cumulative effect over time, and we had eleven years times twelve months, and that's too much math for me to do right now. I don't know hundred thirty two that's close. If that, correct. So we had a hundred and thirty two months to actually build up this revenue. So I laid out this big spreadsheet and. And I did that we needed to bring an extra twenty six hundred dollars in new monthly recurring revenue every single week in order to achieve a hundred million dollars at the end of that time period, and I actually publish that information. I think I did a podcast episode about it. And I was very proud of myself or calculating that. A some point. I went back, and I looked at it. And I started to kind of question the logic. And I realized I had made a mistake. I had made a big mistake. What I was doing was always adding up all of the money that we would have earned between then and twenty thirty so summing it all up equal one hundred million dollars. That's a lot different than earning. One hundred million dollars in your twenty thirty which is really the goal. The goal is not to earn one hundred million dollars in the next eleven or twelve years. Then there's a big difference. Matter of fact, in order to earn a hundred million dollars over the next eleven years. What that means is into thirty will be an eighteen million dollar company. So think about it this way say like a million dollars in two thousand eighteen two million two thousand nineteen four million two. Thousand twenty cetera Oli up to twenty thirty eighteen million dollars. When you add all that up for every single year. That was one hundred million dollars was the answer. I got and it was wrong. It was a big hundred million dollar mistake. When I realized that and recalculated the numbers were huge. It was something like there was so big that even save the file it was like fifty five thousand dollars a week in revenue or maybe per month. It was a big big way bigger number than we could achieve saw realize that model was wrong. I had made a huge mistake would also realize that is going to be very difficult for us to grow by having a linear amount of new revenue coming in every single week or month. The reality is there's going to be stacking affect if we bring in twenty five hundred dollars per week in new month recurring revenue which is about what we're doing right now that won't be acceptable in five years in five years, and he's be ten or fifteen or twenty thousand a week. The numbers all the numbers are going to get bigger, including how much we bring in. There's also going to be an inorganic component buying companies and foreign them into digital. This is way more complicated of a situation than I originally suspected. It's not gonna be just bringing the same on of money every single week for the next eleven years way, more complicated. I made a huge mistake. I don't know what the answer is yet. But I know that it's not a steady stream of income is going to vary over the years. Thank you for listening. I hope you heard something you can implement in your
Mate X, 5G: All of your MWC 2019 questions answered here (The 3:59, Ep. 527)
"Welcome to the truth for tonight or Roger Chan and I'm Bridget Carey. I just got back from MDC twain nineteen in Barcelona where that show was just hat. Yeah. It was. So we all thought five G will be the key theme. But it turns out that we all come blown away by foldable phones and multiple foldable phones. If you like that's all anyone really cared about. Yeah. Just sort of run through things through we had the the galaxy fold from unpacked the week before really wall way despite all his controversies stole the show with its mate. X full device was actually the first journalist actually get my hands on it a nice. We also had a look at TCL's concept phone devices using this dragon hinge. Mechanism that allows foldable phones. And then Lastly, I broke the news that Motorola will launch its first foldable phone, which we believe will be the razor sometime in the summer. Of course, it will call the razor. Of course, the most like snappy phone, there is definitely one more fascinating devices because they mice sources say that, you know, they promises not as I looks like anything that we've seen so far which really the the fold and the made X pan filings show phone that looks like looks very much like the razor. I wanna have flat goes presumably the inside of the display would be one continues foldable of one foldable screen you'd actually closer clam shell like the old days. I feel like it's like a dream until like how to all these phones, although they're crazy expensive. What did it feel like to have the made X in terms of quality when you fold it? You've made X was I was surprised by the quality of since considering it was fairly thin. Like, I thought it might feel a little cheap. I think others have said there's a bit of a plastic field to its specially in the front. The screen is plastic Ola that allows for the the flexibility, but it does feel like it's a little cheap. And the fact that this thing folds. Inwards? So the screens on the outside. Yeah. Mixed meal war that thing's going scratched up like crazy for just a few months. Right. Yeah. And look we have the time with the price or twenty six hundred dollars for phone. I I am not getting it. But I'm just excited that these things are changing our conversation, and you know, maybe shaping the future. But this way to absolutely I think the fact that these displays offer the flexibility in terms of different designs from shapes and sizes. That's what really excites me about it. But you know, you've got twenty six hundred dollars for this phone. The gulfs is nineteen eighty. What kind of setting bar for these phones these foldable phones and they're pretty expensive. Yeah. And then also five g phones are coming out and they're more expensive, which makes me go. Why would you bother? Why would you bother the five G networks aren't really there yet? Exactly. That's the best point after all all their porting. I did the show came to conclusion the five G is technically here. It's not here any real way. And that really looking at second half to twenty twenty five service to be something material enough for actually wanna use it before we run at time. You got mentioned your big story that came out today. Yes. So I want to talk about my experience walking into a nuclear disaster zone actually court. You're so hard. I actually got chance to fly out to Japan's Fukushima DAI Ichi nuclear power plant site of the worst nuclear disaster worst meltdown in history where we got to look at the role that technology plays whether it's robots virtual reality. Whether it's drone technologies of the various Bissett technology being pulled together to really fix this. Same problem, which is supposed to take. Upwards of forty years and several seventy odd billion dollars. It's it's insane. The scope of and it's been what? Yeah. Eight years since this eight years and really only started literally scratched the surface. They just sent a robot in last month for the first time, we touched some of the debris down in the bottom of the nuclear reactor, really quick. What was your most nervous moment? Walk into this place was actually putting on the gear. I put three layers of gloves socks. Multiple boot changes hard hat face. All that in the being told that I would be in this suit for two and a half hours. Like that was not that was worrisome for me. I was a little bit. I can't wait to read the whole thing for full coverage state at check. I'm Bridget CARA is listening.
Senators Press Drug-Company Executives Over Prices
"Leaders. Seven major drug makers blamed the healthcare system for high prescription drug prices Americans are projected to spend up to five hundred fifty billion on those medications this year CBS's. Anna Warner says lawmakers want action senators from both parties press top pharmaceutical executives about their companies pricing practices for something which over the counter is two hundred bucks a month. And we're paying twenty six hundred dollars a month is almost as if the taxpayer stupid written on their face. The pharmaceutical leaders pointed much of the blame of soaring drug costs to middlemen known as pharmacy benefit managers. Those executives would not commit to lowering the list price. They charge for drugs. No, one company can unilaterally lower lists prices without running into financial and operating disadvantages that make it
Foldable phones are here, and they're crazy expensive (The 3:59, Ep. 524)
"Three fifty nine. I'm Ben FOX Rueben. Joni Saltzman Samsung got a wave of attention for introducing its first foldable phone the galaxy fold last week not to be outdone though. A bunch more companies came out with their own foldable phone news at mobile world, congress soon after the most notable new entrant is the Weiwei mate X. Maybe it's the mate ten we don't even know what axes anymore, which will cost wait for it two thousand six hundred dollars. And it's expected to come out. I think a little later this year. But I mean, what do you think of that price that's really expensive? But we are talking about, you know, the next wave of technology for your little super computer that you hold on your hand. So it it's kind of like the first really new thing in a phone in a long time. And so all at least give full. Dible phones. I'll grant them that that if you're doing something that's legitimately different a high like putting the price higher make sense where it gets annoying as where it's like we have really incremental advancements instead of bringing the price of a phone down when you're not really revolutionizing it. That's where it goes like higher and higher and higher. What are the other interesting arguments? So the same son galaxy fold is two thousand dollars that one's coming out at the end of April and one of the interesting arguments about justifying that price was okay. Well, you not actually buying one phone, you're buying two phones because full doubt. And it's kind of two phones or whatever I don't know how much by that. But at least it got me a little bit closer to being like. Oh, yeah. Sure. I would pay that. No, not really. Some of the other interesting foldable phone news that I wanted to get to TC L also showed up showed off a concept phone Benz into a watch. Yeah. I don't know about that one and Jami in January showed off a video of a phone that folds kind of like a billfold sort of it'll be easier to explain video. It's basically it starts like this. And then a foles on either side and turns like kind of more into like a tiny or phone or something. So what I wanted to also ask is, do you think that especially after the prices go down on this stuff that people are actually going to buy this? Let's say reaches like, let's say thousand dollars thousand five hundred dollars is it going to be a gimmick or people really going to be into it. I think that what people are going to be waiting. Besides the price tag on down is whether or not this means your phone dies. Like, if you're going to drop like twenty six hundred dollars on a phone does that mean that it only lasts for three months because you keep folding it back and forth. I think that longevity of the phones is going to be something that people are going to be waiting to see how it fares, and that's gonna take time. It's going to take months for people. To have them out in the out in the world to see how what happens when you drop them. Yeah. Next. Netflix did really well at the Oscars last night pretty well. They did they did find we'll give them a b minus raking in three awards for Roma in best, directing cinematography and foreign language film. It did fall short in a best picture win. So for streaming services that big best picture win still up for grabs. Yeah. They still haven't snatched Hollywood's biggest alternate prize quite yet. So they had a good night. They have always gotten a cultural or from the Oscars because of a lot of resistance to their way of releasing films. Which is traditionally been you really sit for Netflix subscribers online to stream the same day, you put it in like a sprinkling of theaters around the country, which is really only to qualify for things like the Oscars. Ultimately. But they have only won two Oscars up to this point. And they never wanted a really big category really flashy category before and so winning four total in having Roma. When these kind of high profile words was a big step forward for them. Even if they didn't get best picture kind of bigger picture here. Sorry about that horrible bigger picture. Why does it matter for Netflix at all for viewers? Yeah. These awards it's one of the one of the big sticking points for top talent to come to net. Flix has been enough looks. I'm always like we got a giant check leave it in front of your face. But that doesn't been enough for everybody. Like, they missed out on crazy, rich, Asians because the creators didn't just want money. Other movies have been the same way, and that top echelon of filmmakers that a lot of subscribers probably wanna see those films have been resistant because of things like there's no track record of getting Oscars and other elements and so getting these these Oscar wins for Roma. It's definitely a step in the direction of. Appeasing? Those worries we want more than money good for them. I guess if you want to read more about these stories, check them out on seen it. I'm Ben FOX. Ruben thanks for listening.
"twenty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Katie, how are you? Better than I deserve. How can I help? I've been looking for a couple of weeks. No, ma'am. Celebrate our little boy first birthday. And we're we're tired of our debt. And we are. We're ready to throw it out the window. But I need to ask Oscars guys on how to get started. Okay. I we're about to get her tax return. And after we pay the medical bills, we're gonna. Little over our heads in credit card debt right now. And I wanna make a better life for that. I got that part. Are you behind on bills? We are minimum payments on up-to-date. Okay. Good. Behind the medical debt, which we've we've just been able to settle west what we're getting from our tax returns. Oh, okay. So the tax returns gone. Part of it. How much left twenty six hundred dollars? Okay. So how much credit card debt of you got? Oh, no. We have. Two thousand dollars in credit card debt, twenty one woman phone broke up twenty one thousand dollars in credit card debt. Thousand dollars in credit card debt to one and yes, sir. Twenty one thousand correct. Yes, sir. Okay. And how much in student loans? Eight. Eight thousand how much on your cars. Those are stupid. We are twenty-five online twenty five thousand and thirty thousand on my husband's okay? And your household income is what? Let's see. Burghley five and I make about twenty seven. Sixty three sixty four. Okay. In your question is what my question is with the twenty six hundred dollars that we have leftover we can pay down and pay off some of our smaller, irritating credit cards. Get them out of our lives and get to where we don't have to rob Peter to pay polling. Arkham? Away from emergency. The other sixteen hundred on these irritating. Debts and still have to rob Peter to pay a little bit. Okay. Well, let me give you Peter and Paul's names. Okay. Chevrolet and Ford, and they're sitting in your driveway..
"twenty six hundred dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Dependable brand for the eighth year in a row. That was followed by Porsche Toyota, the owner of Lexus Chevy, Buick, Fiat was dead last. That's terrible. How people take advantage of folks just for looking for love online. Well, these scams have surged in the last year or so generating more losses than any other type of consumer fraud. According to the Federal Trade Commission, and here's why they work criminals, typically, find their victims online, mostly on dating sites and social media sites. They create phony profiles open up dialogues. And over time gain the trust of their victims before asking for money. There were eighty five hundred scams reported in twenty fifteen last year twenty one thousand the amount of money that love starved people most of. Them women lost in that period. Quadrupled to one hundred forty three million bucks. The median amount lost was just twenty six hundred dollars. But as people got older, people seventy and older lost the most money and the FTC warns anyone can be a victim. Mr. Busby of CNBC at twenty three after the hour. We'll Tom told us about Ford's f one fifty recall correspondent, Bill Michaels has word of a recall from Honda. The recall covers model year twenty sixteen through twenty eighteen Acura MDX, twenty fifteen through twenty nine thousand nine Acura, T L X v. Six engines and twenty fifteen through twenty seventeen Honda Accord v six is the automaker says the vehicle software needs to be updated. And in some cases, have the fuel pump replaced owners will be notified by letter in late March after which they are advised to take the vehicles to authorized dealers. I'm Bill Michaels. It's twenty four past. I can't.
"twenty six hundred dollars" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Show. I got a hold of Matt. Over at compass insurance group insurance man what happened. Well, I sent my deck. I just got off the phone to him about an hour ago. And. You sent me the link to sign up between the auto. I got three cars and my home just about twenty six hundred dollars year difference and. That's good coverage. Oh, man. They're so hundred bucks a year, and you didn't have to do shopping. He did it all he he sent me three different company. So cool, and I just looked and compared and picked actually the middle one and you felt rural come with. And I felt comfortable with him. I should have checked before the claim because I would have even saved a bunch too. But after the claim when they jacked it up by state, even more so over two hundred bucks a month. And I'm just thrilled. That's come compass insurance group. Thank you. Thank you. You know, Steve, I love helping people. I just makes me feel so good. And it's the part of the job that I can't explain it. I mean, obviously, everyone kind of helps people in their jobs. I mean, obviously like larsontaxrelief, you know, they must feel really good when they help people and and somebody gets out of trouble. I love know, everyone who does a good job. They help people when they do a good job. I love though, having this. Variety of all different categories, where we can help people and then hearing from them and not charging them, you know, and then and just knowing that our sponsors make this possible, Tom so you called about Silvana or savannah and Sabana, of course, that Tabet word which we.
"twenty six hundred dollars" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"So my point here is we're seeing that they should say control. We're going to very quickly. See that all these people are using social media, and it's all need me. Yeah. They have followers. Yeah. They have people who are maybe liking commenting. But you can't take overs to the bay followers on dollars. It's a soon they're going to ask already asking me. Never I consult December generation now that's meeting guys like my business partner. Type Ballantyne one is right message and said, hey, bagels, one point seven million followers. But I've got twenty six hundred dollars left him. I think has helped me what do I do? And I went to his social media site. And it's like you said, it's Mimi. He's all the millennials are fat. There's just more meat driven. Remember, we were that we to differences. We didn't have all this place to talk about me. We just had mom and dad to go. Hey, mom, guess what? I did ran fast. And then I slam fast breath for a minute. Happened kills about me Italian audience of two or three or now, you can build an audience of hundreds of thousands in go knee, and they give you validation and you start believing. That's the right way to live will soon, they go shit broke. And if I'm broke I'm going to start seeking out ideas. And so the ties change. Again, we just need another generation go buy good points. Okay. Bedrose please take a minute here and tell my listeners about your new book man up absolutely van up is really a book about peak, performance and leadership. Now, you need a shift in business leadership in life to the family your.
"twenty six hundred dollars" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Programs are twenty six hundred dollars and fifteen hundred dollars now about a. Year ago they were twenty two hundred dollars in about thirteen hundred dollars and our margins were fine they're not as. Good as I wanted but. They were fine and so that's going to, be important here in a second I'll explain why and then. I've got digital products and online products and. So these are you know dog training DVD's. Or dog training membership websites things like that You know where people from around the world could buy these in they. Can trade their dogs at home based on the videos that. We've done, and they're very successful and people are able to do some really great things with them but those are two main things we also sell dog food and we also, sell equal you know there's other, things that we sell but primarily those are the two big things. That we sell those training programs and. Then the online training, programs so the services and products so that's of course what I. Was? Going to do in our black Friday sale I didn't want to do something that no one ever buys of course I wanna do something that. People got now I didn't wanna kill my margins because the idea that a lot of stores have with black Friday is that you know get you in with black Friday and. Ideally you're going to buy, some other stuff at regular margin so you come in for, the TV that's two hundred. Dollars but you buy a whole bunch, of other stuff while. You're there right that's the idea behind black Friday is they're. Willing to kill. Some of their margin upfront in order to keep. You around and stuff, like that, and and I deal we have, you buy, some other stuff Now, I don't really have that option you know we're not you know this huge, store that has tons of different things and so I knew that I needed to keep. Margin so this isn't just for. Black Friday this is as I'm saying these.
China says it won't devalue currency to bolster exports
"Morning I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg world. Headquarters in New York and I'm Rishaad, Salamat in Hong, Kong likely to be shaping up for the Asian trading day of course Doug we all starting off with a, brand new week very much focused on the foreign exchange ratio. Because the President Trump has you know said recent weakness of the Chinese Yuan combined with the recent gains. That we have, seen in the dollar really risk. Putting the US at a disadvantage we had the, dollar. Retreating against the majors in the Friday session during a New York trading with the Bloomberg dollar spot index dropping. About eight. Tenths of one percent we closed right at. That fifty day moving average meantime the Japanese yen jumped nine tenths of. One percent we also had the. President saying he's not. Thrilled that. The, fed is. Raising interest rates and potentially slowing the economy let's not forget the. Trade issue too because at the end of last week President Trump declared he was ready to. Impose tariffs on all five Five hundred billion dollars worth of, Chinese imports US ten year treasury last quoted in the New York session Friday at around two. Point eight, nine, percent on Sunday Iran's president warned President Trump not, to threaten Iranian oil exports now the president has vowed to shut Iran, out of, world markets by demanding that other countries stop buying Iranian crude by the end of November however Hassan Rouani was saying do not play with the lion's. Tail it will bring regret WTI in the New York session Friday finished at sixty eight twenty six we're trading off about. One tenth of one percent right now against. That and because of the big move. In the end, we're seeing a little bit of weakness right now. In Nikkei futures rish Yup we, also go there's winning from the g twenty the world's top finance chief saying trade. Tensions threatening a global economic growth the. G. twenty statement says the main risks, rising financial valid, vulnerabilities heightened trade and geopolitical tensions global imbalances inequality And structurally weak growth factory Espy is in one is that he's covering the gathering dominated, the conversation here And there, is concerned that that some of the emerging markets such as Argentina could be impacted by the market volatility trade complex could create The statement also said emerging. Markets also face the threat of capital outflows the g. twenty by the way removed its. Usual pledge to stay away from competitive currency devaluations we got the. Dollar, trading against the Chinese Yuan right, now at six seventy eight thirteen we're watching. This, very carefully after the president accused Beijing on Fridays well as the European Union of gaming their currencies in a way, to boost exports now these remarks come after the president lashed. Out at the fed and threatened to ramp. Up the trade fight with, China even more peo- Matisse. Is EM FX strategist at Robbo Bank he says the could keep. Weakening from here whenever a central Bank launches Kiwi, currency tends to weekend so we expect the you want to remain on the back foot so we may see some stubby around six eighty but we might find bullish on now that sentiment is echoed by others including Frederic Neumann of HSBC. Newman also saying the BBC appears to have more stomach for volatility than it used to All right Ratio are? You there Does China is what really where I wanted to talk about it because it appears to be collecting more fans as it moves. Toward its Hong Kong IPO wearing hill has got Alibaba agreed to join. A group of cornerstone investors allows the Dow ten firms agreed to, by about one point four billion dollars in stock hill houses putting in about four hundred, million dollars and Todd but one hundred million sanitize expected to start. Taking investor orders today the IPO could raise around about eight billion dollars making it one of the biggest. IP as, in years right now I have Pfizer putting indications are shares will price in Hongkong dollars between one dollars twenty six, hundred. Dollar, fifty eight Doug well we have the former head of Fiat Chrysler in the intensive care unit because, of deteriorating health news agency, onset saying that Sergio Mark Joanie. Is in irreversible condition the automaker yesterday naming be fifty four year old Brit Mike Manley, to replace him. Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Tells us the choice shows that, Fiat Chrysler thinks the future is all about Jeep Manley's been head. Of Fiat Chrysler automobiles Jeep brand since two.
"twenty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Five years the most your benefit right now it'd be a little over twenty six hundred dollars so it's not a huge sum of money and so most people are thinking i want to have forty fifty sixty seventy thousand dollars to retire on you're going to have to take that income stream we're going to need to find that income stream from some other resources and so that's where the ira's and 401k's become so important that you're starting to figure out how you're going to turn that into an income stream and i think the big thing that people need to pay attention to if you're driving around this is what i would tell you to really kind of putting your mind and think about is you need to take the time to figure out how you're going to replace that paycheck the you really need take create the detailed income plan that's going to allow you to pull that income and be able to do that for a long period of time and damon and i have used the analogy of django we've always you know we've played that game the life size django with the big huge blocks the play on the beach now are you good at this well you know my son when we were in california this last summer the people next door to us every time i'd be like where's noah i'd walk out he's over in the neighbors playing this jange and it was like a four foot tall tower and again jange you just pull the pieces out and eventually you know you keep stacking them on top and eventually the tower falls over because it becomes unstable and whoever's the last person to knock it down they lose well you've ever played that game you realize that you know you can at the very beginning you can take blocks from just about anywhere and it doesn't matter your tower stay standing it's totally fine but then you get further into the game and you realize that oh man those movements i made in those those blocks i pulled earlier now that's you know where this tower is going to tip over and fall and that's kind of the way it is when it comes to retirement if you just retire and you just start pulling money from different accounts you don't pay attention to where it's coming from you take that money you know later on you know now you're in your seventies and now you're going oh my goodness i if a few things happen here i could be out of money took from the wrong bucket or spent too much or i did this or that and so it's really important to do that detailed income plan i i was just meeting with a client just the other day and he had retired and for the past year he'd been drawing all of his money from is savings account and the reason is is he has a 401k and he didn't realize because he's fifty eight years old he didn't realize that 401k you can start taking money out of it at age fifty five if you're retired oh okay and so he missed out on this past year you say well what does it matter will this past year his income was zero dollars which means his tax rate was eero percent which means that it would have been a perfect time this last year for him to be taking money from his 401k because he would have paid nothing or very little in tax dunkel sam which would have been the lowest tax had ever experienced in his life and he could have been taking that from the retirement dollars instead of from his savings over this past year and so when i talked to him about that i said look you know if we can tweak that means we're going to get this money out you're not going to have to give sam a big chunk of it that's gonna make your dollars last that much longer and so now over these next few years until he turns on social security we're going to be taking money from his retirement accounts and.
"twenty six hundred dollars" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"The my misconduct and the package that happened in july last year though i i was not on drugs i was admitted to the psych ward before the still in began to try for trying to commit suicide go i you can still be a horrible person a have dealt with suicidal tendencies yes it doesn't justify harbor fucking person i give it like you still my mail what else what else i guess is different though my mail you was suicidal before they enter i didn't know that at the time i give in multiple medications but in no way it was i saying the causal why did what i did why you bring it up right hey when people do that you bring it up dan if you wouldn't you wouldn't saying this was the new skews reasoning hey i'm doing this terrible acted terribly toys you i've wrong you but in all fairness suicide okay once fit in my bad i guess okay be mad i mean not that it has anything to do with it and you shouldn't be worried about it what in what for you bring it up to me for you stole my shaky much back to be honest i don't know why did what they i was i wasn't even items or needing the money i feel i feel it felt terrible afterwards and seeing the post a month after the incident with my vote on what i did i made me feel like the worst person in the world and again i wanted out of this life so that's why 'cause now i can't be like you stole my sheet gave my shit back your terrible person because you're gonna be like trying to make me kill myself the comments of the party would makes despite burma saying that bergman saying that she been working become a better person over the past year claim that she was working to be a better person sees hit a bit of a hurdle however back in october that is when she went to a bar took him at home at the thirty minutes and according to court records in a criminal case said to him i want to fuck the pair they'd had sexual intercourse while the man slept she took his credit card spirit three hundred dollars at a walmart at three am while also book in a family vacation they calls twenty six hundred dollars per court records it's not even a smart crime you going to get caught you get caught in ours are she got caught with this one and you that's not right that's her her imo so she's probably got a lot of other people identity get caught and she was married now i don't think it's even though she didn't get cut caring you are dizzy stupid you going catch somebody does this nobody got twenty six hundred dollars in their bank account that they won't notice as mrs right at three hundred dollars they won't notice going yeah the fuck you dating bergman then returned to the credit cards while i was asleep she was the rest of the few days later but an interim got to enjoy some family time posted and how how was everyone's halloween what did you do what did everyone dress up as my kids are houses and their rider so much she was charged with fraud misuse of credit card in that case pokey is riding having a good time with their mama mama i hear committing grimes for husband to greg a judge ruled that she could complete that the warren county veterans in adventure program instead of going to prison while bergman would bergman haven't been a member of the armed forces that deal can be revoked however anytime she via the air probation she told nbc third in afghanistan the daily mail cannot confirm but she was at fort bragg for a number of years there her time there she was arrested on or leave at least six seven different occasions even spend time in prison at the two thousand ten arrests in virginia she is a she is a third she went by melissa beta at the time and she was stopped by score workers when she tried to leave with a bag of stolen goods from the short pumped house and and henrico bergman manage to make it outside the store and win the.
"twenty six hundred dollars" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"That hackman forgets to steal he's too busy pitcher to you let it was like that's one of the great comic seats so that's an interesting side about scarecrow i always felt like this is a film that pacino downplayed in his filmography too because i i heard stories that he was the was his film at first and that hackman ultimately stole it from him or that chats berg favored heckman in the final cut of the film which i don't i don't see it that way but that he was disappointed with the film on some level but i don't know i think it's one of his best films of that period you can't escape track i mean obviously schatzberg had a great affection for pacino i mean how shocks burke was the one that pretty much discover pacino and if it wasn't for schatzberg coppola wouldn't have known necessarily you know he's sent him over reels from panicking you'll park when he was considering him for the godfather that those reals i think really sold studio on him so so so schatzberg that's a big presence in pacino's early career but in a way it's you can't escape the the most aggressive alpha male character kind of overpowering the conversely in you know in the movie i mean it's just that's how that's that's understandable i think on the movie starts with hackman like we said and ends with hackman and at the end of the movie pacino is coma tos so really it by by default you can has to be hackman's movie just because he's the one left standing the day and he's the one that undergoes a positive up to mystic change we have to talk about this ending because the first time i watched this i had no idea what was happening reading the screenplay gave me a little bit more insight and then going back and rewatching the ending a couple times today kinda helps meant things i think one reason in this sounds a little catty but i think one reason why europeans like this a little bit more than americans was that i had a hard time sometimes understanding the dialogue and watching it with subtitles on really helped because then i could really follow it along a lot more and pick up on some of the little nuances because there's a lot of stuff being given to us dialogue this is for all intensive purposes it will it was written by a playwright and it has a lot of things going on in the dialogue and a lot of just little nuances that were not necessarily going to pick up the first time through this watching it a few times watching with the subtitles on picked up a lot more so i didn't even understand the first time i watched this what happens at the end i've been really even pick up that it was a round trip ticket from detroit to pittsburgh i thought that he was just abandoning lion and going to pittsburgh regardless second time i watched it i picked up on the idea of he's going to give he's getting around trip ticket from detroit to pittsburgh so he'll be back to take care of line third time i watched it i picked up on him offering the twenty six hundred dollars that he was going to use to start the car wash business to the doctor and then finally figured out okay he's offering him this money now he's going to go down to pittsburgh get the money out of the bank which is where he's been keeping it keeps wiring this money to pittsburgh then he's gonna come back then he's going to take care of lion so took me a lot to get that and then even reading the screenplay there's more to it because he's talking about even working at the hospital where lying is so that he could take care of him and use his wages basically to help take care of lion so there's a lot of layers here that i just didn't pick up onto admit that i was going pleat dull mass the first time i watched this is just like wow he's just going to band but chino wow what a coldhearted bastard you watched a completely different movie the first time around in the screenplay they it's a lot.
"twenty six hundred dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Let's see restricted application weldon in saint george utah my wife and i both turned sixty two prior to the end of two thousand fifteen so we are eligible to do a restricted application as i understand the new law the question is this my wife's own benefit is less than what her spousal benefit will be i realized she cannot claim the spousal benefit until i file which likely won't be until age seventy at age sixty six however could she file a restricted application for benefits on her own filing record and then when i file switch over to the larger spousal benefit if so it seems to be no reason not to do it well let's explain for folks who have trouble following exactly what weldon wants to do at sixty six could she file a restricted application for benefits are on file that's not called a restricted application that's called filing for her own benefits on her own work record at her full retirement age yeah she can do that the restricted application has to do with not applying for your own benefit applying for only a spousal retirement benefit which is not what she's trying to do she just wants to apply for her own at sixty six she's not eligible for retirement benefit a spousal retirement benefit because you're not receiving your benefit and when you do become eligible for your recent our should say when you do start receiving your benefit then she'll become eligible for an additional amount equal to the difference between her benefit and the spousal benefit at that time so let's say her benefit did they give him out to they no bounce let's say her benefit at full retirement age was eight hundred bucks a month and your benefit at full retirement age is twenty six hundred dollars a month.
"twenty six hundred dollars" Discussed on Z100
"And what's going on let me just tell you what i do here yeah they call on my pantaleo then i turned the ferry dust working ray ray can i call you ray right good okay here's my name is raymond just called me right stop filled you in your name your wedding planning now i got your file right here i don't even know who you are i don't know what he's doing man who are you what do you call me from my name is melissa wait hold on a second hold on let me make a note here hold on all right of course i'll take care of that let them do their thing right right my guys are going to have those out your place settings they we'll get that fixed that's a boom all right i got you look shrimp cocktail hour to ice sculptures bride and groom kupuna nelson boom that's what you ask for right no no thank you talking about twenty six hundred dollars forty three ice sculptures right hey look at work i can't deal with this right now bride and groom to thirty arriving together with the wedding party and the family boom boom photographer to boom dj boom boom reception five you got the room till at least ten boom boom wasn't so far right good talking about your in the chandelier room this where i'm walking right now ray my guys are installing a brand new chandelier as we speak you gotta see this thing right bohemia crystal only seven individual lights your fiancee beth actually asked for this chandelier right i don't know if you know that i can tell you my name is back her name is melissa this desk nothing apple right right right right what's going on what.
"twenty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Average near you need is twenty six hundred dollars right long can keep my wife on board okay well i mean if you don't have any money in the bank she has to be on board our industry or something but i don't think i don't think any of that's going to happen so if we take twenty seven thousand dollars and write a check and reduced that to twenty one thousand dollars one hundred percent debt free and you have never had a ninety day stretch in which you didn't cover your household needs i don't see the risk okay because there's no there's no possibility burning through twenty one thousand dollars correct not to cover basic needs anyway i mean you could go bassem stupid but in terms of our is your family going to miss out on something over let's say you had one month that was zero two months that were zero which will be the first time it's ever happened well that would be six thousand dollars of your remaining twenty one thousand leaving you down to fifteen thousand correct what's your average has been nine thousand over ninety days and so the average would be you would get nine thousand back in the next month and that would be the most volatile that your business has ever been since you've opened it and you still would never be below fifteen thousand so i don't see the risk i think you write the check today do you follow how did that i did because of the possible burn rate of that money to keep your family eating but we don't have that you've got you know you've got a very stable thriving young business congratulations yeah you've done really well and i think you're just being really conservative.
"twenty six hundred dollars" Discussed on AP News
"Two fishermen was more than twenty six hundred dollars the most north carolina museums displaying two eggs found in utah from a dinosaur that one expert calls a fifteen foot tall chicken the eggs look like small footballs the north carolina museum of natural sciences in raleigh said in a news release thursday that the x date about ninety seven million years and are from a feathered dinosaur they're the only ovalles wrapped tour of sore eggs ever found in north america most other examples have been found in china or mongolia the dinosaurs had feathers beaks and perret shaped heads and walked onto legs they weighed about fifty pounds the eggs can be seeing the museums glasswalled laboratory where visitors can watch further study efforts doctors helping terminally ill patients and their lives is about to become legal in hawaii ap correspondent jackie quinn says it will require more than one doctor for any given patient hawaii state senate joined the house in approving a bill that will allow doctors to provide terminally ill patients with prescription medication that will allow them to die the governor said that he'll sign the measure the bill include safeguards requiring to dock actors to certify someone is terminal a waiting period and a mental health evaluation opponents like the hawaii family forum say they're concerned this could make the elderly and disabled feel pressure to end their lives early to not burden their families i'm jacky quin welcome to total wine and more it's much more than a wine store it's the eighth wonder of the world when people talk about little wine and more they get a little carried away we're just a big friendly place run by people with a passion for wine and beer see we travel the world to find the best wines from the best regions and we seldom the lowest prices anywhere and friendly helpful experts at every turn you know what maybe we are.
"twenty six hundred dollars" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
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"twenty six hundred dollars" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"For election so twenty six hundred dollars for the primary in twenty connor dollars for the general or political party to me twenty five thousand dollars for election so many they do you know he can't a total of fifty thousand dollars for both of general primary now when you see individual does that mean people who are here in missouri people who are outside of missouri and how to packs work into this so it it doesn't matter worry lens on it it just feels with individuals and in terms of act what we do it we limit have contributions to political arrieta twenty five thousand and we also eliminate the ability of act to donate two candidates and we also eliminating accessibility to donate other so we're trying to close the loophole where people can get around the on the limit and we're trying to it's has in the screen corner he rule on the sensation said look this is freedom of speech why should i be restricted on how much i want to give to a political candidate now when it comes to an individual when it comes to a corporation or union yeah and what we do enough him and then it's actually say that you guys can not in terms of corporation didn't indians donate to an individual candidate but you can said after around acting ryan has four against the candidate so we don't even deal with those issue issues that have been rejected by the supreme court in the that's why you convince at this is going to six whatever might be broken in the system well i know there's some people say that well we got change here and that that's wonderful and matt yeah willie protect everything that we need to worry about when it comes to donation.