17 Burst results for "Twenty Thirty Forty Million Dollar"
"twenty thirty forty million dollar" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Hi thank you for taking me to talk to you sure I noticed that a lot of people a very intelligent college graduates read faster than I do but I don't understand what is the purpose of them both even though the Democrats and their intelligence I believe that even the more educated than me com to vote for a it's for the people who put their hands in the pockets and become so much richer one base all of it all before they even let you know before they came to such a a high level of the government day came we know how much they had because the news was telling us a you know what they've made much bait acquired now yes No person can achieve as a worker one zero such intelligent people who want to vote for Democrats who take care of their money I don't understand that well what issues you're confusing intelligence with wisdom right I have a high degree of it don't have PhD but I have a master's degree and I people degrees don't you know don't impress me in it so intelligence Jimmy Carter supposedly was for that higher IQ so don't use it intelligence confused intelligence with was the knowing what's right so I think a and I appreciate your call because you make a good point they do start at a lot of them poor and wind up rich that's not what it was all about I think I don't I don't confuse the two I don't know who is the Daniel Boone a Davy Crockett I think was Boone or one of them was the nose Crockett I think was a congressman and after serving there he left he said that the you're not supposed to stay there and get rich of the stuff in there that's part of the problem in fact I think one of our callers thanks to looking for under still looking today has the president of the center obey we lost that call but maybe we'll find it the one we have term limits well here here's what's good about now since I'm mentioning it Lewis in Bellingham Washington you're on with mark yeah you are a couple things a bright boy hold it down to a good call to change the culture in Washington several things we need to build one of which is terrible once we went going to Washington DC okay all their rich themselves and grow the government we're never going to get a handle on this problem ten years for congressman Max all twelve years for senators Max that way we can prevent the people will just go off on like parasites on to the body politic during the blow out of our country if I'm not wrong I agree with you but if I'm not wrong I think the courts of rule that unconstitutional that it's not in the constitution therefore we can't limit of congressman well if we need a constitutional amendment was still the other thing is formerly the Muslim countries have contributed dominance of twenty thirty forty million dollars to American University George tell Harvard Yale and they planted in university little more drawful little outpost to destroy Judeo Christian culture from within we've got a elementary all form are you coming to our colleges and universities happened you know that's where they get the ball to the money from now right the colleges see this is it the cash cow so that's a problem too let me know just think when a prayer seven seven six where are the Republicans mark I still filling in for Dennis Prager I just find your left wing cranks and there will resume that there and the Russian.
"twenty thirty forty million dollar" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing
"I have to say actually welcome back because I think we had John for bill to sell you have to do that. It's great to be back up so let's so let's just start. There's a lot of business owners out there. Some of whom are listening today. I suspect that one sell their company so if I wake up one morning I think I wanNA sell my business. What's the first thing I need to do. I mean the easiest thing to think about and the toughest do is how well would your business thrive without you running. Essentially that's the essence of a building a valuable company because when somebody obvious to buys it it's it's gotta run with without you and if it runs without you you've got a valuable asset that if it doesn't then you've you've got to change us to make some changes to make we'll do you does it also not have to the vehicle to run without you. Do have to actually demonstrate that as well. I mean you have to sort of prove that so that some somebody can clearly see oh. This isn't dependent on you yeah for sure. I mean the smaller the company you have the more skeptical of buyer is going to be that it runs without you if you've got twenty thirty forty million dollar company. Nobody nobody assumes that that's being all run on the back of one owner but if you've got a five hundred thousand dollar company or a three hundred thousand dollar company that's when their radar Arab potential acquirers way up and they're like okay what happens when we write you a check and you hit the beach. Does this whole thing kind of fall away and so the smaller caller you have a company that the more skeptical going to be so you in the value builder system kind of lean on these drivers of saleability kind of the things that people. I used to determine or demonstrate. That company has value. I'm guessing the you know one of them. Certainly is a lot of you know. What's the revenue? What's the profit but but it does it go in terms of the financial part does go beyond Demonstra herb showing a profit and loss statement. You're right it financial performance. I mean you can't get away from it. It's important to acquires rights. What's your top line revenue. The more revenue you have the more valuable your company's going to be generally. obviously profitability is going to be important. Things like gross margin are also important. Here's why when an acquire looks at your company. If your gross margin is dropping consistently year-over-year they're they're. GonNa draw the conclusion that you've lost your marketing differentiation. Not Something you talk a lot about with your customers the idea that if you are starting to have to compete and quote unquote by business and therefore your gross margin is dropping. They're going to assume that the growth cycle of your company has matured and and that's GonNa be a real down downward pressure on your value. If your gross margin however is consistent or growing. They're gonNA assume that you're increasing your pricing authority meaning. You're you're becoming more differentiated for what you do and therefore your business is going to be more attractive to acquire so it's it's it's important. Financial performance is important but there are some nuances associated with as well so I had somebody reach out to me a couple years ago and they said Hey. There's a company in your industry. They they WANNA THEY WANNA buy you out there. You know they're going to a couple of companies like yours and and you know you're a real target and they wanNA roll all these companies up and so I I was like okay okay. You know I'll play you know. Tell me tell me what you got mine and they sent me this list about forty seven things that they needed to see and I was like I'm done. I'm Outta here that it looks like a lot of work so in addition to just like your quickbooks profit and lost what he what are you I mean. It seems to me like people I mean. They're buying a business sort on faith but maybe they're going to need more than faith. They sure are and by the way that's a typical fishing letter used by either private equity group group or a business broker as flattering as it can be hit probably doesn't mean a whole lot it probably you and ten thousand other people like you got the same letter so it can be quite flattering but but at the same time I would have my radar up. Atlanta's like that and really be fairly conservative the inner approach look. They're gonNA. They're gonNA WANNA know how repeatable is your business without you and beyond just revenue and profits. Let's and gross margin. The roskin understand recurring revenue so Y- subscription based annuity based revenue. Why is that important. Will it predicts that in the future that revenue will come in again without you as the rainmaker. A lot of people know business owners are the sort of rainmakers in their company and so acquires one on okay if we pull you out of the equation here. Is this revenue GonNa Continue. That's why they love service contract subscriptions anything where there's sort of a tale to the revenue and you actually wrote a book about that the I can't remember forgive me subscription economy or something. It's not indelible in your mind all the automatic customer the that was the basis of it really right and I think that beyond the saleability of a company I mean I think that's just a great visits. Practice isn't it you had to build in. Some sort of recurring revenues yeah it. It takes a lot of the stress away from running a company when you know at the beginning of the month you've got most of your revenue already spoken for. I used to run this goes back back twenty years ago. A project based consultancy and there was nothing worse than the beginning of the month because the beginning of you had to like being on a hamster wheel started it all over again right and and try to piece together or revenue because winsome projects bid on some stuff and it was this constant scurrying around trying defined revenue and a good month you piece it together like a patchwork quilt but for months and so recurring revenue is is one of those sort of de stressors for for people they also you know it helps. You predict what you're going to need in your company many years or at least months. Let's in future. I'm reminded of the guys H. Bloom of you heard this story but h balloon before. I don't think half so H. Bloom is a subscription based flower store flower accompany essentially you can buy a subscription to flowers you might say well who buys flowers on subscription well. It turns out that a lot of very boutique hotels and sort of upscale. We'll restaurants by flowers every two weeks or major bloom because they want to give that sort of professional image. Well turns out typical. Flour stores throws out garbage. herbage is sixty percent of its inventory every single month why because the stuff that Dan in the fridge they guess wrong and how many flowers they need to buy yet h blooms spoilage rate is less than two percent per month because they know how many people are buying flowers that month in advance because because they're all buying them on subscription and so it makes your business way less stressful. It also helps you kind of figure out. How many trucks you're GonNa need on the road or how many guys you're going to need our gals unit in six twelve eighteen months from now which is huge so you mentioned the idea of growth potential? You see every day these these. IPO's coming out of companies that that like we work for example just had an idea IPO and last quarter they lost like seven hundred million dollars so our people banking on growth potential so so you know how do you demonstrate growth potential. Let's go down to the small business like I think by businesses awesome. I've done a lot of amazing things in my business so clearly the growth potentials huge so that was met with that was said facetiously but I mean isn't that that's obviously an important factor but you know how do you how how do you demonstrate that or how do you even quantify that yes so growth potential is really important to investors and acquirers a lot of it is going to be predicated on the industry that you're in and right so so if you're a law firm most acquirers know that for a law firm to scale it requires hiring a bunch of associates on boarding them. I'm training them and it takes years to really get them to be effective associates and as a result those companies don't scale very quickly and they're they're multiples or what acquired what people are willing to pay to by law firm tends to be fairly low whereas if you're a manufacturing company and acquire can look at your businesses to say if we can get the sales in marketing right and bring in lots more business we can just put on another shift make the assembly line run twice as fast or they can stamp out there widget much more quickly. They're going to pay much higher multiple. Why technology companies ones that particular that are based on Saas aspect software for example are getting tremendous multiples because acquires no they don't need to invest in a lot of infrastructure scale they can they can simply grow quickly by winning winning new customer so so you're going to want to demonstrate what's the model. I love looking at cost per account acquired as a key metric to share with potential acquirer so by able to being able to demonstrate like I put a thousand dollars at the top of the funnel invested thousand dollars in whatever marketing telemarketing facebook marking whatever you choose to do in your marketing put a thousand dollars in and I get three customers in other words might cost to acquire account is three hundred and thirty three dollars. That's huge information information for potential acquirer because guess what they've got lots of money typically so they can say okay if you're getting three customers for every thousand dollars a well. It stands to reason if I invest ten thousand dollars a month. I'd get thirty customers and if I invested underground I get three hundred customers and so that AH Information Cossack choir is huge yeah if you could really nail that I mean you can make a case for saying. Let's go borrow money to do that right. Almost I mean if you can really get sure about that if it costs if we can make more money off of a client then it costs US require and we know exactly what it costs us to inquire. That's a pretty valuable ratio show. That's huge huge a lot of small businesses and when I say small I'm referring to cut a ten person. Companies Five percent companies twenty percent companies. They're UH acquired their purchase not by other companies but by individuals and individuals by businesses with debt and they typically in the United States at least let's get an SBA loan small business administration loan and the SBA is basically a bank guarantee or government guaranteed low in the bank will offer and it it will allow an acquirer an individual to buy a business that they couldn't ordinarily afford well in order to be air quotes back. Ankle Bowl meaning a company that a bank would lend to you have to have some of these metrics. Dowden now word from a sponsor..
"twenty thirty forty million dollar" Discussed on Niners Nation
"Whether that is trading up in the draft for a quarterback or whether that is overpaying someone in free agency. You are so confident that this is the one guy that other teams then take advantage of you. And you generally don't want to be that team. But the third and final thing is that bad spending decisions don't magically correct themselves while yes, the cap is largely an allusion handing out bad contracts can still impact your ability to put together a winning roster. When you look at the Malcolm Smith deal specifically. Yes, he's now restructured it, it's basically a one year deal. But he's still got two years of effectively top end the top and money for a linebacker that we didn't need to pay. If everyone else if the Niners knew what everyone else knew, which it wasn't very good. Right. And when you look at good teams, they get value from their signings. And this is why rookie deals was so valuable, but this is alternately why getting production beyond the players contract is super important. Kevin Clarke had a great story on his podcasts on the ringer. Earlier this week, and he was talking to a personnel man in the NFL, and he said that you effectively have the salary cap and the salary cap is one hundred and eighty five hundred million dollars. Whatever the hell sat right jumps up ten million dollars a year. But you affected we want to sign players that make it seem like your team is playing at a two hundred and fifty million dollar cap. And you do that when players outperform the salaries, you give them, and so if you give out a bunch of twenty thirty forty million dollar deals, the likelihood of a player outperforming that slim to none, right? It's just it's it's tough when you're paying players what they're worth, right? And it sounds crappy. But that's kind of like from a team perspective and looking at through that lens, right? You're trying to build the best possible team that you can build within those restrictions. You need to get access value from players, especially I think when you have your quarterback. I mean there I think you look at Jimmy garoppolo's contract right now going forward for the rest of is probably the best example of the foreigners have currently of going. They're hopefully going to get access value from that deal. Right. He's going to have cap hits that put him at best in the middle of the pack among quarterbacks salaries every year, and he's a player that we expect to perform much higher than that. And that is where you really get that value because then you're getting a player. That's that's giving you more than you're giving him, and you can then devote those resources that excess that you get to other players to be able to sign them in the more often you can do that the better off you're going to be. So those are the Prior's those are the things that we think are important when it comes to roster building. These are the things that good teams do by and large in order to win in football. So now, let's take a look at the contracts and the and the decisions the team has made over the last couple of days and put them through this lens and figure out whether or not they are good deals is what you can understand. Why the hell we've been ranting and raving for the last two days, and I let's get to the first contract that we handed out we'll the wrath of Kwan. I love dude. I love it. I've already I've got to the title of the podcast is going to be pretty dope as well. It's going to be probably quantity million. I mean, the pun game is strong. That's maybe the best part of this signing quantity million is up there. Quantified their love..
"twenty thirty forty million dollar" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"You have nothing about us. Why should we care about you? And the fact that he couldn't get the Anthony Davis deal done really screwed things up for him and skin posted a story on on. It was from the New Yorker. And it was Louisa Thomas wrote this story. It's fantastic. If you get a chance, it's absolutely awesome. And it was talking about. Kevin durant? Kind of taking a shot at Steve Kerr will Steve Kerr was like look we need to we need to play a little differently. We need to be angry. And Kevin Durant was like now, I thought we were supposed to come off joy. I mean, we were supposed to be excited about playing this game. And just a little different. All David Adam silver, recently said he spoke with some players, and they all seem generally unhappy that players across the league seem unhappy and Charles Barkley started railing. And he was like that's the stupidest thing I've ever heard a Commissioner say these guys are making twenty thirty forty million dollars a year. They work six seven months a year. They stay in the best hotels in the world. And ain't got no problems. But then you start to kind of look at what they do to themselves. And the fact that they kind of create these social silos for themselves where if in the past Colby. If you had a problem with one of your teammates, you get on an airplane, and you have to ride on that same airplane with your teammate. And you're probably gonna air something out at some point. Right. Pro somebody's probably going to say something. Now, I can put my beats on go sit in my seat way over there in the corner and play on my phone and tweet about somebody. I don't even have to ever talk to my teammates. I can just tweet to him if I want to and that's kind of what they're saying. And then the very end of this though sets up the the biggest I mean, just this really strong quote. The. The NBA. The postmodern axiom is much more real than it is for most of us. It's it's also awkwardly at odds with the collective the of teamwork brands don't have teammates. They don't even really have friends. The I the identity of a brand is quite literally defined by how the public season it must make for the peculiar peculiar kind of loneliness to feel obliged to see yourself this way to LeBron is been brand his entire career. He's been LeBron since he got into before he got into the NBA. He has been a brand of himself. And I wonder if he's ever really had a friend or ever really had a connection other than these are assets that are trying to help me win a championship and his entire career. No, not not after after leaving high school. I don't think he's ever experienced that. Maybe with the first Cavaliers team when he still had that has come rotary to go round. And by the way, going back to. The audio that we just got through playing what we're talking about Kareem. You know, the only reason why that was he did that right? It's because LeBron's in a Lakers uniform. That's the only reason why you had Kareem say that because they needed somebody of the old Laker guard to come back up the new Lakers that are there are the new Laker that is there they needed that. They got that from one of their guys. I think that's the only reason why you saw that happen. It's interesting. Do you think that the the group now the mentality? You know, when you look LeBron that anybody has now taken a little next step to Luca and the future of what the Mavericks are going to be you know, he comes over here. He's he's born into the Twitter world, we see this, dude..
"twenty thirty forty million dollar" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Yeah, look, what can happen when you give him one good receiver. That's the only what about Israel's dog. He's good. He's tiny. You can't just that he moved back down Brady chooses take fifteen million and they throw on a little package on top of incentives for a million each in five categories. If your top five in the league, you can get five million extra imacs out. All that's nothing fan. Number one. If he that guy is I want to be number one is basis fifteen million in the next seven months. Aaron Rodgers will make eighty million dollars. Think about that eighty million. So air Rogers went full on diva LeBron James and said, I want it all. I wanna break your Bank. You have to pay me by far the most money. Any quarterback in this league makes because I'm Erin body, never guess what happens. The salary cap is strapped by Aaron Rodgers because he's going to get such a huge portion. He's gonna get what about half the cap. So all of a sudden you're telling me the divas ain't any good wonder why? Because the quarterbacks make it all the money. Look at this in twenty eighteen which is this year air Rogers. Cap number is twenty point. Nine million Tom Brady is twenty two twenty nineteen Aaron Rodgers. Cat number twenty. Six point five Tom Brady is twenty seven. That's the end times contract. What's your end? The Brady's. I mean what's the big but see win the big money starts to kick in guess what? The salary cap will be gone up. Twenty thirty forty million dollars. He's so now these numbers compared to get sixty seven million before Jane where he's sixty seventy eighty seven. Okay, we'll he gets eighty. So if we did a vacuum right now some man from Mars dropped in and we said, hey, I know you don't know anything about football, but this guy's the reigning in the threw for five hundred and five yards in the Super Bowl. But this guy who was heard all last year he gets eighty million dollars over the next seven months. How much is this guy? The reigning in the worth? Well, the Martian would say, oh, he's worth one hundred million. The mind with a guy that got I write is worth the most money. 'cause I know his staff. That's us. What are you talking about? I have no problem with he wouldn't get paid what he got paid. I had no problem wouldn't even getting more than that at the end of the day, like he has to do was best for him to cap and everything else that's up to the to the team, the GM you better start drafting writing drafting, correct..
"twenty thirty forty million dollar" Discussed on WBOB 600AM
"I was watching the sunday night game i may six down at saint louis cardinals and all the cardinals player and coaches stood up along the first base line attention had over their heart and the camera went over to survey site and they're only coaches up there no players the players apparently were sitting on the bench zeroed in on joel madden joel madden turnaround look at the the bench and he shook his head and they were they were just the coaches and i've never seen this before a parody is starting to happen in baseball too is that right yeah it looks like it i haven't i haven't seen that in fact i haven't watch a cubs games since that night i'm telling you these fools just don't get it these fools are destroying these these these sports these businesses these professions they're they're destroying them for kids in college right now in high school who want to move up the chain to they have a responsibility to those kids behind them just as babe ruth had a response but they all had a responsible they don't get this is the most narcissistic ego maniacal selfish mancha athletes with clear exceptions but as a whole that have ever played any sport and i get to sit here and listen to these jerks who earn ten twenty thirty forty million dollars a year tell us about social injustice lecturing people are in forty fifty sixty thousand dollars a year and a paint one hundred twenty dollars to get a.
"twenty thirty forty million dollar" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Yeah you were talking about steve kerr and the warriors i was watching the sunday night game a mate six down at saint louis cardinals and all the cardinals player and coaches stood up along the first base line editor tension handled at her heart and they they kick the camera went over to survey site and they're only coaches up there no players the players apparently were sitting on the bench the fact they zeroed in on joe madden and joel madden turnaround look at the bench and he shook his head and there they were just two coaches and i've never seen this before a parody of starting to happen in baseball too yeah looks like it i haven't i haven't seen that in fact i haven't watch a cubs games since that night i'm telling you these fools just don't get it these fools are destroying these these these sports these businesses these professions they're destroying him for kids in college right now in high school who want to move up the chain to they have a responsibility to those kids behind them just as you know babe ruth had a response but they all had a response they don't get this is the most narcissistic ego maniacal selfish mancha athletes with clear exceptions but as a whole that have ever played any sport and i gotta sit here and listen to these jerks who are in ten twenty thirty forty million dollars a year tell us about social injustice lecturing people were in forty fifty sixty thousand dollars a year and a pain one hundred twenty dollars to get a.
"twenty thirty forty million dollar" Discussed on Slate Money
"Yeah you know americans love american movies and people around the rule of american movies but americans don't like any other kind of film it just hasn't happened and there was that example of the four great wall oh four four year year movie in china which then didn't work here at all but that was that was a purely chinese film the the great wall was made you know is in english it was made to be you know a co production that would be a work in china and in the west and ended up working nowhere you know and they put they put matt damon and a bunch of chinese stars together to open the movie is he a movie star matt damon is in the category jennifer lawrence and everybody else's wayne johnson which is in certain films right you know and matt damon works in the bourne films but this plenty of matt damon movies at you know don't open it very much jennifer lawrence in the hunger games everybody goes to see and tom cruise in mission impossible but but they don't wanna see them no matter what they're doing and that's true for matt damon is well he just in this movie suburban con with which i think open to two million dollars that's that's so stunning stunning number well well i guess i would just last thing because i thought we thought it was also interesting how you pointed out that films can be bigger flops now than they ever used to be this and so that may make studios like less likely to want to take a chance on a actors pet project and they would have been in the past because if it's a small film that's not tied to a franchise it won't just make a small amount of money it can make like no nothing yeah i mean it used to be in hollywood that if you spend your marketing dollars if you spend twenty thirty forty million dollars on marketing which is what you have to spend in the us to open a film you were going to open to something you could buy an opening could get people to come out and you'd open to at least let's say ten or fifteen million dollars it seemed impossible that you couldn't but now is i quote a i think tom rothman who runs sony pictures now i quote him in.
"twenty thirty forty million dollar" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Alex is tremendous weather home scripted plays but that game which there for the taking and marcus mario two of the two quarterbacks didn't have ideal situations he was on the road couldn't hear himself think and mario made the plays offscript alec smith did not where thailand was raw on thursday we did this goofy quarterback head bracket and my staff thought it was ridiculous but i said i'm going to pick the playoff winter's solely on who the better quarterback is and we argued back and forth on who the better quarterback is a dumb way to pick lay offs i went one in three this weekend now i will say that brady still there and banned still bear breeze still there not just a stupid idea not going to lady of john goulet was off last week you didn't have to sit through that dumb segment where colin was right when liu guoliang got higher but the lakers i said yeah i like him he's a kid though i mean if you if you wanna have a young laker rebuild you're given the keys to the mercedes here to a kid well there's a third worse team in the nba and there is massive dysfunction in this locker room we just don't give the stand ban gun these in the rick carlisle credit this is a hard lead to coach in okay you've got players make an eight twelve twenty thirty forty million dollars shoes there's egos.
"twenty thirty forty million dollar" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In oprah winfrey land now and ellen landed george lucas land and katy perry landon all of them are saying where hacking up our stuff out where the houses are twenty thirty forty million dollars and and that is while we were in one of those eyes burn zones evacuation worse i would not mandatory by job voluntary valuation orders a places and it was marjorie already started packing up her son sunghee i spoke with higher at their house if i didn't realize and she does itchy lee genuine the hour via and now my daughter pamela all you have the game her yeah all she did was get her tower for the computer that was at put it in her car and drive your boyfriends house and say goodbye i mata here then we called her back because my wife's suv was in the shop and there and so therefore the only suv we had was pamela us so you're coming back sweetheart so she left the tower and came back and she was not a happy camper battleready bailed out on us so quickly it was just kabaya mightier kudos though to pamela by the way for all her help with the pasta tagnon has which tv feed poison 105 he actually raves odd she actually raise money she raises money every year several thousand dollars she raises throughout the year 'cause she does eased 24 four hits whom uh were she stays up 24 hours in in solemn behalf katharina s club sees great all right we're gonna come back was take the i'd early no actually it's on time break and we've got plenty more handle on the news coming up kfi am 640 okay jennifer don't lease a new lease going back to our explosion in new york city it went off in an underground passageway near the port authority bus terminal in manhattan just blocks from time square police officials have described it as a suicide bombing at least one person has been hurt we're hearing now possibly as many as four according to the new york city fire department but the person who had the bomb is expected to survive and has been arrested the massive wildfire raging in ventura in santa barbara county is reaching historic levels the thomas fire is two hundred thirty thousand acres as of last night making it the fifth largest wildfire in california's history and.
"twenty thirty forty million dollar" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Lee story suicide bomber uh his hit the port authority and that the port authorities the bus station in new york coming in from new jersey and if you go to newark airport says takeshima shelf you fly in the newark you take the bus from new jersey in two a new york and that's where you get off the port authority bus terminal and there're saw actually it's pretty good news number one the only person injured was the bomber himself literally hold on as okay there we go the new york city fire department is just now confirming four people in all all right that's a shame of the same went off prematurely and it looks like he is a special needs suspected bomber which i helped an awful lot and so was a pipe bomb and it was a backpack and a detonated doug prematurely and up now uh a bangladesh he looks like he's from bangladesh and clearly isis inspired a bangladesh national and i'm assuming of course he has to be muslim uh i doubt there are very many amish suicide bombers running around any place these days although they do have that beer you know that we think about it the amish okay let's just let's just move on some are bad news i two hundred and thirty thousand acres the thomas fires now the fifth largest wildfire in california history were these did modern yellow and nothing looks like it's stopping it from going off in that category because it is what ten percent contain now yet went down it was fifteen percent over the weekend now is just ten of the cook is it grew by fifty thousand acres and unwitted means are still kicking up today not as bad but we are still looking at twenty to thirty miles per hour bad enough and it's just we are bone dry down the national weather service is it it's even thing we've never seen anything like us it's crazy and it's in oprah winfrey land now and ellen land george lucas land and katy perry landon all of them are saying where hacking up our stuff out where the houses are twenty thirty forty million dollars.
"twenty thirty forty million dollar" Discussed on Capital Allocators
"In two thousand six and two thousand seven from a hedge fund and a big bank and it was a lot of money with a very lucky and we were able to buy a lot of these great assets early on and then the financial crisis hit two thousand eight two thousand nine and the hedge fund that head been supplying us all of our equity capital ended up literally going out of business overnight i mean but was really want clean swoop they were amazing partners and they were just absolutely fantastic but you know they went from a five billion dollar hedge fund to not a lot overnight and so we we lost our partner our financing partner in terms of equity and then that put us in a situation we we could no longer draw down on our senior credit facility at this major bank and so you know being entrepreneurial back in two thousand nine away this great company we had these amazing assets they were cash flowing but we couldn't by twenty thirty forty million dollar assets anymore right so as a way to continue to grow our business we spread out for music publishing and we started a management business at sea low greet one of the first management clients that we brought on and we manage shifts fantastic amazing talent in great people i mean we manage in a sealow green melissa ethridge fantasia eric benet laws cypress hill lots of really really fantastic talent just really incredible talent and we got into the film and tv side of the business we put up a brand team in place and a digital team in place around two thousand ten to expand the services that we were offering and then we got into the television business and film business as part of what we do in two thousand fourteen.
"twenty thirty forty million dollar" Discussed on This Week in Startups - Audio
"But some of us we like to operate in the difficult hard area what i like to call the goldilocks zone because it is an opportunity not too hot not to cold the company may be launched but the company may not have had scale yet that's where dave samuel seems to operate in ho correct me if i'm wrong but he is the cofounder of freestyle capital personal friend of mine and somebody i admire very much all the founders i send to him comeback uniformly with a wow that guy's smart and he gave me his time and his energy and that's really what it's about is doing the work and i think a lot of times people in our business forget that so without are welcomed their samuel finally thanks to the program and who've been talking about this for awhile i know it's crazy you know i just all of a sudden have these like moments where my dave hasn't been on the program where this other person i've known for ten years or twenty years hasn't been on the program and we kept this one done it's been a long time yeah you know uh it's been a long time now we met back when you were doing something called spinner yes and you had super boost so businesses tail to here well yeah i'm back then showing a business to aol ori yahoo was considered for our generation of entrepreneurs were like the generators to sell a company for twenty thirty forty million dollars was that was kind of the goal yes now what it's been herself or back then you still for three twenty three hundred twenty million dollars down credible.
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"Dave hasn't been on the program where this other person i've known for ten years or twenty years hasn't been on the program and we kept this one done it's been a long time yeah you know uh it's been a long time now we met back when you were doing something called spinner yes and you had super boost so businesses tale tail yeah i'm back then showing a business to aol ori yahoo was considered for our generation of entrepreneurs were like the generators to sell a company for twenty thirty forty million dollars was that was kind of the goal yes now what it's been herself or back then you so for three twenty three hundred twenty million dollars down credible we were we were lucky that was one of the biggest acquisitions of at times ten times bigger than weblogs zinc which i sold at fifteen times bigger than flicker or delicious which i think one of the twenty million or tech crunch or any of these things at solden that sorta cohort you were a little bit for us yeah we were lucky and those may have ninety nine what did spinner do and why was it so valuable to aol so we launched the first internet radio service back on april first nineteen six and really the service was has many similarities to pinned or today than so we just had internet radio in in egypt forward to ninety nine an air well was looking for a radio play we had launched yahu radio and wincorp devil's like wait we can buy this company in we can physically set yahoo back also because there's lots of kind of geostrategic things going on.
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"Dave hasn't been on the program where this other person i've known for ten years or twenty years hasn't been on the program and we kept this one done it's been a long time yeah you know uh it's been a long time now we met back when you were doing something called spinner yes and you had super boost so businesses tale tail yeah i'm back then showing a business to aol ori who was considered for our generation of entrepreneurs were like the generators to sell a company for twenty thirty forty million dollars was that was kind of the goal yes now what it's been herself or back then you so for three twenty three hundred twenty million dollars and credible we were we were lucky that was one of the biggest acquisitions of at times ten times bigger than weblogs zinc which i sold at fifteen times bigger than flicker or delicious which i think one of the twenty million or tech crunch or any of these things at solden that sorta cohort you were a little bit for us yeah we were lucky and those may have ninety nine what did spinner do and why was it so valuable to aol so we launched the first internet radio service back on april first nineteen 96 and really the service was has many similarities to pin dora today than so we just had internet radio in in jump forward to ninety nine an air well was looking for radio play we had launched yahu radio in wincorp devil's lake wait we can buy this company in we can be squeeze set yahoo back also 'cause there's lots of kind of geostrategic things going on.
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"In so many instances last year not just with the warriors with other teams they do national tv game on this game there was a backtoback yep i was like yeah how do you not understand that there they they shouldn't have to play especially lascher with some of the warriors travels or was it like minutes wta down in new orleans to memphis and then all the way back to lie la and then back home i mean some of the summer schedule and does still doesn't make sets still the stomach sets i do see the charles barkley quote whether way no he says he no these poor babies can't play backtoback games are making twenty thirty forty million dollars a year but we want to make it convenient for them we get stress them out we're gonna just make it more comfortable for them the private jets and fourstar hotels is not enough you have you it we have the audio and this these poor babies can't play backtoback games in older macomb twenty thirty forty million dollars a year but uh we just want to make it convenient for them i am so angry at the nba foot tell these guys wait a minute will play third afford a million above you can't play basketball two days in a row tickets a travesty that the nba dengist just these guys to play basketball two days in a row uh move on a susan up it's just a joke to me job him do you agree with them your former a high end athlete well i was mega thirty forty million dollars a year but i just don't similar travel or they have i can understand and you know peak gone he and i had this debate about resting guys and i want a guy to play for twenty years i don't want him to play for twelve and then he be done because he is all the wear and tear of playoffs in full seasons and you know for the the warrior guy's going three straight june's no deepen in the playoffs obviously taking to the brink on two of them or one of them and then you know having all the international play look i want these guys the play for so if they take a day off i'm i'm ford i don't care i don't.
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"I mean look i was interested to see you want i figured it wasn't going to be a surprise it the karen handel one i thought here's here's where i was conflicted like a it should have been a surprise as she won the republicans held that seat for abuse of decades but the thing that really caught my interest is like all the money that the democrats spin for us of to do that i thought man she is a spin any money but boy dispute lick twenty thirty forty million dollars i thought well he has a chance now but apparently money dozen byelections anymore we should have learned that lesson in november to be honest with you this really wasn't that big of a deal but the folks in the left kinda made this a big deal they had celebrities tweeting about this race added put a ton of money into a tide you're going to turn here against the republicans this was the trump slayer right also if they've they've first of all has the republicans won like four other of these runoff elections five in an era by no so aziz think about that with as much crap or whatever you want to call it that the president takes sometimes right voice oh cherry hill five in when elections i thought yesterday was supposed to be the big middle finger to the trump administration this was supposed to be the democrats are rising up and saying we're not i'm going to take the city more were coming for you this is a young guy and even know he can't even vote in the district that he's running for he's gonna win this thing and this is going to send shockwaves throughout america i wasn't even sure what also smith's terje was exactly besides resist resist resist antitrump never trump resist resist resist never trump other than that it didn't i think midway through his campaign he kinda toned down a little bit i never really understood exactly what his message was last night karen handel when she went up to officially celebrate the win she thanked a certain psalm one and let into the room respond i need to also thank speaker ryan and the house leadership and so many of the members across this country who also united to help us hold the sixth and a special thank the president of the united.