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"two five million dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Biden more down on than is of israeli 1000 condemning and tragedy today's people cities the war wounded. in deadly Hamas president terror and said Biden attack other that groups, noted the on u the Israel. .s. the U world will .S. make has sure stands Speaking seen with from israel the the Israel. appalling White House citizens images this will have afternoon, of The the surprise several help thousands it attack needs major of Biden left called rockets to u hundreds .s. raining it a defend down their airlines have canceled flights to israel because of the ongoing conflict irk and united and delta have canceled weekend flights to tel aviv from major u .s. cities including chicago new york jersey new and san francisco a spokesperson for delta said the airline will work with the u .s. government to assist with safe the return of any americans who want to come home there's a nine thousand dollar reward for information leading to arrests in the morgan state university shooting tina kodiak has more baltimore police say based on ballistics evidence investigators believe two shooters open fire tuesday night injuring five people four victims have been released from the hospital and the fifth is in stable condition the shooting led to the cancellation of classes and homecoming events week this the classes will resume as scheduled on monday university police say there are now more security officers in in residence halls and city police have increased patrols on and around the campus i'm dina given mccarthy says he has no plans to resign from congress news reports early friday claimed the california republican planned on stepping down after being removed as house speaker he told reporters though that the reports were untrue and he that plans to serve until the end of next year and then run for reelection mccarthy added that he wants to help republicans expand the party in the chamber the nation's largest health care strike has ended with no deal caesar permanente employees began to work today at hospitals in california colorado oregon and washington a caesar spokesperson has confirmed that that another bargaining session will be held on the fed has been raising interest rates the to cool economy down and lower inflation the september jobs report that came out yesterday suggests the economy is boring the rate hikes yeah i mean the labor market is not um reflecting any the uh... so far reflecting any of the uh... the efforts of the federal reserve uh... to slow down the economy university of central florida economists ashaan states says the hot economy strong and wage growth is good for workers but it shows the fed has more work to do to tame inflation and that means more rate hikes the u .s. economy added three hundred thirty six thousand jobs in september twice as many as had been forecast killer swifts here is to our concert film yes a m c here's the movies official distributor announced thursday that global advanced ticket sales have surpassed one one hundred million dollars the theater chain added that the film shattered its single day ticket sales record taylor swift the errors tour its theaters on october thirteenth in more than a hundred countries i'm troy thomas the upcoming fantastic four films getting prepped for filming director matt shackman said in an interview with collider that the movie will begin shooting next year in london while casting rumors have been abound shackman also announced that once the actor strike gets resolved there will be an official official announcement some point adding that he's excited to share details but he just can't yet the film is currently set twenty twenty five release date ariana grande's divorced dalton gomez is being finalized at just weeks after the couple announced they were ending their marriage the divorce filings put the date of separation back in february although they divorce until late last month grande will reportedly give gomez one point two five million dollars and half of the net proceeds from the sale of their shared home i'm chris raju and i'm dance sportsman in the bloomberg newsroom here's some of the stories were watching as you've been hearing on bloomberg radio the israel after surprise attack launched this morning by hamas from the gaza strip israeli media reports now that two hundred fifty people have been killed with fifteen hundred injured with some civilians and soldiers having been kidnapped and taken into palestinian gaza sources say over two hundred thirty have been killed with sixteen hundred wounded as israel continues to bombard gaza from the air israel has declared a state of alert for war and has mobilized reservists for a possible ground offensive prime minister benjamin netanyahu says the enemy will pay a huge price one they have never seen for president biden has condemned the attack and pledged u s support bloomberg's israel bureau chief bethan broner says that this is a massive failure of intelligence it is humiliating israel i 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"two five million dollars" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"Get better Internet and hear me. No, no, no, we cannot. That's one of my favorite things to do is to tell one of the most technically savvy guys on a panel to get better Internet. Yeah, do you have me? We have you loud and clear. OK, so by that line of thinking, you know, I collect comic books, too, and some of them have value quite a bit, actually. So is that are those comic books energy also? Right. Yeah, I mean, so again, in a way, they are. Yeah, see now, Alex, Alex, the one up on the stage who's not an artist is going to say yes. And then the rest of us will maybe say no. I mean, well, it's subjective, right? Like all things like, no, I'll use not energy is not subjective. It's OK. Energy is not subjective, but that's used in a very specific value is subjective. I think I think I think, you know, less so much objective or subjective and more like like skips to, you know, it's hard when you think of energy, you think of like, all right, I'm burning, I'm burning some it's creating energy that's powering a locomotive, direct energy. But in the comic book scenario, there is energy of all types that go into making it. And yes, it's indirect because you go, well, that's not direct energy. But there were people making the comic books. There was machinery, printing, etc. There is some type of energy captured in the car. You're talking about spent energy that are what I'm accounted for. It's not stored. That's not what I'm talking about. I'm talking about value. OK, let me ask you guys a question for those of you who are comic book collectors. What is the most valuable known comic book today? Collectors value US dollar terms. I think Ant is probably I don't know off the top of my head, it moves around quite a bit. Yes. Yes. Action. Spider-Man one. I mean, what's Spider-Man's first appearance worth? Action comics. Yes. Is it more than fifty dollars? Is it more than a hundred dollars? Is it more than five thousand dollars? Is it less than a hundred thousand dollars? Depending. No. All right. So I mean, there are some comic books apparently that people are willing to pay a ton of US dollars for. So I did Alex search as of September 20th. Well, today, twenty twenty three. The most valuable comic book to date is Action Comics number one, which sold. Did I leave the room when I said yes? Yes. Which sold for three point two five million dollars in April twenty twenty one. Oh, my God. OK, so this is my point. Completely subjective. Why? I would never spend three point five two million dollars on a fucking comic book. No, no offense meant to comic book collectors. It's insane to me. That is entirely subjective. The same could be applied to to fine art. Like there are there are pieces of art that are worth tens of millions of dollars in that market. I would never spend that money, but that's subjective. Now, question. Just because I wouldn't spend the money to buy those things. Does that mean there are any less available for that amount of money? Do they store that value or do they not do wealthy people give their art back or just give it away? And I'm not talking about it at a charity auction or something like that. I'm talking about like people who store their value in these things. Are they just going to give it away? No, they don't. Why? Because it's storing value. This is my point. There's also some direct and I know you were saying spent energy, et cetera, but if you gathered a mountain of less valuable comic books other than the one for three point two five and you burned them, you will get some direct energy from there for sure. It's not worth that much, though. All right, so the point is, is that human beings like will agree or disagree on the value of things and you can store the reason I look at it this way. Let's break it down to first principles is the reason I look at it. Human beings from the dawn of man have always been trying to affect their environment to create things that make their lives better. Right. We started rubbing sticks together, making fires, chipping stones that we can fix it to spears or bows and arrows and all that kind of stuff. Like everything we've ever done is we're trying to exert energy on the environment, our labor, our physical labor to create a situation that makes our lives better. That's what we do all day, every single day as human beings. And what else is, in my opinion, what is created up above and beyond the basic necessities required for life. You need food, you need shelter, you need clothes on your back to protection from the elements, you need some modicum of safety. Once those things are all achieved, everything else above that arguably is wealth. But how do you get it? You you expand your labor, you create things hopefully that some other human wants and is willing to give you something of value for. And we store it in stuff. Corn stores value, corn in silos has value, gold has value. Dollars have value. I mean, all of these things are storing value. That's my point. And if you can take energy on one side of the planet when it's coming from a geothermal vent or from hydro or from whatever and you mine Bitcoin with it, you're storing it. And then you can send that to the other side of the planet. You can convert it into local currency and you can hire a bunch of construction workers and buy materials and build a freaking skyscraper. Yes, no. I mean, I can play with that. I can play along with that line of thinking, right? I mean, you can take it to mine it on one side and then go use it to buy and literally like buy energy on the other side. OK, like I can see storing in that way. But then I mean, it's like I don't know what makes Bitcoin special versus like any other asset in that case, in that example. Yeah, I mean, you can mine it with energy and then you can send your coins to an address that nobody has the private keys to. Then what? Did you just lose all the energy? Or I mean, what's going on there? I mean, if you can't access it, that's the only energy sink, right? Sailor's argument is that Bitcoin is the only system we've ever seen with no entropy. And I guess that would be the only entropy. But actually, OK, it's a sink, right? So Sailor's argument, if I'm understanding it correctly, is that there's no entropy. I mean, it's a way to store energy with no entropy, no loss. So in your example, there's no leakage, right? So in your example, Wicked, if you effectively burnt a bunch of Bitcoin by sending it to an address that is a dead end, gets lost or whatever, does that not make the Bitcoin in existence more valuable, potentially? So the energy then graphs on the rest of the network, is that you're saying? Supply goes down. Does the value go up? Does it really, though? Because what if someone figures out the private keys just by chance in the future? Well, now we're getting ready. OK, now it is getting close to Halloween, time to spook people a little. Yeah, I was just going to say the one thing unique about Bitcoin, which Mike pointed out, a lot of these things were comparing to stored energy, leave this system. And by the way of miners being connected to the grid, one could point out that Bitcoin is very much like continuously in the system, even though it's, you know, somewhat separate that it's within that system, right? Because with stored energy, it has to reside or remain in the power supply system, you know, strictly strict if you're thinking about it like that. Well, this is the hard part with having really any in-depth conversation about the aspects of Bitcoin is that it's it can be a bunch of these things and one of these things all at once. Right. Because it can be a medium exchange, it can be a store of value, it can be a justification for energy generation, it can be a bearer asset. Like this is something that we all talk about, like ad nauseum, guys. It's like Bitcoin is the amalgamation of multiple different mechanisms that the human species has never seen all together all at once. So like trying to pin it down to one thing is really just a really dumb like way of thought. Like, good luck, guys. You're going to keep having these circular arguments literally until the end of time. I mean, I think one of the things that's really interesting about this idea of mining Bitcoin using stranded energy, because, I mean, it's not a new idea to like try to use stranded energy for doing stuff. Right. Like, you know, we put like aluminum plants next to stranded energy or kind of like energy sources that are stable. We put, you know, data centers next to stranded energy and all these things. But the difference with Bitcoin is that it's actually a liquid market. So you can have much easier time converting that energy into something that you can actually then use as money. Right. Or use, you know, to fucking or to monetize. Right. I mean, if you're doing like a data center, then there's a whole extra step of finding a customer to use that data center or to, you know, do X, Y, Z with it. But with Bitcoin, you're literally just getting you're just getting money for the energy that you're expending. Right. And you can do whatever you want with that money on the other side. Well, and not to mention, we get obviously to that point is like if you're going to use a data center, then you're going to be doing compute for some other company. And there's always the risk of that company's board or CEO getting into some stupid sex scandal or doing something ridiculously foolish as far as their decision making goes. And then that business goes away for that that energy provider. And then what? Like they have to like go elsewhere to look for it. It's like that's where you just turn to Bitcoin. There's no board of directors and no CEO that can screw this up and just use the perpetual demand and the highly competitive like hashrate market and just keep parking away revenue while you're continuing to generate energy and expand infrastructure.
"two five million dollars" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Outro outro music outro music outro music outro music outro music outro music outro music outro music outro music outro outro music outro music hi Dan thanks for having me on so you're very welcome so you gave a press conference outro music outro music you came out and did the right thing for the public and told us what was in it I was stunned I ran and three clips of it on my podcast I want to go through them one by one we have you here to talk about us we don't need the clips the first one this was a pretty massive bribe the allegation appears to be not five million but two five million dollar bribes did i hear you correctly on that yes and i'm glad we're clarifying outro music outro music to biden's one for five million dollars and another payment for five million outro music outro music outro music music outro music outro music outro music million dollars in bribes from a country currently involved in the most important geopolitical political conflict right now on the globe Ukraine um yeah now what would go i'm sorry go on no exactly and dan you're one of the few people that get it that i've talked to and i thank god that you brought that up to me that's one of the most terrifying aspects of this is this this all happened back in 2015 2016 and then going forward from there but but right right now our country is literally engaged in a proxy war with nuclear armed russia and to me that is one of the most terrifying outcomes of this scenario outro music outro music everyone should know that we subpoenaed this 1023 form about a month ago from Christopher Wray at the FBI and he when he wrote us back in his letter he refused to even admit the form existed he didn't deny it but he didn't admit it and then we kept pushing and a couple weeks he said okay he said chairman comer and minority ranking leader raskin they can come and look at it and we kept on negotiating with him so they went and looked at the form and then chairman comer and thank god for him he's doing a great job and so is the site staff and all of our members are working so hard but chairman comer said if you don't give us the form i'm going to to hold you in contempt of congress well that that rattled Christopher Wray and so FBI negotiating kept with us and I want to say I'm very proud to say we were on the verge of yesterday holding but christopher ray started cooperating with us because what we found out is there's not just one 1023 form there's two more two more of them them and so through the cooperation wait hold there's two more of these forms these FBI forms about about what oh wow that's interesting I did I was not aware of that now that yes that's shocking now you congressman we're talking to congressman margery taylor green are you sensing you're on the inside i'm not i don't have your level of knowledge about what's going on with the machinations behind the scenes right are you sensing a new attitude amongst the republican caucus over there where this is like what we're not taking the FBI's word for anything anymore because you would know as well as I do before you got in office and one of the things I think you ran on was fighting this this stuff there was this attitude like well you know we'll give them the benefit of the day even at trey goudy on fox one time ago the FBI did the right thing or whatever no no there's no more we did the right thing for do you sense in that now oh absolutely people don't really realize that the republican conference is shaken and it started last congress under nancy pelosi's leadership by the way we were treated it had never it had never been this way before last congress was my first time being there the last congress was horrific but now this congress there is there is resolve in our conference to hold the FBI accountable we absolutely are not funding their brand new FBI building and campus senate office in virginia that is not happening but but i want to go back to this ten twenty three form let let me me explain it to you it's not a classified form which means every american should be able to read it it is is not classified but they forced us to read it in the stiff yesterday because they are scrambling they are panicking doing everything they can to try to keep this information from from the american people because it 100 proves that joe biden as vice president broke the law he got paid for pay -to -play schemes he abused his power he participated in bribery high crimes and treason and it is all on that form dan and what i did is we weren't allowed to take the form we weren't allowed to take pictures we weren't allowed to take notes with us but what i did is i i took notes of the form itself inside the skiff and i wrote down very clearly everything it said in detail and then i took my notes and handed it to the clerk inside and i filed it in a secure file in the the skiff so i have the basically i have the 1023 form but it is filed in the skiff right now and then after i filed it i sat down in the lobby and i wrote down in detail it was very clear in my memory after reading the form multiple times and taking notes on it i wrote down in detail it everything said and that's what i carried out with me and i have it in my hand right now what i what i wrote down and when i took it out to the press conference smart smart we're talking to congressman marjorie taylor green got a look at this stunning fbi document alleging a 10 million dollar bribe to the biden inc crime family congresswoman you said something else that really shocked me i i wrote three books on this i have a chapter in one of my books specifically about ukraine where this pride is alleged to have originated from you said that there are records of this that the company which makes sense if you're gonna you know attempt to blackmail someone later if they don't follow through uh... with what you pay them for you want a record of it to show people but if there are records of this this uh... alleged ten million dollar bribe to the biden family are the did the most are laughingly the democrats at least interest in my care maybe we should get a look at those records and corrupt now the democrats were silent yesterday and and and you know i have to thank thank you you are one of the one of the people that have tried that tell the truth about the story writing about it in your books i mean that's incredible you probably have every detail correct and and you should feel good you're vindicated uh... what you were saying is true and and now the crats that were in the stiff yesterday rokhana said hello to me didn't talk much after that uh... cori bush was definitely silent she didn't say a word i mean what could she day with that form in front of her i'm not sure if she could even digested that well but she doesn't seem that bright but she couldn't say anything but now i i i i i i i i i i but let's just let that yes i agree that's the defund the police lady who spends hundreds of thousands on security but you're in the room did you get the impression from these hacker tyrant crats in the room reading their faces did you get the impression they know this is really and bad they're gonna have a really heat up not that they won't spit it but they're gonna have a tough time making go this away well i can't speak to cori bush's reading level and her ability to comprehend what she read but rocon is a very bright guy and i'm sure he gets it um and you forget you left off one detail there she pays her husband uh for security out of yeah yeah it's quite a deal yeah i don't want to go yeah me either rocon is going to be fox here in a minute i'm sure spinning up some yarn uh but another thing that came out of this is biden yesterday who just seems at this point when he can answer a question and his cognitive functions are working he says ridiculous things he was asked about this yesterday and biden said jokingly thinks this is funny apparently he where's said the money which is interesting because i know you're on this case like white on rice here there are are bank records there are actual suspicious activity reports and ctrs and bank records documenting millions of payments to the biden family so my question to you is very simple and i think someone in the
"two five million dollars" Discussed on Daily Pop
"The rest of the top five scary movies of all time are sinister. Insidious the conjuring down was good and hereditary. What is the scariest movie you have ever seen. Actually so insidious. And i don't know why but i remember seeing it and it was scared because i don't do scary movies and you have to realize. I live on a lake with what trees and would jason and freddy kruger. Everybody lives in my backyard. So i typically would never do it. Maybe with my but like lonnie said in the daytime for sure and then i sleep with the lights on. Movie for me was when i was little to assist. Remember linda blair. Her head tired all didn't that they couldn't get it out of her. It was it was all it was scary. It was really too much mine. there were su. We're going to talk about one of them later. Tell you all about it because it's gonna come up in a conversation but the other one was candyman. Original handyman original. Y'all know. I love a mirror more than anything could not walk in front of a mirror for solid year but you not based on a true story that in the projects they had that open law right and they were actually burglars come through and they just found out and so that's how that candyman came to be known know y'all go to law school for napping passed a baby. You've got a pash out after. This is dale after. She bought an english property in twenty twelve. According to reports she upped her security after hearing a series of strange noises. Ever wonder if goes live in your house girl. Daddy no goes honey. That's your husband looking for a settlement haunting. Get check clear. They say when you move into a new house on this okay. Supposed to burn sage yet throughout the whole house one hundred percent get rid of the the jews and the spirit and stuff like that. Not do that all the time. Yeah i do it when i came here to this dress. Enroll you know. I agree again with money. I across row. I have across wall at lake. billy. I burn sage. I have like a tiger Thing in my purse all the time like very covered. Like i really believe in all those things and ever leaving ghosts leaving spirit because you you were on a season of demons. Here's another one for you. Can you live in the house from nightmare on elm street. it's on sale. Three point two five million dollars. It's located here in la. I gotta say that's the steel. Would you ever live in it. No absolutely not. This was the movie mom. My mother could confront freddy kruger right now. It's just robert england in the street. She would go ahead and hit him any sleep for at least three years. I watched this movie with my sister at one time. And i never got over it. I still have issues with today. And i know as a kid i suffered from sleep paralysis and i didn't know i didn't know what it was at the time and i always just assumed it was because of nightmares street for years. I lived with that until. I got diagnosed when i was in my twenties. So imagine your whole childhood speaking. That freddie krueger was coming after you freddie just you it was just me you know i would. Actually i would buy the house. And as a matter of fact i didn't know it was that low i wouldn't live in it and then i'd probably set it down i had to restore it and keep it as like a tourist thing. There you go. That's a great business thing. Business investment much. Are.
"two five million dollars" Discussed on The Money Advantage Podcast
"Life insurance is not a need product. It is a chronic. It allows me to have more than i had otherwise it is a small part of of a much bigger financial picture. That if you have the life insurance just think about it from the death benefit perspective. I now have so many more capabilities that can do. Just because i had the life insurance in place it can be just as additional benefit can do so much work for my family. But in addition if i'm using a whole life policy i have A hedge against inflation. Because this is additionally growing alongside of my other investments. I can use it as a source of income either after my other assets have been depleted or at any point along the way if they dropped in value is a a buffer acid. I think is what Rodney morgan calls that to be able to complement and substitute for your other. Investments when they drop in value or have a down year. And i'm in a position where now i'm thinking about my life insurance can be my legacy so i could use up the other assets if i want to. There's just so many other choices and options. That i have because i have life insurance in force now. I'm a huge believer in life insurance. Not just because i sell it and have the capability to profit win. Somebody chooses to work with our company and honors us and allows us to work in their life and be able to help them with these concepts but i- benefit because i own it. I own it because it helps my financial life. Not just because. It's something that i stay that that i believe in something that i truly believe it one of the things. I'm i'm always intrigued by just had this conversation yesterday with a potential client. Who was trying to decide whether they were gonna drop one point two five million dollar term policy one. They got the Cash value whole life policy in place because it was going to be seven hundred fifty thousand so he said well i'm thinking about just dropping it..
"two five million dollars" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies
"Of bensky's a former client of dubinsky who is struggling to make theatrical shows in canada trubisky and michaels. They won best picture at the canadian film awards for their toronto made. Film starring elliott gould and christopher plummer. This bank robbery thriller called the silent partner and their partnership was called tiberius. Entertainment ltd tiberius built on producing films and stage. Productions inc handed out with dollar stretched a lot farther without the high overhead of hollywood studios now seeking their next idea. Joe michael's wife diana matic's she read an article about this man named russell hunter and his experiences in the late nineteen sixties while he was living in the henry treat rogers mansion in the cheesman park neighborhood of denver colorado russell hunter he was a music arranger for cbs tv. He had moved into this mansion to work on. His music came at a very cheap price. Nobody really wanted to move into this place for reasons. He came to learn himself. He came to experience strange phenomena while in that house loud banging at six. Am every morning faucets. That would find themselves turning on doors would open that. Were once close. The walls sometimes shake so violently that mounted pictures would fall to the floor. Russell tried his best to to investigate the source of all of the strange happening so he and an architect friend. They went into the home and discovered a staircase that was hidden in a closet that led to the third floor secret attic. The attic contained a trunk full of books. There was the journal from a century ago and that journal had the writings of a young disabled boy that was kept in isolation. Who's favorite toy happened to be a red rubber ball sometime later. Hunter became spooked when he heard bouncing in the attic he opened the door and that revealed red. Rubber ball bounced out of the door down the staircase before ultimately vanishing hunter felt. This place might be haunted. He held the sans. It revealed this boy as heir to a fortune that was passed along by his maternal grandmother upon reaching adulthood but the boy became gravely ill in his youth and his family was worried that the fortune was going to pass along to another branch of the family so they kept the boy in isolation and adopted another boy from a nearby orphanage to poses him. The changeling miraculously cured at least by public appearances. Now in the boy in the attic finally died of his ailments. He was secretly buried while the adopted boy went on to adulthood to live a life of wealth and success. The saints also revealed the location of the boys buried body was under house elsewhere. In denver after receiving permission to dig their hunter discovered skeletal. Remains and gold medallion. That had the boy's name inscribed hunter kept the discovery to which caused the bouncing sound to become more pronounced within the house. As if the boys ghost was mad that he was not taking this information elsewhere after one hundred called in priests to try to exercise the house. The bouncing did stop at least for a time before becoming much. More violent piano in the home begins playing on its own windows. Fly open mirrors shatter around the house. Hunter finally decides. It's time to leave any return years later only to see the house raised for a high rise apartment building built on its location as it was being raised in the last act of the ghost. The homes walls come down and kills a bulldozer operator there on the site at least according to russell hunter story now dan a matic's gave her husband michael's an audio cassette of russell hunter verbally relating this story. This gave michaels chills so profound that he decided to fly to denver the next day to secure the film rights from hunter. Meanwhile max provided a script treatment under her writing pseudonym of adrian maral involving a protagonist who sleuths into the past to discover the ghosts source of anguish. The title of her forty five page treatment was called the house on chessmen park. That was changed from cheesman because it just seemed to sound better. It wasn't necessarily going to be set in denver. Joe michael soul stipulation for the story was that he did not want it to be obvious. Haunted house setting typically used in films. No big creaky. Countryside english manor no scary gothic mansion located somewhere in the american south their house for this story should be something that would make someone want to live within and the film should also feel very modern very urban in other respects to try to contrast with the other story. That's going to be shown set in the past now. The first full script based on maddux's treatment was written by the screenwriting team of this american named alan scott and this canadian named kris bryant scott and bryant had been known primarily for a previous collaboration the nineteen seventy-three nicholas roeg film called. Don't look now. And that featured a similar journey of trying to deal with grief after the loss of a loved one however the scott bryant script bore little resemblance to the maddox treatment that was extrapolated from hunter's story and it was summarily overhauled. Now to stay on target for the next revision. Maddox decided to be personally. Involved helping with the revision. After garth urbanski secured the services of. Canadian scribe william grey. bill gray. He was somebody that drippin's kid hired years back for his free entertainment listings magazine called impact. Now the snag to the script. After it was all written was that it seemed like it was going to be very pricey. There are a lot of supernatural elements that we're going to require an effects. Budget typically not found canadian productions up to that date including the burning down in the end of three story victorian mansion and a wheelchair. That's going to have to chase people around the home to renske estimated that this kind of movie was gonna be at least over five million dollars to produce and that man that he was going to need a way to pull in those kinds of funds for what would eventually become. The most expensive canadian film made to that point now garth risky because he was a lawyer. He used his experience to take advantage of the income tax act in candidate which gave preferential treatment for certain things that were done in canada and he was able to use his skills to translate that into a film production made in canada. It would provide incentives for investors similar to those found for the building of new apartments or oil exploration so he used this prospectus with the ontario securities commission. That promise that the film was going to meet the standards to qualify. As a canadian production that meant a majority canadian cast a majority canadian crew and seventy five percent of the cost of the film. We're going to be paid to canadians. Pinski to fund the film would sell two hundred sixty four shares at twenty five thousand dollars each for a total of six point six million offering tax shelter with one hundred percent right off protection. Should things go sour now. The plot for the finished film involves an esteemed pianist. Slash composer need john. Russell russell accepts lectureship position in seattle. Because he needs solitude and restoration following the tragic deaths of his wife and daughter in a roadside accident. A woman named clare norman. She's a volunteer at the local historical preservation society. She decides to move him into this massive old victorian gothic mansion located just outside the city. That has not had anybody living in it for the last twelve years russell soon discovers at the house is not as uninhabited as he thought. Things began to occur within the house banging noises bathroom. Water taps turn on and off a boy's image. He glimpses within the water of the bathtub. Although maybe it's just his grief fueled imagination for losing his wife and child. He's told that this house it does have a history. It doesn't want people living in it later on john russell senses that this house seems to be wanting to tell him something he discovers through clues to. The house leaves him that. There's a locked secret room that resembles a nursery in the attic containing rusty wheelchair. An antique music box that plays a song that he himself had been composing since he had entered the house. With the help of clear. Norman russell soon digs into the sorted history of the house including conducting a revealing seance. That leads them to make contact with this spirit. Within who provides more clues to a seventy year old mystery that has to be solved in order for the spirit to find peace. Now there's a lot more to the story than that. I'll get into a little bit as we go along now. Garth drzewiecki felt that canadian films. They were not lucrative in the past. At least compared to hollywood films they lacked the star power of american movies. Drzewiecki was frustrated by their previous effort. The silent partner because that film lacked really solid american distribution so this time they wanted to secure a marquee name that was going to interest investors and a us distributor. Right off the bat. So they didn't have to worry about it later paying top dollar for meat. Your stars meant that the budget was going to escalate so they decided they were gonna shoot in. Vancouver british columbia. Instead of the united states. Police wear dobrynsky felt at the canadian film. Industry should eventually center joel. Michaels felt that the location really was unimportant. Anyway but the funding by canadian investors was conditional on the film actually being shot in canada. Now the first actor they pursued to star in their film. Was richard dreyfuss dreyfuss was somebody who had previous relationship with diana maddox because she was his former acting coach for the role of the villain of the film. This man named joseph carmichael that was offered to george. C scott the setting by the way was revised in the script from canada to america because they thought a canadian. Senator was not really as equivalent to a united states senator in terms of the kind of power and prominence. That was necessary for that. Villainous tycoon. joseph carmichael now dreyfuss was merely signed to starring this film when scott replied and announced that he loved the script but he did not want to play the scheming senator in fact he wanted to start the film. He wanted the main role of john russell and he also wanted along with that a role for his wife. Trish vanderveer durban. Skin michael's felt that they could not refuse a star of scott's caliber. They agreed to conditions. They made him the star while they determined to look for another established star for the senator role. Scott salary for the film was one point. Two five million dollars paid in. Us funds that was a record at that point for the most salary given to a single actor in any canadian film and on top of that he received ten percent of the rental grosses. Meanwhile trish vanderveer also took in a nice little. Some three hundred seventy five thousand dollars for his supporting role now one benefit of the shoot in canada. There was no studio. That was going to tell them what they couldn't do now. There was a downside. Though the tax sheltered laws did require a majority canadian cast and crew plus that seventy five percent of cost paid to canadians and they also had to complete by a specified date or forfeit protection now. They initially looked for canadian directors but they they really wasn't any available at that time. That had any kind of big budget. Production experience also george c. scott. He had a reputation for being difficult to handle. Use a a notorious alcoholic. He sometimes had vicious temper so that would necessitate having a director that was going to be able to command the set a command. George c scott's respect so they compiled a list of potential directors from the united states and from great britain that might be able to fit the mold and that included british film and theatre director. Tony richardson richardson. Had kind of a unique tie in he wants revived. Thomas middleton william rowley's unrelated play called the changeling back in the nineteen fifties and nineteen sixties. But they eventually targeted the co director of performance and the director of demon seed. Donald cammell because he was somebody when they brought him in. He really hit it off. With george c scott. So they thought he could be. Somebody keeps cotton line however camel demanded immediate changes. Once he was hired he insisted that vancouver provided all the wrong atmosphere and they had to shoot a real house even though that was going to be more expensive instead of a sound stage the producers decided to indulge camel with what they could they flew camel and the production designer trevor williams out to toronto discount houses and campbell became enamored of this very small waterfront cottage in oakville ontario despite lacking any the gothic look that was described in the script now. The straw that eventually broke camel's back was when he stated that the script actually wasn't really good enough. They needed to rewrite and he also started making suggestions like they should shoot the entire film in black and white things that at this late stage of the game. Just were going to be too difficult to make fly so they decided to get rid of camel and that proved to be pretty costly firing in the end because camel was a member of the directors guild of america and they subsequently find the producers eighty thousand dollars for firing camel arbitrarily and they had to buy out his contract now only six weeks were left until the shoot was supposed to begin they continued looking for director and they heard through a friend of a friend that there was this hungarian-born director named peter maddock who is available. They screened his nine hundred. Seventy two comedy. The ruling class starring peter o'toole and they were very impressed by that film's use of camera movements to cause great effect to the mood and tempo and also because he was guiding. Peter o'toole notoriously difficult actor for a lot of directors work with that group that met that could handle somebody of maybe george. C scott's temperament so coincidentally met ac had spent the last four years actually looking for just the right ghost story that he wanted to adapt into a hitch cocky in style psychological terror film something where the audience's imagination of what's around dr corner coming down the stairs was going to scare them much more. So than seeing a bunch of gruesome gore as had been so popular toward the late nineteen seventy s. Now mid read the script for the changeling and when he did. He became so petrified so filled with fright that he actually could not get out of his seat in order to rejoin his family. Who were playing a game downstairs. This was something that had not felt while reading a script since he was trying out as second unit director. Robert wise. On the haunting. He knew he had to make this movie. However it turned out that he found out that donald cammell his friend he had been recently fired from it so he considered because of loyalty to camel declining but he discussed it with kamil camel insisted mandak should absolutely take this film because he could probably make something great out of it now. Mid called for script revisions he was going to steer away from some of the gimmicky. Shock scares that he founded the script. There were overdone notions of demonic possession. That seemed to be borrowed from a lot of other films like the exorcist or the omen medic wanted believable psychological terror and suspense over a lot of unrealistic events. Happening all around the house implosion and whatnot and copious amounts of blood found all over the place. Medic also demanded that they should build a much larger spookier home when the camel had selected was just not going to be imposing or work for what he wanted to do. He wanted a house. That was spacious enough that would allow them full camera movements all over the place and he especially wanted a house that would have of eerie creaky. Dark staircase medic also wanted to replace some of the more common characters found in the script. He wanted his film to feature elites rich powerful people. He felt that audiences were entertained. By displays of elegance of luxuriousness they liked seeing giant mansions and fancy cars and people. Flying in lear jets as part of their escapist entertainment and producers due to take him seriously with his demands in the prior. Five years had walked away from four film projects that were just about to shoot because of creative differences dobrinsky and michael biddable at. They agree to medics vision. They postponed the shoot for two more weeks while returning to the original cost saving plan of shooting in vancouver mostly on a sound stage for the exteriors. They found an old mansion in vancouver. That was set to be demolished. This was not a place that was going to work in of itself but that art director. Trevor williams did fit with a three-sided three story. Two hundred thousand dollar facade resembling spooky victorian mansion it was built around this house complete with gingerbread cornices trims carvings and the also added a garden and gates and driveway to the front of the house. The mansion's interiors those included three flights of stairs in eighteen rooms. They were all built at west vancouver's panorama studios and while these were being built. They decided to shoot on location. In new york city and seattle for those establishing shots victoria and vancouver would substitute for them in other regards. Now once snag did occur shortly before the production did begin. An article was written for magazine. Claiming that drew been sqi was personally taking two million dollars in fees out of its six point. Six million dollar cost to fund his own self his roles as the co-producer as the lawyer and as the distributor of the film the article also criticized the deal that drzewiecki secured with the securities commission prospectus. They claim that this was something that was pushed through. Without the normal amount of scrutiny that was afforded to other investments jabotinsky. Call this article a complete hatchet job. One that grossly exaggerated the numbers. He was going to receive any threatened immediately to sue mcclain's for financial damages pulling strings with mcclain's editor friend. Peter newman drzewiecki secured a letter. That was going to show nervous investors. This letter was going to assert his honesty and integrity as a businessman despite the letter though the article when it was finally published proved to be damaging investment interest evaporated just weeks away from the start of production and there were two million dollars short of their goal worse. Dorsey scott now refused to show up to the shoot unless his acting fee was in his bank account unless it was there he was not even gonna show up. Jabotinsky had to work fast. He had to hustle friends for alone so that he could cover that two million dollars and also satisfies cots demands and he just like the weekend before the shoe beginning. Got the money into scots bank account. Drzewiecki was absolutely furious over this incident. And he launched ten million dollar libel lawsuit against maclean's the largest such lawsuit to that date in canada when it was also done linski had to settle for seventy five thousand dollars printed apology. And by the way you know if you know your history of gartner been ski you know that. Eventually he was jailed for fraud in twenty eleven four an unrelated venture sometime later now the shoot breezed by without major incident. There was some budget over just though that were caused by weather delays a poorly planned pyrotechnics sequence for the climax. It resulted in the fire department having to visit because it was a lot of extraneous damage that was done to the surrounding area. Dorsey scott had a percentage stake in the picture. So he inventive. Your ended up chipping in to pay for the extra budget that was necessary for a little bit. More of a cut in their prophet mex- originally intended cut when it was all said and done. It was reedited sometime later. Because the producers felt that it seemed a little too european including the intended intro where there was going to be much more music playing by john russell intercut with the scene of his family dying got very artistic and they felt that the more artistic it became the less commercial it was so they wanted him to remove some of that. Now in the end is one of the oddities. The actually accepted the film carrying an r. rating given that. It doesn't really have any sex that doesn't have any gore. There's only some very brief harsh language. You know if you remove that it probably would be suitable for playing on television without any kind of editing. So you know it is intense and there is the death of a child shown within the film. But if you were to released us today this would easily secure a pg thirteen rating now when it was released the changeling received well mixed positive reviews from critics but nevertheless in canada. It was considered a pretty good thing at the time. It won best canadian picture at the inaugural genie awards which is now called the canadian screen awards that was back in nineteen eighty from the academy of canadian cinema it also took awards genie awards for best adapted screenplay best foreign actor for george c. scott best supporting for an actress for trish van devere best sound editing. Best overall sound best cinematography. Amvest art direction. The only category in fact it didn't take it lost twice best supporting actress. Both of its actresses canadians. Helen burns who plays a medium that delivers an impassioned johnson and francis hyland they lost two gene via the bujold for murder by decree the changeling though also won the golden reel award in nineteen eighty-four. The biggest box office performer. Among canadian films that year earned three million dollars in canada and another fifteen million dollars or so in united states and elsewhere the changeling when it was released. It represented a refreshing change of pace from the slasher movie genre friday the thirteenth halloween. Those were riding high at the time it returned the horror genre. If you want to call this horror. I'll be briefly to a more suspenseful. Approach that emphasized style and restraint in the spirit of other classic ghost films like the uninvited and the haunting and the legend of hell house and of course the aforementioned don't look now reportedly steven spielberg. He screened the changeling when he was making poltergeist to his crew. Several times for inspiration of what they should be aiming to achieve spielberg and martin scorsese by the way are huge fans of this film. In fact scorsese placed it on his list of the eleven scariest horror films of all time and his twenty twenty one list of his all time. Thirty five favorite films. Both spielberg scorsese bought 35-millimeter film prints of the changeling for the personal collections. And even stephen king the horror maestro places it among his list of twenty to all time favorite films as well and there's a good reason. Why if you watch this film. It's all very nicely put together by medic. There's an excellent movie. Production design here by trevor williams cinematography by montreal born. John cokie on that emphasizes this very roving very inquisitive camera. You can almost feel the ghost watching at various times even though you don't see it gene greg's visual effects. They're not very pronounced but the additional punch and the atmospheric scoring by rick wilkins which was arranged by frequent. john williams. collaborator ken wahlberg. It's all very haunting elegant. And we'll stay with you long after this film is over. This really has such a chilling atmosphere a very interesting sophisticated approach to its mystery. I think the only disappoint that i had in the film was kind of convenient ending involving the possession of a gold locket and one where skiers don't quite register with the buildup required the image of an empty wheelchair chasing somebody down the stairs through the mentioned that might not work for a lot of audiences. Today who are newer to this kind of stuff but just remember for its era. This definitely was a novel in a very effective. Approach the editing here by lou. Lombardo is excellent. He did the wild bunch and he does more great work here so the weaknesses. Whatever you can ascribe to. It are very minor. I mean maybe the purdue discovering all of the circumstances of the houses supernatural eruptions is all very convenient. But i do think that in the defense of the movie. I think george c. scott was the right choice. He's a very very skilled actor. Obviously you know he keeps all of it very plausible just by the look on his face portraying russell in this time of loneliness and grief he's constantly thinking about the proverbial ghosts of his lost loved. Ones the way that you see the pain on george. C scott's face makes you realize that he thinks he might actually be in communication with his dead daughter. He thinks that there's a connection between him. And maybe the loved ones. He saw tragically die in front of his eyes. I think the changeling stylishly effective chiller. It might be a little bit. Light on chock scares certainly the first time you've you but the imagery the haunting feelings stay with you long after its conclusion. I think that the the slow build-up pays off greek dividends. When you get home and you start thinking you see or hear things in the middle of the night it stays with you in that way. This is also a really good quality story about how human tragedy lingers beyond the events that you see and so. This is a movie that stays with you for that. I'm going to give the changeling three and a half stars out of four three stars mice kilmeade today. Do you think that the changeling is a good film. And definitely worth going out of your way to see if you haven't seen it already if you like these kinds of ghost stories and haunted house films. This is one of the most overlooked and one of the best at definitely does deserve to rank up there with films like the haunting and the uninvited in some of these other greek classic works enough to give it three and a half stars out of four now michelson dubinsky. They later tried to remake the film. They signed with the film company in fact than they produced a script fact they talked to medoc. He was considered to return. Met considered maybe putting anthony hopkins as the star to replace the george c scott role but the production never seen to come to pass for a variety of reasons back in two thousand fourteen. Jeremy levering he was rumored to be helming although he wanted to completely different script than the one that michaelson drew pinski drew up. But that never seen to quite gain traction either than in two thousand eighteen. They announced that the film was going to be written and directed by mark steven johnson. If you're a fan of marvel fills before the marvel cinematic universe like ghost rider and daredevil. He was rector of both of those and his version was going to be set in venice. Italy kind of no majd to don't look now that didn't come to pass and then in two thousand twenty just recently so in the last year or so. That changed a screenwriter. Tab murphy and this finnish. Television director named anders instrument. They were going to do with this film and they were gonna move it to ireland. Because that's where they felt a lot of ghost. Stories should emanate produced by shot and seven aren't four taunting berlin-based company ex-film the sales outfit cornerstone films purchased the rights to turn it into their first feature production and joel michaels by the way it was also going to return as to produce. You're where it's at. I don't really know it was supposed to be made and appear in the twenty twenty version of cans film festival but it just was not there. They're still trying to push it forward but it just has not gotten made yet. So it's on the cost getting a remake or reinvigorating or reboot or whatever you wanna call it. I'm kind of mixed about whether they should we make it or not. I feel like this kind of film has been recycled so many times. It's been an influence for so many really great filmmakers including one hundred men of ours the others most notably because the others borrow so much from the changeling. Both films have haunted houses. Obviously there's a pianist resident. There are tragic ghosts. And the backstory. There a seance with the medium. Who writes all of the answers down and the Groundskeeper named mr tuttle. That's no lodge. That was in the others to this film. the ring Even originally from the japanese. Those are very much almost semi remakes of the changeling in what lies beneath with harrison ford and michelle. Pfeiffer obviously borrowed a lot from this as well guillermo del toro he claims. This film is a masterpiece borrowed from it in either stylish substance so many of his horror films like the devil's backbone crimson peak most notably which also featured a red ball and the wheelchair and his production. He was executive producer for ge bayona's the orphanage which also borrows a lot from this film to so whether it gets remade or not it's been recycled into so many other really really strong horror films that you can watch. I think a remake would find a hard time not only living up to the original but also might seem a little redundant since so many of the ideas of the changeling have been put into other very prominent in very popular horror films over the years. So i'm okay with it. Never getting remade personally. Now you might have your own opinions on that if you want to share them with me you can find my contact information that my website. That's equipped stir dot net. Twip s. t. r. dot net. You'll find links to my twitter. Feed my facebook page my instagram and also my email do encourage you to email me. If you haven't done so already just let me know what you think of the show or any of the suggestions you might have for. Twitter dot net is where to go as far as next week. We're going to start another three part series very similar to this one. We've kind of been in this vein of scary movies. I'm recording this in the middle toward the end of september. So i might as well keep the horror movies rolling least through the end of the halloween season at least four. Twenty twenty one. And i'm recording. This and i'm going to start with one of the biggest films. One of the most popular horror films for anybody who indulges in horror films of the nineteen eighties stanley. Kubrick's great masterwork the shiny from nineteen eighty the same year as a changeling and it has surprisingly a lot in common with the changeling. Even though they remained completely separate and not influences of one another for reasons. I will get into on the next episode. So if you haven't seen it in a while or maybe if you haven't seen it at all. Although i feel most of you have i do encourage you to check out the shining for the next episode. But until then thank you everyone for joining me this trip around the world in eighties movies..
"two five million dollars" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"A jerk is like okay. People are like some different about this guy. Hey don't be a jerk. Actually give people specifically brothers and sisters in christ the benefit of the doubt. You like you teach. Second graders that but the church. We've lost her mind. Devouring one another benefit of the doubt wanting to kind of isolate in a tribe vilifying other churches and i'm saying let's not do that. Let's not let storyline be that place where we get into the outrage of our day but rather just determine by the grace of god to love one another serve one another bless one another give one another the benefit of the doubt champion in one another more with one. Another fifty. Nine one another's in the new testament. Call us to be the kind of people they won't give into that nonsense but shine a light in that darkness said and just the the point being. You don't have to be jerk. Show each other some grace and that goes with the employer employee situation right now to A lot of people angry with their employers over minutes a lot of employers frustrated with the employees who Everything is disrupted now and a lot of people. I i actually was talking to a friend of mine and he is. I gotta say this is a very good friend. I've known him for a long time and he so annoyed with his employees who are parents and because some of them they're have to reshuffling around because schools are closed. Like it'd be home with their kids. They can't leave their kids so annoyed. I'm like dude this is. We're in a time right now that none of us living have ever experienced. None of us have experienced. We all get frustrated with it. Just just calm down. Calm down your employees are the same good people. They were a year ago. We're just in uncharted territory. And all of us are trying to chart it. There's no good guidance. Nobody trusts anybody. So we've all got an advocate where arrive at a different solutions. Were all trying to go at it together. Just just show each other. Some grace be nice you don't have to be biblical donkey. You don't have to be a jerk. It is amazing to me how far you can go in life just by not being jerk and it's also amazing to me. How few people seem to have learned that lesson of late in these uncharted times. Nobody really knows what they're doing. They're all just trying to get through life in a muddled mess right now. Employers as well in the biden administration not to make a political point here but the by administration has just muddied the water further for everyone with his mandate. So thank you being able to stop by and give some clarity to it. Bottom line right now. Employers just focus on your business. Don't worry about this. The rules aren't written. Why hello there. I would love to have you on the program if you want to. The phone number is eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. Y'all nobody's now. I i got to explain this to you. Because if you don't live in texas you may not know what is we have had now a couple of them open in georgia. I'm actually pulling up their website to figure out. Where are the bookies of america yacht to alabama to in florida to in georgia. You got a bunch in texas there. I mean they're they're in texas georgia florida and alabama. And even then. You've you've got one in leeds alabama when locks alabama one in daytona beach. Florida one in saint augustine. Puerto one in calhoun georgia worn on. Water robin georgia. The rest of them are texas so most of you listening right now have never experienced buggies. It is an experience. It is one of the few places on planet earth outside of ikya where i can get a panic attack because they are massive. I think the one near me has forty or fifty pumps for getting gas but it buggies you can get brisket and it's good brisk it. It is like your own little barbecue restaurant inside the gas station. And it's incredible and at bookies you can get a beaver nuggets which you eat one. You're going to eat the whole bag. Buggies is amazing. It is a colt in texas. When i go to texas. When i go to austin in particular i drive to buggies. There's a bookies and bastrop texas. And i drive there when i leave the airport because i love bugis. Bugis is wonderful. Well the problem is that the Owner of bucky gas stations arch appaling has given money to greg abbott and texas republicans. This is from the houston chronicle arch beaver appaling. The third owner of the texas based gestation jane buggies has back to the texas gop for some time. Progressive activists are coming for buggies. They are opposed to the owner of bugis giving to texas republicans. That's right. There is an organized backlash coming. A woman on facebook warned progressives that the owner of buddies is giving to republicans according to transparency. Usa appleans has given to twenty republican packs including two packs supporting dan. Patrick lieutenant governor governor greg abbott attorney general accident speaker of the house dade phelan Former speaker dennis. Bonnin unsurprisingly apple has given the most. Greg abbott am one point two five million dollars or so and he's donated since july fourteenth four hundred ninety thousand dollars towards greg abbott superpac and now progressives are upset. Y'all can't hate bugis. Bugis is the greatest gas station on planet earth. Even though i can have a panic attack there are so many people who go into bookies but it is incredible gas station and the left wants to destroy it because they're heretics you see. This is what happens when you replace religion with politics. You have to destroy the heretics and at buggies. The owner happens to be republican who cares. It's phenomenal shopping. Experience if you want great brisket and plenty of gas station pumps. It's just insane that this is happening and yet this we're gonna see more and more of this unless companies go to the left. Progressives are gonna boycott them..
"two five million dollars" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"But the eric the sorry. The eric blood says the los angeles clippers traded rajon. Rondo patrick beverley daniel to row to the memphis grizzlies for eric bledsoe does the straight matter. And if so who won in your eyes. I don't think this trade really matters. I think the clippers Bobby marks tweeted this money. This move saves a lot of money on their tax bill. I do think at this point in their careers. I know beverly gets the height because of kind of his antics. I don't think that there's this they're going to do the same things with eric bledsoe. They do with patrick. Beverley for the most part rondo was the kind of i in. They seem to bring in last year when they were trying to address their locker. Room situation with the clippers do we have leaders cetera. I think they seem to not really care about that anymore. After how well they did in the playoffs in rondo wasn't really playing toward the end of their last couple series. So i don't think it matters too much. Like bledsoe on the clippers I think he's a you could do a lot worse than him as a backup guard. Certainly for a lot of his career. He's been a starting guard on good team. So yeah i don't. I don't think it moves the needle. I i think the grizzlies are probably gonna end up parting ways with at least a couple of those guys. I don't see rondo playing there for a full season. So yeah. I don't think it really moves the needle for each team. But that's as far as i'm that's really all there is to say about it sweet. I'm glad i brought this up. This is just riveting conversation so far. I do like the fact that the clippers got for the clippers. I like the eight point. Two five million dollar trade exception. That i mean that's kind of interesting for a truce. Sad right there will be great. Exception is While the danger in in. Us strong my friend. You're so upset that josh. Richardson is on the celtics. It's just right now. And i love it. I love it. I love to see it. So i guess we're just gonna move on from that trade. There's really nothing else interesting to say about it. I think that what you're talking about trade exceptions. I you know. Yeah you know. Eric bledsoe. it's cool. He's going home to the clippers and our calling going home. Yeah hell yeah okay. Okay the homecoming for the kid who surprisingly thirty one years old. I did not know that. When i looked it up but now i think that you you know you you streamline the roster a little bit you you get rid of clutter at that position and i think that's still an okay player and he's you know obviously maligned for how he performed in the playoffs with the the bucks the past few before he was traded to the pelicans past few postseasons I don't really feel like the postseason. Is that relevant to this discussion anymore because of lenders knee. But we'll see it'll be fun. I felt like i should bring the trade up and no no. I agree listen. It was news it happened. I do think bledsoe is a better player than his playoff reputation is give them credit for and i'm still pretty high on the clippers. I really liked the only. They were playing in the playoffs. When i went down. And i i think they've done a good job. That's offseason bringing back to Reggie jackson who's now huge part of their success Ah baca fees healthy. I think can make a difference. I like this team..
"two five million dollars" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports
"Has a lot of power and influence over the office in the system and the players that are brought in. It seems like Aaron doesn't have that same amount of influence but I also don't think Tom, Brady would ever say, yeah, I've got just a business relationship with the Buccaneers general manager. He would probably say wage We're friends. I like him. We get along really well. He would, it would come across very differently than a standoffish, kind of. Yeah, we just worked together, attitude. and, Aaron as a GM would have done badly like all the players. He listed, many of them are washed up. Many of them would have been overpaid. If Aaron, Rodgers said, hey, bring back this guy. Bring back that guy off. Now, the Packers did recently trade for wide receiver? slot receiver to be more clear and that move was made to appease Aaron Rodgers. So the Packers aren't paying ran wage at five point two five million dollars as far as 30 years old. And Randall, Cobb's last two quarterbacks were Dak Prescott, two years ago in 2019 and he had to Sean Watson throwing him the ball last year in 2020. He had 55 catches in 2015, 38 catches last year in 2020. Oh and he gets hurt a ton. He's not a guy who's been healthy recently. In fact, Randall called has not played a full season in the NFL since 2015. So he's aging his production is down, he's injured, but Aaron really wants this guy. So we're going to bring him in. Now, the day after Aaron, had his own press conference. The Packers GM Brian. Gutekunst had his own press conference in almost immediately. I think literally, his first statement or first question, answered was about Randall, Cobb. And he said, you know, we got Randall Cobb because Erin wanted him. The message was, if Randall, Cobb, is terrible blame Aaron, not me, in fact, he literally said without Aaron, we would not be pursuing that So that I mean, he's like, hey, we're doing everything we can to keep Aaron happy and if this blows up, do not blame me because that's the problem with Aaron's demand, is he? He wants players right? In that fit him, but he also doesn't want to pay for the consequences if those players don't work out, he wants Brian, gutekunst to take the fall. Now here's the big quote that Brian gutekunst gave. This is from a Sports Illustrated article written by Albert Breer. It came out on August 2nd. This is the Packers GM Brian. Gutekunst talking about including Aaron Rodgers in free agency. It's a long quote. He said first of all I'd say there are very few of those players guys who you would include in free agency. You're talking Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, there are very few of those players the quarterback position, particularly because he's affected by so many things and particularly on your offense, the ones like Aaron and Tom, their input is valuable. How is.
"two five million dollars" Discussed on Ante Up Poker Magazine
"Listening to the best poker cast on the internet. I'm chris costanza and scott. I d- ban you from the show. It was a joke man. Just kidding right we take this seriously sorry swore on the show but you got the ban me now. I guess they're getting twitter band. Poker pro robbins sued the gotta for one point. Two five million dollars actually casino gave him a lifetime banff or what. He says we're jokes. He told the front desk clerk one checking into his hotel room. Conversation apparently beginning when the clerk gas robbins. If you wanted a room on a high floor or low-floor robbins made a series of comments about wanting to jump out of the hotel room window. Security made them undergo and pay for a psychological evaluation which robbins said. He passed by the hotel packed of his belongings and banned him nonetheless. You know. I don't know how to feel about this a lot about a lot on this show about that today but you know god it's crazy and then they make them go through all this stuff and then they still just say okay. You still got to go. I'm just a little confused by it. I don't know you know it's it's he said. She said kind of stuff right. But i've read a lot of the reactions from our friends on facebook about it and a lot of people agree with the borgata. I'm not falling for that you know that whole fallacy crap. Were you know. Add popular mortgage just because everyone says that's the way it should be. That's the way. I should think i'm going to think for myself on this and i you know how many times about i joked around. Or if i said. I got to do another episode of the show. I'm gonna open vein bleed myself a death in a tub you know but not really gonna do it. You're not going to ban me from the show and make me go through you know psychological evaluation right. I mean there's that side of it and then there's also hey you really shouldn't be talking like that in public people are going to. They don't and if they don't do anything and then you die. You kill yourself or something right whether you're joking. Yeah exactly. that's the difference between those two scenarios that you just mentioned right. Yeah so yeah. So i mean i i usually come down on the side of the business on these things because it's their business and You know the analogy. I use all the time. Is you know if If your friends ask you to take your shoes off before coming in their house. they're not censoring you. They're not telling you what to do. They're telling you what you need to do in their house. You know You wanna take your shoes off. You can go to your other friends house. That doesn't give a crap tracking right so so if you don't like what does then you don't go to the guy so that's generally how i look at these things So so and so. That's part of it for me..
Scott Robbins Sues Borgata for $1.25M Over Lifetime Ban
"Poker pro robbins sued the gotta for one point. Two five million dollars actually casino gave him a lifetime banff or what. He says we're jokes. He told the front desk clerk one checking into his hotel room. Conversation apparently beginning when the clerk gas robbins. If you wanted a room on a high floor or low-floor robbins made a series of comments about wanting to jump out of the hotel room window. Security made them undergo and pay for a psychological evaluation which robbins said. He passed by the hotel packed of his belongings and banned him nonetheless. You know. I don't know how to feel about this a lot about a lot on this show about that today but you know god it's crazy and then they make them go through all this stuff and then they still just say okay. You still got to go. I'm just a little confused by it. I don't know you know it's it's he said. She said kind of stuff right. But i've read a lot of the reactions from our friends on facebook about it and a lot of people agree with the borgata. I'm not falling for that you know that whole fallacy crap. Were you know. Add popular mortgage just because everyone says that's the way it should be. That's the way. I should think i'm going to think for myself on this and i you know how many times about i joked around. Or if i said. I got to do another episode of the show. I'm gonna open vein bleed myself a death in a tub you know but not really gonna do it. You're not going to ban me from the show and make me go through you know psychological evaluation right. I mean there's that side of it and then there's also hey you really shouldn't be talking like that in public people are going to. They don't and if they don't do anything and then you die. You kill yourself or something right whether you're joking. Yeah exactly. that's the difference between those two scenarios that you just mentioned right. Yeah so yeah. So i mean i i usually come down on the side of the business on these things because it's their business and You know the analogy. I use all the time. Is you know if If your friends ask you to take your shoes off before coming in their house. they're not censoring you. They're not telling you what to do. They're telling you what you need to do in their house. You know You wanna take your shoes off. You can go to your other friends house. That doesn't give a crap tracking right so so if you don't like what does then you don't go to the guy
Your Poker News Update for June 29, 2021
"Talk a little bit about the news. I the ten thousand dollar buy. In ten million dollar guarantee win millions Had it starting flights this past weekend in attracted thirteen hundred twenty eight entries which create a prize pool of almost twelve point five million dollars the largest in wind poker his first prize just over two million dollars in even runner up as almost one point two nine. Sorry at one point. Two five million dollars so incredible turnout for the win. Millions will get you all of those results when they come in next week. Also the run good poker series had its second event coming back from a kobe. This time. It was at council bluffs iowa just outside of omaha the five hundred and seventy five dollar main event had a festival record of eight hundred fifty one entrance generating a prize pool of four hundred thirty four thousand dollars when it got down to the final eleven players. It was a very rare eleven person. Chop each player was guaranteed the exact same amount twenty six thousand and fifty eight dollars. They played for the all star. Run good series ring and the pro-am seat into the stars event presented by poker. Go in las vegas which will be held later. On this year end. Freddie kaufman ended up taking down the event the ring and the pro ams seek co congratulations to everyone at the council bluffs event for the road. Good poker series.
"two five million dollars" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"A believe may have said it's about Michael dixon for your extension with the seahawks He's a partner for those Who's michael dixon But yeah the seahawks gave him four year extension that include fourteen point five million dollars in new money. They can get up to sixteen Based off incentives The deal also includes ten point six million over the first two years. So if you didn't know punters make this kind of money. Now you know so. I don't know if things go out there in practice on listening to get viteri to learn a few things but Kicking be something that people may need to look more into instead of trying to be a receiver a db or quarterback. I start kicking okay. They might monthly. Just say okay. So the i guess dilemma that i forgot to mention not exactly dilemma. But the conversation at also is part of. Julio go to the titans jersey numbers clearly. Aj where's the number eleven. Julio jones who's leaving atlanta always worn the number eleven who is going to wear. Eleven in tennessee is aj braga ground. Are you going to give it to the guy that he's praising said. Let the way probably would know education. If i'm being honest. He privileges Julio he wanted. But i think julio might be instead of barry my lab. Keep it or at the very least if he really wants. I don't think he's gonna take it for free. He mavis lafeber the little bit of cash. Little bit for trump's Other cash back though is onto when this stuff happens on who pays for the. Nfl will says that players can change their numbers next season if they do this season after the bottom merged because it's already been create so clear that means merchants already been created number living in a ladder jersey for julio correct as well as brown in tennessee egypt so if who the leaving who pays what atlanta jerseys and then if brown gives up his eleven heat up then he should have to pay for that or do we and they who will feel creating new with maggie but yeah i wonder what's going on in that as anybody else in that idea who knows In other news. I don't know why this is news. And it's dealing with. Jerry reminded that he still a factor in the patriots quarterback situation He stepped up friday. Basically conversation on they'll do it. Eleven eleven drools in the parole. Ta's in you know he got chance to say hey. Don't forget about me you remember. I was the guy everyone was talking about this time last year. Okay the disrespect but okay. I don't think anybody's waiting buddy. More deals made Minnesota vikings Signed cornerback but shod breeland. This deal brings another free agent Addition to the vikings secondary is off. Season got patrick peterson. mccain's alexander Spent the first four seasons his career. Minnesota brilliant. So young buck started thirty. Two games for casey chiefs over the last two years included including six postseason games state. Clear everything he had five interceptions during that span including one and she's super bowl victory over the forty niners two years ago so hot commodity shirt He missed the first four games of the twenty twenty season after he was suspended for violating the league's policy on substance abuse so just minor fraction but nothing unheard of before so. I'm pretty sure that in effect this decision for pick up pickup guy overall though His stasi hundred seventy seven tackles eight four Six fumble recoveries fourteen interceptions in three defensive touchdowns over seven seasons. I think this is a very good pick up. This was very good move. It's a very good player okay. bershad is a great guys cups to get the job. Done field lucky them. It's an easy. Titans have signed three time all american wrestler. Adam kuhn to play off its alarm. Yes you heard correctly. All american He did not play football. He was a wrestler. Now how did this come about well. Coon compiled a one hundred. Sixteen to fifteen record. So hundred sixteen wins fifteen losses means guy rarely ever lost thousands record in college wrestling at michigan but he never played football for the will raise a four time high school state champion in wrestling. Coon was named the detroit athletic club high school athlete of the year as seen when he was in high school He has no college football. Play experience but was all time linebacker in all state linebacker in twenty twelve when he did play in. High school was honorable mention offensive. Linemen in twenty ten in twenty eleven. So i guess they took notice of that. Maybe But tennessee also plays quarterback kelvin johnson on reserved retire. Liz johnson signed a one year. Two point two five million dollar contract with the titans in marks a but because of injuries. Being waived i believe. Okay what interesting. Okay wait to see how adam does on on on that line. I don't know if you'll be starting to doubt you start. But i think that's just news dead like wow. This guy really has played a step football over four years. And they're just gonna sign up. Okay i haven't played in a snapper football in what we in twenty twenty one twenty thirteen officially okay. So it's it's. It's been a little while Quite some time new england patriots offensive coordinator josh mcdaniels Stated that cam. Newton has different grasp on offense in your to a i would hope so out really also to out. You have a better understanding just like me doing this. Podcast do if you've been here since the beginning you know i did not sound this great or had this meaningless feelers coming through his which is still working on a perfect. I get it but yes game on. Foxborough.
"two five million dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Suspects up in a long running sex abuse probe on lisa brady fox news the investigation focusing on a youth detention center. Run by the state of new hampshire. Six men arrested. Fox's tonge powers. has this live lisa. The new hampshire attorney general's offices the sununu youth services center. Formerly the youth development center has been a focus of an almost two year criminal investigation with allegations spanning from nineteen ninety-four. Two thousand five. Two of the men arrested today. Both former counselors in july of twenty nineteen with eighty two counts of rape but the charges were dismissed last year in order to strengthen that investigation both were arrested again today and charged with rape three others also face rape charges more than two hundred men and women have joined a class action lawsuit claiming physical or sexual abuse by staffers when they were children. Thanks tanya the white house launching another expansion aimed at boosting access to co vaccines are community. Health center vaccine program so that the nearly fourteen hundred community health centers can sign up to receive an administered doses to their patient homeadvisor. Andy slaven announcing the move which also aimed at equity in vaccine distribution since those centers serve communities both hardest hit by the virus and the most difficult to reach for vaccination including minorities the so called uk. Variant of co bid is now the dominant strain in the us more contagious and finding younger targets across the country we're hearing reports of clusters of cases associated with daycare centers and use. Sports hospitals are seeing more and more younger adults. Those in their thirties and forties admitted with severe disease. Cdc director dr rachelle will landscape has indoor youth. Sports should be avoided along with large events in areas with higher transmission. 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Top 10 players signed by Patriots
"Talk about the Patriots. The the Patriots grabbed everybody's attention by making move after move after move after move. Like we're watching it over agency going off. How many people are going to bring in its kind of unbelievable how many starters they've added? And so I count they added ten players that I think are very very significant to their team next year. In fact, I would say pretty clearly the Patriots are back and a lot of people saw this coming, you know, but they are going to be a force in the NFL next year here is my list my nerdy list of the ten players the top players. They added that are very significant to their roster next year. The first two are massive. It will reshape the entire Patriots offense. They added two tight ends Johnny Smith and Ed Hunter Henry. To Johnny Smith signed from Tennessee. He signed a four year deal worth up to fifty million dollars. That's Thirty one point two five million dollars guaranteed and he's only twenty-four years old. So that's Monday. That's a really gigantic Marquis franchise player. He cited the reason why it came to New England is cuz he loves Bill Belichick. He's got great respect for him. And I want to point out of all the everybody I'm about to talk about these shows to be in New England Bill Belichick got his kind of guys who sought out New England wanted to be there and wanted to work hard and win a Superbowl. I think it matters. It's very very exciting. These are not with Josh Gordon's or what's the other example Phillip Dorsett who they made a move for and they're not really like that. You think they fit they don't work out know. These are guys who all chose to be in New England who wanted to win a Superbowl. I really want to win a Superbowl. These guys went out of their way to be New England now the other tight and they brought in With twenty-six-year-old tight end Hunter Henry from the LA Chargers got a three-year deal twenty-five million dollars guaranteed. It's worth up to thirty seven point five million dollars total if he meets all those incentives. They also added two wide receivers the Patriots brought in Nelson agholor to a you got a two year twenty six million dollar contract East twelve years old. Now a lot of people do not like this move and I I get it Nelson agholor is not the most flashy player in the NFL but I think if it's very well with Cam Newton, he's good at he's not going up and getting the ball. He's got good hands did some stuff of the Raiders that I think deserves your attention go watch what he did with the Raiders and I just I'm like, huh a lot of good plays. Okay. I understand. I see the potential Bill Belichick and the Patriots would see and Nelson agholor go will give the guy a good contract, especially considering the Patriots have like our desolate at wide receiver. They need help. They got home. Who is awesome but he can't do everything by himself from the slot. They have n'keal Harry who n'keal Harry. I I think he's going to pop. I think he's going to progress and keep getting better. But she's not a number one right now. So on top of the page where it's also added Kendrick Bourne guy from my local area actually went to Eastern Washington University 25 years old. He's coming from the San Francisco 49ers. He got a three year deal worth twenty two point five million dollars. Now another thing the Patriots did they also added they signed Center Ted carriages and they traded for tackle Trent Brown. So this is the new Patriots offense right now. They've receivers Nelson agholor, Julian Edelman Kendrick born and kill hair is its own nuclear Aguilera. I'm doing my best. It's a hard game to say. They also have Sony Michelle running backs for any receivers Sony Michelle at running back and improved offensive line. Cam Newton at quarterback who I get why people doubt Cam? He's a former NFL MVP and with when you put cams Talent with a lot of weapons including two outstanding tight ends Hunter Henry Smith, right man. I'll tell you what I look at the Patriots offense and think two things immediately number one. Everything is going to run through their brand new Titans. Their entire offense now is probably going to drive down the seams of the field right up the middle. They're going to use our tents heavily lot of play-action again. I am scheme wise things will look a lot like the page words did back in the day when they had drunk and Aaron Hernandez together to start tight ends. Now number two. I feel very very confident with Cam Newton as the Patriots quarterback and it surprised me but I want to remind you that two years ago. Tom Brady was the page word starting quarterback and did basically nothing and the reason was there were no weapons there. He kept running into the same brick wall. His receivers weren't good enough. So, how can I think you and I would both agree. I like Cam Newton Tom Brady's a better quarterback than Cam Newton. So my point is if Tom Brady couldn't make it work with New England's roster. How was Cam Newton supposed to succeed? He was set up to fail will now Cam Newton's being given weapons is being set up to do. Well, I'm excited man. He's a former NFL MVP, he's hungry. I I personally believe Cam Newton's going to have an awesome year and it really is going to make extended one-year deal with like it was like three and a half million dollars with a bunch of incentives. I honestly think we're gonna look back at his contract at the end of next year and go. Can you believe the deal they got on Camden he played so well for no money. I really think he's he's a guy who can didn't play well enough wage. Last year to earn a new gigantic contract. So he's going to have to show what he can do this year and maybe earn more money next year but I think cam is poised to do very very well and make a lot of money and win a lot of games in New England
"two five million dollars" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football
"Absolutely and between good for virginia. Incognito stays healthy. They're going to be okay at guard. Invest that he's surrounded by. Yes exactly exactly there. You go and and johnson the rookie from clemson You know Sure he's in the lab right now getting ready for his opportunity. And may you know so so he becomes your third guard as of right now. Obviously the raiders got a good look him last year. And i'm sure they feel like he's on on track to to be a guy that they can make on. We'd right tackle. Obviously that's there's a whole at right tackle right now but There's there's time to address that and on top of that There's there's a a really deep draft for tackles a share so will be shocked if if that's the direction that the raiders went You know in the draft but again it's march nineteenth There's there's still plenty of time to get that rectified before the draft and so offensive line. Obviously it's a concern until those guys go out there and prove it than it always. It will be a question mark. But i do know this. The raiders were. Were getting up there at age on that offensive line and the money was was starting to become Age plus that money Maybe we maybe we take that money and and spread it out a little bit more to build a more complete rosser. And that's that's kind of what they've done Thus far so we move over to To i think. I know that this this this move caused a big star but the kenyan drake Signing which looks a whole lot better After looking at the details and this is another reminder and it's a kind of a pet peeve of mine and i learned this covering this game for awhile now those first initial numbers that you see on twitter are coming from the agent and i have nothing against agents. They do a great job. They have a job to do. And it's an important job in their whole world. But i always of sit back and laugh at when i see all those numbers being bandied about on twitter and everyone running running them with A as if it's gospel and a general manager told me one time i go. Why don't you set the record straight. You know when when you see that. And they're like here's what we feel why you know it's all gonna come out in the wash anyway and number two let the guy have his day at the agent have his day. He's trying to build his clientele. He's trying to build his popular. You know his Attract other clients. You know to his. The player gets his day in the sun and his big parade and everything that we know what it really looks like here and usually not what it looks like out there. So i'm like okay. But i by tell fans this like an readers. Don't freak out on those initial numbers because it's always gonna represent the best possible scenario. You wanna look at kenyan drake Let's just let's just put it out there okay. He signed a two year. Eleven million dollar contract with eleven million guaranteed up to fourteen million dollars. And everyone's like. Oh my god that much for a backup running back a he's gonna play a lot like a starter so you don't get into the semantics but when you get into the weeds of this contract all right eight point. Five million dollar eight point five million is guaranteed at the signing so whenever he signs. His contract is two thousand and twenty one salary. Plus two thousand twenty one roster bonus plus two thousand and twenty two a roster bonus are all you know guaranteed a at a at signing but he but instead of five point five million dollars a as the yearly salary each year. It's it's actually one point. Two five million dollars with a one point seven roster bonus And so it doesn't look so bad when you start looking at it along those terms it's really a one year deal because that 2021 salary doesn't guarantee until a year from now they make decision on whether or not they want to do that and that and that Twenty twenty two roster bonus of five point five million dollars becomes guaranteed and paid on the third day of two thousand. Twenty two Next year. so it's not as bad as it looks and if he plays up to what he's doing than all good It's it's fine so anyway just again a word of warning that it's not all you know what it looks like. Sometimes so before the armchair general manager start talking about roster construction and money and all that kind of stuff. Wait till the details. Really come out before freaking out. Well kenny. drake's good any like you look at the his career yards per. Carry four point five. That's that's very good for running back and especially over the course of a career in her fifty five yards and ten touchdowns last season. I mean he's been productive everywhere. He's been in the listen. They're not gonna bring a guy in there. They're not going to go out and get a running back kenyan drake. They don't plan on like you said using him in in figuring out different ways to josh. Jacobs those guys together and being creative and keeping josh jacobs fresh. I think part of this move Just feels to me. Like josh jacobs felt like last year. He wasn't one hundred percent. He was a little banged up. He was just a step slow and felt like. And if there's a if you can go out and get another back bona fide back. When he lied bobby he was arizona's. Leave back in twenty twenty and he resolved right you guy that has experienced being a lead back you pair with another lead back now. You have options. And there's i imagine they're going to do different. Things can drake in the passing game as well. I mean he's a guy who caught in two thousand eighteen fifty three catches for seventy seven yards and then in two thousand nineteen with both teams arizona. Miami another fifty catches so. He's experience catching the ball. You can run between the tackles. He's in his prime at twenty seven years old. Maybe not the first position that comes to mind when you think of need but it is another player on the offense. It's another a skill position player. That has odd that that can alleviate some of the pressure of josh jacobs. Derek carr and they're not bringing them in here unless they have real plans to to use him into feature at various times absolutely and I think that that that the versatility and the creativity that adds. I think you're gonna see a looking at the tape to. He's more of a home run hitter than than than josh jacobs says josh jacobs is that grinding five. Six seven eight yards. Eleven yards fourteen yards. Drake take it to the house and saw that on tape. And i think in the red zone he's going to become an asset Because he can catch the ball and you line them up all over the all over the field in that area. So i really think that red zone factor is gonna come into play So so you have you have that Now offensively. I think you know jon gruden always gonna want to add to the weaponry and tweak it and and try to get better and i think he absolutely did with With kenyan drake now. We go to wide receiver. John brown Who when you look at the numbers and the production There's no reason why you know he he. He obviously slots right nelson aguilar's spot and in some cases. I mean he's had better years than to say he's better years Especially that that that that twenty nineteen season when he was the wide receiver. One in buffalo up with you know seventy plus catches a thousand plus yards Obviously this guy can produce. And i think that As he showed last year when he was healthier when he was on the field. Being part of it ensemble. He's a nice piece on on on samba. In before i get to your thoughts this whole notion of the wide receiver wound and the wide receiver to throw that all out. That's that's like yesterday's.
"two five million dollars" Discussed on Buccaneers Observer
"I ca- tomorrow of bed and i was like this public myself and trying to look what is his Okay it was a four years. Sixty eight million dollar deal. I'm trying to find what his cap hit is. But he's okay. He's not on Spot racket so yes. Data became to be seventeen year or something like that. Seventeen million over seventeen and a half i. I was amazed. I was like wow i thought i thought for sure he was gonna get twenty million years. Yeah and let me see. If i can pull up my notes because i know that somebody tweeted about us about what has cap hit actually was so i mean i. It's just incredible to me that we got him for so cheap really relatively cheap. I mean considering he was the premier. Pass rusher Yeah there's so many teams there's a lot of teams that got a boatload of cap space and they would love to have him. I think it's a testament to this team advocate. The guys will stay here. Take less money to stay here and also it is florida. They get a little bit of a discount on in the tax up jimmy jacksonville's like seventy two million under the cap down. Everybody won't play there. That's true if the annapolis i mean. There're third seventy million of the cap. Her they were pre wince. But i mean did they could definitely use all the jets got. These have would have paid him. Twenty twenty five million. Absolutely totally what overpaying. He wanted to stay here apparently he. And apparently they're going to hell. Shopping and tampa also. Yeah so gregg. Allman tweeted that shaq barrett contract has a one point two five million dollars base salary for twenty twenty one and in eighteen point some five million dollar signing bonus. That's pro-rated over five years so it's a excuse me it's a four year deal with voidable fifth year so that just a destroyer your figure. Yeah she molly sliced her finger finger not fame but it was not a good day for alpha molly medical wise. We thought she was going to get my My buccaneers knives which i am not used to extreme avid sharp knives and this is why i don't have sharp knives I'm okay. I'm gonna i think so i had to one up. You hurt yourself. Dot did first aid. Okay it's my turn. I couldn't even go to the emergency room if i needed to. Because you're going to do with the kid lever with you. She would take care of you though. Okay so shaq barrett. We got for a frigging steel. We talk about levante david last time we did him cashed one again. That one just shocked the mess outta me. I i was. I was fully prepared to not have the david on this team. You know you got a hand to bruce arians and jason light angry and berg. They said after the super bowl said we're keeping everybody and we both were like You know they're drunk talking. But i'll be put it. He did it. And i said this you know watching the super bowl all twenty two started getting teary eyed watched. It sounds sounds a little soft. But because i'm watching this and it's the best football team i've ever seen you know going into the playoffs. You know obviously in these guys. i'm seeing them. Play the green bay. Packers the new orleans saints and they're making these other teams look bad and you know i'm writing notes and i'm like all the green bay. Packers are not playing their best game in the those saints are playing their best game of all the good stuff and then..
"two five million dollars" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Top ranks brandon as any fighter. You could imagine so it's it's baffling to me that they've gone about it in this way i guess is the best way i can put it. the kid the bottom line is the kid took short money. I'm not crapping on one point. Two five million dollars is a lot of money but it was short money to fight arguably the best pound for pound fighter in the sport he took that risk he won the fight and now he expects to be compensated appropriately and they're refusing to do it. I do agree that jorge campos campos is not a high profile opponents. it's a mandatory. But if he's going to remain at one hundred and thirty five pounds it's a mandatory for the f that he has to get out of the way so he has to fight him. The one thing. I will say though chris if he if his plan is to move up to one hundred and forty pounds and he doesn't think that he can remain at the lightweight limit for much longer. And he's not going to get the fights against devon haney devante davis ryan garcia the fights at lightweight that people want to see then i could see the other side of it being well. Then why are you fighting at one hundred thirty five pounds and a mandatory fight anyway t a female thinks that he can continue making it for another fighter to and maybe he wants to see if he can really get one of those guys in the ring but if ultimately he winds up moving up to one forty after this fight it turned out great financially for him. But what was the point of it. All yeah you. I mean hindsight you could say you know. Why are we going through these motions if it's just a mandatory. Why don't you just move on to a different vital. The cfe will turn around be like i'm cashing a big fat check. Thanks to My friends my new friends over at thriller..
"two five million dollars" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green
"A couple more on this or that far cry or god of war far cry or by for crime. Wise i like the quick answer. I love icon game from you man. I don't think i've had so much fun. Playing far cry three and four. That's like my childhood. I love far cry games. I love the instantaneous answer. No no elliot decisiveness. Got a war for me. I love crato and his Blades of fire and ripping apart. That's do any as a kid now in the latest one that came out like ps four when that dropped so gone award out of war from us. Well know i'm gonna go with skeptic far cracks. I'll just trust skeptic here a great logic on guy so that the office or modern family. This is an easy one for me. Office yeah yeah never sat bro. I mean i. I when i said i watched shows when i go to sleep. I watched you office. Yes see. i'm the opposite. i love modern fan. I'm with you bananas. One of my favorite family. That's not even you can watch. You're gonna show thousand percent with skeptic is the office. It is the show that i put on. When i've got nothing else to watch and i just want something cool. I've watched it like twenty times so often downplaying office done but formerly modern family kinda had something a little something. Different about it yeah. I don't like awkward moments. And i feel like there's so much irish humor in the office that i started laughing about it but i cringe laugh. I'm like i can only imagine being in that situation so we're always in that awkward situation. Our guys are that this week all right. Thank you skeptic. We got some fun topics to we're gonna keep chatting you want to china Stuff trend around the world in the video game world e sports. So i'm gonna bring up here over. Watts league is unveiling their twenty one season structure. They have a four point. Two million four point five median dollar prize pool coming up overwatch league that starts here in a few months in april in april sixteenth. So they got the fourth season of wesley which is really amazing. And i think this is gonna continue every every league college duty over. Watch the mattingly's the fortnight tournaments. They continue league going to get better in terms of the planning and terms of the organization so four season for Watch franchises coming out. And they're going to have different. They have a seasonal tournaments bazeley cycled through so the first tournament is going to be may may lay than june jousts. I liked little. Comic book esque Titles here a summer showdown and then countdown cup. So that four point two million four point two five million dollar. That's been announced that's going to be split between the tournaments and the play offs for for all the teams and then the teams competing are going to be divided into two groups the east and west group..
What they're saying: Philadelphia Eagles, Wentz or other teams — who has the leverage?
"All about away. Bought away by the way. The miami dolphins got their guy. I just meant they got us. That dude is they got a guy young guy so let's put some. what are we talking about. Let's put the question. Then this way. And by the way i would say this right now to are coordinating producer. Pete mcconville and our producer. Allie grenade. i don't understand how we do not yet have a feature called jeff saturday. Who's high this week. I mean every week jeff. Hester name that's got to become a tuesday stable. Is this week. We make a segment out of everything on this show but markets very quickly. If the dolphins get forgetting about guam if the dolphins get to shawn watson are they the biggest threat to kansas city in the afc next year. Yeah they are. And i know i say that because i saw were buffalo did. But i'm taking the sean before. I take josh allen and their defense. I'm taking miami. Defense with the sean. Look the inspire football. You play when you have a guy at that position that you know you can't win wit. It takes it to a different level. I love how floor is coaching. But i do think that sometimes going in and out with fits magic and into mayor. Put this team in kabul unknown territory. About what their identity was offensively and the defense never had a question. About what their identity. Would you bring this on. You answer that question. That's our quarterback. Raise the level of play of everybody around you. Oh and yeah let me tell you why. Because he threw for the most yards went out of number one receive on team this year. That's how good he is. Listen this is a no brainer. I would love to see desha watson and josh allen go toe-to-toe for years to come in that division and see who can make it out and then get the kansas city potentially in the afc championship bottom line in miami. They've been trying to find the next dan marino for twenty years. They thought maybe you're still may have him into a tunga vilo but shawn watson is as much more. A known commodity will see if that plays out. Meanwhile quarterback rumors are everywhere including these that the eagles wanna move carson wentz. We know that. What kind of market are they. Finding darlington has the very latest. It could be very interesting. Plus lebron james having another mvp caliber season. You'll hear why jay williams thinks he should win the academy award as well. That's on the way this is get up on. Espn do you own. Read your home share. You and i bet it can be hard work. You know it's easy bundling policies with geico geico makes it easy to bundle your homeowner's or renter's insurance along with your auto policy. It's a good thing too because you already have so much to do around your home. Go to geico dot com. Get a quote and see how much you could save. Its gyco easy visit. Geico dot com. Today that's geico dot com on. We go get up. And another of the quarterback trade sagas continues this one involving that main carson wentz whom league sources believe is on the way out of philadelphia and the eagles may also explore options with his longtime tight. Ends zach ertz. Perhaps philly could include ertz in a wentz package to maximize trade value. Words has one year and eight point. Two five million dollars left on his contract it look. There's a whole lot of speculation in jeff darlington insider here. I'll start with you as to why no deal has been worked out with wentz yet and one of the ways that i look at it from afar is maybe eagles. Just overestimate what it is. People might be willing to give up for wentz at this point when you consider the contract that he has. It's essentially the same circumstance as jared goff in los angeles and the rams had to pay a team to take him off their hands. So is that how similar or those situations and could that be. What's holding this thing up. Well very possible. Greedy speaking with a source with the eagles who certainly understand everything. That's going on with this deal. And you know the one thing that he said. I said what's the holdup here in his answers february sixteenth. Today lear doesn't even start for another month by a bunch of exclamation points and there is something certainly to that. March nineteenth is the date that they'd have to decide on paying him. That ten million dollar rostov on this. This is the runway that they're working with now. Of course you do want to make sure that you make the most of your leverage multiple teams involved. You don't wanna lose one of those teams and then Maybe cost yourself some compensation from that other team but we can point out here that This this source also told me that there is no no trade clause in carson wentz deal so it doesn't really matter say he wants to go to the colts but they're getting more compensation from the bears. They could just send him to the bears. It wouldn't be a problem
Podcast listeners are listening longer
"Constantly, listening longer says Cumulus is Westwood One who has published hits podcast download full twenty, twenty reports. It's their fourth annual study among the findings. spotify is closing the gap with apple podcasts by total listeners it's close twenty, two percent say the Apple, the most twenty percents specify the most willing to that today from our show notes and our newsletter. Do podcasts compete with music listening spotify has an RND division. We discover and release some data in April saying as people pick up podcasts listening, they tend to add it to their previous habits. So music listening remains almost the same once people discover podcasts, good news for musicians although possibly not quite so good news for specifiers hoping they wouldn't have to pay anybody for their podcasts guest. podcast analytics and attribution company. chargeable has raised two point two, five, million dollars in seed funding. The company is tracking one billion downloads a month protracted nearest competitor tracks. One point five, billion, we use that. So congratulations to Dave and Harish. Jack. Mates. Happy Hour from stuck on off has become a spotify exclusive in a youtube. Video Jack Announces spotify offered me a life changing amount of money. This is a game changer for us and ads I've never had any communication with Youtube. Former NBC and Fox News Anchor Megan Kelly is to launch her own podcast network without the constraints or political agendas of other media outlets. She says Devil May Care Media's first release will be the Megan Kelly. Show coincidence record for Mac. Os is a simple audio recorder that sits in your menu bar records records loss less if you like. Could be good for safety copies congratulations to podcast host blueberry who have a free virtual events tomorrow to celebrate fifteen years in business. They have Trivia and prize giveaways, congratulations, Todd and Mike, and everyone else at large media has new logo of bold new look from the same great company. You'll find it in our newsletter today and hereditary is building a MAC based audio editor for podcasts. They want your help to learn more about your production process. We've a new section in the news it's going to happen every Monday it's called the tech stuff. It's with our S S dot com or an excellent podcast hosts. Normally, it's not gonNA make it into this podcast. Today it is. It's aimed at developers and technologists working within podcasting Zahir goes. The podcast index has added a language fields taken from the podcast assassin plans to add eight detected language field in future to catch those podcasters who haven't correctly set it. Joe Morocco has also produced svg versions of the podcast indexes logo, which we now show in own search who websites development documentation has moved pages on get hub at hyper catch as now using the podcast index according to Adam. Curry. His podcasting ready Ip v six asks Thomas Harasser. He notes that some of the largest podcast hosts still don't support Ip six and that some phones in India now I six only at least for media files don't support Ip six you're losing listeners especially in emerging markets he says. And Asandra, dear ferrier used Google Cloud Platform to produce transcripts for his podcast in. Italian. Willing to his notes in English on how he managed IT Marco armaments writes a tongue in cheek clarification of apple's in APP purchase rules which are ever. So slightly opaque, and after we reported at bug charitable correctly setting an RSS user agent, we have more details and best practice. Thanks from our show notes and our newsletter today. And in podcast new seventy million is back for season three, its season premiere seventy million takes you inside Chicago's Cook. County jail during a rapid outbreak of covid nineteen spotify podcast launches, incredible feats today, it say daily show profiling amazing achievements made by people from all over the world hosted by Dan Cummings it's a spotify original available everywhere returning last week meddling adults is a podcast game show for charity with two guests solving children's mysteries from classic series like Scooby. Doo It was the caretaker. Linked to how they made it in our show notes newsletter today and good morning podcasts is podcast in English and in Spanish each Weekday Talk to interesting people in the podcasting scene,
$1.25M bail set for Derek Chauvin at his initial appearance Monday in George Floyd's death
"The former officer charged in the death of George Floyd made his first appearance in court former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shaw Avenue was charged with murdering George Florida faced his first court appearance in Hennepin county Monday via video we're a judge set his bail at one point two five million dollars without conditions or one million with certain conditions met the state of Minnesota has opened a civil rights case against the entire Minneapolis PD three other office I was at the scene were also fired and later charged with counts of aiding and
Solid gold toilet stolen from Winston Churchill's birthplace
"A solid gold toilet has been stolen from the birthplace of Winston Churchill the toilets the work of an Italian conceptual artist Nick had been installed only two days earlier at Blenheim palace after previously being shown at the Guggenheim Museum in New York police said the toilet was taken early Saturday by thieves who used at least two vehicles because the golden toilet has been connected to the palaces plumbing system police said its removal caused significant damage and flooding to the building which is a UNESCO world heritage site filled with valuable art and furniture the toilet is valued around one point two five million dollars a statement on the palace website said the building was closed to the public Saturday because of an unforeseen incidents the palace said normal operations will resume
Nissan, J. Lonsdale And Nick Kostov discussed on WSJ What's News
"So nick. This is a complicated story. But what do we know about the funds that carlos goan used used for his investments in silicon valley startups so this story really begins in twenty fifteen and that year the the goan set up open investment vehicle in delaware who'd shotgun investments and this vehicle is to invest in startups in silicon valley so do i this work does that going son antony who was working at the time for a silicon valley investor j. lonsdale he would find investments and find stops which he thought would do well and he woods either make the investment himself. If there were swollen investments they were larger investments he would oscar's dodds for permission and for funds to invest the money in today startup so for example he wanted to make an investment in grab and so he amount his dad saying the grab was interesting investment and his dad sent over two million dollars and anthony obviously made that investment excellent so anthony who's ready to hunt going really provided the funds and obviously these funds now no we're coming from a nissan san client who is based in no man and who deposits money in a funding in lebanon and which then mr going direct rex to shogun investments okay so so what do we know about this connection with the fund in lebanon so the money which ended up at the delaware funding which was been invested into various start ups. We know that it came from an executive at a nissan distributorship co-defender kumar he's an international and he transferred the money from his bank account in switzerland to lebanon-based vehicle and then the money was transferred over to shotgun investments in the u._s. Now would japanese prosecutors allege. What nissan investigators believe is that. This money was actually siphoned-off from incentive payments that nissan were paying to the distributor in. I'm so japanese. Prosecutors specifically say that of two five million dollar payments that nissan may to the distributor twenty seventeen in two thousand eighteen five million of that they charge was diverted through the international defender cuma lebanon and over to show gun investments in the u._s. Now how tall us gun has very strongly denied these allegations yeah obsolete colors golden denies the allegations completely and forcefully and says he will fight inco and if given a federal prevail he says that this was a private investment he was providing private investment advice and that there was absolutely no link between screened the money that nissan which paints distributor and the money to defend ukraine with providing in that ended up as shogun investments yeah we'll forgetting any notion of criminality analogy. We still know that he had a personal business dealing with a client of nissan. What can we learn from this story about the broader gun saga. I think the story can paint a fuller picture of college <unk> actions. I didn't know of time the since november people who've been talk talk about this case in black and white is gonna give t's not guilty if he's not guilty then he should be allowed to go free. We we don't have anything criminal here but at least it allows houses to save more weakened <unk> very say that he started a kind of parallel business with a with a nissan client where he helps to invest forty million euros of funds coming from this person whether it's criminal or not i think it by international business standards. Many people say that that that shows somewhat questionable schnabel judgments and also decided that he didn't he didn't tell the company maybe create some sort of conflict of interest so i think it allows houses to to paint a picture of his actions in the years the japanese prosecutors and listening to the wall street journal's nick kostov and that's what's news for monday afternoon. I'm charlie turner for the wall street journal.
Novartis now has the most expensive drug ever after getting US approval
"US regulators have approved the most expensive medicine ever, according to correspondent migrants you the most expensive medicine ever has won approval from the US food and Drug administration. Zoll jen's is priced at two point one two five million dollars sold by the Swiss drugmaker Novartis, they'll Jasmine's a one time therapy that treats an inherited condition called spinal muscular atrophy, or the rare disorder destroys a baby's muscle control and kills nearly all patients with the most common type of the disease within a couple of years. Novartis says it will let insure as make payments over five years, and we'll give partial rebates if the treatment
Steelers agree to trade Antonio Brown to Oakland Raiders
"ESPN's Adam Schefter reporting that there is a verbal agreement between the Steelers and raiders with all pro receiver Antonio Brown heading to Oakland with Pittsburgh getting a third and fifth round pick and the NFL draft in return with more on the blockbuster, Adam Schefter. Pittsburgh Steelers have an agreement to trade Antonio Brown to the Oakland Raiders for served in fifth round picks and some people may say well third and fifth round. That's correct third and fifth round. The Pittsburgh Steelers wanted a first round pick. They will get back a third in a fifth round pick. And again, we've got a situation here. Where this is not like your trading a receiver with unparalleled production. And just allowing him to go where he wants to get back with you want. There were a lot of factors involved in this. There were teams that were talking to them. Are there teams that basically struggled to get kind of contract? Antonio Brown want any team that was trading for him was going to have to satisfy the Steelers and was gonna have to satisfy the wide receiver Antonio Brown and show. Antonio Brown gets a new contract from the Oakland Raiders, and he's gonna make a ton of money here. Whereas before he had no guaranteed money in his contract. That is no longer the case. Now, he is going to be getting all sorts of money. Basically he went from seventeen million dollars a year. A new deal nineteen point eight million dollars, which makes him the highest paid water Stephen leak. They basically guaranteed thirty point one two five million dollars in that contract over thirty million guaranteed. No money guaranteed on the contract. So in Tony runs a big winner here. Now the Pittsburgh Steelers a year ago. There foundation was the killer beach Ben Rothlisberger Lebanon belly Antonio Brown been out this burgers the last man standing Levy. I'm Bill you're going to be playing somewhere else you Antonio Brown is going to be playing in Oakland in Las Vegas. But there was a verbal agreement to trade him to Oakland. It's hard to imagine that this wouldn't wouldn't go through Antonio Brown will be a raider about that Adam Schefter on ESPN radio's game nitrates. Can't become official in two until the new NFL league year starts on Wednesday. And we'll have much more of those blockbuster deal of Antonio Brown. We'll hear from ESPN Steelers reporter Jeremy Fowler. Coming up in fifteen minutes. He had told you a Brown broke the news at his social media accounts Postiga photo of himself raiders colors with skull-and-crossbone emojis, a raider nation. Hashtag raiders redoing brands contract will now have a three year deal with Oakland worth fifty point one two five million
Well, this is new: Price cuts on Bay Area homes are surging
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Well, this is new price cuts on bay area homes are surging by Kathleen Pender. They're not exactly doorbuster deals, but bay area home sellers are cutting their asking prices at the highest rating years October is typically a big month for price reductions as sellers try to close deals before the market slows way down between thanksgiving and early February. But the number and percentage of homes with a price cut surge last month to their highest level for the month of October since at least twenty twelve in the bay area and twenty eleven statewide the jump in price cuts, which hit every bay area county is another side that after years of stratospheric increases prices are leveling off and buyers gaining a little more power in what had been a strong sellers market price cuts are a leading indicator because they're reflected immediately said Patrick Carlisle, the chief Mark. Analyst with a compass real estate brokerage although bay area home prices are still going up on a yearly basis home sales median prices and days on the market are considered lagging indicators because it can take a month or longer for deals to close in San Francisco. The number of homes with a price cut in October nearly doubled to two hundred thirty eight from one hundred twenty four last October, according to data from real tour dot com that's nothing compared to Santa Clara county where the number of price cuts rose to eight hundred eighteen last month more than six times last year's number Santa Clara county had been one of the nation's hottest markets this year and the bay area's price appreciation leader until September. Clearly, there's a market shift said rich Bennett, a zephyr agent in San Francisco, he just cut the price on an eighteen hundred thirty two square foot Victorian condo in popular Hayes valley by one hundred thousand dollars. He listed the. Page street home in mid October at just under one point seven million, which was realistic considering it has three bedrooms parking and a laundry porch and is quote, absolutely adorable. He said, but the buyers didn't come in October. We saw more inventory come on the market the economics of the bay area haven't really changed and it said, but if you don't have people beating down your door after two to three weeks, it's time to consider a price change. He has another listing right around the corner, a one bedroom single family home on lily street that he listed two weeks ago at one point one two five million dollars within a week. It had a preemptive author and the sale is now pending single family homes are still a hot commodity in San Francisco. Another condo just down page street from his listing. Also had a one hundred thousand dollar price cut it sold in February for about one point four million and went on the market again at one point. Three nine five million in early October. Now, it's listed at one point two nine five million below its last sales price. That's a good indication of how the market has shifted Bennett said even Palo Alto famous for its multi-million dollar tear downs is seeing price. Reductions Remax realtor. Karen, FANG said she listed a house near Stanford University on a one and a half acre lot with a ton of deferred maintenance for four point one million dollars in mid August since then the average rate on a thirty year fixed rate mortgage has risen from three point five percent who almost four percent the cost of building materials, which the home would need has also gone up after reducing the price to three point five million the Palo Alto property closed October thirtieth for three point eighteen million. Nearly a million dollars less than the original price in San Mateo. Dennis Pantano of Pantano properties. Just sold a house on Texas. Way for one point six million dollars after four price cuts. He listed the nineteen hundred ninety square foot house for about one point seventy five million in mid June. But within ten days the number of listings in San Mateo around that price jumped to nine from two had he listed it in may, it would have had lots of offers. He said it's an illustration that not every house sales at full price or over buyers. Meanwhile, sometimes have to be convinced that a price reduction doesn't mean there's something wrong with the house said Paul kitchen, a compass agent in San Francisco, there are a couple of places that came on the market that were seemingly reasonably priced. He said, but buyers expect to pay ten to fifteen percent over asking we say, let's put in an offer at asking we have to convince them. There's nothing wrong with the property kitchen has a client who offered the asking price on a home that had a price reduction, and it was accepted even though there were contingencies. The buyer was somewhat surprised that they had time to do the diligence. We had encouraged he said oddly, Carlisle said he's seeing price increases on homes that haven't sold until recently egregious underpricing was very common strategy in San Francisco and other parts of the bay area. He said agents would price ten to twenty percent below with the seller would accept hoping to get five ten or twenty offers and drive the price way beyond reason. Now when a home doesn't sell within a few weeks, the agent may increase the price. So as not to put sellers in the uncomfortable, but not illegal position of having to reject a full price offer that was lower than what they would accept.
Nebraska Cornhuskers coach Scott Frost has over $165K in memorabilia stolen
"What's up just fans man it's it's. A pleasure to be signed now very excited, very, special moment let's. Do it jet up that Sam darnold the entered. The building and signing his rookie contract with the New York Jets a four year guaranteed deal worth thirty point two five million dollars it does have a twenty million dollar signing bonus the news not so. Great in Carolina where they lost tackled Williams, over the weekend to a torn MC. L. today he was cornerback Ross Cockrel who had a lower leg injury reported, to be broken leg Garrett. Bowles went down at Denver's. Training camp but it appears to be a, concussion not a ligament. Tear and a tough. Weekend for new Nebraska head football coach Scott frost as his home while being renovated. Was robbed -mongst the items taken championship rings from Nebraska Oregon and central Florida. FOX News Radio lines Steve rappoport doubling down on a government Shutdown President. Trump saying he. Has no problem with it if Democrats don't get on board with border security even some Republicans were cautioning the president over. Shut down a major consideration now. Is how, this, might affect the. Process for supreme court nominee brick Cavanaugh who Republicans. Hope to confirm around the same time as the budget deadline boxes Griff Jenkins no criminal charges for to Minneapolis police officers who fatally shot a black man last month it must be emphasized again the limited. Role the criminal Justice system and prosecutors play, in police conduct the law permits us. To charge police officers criminally in only the most agree cases Hennepin county prosecutor, Mike Freeman says Thurman Blevins. Had a loaded handgun when. He ran from police then took the gun, out of his pocket. And turned, toward the, officers Fox News we.