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"two hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Good morning I am doing wonderful hope you all are well thank you so much for joining us and thank you of course for your service so tell us a little bit about veterans out reach court and what people need to know about this project. sure this is something that came into existence a couple years ago it's a collaboration between the Veterans Affairs state attorney's office public defender's office the clerk of the court and the thirteenth judicial circuit and we had ninety thousand veterans in Hillsborough County and we know as we see them on a daily basis and a lot of legal fees from buying the quad core things along those lines hanging over their head and they haven't been able to resolve those matters for number reason and so we it in that collaboration came together and found a mechanism to go ahead and address the legal issues with the veterans that how do you make sure you're getting the veterans that actually need this help how to veterans register for this. your well and that's the key point first we make sure that they do register because we want to ensure that we're dealing with better so once they register their vehicles in the roles to ensure that these are our veterans that have served once you do that then the state attorney's office and the public defender's office review all the information pertaining to these individuals to find out what type of legal matters are pending so we're not dealing with any kind of major felony but yeah what things along those lines we're talking about misdemeanor warrants we're talking about matters pertaining to a probation and press passes and things along those lines that have generated these legal fees and find somewhere up to thousands of dollars in and a couple instances and we're able to you the way those or eliminate them completely. and tell us all where this is going to be taking place this is at the veterans hospital right. yeah correct it's going to be at the James Bay Haley veterans hospital the primary care and not the main one on Bruce B. downs but at the primary care annex which is that thirteen five one five lake terrace lane and that's in Tampa Florida three three six three seven how much success have you had with this program in the past. read it but that's we have seen many veteran come back and share their stories of that they have explained to us that because of going through this process and having many of these find in these court costs in the legal fees waived or sometimes I put my payment plans if they have employment and they're able to take care of it the the the veterans have come back and said now I'm legal now I could go head up in a driver's license I don't have to drive around with a suspended or revoked license I'm able to apply for some the housing programs that are out there for veterans in addition I'm also able to now the legitimate employment opportunity. we're talking to judge Darryl manning about veterans out reach court you can find out more hill's clerk dot com where did the idea for this program come from. I'll tell you as a couple years ago I sit down with the the chief judge Ron Kuroda again we have so many veterans that actually we have the largest veterans population here in the state and we have seen other locations dealing with the veteran issues and kinda wondered why we don't deal with those issues and into the the minor matters that veterans some of them deployed went to war in Afghanistan and Iraq some of them from the Vietnam era I just had the minor legal matters pending and the kind of just pestering them and not enabling them to kind of move forward in society we're talking about anywhere from a hundred a hundred and fifty dollars to thousands of dollars that if we gave them some relief they wouldn't be able to go ahead and re engage in society and so with that exam went ahead and set up the outreach court and it was a success from day one we had a number of veterans come through and then it just keeps growing over the years what's really great work that you're doing and we thank you for a judge Darryl manning with veterans out reach court and again you can find out more at hills clerk dot com judge thank you so much for the time. thank you all have a good day in a weekend and just kind of following up on on the veterans issue for a second there was something that I saw on its with this out the other day because just the numbers are mind blowing and so tragic. more veterans have died by suicide since two thousand eight then US troops killed during the Vietnam War. awful the V. a report that was released a week ago revealed that sixty thousand veterans committed suicide over the past decade it's really awful it really is so again there there are a number different great organizations around the Tampa Bay area that help veterans and really we encourage you to to find those organizations and help out in any way they can whether it's time whether it's donations whatever because it's a serious problem and it's just it's unconscionable that's happening in this country coming up next more A. M. Tampa Bay right now Sean Hannity three. god had a morning meeting just here to tell the truth brought to you by the moss family automotive. morning express starts right here. morning. why did they think they know better than we know. what is it about Democrats that are so arrogant that they think that they have a right to provide every single solitary you know things from the moment we're born to the moment where die which we all know is unsustainable does Medicare for all with you you have no escape patch. estimates anywhere between thirty six trillion over ten years to more that's two hundred sixty thousand dollars per household in the US then you look for the green new deal that's ninety four trillion dollars per household in the United States how will we ever gonna pay for this ninety four trillion six hundred thousand per household. Hey Sean Hannity show from coast to coast later today you know there are more than thirty four million American smokers I bet that finding a satisfying alternative to cigarettes is at the top of your list of you're a smoker look I've been there before but after many years of smoking I finally made the switch to jul as no more worrying about the way my clothes smell worrying about what people are gonna say what you'll everything is so.
"two hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on KTOK
"Been given out these numbers on a regular basis and I don't think America can afford any of the socialism that they the Democrats are peddling on a daily basis as a matter of fact it would pretty much guarantee that we will bankrupt the economy not just to the U. S. probably send the the economy in the world into a into a worldwide depression not recession that's how dumb and that's how bad all of that would be but that's what the Democrats Pratt's one to take things again no choice some private insurance none whatsoever why not. why can't we have a choice why did they think they know better than we know what is it about Democrats are so arrogant that they think that they have a right to provide every single solitary you know thing from the moment we're born to the moment where die which we all know is unsustainable does Medicare for all with you you have no escape hatch. estimates anywhere between thirty six trillion over ten years to more that's two hundred sixty thousand dollars per household in the U. S. then you look for the green new deal that's ninety four trillion dollars per household in the United States how are we ever going to pay for this ninety four trillion six hundred thousand per household right so none of none of what she's offering here is sustainable in any way but they dig in and they act like they're right and if you don't support them then you must hate poor people then of course is going to be tax the rich we got the green new deal Medicare for all no escape patch no private plans I guess they will become illegal. you were everything's going to be guaranteed we're gonna have child care paid for pre K. paid for income inequality wealth tax okay top marginal rate seventy percent top marginal cooperate ninety percent nobody's gonna stay in this country they're gonna take their money and get the hell out of here. and then we have child care of then we have pre care that we have health care that we have retirement cheapens is talking about housing for free okay how do you sustain any of what these Democrats are offering. why can't we have private insurance for all thought I thought I thought Democrats are pro choice. apparently not he cosponsored Medicare for all legislation that would eliminate private insurance she previously it didn't clarify whether she supported abolishing it but she did there she has on many other occasions she supports requiring every American to have health insurance is requiring you know climate change over three trillion dollars three trillion dollars member that also gets rid of oil and gas hi what happens then. all right eight hundred nine four one Shawn is going to be a part of the program you know one of the things that I will admit that I think can services of lost and that is the educational system does not they get him our kids from pre K. now we're gonna indoctrinate them in public schools and by the time they get out of college they're good little socialists but liberty in learning you know what a healthy democracy these are two things that are mutually supportive in America today the bond is broken that's where our friends at Hillsdale college come and they want to repair the breach and by the way they've launch the. van del graduate school of government in the nation's capital sorry van Andel and I got a taste of this is a great idea because unlike other graduate programs Hillsdale teaches politics as a human activity or oriented towards justice and choices guided in the best case by principles what made in an ever changing circumstances that require the wisdom to achieve the best attainable results and rejecting the idea that we have nothing to learn from the past no hills dales curriculum combines the careful reading of primary sources and serious historical inquiry wire at more schools like the students learn how to apply the principles of free government and advance the cause of constitutionalism liberty and freedom in the context of these ever changing circumstances anyway they're brand new van. in the old school of our graduate now is set up like a program unlike any other in the country and they educate thoughtful students so that they might perpetuate liberty just go to the C. dot hills they'll dot EDU that's T. C. dot hills they'll dot E. D. U. they're doing education right..
"two hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"To have to come up with something with the voice thing when we have to somehow get advantage out of the that makes me nervous state you're going to meet me in a certain way you should one of those yeah it is this that is don't have anything an hour ago I've heard that going there's a reason you aren't all that exactly right man so year get rate hit the road do you and Anthony doing on the financial piece lives and then you and I are gonna be doing one in Charleston in November and that was almost sold out already with our friends she go to churches were will be I'm looking forward to going back to Charleston it's a wonderful town the unit that I got three before that and I'm excited about it Dave we're gonna be in Austin Texas on September the twelfth that's going to be the first one that's coming up and then after that we're going to go to Tacoma Washington on October second and then I'm going to end up in the desert Phoenix Arizona on October tenth and I just want to encourage everyone out there if you have not come to one of our live events you're missing out this is not a boring financial conference we are not dry we tell stories we have fun we tell ourselves about the mistakes that we've made but more importantly how to help you grow for work so if you haven't come out and see us if you have come on back out this is we add didn't tweak things of this of that each and every year no financial please live basically we are going to the baby step yes but you're in it becomes a pep rally for those of you that have been doing this for awhile or you're trying to convert someone you're trying to get your reluctance by also you're crazy brother you could you parents who were just trying to get him on board and you get him out of this of and it doesn't cost much at all it's typically like a Thursday night or Tuesday on something like this was a weeknight and take up but much of your weekend that kind of thing and it's it's a packed full night you're gonna laugh you're gonna cry but Anthony and and Chris Wilder those first three Chris and I will do the last one there in Charleston South Carolina November the twentieth tickets are on sale at Dave Ramsey dot com but I mean you're going to hear some jokes you've heard before you're gonna hear some of that stuff if you've been following this long time but it's it's you know if you go to a I'm with the eagles concert already know all the words I didn't go to hear new words and I went to a legal thing right you know and so you know that it's the same thing in that sense it's a pep rally a gathering of the tribe in Aurora you come other pumped up ready to go again even if you already knew the answers to fill in the blanks for you got there that's exactly right and people ask me Dave okay what is the age for this event I'm here to tell you that matter you eighteen to eighty come out it's for people that are wanting to do better and go faster with their money and date the last one that you and I did there were three generations there there was the grand the daughter and they brought their seventeen year old son and it was fantastic to see the three of them they were at the backstage experience of opportunity where you can come and ask us questions and do things but it's just it it it gets me excited to hit the road fun stuff here we go game on again we have the summer off in about to kick into gear Labor Day Hitchin its it's fall seasons here for us so good stuff art ship the phones Brad is with us in New York read your question for Christian me sorry hi guys doing good how can we help how do you stay motivated I'm I'm I work two jobs I got the time job working for utility company and I have a side business I do heating and air conditioning and I'm never home in three and a half years we pay it off two hundred sixty thousand dollars or probably more in that yeah I've got two vehicles lab and Monday.
"two hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Credit card accounts the theft was discovered when an employee at a Sarasota mall reported suspicious activity Sarasota chief deputy Kurt Hoffmann Garcia in a crucially important position as a state employee took advantage of the system took advantage of the taxpayers and took advantage of people in need including both adults and children investigators believe the ring was responsible for fraudulent transactions across the state worth an estimated two hundred sixty thousand dollars and this will give you a creepy crawly a new study shows that roaches are evolving to the point where they will be indestructible and impossible to kill six oh three on newsradio WFLA this is a Bloomberg market minute stocks managed modest advances thanks to some late session buying the key averages had games ranging from two tenths two three tenths percent the Dow Jones industrials rose sixty nine points to twenty six thousand seven eighty six the nasdaq closed eighteen points higher the S. and P. five hundred added nine points and closed at a record high Steve here Verona federated global investments tells Bloomberg the upside potential for stocks may be limited for the rest of the year but that does not mean the cycle is over when you look at the data whether its claims record PC or where the fed is in terms of being on the verge of easing but this is a cycle that can continue the pace of home price appreciation picked up in may CoreLogic reports prices were up three point six percent from may of last year and up nine tenths percent from April crude oil futures fell nearly five percent to fifty six dollars and twenty five cents a barrel in New York Jeff Ballenger Bloomberg radio.
"two hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Fled. California was arrested in Arizona, and accused of quote fleeing California charges of the do -ciary elder abuse guys stop. Gotta talked to start. Guitar. The charges include in California theft, embezzlement forgery and fraud against an elder, and false imprisonment of an elder. It is horrifying to hear the story of anyone and certainly a man is beloved by so many millions as Stanley touch me. Again, then don't take my stuff. Prosecutors say that Morgan took more than two hundred sixty thousand dollars that Stanley earned from signing autographs and Morgan is now accused of quote taking advantage of lease impaired hearing vision and judgment as well as movingly to a new location and blocking family members from having access to him. We need to recognize that as our family members are aging, their abilities may be declining. And although mom, and dad may have been full of vigor and totally in control of their lives and masterfully successful in their businesses and earned income activities. Frailty can often occur as people reach their eighties, and nineties, as apparently was the said unfortunate case of Stanley, and so we have to recognize the importance of looking out for our elders or as it was.
"two hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on 600 WREC
"In California theft, embezzlement forgery and fraud against an elder, and false imprisonment of an elder. It is horrifying to hear the story of anyone and certainly a man is beloved by somebody millions as Stanley do not touch me. Again. Then don't take prosecutors say that Morgan took more than two hundred sixty thousand dollars that Stanley earned from signing autographs and Morgan is now accused of quote taking advantage of lease impaired hearing vision and judgment as well as movingly to a new location and blocking family members from having access to him. We need to recognize that as our family members are aging, their abilities may be declining. And although mom, and dad may have been full of vigor and totally in control of their lives and masterfully successful in their businesses and. Earned income activities. Frailty can often occur as people reach their eighties, and nineties, as apparently was the said unfortunate case of Stanley, and so we have to recognize the importance of looking out for our elders or as it was once said..
"two hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"California theft, embezzlement forgery and fraud against an elder, and false imprisonment of an elder. It is horrifying to hear the story of anyone and certainly a man is beloved by so many millions as Stanley do not touch me again, then don't take my stop prosecutors say that Morgan took more than two hundred sixty thousand dollars that Stanley earned from signing autographs and Morgan is now accused of quote, taking advantage of lease impaired hearing vision and judgment as well as movingly to a new location and blocking family members from having access to him. We need to recognize that as our family members are aging, their abilities may be declining. And although mom, and dad may have been full of vigor and totally in control of their lives and masterfully successful in their businesses and earned income activities. Frailty can often occur as people reach their eighty s and ninety s as apparently was the said unfortunate case of Stanley, and so we have to recognize the importance of looking out for our elders or as it was once said..
"two hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And park place. There is a crash of stop and traffic going to be pretty slow and go for you. According to the cams and good luck to you, turn on your headlights. Why don't you? If I news weather forecast showers ending early tonight thirty nine year, low fifty two cloudy tomorrow, clear skies thirty four tomorrow right now, forty eight and cloudy. Everyone Laurie and Julia here for first equity mortgage, and one of the things that we always do love about David is that he's generous with his radio time for a philanthropic events and status, and he's very passionate about dining out for life, which is Priscilla -tated by the aliveness project. This year the date is Thursday, April twenty fifth. The goal is to raise two hundred sixty thousand dollars for people in Minnesota living with HIV their hundred forty eight restaurants that per -ticipant eating unless you're forty thousand diners help threes. Two three dollars. Percentage of the sales from all the restaurants. Their sales from that night. The restaurants are very very generous. And so David we're going to Jones in the park on April twenty fifth call to make your reservations there is five one six nine zero three two nine seven, and there's so many great restaurants. Participating just go dining out for life dot com. Backslash? Look around your home..
"two hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on PRI's The World
"I'm Carol hills on this International Women's Day, the players on the US women's national soccer team are suing for equal pay something they've never received despite being world champions. The women have been earning less than the men's national team for years now at this point. And yet the women have been way more successful than the men's national team. Also today, some Muslim women in London push for their right to recite the Koran in public and they're drawing inspiration from the holy book itself to me in the Koran is full of stories of very strong women who leading their lives and have Haege amounts of agency those stories and more ahead on the world. It's International Women's Day. A good day. I guess to file suit for equal pay as what the players on the US women's national soccer team have done filing gender discrimination suit today against the US soccer federation as they prepare for their World Cup summer. Caitlyn Murray is following this closely. She's the author of the upcoming the national team the inside story of the women who changed soccer. The women have been earning less than the men's national team for years now at this point. And yet the women have been way more successful than the men's national team. I mean, the men do not even qualify for the World Cup in two thousand eighteen in the women are the reigning World Cup champions. When it comes down to the numbers. The men are earning far more than the women like how much is far more. Wh what's what are the actual numbers? The men had the ability to earn abou- two hundred sixty thousand dollars over the course of twenty game schedule, the whim. Can only could have earned a maximum of about one hundred thousand dollars and then they're player per player. You soccer's argument is that there are reasons for incentives to pay the men more the US men's national team is a pretty mid tier team in world soccer, whereas the women's national team has been ranked number one ten out of the last eleven years kaylin, I know there's more to the lawsuit than just pay disparity when else is it about. There are other conditions that I think are much harder for US soccer to defend for instance, in two thousand seventeen the men's national team had seventeen chartered flights that US soccer paid for according to the lawsuit. The women had zero chartered flights and charter flights are big advantage. Because you don't have to.
"two hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on Marketing Secrets
"On his webinar. Did the same thing with the JV partner who did lift letter and warmed him up two hundred sixty thousand dollars in sales. That's the difference. Right. So there's so many good things from from directness emails the same thing. So the second phase in this for you guys. Is you need to go sit down, and who are the e-mailers in my business because people who read emails people open click on emails if people will open click on emails. Okay. We're find knows an ability one hundred list, and then I'm going to do one or two things to work by Wayne, by my way, in but work my way, it means. I'm trying to do dream one hundred. I'm getting into Perot myself as a Phillies, they say, no, or whatever I see if I can buy my way cabinet go and see if I can buy an ad in there or if I can pay them up. This weekend. My secret luminosity meeting. I was hanging out with the guy that owns the tapping point solution. And he has no I probably should tell the members of luminosity might get killed. Alex, Nick, ordinary has no them at all say, we're talking point solution, which is really cool. This really cool thing. But they do when they do a dream one hundred stuff they have like their entire businesses based on the Phillies parolee their stuff, but they don't pay commissions at all what they do is they pay fillets like a buck fifty for every single click. They'd get no matter matter what. Right. And so they're able to go to Phillips and they're not necessarily working split the money. Fifty fifty. It's like Kay. How many clicks you said? And I'll give you this much per click. He is in the right church. And that's how they are buying their way into every single one of the one hundred list case, there's different ways to structure as you start learning about this, Ken. All right. The reason why I'm kind of showing this in detail needs platform is because one of the biggest and the way I understand is what the concepts of the same for all of these. Right. It's picking the platform building. My channel dune dream one hundred working my way, and buying my went to grow my platform K, and it's going to be similar on every single one of these new understand that this will make sure businesslike bulletproof because someday Facebook's can get squashed or Email might get banned. Right. Ida bunch of friends. A ton of money back when facts blocks were real, and they can just like you could read a fax list, you could cute up, and you'd have your cells that are printing on like thirty five thousand people stuff that night. And then the FTC are FDA would ever after you see then came in and made fact blasting illegal, and that dried up Email could be legal tomorrow. We have no idea write blogs kid like who knows these could be shut down. But if you ever seen these concepts, it it doesn't matter. Right as new platforms. Come out the understand like, hey, I want to go big in Twitter, Twitter, Pinterest, whatever it is the same process. Same concept. Just same Ken. She builds your channel find the gym one hundred work my way, in by my way, boom..
President, WSB and Jamie Dupree discussed on Atlanta's Morning News
"Crime within son just told me to. Follow me because he. Can't she got, his tag number but he ultimately returned to the scene. Police determine he is not at fault the reward to find a missing university of Iowa, student balloons to two hundred sixty thousand dollars relatives of. Twenty year old Molly Tibbets believe she may have been kidnapped we told you about a reported sighting last week in Minnesota but that may be a false, lead she's been missing since going out for a jog July eighteenth small plane crashes into a parking lot outside Staples in Santa Ana California there was no injuries, on the, ground is a miracle on itself Orange County Fire captain Tony bomber says all five people. In the twin engine Cessna were killed the pilot declared an emergency before the plane went down. A mile from, John Wayne airport PC empties with congress. And the, president out of town Free two point oh while the Senate is off this week and the house is. Gone until after Labor Day the president will be at. His New Jersey golf club the rest of the week for his. Own summer getaway break the, only thing on Mr. Trump's officials scheduled today is at dinner with supporters that means the best chance for the president to make news will most likely be on Twitter and WSB's Jamie Dupree points out. He's already got a head start their read. More on Jaime's blog at wsbradio.com WSB news time seven eighteen, the only five-day.
"two hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE
"The best part is frigging free and it's there's there's nothing just literally i'll send it to you like just texted humility whatever just go there and watch the video and just tell me it's not helpful love it wash bill video dot com so ryan we're back and as we as we mentioned before the break we both are results guys that's how we got to iraq today and i really wanna talk about some results that your students specifically are getting so let's start off with somebody who's just getting started you have any examples that people getting results in that area totally and one of the cool things that's part of the the free workshops that we do once or twice a year is if you're the type of person that likes to see examples like it's we're we're talking about this out of theoretical level and you might kinda get the concepts that we're talking about but it's really helpful to see actual real businesses want to think that you're gonna love about the workshop is you're going to actually see and hear from actual students and what they're doing how they're applying the asp method in their business so a few examples here so i'll give you an example like alexis alexis is someone who came across the method when she was literally just getting started in her business and she sells to artists one of the most difficult markets to sell to because we all know the the old adage of you know the starving artist artists are historically a market that doesn't have a whole lot of disposable income to invest in themselves and so she sells to artists and helps them grow their business online she used the ass method identified the pain points in the market that she wanted to address and with that research launched a business that went from zero to six figures in her first nine months so she went from zero to over one hundred thousand dollars a year in her first nine months and she literally just finished in ask method launch for new product that she launched i'm she generated over two hundred sixty thousand dollars she was amazing what what i love most about alexis of story is she just got her first six figure artists client so one of the clients her customers at invested in her program herself went from zero to six baker so not only she getting results but her customers are also getting results and this is in within the span of just a little over a year so if you're just getting started i just wanted to show the power of of if you if you got some hustle and you're ready to work how quickly you can potentially see results so it's the first example another example is a one of the stories i love the most is jamal story jamal so cool jamal story jamal and his wife natasha they are in a very faithbased space and they help a couples they they help singles fine the one find their soulmate and it's very faithbased market or audience that they serve it's all through prayer in through god and jamala someone who is a a ministry kid growing up he's really is really plays a really big role in his church and he started a business the business completely failed and he was forced to go back to work and get a job making seventeen dollars an hour like he just basically ran out of money he had to get a job get a new baby on the way you know he's the breadwinner in his family had to get a jogging seventeen dollars an hour and literally while his wife was in the delivery room with their second child it's it's when the masterclass opens last year he made the decision to invest in the masterclass he was like people said he was crazy long story short he went for making seventeen dollars an hour to earning over six hundred thousand dollars in his first year in business in his first week after graduating the masterclass generated.
"two hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"It was a there was a case i remember longtime ago in and everyone likes to bring up these kinds of cases to somebody was trying to burglarize home and in order to get through their window they had to use a ladder that was the homes ladder that home that home had a broken ladder and he fell off the ladder and then sued the family and i think he won yeah because there are certain laws like you know you're while you're on my property i'm responsible for this that and the necks even though i am trespassing but i guess you got to say something like you're trespassing like a cop has to identify as a cop by the way every now i just want as much as we re tweeted that concept per se i wanna re tweet like cops are i sure allowed to lie to you they will lie to you i got arrested the whole time they were telling me no you're not arrested i'm like why you hang up just procedure all the way the gut fingerprinted you're not arrested i got i got my mugshot taking why are you take my mugshot this is just your rights no nobody cares about that i went into court they're like get the fuck out of our face we don't care about you a nineteen year old was attempting to steal a skylight this is different story from a local high school gym and that a falling through a skylight how do you steal a skylight scarlet like an open window that's just yes essentially just a windows just glass and getting severely injured in the process the burger sued the school for damages claiming they responsible for the injuries the nineteen year old was awarded damages setting off a wave of criticism bubble ball a burglar fell through a skylight sued the owner of the skylight four it's injuries so that could have been bad writing maybe you know maybe not trustee skylight sued the owner of the skylight for his injuries he sued for eight million dollars and settled for the the sum of two hundred sixty thousand dollars plus twelve hundred dollars a month for life about the equivalent of a million dollars i don't know how that that goes on you know i think the only it's a technicality must be like.
"two hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"Packed that she has and she knows how to wear i mean it sounds kind of wrong but she knows how to wear clothes i mean she looks very stylish fabulous sees a beautiful woman and she wears them well and carries herself well she's a good mom no and i think i think that she's bringing again not being critical kate middleton but he qassim mother well no no middleton was not an actress can't you know she was just a quote normal person so you know she looks very stylish and close but you're you're dealing with someone now and meghan markle who is used to being in the public eye and i think that's the difference estimate of four thousand guests seventeen thousand glasses of champagne and wine twentyeight thousand canapes an eight tier banana cake i i'm intrigued by the banana case very odd yeah okay i think the ib surprise of somali so little champagne because they well the drinks are estimated to cost about two hundred sixty thousand dollars yes yeah will will there be souvenirs of course that will oh one hundred and i think that's part of a billion house yeah that's part of the billion pounds we'll have the plates you'll have the cops you'll have the hats you'll have whatever behind the bespoke silver plated fanfare trumpets as well as a drone destroyer for security well i wanna i wanna talk about the royal wedding and whether there's anything comparable in the us or whether this is its own base when it comes to its effect on the fashion world.
"two hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on Mixergy
"On that story is it didn't do that first of all i received fire firing my council was a really important first step on that and i know that sounds funny and eat all of this stuff happens and when you're talking to a can i swear on this for now they are so when you're talking to a bull sugar in out and somewhat you've been working worth for the better part of 18 years you feel loyal to the person you feel like you bear like you'd you just don't know that person who evidently that person is so for the better part of a year i stuck with him as my attorney because of all of the things that i was being told by him and firing him honestly needed to happen a lot sooner but when i finally did that i think that showed them that were not in cohoots together that this is not my guy like there's something going on here so that was the first step and then my new council and i were able to negotiate a settlement with them and it didn't do is the attorney the other that the plaintiff there there was no benefit to them to drag this out they needed to gain control the real estate so they could dispose of the real estate and so long as this hung out over their heads they couldn't do that and so yes they were getting this you know money piled up against me but a worst case i file for b k and it goes away anyway right so i'm i did everything in my power not to file for bk and dna and i'm happy to share that we ended up paying about two hundred sixty thousand dollars to settle that out and the judgment was dismissed.
"two hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"In some cases is that these unfinished receivers don't have to be registered and there's no background check to buy them whereas if you bought a finished receiver one that had been milled 'red machine it would be considered a firearm need you have to go through a background check so in this way you can purchase all the parts for a gun put it together and have a gun without a background check and do we have a sense of how much these weapons are selling four on the black market and how much it costs to make them yes so that's a really interesting aspect of the story is how much are these underground gun traffickers making an what makes it worth it for them is that you can sell these guns with no serial numbers at a premium because they're quote unquote clean you know criminal could use them it won't be traced back to anyone and so they're very much in demand according to atf agents so what they tell us as you could buy all the parts for an air fifteen style i feel for about seven hundred bucks put in a few hours of sweat equity added machine shop and sell it on the street between a thousand in two thousand dollars they've caught a couple of guys out here who sold a ton of these kind of guns for instance they caught one guy from a a city called l rove out ear and he pleaded guilty last year admitting to selling ninety two ar fifteen style rifles five handguns 88 silencers all of these without serial numbers most of them homemade in some way or another for over two hundred sixty thousand dollars over a sixmonth period and 2015 i mean obviously had to split the money with summit as coconspirators and that's a that's a pretty good hall one guy that we wrote about in the story was worked at a machine shop in los angeles and he had pretty good skills in so what he did according to his plea agreement was he uh put together five of these untraceable air.
"two hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on Before the Millions
"And it i mean it but it it helped me safe for my first rental pretty quickly out of out of college why did you feel like you need it to do that line so let's go back before that before even even been convey you need it to save for your first run warming why why even get a rental what what was you know also attractive about well was never a rental is always just young go get a job you'll get a home it was at primary residence because again is at that that dogma were all grown up with of owning your own primary residence be so you can quote unquote get on the escalator of wealth building because innovate they tell us that rent is is just throwing my away which i completely disagree with tickets in mount by your on primary residence it it not only like takes out a huge chunk of change in us for us some light on the west coast i mean you're gonna have to put like eighty two hundred sixty thousand dollars down and you could have bought like you know fibres seven turnkey rentals at that with that cash and you know flick a young couple that just totally like torpedoes your financial flow because you know you go outing by that a calm night just how this three thousand dollars mortgage in sometimes even four thousand dollar mortgage right off the bat and for like a young couple that totally squeezie for the rest of your life so you're advocate for for renting at least because of where you're were we're located sounds like mortgage payments would be three four thousand dollars you're down eighty thousand so you know you're you're basically so i am at that money can buy you quite a few investment property so it's better it's kinda go that rao been to buy your primary home right right i mean it it it is such a debilitating this mistake to do something like that in an and now you're just you're going to be having to pay that that payment for the rest of your life for thirty years and in edges seems like.
"two hundred sixty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Paying off there fifty or sixty or hundred and sixty thousand dollars or two hundred sixty thousand dollars a student loan debt they call here every week doing their debtfree screams you hear them right the let's just for a second stop this i just had a thought student loans are out of control student loans are destroying an entire generation of kids that's what a lot of people really really believe i don't completely believe it but i believe that to a degree young and gets a horrible mess would you you got all say it's a horrible mess and you can blame the idiot children for signing up for hundred thousand dollars in debt and you can blame their idiot parents for telling them that's the only way to do it the idiot culture for telling them that no matter what you pay for an education it's worth it you can blame the colleges and universities for charging too much for the education cost of education is gone through the roth now well as the supplydemand curves thing if you had an education economic you'd understand that if you have a tremendous amount of dollars chasing something than guess what they will raise the price on you and so the student loans have availability of pretty much caused than one of the major causes of the increase in education cost because there's a lot of people going to college no matter what the price.