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"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:20 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"We're back with me so far so easy author mark or see it around why it failed and how it might succeed they end up where I wanted to start here is because I found this very interesting this framework that you've devised about how an autocratic regimes to get to a path to democracy can go reform or revolution and the U. site so South Korea is succeeding in that in the Philippines and those who are going into the future failing on that's all talk a little bit about that but just give people perspective I guess when the of the initial revolution came in seventy nine the standard of living in the Iran and South Korea was about equal this is nineteen eighty and by two thousand and nine when this screen movement started the standard of living in Iran was one third the level of South Korea so let's talk about your reformer revolution sort of paradigm when I started writing this fall I realize that neither of political sociologist nor political scientists have developed a theoretical model the perspective that would tell us about under what conditions for returning regimes could become democratic through political reform under what conditions of fourteen regimes have to go through a revolutionary struggles to become democratic so there was no model and stuff I divide that the countries of that was found in South Korea Indonesia here on the Philippines I've also started Nicaragua on each shift to some extent and developed by ten variables that examine under what conditions the country from the comp democratic through reform under what condition there has to be a revolution South Korea was a country that's economically became very successful overall or a similar in nineteen seventy nine nineteen eighty seven on the level of development South Korea actually industrialized very rapidly and develop economically and by in nineteen. eighty seven south Korean was actually a democratic country although the military won the elections a few years after that finally the ministry was pushed aside and through the pharmacy it was in the violent overthrow of the Gulf in Indonesia that did not happen Indonesian economic development was not as successful as South Korea they were still dependent on and income inequality was very extensive much more than South Korea and in nineteen eighty eight for the health of students on the poor are I'm sorry I'm in nineteen nineteen ninety eight the government of Indonesia president Suharto was finally over the phone after thirty five years. the question was that what we hear on could go and given the fact that Iran's economic development has been very very successful very failed example of economic development in the Middle East I mean and actually the whole world Iran's per capita GDP in nineteen seventy six. to about thirteen thousand. three hundred dollars two thousand five dollars by two thousand nine dollars per capita GDP had declined to about nine thousand four hundred thirty years of decline for these people so economic income inequality is the G. Nicole fissions shows by that time the Gini coefficient which measures inequality declined Elizabeth at the junior corporation is really doesn't show the real face of any quality in Iran what happens after the revolution. once the clerics power they were able to seize assets comically sources of the monarchy the monarch's family the royal family the entire upper echelon of the capitalist class many of whom fled the country some were executed many of them fled the country the clergy soon all of them and put into the foundations to support the poor the most as a fan but everybody need on is now quarter of the clergy is a wealthy category along with the revolutionary guard so unical Fishman doesn't show that inequality increased because that portion of the wealth that was owned by the wealthy people the royal family and the rest of the their associates more than one thousand families or all expropriated and do not go into the equation when they measure income inequality so that's the crux of the matter and it shows that the more he called distribution of income but also doesn't show any quality and Ralph. in the early nineteen nineties there was a survey in Iran that showed that seventy seven percent of the Iranians claimed intense anger about the distribution of wealth and income so based on that comparison far south Korean and then it just from the distribution of wealth and income and success or failure of economic development I'm planning on doing that here on the stones economic development resembles more like Indonesia rather than South Korea and failed economic development refused to support for the government to support for reform because people have lost everything reform is not going to solve their problems the whole system has changed fundamentally and the fundamental change in parts revealed itself. in the demands of the protesters during the Korean War. and why didn't the green movement ultimately succeed. excellent question. very complicated the problem with the green movement was that the first problem was that leaders of the green movement on former prime minister in the house and was having a claim he had won the elections. his his associates and colleagues they wanted to work through the system is more people give them on to overthrow the system at the beginning of the protest he called the Islamic Republic as a secret system instead of the number of times that me I'm not in favor of calling for the overthrow of the regime itself. was that last majority of those who were involved in the green room on the week after the moon and the stars they were calling for death to dictate so they were calling for independence freedom and Iran in the public as opposed to Islamic Republic and they were calling a lot of radical slogans they were shouting very radical slogans and one day I remember it was a quote you know the Jerusalem okay that now the speakers or shouting slogans and people are supposed to follow them so the loudspeakers has death to America and the protesters wore green movement participated in that Hey in favor of Jerusalem they weren't shouting death to America they said after Russia then the loudspeaker says Catherine Israel so this post and Beth Israel and this is the truth from the hot day and they were saying death to China because they view rush on China's close allies of the Islamic Republic and they do not problems with the United States or Israel and so I kept listening folders utopia force one after another they kept coming and. there was. almost nothing that you could hear after the fall now this because there's been no voice that says death to America or death to Israel this was very shocking so the extent of division between the people on the regime is. amazing shocking they have moved so far away from each other and so the first problem was that. the leaders of the movement and I want to go far the movement participants in the streets one on the golf much farther and being done with the Islamic Republic and there's so that was the first problem that they did not succeed. the second problem. was the fact that opposition isn't ready prepare themselves for the repression of what's coming and the repressions Islamic Republic has been very skillful as arresting people thousands of people arrested in the. as the green movement structure and they weren't prepared to hide them or protect from their members and their supporters in schools and but the other the bigger problem has to do with the fact that to overthrow the regime or government you need to have a very broad broad coalition yeah that's what I told him why Isola Khomeini kept making all the promises prior to the revolution making sure that every segment of the population would side with him and with participate in the revolutionary struggles to overthrow the shop. that broad coalition did not emerge and in the two thousand nine green will not. opposition fans to bring and the merchant class. that have played an important role in the revolutionary struggles. and but also the working class the individual merchants on individual workers participated in the revolution of the struggles but they did not participate that's classes from collectivities. that's why in part they were the crest on the final reason that that they failed was the fact that this movement was very large yeah I'm like three million people on June fifteenth two thousand nine content on city came out in protest if you take a look and compare the three million with the nineteen seventy nine revolution when population of course was a smaller in Tehran but it took about one year into Ron have a one million population coming and joining the process one million took about one year to join the.

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"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:59 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"We're back with me so far CZ author mark or see it around why it failed and how it might succeed they end up where I wanted to start here is because I found this very interesting this framework that you devised about Howard autocratic regimes to get to a path to democracy can go reform or revolution and the U. site so South Korea is succeeding in that in the Philippines and US war torn Indonesia failing on that's all talk a little bit about that but just give people perspective I guess when the of the initial revolution came in seventy nine the standard of living in Iran and South Korea was about equal this is nineteen eighty and by two thousand and nine when the screen movement started the standard of living in Iran was one third the level of South Korea so let's talk about your reformer revolution the sort of paradigm when I started writing this fall I realize that neither of political sociologist nor political scientists have developed a theoretical model the perspective that would tell us about under what conditions for returning regimes could become democratic for political reform under what conditions of fourteen regions have to go through a revolutionary struggles to become democratic so there was no model and stuff I divide that the countries of that was standing South Korea Indonesia here on the Philippines I've also started Nicaragua on each shift to some extent and developed by ten variables that examine under what conditions the country from the comp through reform under what condition there has to be a revolution South Korea was a country that economic and very successful overall or a similar in nineteen seventy nine nineteen eighty seven a level of development South Korea actually industrialized very rapidly and develop economically and by in nineteen eighty seven south Korean was actually a Democrat. country although the military won the elections a few years after that and finally the ministry was pushed aside and through the pharmacy it was in the violent overthrow of the Gulf in Indonesia that did not happen Indonesian economic development was not as successful as South Korea they were still dependent on and income inequality was very extensive much more than South Korea in nineteen eighty eight for the health of students on the poor I'm sorry I'm in nineteen nineteen ninety eight the government of Indonesia president Suharto was finally over the phone after thirty five years. the question was that what three Ron could go and given the fact that Iran's economic development has been very very successful very failed example of economic development. in the Middle East and and actually the whole world Iran's per capita GDP in nineteen seventy six. to about thirteen thousand. three hundred dollars two thousand five dollars by two thousand nine dollars per capita GDP had declined to about nine thousand four hundred so that's thirty years decline for these people so economic income inequality is the genie crawfish and shows that by that time the Gini coefficient which measures inequality declined Elizabeth at the junior corporation is really doesn't show the real face of any qualifying it on what happened after the revolution. once the clerics power they were very close to seize assets comically sources of the monarchy the monarch's family the royal family the entire upper echelon of the capitalist class many of whom fled the country some were executed many of them fled the country the clothes you see is all of them and put into the foundations to support the poor the most as a fan but everybody in Iran is now Porter the clergy is a wealthy category along with the revolutionary guard so any coal Fishman doesn't show that inequality increased because that portion of the wealth that was owned by the wealthy people the royal family and the rest of the their associates more than one thousand families or all expropriated and do not go into the equation when they measure income inequality so that's the crux of the matter and it shows that might be more equal distribution of income but also doesn't show inequality in wealth. but in the early nineteen nineties I was a server in Iran that showed seventy seven percent of the Iranians claimed intense anger about distribution of wealth and income so based on that comparison far south Korean and then it just on the distribution of wealth and income and success or failure economic development I'm claiming arguing that Iran stones. to follow up on those numbers in more like Indonesia rather than South Korea and failed economic development refused to support for the government to support for a farm because people have lost everything reform is not going to solve their problems the whole system has to change fundamentally and the fundamental change in parts revealed itself. in the demands of the protesters during the Korean War. and it why didn't the green movement ultimately succeed. excellent question. very complicated. problem with the green movement was that the first problem was that. users of the criminal mind former prime minister in the house and most of the claimed he had won the elections. his stuff is a scholarship sound colleagues they wanted to work through the system is more people give them on to overthrow the system of the beginning of the process he called the Islamic Republic as a secret system instead of the number of times that me I'm not in favor of calling for the overthrow of the regime itself. I was half mast majority of those who were involved in the green room on a week after the moon and the stars they were calling for death to the dictator they were calling for independence freedom and Iran in the public as opposed to Islamic Republic and they were calling a lot of radicals slogans they were shouting very radical slogans and one day I remember it was a quote you know the Jerusalem day that now speakers or shouting slogans and people are supposed to follow them so the loudspeaker says death to America and the protesters wore green woman participated in that Hey in favor of Jerusalem Hey Lauren shouting death to America they said death to Russia then the loudspeaker says Catherine Israel so they're supposed to be saying that Israel and this is the truth from the front straight and they were saying death to China because they view rush on China's close allies of the Islamic Republic and they do not problems with the United States or Israel and so I kept listening for his use of force one after another they kept coming and. there was. almost nothing that you could hear after the now this because there's been no voice that says after America or death to Israel this was very shocking so the extent of division between the people on the regime is. amazing shocking they have moved so far away from each other and so the first problem was that. the leaders of the movement and I want to go far the movement participants in the streets for on the golf much farther and being done with the Islamic Republic and there's so that was the first problem that they did not succeed. the second problem. was the fact that opposition isn't ready prepare themselves for the repression of what's coming and the repression and Islamic Republic has been very skillful as arresting people thousands of people rest of the movie. as the green movement structures and they weren't prepared to hide them or protect them their members and their supporters in schools and but the other the bigger problem has to do with the fact that to overthrow the regime or government you need to have a very broad broad coalition yeah that's what I thought of my Isola Khomeini kept making all the promises prior to the revolution making sure that every segment of the population would side with him and would participate in the revolutionary struggles to overthrow the shop. that broad coalition did not emerge and in the two thousand nine green movement the opposition and failed to bring and the merchant class. that have played an important role in the revolutionary struggles and but also the working class the individual merchants an individual workers participated in the revolution of the struggles but they did not participate that's classes from collectivities. that's why in part they were repressed on the final reason that that they failed was the fact that this movement was very large began like three million people on June fifteenth. two thousand nine intent on city came out and protest if you take a look and compare the three million with the nineteen seventy nine revolution when population of course was a smaller in Tehran but the talk about the one here in Tehran I have a one million population coming and joining the process one million took about one year to join the struggles against the shock. in two thousand nine. in two days basically are three million showed up and this was huge and throughout the country other major cities. hundreds of thousands of people everywhere came and joined them in the next three days in our last segment we'll find out if this convergence can happen. this is busy talk which in camp. one guy and proud of it. watch the ball leaves when I first bad boy drops gets even seen what Scott played on Scott.

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"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Go to the flash you've heard me talk about that so for the month of August to celebrate the twenty five year anniversary we decided to challenge people in baby steps to those of you that are paying off debt about the financial piece challenge no purchase necessary just go to the website and say I accept the challenge and the challenges to pay off one thousand dollars or more of your debt in August that's simple okay if you accept that challenges your diaphragm C. dot com our friend that you know slash of P. you and slash pay off and accept the challenge here's what's happened I listen to this we started this at the first of the month and we already have a hundred thousand people committed to the challenge now help you with the math on that that's a hundred million dollars and that paid off in August or more just due to the people signing up for the challenge a hundred million dollars in August I scale com give you a little bit of a chill like maybe we ought to tell Congress about this wow I'm John yes a lot of people now here's what we're doing we're gonna give away for of the people in the challenge just random drawing four of those people two thousand five dollars cash is no purchase necessary doesn't cost a thing to be in the challenge just go the challenges sign up and if you're in the challenging you promised to pay off a thousand dollars or more in August out of those hundred thousand people we're gonna draw for and give them give each of them four thousand are to put two thousand five hundred dollars a total of ten thousand dollars but I get these numbers right now and so the cool thing is this Matthew is with me from Ohio and Matthew you're our very first twenty five hundred dollar winner congratulations thank you very much Dave that's phenomenal news for me today I love it that's very cool so you're obviously in baby steps could you sign up for the challenge so I'm guessing the twenty five hundred gets thrown in the dead of my right hi yes the only thing we have left that that is they are small home mac line all very cool and how much is left on it well I say small like nineteen thousand by okay we started out it out I don't know about a quarter million dollars wow January well congratulations man what was your reason your why that you guys got so far because you pay off of Brazilian dollars minutes impressive well it was right after Christmas and we've always been we both grew up kind of poor and we both then Hey we got a good name good signature we can buy on credit and I was out with the wife one day it was right after Christmas and she said to me I don't know with the money that you make why well I don't have any money and I started looking at it we took F. B. U. like ten years ago and I start looking over that in the numbers and stuff and turns out we were just given all the bank that you say all the money to buy their new furniture with so I started looking at our budget and I always write our budget out two weeks at a time for every paycheck and just started liquidating everything we had a rental house I so which was a you know hard fifty five thousand dollars worth of work that I had a travel trailer when I saw that I don't need a fifty thousand dollar truck to build a travel trailer there's always that way of everything got rid of my truck traded it in on a two thousand fifteen Hyundai which we just made a lot of payment on this past month wow wow so you're almost there we're almost there congratulations I'm so proud of you man and thank you thank you thank you for entering the challenge in a push on will make sure we have all of your information so we get the two thousand five hundred right out to you but down on that nineteen thousand dollar H. E. L. missing just one L. and we'll get rid of it there we go love it way to go man way to go folks if you're all in on getting out of debt you can still join the one thousand dollar pay off challenge we're gonna give twenty five hundred dollars randomly to three more people who commit to the challenge we're just gonna try.

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"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

08:42 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"People both of the clash you've heard me talk about that so for the month of August to celebrate the twenty five year anniversary we decided to challenge people in baby step to those of you that are paying off debt about the financial piece challenge no purchase necessary just go to the website and say I accept the challenge and the challenges to pay off one thousand dollars or more of your dad in August that's simple okay if you accept that challenges your diaphragm C. dot com our finance that you know slash of P. you and slash pay off and accept the challenge here's what's happened I listen to this we started this at the first of the month and we already have a hundred thousand people committed to the challenge now help you with the math on that that's a hundred million dollars and that paid off in August for more Josh do you to the people signing up for the challenge a hundred million dollars in August I scale com give you a little bit of a chill like maybe we ought to tell Congress about this wow I'm John yes a lot of people now here's what we're doing we're gonna give away for of the people in the challenge just random drawing four of those people two thousand five dollars catchers no purchase necessary doesn't cost a thing to be in the challenges go the challenges sign up and if you're in the challenging you promised to pay off a thousand dollars or more in August out of those hundred thousand people we're gonna draw for and give them give each of them four thousand are to put two thousand five hundred dollars a total of ten thousand dollars but I get the numbers right now and so the cool thing is this Matthew is with me from Ohio and Matthew you're our very first twenty five hundred dollar winner congradulations thank you very much Dave that's phenomenal news for me today I love it that's very cool so you're obviously in baby steps could you signed up for the challenge so I'm guessing the twenty five hundred gets thrown in the dead of my right hi yes the only thing we have left that that is a small home mac line all very cool and how much is left on well I say small like nineteen thousand by okay we started out it out at almost a quarter million dollars wow January well congratulations man what was your reason your why that you guys got so far because you pay off a Brazilian dollars minutes from pressure well it was right after Christmas and we've always been we both grew up kind of poor and we both stand Hey we got a good name good signature we can buy on credit and I was out with the wife one day it was right after Christmas and she said to me I don't know with the money that you make why well I don't have any money and I started looking at it we took F. B. U. like ten years ago and I start looking over that in the numbers and stuff and turns out we were just given all the bank that you say all the money to buy their new furniture with so I started looking at our budget and I always write our budget out two weeks at a time for every paycheck and just started liquidating everything we had a rental house I so what's with the you know hard fifty five thousand dollars worth of work that I had travel trailer when I sold that I don't need a fifty thousand dollar truck to pull the travel trailer there's always that way of everything got rid of my truck traded it in on a two thousand fifteen Hyundai which we just made a lot of payment on this past month wow wow so you're almost there we're almost there congratulations I'm so proud of you man and thank you thank you for entering the challenge in a push on hold will make sure we have all of your information so we have the two thousand five hundred right out to you but down on that nineteen thousand dollar H. E. L. missing just one L. and we'll get rid of it there we go love it way to go man way to go folks if you're all in on getting out of debt you can still join the one thousand dollar pay off challenge we're gonna give twenty five hundred dollars randomly to three more people who commit to the challenge we're just gonna try one name now the challenge and call them and if we can get you on the phone we're gonna give it to you if we don't get your call the next on the list that's simple so go to Dave Ramsey dot com slash pay off no purchase necessary again that's Dave Ramsey dot com slash pay off you know you've if you're if you're in the process of changing your life you're in the process of getting that you've had and I've had it moment at some point where you just said we make too much money to be this broke I was Matthews why she was worth more dead gum money we make a lot of money when that all the money comes in all the money goes out only the names were changed to protect the innocent we have nothing we work our **** off and have nothing we make a lot of money and have nothing and you just reach this help the level of discussed and say we make enough money to change our whole family tree were given all the bank I've added I'm not doing this anymore when you have that happen deep down in your soul in the marrow of your bones now you're ready to change Lucas is whether certain New York high Lucas welcome to the Dave Ramsey show thanks for having me how are you Sir better than I deserve what's up or need help determining whether to keep or sell a rental home that I've had for about fifteen years just seems like I'm losing money every month and I'm having trouble figuring out why and why and keep in that while it's just there's nothing in this conversation fun is there so why would you keep it well I have an idea that it's going to be a good investment fifteen years from now yeah lot of realism money every month is not so it is not worth the pain you can do other things that'll be good investments fifteen years from now on you'll enjoy the time you own them rather than painfully walk into this show obviously you almost as much on it is it's worse right won't even rent for enough to cover the payments right yep you're on it okay yeah this is more of a liability than an is an asset there's not much equity here anyway yeah and you just I don't meet millionaires the use that method to become wealthy and so if I and I love real estate if you listen to me twenty seconds you know that I own a bunch of real estate and I just think it's wonderful but paid for rose St cash flows like a bad blind bandit now but leverage real estate takes all the fun out of it and that's where you are so yeah I would dump it thing now what would you do with the the proceeds from meant course there's gonna be capital gains consider but as another investment engine where which and where would you move that how much proceeds would do you anticipate so I ninety it's worth about a hundred ninety so about a hundred K. and it won't cash flow now that's weird well as I think the the market is in a great market it for what it is to own a house and live in your house but it's not a great market to own a rental and rented out gotcha okay and how much you what you pay for the property originally eight a hundred and sixty five fifteen years ago and you've been depreciating at fifteen years so your adjusted basis is probably below a hundred yes okay and so your taxes on about a hundred give or take on L. capital gains rate of fifteen percent you make over four hundred of your household income now share capital gains rates fifteen percent sort of about fifteen dollar tax bill okay and then if you take note of taxes your proceeds I'm going to apply them wherever you are on your baby steps do you owe money on your home well it I guess that's the other part is I I move every four years so this is the only home that I have so you're renting for your residence that's correct okay nine and do you have any other deaths at all nope I'm on baby steps six and I'm certain pay off this house okay and that would be baby steps seven then yeah okay how quick can you pay it off based upon what I hear from you two years I'd much rather do it in three but if if I really did your rice and beans two years okay if it's a soft rental market is it also a soft appreciation market.

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760 KFMB Radio

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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760 KFMB Radio

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Next ten years got to finance all college education at public universities two and four year and trade school we'll get to that and more on the way here's your forecast high pressure over Alaska continues to produce well above to record temperatures for some locations hot and dry conditions are fueling active fire conditions in Alaska fire weather threats are also elevated in the desert southwest for Friday into Saturday in terms of rainfall Texas will be dry the four corners dry the west west of the Rockies not much moisture at all twenty get on the eastern side of the Rockies for the northern plains South Dakota Nebraska will pick up heavy amounts of rain today upwards of two inches for south central Nebraska in that'll spill over into Iowa as well the Carolinas also an area where we could see showers as well as down through Atlanta and portions of the panhandle of Florida upwards of an inch of rain from Florida up through southern Virginia scattered showers as a result of daytime heating can be found from the Midwest to the northeast your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout the graph I found these guys first to be able to tell you about the but also because I've used them and I certainly will when I have another watershed emergency one company to call for any plumbing and water damage restoration at central flood management say the number on your phone before you really need it twenty five five flight because you're definitely going to need it and you can have a pipe burst you can have some toiler sink something overflow as can happen when you least expect it might happen overnight door if that's the case the real life person will pick up the phone twenty four seven right away they will dispatch a LEED certified technician with their state of the art moisture detection equipment together problem straight away one hundred five five flood one hundred five five flood over sixty combined years of water damage restoration experience I've seen everything one out of five five flood and the work with your insurance company to help you file the claim and navigate the claims process and look at the two thousand five dollars off your deductible restrictions may apply one out of five five flood lessons about once a year for five things to keep in line for a week the card is a city thirty that's one of the stories we're following on a seven sixty eight the sheriff's department is issuing a warning for party throwers this weekend San Diego social host ordinance now includes marijuana as well as alcohol also the sheriff's department is warning holiday revelers the deputies will be out in force looking for intoxicated drivers all weekend last year seven people were killed in seventy three injured in all alcohol related vehicle crashes statewide on independence day governor Gavin Newsom is pushing for new wildfire legislation by July twelfth the last state lawmakers are in session before the summer recess the union Tribune reports assembly bill ten fifty four would create a twenty one billion dollar insurance fund for utilities the California Senate bill here the bill today in sports a five to one loss for the Padres last night against the Dodgers right now it's clear in sixty four degrees at Lindbergh field AM seven sixty KFMB talk and breaking news CBS news update large parts of southern California in nearby Nevada felt the earth moving on the fourth of July the mobile on around the town of ridgecrest into these trona California the.

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760 KFMB Radio

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

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"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

The Atheist Experience

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

"They either tried to hide that although it was caught on tape or they just flat out deny it or they scratch their head and go be we've got to come up with another experiment. Yeah. You do. Yeah. You do. And when that experiment also shows that the earth is a an Oblate spheroid, not a flat thing. I don't know what site. Let me let me add one thing that the vaccination thing matters. You know, if you are a delaying making this decision or you're making a bad decisions, you know, those those things have ripple effects throughout society, and you can affect other people you can affect children, and and others that are vulnerable. And so, you know, there are some questions that matter a lot, you know, the God question matters, if the universe has a God, it's a very different thing than if a universe that doesn't have a God. Right. And so it's the questions important. I think and all of the things that follow from that. And so so they're they're important questions. And as it's worth spending, the time to try to understand these important questions and form an opinion and try to come up to come up with a reasonable solution to them. And once you have an opinion try to show that it's not correct. Take the opposite dig and do do what you're so. That's the hardest thing. Learn to do it is it does not become so attached to own opinion because it's yours. Yeah. I have I have an article in the in the newsletter about that very thing confirmation bias in. If you wanna look at the newsletter. Last month on my eighth debates patriot project I posted video called MIT skeptical because I did debate on the resurrection in basically, the constant attack. I get in this happens mostly in resurrection. Debates is that my standards of evidence are just too high. And I need to have a softer brain. I had another resurrection debate on Thursday evening, and this acusations came up again. Fortunately for me during this debate. There was a moment where I demonstrated thanks to the help of the person. I was debating conclusively that the standards of evidence that I was advocating were vastly superior to the standards of evidence that he was advocating because he would have been conned. And so tomorrow, I'm going to record that as a separate example there to talk about this notion of good standards of evidence. But we're not going to go through that here. We got more callers before we do that absolute it looks like we're behind on the money. We are so talk than raised two thousand five dollars. I think maybe that five dollars came from me. So get over that. That's a problem. We are behind by one thousand one hundred and thirty so we've raised eight hundred seventy two dollars.

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"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"We could read here the top one hundred and twenty men on the black disciples pyramid. That's the the hierarchy of the gang. Right. We're paid very well. But the pyramid. They sat atop was gigantic. So if you use this franchise from guy named JT they mentioned earlier in the article the franchise had three officers and fifty foot soldiers there were about five thousand three hundred people working for those one hundred twenty bosses at the top of the pyramid. And then there were twenty thousand unpaid rank and file members most of them who were just. Vying to become a foot soldier, and how well did a foot soldier dream job pay when just foot soldier job that these twenty thousand people want right three dollars and thirty cents an hour. Let you don't have to pay taxes. This is written in two thousand five this is I believe that's when they were out actually speaking with these people. Yeah. So two thousand five dollars so clearly not enough for regular international travel. Where does this stuff actually come from? How does cocaine inter- the US how does heroin enter the US and on and on with these other drugs, especially when Uncle Sam a stencil spends billions and billions of dollars just trying to stop the drug trade. How does it gave? One person thought he found the answer. And he was an investigative journalist named Gary Webb. Gary Webb was born on August thirty first nineteen fifty-five in corona California. And he wanted to be a writer from a very early age for the student newspaper at his college, Indianapolis, he ended up getting married to him named Susan bell. And they went on to have three kids together. And he I started getting into investigative reporting. When a piece appeared in the Kentucky post, nineteen eighty called the coal connection. It was a massive series a seventeen part series that he collapsed on with a guy named Thomas Sheffi that looked at Benue. I know more about this the conspiracy surrounding coal company. So he was already kind of early on in into whistle blowing and kind of like this sort of deep dive truth telling trend expose the ills of society. Right. Right. Similar to the that wonderful journalist we interviewed a while back more, Paris Kia. I believe it's name was yet who did some fantastic work on the US government's arrangements with spies in the area of civil rights. This guy was a small town reporter who was breaking big stories. And in this big deal is specifically about the assassination or the murder of a president of this coal company in how this guy perhaps had some or he did have ties to organized crime. That's that's no small thing. You don't write about that? And then knock worry about writing about that. And and as our from Marcus tablist earlier, the the thing about being a an investigative journalist that's worth their salt is that so much of the actual work is just verifying and triple checking every single syllable of every single sentence that is fit to print, and you have to do it before it goes out to the masses. It turned out. The Gary Webb seemed to have a gift for this. And that was just the beginning. His major work the one that most of us listening. Probably familiar with is something called the dark alliance and over the years. Several people have kind of muddy the water of his research when he actually claimed. So it's very important for us to look at what he did do. And then also look at what he did not do precisely. So here's here's the gist in nineteen Ninety-six. Gary Webb writes a series of three articles for the Mercury News, which believers out in San Jose, San Jose. So in these these three articles are pretty lengthy and later, they're all collected into a book named the dark alliance. This. It's difficult to explain how much of an impact this made. So let's just go with what he says in this series of articles, Gary Webb alleges and claims that Nicaraguan contras are responsible for the Los Angeles crack cocaine epidemic of the nineteen eighties to bolt claim and. Yeah, that they're responsible, but they're a bunch of other hands involves two right? They're not working alone. He claims that the US is Central Intelligence Agency. You're CIA knew this was going on new. There was an active an elaborate and very very robust drug traffic in network there..

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"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And Peter and I were home watching the frozen four, the college ice hockey filed Peters from Maine, and he said, you know, you get a lot of of impact from, yes, sir. He are. You wear that? Ben Wright used it for Jack on the eagle at fifteen, and I said, no, interesting. Yeah. So I went back and looked at the tape and I could not believe it that Ben had said that. So subconsciously it was lurking right back here and another pretty good call tiger couple years later. Couple of other ones, Christian Leitner and who knows what else. But we have a couple of minutes with with Verne. All of this is in the book by the way that is available. Now, of course, on Amazon who knows where else in the. Final story's going to be a pretty obvious, but the tiger story which is also in golf is is in your great. It's on your greatest hits, gosh, shell. Yeah. I mean, he birdied the sixteenth hole in two thousand five. And a part of that story is that tiger at a one shot lead over Chris DiMarco and Chris put it twenty people. Oh, the whole, very makeable birdie but tiger inexplicably pulled an eight iron long and left. And he had no chance and Lanny Watkins was in eighteen at that time and Lonnie said on the air, he's going to be lucky if he can keep this inside Demarco's bowl. So that was the setup. And it was a probably ninety feet to the green, and then tiger put brakes on and took a right turn, and the closer got the more. Cited. I got. And then amazingly it sat on the lip of the Cup for one point, eight seconds. I majored that time and advertising age magazine estimated the accrued benefit to Nike was nineteen million dollars and in two thousand five dollars. But and then and I just extemporaneously Haller in your life. Have you ever seen anything like that? Because I never had and it worked and that's one AM my list because now I've got two calls involving Jack Nicklaus tiger. Thank you very much. Let's.

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"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Welcome back as we have our final segment with with Verne Lundquist the book play by play. They're the final story is going to be pretty obvious, but the tiger story which is also in golf is is in your great. It's on your greatest hits, gosh. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, he birdied his sixteenth hole in two thousand five. And a part of that story is that tiger and a one shot lead over Chris DiMarco and Chris put it twenty people. Oh, the whole, very makeable birdie but tiger n. explicable pulled an eight iron long and left and he had no chance and Lanny Watkins was in eighteen at that time and Lonnie said on the air, he's going to be lucky if he can keep this inside Demarco's ball. So that was the setup. And it was a probably ninety feet to the green and then tiger put brakes on and it took a right turn. And the closer got the more excited I got. And then amazingly, it sat on the lip of the Cup for one point, eight seconds. I majored that time and advertising age magazine estimated the accrued benefit to Nike was nineteen million dollars and in two thousand five dollars. But and then and I just extemporaneously hollered in your life. Have you ever seen anything like that? Because I never had and it worked and and that's one a on my list because now I've got two calls involving Jack Nicholson tiger. Thank you very much. Let's.

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"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Let a drunk person or a plane, why would you let somebody that's ill or the plane others? I spoke with say they understand. The response because people who are very ill should not give the illness to others. But of course, they were worried when they saw the large response on the ground, but the MS fire officials and more. What do the passengers have tests are still being done? But it could be the flu. One passenger in the business section of the plains has everything was handled. Well, and nobody was alarmed one time. Tropical storm, Gordon now tropical depression, drenching parts of the south including more than ten inches of rain in the Florida, panhandle. Southern Alabama also hit very hard. Mike Evans is the mobile mobile. Alabama county emergency management leader or county and city personnel with the public works and engineering. They're starting to get out and circulate and really look at the infrastructure. The roads areas where we have serious washing many Colbert's any bridges damaged due. Storm has been blamed for the death of a baby was killed when a tree limb fell on a mobile home. In the Florida, panhandle Britain has called the United Nations Security council meeting for Thursday of this week. Tomorrow to discuss the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter officials plan to update members including Russia on the progress of the investigation Prime Minister, Theresa may says two men have been charged in the case based on a body of intelligence. The government has concluded that the two individuals named by the police are officers from the Russian military intelligence service, the poison used was some kind of a nerve Asian European arrest warrants have now been issued. But officials say Russia will not extradite them because Russian law bans extradition of its citizens. Russia denies any involvement. Ten fifty on KNX. Let's get you over the money. That's now check of your money. Here's Frank Motech. Amazon back in the spotlight of this morning. The stock hit an all time high above a two thousand two thousand fifty dollars fifty cents yesterday sending Amazon's market cap to a trillion dollars a month after apple achieved that crown but today, we're seeing Amazon shares slide thirty four dollars at two thousand five dollars did Pablo to K earlier sock by the way.

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"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on KSRO

"You know i'm not sure but it it it looks to me like we avoided a really nasty wall between the two dominant military forces after the second world war only because of nuclear weapons now we have what was going on all over the world at the moment but none of them could be described as world wars and i don't think wars between states on that scale actually terribly like at the moment and what we're going to see is much more so than surgeon sees and and the silence that turn into chronic civil wars and things like that like we got in ukraine and syria rather than you know coalitions of countries fighting each other to the death has happened in the nineteen forties i hope i'm writing that but i can't see china in america in the end having a major world war doesn't make sense for other side let's hope that's true and that's not entirely because of nuclear weapons but it has played a part getting us to this point what is the fuel that flames these fires of the evolution for the future what what is pushing it what is fortunate this humankind is a technology what's doing it it's it's ideas i think that the you know the rule material the fuel is you put it is is is these folks thoughts can meet other thoughts and have baby sorts the different from them just like individuals can meet other individuals and have baby individuals and when you when you think of the world like that it makes you realize how infinite this process it's how no possibility of running out of ideas because you can always have an idea to improve another idea my favorite example by the way of technology that came just how technologies come into existence through the mixing the meeting and mating of ideas as i call it is the camera pill started the pill camera it's it's a it's a thing that you swallowed it takes a picture of your insides on the way through came about after a conversation between a gastroenterologist at a guided missile designer that's what i mean by the legislation miniaturized it and go yeah it's thoughts that make the difference truly remarkable you have called yourself a rational optimist tell me about that well i came to the conclusion a few years ago the world was getting better much more rapidly and much more ubiquitous lee than than we kind of realized that actually we were too pessimistic about things but if you look i mean give you an example couple of weeks ago the well bank announced that the number of the proportion of the population living in absolute poverty below a dollar twenty five a day in two thousand five dollars a dollar ninety a day in today's tell us had fallen to ten percent now that's horribly low level of poverty and there's a lot of people in that ten sent a lot of people just above it you know they say we haven't got rid of property but when you think about it sixty percent of the wealth lived at that level when i was born so in my lifetime being the most incredible changes in in human living standards and healthier happier clever cleaner kind of freedom of peaceful and more equal globally and that's something that never gets reported say the reason i'm an optimist just because i think there's every reason sick these trends will continue and the reason i have a rational optimist is because it's not he's not my sort of belief is it's the evidence that that is persuading me next up let's go to we've got time for another caller show before the break first time caller brandon in pleasanton california brandon go ahead sir hi george thank you and i love your show the missing straight for three years and many nights perfect thank you mr i am a big fan of your books red queen and a student of evolutionary psychology and you were talking about the subject of marriage and how it's evolved socially i want to see what your thoughts were on how that compares with the belushi nature of humanity sexuality that you prevent fourth and you're in the red queen and how those two ideas in conjunction yes it's a good point because on the one hand i in the red queen i kind of talk about how we have got a human nature and there are there are a human instincts about sex and mating that that species specific that are characteristic of human beings and then here i'm talking about how these these characteristics can change over time but.

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"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on KTRH

"You know i'm not sure but it it it looks to me like we avoided a really nasty wall between the two dominant military forces after the second world war only because of nuclear weapons now we have what was going on all over the world at the moment but none of them could be described as world wars and i don't think wars between states on that scale are actually terribly likely at the moment and what we're going to see much more of sort of insurgencies and and breaks his silence that turn into chronic civil wars and things like that like we've got in ukraine syria rather than you know coalitions of countries fighting each other to the death has happened in the nineteen forties hope i'm writing that but i can't see china in america in the end having a major world war doesn't make sense for other side let's hope that's true and that's not entirely because of nuclear weapons but it has played a part getting us to this point what is the fuel that flames these fires of the evolution for the future what what is pushing it what is forcing this humankind is a technology what's doing it it's it's ideas i think that the you know the rule material fuel as you put it is is is these thoughts thoughts can meet other thoughts have baby sorts that are different from them just like individuals could meet other individuals and that baby individuals and when you when you think of the world like that it makes you realize how infinite this price is how the possibility of running out of ideas because you can always have an idea to improve another idea my favorite example by the way of technology that came up just how technology is coming to existence through the mixing meeting and mating of ideas as i call it is the camera pill sorry the pill camera it's a it's a thing that you swallowed it takes a picture of your insides on the way through came about after a conversation between the gastroenterologist and a guided missile designer that's what i mean by that miniaturized it go yeah it's still that make the difference truly remarkable you have called yourself a rational optimist tell me about that well i came to the conclusion a few years ago the world was getting better much more rapidly and much more ubiquitously than than we kind of realized that actually we were too pessimistic about things but if you look i mean give you an example a couple of weeks ago the well bank announced that the number of the proportion of the population living in absolute poverty below a dollar twenty five a day in two thousand five dollars dollar ninety a day in today's tell us had full into ten percents now that's horribly no level of poverty and there's a lot of people in that temp sent a lot of people just above it you know say we haven't gotten rid of property but when you think about it sixty percent of the wealth lived at that level when i was born so in my lifetime being the most incredible changes in in human living standards and healthier happier clever cleaner kind of freedom of peaceful and more equal globally and that's something that never gets reported say the reason i'm an optimist just because i think there's every reason to think these trends will continue and the reason i'm rational optimist is because it's not it's not my sort of belief is it's the evidence that that is persuading me next up let's go to we've got time for another caller show before the break first time caller brandon in pleasanton california brandon go ahead sir hi george thank you and i love your show the missing straight for three years and many nights thank you miserably i am a big fan of your book the red queen and student of evolutionary psychology and earlier when you were talking about the subject of marriage and how it's all socially i want to see what your thoughts were on how that compares with the evolutionary nature of humanity and sexuality that you present fourth year in the red queen and how those two ideas yeah conjunction yes it's a good point because on the one hand i in the red queen i kind of talk about how we have got a human nature and there are there a human instincts about sex and mating that species specific that are characteristic of of human beings and then here i'm talking about how these these characteristics can change over time but in fact i think the idea.

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"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand five dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Koa nine thousand newsradio a year i'm single 850 okay am and on 941 good and how much do fm you owe on your home um one hundred sixty three thousand oh m once the forty thousand odom um credit card student wanted in an automobile and which deal on the car four thousand good that'll be paid off in november if i didn't solve the house to okay do you like live your house from the headquarters of love ramsey it solutions it's the first it's house the dave i ever ramsey bought and i feel show like the lord what bless that is three dawn then cash is i'll king them because and not i'm paid glad off how home old are mortgage you has taken the place i'll of be the fifty bmw in april the house on cool status symbol so of choice if you make 60 i am dave what ramsey did you say your sixty host what of are you your jump in we'll talk about um your i life mean and sixty your nine money thousand it's one a and free you're call sending us triple whole eight eight make eight seventy two thousand five dollars a year you five need a pal forty two thousand two dollars five could you not that's pay off triple at one eight twenty of eight that a year two five for are you doing two today years newbie just debt for the into same your sir how can i help yeah you have to watch what you're doing you might even do it faster than that but really have you'd have to be on beans and rice rice and beans on me no vacation no eating out no life and go to scorched earth you could do it really really fast but at a minimum you ought to be debt in two years right twenty thousand a year for two years is forty eight um and keep your house okay no i would not sell your house incurring may i got a great deal on on a he'll be a woman very little engrossed rate there's two or three things going on here number one you like it number two uh the the other debt is it's within reach for you to knock it out but you how if you're going to keep the house you have to commit to beans and rice rice and beans until you get this mess cleaned up.

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