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Don't @ Me: The Story Behind Twitch's $25 Million Sex Addiction Lawsuit
"So recently twitch was served a twenty five million dollar lawsuit by Guy Dealing with a severe sex addiction. Basically he believes that the hundreds of women streamers he follows, makes his sex addiction worse in. It's all twitches fault. Yeah this story is as crazy as it sounds. Let's get into it. Guys were streaming over at twitter DOT TV. Slash the score e sports, and we're adding more and more content every single week, so whether it's talkshow clouded or the rotating Friday streams follow the channel, so you know when we go live, and maybe you'll catch me winning another absurd game of chess. I one call now wait what what kind of stupid game! I. Don't honestly I don't know how the first happened. Okay? Now back to the lawsuit on June fifteenth. A guy named Eric Estherville filed twenty five million dollar lawsuit against twitch lawsuit states that s still suffers from a bunch of health issues, including OCD, depression and a severe sex addiction, and the lawsuit goes on to say that quote. Because of these maladies he heavily relies on the Internet for all of his entertainment, purposes and quote. Quote and basically he suing twitch, because he alleges that women twitch streamers make his sex addiction OCD worse quote twitches severely exacerbated his condition by displaying many sexually suggestive women, streamers through twitches, twisted programming, and neck owed making it nearly impossible for the plaintiff to use twitch without being exposed to such sexually suggestive content and quote to be clear, and this is in the lawsuit s to below follows exactly seven hundred eighty six women streamers. Zero male streamers not only does the lawsuit named twenty popular women's streamers including. And pokey, Main in-includes, pages, and pages of photos of these women as evidence as I was going through this lawsuit looking through these photos, it just felt really weird. It didn't sit right with me. One other issue that s says exacerbates his sex. Addiction is the fact that you can't choose to break down streams by gender quote. There's no way for the plaintiff to filter streams. He'd like to. To Watch based on gender, male or female. Therefore, the plaintiff has to choose a game and or category to watch with thumbnails, showing these scantily clad women alongside men of being the only streaming channels available to him and quote now in reality you could manually filter between men and women streamers, depending on who you follow, but remember according to the lawsuit Esta follows exactly seven, hundred, eighty six. Six women, streamers and zero men again, according to the lawsuit, the twenty five million dollars estabilish, asking for is to be split between him in other twitch prime turbo subscribers with the rest of the money leftover going to charities of the courts, choosing on top of the twenty five million s Davila was asking twitch permanently banned the twenty women named in the lawsuit. Okay, everything we just discussed. Discussed makes up the front half of the lawsuit. The entire back half of a lawsuit is dedicated to multiple academic papers, breaking down the history in research done on sex, addiction and listen. This is a real medical issue in this guy deserves all the help that he needs. But blaming women on twitch is probably not the answer now. If you're thinking where the hell did this come from. Actually ESTHERVILLE. Oh has history of filing these kind of over the top lawsuits. It all starts back in two thousand nine after s Davila was banned from PS end for being a troll while playing resistance fall of man online and if you didn't know. Is Basically playstations online ecosystem similar to xbox live? Here's a quote from an interview. He did with an gadget when he originally filed the lawsuit quote. I sued Sony because when they banned me, they banned my whole console, which is like a five hundred dollar waste there because I can't go online anymore, which was one of my ways of socializing so when I sued for fifty five thousand dollars that was something called punitive damages. When you're trying to penalize a company, and that's what I was trying to do. Penalize them for banning someone and quote from there. He sued Sony again. Plus Microsoft in ten does over flaws in different console designs that he purposely tried to find that in. In Two thousand ten I Japan gamespot could talk in a bunch of other gaming websites did their job in wrote about the lawsuits that Estella had filed against Sony Microsoft and Nintendo and he really didn't like that like as in he filed one giant lawsuit against thirteen different websites, because he was upset about the fact that they were writing about him. estabilish became so notorious that he was given all sorts of nicknames, the plaintiff the serial sewer. The list goes on. Also he wants sued blizzard, because apparently walking in world of warcraft took too long and in the lawsuit he tried to rope in actress, Wynona Ryder to explain the significance of alienation in Catcher in the Rye and quote. Rider, catcher in the Rye world of warcraft lack. Of and you probably won't be surprised to hear that. All eight lawsuits were either dropped by Estella himself or dismissed by the court outright now the complaint against twitch was filed on June fifteenth, while the summons was served to them on June nineteenth meaning legally now they have to respond in court, and while twitch hasn't made an official statement on this situation. It's only a matter of time before the core proceedings become public and hey, maybe this case will farther than anyone else was expected. What? He said all the haters. I'm not trying to zag just because everybody else is going in one direction, but I honestly don't understand. A lot of the complaints like people are really upset about the story, choices and things like that and it's just like. Why why are you upset that somebody told you a story that. You didn't agree with the choices like it's not your fucking story to tell. And I get that we have connections to characters, and when certain things happen. It makes you upset, but. Really. I fundamentally do not understand how people can be upset about somebody else's narrative created in Britain.
United Income Predicts U.S. Wealth Transfer of $36 Trillion Over the Next 30 Years
"Americans will be inheriting more money than in the past a report from United income says about thirty six trillion dollars of wealth will be transferred from one generation to another over the next thirty years that's more than four times the eight and a half trillion transferred over the prior thirty here size is about fifty five thousand dollars and it's going to someone who has about six nine thousand in your income that's really meaningful and sent to help them a lot do your vice president of operations with United income Elizabeth Kelly tells can actually every day to the person getting the money will be fifty one he says the inherited body is going toward retirement and medical bills
"fifty five thousand dollars" Discussed on AP News
"Europe's fall rights in populist parties, the sale of sealed. Video evidence in the murder trial of Marian shook night has led to a no contest plea from his business partner. Mark Blankenship entered the plea Wednesday to account of conspiracy to obstruct Justice prosecutors say, Blankenship, and nights girlfriend arranged to sell surveillance video from a competent hamburger staff. That shows night, hitting two men with his truck in two thousand fifteen one of those men died TMZ bought the video for fifty five thousand dollars after a judge nights case at barred its public release Blankenship was sentenced to five years of probation in order to pay fifty five grand in restitution to the hamburger. Stand is co defendant, toilet Kelly pleaded no contest to conspiracy in two thousand seventeen received probation and community service night is serving a twenty eight year sentence for pleading no contest to voluntary manslaughter. Deadly hazardous spill. I'm Tim Maguire than AP newsmen to one person is dead and nine others have been taken to a hospital following a hazardous materials spill possibly a farm chemical Amer said county. California sheriff's department says deputies responded to the scene found the person who had died along with another person who was treated for exposure to ambulance staffers and six deputies are also being treated White House press secretary Sarah Sanders tangled with reporters. And eventually limited press briefings is leaving the Trump administration at the end of the month. In the meantime, I'm gonna continue to be one of the most outspoken, and loyal supporters of the president and his agenda. And I know he's going to have an incredible six more years and get a whole lot more done. Sanders is returning to her home in Arkansas, a South Carolina father sentenced to death for killing his five children to Mathie Jones junior admitted, he exercises six-year-old son.
Latest airport ransomware attack highlights how cybercriminals hold data hostage
"This past week Cleveland's airport began to recover from a computer attack that took down its flight information, baggage displays and it's Email. The FBI says it was another ransomware attack on a sensitive government network, ransomware locks up victims files until ransom is paid more. And more critical public service networks are the targets before Cleveland. The city governments of Newark, Atlanta, and Sarasota were hit and San Francisco's transit authority. The Colorado department of transportation and the port of San Diego today. Twenty six percent of cities and counties say they fend off an attack on their networks every hour, perhaps even worse. Dozens of hospitals have been held hostage across the country. In January twenty eight teen the night shift at Hancock regional hospital watched its computers crash with deepest apologies. The one hundred bed facility in the suburbs. Of indianapolis. Got it CEO Steve long out of bed. We had never been through this before. And it's something that I read in the journals. And I say, oh, those poor folks. I'm glad that's never going to happen to us. But when you come in, and you see that the files on your computer have been renamed in all of the files were renamed either. We apologize for files or were sorry. And there was a moment when I thought, well, maybe they're not so bad. They said they were sorry. But in fact, they had encrypted every file that we had on our computers and on the network. Well, the as we've said still had long told nine one one to divert emergency patients to a hospital twenty miles away. His staff turned to pen and paper. Nothing electron. It could be trusted. This is a ransomware. So this is a virus that has gotten. To the computer system. Would it have the ability to jump to a piece of clinical equipment could have jumped to an IV pump could have jumped to a ventilator we needed a little time just to make sure about that time was a luxury not offered in the ransom demand. Your network has been encrypted if you would like to purchase the decryption keys you have seven days to do. So or your network vials? We'll be permanently deleted. And then it gave us the the amount that we would need to pay to get that back and that came to about fifty five thousand dollars that was the same price demanded of the city of Leeds Alabama three weeks after Hancock hospital near David Miller was surprised his town of twelve thousand would be a target not much to notice in. It's at least not since Charles Barkley graduated from the high school. I didn't know that this Mauer attack was actually a ransomware attack soon as we've found that out that took it to the different level. How do you make? Well, it was. Going to cost us money white the hospital. The city of Leeds was cast back into the age of paper. No, Email, no access to its personnel files or financial systems can all companies and local governments expect to be attacked. I think everyone should expect to be attacked the FBI's might Chris man says cyber-crooks, no governments in hospitals are likely to pay because they can't afford not to until his recent promotion Christmas was in charge of the FBI's cybercrime unit. You're waiting for the day that somebody says we have the nine one one system held hostage in a major city, and we need ten million dollars today. I hope that day never comes. But I think we should prepare for that possibility. Crispin says in twenty seventeen seventeen hundred six cesspool rent somewhere attacks were reported. But he figures that's less than half more. Most businesses. He says would rather pay in admit they were hacked on the wear of one ransomware variant that affected all fifty states that had some thirty million dollars in losses and over six million dollars in ransom payments. I would tell you that the losses are very significant and easily approach one hundred million dollars or more just in the United States that ransomware variant. He's talking about is the one that held handcock hospital hostage. It's cold Samson. After one of its file names experts told Steve long Sam Sam is unbreakable. There was nothing that we could do to unlock those files are only choice was to wipe the system and hope that we had backups or to purchase the decryption keys to pay the rent. Indeed. That is exactly what that means. But Sam Sam had infected the hospitals back-up files, the FBI adv-. Vise long not to pay. But after two days after his staff filled out ten thousand pieces of paper, he paid the ransom. The crooks demanded digital money known as bitcoin ransomware is possible only because bitcoin is so difficult to trace mayor Miller held out two weeks before he paid his bitcoin ranson after a little bargaining at the said to grit my teeth and realized that this was a business decision. And that was the way to do it. So they asked for sixty and you paid eight how did you get there? Well, I agree and
EPA Announces $86,000 Settlement With Tesla For Fremont Plant Violations
"Today, the EPA announced the ninety six thousand dollars settlement with tesla over a hazardous waste violations at the company's electric car planet. Fremont, the violations rediscovered during an unannounced. Visit by inspectors from the agency's regional office in San Francisco in two thousand seventeen celebrate includes a thirty one thousand dollar fine and a fifty five thousand dollar payment for the Fremont fire department to buy emergency. Sponsor commitment, including a drone with hazardous waste sensors and a second device to detect unauthorized drones that could impede an emergency response. UPA regional administrator. Mike Stoker says the settlement will bring much needed emergency response. Equipment to the city
The $100 Million Dollar Mistake
"Is you have. But I bet it was not a one hundred million dollar mistake. Several weeks ago when we were thinking about going to a hundred million dollars, and we had just kind of announce it to the world. And maybe even after a couple of podcast episode, come Allah. We were like, yeah, we're going to do it one hundred million dollars. I thought well what's gonna actually take to get two hundred million dollars? Like how much do we have to sell? How fast we have to grow? We're going to try to do this by twenty thirty. What does it really mean? As far as growth are we talking about tripling the size of the company every single year doubling the size? And so what I do. I sat down and I created a complex spreadsheet. And in the spreadsheet, I said well at the time where it will million dollars a little bit more now, but then it was one million dollars, and we had to get to one hundred million dollars, and we had eleven years, and I brought that up in two months SO, I figured well. If we increase by this much every single month, and since this recurring revenue issued add on top of itself. So let's say we bring say a thousand dollars in the first month will and the second month we bring in thousand dollars again now up to two thousand dollars the third month we bring in one thousand dollars third time. Now, we have total of three thousand dollars. There's a cumulative effect over time, and we had eleven years times twelve months, and that's too much math for me to do right now. I don't know hundred thirty two that's close. If that, correct. So we had a hundred and thirty two months to actually build up this revenue. So I laid out this big spreadsheet and. And I did that we needed to bring an extra twenty six hundred dollars in new monthly recurring revenue every single week in order to achieve a hundred million dollars at the end of that time period, and I actually publish that information. I think I did a podcast episode about it. And I was very proud of myself or calculating that. A some point. I went back, and I looked at it. And I started to kind of question the logic. And I realized I had made a mistake. I had made a big mistake. What I was doing was always adding up all of the money that we would have earned between then and twenty thirty so summing it all up equal one hundred million dollars. That's a lot different than earning. One hundred million dollars in your twenty thirty which is really the goal. The goal is not to earn one hundred million dollars in the next eleven or twelve years. Then there's a big difference. Matter of fact, in order to earn a hundred million dollars over the next eleven years. What that means is into thirty will be an eighteen million dollar company. So think about it this way say like a million dollars in two thousand eighteen two million two thousand nineteen four million two. Thousand twenty cetera Oli up to twenty thirty eighteen million dollars. When you add all that up for every single year. That was one hundred million dollars was the answer. I got and it was wrong. It was a big hundred million dollar mistake. When I realized that and recalculated the numbers were huge. It was something like there was so big that even save the file it was like fifty five thousand dollars a week in revenue or maybe per month. It was a big big way bigger number than we could achieve saw realize that model was wrong. I had made a huge mistake would also realize that is going to be very difficult for us to grow by having a linear amount of new revenue coming in every single week or month. The reality is there's going to be stacking affect if we bring in twenty five hundred dollars per week in new month recurring revenue which is about what we're doing right now that won't be acceptable in five years in five years, and he's be ten or fifteen or twenty thousand a week. The numbers all the numbers are going to get bigger, including how much we bring in. There's also going to be an inorganic component buying companies and foreign them into digital. This is way more complicated of a situation than I originally suspected. It's not gonna be just bringing the same on of money every single week for the next eleven years way, more complicated. I made a huge mistake. I don't know what the answer is yet. But I know that it's not a steady stream of income is going to vary over the years. Thank you for listening. I hope you heard something you can implement in your
"fifty five thousand dollars" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"You'll get your money tomorrow fifty five thousand dollars. So how to get my mother fifteen off the top she should meet down. And I kept thirty five and opened up account and heads for towards my end, my freshman again, that's our became a drug deal. What can I go back for one second because upset me when you say that why do you tip the bookmaker fifty bucks? If you always took the book. But now the beggars you don't he doesn't tip you when you lose you always make. It's those days that was the protocol fact to be honest with you. Yeah, he had already gotten to from. You know, anything about the book making game. He really gets five fifty. From the Bank. So he already gets tip. But in our world, we do it is if you get that money, you give him a design a good luck. So you another ten I guess, I took the dealer. I'm playing the casino a little bit. But. I forgive me out. So that world is completely different. I guess so that world when I lived in Northberg, I was doing all the bachelor, I tell you people the reason why my friends didn't turn on me. Because everytime. I did some I pay the. I made them compasses. Even if they had nothing to do with up to do nothing wrong with giving your friend the hundred dollar Bill make day. That's true. So if I went and robbed a cub dealer for four grant. And like, let's say dirty hundred in cash, and I got an ounce of coke. I will give two or three of my buddy street hundred cash. But I knew they needed for their mom, whatever. And they go. Thank you. And then two days they find out. I rob somebody going to fucking cocoa. You get they wanna wrap me out. They can't wrap him. I just took care of them. Smart. You take that cocaine. You give that around to a couple people. My mom wanted when I've got my first job. She made me give her my like first paycheck. What did your mom? Take the fifteen hundred for. Did you save before you off the top? A little party. It's just a fucking shakedown to accept okay. And I accept it. There was no arguing with. I knew my mom was hurting for money at the time. I knew she needed. She didn't have the boss Thomas. She needed. I knew and I just kicked it up. I was a little pissed for two. Like why the say I just gave it up. It took me half a day the process. A lot of money when you're that young when I was in the fucking freshman year to get thirty five hundred and I hope I took five hundred off the top three thousand Bank opened up. Decamped like at the Bank. It was called hob Hudson county United back. Yeah. Hudson something hub. Yeah. The United Bank, and I put three thousand dollars, and I kept a nickel got some nicer clothes..
"fifty five thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Initially ahead a little bit over fifty five thousand dollars worth of student loan debt credit. I had no idea even existed. So when I went to join the oriented graduation, initially, I couldn't even get a security clearance at the time because I had so much debt built up but paid off enough to to get into the service and. Just been on the journey ever since. So your chosen instead of turning in as identity theft to pay it. Yeah. My family close knit family. No matter how much I might have pressed my mom or my dad about the student loan debt or the credit cards or any of it. There was family. So, you know, in spite of the numbers that didn't make sense about how much school really did pay for or cost. I just let it ride for a long time. And just let it kept on going until I decided to do something credit cards. You didn't use at all. No, no. I didn't. Then you paid all those all those off came back from a deployment from Afghanistan in two thousand ten. Came home when you leave as a single soldier, you have to leave your life your life goes on even though we're deployed so being a single soldier knowing everything my parents had done. I was like, you know, they're not gonna do anything while I'm deployed, I'm combat area. They're not gonna do anything like that. So what had happened was? I had my moment being sick and tired and being sick and tired when I came home from that, deployment all my fingers, all my toes and never forget, my dad's at me down and told me, son. We borrowed some money for you looked at my Bank account statement. And that was code for by the way, while you were deployed we were using your checking account as of ATM machine and. Didn't have anything to show for it. So at that point, I really had that sick and tired of being sick and tired moment where I just looked at my life and said, I'm a.
"fifty five thousand dollars" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Four. Sports radio ninety four w I all right. I'm just trying to lead interior because we have news to his Hollis Thomas with the news update. Fletcher Cox was NFC decent player of the week. What's your conscious the name that? And to pursue the story that really was running into show me. She was blowing her cue. There are the Yankees told Machado there were signing the whiskey, but it doesn't have any effect about yours that right? Does that make it less likely by scenario that they don't think they getting him? No to me, they got him cheap. It's a really smart move by. Don't give them a charter. They can trade this guy for making nothing. Okay. Yeah. You're right Toronto's playing twenty million of his salary. Right. You know, what's amazing? This is what you think of now it's the start of a new year and some of the minimum salaries for people have gone up to like fifteen dollars. Whatever it is per hour. Hour be minimum salary to be a major league baseball player. This is the least they can pay you. If you're in the big leagues is five hundred fifty five thousand dollars. That's a good minimum. Most people are driving into work today with take that as a minimum house. You would take that as a minimum. You're not getting that here at WIP. No. But a hundred some games. Hell, no. It's not football. A little bit..
"fifty five thousand dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Save taps on one hundred and fifty five thousand dollars. Congratulations. Right. Wow. Yeah. Except is the other side of the man aren't follow conventional wisdom. You're sixty five. You say, hey, the government's not gonna make me take this money out until seventy at sixty five I've done pretty well. I've averaged about seven percent on my money over the long term. And now I've got about five hundred thousand in the I'm gonna keep going. I'm not going to pay taxes on it till I have to start taking out required minimum distribution, which is at seventy eight and a half April the year after you turned seventy and a half, and you start taking distributions on that money between seventy and your life expectancy to eighty five. You take out a distribution each year, and you pay tax on it. I've done the math at sixty five when you retired. You were wise. You said, okay, I'm going to lessen the risk of my investments instead of making seven percent a year. I'll settle for five. So you do that seventy to eighty five you take distributions each year when you die because you were moderate just. Took out required. Minimum distributions. There's still a balance left that your beneficiaries have to pay tax on I've done. The math our show you when you come in actually proven real numbers. If you did that if you save tax on one hundred and fifty five thousand five thousand dollars deduction each year, and then you waited till seventy to start taking your distributions live to eighty five when you die somebody pay tax on the balance, guess, what you save tax on one hundred fifty five thousand so that you and your beneficiaries could pay tax on over a million bucks over a million bucks. Now, why do I say this couple reasons if you're close to retirement or you're retired? And you're sitting there with that six hundred five hundred six hundred thousand dollars in your plan. You say why is she bumming me out it's not too late? Because I'd rather see you pay tax on that five hundred thousand. Let's get a strategy today rather than paying tax on the on the million. It's actually a million one. If your kids are putting. Money into this tax deferred plan in the drink the Kool aid, Tom the do a Roth IRA for goodness sakes, or Roth 4._0._1._K pay a little bit attacks on a little bit of money. And then have it grow tax free forever? But my point to you is tax planning. How's it matters? And there their strategies today, if we understand your tax liability that can help you control this future, tax liability down the road. So that there's no big monster headed tax bomb editing for you, and for your kids, your money wherever you are in that continuum, we can show you a strategy that will more than likely help you save money. First thing, we'll do is we'll show you your tax liability, again real numbers that you can verify. And then we'll see if there's a way that we can help you with that. We're we're doing it every day. Thank goodness for the new tax code for retirees there really is an opportunity for most people to save significant dollars. But it takes. Some forward-looking tax planning. If you would know it you have all this money to give back more than your fair share for and boy, I really scream it from the rooftops now because so many people go into this blindly. They nor it and right now, I say that taxes are at a discounted rate. I look at tax brackets for this year and for a married couple. You could make up over three hundred thousand about three hundred and fifteen thousand in a twenty four percent tax bracket. Now, let me sound like a lot of money. Okay. But that is the lowest that I've ever and I'm a geek of Edsel advisory group. I've looked back through the tax code that is the lowest that I've ever seen that much money. So I just talked about the tax, Bob, okay? With taxes this well and probably will remain this load of twenty twenty six we can get tax strategies going pay taxes. Now, go forever tax and these retirement accounts to never tax very strategically with taxes at a discount because I think in two thousand twenty six these tax rates. Expire I really believe slated to. And I really believe they probably will because of our big deficit. That's just an opinion. So I want you to take advantage of that you can't do that unless you know, your future, tax liability. So part of our retire fit analysis is to lay that out for you. If there's a tax liability like that scenario where you save tax on one hundred and fifty five thousand to pay tax on over a million dollars. If that's working in your retirement plan is probably a way to get, you know, get ahead of that. And that all starts by knowing your numbers, picking up the phone being one of the first ten callers who saved at least two hundred and fifty thousand dollars for retirement calling us for the retire fit analysis no-obligation complementary, but you've got to pick up the phone now. Call us at six to three seven nine to fifty four ninety six again, six to three seven nine to fifty four ninety six and I know John you say, hey, but. Two of other pieces of the puzzle there, still more. Okay. So I'm gonna go. I'm gonna go right ahead healthcare. Okay. Moss? And the real demon here is if you do not have a plan for custodial care the cost. Custodial care. They're not covered by your Medicare supplement past ninety days. They're not covered by by Medicare. You're on your over that unless you have a plan used to be that long term care insurance could really be a great solution for this. But today, I have a I'd not telling anybody to cancel it. But I have a real issue with that. Because those premiums for people on a fixed income keep going up astronomically, and I meet people in their eighties most likely to use it with with premiums for the long term care insurance that they can't afford. So they cut the benefits way down or they let go of the insurance. I don't know that doesn't work out too nicely. So if you have long term care insurance, we wanna make sure you have the right benefits and you can afford increases. I'm not telling you to cancel it. But today under the pension. Protection Act there. The government has given us tools that.
"fifty five thousand dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Thirteen before the hour. What started out as an adult entertainment license inspection for years ago has turned into a costly settlement for the city of San Diego. Jim Roope reports sixteen exotic dancers have settled with the city over what they charged with some real bad behavior by some of its cops. Like, I wasn't even like a Brittany Murphy's. One of the dancers and says the experience was humiliating degrading and unexpected by the very people she expected to protect her live-in claim the officers entered the clubs for which they worked and hurt it into a room to inspect their adult entertainment permits. She says they were told to change from their street clothes into bras and underpants, and then the police began taking pictures of their tattoos and piercings surly treated and photographs of their tattoos. Like, they were criminals says the officers also used offensive language, and wouldn't let them leave kind of violated. Their attorney Dan Gillian says it was abuse. A show of force. Just a show of force like we can do this. But we're gonna do this. And we're gonna be jerks about it. And we're going to degrade you and humiliate you. We're gonna show you who's boss. The women sued in federal court attorneys for the San Diego. Police department argued the lawsuits should be tossed that the permitted spectrums. Follow the city's laws on inspection of adult entertainment businesses, and the photographing of two is was a usual practice as an easy way to identify dancers who often change their appearances US district. Judge 'em James Lorenzo disagreed at allow the case to move forward later. The judge in a pretrial ruling said the inspection provisions doesn't prevent police from using inspections as a means of harassing and discouraging adult entertainment businesses, therefore, violates the first amendment Gillian says it was that ruling that prompted the city council to unanimously approved a one point five million dollars settlement. You're never gonna get city attorney's office in or the city of San Diego Everton that they did anything wrong. But when they pay one and a half nine dollars. That's an. It's unclear if this settlement includes a review or change in the inspection process and practices and calls into the city have not been returned after court costs and attorney's fees. The women will each receive fifty five thousand dollars. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. It's eleven till Boston's parade for the World Series champion Red Sox is over but not before a fan damage the World Series trophy. Correspondent John Stolnis has more Red.
Free Tuition for All N.Y.U. Medical Students
"Five New York university's medical school is going to wish in free New York University says it is waiving tuition for all its medical students and the day they. Get their diploma the nobody nothing Kenneth Langone for whom the. School is named and who chairs its board says the move applies to all and why, you medical students, he spoke, in video. Released by the. School where tuition is currently, about fifty five thousand dollars a year and why you says it's concerned about a shortage of primary care doctors is a growing number of graduates pursue more lucrative specialties To pay off large student loans room board, and other expenses, still run nearly thirty thousand
"fifty five thousand dollars" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Three Fifty five thousand. Dollars and with, that the, continuance the requests made by the defendants public defender to push the arraignment into September was granted this suspect in the trader Joe's standoff returns to court to enter a plea on September, nineteenth live at the l. a. criminal. Courthouse Craig figure KNX ten seventy NewsRadio ten. Awake now on KNX state lawmakers are considering a. Limiting the states have felony murder rule that holds accomplices to the same standard as if they had personally committed the. Crime prosecutors say could create problems in. Resentencing prior offenders critics, say it's unfair that accomplishes can face execution or life prison. Sentence even if they were unaware that a killing would or did take. Place this issue goes before and assembly. Committee later, today chilling details are out about the fire tornado that engulfed parts of reading in northern California and killed a veteran. Firefighter it's not clear if it was one big tornado or. Several but the Cal fire accident report shows Veteran reading fire inspector Jeremy stoke was overcome by a funnel cloud of flames three hundred yards wide burning at twenty. Seven hundred, degrees fan by one hundred. Sixty five mile an, hour winds he was in his truck evacuating residents in the. Northwest part of reading when he spotted the tornado at seven thirty eight. At seven forty he radioed in May. Day he, was being burned over and then the radio goes silent the tornado went from being dangerous to inescapable in just moments. Reading resident Joe khaki knows how frantic it was to evacuate. I.
Denise, Charlie Sheen and Bruckmuller discussed on Sarah and Vinnie
"Is saying that he's blacklisted in Hollywood and needs to pay less child. Support So Initially when so he broke up with Denise. Richardson he's got two daughters with her and Bruckmuller who was his next wife who had those, twins who has she ever even left? Rehab she can't even stay out of rehab for two minutes without having heard anything out of her camp in a. While maybe she is out, in, okay maybe she never. Left What I'm thinking and apparently. The kids her sons are. Troubled. There was some talk Shoe isn't doing right drugs while she was pregnant with them so. Charlie is saying he can't afford to, pay these girls what. He's paying them anymore Denise is going on Housewife's maybe she could. Probably you know her it looks like, according to this story her child support was already way reduced a while ago because I remember at one point Bruckmuller, after they broke up she's I'm, not taking a. Penny less child support then Denise gets which at the time was something like fifty three or fifty four. Thousand dollars a, month Brooke gets fifty five thousand dollars a. Month in child support I don't know what, those kids are doing but. Apparently they need. Money therapy are Denise is. Kids high school, age now they got I don't know how, old. They. Are salmon Lola yes see how old see. How old, they are but anyway she's only getting. Twenty grand a, month so, only. Yeah only, well comparatively I mean supposedly she was at fifty. Plus and didn't he he bought the house bought the house that she was living in and then he sold it. Out from under her so. She's had to move No he sold her I want to say that was a that might. Have been a that Brit Chick that he was after Muller Because I think that that's these Richards and Bruckmuller actually sort. Of, got along at one point yes she was living right down the street and then that he was with that porn star. And they got engaged really fast and then she was like. These women out of your life and I think that's. When he sold the niece's house it's been a while she had to move out there Their early teams yeah they be somewhere so a few more, years and he's, not even gonna have to pay for. Them and, I don't know what she gets in. Spousal support or if she gets that at all so. Anyway he's requesting to modify the child support he plays to Denise and Brooke he says, his dwindling finances are no longer able to cover his family not that's his fault he has made hundreds of millions of dollars in. His career and he says now he's worth about ten million bucks he says I've been unable to find steady work I've been blacklisted for many aspects of the entertainment industry he's paying between the two of them about seventy five. Grand, a month in child support and that's I don't know if there's spousal support involved in that or if that's an addition. Olsen is out here thinking Olsen Brie she's one of the. Girls who said he had sex with me and knew. That he was HIV positive sheen says that he is In a dire financial crisis claims to have less than ten million bucks which still sounds like a lot but he. Was making one point eight million per episode was glory days full of money like hundred million the highest paid actor for awhile there And you know it's funny I think is if you are someone who like say Johnny Depp yeah, there's a guy who probably had, ten homes and island I bet. Charlie they're like where is the money Charlie like nine, homes I forgot. To tell you about or or not I actually don't think he's he's drugged it up And Zone? Right because I'm thinking like even hookers and blow. Aren't gonna aren't going to break the Bank if you have two hundred million. Dollars but when you fund weeklong parties Right Everybody's got Right A mill there Yeah so he's also saying along with, the child support he owes millions to lawyers to the IRS and he's got a. Mortgage on the I think he's down. To one house now I'm, not positive one and we always even though you and I have agents and pay them and know what. That, feels like we we usually. Forget these actors they're paying a percentage to managers and agents and publicists publicists. Adds, up right. Well they did I think about. His? Health, care right, he's you know it's it's. Not inexpensive to I think it's a pretty expensive cocktail that keeps you, keeps, it, suppressed although. Yeah I don't I didn't do all kinds of. Experimental stuff to he says he did So if if he makes a million dollars like. I. Mean. Forty percent of that is so now he's at, six hundred thousand after he pays the government another one hundred thousand goes to ten. Percent agent I don't know so that's. A half a million bucks, and then he's got right publicist and say another hundred million a hundred thousand for various people that are. On, the payroll I mean he's. Probably clear and three fifty four hundred thousand dollars for many for many. Million. He, pulls in. Any way whatever he's paying Brooke. It's? Going, to be, more than any normal single. Mothers going to be getting so she's and what is she what's her, skill, in, particular gets. Maybe doing heroin being unable to quit drugs like. Really special skill super Bob under ten still I was thinking the same right Yeah that seems like that. Relationship has, happened the, whole thing while you've, been back I was you know in fact isn't your isn't. Your anniversary coming up ten years I must I must. Have the, ten years, this month hold on, I must have linked dental tell me Let's take those boys are nine. Oh there. You go so yeah that must have all. Been happening. While you right when you. Got back Anyway he's got a hearing in September he's. Filed to modify the the support I. Wonder if he's. Getting residuals because. They, play the heck. Out, of, I had it on television yesterday three channels were playing the anger management Maybe you'll see that two and a half men yes two and a half men. Three separate channels getting residuals and he's Income right if he's going. To, go to the. Judge he'll. Show what. He's got and they'll. Figure it out? But nobody feel sorry for Charlie Sheen yeah now? Nobody, now no body all right, that's gonna do it what's, coming up The Bermuda. Trying God. It's news. It's back I'm fascinated. By the by.
"fifty five thousand dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Eight years as well that doesn't seem like a lot of money right right well the average person that is invested in a four one k for say forty years twenty five to sixty five you're gonna pay about one hundred fifty five thousand dollars in fees two percent a year i know it's crazy right but that's that's where we're at and if you could just learn to direct some of your own assets like we teach at the academy you'll be able to save that hundred fifty five thousand dollars which is a big deal because over the long haul if you're keeping that in the account and you're making money on top of it it's going to be a lot more it's exponentially better than having to pay out that fifty five thousand dollars so when we teach people how to self direct what we're doing is we're teaching them how to use it maybe we're not maybe you don't have to be an active trader in your longterm account maybe you are putting in some some passive strategies using etf's exchange traded funds now we talk about using mutual funds and most people are familiar with mutual funds it's a basket that some money manager has thrown a bunch of stocks into that they think are you know a good opportunity for growth and you're going to pay that person for their knowledge along the way right that's that two percent of that three percent that typically you're going to pay on your mutual fund now there are a lot of people that are very successful trading and or investing in etf's exchange traded fund as you just mentioned and let's say for example you're new to trading and you're like well if you're retired you know how much pharmaceuticals cost right i want to i want to invest in pharmaceutical companies but i don't know which company so you can get a pharmaceutical etf that invests in a whole bunch of them say i want to be in technology because that's what the whole world's about in technology stocks going crazy but what company can i invest in you know as so you can get into like a technology etf again this all comes with the knowledge that you're going to gain by taking the workshop at at.
"fifty five thousand dollars" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"And address her geissinger dropped twenty five grand at a casino on prostitutes over their house that took his total losses for the evening up to fifty five thousand dollars not counting whatever he paid dana already so i'm sure he's still the victim in all of this stupidity you call the cops and now they're trying to track down dana if that's her real name you're listening nice pay day for her next laser story is out of lady lake florida forty six year old guy named michael wayne hawk climbed the fence broke into a house and stole a tv then he put the tv in his getaway golf cart drove away that sounds like it's about to be a high speed chase and when michael was driving away he looked back to see if anybody was following him one problem when he was looking back he didn't notice he was accidentally guiding the car directly into a nearby lake the golf cart went in but michael managed to salvage the tv and swim away with it above his head really wanted this dvd at this point i feel like you almost deserves it for the effort when the cops started investigating the burglary they saw the tracks from the back of the house into the pond then they check the registration on the cart which was still floating in there and they found out it belonged to michael and then they just went to his house stole that authorities got there they saw michael watching the stolen tv in his wet clothes he was arrested for burglary and grand theft could not wait to watch that also the gulf kurt far outweighs the tv sir what did he want to watch so badly i wonder this next laser story is out of portland oregon tenyearold colleen named holly was having health issues last week and suddenly became paralyzed a lot of things can cause paralysis and dogs including a fractured vertebrae or cancer but in this case the vet could not figure out why it got to the point where all these owner decided to have him put down so he wouldn't suffer anymore but right before he was supposed to be euthanized an intern was prepping him and while she was prepping them she felt a lump behind one of his ears turns out the love she found was.
"fifty five thousand dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"And they officially priced and most are soon start to manufacture their first vehicle which will start at one hundred fifty five thousand dollars this is a coop coupet with over six hundred horsepower and it's a plug in hybrid would almost a hundred miles of the range on gusty electric portion of the bill so this'll be a flagship product which will be followed next year with an all electric vehicle that will be a direct competitor to the tesla model three and then may have bmw which showed its bmw x three electric i think they call it the i x three and instead it was kind of a concept but everybody knows this thing will be in dealerships in a little over a year and a half from now so in calendar year twenty twenty so this will have i think close to about two hundred forty mile range they'll have a seventy kilowatt hour battery and we'll look very much like the current three the very popular crossover premium model from the m w except the grill of the car will be slightly modified so that when you look at the car from straight from the front you'll know that it's the all electric one but the rest of the car looks very much like the existing regular gasoline and diesel extre now bmw have done something interesting because i'm actually driving the next three am right now whatever is three forty i the interesting thing that they've done is for instance the five thirty or the five thirty e x is the same price as the gas version of the cow so you could buy a five thirty for fifty three thousand dollars or five thirty i for around fifty three thousand dollars exactly the same price and that's their whole mantra bmw isn't it you can go buy.
"fifty five thousand dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"And they officially priced and most are soon start to manufacture their first vehicle which will start at one hundred fifty five thousand dollars this is a coup coupet with over six hundred horsepower and it's a plug in hybrid with almost a hundred miles of range on just the electric portion of the bill so this'll be a flagship product which will be followed next year with an all electric vehicle that will be a direct competitor to the tesla three and then we have bmw which showed its bmw x three electric i think they call it the i x three and they said it was kind of a concept but everybody knows this thing will be in dealerships in a little over a year and a half from now so in calendar year twenty twenty so this will have i think close to about two hundred and forty mile range it'll have a seventy kilowatt hour battery and we look very much like the current x three the very popular crossover pen premium model from the mw except the grill of the car will be slightly modified so that when you look at the car from straits on the front you'll know that it's the all electric one but the rest of the car looks very very much like the existing regular gasoline and diesel x three now bmw have done something interesting because i'm actually driving the next three m right now the whatever is three forty i the interesting thing that they've done is for instance the five thirty or five thirty e x is the same price as the gas version of the cow so you could buy a five thirty for fifty three thousand dollars or five thirty i for around fifty three thousand dollars exactly the same price and that's their whole mantra bmw isn't you can go buy the car and then choose.
"fifty five thousand dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio
"America's students with information and strategies about what works and k through twelve education and the ford foundation working with visionaries on the front lines of social change worldwide to address in equality in all its forms learn morefordfoundationorg it's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm david greene as the house and senate iron out a tax plan the nation's twenty million college students are waiting to see how it might affect them as are the schools they attend the plan is likely to touch everything from financial aid to research funding of both public and private institutions for more we turn to on your cabinet from the eighteen hey on you thanks for coming on thanks so much say that so i let me start if i am a college student got i wish that were still costudent someday so if i'm a couched in what should i be worried about is i look if he's textiles so the house spell takes aim at about six point five billion dollars worth of tuition and education tax benefits that students and families currently have that's according to the american council on education one part of this is the way that graduate student since currently pay for higher education they typically get waivers on their tuition in exchange for research or teaching and this bill would treat those waivers as income for well yes so it could be tax so let's say you know i could be a student phd students surviving on a fifteen thousand dollars syphon and i get a forty thousand dollar tuition waiver now i'm paying income tax on fifty five thousand dollars worth of suppose income that i'm getting workers liquor brings dramatic reverberated stood what what what about undergrads well the house bill also takes aim at other education tax benefits that parents can use to pay tuition and also that graduates can use to pay off their student loans what are the provisions or or cutting mutation of people both in heard both the senate and house bills currently are getting rid of the state and local tax deduction but we've heard about this from from lawmakers in republicans who who are in high tech spain states who said you can't do that the the.
"fifty five thousand dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Our solar system was either solar doing landscaping was about fifty five thousand dollars at six and a quarter now again on those lows what they do is they take it him out they talent that will put it on your property tax bill and get the data out there get the deduction but i mean at six and a half percent you get it adoption you're still paying more that if you were to take it out of the mortgage but that's increased as property taxes from about three hundred eighty dollars a month to fifteen hundred dollars so he's currently paying out five thousand a a month in his principal and interest payment and the is property taxes and dogged on on your money out of the root out why great low yeah and he's got great raid on his first at three point three seven five and that's a fifteen year he sent trucked so he talked with this financial planner is financial planner said okay in order for us to make up the difference what we're gonna need to do is we're going to need to take 75000 gross out of your retirement accounts so that we can cover the difference in both the decrease in the retirement income and help pay for the mortgage debt the productized stop there because my financial brain in san seventy five thousand dollars out of a one point two milliondollar retirement portfolio is too much he's you start taking that kind of money out if you keep pace with inflation and you're going to go broke eventually yeah it's all he was a little bit uncomfortable with that and so is financial planner being that i've work with him said you know what steve a call let's just see if it makes sense to refinance and see if we can lower your monthly out.
"fifty five thousand dollars" Discussed on WDRC
"And um uh giving has a financial peace coordinator at my church thank you haven't seen no my pleasure um i have a single mom who has done a great job of getting our son through engineering called that free um what and she's currently working class with him blythe she's got a hundred and fifty five thousand dollars in tunisia i conclude and hence uh and she was widely is he has student loans he now through debt free i okay so i'm having gotten because i don't like to be intrusive yana um i don meaning king he had well one hundred mv abdala arimco uh not exactly sure i do know she's a teacher hearing florida is not popular help you um so he just kinda wanted to know where to house with ticket on the foul basically i mean some i did here uh another coordinator we've been doing it for a uh a lot longer than i have i just looked a class in february fees they stated that you might uh go neighbouring michael moore gigi far would never quarter shouldn't be telling people that stood in liliana mortgage and maybe should have to uh uh you're going to have to attack had there it sounds like as an a blot income and has affleck pile of that maybe her engineer sun though she paid for when she should have been paying for our own school kgb give mom some money out of his new income because she she's got a way to go here but now i don't move step saw the gloves the oh boy.
"fifty five thousand dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Smarter than this don't waste fifty five thousand dollars that is silly ari coming up next we're gonna shift gears again it's high school football season there is a great story we ran of cheboygan paper and i think usa usa today actually picked it up the tough life of high school football coaches they're not really compensate up for the amount of time they spend coaching your kids and football dig into that knacks but right now from the wtmj breaking news center here's our pasta guilt joseph jack abou ski has been convicted today and federal weapons charges yacuboski stole twenty guns from a gun store near genes villa last spring and he led police on a 10day mannheim before he was finally captured in vernon county the search is on for missing girl from milwaukee police are searching for an 11yearold girl named e princes golden he was last seen two days ago on the north side we do have a picture of her posted on our website at wta i'm jay dot com and president trump is meeting with republicans and democrats from the house taxwriting committee as he planned the big announcement tomorrow on his tax overall proposal meanwhile president spending time with the prime minister of spain today's you know the joint news conference later this hour time for the wtmj drake associates market up date right now the dow is up twelve to twenty two thousand three eight the nasdaq up twenty three to sixty three 94 the sp up three to twenty five hundred wtmj pellawi w i got com timesaver traffic 94.
"fifty five thousand dollars" Discussed on WLAC
"Eight hundred fifty five thousand dollars suggest that may be what ended up happening with the seattle seahawks was that they brought in calling catholic they made an offer to him of around nine hundred thousand dollars call uncapped nick said no pete carroll didn't want to throw colin kaepernick under the bus and get involved in the details of their negotiation and mid it makes this response make a little bit more sense think about this back in june this is what pete carroll said when colin kaepernick a left and the seahawks signed did offside austin davis he's a starter in this league you know an end end you know i i can't imagine that and we we have a starter in on but he's a star in this league and i can't imagine if somebody won't give him a chance split that sounds exactly like what happened doesn't it when you listen to that pete carroll comet let's listen to add again okay i want to presume that the info that we don't have hemingway said that writing is all about like and like an iceberg great iceberg theory as ever hear that that you always see that tip of the iceberg but good writing has to be supported by the base of an iceberg right like you'd other words you only see a small part of the overall story but that foundation to the story has to be really strong beneath the ice all were seeing is this part of the story colin kaepernick travels to seattle me meet face to face with pete carroll then suddenly when everybody expects that seattle is going to sign potentially colin kaepernick this monkey rates gets thrown into the equation and the seahawks go off and they sign austin davis and we get this.
"fifty five thousand dollars" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Current of course you better you have to keep your car payment current to if you have one you know i mean you know it's not tied into the home loan of course but but you could use a reverse mortgage the by home but bruce you also said that any of our listeners who have a reverse mortgage maybe they've had added for ten years and they're saying wait a minute our houses gained a lot of value we sure could use an extra fifty or one hundred thousand dollars now you're saying they could refinance their existing reverse mortgage and get a new reverse mortgage that's right i just just yesterday met with a wonderful lady who is she got her lone actually ten in two thousand seven and now we can refinance her home if the value comes in what we think at in she she's going to end up getting about fifty five thousand dollars more well you for travel he says i'm getting older now and i really my kids don't care about the value of the horror about inheriting now and i want to enjoy these last few years warm stillhealthy an shoot planning on a trip to italy to go see all the work of michelangelo nice nice for you know how many thousands of people listening right now really would love to do that if you're one of here you're not sixty two yet when i got just 62 all want to do it to but in any case oh i'm past six oh okay anyway we won't talk about that but but but a lot of our listeners is wait a minute i could have that money and do anything i want with it rain some of the options of the way that our listeners have that added money and of course there's no restrictions at all on what you do with that money you could burn it if you want to the throat not let's say behind auto tax free money you that's a big question a lot of people have money is i considered loan proceeds not income so not tact but they could receive it as a lump sum they could take it is monthly income if they wanted to as well so you could tend to check every month to their bank account two hundred five hundred thousand dollars every month we could also set.