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When is the right time to sell your business with Michelle L. Seiler Tucker
"So show so many businesses feeling right now when is the best time to sell a business and then of course breakdown. Why like steve. Forbes says eight out of ten businesses will not sell and the reason that eight out of ten businesses will not sell us because business owners. Don't plan to exit. They really don't think about selling until an internal or external catastrophic event has occurred and by then is typically too late because your businesses typically turning downward the best time to sell. Your business is when your business is doing well and at its peak. The problem is most business owners. Don't plan to exit so in exit rich. I've developed what i call the s. t. Gps model and for from day one of starting or buying a business. Start with the in in mine so you should plan just like a gps when you get in your car and you turn on your gps. What are you put on your destination. Same thing with your business. You need to put in your destination. What is your desired cells price. If you wanna sell your business for twenty million dollars plug in two thousand nine million dollars. Then what do you need to know for. Gps you need to know where you're starting from. What is your current evaluation. Your current location. If you're five million dollars and you want to sell for twenty million dollars then you need your timeframe if you want to do this in five years you say okay. I want to five years for twenty million dollars on more five million dollars now. Who's going to be my buyers. There's five different types of buyers. You're not going to be able to celta first time buyer because they can't afford you so you can roll them out. You can roll out a turnaround specialists because they buy distressed assets so either strategic competitor serial entrepreneur or a private equity. Group will be buying you then you need to know. What is their pie buying criteria. What does it goes. Revenues have to look like where does the eba earnings before interest taxes depreciation and amortization have to be and what are the characteristics of the business meaning does business on all all cylinders. What we call all the solid tucker six-piece fire nation eight out of ten businesses will not sell. I mean think about that. Eighty percent of businesses are not going to be sold and so many of them. I would say probably at least eight or nine businesses that start start at least warning thinking some day they will but like michelle just shared. They don't start with the end in mind. You must start with the end in mind. And i love. He developed system. Michelle that fines. You can follow along step by step by step so they can start on the right foot and then of course and on a high note in on that right foot. So how specifically can new entrepreneurs. We're talking people that are just getting going. Designed their business to sell for a profit in the near term future. The up so i i need to get their hands on john because it is littlest step by step blueprint by the way. It was endorsed by steve forbes as well and so in an exit ridge so we go to step by step blueprint. Even for new entrepreneurs new entrepreneurs need to follow what just went through which is a s. t. gps exit model. And then they need to build a business on what are called the t. speeds and if you a business on the six you're going to have sustainable scalable and when you're ready sellable business you musical through those peace now. John brig down girl all right. I'm gonna break down here. We go so number one the most one of the most important pieces people. You don't build a business. You pull you bill. People and people build the business so you have to have the right people in the right seat and you have to ask the who question who in your business opens up. Who does well customer service issues. Who does manufacturing who does logistics distribution environmental issues tax issues accounting. Who does what human resources. The clue to the who john is. It should never be you so you should always have somebody's name next to that. Who so you have a sustainable business that runs without you and have the right people in the right seat. Many business owners have people that have good talented people but they haven't been wrong. See and let me just illustrate this a little bit farther. If you're a dental practice. And you're the only test and i try to sell your dental practice. I take you out of business. There is no business same thing with a chiropractic office or are a law firm or medical practice. So you gotta make sure you have the right people in the right. See and ask the who question and make sure your name is number next to who the second p is product. So ask yourself. Is your industry on a way up on the way out. Do you have an amazon or do you have a blockbuster and if you have a blockbuster you need to pivot unique to figure out what to do next. You need to ask yourself transformational questions. Get outta transactional become transformational. Ask yourself what business in my an. What do i do really really really well. And what business. Should i be an and let me just illustrate this. A little bit farther amazon. John businesses amazon starred in books books so amazon. Ask themselves what business. Oem wearing a book business. Then ask themselves. What do we do really well. What did they do very well john. We sell books. Yes so bucks. But what did they do really really really. While they difficult film it really really logistics was amazing. Yep and then ask themselves then what business should we be. In and they said we should be in a fulfillment business. Not the book business. So those three questions. Those street transformational questions is what turn amazon into the multi billion dollar conglomerate that it is today so ask yourself those three questions and sometimes you didn't outsider's perspective to help you see what you do really really well what you should be doing differently.
Fresh update on "five million dollars" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Is free talk. Live and you're invited to join us. The number six zero three two three sixty one sixty six zero three two eight three six one six zero. You can join us your bring up. Whatever you want that. We're talking about crypto currency and is a crackdown coming Janet yellen is the current appointee or the potential appointee to a political position known as the secretary of treasury She was asked him questions while she was being interviewed about. This particular role and one of the questions was about crypto currency. And what she wanted to do about. It will continue that discussion here in just a moment but freedoms phoenix is a liberty oriented news aggregation site if you want the newest and the freshest stories and perspectives on current events from those who value liberty freedoms phoenix dot. Com has their daily dispatches the best way to stay up to date on science technology historical findings liberty news government overspending and the rise of the police state. It's freedoms with an spf dot com. That's freedoms phoenix dot com with you. Tonight it's ian anchors and tj the spine. And so chris continue here with us on ars technica dot com where the story about possible crackdown crypto. They're basically talking about the new Rules that they're gonna try to use to tighten tighten the noose tightened the screws on crypto currency based money laundering. So under the new rules which is already illegal. Okay already league under the new rules. Cryptocurrency based exchanges would need to file trends action reports with fincen anytime a customer mayday cryptocurrency transaction. Worth more than ten thousand dollars. There's that magic number again. Which it's kind of curious because now i i'm no expert on this but there's already Like regulations on businesses that sell and accept cash over a certain amount. And so i would think that would already apply well but most of these hold on. But most of these crypto. I don't think it would. Because most of these crypto transactions aren't for cash. A lot of them are crypto to crypto. Meaning that they would trade say bitcoin for bitcoin cash or bitcoin for like coin is there not involving fiat currency out at all so they wouldn't apply they're just little digital thing that are being. They're trying to add to the regulations to be able to go after conversion between cryptocurrencies. Not that's what it sounds like to me. They're yeah they're saying that if they're saying that if the amount of dash that you sold for bitcoin or vice versa is worth away they. It doesn't like that though. Let me continue. Okay this would mirror. Existing rules require conventional banks to report when customers make cash withdrawals or deposits worth more than ten thousand dollars. I don't know that to me. Sounds like but that with cash right if they're going to required. Yeah i guess it could just be. The journalist doesn't know what they're actually proposals legal. That's a possibility stuff I know i. It definitely does seem something doesn't seem right to me because i'm pretty sure there's already seems crazy crazy. If i've got ten thousand dollars worth of bitcoin. Eleven thousand dollars worth of bitcoin. And i decide i think dash is going to go up so i trade it all for dash. Is that going to be a reportable event. And then i trade it all back because i get cold feet about dash. I want to go back to what you're saying definitely seems like it makes more sense right so none of this makes sense. Well i mean the way grades the way it's worded here in the story. I think doesn't make much sense because they're saying it's not illegal but i feel like it kind of is but i think what you're saying is they're targeting. The conversion between crypto currencies. Well i think makes more sense. Because i normally normally if you were one of the things that they certainly go after businesses for when cartels go and they buy up like expensive drylands yeah diamonds for example or you know fur coats and things of that. Nature are very high ticket items. And they do that. In order to basically launder the money. Sure and that's money that's considered money laundering. But it's not money laundering when you don't have any legal business so money laundering as i understand. It is only the if you have done something illegal so prostitution or drug dealing or something like that. You have proceeds from that illegal activity you got paid for it you then take those proceeds and you try to put them into the system yes so to put him in a bank but there's also regulation says i understand it on over. If if the transactions over certain amount has to be reported that doesn't have to do with money laundering. Correct might be now. There is there is like that may result in any investigation for money laundering. Because you know if if you put if you put eleven thousand dollars into a bank account and a cash transaction report is filed in theory. They could use that to say what's going on with this new and then probably because cash transaction reports are pretty regular so they're cash transaction. Reports happens all the time. It's not just it's not just banks it's businesses as well but the reason that most businesses don't have to file a report and they might it might have a slightly different name What a business has to do than a bank but most businesses don't have to do it because most businesses are selling goods that are over ten thousand dollars. They're getting either money order or wire transfer check check or something and that because that's an electronic means exempt exempt. That's right so if i were to take for example if i were to sell i sell. Large dollar amounts worth of technology gear. Yeah all the time but how can how often have i gotten over ten thousand dollars worth of cash and i can tell you. I don't think i'd ever gotten over ten thousand dollars for the cash and let me also not applicable but it would be if i did decide to take know fifty thousand dollars from some corporation and wants to my wife cards from us and i will tell you it's called form forty. Three hundred offense informed forty three hundred if you're a private business and someone comes in and says hey i'd like to ten thousand dollars or more of goods in a single day and they pay you in cash or currency equivalents. You have to file a forty three hundred with the irs reporting that person social their name their id right to let them know that your business and if you willfully failed to do that it doesn't matter if the fill was willful or not but if you fail to do that it is a serious felony. They can come and sees all of your business they can seize the money they can seize the money he gave you the. How is anyone supposed to know that. Because i mean look with a bank. The banks don't right with a with a bank. There are bank secrecy act regulations so the bankers have compliance officers. They know all this stuff from top to bottom. You know you get trained on it when you start working at the bank even as a teller this is something that they use to go after people that don't like it has nothing to do with you. Know any kind of like moral usually what happened this more of a persecution thing. It's it all comes down to. Yeah usually the way. The police will get like a car dealership or something as they'll come in drug dealer will come in and say i'd like to purchase ten mercedes and he'll pay five million dollars cash or whatever and they'll arrest the car dealership because they'll say come on any reasonable person should have no. There was no reasonable way that this guy could have been legit. You should've looked at him and said who who pays five million dollars in cash and rich. Who doesn't want to have information. You know kept privacy. Understand that well you know. So usually they'll have him on tape going like i'm a very successful drug lord and i'd like to buy one of your car and pay cash. Then that's money laundering money laundering. Yeah so art. Six zero three two eight hundred sixty one.
MacKenzie Scott gives Chicago-based Easterseals its biggest-ever donation
"Here to go behind the headlines as crain's chicago business editor and wire and great to see you as always so. Let's start with chicago based nonprofit easter seals which serves people who have disabilities. They're getting a massive donation from a pretty big name who has been given out a lot of money lately. Tell us about that. Well mackenzie scott. As you mentioned peres. Is the ex wife of amazon billionaire. Jeff bezos and she has been using the wealth that she generated through her divorce from him to become truly one of the most important philanthropists of our day. We just learned that she's given easter seals. One hundred sixty two million dollars to spread out over twenty two of easter seals. Us affiliates including its national headquarters. Which does happen to be here in chicago That easter seals gift is part of an overall four billion dollar gift. That scott has just made in the past few weeks to be split between nearly four hundred organizations a another recipient with local routes Is united way of metro chicago which we reported last week is getting twenty five million dollars from
Fresh update on "five million dollars" discussed on Discover Lafayette
"Renovating the shelters this year It's gonna in in adding more space between people is gonna greatly reduce our capacity at both shelters which is hard to accept knowing that In the past if anyone needed shelter we could take them in unsheltered homelessness and really Was it an all time low in recent years because we turn no one away and so it's hard to accept that that we can't take any body in and everybody in and get everyone off the streets and so it's it's just challenged the delivery of service that we have and But we will be returning to sheltering hopefully later this year and finding alternative ways of addressing unsheltered homelessness. You wanna talk about. I know you've got a plan for the five million dollar grant if you'd like to talk about the grant first. She kind of shared something with me. That i found fascinating before we started taping about how the grant was distributed right So we were contacted by representatives from the foundation in the fall late fall and asked to submit a it was really a brief application considering the the size of the grant. We were surprised that the application was as minimal as it was the way that the the foundation is established as that he has a hey committee of experts that He is selected from around the country that work in this area Addressing family homelessness and applying those practices. And so we were identified by that committee that he has as an organization to be considered but really made the as. You're sure that's right. Yes and a document right what you do right. And so we submitted the application and it basically said how would you spend five million dollars it because we were invited to apply for the five everyone was different was invited to apply at different levels and so we received application inviting to apply for the five million and it was granted to us and amazon stock. Which is a little bit of a twist to to a donation. We've never received a donation at one time of this amount and we've never received a stock donation of this meaningful size and so You know it's kind of dilemma. Do we keep it invested or do you wish the smartest path to take and they want you to spend it the the desire is to spend it on the in a good yeah working continue to grow absolutely absolutely but there's ways to take out loans against your you know biggest your investments in those your questions that we're gonna have to figure out but it was very quick. I think within two to three weeks..
Jerry West allegedly talks recruiting Kawhi Leonard to Clippers
"Start with what i think is the most fascinating story of the day little offbeat little out there little weird but absolutely interesting. Do you know where i'm going. I disagree with you about all that but go ahead and explain you. Don't think it's fascinating and this guy is full of crap. No the voice okay. Let's let's set it up so this is a story that started bubble up earlier this week. A guy named johnny wilks is suing jerry west for not making the two point five million dollar payment that he was promised in exchange for his help in landing by the clippers and the clippers went on denied. The claims and said jerry. West didn't even know this guy today way. When did the cooper say that in their statement clippers or providing. Nba evidence that these allegations are false. Right but i've never heard the cooper see. You never knew this guy okay. I'll read the clippers statement lawsuit kabajani wha- replete with inaccuracies allegations are baseless. The clippers are fully cooperating the nba in this investigation Blah blah blah clippers are providing the nba with evidence that the allegations are false. They never denied specifically nine. That's johnny wolverine on the voice mail. So there's a voicemail and so the clippers are out denying it. Meanwhile this guy named johnny wilkes released a voicemail that clearly jerry west right. No no dispute that it's jerry west right right The jerry west left on johnny wilks phone hit that hordic. Excuse me this. Is jerry calling You know. I really want to thank you for know trying to help her. This morning. that everyone over the lakers can thank going getting I just. I had hard to believe that he would want to go to. This show. Very would not even be winning. Getty name in the paper. And he wouldn't be the face of the franchise s richer might be the best player on the team but Hope things are well and will again. I really really appreciate everything. you've done. we will I'll keep your prized. What goes on. But i do wanna get together with you privately and and love to take you to dinner and even sam if he's arou- so we can so i can lease they married to you guys for being so generous and helpful. I'll take care talk you sometimes so so really really appreciate your help really appreciate your offering to take him to. Dinner is a long way from offering him. Two point five million dollars. And did you see the other stuff. This guy wilks is alleging was on the table. That's the most fast. Okay so now. I know why the nba opened up an investigation. Or yesterday you ask me well. Why if this guy is just some money grubber. Why would the nba care. Here's why they care in the lawsuit wilkes also alleges that the if leonard signed with the clippers leonard uncle dennis would receive a house in southern california along with travel expense and that clippers owner steve balmer would fund a hundred million dollar marketing campaign for kawhi leonard. So if if any of that is true that is a blatant violation of the. That's circumventing the salary cap rules. You're giving him value more over and above what his contract pays right. But i think this guy loses all credibility when he says that jerry west was going to give them two point five million dollars just for helping him talked to qui- jerry west doesn't need johnny wilks to talk to anybody and so i have trouble believing this guy. Johnny wilks is. I mean if lie about that chances are you would lie about this. One hundred million dollar marketing campaign the slush fund for uncle. Danettes you are. You actually think this guy. Johnny wilks is telling the truth. Look it's the clippers. It's the clippers you know. They were desperate for desperate for them. They're nowhere without kawhi. He's become the second where them while they're nowhere nowhere with them to write But but this is the centerpiece of their france. The cornerstone that they're building around. Why would they not go to the wall and do anything. It took to get cold leonard. Well i i think the opened an investigation because of those last two points. They made the gets a house and travel expense account and the one hundred million dollar marketing campaign for quiet. You can't do that. Because then free agency is a complete sham. It just goes to ever has the most money if you can offer all that other stuff. So that's why they're looking into it now. They're looking into it. Because this johnny wilks lawsuit consistent. Johnny woke lot is going to say this stuff wouldn't even come up without johnny walk so there's already credibility in the lawsuit. I don't think well no. I disagree that the johnny looks credible in any way. But here's what. Here's what. I'll say i've known jerry west for thirty years. I don't think jerry west would be this stupid now. Of course i could be wrong but jerry's been one of the most upfront direct. And he's almost too candid. Your can be very very candid with everybody. He deals with the i n for johnny. Will you know it's. He's shooting at the king here. Johnny wilks and there's so many people know jerry and he has such a body of work that would indicate he would never do anything like this. That i don't think johnny luke's can win. Unless he has another audiotape. Where with jerry sing. I'm going to give you two point. Five million if you get us why. I think his lawsuits dead in the water. What do you think well. you know. it's interesting. I think there might be something here. Yeah i don't know how you're getting there. This is this is steve bomber. This is a guy who's made of money. This was a guy who's desperate to get his team on the map in los angeles where they are not on the map. Frankly haven't been on the map and certainly worn on the map before qui- so is it. Possible that steve balmer offered extra monetary benefit to kawai in order to get them. I think that's worth an investigation.
Fresh update on "five million dollars" discussed on Discover Lafayette
"Charities became entrepreneurs by taking over ownership of crossroads catholic bookstore which is now known as crossroads collective late last month catholic charities announced that it was selected to receive a five million dollar grant from the jeff bezos day one families fund the funds will be used provides shelter in hunger support to address the immediate needs of young families. It looks like there's a lot to talk about kim boudreau. Welcome to discover lafayette. Thank you jan. Great to be with you again. Oh my goodness. It's always great to see you kim. And there's so much going on that congratulations on that huge grant. I know that's one of the largest five million dollars. Is the top rate amount that they award so this isn't just handed out to groups that don't have a proven track record. Congratulations thank you thank you. We're obviously apple to be Selected for this award and to be entrusted with us investment on behalf of our community and of all the times that we could receive such a gift like this. It was a such a blessing that we received it at the end of twenty twenty when our communities never faced so much need After a year of covid and the hurricanes that south louisiana experienced in two thousand twenty the needs that are being presented to our organization into our community of nonprofits is greater than ever so We're grateful humbled And we look forward to investing it in to people in our community. You must have some great grant writers When i looked on. Jeff bezos website. The day one families fund many many cities that are much larger than us. We're given incredibly large grants. Have one point two five million or two million but five million dollars it sounds like given the statistics of homelessness and Food insecurity here in south louisiana that this does come at the right time and i looked on on your website and i wanted to share that Just if people don't know homelessness and acadian has increased eighty two percent since january. But then there's also been a seventy seven percent decrease in emergency shelter beds. I know it's because of covid..
Beeple on How He Raked In $3.5 Million
"Today's guest is mike winkelmann a beagle. Welcome mike great nice to have you so you're a digital artist and you've worked with apple. Louis vitton nike justin bieber and katy perry even producing one digital artwork a day for over thirteen years. How did you get into crypto So a bunch of people just started telling me you should check out this. Nfc stuff and so really only like two months ago. I looked into the space a bit closer and saw a bunch of names that i recognize. You know in my certified design area. And so as i go there definitely seems like there's some here and so i like dole van and i have a computer science degree you know. I'm not a programmer. But you know that piece of it really started like interested me so it. Just the possibilities. I thought were just endless. There was just a bunch of things people by try and get it. I thought sounded really really finally. Try and you ended up having a big digital art sale last weekend that rakes in three point. Five million dollars. Congratulations thank you. Yeah it was crazy the to see. But i also think like it truly is like sort of the start of people really like collecting the I think you know the the the physical tolkien paired with the the annettee. I think email makes it something. People can really understand and sort of like speaks to their inner sort of like collecting voice. And i think it's just the system that you know will be a the future of sort of like you know collecting artwork sieve. Tell us more of the details about that sale. What did you offer. How did you offer it and what happened. Sure saw the biggest thing that i think is different from this sale than previous sales. Is that each of the pieces. Included a physical token you know a digital screen that was very closely tied to the like blockchain. Though it wasn't sort of like you know cries that could be separated easily from the nfl at something. That's very sort of meant to be looked at as one piece And so i. I made you know people ask collect dot com which sort of like houses the collection and then You know there was an open edition For those on sale for just five minutes and then you know which also includes physical token twenty one auction throat. The weekend Sold single edition You know sort of pieces to the highest bidder and so that was sort of like the components of the draft. So you know all weekend. We sold six hundred thousand dollars worth of the open edition five minutes and then you know the everyday's themselves the auction we're going over one hundred thousand dollars on average at last piece went for seven hundred seventy seven thousand dollars so i think it just shows that there's like a huge appetite for you know a tightly sort of connected digital and physical sort of like
Fresh update on "five million dollars" discussed on KSR
"Kentucky brandon mic. Drop the day mike. Grab perfect timing. Let's go over a couple of news. Things they announced yesterday that the rupp sweets the sweets for all the the lexington club people right like all the folks there are going to hang out with. The sweets are five million dollars over budget and they still have one to build. Well what do we think that and say there's going to have to be some Some palm greasing going on here palm greasing. Yeah go begging for some money. Five million dollars over budget. They were built by the city at the request of uk and now the city says we're kind of going to uk going ain't going to give us more money. We did this for you. Or you're gonna have basic cable here nothing so And also what a terrible time to build those yet. Kovic team stinks right now. Not a good situation there for the reps which which by the way just for the record always thought were bad idea. You have always thought that was a bad idea. Still think it's bad at it. You should tell alcohol two games but the idea of having those sweets to me was always waste at the center. They have sweet but you can see the game in them. There's a that you can't but they're like right underneath. This was in a different part. I always thought this was bad. And now it's five million dollars over budget. I think it's even more of a bad idea that alcohol trained and just circling new circle road and it just picking up steam. Just wait well part of that. The thought was though that part of the incentive to go to those sweets was going to be the alcohol so their argument is well if you take the alcohol way while will people go to the sweets. They're not even really in the same building as the basketball cup in the convention. It's of like the equivalent of going to the high bar and being allowed to go back to your seat which you can't do..
Netflix's audio-only mode could threaten podcasting
"Letterman walks out. Onstage blows a kiss to the crowd grabs a might cover much. Thank you takes the mic office. Stand to see you move over. Podcasting net flicks is rolling out an audio only mode to the android app. The app also has variable speed playback and a feature called audio description. Which as you've just heard tells you what's happening on screen. The company will hope you. Don't listen to a podcast when you can listen to a movie or tv show instead. Try and digital has released the latest podcast report. The data covers most of november. The top five remains unchanged with npr at number one total downloads from the top ten publishers drops by more than five percent in a month that included the us presidential election and thanksgiving an incomplete rancor it measures participating publishers only and notably not iheart radio. Edison research published their ten for twenty compilation of their biggest findings from twenty twenty expects audio consumption spoken word and us election voting willing to that from our show notes now newsletter today story board and enterprise podcast and hosting platform has raised four point. Five million dollars in funding bryant barletta. The first sounds profitable deep dive yesterday. Looking at pod scribe. It's free to watch on the profitable website. Espn podcasting had a record year with ninety six point five million downloads in october alone. They say vox media studios to double the amount of shows it makes and plans to bring in one hundred million dollars in revenue in two thousand and twenty one. Steve hand wonders if independent podcasting has peaked. He was formerly at google's audio mused division at a us public radio. Nick held him to. Is broadly pessimistic about the podcast industry available content massively exceeds available interest. He claims and the changes in the industry in two twenty are a long way from won't made podcasts. Special he says and captivate has launched show notes snippets a simple way to at creatine snippets to your show notes. I'm an adviser. What does it take good and effective secretary. The president's cabinet well first of all congratulations. I'm thrilled by news that you're going to be nominated. That's a clip. From the deciding decade with pete buttigieg who learned had been nominated as transport secretary while he was doing a podcast with hillary clinton podcast. One australia has lost a show. And russia's podcast 'em salvation will become an independent production in two thousand and twenty one. She describes her relationship with sea. Who owned podcast one in australia as an abusive relationship. I keep going back to sa hired. Her for short lived stint on the ailing today. A famine sydney one in a list of underinvested breakfast shows on the formerly market leading station. Crooked media's wind of changes to be adapted for television says deadline and a sports podcast has crowd funded over one hundred thirty five thousand dollars in two weeks that tennis podcast has received funding from nearly one thousand two hundred listeners in the uk. It's been going since two thousand twelve
Fresh update on "five million dollars" discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Hundred four. They launched the new oxford english dictionary project. Over a period of five years. They had to input all sixty million words and three hundred and fifty million characters which made up all the definitions and supplements as well as new additions and definitions. The project used one hundred. Twenty people doing data entry and fifty proofreaders. The total cost was thirteen. Point five million dollars. Once it was digitized however it would never have to be done again. The second edition known as a d two was released in nineteen eighty nine. It was twenty volumes and twenty thousand seven hundred and thirty pages long. A cd rom of the dictionary was released in one thousand nine hundred and an online version. Two thousand. The second edition was mostly digitizing and condensing the supplements into the main dictionary with some updates and additions after the launch of the online version. In two thousand work began on the third edition. This would be a complete revision and rewrite of the entire dictionary as with the first edition which released print updates from eighteen. Eighty four to nineteen twenty eight. The third edition is releasing periodic updates onto the online version. The third edition is expected to be complete in the year. Twenty thirty seven. It will approximately double the size of the dictionary..
Coaching search updates: Kevin Steele the favorite at Auburn
"Obviously we're in the middle. Coaching carousel to and i think the most interesting one right now is auburn I think they spent twenty one point. Five million dollars to buy out gus malzahn. We could argue whether he should have been fired or not the end of the day. He lost the momentum there and they the boosters put the you know got out the hat and collected the money and they fired him. So you think okay. You're gonna fire Coach gus malzahn. All that money. You're going to want to go out and get like the splashes possible coach. You can get tell us who's actually leading the coaching search right now as we reported this morning. That sources are telling me that the front runner for this job right now is defensive coordinator kevin steele and while that may blow some people's minds. He has some very very influential people at auburn who are big believers in him and in his corner at auburn. Especially that matters right so look We have a story up but the athletic now about who's in the mix there and the ones. I think one of the people who is really a big contender against kevin steele on this front is lane. Kiffin at ole miss But i think he would have a hard time turning that job down. I think he's obviously a big name. Now he's foreign four. It's it's interesting in that. I think a saturday's game between ole miss and lsu doesn't mean a whole heck of a lot. You know outside of those two programs. But i think it may may need a little bit of something potentially at auburn as crazy as it sounds because for some people at auburn i think they could shape it and saying all right kevin steele dreadful run as the head coach at baylor twenty. Plus years ago he was one and thirty one in big twelve. Play at baylor is a long time ago but people. I've talked to down there have made the case where you know what at had a bad record. The first time he was a head coach and he just won a national title a year ago. And my my counter. That was well. He did have to times as interim pretty lengthy runs where he was at least able to show people he's evolved and grown and those people said look a people at auburn feel like kevin steele's been the guy who's hold it together for them the last few years he is very well respected within the scc And so also know how. Attractive is lane to auburn. He did a really good job at fau their foreign You know if he loses to. Lsu's not very good this year. He's foreign five. I think probably diminishes a little bit No its first year. It wasn't like anybody expected out all messed great. But he's definitely a candidate As billy napier from louisiana Maybe who freezes is somebody that that auburn would push for. I think and you still have steve sarkisian there. You know also in the state of alabama So it's a really interesting. Search in auburn is wildly unpredictable. What does but From what i heard they would love to have a coach Decided upon by the beginning of next week
Roku and WarnerMedia reached an agreement for the distribution of the HBO Max on the Roku platform
"Agreed to pay a sixty five million dollars civil penalty without admitting or denying the charges. Balkam out that. It's working with google to provide support for its chipsets for three years of major os updates and for years of security updates. Starting with the flagship snapdragon eight hundred eighty eight assoc- this support will extend even low and chipsets. These updates will be provided to
Kelly Loeffler's Atlanta mansion 'Descante' mysteriously dropped in value by millions of dollars, giving her a tax cut of roughly $88,000
"Republican senator kelly law flers multimillion dollar home rapidly depreciated in value resulting in a much lower property tax bill. Now no one can explain why especially at a time when all of her neighbors property values went up She and her husband had pumped money into remodeling this extravagant mansion. And usually when you do that the property value goes up. But i'll give you the details and you decide for yourselves. If something shady is going on leffler in her husband. Jeffrey sprecher bought a fifteen thousand square foot atlanta mansion known as discount for ten point five million dollars in two thousand nine the value of the estate as praise by fulton county government officials for the purpose of calculating annual property tax stews. Remain the same for the next seven years but then something weird happen in two thousand sixteen. The praise value suddenly plunged to four point. One five million sixty percent decline. So how does that translate to lower property tax while property taxes of course are calculated based on the value of the home and if the value of the home goes up your property tax bill goes up and if it goes down of course your property tax bill goes down now. Originally they were paying two hundred thousand dollars annually to the city and county governments in property taxes. That in two thousand sixteen after their home's value dropped. They paid ninety thousand dollars since then. The appraised value of their home has risen to roughly five million. But they're still paying about eighty thousand dollars less a year than they did when they first bought their home
Are You Managing A Superstar Google Ads Account And Don't Even Know It?
"I told you something today And you were just like whoa. That is a serious topic. So what did i tell you chris. You told me of the remarkable experience of stepping into the realm of a superstar account. When the person has no idea you've seen those antique shows right where the person's like i bought this garage sale. The lady was like hundred. My grandmother had it and they're like it's worth five million dollars and everybody's like freaking out. That's the experience that you told me about. And i was like yes. That is a real thing. And i've had it happened to me and i'm i'm stoked to talk about it because i it's a i want to let people know that they're holding that antique vase. That's worth five million and they don't even know yeah and basically comes down to khorasan. I sometimes or often get a higher to audit and accounting and give our opinion and then see if we'd be a good fit to help them out and the majority of the time we go into account. It's so horrible that we take pride minutes we go puke because of what we just saw him like. Yes we gotta get in there. We got to help these people and we get job and help them out in Are able to make vast improvements but every now and then we get into an account a hidden superstar and were just blown away by how good it is. And i use the word hidden because the account owner advertiser doesn't know how good their counseling and really we'll talk about signs that show. You have hidden superstar. I think you're basically a top one percent performer account. So if you don't know it now you'll know it seeing these metrics but i think basically it comes down to quality score There's some accounts we get into and like every single keep were not number one. We see a lot of key. Words where it doesn't have any quality score metric there. That's kind of a bad sign where they don't even give you one on some key words you know so. We don't see that we just see like seventy two nines. I would say the word tan. But i just really even on these great performing counts outside of brand very rarely see ten But i'm talking about you. Just go and do the count and were hit by two things. Super low cost per click. And then that makes us go. What's causing that consistently strong quality scores. Seventy nine and chris can you before we get into this and show the signs that Someone sitting on a hidden superstar. Can you kind of break down. The relationship between shockingly low cost per clicks and quality scores. And how that actually really does matter even though. We don't really talk about that much. I'm i'm gonna. I'm gonna make a jump here in and give some numbers. I'd say that's a jump because it's always hard to give numbers in a world where there's people that are lawyers that are advertising and then people that are selling you know sweaters for cats you know so the. Cbc levels in the aggressiveness is always very different. But i'm going to say if you're running a search campaign that's targeting low funnel and what i mean by. That is someone who is a very qualified search in your pain. I'm say less than a dollar. You're eligible for this
Chicken in a Petri Dish: Singapore First to Allow Lab-Grown Meat Sales
"It may look like chicken and tastes like chicken. But that doesn't mean it's actually chicken. Take eat just for example. The company cell cultured chicken also known as lab grown meat just got approval to be sold in singapore. It's the first time a country is given regulatory approval to sell lab grown meat other companies are working on lab grown beef poultry pork and seafood. What is lab grown meat. You ask good question. Well for starters. It is grown on a farm technologists. Take a sample of muscle tissue from an animal. Then they typically put the cells into a liquid or gelatinous substance housed in a bio reactor one of those sci-fi movie containers that grow organisms. Most of the lab created meet. Looks like ground beef or small nuggets. No one's growing sirloin steaks in a lab just yet scientific american reports that one cow tissue sample can yield enough meat to make eighty thousand quarter pounders without slaughtering a single cow. Singapore's approval may lead to a quote revolution. In-kind kind clean meet one analysis in the guardian claimed. And that's a big part of its appeal. Livestock production is routinely plagued with stories of inhumane treatment of animals. A university of oxford study says the lab grown meat would reduce greenhouse gas emissions by ninety six percent and use just one percent of the land currently used for commercial livestock production would also slash water use and contamination. By bacterial waste. Electricity use would likely be higher to create meet in a lab however while the singapore approval may seem like a sign of things to come the. Us is not anywhere close to approving lab grown meat but would be manufacturers like just eat and competitor mosa meet got one step closer last year the department of agriculture and the food and drug administration formed an agreement to regulate the sector jointly that regulatory framework shows that the us takes innovation seriously and may help us manufacturers attract more funding box. Report says aside from overseeing safety the joint regulators will also decide issues like whether manufacturers will be able to simply label their product. Meet without disclosing. The grown in a lab part mostly is planning to seek its initial regulatory approval in europe first food dye reports beyond regulatory concerns cost is another barrier to mass production several years ago when mosa meet unveiled its hamburger patties. They cost roughly three hundred thousand dollars. Each costs have come down as techniques for growing the meat have improved now just eat says it can bring in its products at roughly the price of premium chickens nbc reports and investors smell opportunity. Mosa landed another fifty five million dollars in september and eat just which also makes plant based egg products is valued at a whopping two billion dollars while more than half of the population is the concept of lab grown products for in ten. Call them scary and say they won't be putting them in the meal rotation anytime soon. According to dive alleviating those concerns will require manufacturers to devote more time to educating the public about their products but even with the promise lab created need for the environment and animal welfare and eating consumers may not by
New Fortnite Tournament, Race to World First and Envy's Fantasy Partnership
"With fortnite earlier this week. We cover the cancellation of Epic Games Live Events and 21 including the fortnite World Cup, but that doesn't mean that the developer isn't investing in Esports today. They announced a new tournament called the frosty frenzy with a five million dollar prize pool the tournament wage start tomorrow and we'll see the price will be distributed widely not given to one or two winning teams. Like you might expect it will be open entry to anyone with a fortnight account of a high enough rank over in fantasy world and be gaming has partnered with Thrive fantasy. Both Friends of the E Sports Network podcast envy and Thrive are creating a partnership based on Fantasy games that will span multiple years Drive works by having played. But on over unders of specific stats, like head shots or assists in sports betting these type of waiters are called prop bets Envy will be a high-profile partner for Thrive fantasy as the growing platform tries to counter the E sports fantasy Market speaking of that market be on the lookout Monday for an e Sports Network podcast with e Sports One a fantasy sports operator. We talk about the value of Fantasy games and the challenges involved with creating of competitions in E Sports titles and our final piece of news this Friday complexity limit. The World of Warcraft Guild has signed a broadcast rights deal with do you raised the world first? One of the really unique Esports competitions is happening soon and complexity limit is the odds-on favorite to win the event after method gaming fractured this past summer due to multiple harassment and assault allegations towards members of the
Johnny Depp is 'radioactive' says Hollywood bigwig
"Johnny depp There were some great details in that story in the hollywood reporter about how radioactive he is. And we've talked about some of them before the five million dollars spent making sure the ashes of hunter s. thompson were exploding over a canyon somewhere. Thirty thousand dollars a month in wind bills. He has to regret the cannon thing i mean. He's at some point. He's gonna know if he doesn't yet he's but the thing that we were laughing about during the local hour is johnny depp. The details are amazing. In this story one of them is the bodyguards plural who would have to wipe the drugs off of his face in order to get him to a scene of some sort where they just have to brush drugs office but one of the things that was told in that story is that he was just merely needing an earpiece because he wasn't bothering to remember his lines. And that's where we're headed. Mike i'm sorry to tell mike and billy this now but still got if you haven't seen enough of the sort of lazy entitlement of stugatz who can't hear and the jokes are coming out slower because he needs to help through his ears on some of this stuff. It's going to only get worse. That's not going to get better. There is no better from there. Even with hungary less lazy seeing dollars in his eyes to god's perfect time to set on his own right.
Oklahoma asks court: Make J&J pay $9.3B to end opioid crisis
"The state of Oklahoma seeking even more money from Johnson and Johnson to help cover the cost of treating the state's opioid crisis Oklahoma Attorney General Mike hunter went back to court against Johnson and Johnson now seeking nine point three billion dollars to provide complete relief for the pharmaceutical companies roll it over supplying highly addictive pain killers he says a court order last year for four hundred sixty five million dollars would cover just one year of the state's abatement program Johnson and Johnson argued last year the award should be reduced to offset pre trial settlements between Oklahoma and two other drug makers so now the attorney general's office is asking the state Supreme Court to uphold the judge's finding Johnson and Johnson is to blame for the state's opioid crisis hi Jackie Quinn
Esports Match Fixing
"Was an article from abc dot net in australia. And it was east sports regulator says. There's been a very significant upturn. In match-fixing the article goes on to say they quote fanatic. That few sports teams have achieved the the successive fanatic. It sponsor this global brand and supposedly That while the audiences in australia free sports have increased that there are indications that there is a lot of match-fixing going on at tournaments in the country. And you know this is because there's greed. I guess and people are betting under the table. I'm not sure you know the the they talk about how they receive allegations about one hundred of them every single day to this organization called the e sports integrity commission. Or whatever. that's worth i. I don't know william if you've even heard of them but I good name like to be fair. Like i think that's a good name to have for your organization. And i probably know what they do so but just to put that hundred number into context that hundred allegations every day they say if you look at a sport like cricket they have four to six match fixing investigations annually and an in terms of investigations sports. They had fourteen and that was in a span of three months. And so they think there's a lot of match-fixing going on. I'm curious what you guys think of. This is is this just anecdotal and it's people who lost to are complaining like any sports. These are just allegations. I don't know how many of them that are investigated. The turned out to be true. But match-fixing i would argue is easier in east sports than in traditional sports. Do we think it's running rampant. Well actually can. I call it. Can i start with comment. There's actually a really good chat from chris coins in this as i think there's a really strong incentive problem right now which is like if you're a semi professional pro you just don't earn a lot of money and it's such an unveiled marquette. It's super easy to if that article i think if you keep going talks about actually a pro game. Who's betting on himself right. Yeah played semi pro. Ceus go player man. Who was betting on his own matches. yes he claims. I'm betting on myself to win but like you can earn a lot money betting herself better yourself to lose like a good way to do it. Also the article also quotes him. Saying sorry william that he had been offered two thousand dollars to throw matches people. Who are betting on the matches like it actually number just number alone. Two thousand dollars. I think this goes to chris's point. You know as east sports become more professional and the salaries go up. You have more structure. This problem does sort of fix it. Fixed itself need you know Organizations like this sports your integrity commission. You need a gambling operators to be cognizant of this you know the data providers to to flag it when things didn't come up but you know if you're making five million dollars a year someone comes to you and says hey to grand you throw it was mass. You literally laughing. You just don't do it because the numbers it's not work right. So i i do think as professionalized. It's our you know higher. It does take care of itself to some extent You know and we're also talking about. We're going east boards. There's a ton of different we Cra said you know. Some of them are in china. Some of them aren't professional. Is you know when you look at traditional sports. If we were talking about some random soccer he you know in russia. There's probably a lot of fraud that goes on there but we're not talking about. It was look at the. You know the allegory too. Big judicial sources. I let me just push back a bit. Jeff like if you're saying it's a matter of time and growth and growth in the salaries of the players right. wouldn't that also mean there's growth In terms of east sports betting in the volume of bedding and the the dollars that are at stake and things like that and therefore you might get a person who's betting hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars on on key matches who has an incentive now to go to a player and say. Yeah take a dive. Here's a million bucks. The risk of of the players still becomes. It doesn't become worse. Ic- your your point is is well the the point where where i was going with it just initially off when i think chris is pointing is like the high end stuff. There's integrity there's enforcement. It's getting safer but for these semi pro players. You can still bet on them. They're still listed right. You know a lot of places but the incentives are so strongly considered to cheat. Because it's difficult to live off the you know the the unreliable winnings anyway i think said i do think there's a reason why the betting is on the up tickets. The it's a e. Sports is on the uptick right so like you would expect. As more people play the sport more people cheat like it's not shocking right. that's one but two is the incentive to cheat. Have come up because ten years ago. No one would better thing. He sports now all of a sudden. There's betting and stuff like that. So the reality is you have a growing market and a growing bedding market dot. The number of cases of cheating will increase. And i think it's up to the industry to address it right like it's also relatively unaddressed. Problem in the industry. That's the third thing i'd say like there's very limited enforcement so it really like. How do you get caught like like really. How do you get caught if you're playing from home in a match like what somebody's gonna come to your house and
New Bike Trail Will Highlight Nature Areas Along Houston’s Sims Bayou
"Work is just starting on a new segment of houston's by greenway trails while people in southwest houston will have a new place to hike and bike transportation reporter. Gail delattre says the project will also serve another need. The houston parks. Board is building a six mile extension of sims bayou trail. It starts at scott street and extends west. Buffalo speedway also connects with three local parks. Houston parks board president. Beth white says a greenspace along the trail. Also help with drainage when it rains heavy it is a natural ecosystem and we need to learn to live with water and respect what that ecosystem needs to do. The new sims value segment is a longest section. They've constructed at one time on the by ukraine weights network. The cost is eight point. Five million dollars. It should take about fifteen months to finish on gale to lauder in. Houston
Business Community Mourns the Loss of Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh
"Tony shay was a rarity a business. Executive who was almost universally beloved shade died november twenty seventh at the age of forty six following injuries sustained in a house. Fire connecticut home. His death prompted outpourings of stories about shay's unusual and unusually successful approach to business for twenty years. he was. ceo zappa dot com the online shoe and clothing retailer. He let it with philosophy summed up in the two word title of his best selling book delivering happiness in two thousand ten. He told cbs news. He believed it was possible to make customers. Employees and investors happy while still turning a profit which he did in spades amazon acquired zappa's dot com in two thousand nine for one point two billion dollars shea invested in the online shoe cite zappa's dot com. Then call shoe site dot com in nineteen ninety nine a young entrepreneur. He had already founded in grown and online. Advertising site called link exchange a year earlier at the age of twenty four. He sold link exchange to microsoft for two hundred sixty five million dollars shortly after investing in shusei dot com. He became ceo and the company changed. Its name to zappa's taken from the spanish word for shoes ocado when she was initially pitched on investing in shoe site dot com. He was skeptical in nineteen ninety nine. The beginning of the internet bubble ecommerce was still young and untested. conventional wisdom. Was that you couldn't sell shoes online. Because customers were used to try on shoes before buying them but then she learned that five percent of shoe buyers already purchase shoes from catalogs. That's five percent of what was then a forty billion dollar market that persuaded shea to take a crack at online shoe sales even though he later told cbs news. I'm not a shoe person at all. Rather he would wear one pair for two years until they wore out and then by another to conquer the hurdle that customers needed to try on shoes shape pioneer to custom. We take for granted today. Zappa's would ship for free and allow returns for a year. It was not uncommon for customers to order five pairs of shoes in return for. That was okay with shay. He wanted customers for life to that end. He invested in domestic call center workforce rather than outsourcing to countries with cheaper labour famously. He empowered those customer support employees to do whatever they needed to make customers happy. There are no time limits on phone calls one. Possibly apocryphal story was that a worker stayed on the phone with one customer. For more than five hours. Critics wondered how zappa's could make money by investing so much in the people who answered the phones after all only about five percent of customers ordered on the phone the rest purchased online shea. Believe however that the phone was branding opportunity customer service by workers who bent over backwards to help them would be customers forever and of course they tell others about their experiences in addition he wanted his employees to be so happy that they would consider working at zappa's a calling not a career. He went so far as to offer to pay new employees to quit. The offer received a few weeks into a new job. Ranged from about one thousand to three thousand dollars the idea. He didn't want employees to stay if they weren't passionate about the job and the culture his quirky management technique became widely known simply as the offer growth was swift in two thousand revenues. Were about one point. Six million dollars by the time of the sale nine years later revenues had reached a billion dollars after the amazon acquisition shea. Stayed on as ceo. He retired last summer. Devoting himself to an economic development project in las vegas where he lived under shays. Leadership amazon is said to have allowed zappa's to remain as independent as an amazon acquisition. Could be recently. However the company's begun integrating it more fully offering prime rewards to zappa's customers the idea to help it. Maintain competitiveness against chains like dsw owned by conglomerate designer brands with several hundred warehouse stores. Nationwide dsw's one of the largest shoe retailers in america it consistently plies customers with loyalty discounts and coupons in an effort to get them to return to its brick and mortar stores again and again but cova closures hit designer brands. Hard in the second quarter which offers first sales fell. Almost in half third quarter results will be released next week. Twenty years after a young tony shay became convinced that yes you could sell shoes online. He turned out to be not only unconventional but prescient in a pandemic. it may be about the only place to sell them in a statement following shays death zappa. Ceo kadosh dish. Pandey said the world has lost a tremendous visionary and an incredible human being
LeBron James, Los Angeles Lakers agree to two-year, $85 million contract extension
"And i mentioned lebron james. Lebron james continues to just print money. His agent said today. Lebron has signed a contract extension with the lakers. Two years eighty five million dollars. Two years eighty-five million dollars if they cloned and cloned you one hundred times we would make eighty five million dollars over two years so this is. This is the math on this. Between now and the end of the twenty two twenty three season which is where this contract extension takes into the end of the twenty two twenty three season. Lebron james will earn over one hundred and twenty five million dollars. That's one hundred twenty five million over and above what he's made so far in the nba's in his nba career three hundred and ten million dollars so at the end of the twenty two twenty three season just on basketball alone not on endorsements not on anything else except bouncing the ball in the nba for eighty games a year at the end of the twenty two twenty three season lebron james made in his career four hundred and thirty five million dollars let that sink in just for a second
Atlanta Hawks reportedly agree to contract with Danilo Gallinari
"Well when you look at the hawks signing danilo gallinari who at some point people thought was going to be. The biggest name moved as a free agent for three years in sixty one point. Five million dollars twenty million dollars a year for a guy who's thirty plus now. It looks like a lot on paper. I guess because gallinari has been around for a long time. And you know. Technically past his brian. But he's a very very solid guy. And i likened it to paul millsap being signed by the nuggets a few years ago getting a vet while you have lots and lots and lots of capitalism and crippling yourself too long in the future. I think it'll be totally fine on their books trash. Thanks very good at that with the hawks. Oh three years twenty her effort danilo gallinari. Who is a maker and will make shots when trae young gives him the ball. I think it just fits on the court really really well. They needed a guy who he could. Just pass it to now. It's will you talk about. The wolves really really crowded backward. The hawks frontcourt is now crowded. Gone are is afford these days. He's not playing the three. John collins also four Anita they just draft five. They have clean cappella the five. That's a lot of bodies for sure. But i think just like the wolves. Everybody's on the table you know. They have contracts at every range. I think that's sort of why the wolves beasley to that number. They've got contracts that they can throw in as an asset as a dollar value. Whenever and so. The hawks are ready to deal. I don't think gallinari. Like paul millsap in denver is a part of the championship. Ross envisioned years down the road but when you got money and you got a guy who can make shots I think it just it makes sense again. Not crippling your your Your number in the future
"five million dollars" Discussed on The Read
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"five million dollars" Discussed on The Read
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"five million dollars" Discussed on The Read
"So you want me to go to jail and you wanna remind career lake for what do you feel you just want me to be uh no so i would really like for this to be addressed there is already a petition that's like well over matter of fact let me see where it was before i left house it was leg and one from forty to fifty thousand signatures i'm sure it's well over there by now but yeah this says he got arrested twice this year so it's kinda like it looks like the sort of thing that you could have been it could have been allowed to just like skate by and even with everybody else being like okay this doesn't it you know this doesn't warrant jailtime her own personal feelings about ahead her being like a fucking him he's going to jail he to put my name on the record i'm annoyed so i dunno might be another straw cellular that have this kind of power if the process ninety two thousand signatures if the progress there if the prosecutors are saying look he's been in relatively good with the requirements for the for the probation he's been cleaned since january or whatever like he smokes them we'd give him an ankle bracelet are standing for or whatever the fuck i was like two years and fucking praise and have you been on probation for almost ten though what the fuck is that i'm just i'm sorry i with this to me is absolute bullshit in i really want to hear more about this bucking story i hope that there yeah like let me tell you land is side of the especially after that attorneys claims of her talking about label ryan giggs is where i on all of this stuff because that is odd and i wouldn't be surprised if there are judges looking at these matter of fact and just being like they're rat trash and light gives the fuck about you anyway nobody's going to challenge me on this two to four years come on bre lay you got be asher my the fucking mind passed that i think for yeah i think i just looked at it like i guess i can see a judge being lednicky you have come before me too many times and untied.
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"The fact that you a black jobs i know many people can easily say while you violated probation in exericse at as he should just free if you really think that after almost a decade that you fail a drug test probably because he was smoke in some we i'm just going to go i'm sure it was way like why i mean white house wayne that it makes sense to take some ari away from their fucking kid in their family people they taking care of her two years the minimum possibly four like that doesn't seem harsh especially when the fucking district attorney like the prosecutors are recommending no jail time yeah now why what i don't know why that happened he that thought i read some details that says she wanted her cousin has a label as she went to meet is not us said okay all right so his attorney said that some time during i guess all of this back and forth with meat millon court she suggested he he leave first of all she wanted him to do a cover of on bended knee by boys to demand and give a shout out for chain decay is lion wing in early on maybe she want him a sample the b o occur his attorney says as she wanted him to give him give her a shout out at the end of the song and he refused to do it obviously because that is a dumb idea has share also they she showed up to his community service allow like i guess feeding homeless people are doing something we're almost people what judges do that none she's his attorney also says that she who want him to leave rock nation and sign with her cousin and his label or whatever to which he also denied because i mean grow rock nationwide eleven would lucky i.
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"Wherever i go what uh on thin ice will me because i still don't know if she used their babies voice for that gorgeous so i'm going to invest probably i'm trying to try not to think about the bring positive and i just don't like us that bitch out assist out at babies life you gotta be kidding nodded and maybe add at the most she saw that and thought it was had some other baby to where you know and they're better be it h you better not has stolen priebke's war it's but we'll talk about the here now facts going on in the moment and the fact that matter is that you really had these white paper and change in an email to this rider and say they needed to take down this letter because so are you whitesupremicist then like what is it why why even why even be upset with people questioning this or affiliating you with these people they did it first clay i'm so lost how chameleons in those seasoned assists two other white supremacist talking about a stop using my sheets that talking about how much you love me out of iraq with child nedim shit like why aren't you doing bad why are you instead more worried about the people who are pointing out the dump shit because your time as witnesses what you do so so a mighty faq is going out to her once an ganpath happen i mean she going for right aga um also a mighty fuck you goes to uh jim niece brinkley the judge that sentenced meek mill two two to four years oh yeah aim praise dairy for violating his probation from a gun in drug case back in two thousand and eight so this is almost ten years of probation for this case lay back when they're saying that meatmeal violators probation by failing a drug test and allegedly a leaving the state of pennsylvania without approval getting arrested and he get arrested a couple of times maybe not no i don't know what i'm talking about either way.
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"And thoroughly this stomach know damn sense so here's the thing taylor and again people want to know why can't when people wanna know lack sza is perfect shit like this so your legal team you angelito team and got nothing to say now when real life white supremacists are calling you they're living god it that you have nothing to say then i won somebody writes a letter went and saying that you should say hey people that stuff is wrong right now you wanna threatened to sue papal and now works right about it is everybody over there had enough seems to be like you may not sewer even a girl aclu you know you can bulliest it's the rider was like i i think said bed the writers say that he went to law school words i'll a man wrote it although i don't think he was a blogger for the aclu though i think he just had his own blog and aco yes the story the blog is called oh i lost her it's not the point i told your identity of fucking o taylor swift is a bit with her priorities in the wrong spy is the moral of this story a really how you more upset over the aclu in this blog it in the fact that white supremacists like champion your work shit i just don't understand how sham you'd be eyeing uh they about kkk to leave much it alone leave me after the fact that she won't say that and she wants you gotta stop calling her racist or associating her music with racist people wake which is not we're not even doing it we're just pointing out that it happens like right no advice making it up right snowing like polling there should added asked you worried about as opposed to publish saying hey white supremacist dow fuck roma music all fuck with that she won't say a because she knows good damn well we're her money comes for xtrac osgood good entail.
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"Being uh i guess us sort of annency princess yes they love her like all right is their huge fan to today love taylor swift white supremacists nazis everybody else the mariah carey we talking about one thousand out her hey publicly live for taylor swift now i don't know if this is just a thing that they do just to be dick's are funny or durant they believe everything i believe i don't know what it but they have like chosen taylor swift i think that the she was in the kkk newspaper some shade they're out of order like anyway so this person row a story on saying basically that taylor swift should denounce white supremacy and racism to further herself from that movement and talked about the impact that something like that shouldn't wouldn't make why pop should do it and essentially used taylor swift as an example in this whole thing so taylor swift s legal taine sent a ceaseanddesist letter to the aclu and the spurs amtra riots saying that they needed to take down this this letter uh because it was defamation or some shit but also they wanted it to be taken down without it being said publicly i think that they set the latter are something like wow so the aclu got a lot of nerve at this i'm i i want to believe that she just surrounded by sharks suit wearing white demon at some bad just do all of this you know why do i want to believe that she does has a team a why people who have taylor so dungu baluarte and anytime her name come up with some negative said they're just like stand in the papers you know i dunno because the aclu certainly like almost immediately was like okay so first of all here's a screen child for what she's beaches by the way we're gonna try and secondly you may not do this sunday goes against the actual law.
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"Aside from wanting me to feel comfortable or have a place to go on party what do you getting out of being at these types of carre what are you and funding you have here you know because it's easy for me to look at a lot of people in these situations like i just said about niggers who love they just like getting off on the fact that men are attracted to them even though you would hike no literally never say yes to and don't you just enjoy being hit all year uh others the same way that women it's not the firm there are a lot of hag that go out to the club i think they just love being a rounds men that they are attracted to but don't have to worry about being sexually harassed by yeah um and they can also sexually harassed to them and i feel like there's any retaliation or let me get your number or that i'm teasing you yeah and and if as somebody who has had this sort of relationship we gave me and before there can be as sort of back and forth fake sex will tease in thing going on here but not with strangers that i've never met before in the club like that's just not i wouldn't act like that with somebody i don't know and have an already established that kinda like fake to be circa two super clear totally fake kind of back and forth shit we i don't understand why you i'll go to clubs and be like i could just grab gained because the ecsc like mitch no uk you can madoo because maybe they want to grab a dick but you can go to a strike club and grab a dig at us twitter nba don't big yuval like better going her a italy that is all four zero i agree with you don't get the grab gained next digs either i'm saying so that's why would ask lai what is were you getting out and rise because this is essentially a gay club or a bar for resume m most men who are coming to this bar are expecting to be around other gay bisexual cui or whatever you want to call yourself man ray the community anyway i say so.
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"How how good was the how long is the ask because in the woman is more in a strap on as she were to do that happen frequently how the fuck are you like how the for her you a bigger and events super free on it up i like bisexuals wind and so you had a plastic dick a your as an a ruining your mouth or was the vice versa the every oil your own now could have just been a triangle of activity real quick yourself were getting on that spot one so since we did a question from a about a homophobic moslem man i'm going to do one from a selfdescribed black queer muslim man whose name is therion he says i live in the south have done a pretty good job of building some more supportive communities for myself wherever i go this may seem like a nonissue to some people but i have a couple of sis white straight guy friends can't roy okay armor and they are the sorta straight guys to have almost exclusively queer friends uh what tunnel white man is that i have never met a straight sis white man i know stray why guys they're like like gates ours are like really like you know like straight guys who are so like match sexual are so vat be that they just love gay i'm donald lack yarram who aren't homophobic and who are like totally cool having gay free in arming like in the sense that they like like they like the flirtatious energy of gay guys oh fine but even in a friendship.
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"I know it is him because he has very distinct who tattoos and he has micheals his name tattooed shoulders the goes down they were taken turns getting jigi with his booty how better i said i don't know the girl who sent me this video but i'm assuming she must another mbote since she's friends with them on facebook my question is should i give this video to my cousin or just man my black ask business thanks so much stay black love dominique did i would assume it's just so far so bad ooh islam is not fun when the homophobes end up being gay is linked curl could you be more predictable i know but it is also a blast at this i thought it was really satisfied myintu beaches are always so how always sold last hour why is in just keep that had internal hatred internal mentoring how wanted to be so hateful and gay at that same time are bisexual right that should be quiet heat's billy really getting caught up on video camera knowing you gotta to why is that of doesn't care about heart should work for you at the two of them pay no attention to the what was going on around jakarta maga's what would you do would you say you're because maria south so here's the thing brian mona no yeah i mix i'm yeah what i would do um is i would hold on to that because it's always greater when he lenders and would have been a time tests have something you pack that kind of petty is like a fine wine you know when you just let it said of the i mean some good ole hard concrete evidence like that we just kind of leaded stooges for us and let them it share the moment that shoot even all most imply from homophobic shit i mean like hey coming here let me talk to really knowledge i'm twenty real quick so i'm a hit you with my libya pope shit.
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"If my time that's your time your words on were bad some one one one one so that could stay right there out of there let's ride uh it's time for listener ladders all right here we go singer questions to ask the read a gmailcom we may just read them allowed on this show our first question comes from dominique who says first of all let me just say i absolutely love you guys at centered cetera lies thank you so much i'm anne a now onto the fakhury my cousin is a beautiful one euro baby girl who absolutely a door in a baby daddy that i do not care for it all a merger they are a muslim family in that is perfectly fine but her baby daddy isn't idiotic homophobia cheese we have a gay cousin that he continuously calls the f word to his face amd behind his back worldwide is in his garden no this is their cousin her and her sister cousin okay they have a cousin who's gay over and so the husband calls him faggot which not shocked but anyway she says needless to say checked his ass on more than one occasion but my cousin who's married to him continues to take up alarm about a week ago so about a week ago i was sent a video of this homophobic baby daddy on facebook by grow i have never met in this video he is having sex with both a man and a woman oh no woman is now my cousin and they were using a strap on.
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"M and got me a little worried or whatever by it more recently he he got on instagram and set for so he public a video or something i guess he was on the phone with jada pinkett smear is phone said are ac arcturus jada pinkett smith why is hard why is her misspelled career title in her contact in your phone what other j two one other data even if it was just jada after like automatically would have thought pinkus myth so why unless you have data kiss number two okay jada kiss would not be or not beaten two different uh you know a antiracist file a ali first name j last name gave you now have now rather thought about these things put words the other integrum apart so their own why is that in there and then why are you showing us that you're on the phone which i ate so here's what he posted he said that i'm actually going to read because i'm tempted to do it in the voice and i really don't want to k so he said that he had gotten off the phone with them now will and jada promised him our sense them five million dollars to help keep us a flow that's what he's saying he said they asked him to get off and stay off the internet now that his daughters legal fees will be paid and he said he will listen he also agreed to get to that it's okay okay so that is what he posted right it's strange to me is that.
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"At flex with these girls now because of me such a show me aloma fucking respect as nothing about gedin dopey out her again assad asked when i can begin alsadd as to you know my niggers and opportunities for sex ads turned down every day be at him a relationship would you and i could be out her fuck amazing negative but no at though we was in this thing together like with the fidelity bullshit how come you have extramarital ask an arcade that's not fair tell me you cheat and so i can go gives them dick to nigger equality um as the so i'll wendy sean kingston um for whatever reason was asked to sir in front of a microphone into vile things in two thousand seventeen and uh by home who did their cbc radio oh wow x one bbc radio on okay one i don't know is it multiple one that'll one but i don't know that whatever bbc and so on some dummy asked him who is the most famous one man that he is ever adult wrestled with oh god rarely images adult cyber can just say have sex league however as well right even snagged another british slang right for fucked or maybe it's just kiss our rings sparking uscca's oh well don cromer let's just say in anything other than adult wrestling how dumb to use army yeah that's where it hurts are we five so he says immediately like without missing a beat almost like he heard the question asked.
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"I felt from the moment this she said i'm sticking by my man he's another one who has had years and years and years of stories about being hot as well right right so you can buy your man saying that to me means that you've been aware of this and y'all have some sort of agreement or understanding or whatever like this could have been shocking to you rank mao thing is what's his name care of him i don't know what he does for a mighty outside of his business with wendy williams i think they he's like part owner or he has like a super high position in terms of her production company and all of our other little businesses many of them manages her right i think subtle he gives a ten percent off top of our ideals either way your business is your wife pierre your eyes so euboea now hear us looking like a slaughter s full right right around here with girls with rings on their finger and stuff affects her business so does then i in turn affect you argue already so rates because you could put ski owes and sat of a fucking sa chelsea bradley dial a house you uber comfortable light anywhere any you i'm worried about muscle you not worried at all about the visit like i don't get it you could stick by your man but i feel like you also need to be tomer clean it up right six this see how are you gonna be out here really in public make the washington post could track unique his fouryear why is there at no point john noticeable is the white man pecan in the mailbox they know which grand slam in hair.
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"All of the information about this one was i was like lease interested about the case and more interested in bat like who these people are this is eighteen years old i told you he play he just got to college he just started playing college by ucla 6foot5 an well here late is i'm carding ev yeah yeah care one of these things like on may and and that's why you in jail now apparently he was playing basketball in china uh against georgia tech now why why are why is the nc in china i do not know the answer to that i'm sure it has nothing to do with money but i do not know why so that obama in rhode island ask about their closely monitor will bears pressure those facts um so they guy arrested for shoplifting out of the louis vuitton store next to their hotel next to their hotel lease it better be a misunderstanding there currently facing this is lee angelo and two of his teammates jaylen in cody none of the other brothers are involved by now this one and his friends are facing three to ten years in prison if convicted which is just so in chinese prison is just so that thought his unique with why why which i'll carry out black asas all the way over to china to bootham shit out a louis the time i don't understand it you could do that in la and not have to go to chinese president but why does but if your brother says five hundred dollars shoes he can rally woman on the end he plays in the nba yelling not broke by any stretch of the imagination now he's still in for the fun of it not because he can't afford it and it omega no better for levada bhilai yao making a big deal out another thin will take care of it everybody's acting like is some big deal but it's not like.
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"No nudes fi lome mariah carey is being accused of sexual harassment after a former security company she was working with uh filing a lawsuit are preparing to file a lawsuit against her now here's the thing they're claiming multiple sheets claims first of all they say that michael and nello is the lawyer preparing this so he says that they were promised two hundred twenty one two hundred in twenty one thousand households matt san three hundred twenty nine dollars and fifty one american sense they did not get their also promised another two years of business which would add to five hundred eleven thousand dollars okay they say that mariah carey malta constantly humiliated them bar referring to them as nazis skinheads kkk members and white supremacists this is the head of the security compound talking about whom slocombe said um i don't know exactly why but that is what he alleges and also says that mariah wanted to be surrounded with black eyes not white people where's the sexual harassment we're getting the oscars i alan is good sense right so then the lawsuit alleges that once during a trip to kabul san lucas mariah asked to this man owner to come up to her room to move some luggage and when he got up stairs she was wearing a seethrough negligees that was open he said he tried to leave but she insisted that he move the luggage he left the knows no physical contact so i guess that is the sexual harassment now here's my thing oh.
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"Fling oh i have all the odyssey's i have all of them in their wedding outfits were analysts ridiculous it is no it is anyway mario looks finding address all deadly it like apply yet with a veil and off the shoulder here i was like mario you will regret across the area and if you five browser in the jersey tells you how cue to healthy is not what you look good well this lead on hot tops in the breathable albin um all right so draig apparently drake his working on being a film producer and is taking a quite seriously apparently he's going to be working six two six months to a year okay on films um so he's working with net flakes right now to revive our series called top boy it's not what i thought how ansa high at hind it argues fares reina was hoping for some vein that i'm not going either way otherwise actually a show a british drama crime thriller land that's what i'm shown i always see a compared to the wire and when i watch like some clips and a trailer two of aid i can see you again it looks really good uh so i think that this last like two seasons in ended in two thousand thirteen so they're going to be running the first two seasons through netflixing and then drake through lebron james's products oh yeah are going to be producing the third season okay well assembly from fox so he's super excited because it's one of his favorite shells allegedly indiana knowhow jake is about certain things from certain places saw inaugurum.