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"millionnaire" Discussed on Best BBQ Show
"But they make you work. You know what I mean we got. We're twenty four men team and we're GONNA push on through like you know figure it out and like I said that's where this warehouse comes in that will allow us to exist forever and keep continue to grow without going to deal with like some logistical challenges. That is that warehouse kind of away from certain things millionnaire man. It's great and that's the way it zone is even if a condo opens up next to it. They can't complain about the smoke boom. Yeah so I took a long time to find that spot and it's funny because I would find these heavy industrial spots. Talk to the landlords and they were like we don't want smokers in your parking lot And then we found someone who's like yeah that sounds good and then I do research about the landlord landlord and they are these real estate developers from Houston. Of course you tell them. Hey can I put four thousand gallons like yeah. Sure you don't care you know so it was a kind of funny coincidental. Found these Texan landlords. That would let us put smokers on their property. A man Texans everywhere. That's we see the world with good barbecue and it's it's growing all over the world. I talked to guys in the Philippines Australia. London who do Texas Barbecue now. Daniel von recently called you guys the Best I've seen outside of Texas and Barbecue. I just wanted everyone. Go ahead. Nick I I got I got I got I got a lot of airtime from Daniel von and it also team mediator breaks up fights fights it kind of made it sound like I made this really tasty piece of lean brisket that he ate but I didn't. That was old hog all the way old. Ach sent me a text message at midnight the next day. That said I'm going to beat your ass the next time I see you doc. I said try that again. Start overdue already know as Adam who made the brisket down he pulled off the brisket that Daniel von your ass I mean my ass your face. The old hug stays true. But it's cool that you know I. I'm waiting waiting for a Texas monthly list that doesn't have all top fifty and the state of Texas and I think we're closer to that than ever sure but it's tricky because like what Daniels Gonna eat every every single barbecue place in America. You know there's a some inherent challenges to that but what happened recognized you know. Yeah and well and the cool the thing is is that you guys get behind every good barbecue joint is a great crew. Yeah I I I have yet to place where it's like. Oh there's a bunch of assholes there I don't want any of them. You know it was a law you know I started this thing by myself. Thrown every log on the fire. And it's been a long growth period and now these guys do everything you know. I'm I'm head of paperwork and doing annoying shit that I hate you know. Yeah like these guys make the barbecue nowadays and it's great to be able to have come out so good and still to like the idea that I want without into like knowing having faith and everyone's just smash it out every single day. Do you think it's a inevitable thing that if you if you really WanNa stay successful that you have to get out from behind the pits. It's hard. Yeah it's delegations only so many hours of the day like for a while I was doing those forty fifty hour weeks and then doing payroll on my days off it was awful and then going into restaurant depot like doing the shopping in the mornings and then start like it's a really great way to burn yourself out trying to do everything and learning how to delegate is a skill that I've had to acquire because I used to he like I want to do everything myself as point amounts barbecue and and realizing that like you can be more successful and even better if you let other people just try to do their own thing in China and stuff so it also sounds like you're a pretty efficient guy. That's what these guys make it. Sound like. Do a run and get McDonald's all in I don't know you know a Jeez mcmuffin in the car so that arguing one wheel one hand the dry exactly exactly. Hey if you're using one hand you're better than most of these Texans. Have you noticed the how crazy the driving is getting around town. We've been any any of Texas addition rental so when you're in a rental you might as well Florida every time you get it onto the highway. So we've been I've been pushing the limits of the shuttle's one big truck yeah monster truck but that one with the Chevy suburban it might be next year. It's getting one big suburban together rose and just rip around the countryside Environ Q.. Take take turns. Smoking retires we'll speak of smoking. You guys also had You know The whole marijuana legalization did that happen while you are open it did it did so. Did you see like more bleary eyed larger orders. Come in and the law changed or what. People people need to stop asking us to buy their to smoke with. It does not word I wanted to sell. Its Leftover Ham and try to sell it as a smoking weather something to us. We've we've already built a water bong to filter the smoke. We've stacked it up with weed. It Burns through Portland is not high. Go ahead People have been smoking weed and Portland way before it was legal. So you don't see much difference. It's just You can just buy next door to You know outdoors down from our business now. Is it all over the city like is it ever. Yeah I super casual I think in. You don't really see any changes in how the world works the legalization of marijuana. It's just it's just whatever man at the beginning and then it's just it's like going to the first two weeks and then like I said everyone who wanted to smoke weed was already smoking weed before it was legal. So now it's just like the backyard's dollar eighty what that's saying is it is it. Is there a is there A. Is there like a big competition. That seems crazy cheap. Private Oregon is awash in marijuana just very bumper crops. It's everywhere by you. Know where to get the good stuff and you know what is okay. So what's on sale. Whats as a dollar eighty something? That's like basically who who is good good joint matter what are you. Is it Kinda like checking out restaurants. You kinda just try a different place every time you go out Kinda or your buddy has better stuff and then you go ask them where they go or you go to McDonalds a almost four pound harvests off a two six foot plants in the backyard backyard this year. So there's a ton of like home propagation also. We got the jar with the way we do. Enjoy please those coming now you do they hook it up well and it's cool because because it's like it's Kinda like everyone you know. Had like a a bump on their forehead and they were wearing a hat over it. Now everyone can uncover their thing. It's like everyone can just go. We're all we're all the same. It's not a we. Don't hide ourselves anymore so It sounds like you have a lot of plans for the restaurant. You you WANNA do some catering you got a lot of experience. Yeah I really want. It's really hard to turn down all these events and weddings So it'd be really exciting once we get that going and then once we can get a truck that goes out to somewhere and then do like a smoking on the street. Yeah like full barbecue style. It sounds like you're gonNA be more than one truck we might. I'm turning down a lot right now. which is hard but eventually we'll get that one? Have you heard of Fox brothers and Atlanta. Now so they cook. They've Cook Wings for the Super Bowl when it was in Atlanta a couple of years ago and they have like a row of I think oilers have a row of rotisserie smokers and then a row oh of delivery trucks outside so it's like a factory. You're just running it out as fast as they cook it. And it's it's cool to see because some people the quality can go down when you get to that point but you guys and them and a lot of these places.
"millionnaire" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
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"millionnaire" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Ninety three point one. K. F. B. K. I'm Jelica Obioha news, ninety three point one. K. F. B K. Our top stories at six hundred acre grass fire in Santa's, log county is seventy five percent contained. Cal fire says, firefighters have stopped the Ford progress of the blaze, it's burning four miles southwest of Newman close to interstate five and Pete Miller road. Meanwhile, the fire in Solano county has burned twenty five acres and has fifty percent contained. It's burning off of cordelia and link road. In Fairfield, California lawmakers and governor Gavin Newsom broadly agree on a proposed two hundred thirteen billion dollars state budget that would spend more on immigrants in the poor by expanding tax credits healthcare. And childcare, they're still debating how far those program expansion should go and how best to pay for them someone in the San Diego area is waking up as a brand new millionnaire. Thanks, the nationwide mega millions lottery. The California lottery commission says it taken with all six winning numbers was sold. The Sorrento deli mart in San Diego. The winning ticket is worth five hundred and thirty million dollars. I'm in Jellico be oh, hot news ninety three point one k f k. A very listened to good afternoon to you that give beginning to fill in eastbound eighty and Davis between the Richardson lavar and the causeway, and I'm also seeing some heavy traffic, eastbound eighty in Fairfield between airbase Parkway and manual campus Parkway for other tens every ten minutes. Mornings and afternoons news ninety three point one k if. Plenty of sun this afternoon. Breezy high in the upper eighties to near ninety mostly clear tonight..
"millionnaire" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"It's always scary. Yeah. But you actually don't think about the risk of not developing. It's true with these medical treatments with self-driving cars, you'll think all the people who died if you don't happen. I think medical is going to be a holy grail for you too. Because we're just getting to the point at which Apple's probably going to have glucose reader in real time soon, and they'll be some other real time data tools. You know, we already have it for our heart rates and stuff like that. But can you imagine if we had real time data on every person on? Planets heartbeat. Yati chapter amazing area. It's you know, it's little slower moving with new technologies on but already we heard from a hospital that had hooked this up. They treat infants you get your brain trauma like a head injury. And they're using it to detect brain swelling. And if you get brain swelling, you can get brain damage as catch it real fast. And there's a couple of these use cases that are like that where there's really forward thinking people have turned it on that actually are like saving lives. I it's amazing. I think it's. I think for drug discovery. And all this drug testing is going to be another one. And then space seems to be another one where we're starting to get large amounts of data. I don't know if you know, you're putting a series of satellites up. No, I've heard about this. Yeah, you're millionnaires. Like, one of the most interesting people not in terms of making money which were boring yet the spending of money I find fascinating yet. He's gonna daisy chain like some array of satellites into the solar system to send data back and see how far he can go and get data out there. And then get it back, and can you imagine sending out like, whatever number, you know, human species, if we put one percent of our effort, like GDP and human capacity would be whatever tens of millions hundreds of millions of people whatever trillions of dollars to just send satellites out. Imagine we'd like a Manhattan project one percent of the planet. Just worked on sending satellites space to just try to get as much as we could from out there. We could actually get pretty far in a hundred or two hundred year. Yes. But they might have data would be insane. Yeah. I agree. Yeah. If if nothing else this crop of Silicon Valley tech billionaire certainly has, you know, more interesting side projects then then previous Beza going for two..
"millionnaire" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Thought man he'd have a chance, but he was kinda small chance to he's just been a steady backup. He's just been in the league. One of those guys seems love to have around and gets a chance and we had Herman Moore on earlier. If you missed it brought up a great point look other than a playoff game. Even if you're a bad team think about it. We're forced to watch you play regardless. How many time with the lions Owen something or two and something or three and something as you know, covering for twenty plus years and me being a fan for thirty. Plus that you the best part about being thanksgiving. You're on no matter what. Yep. And so if you're Daniel this is kinda cool that you get to start not on just a typical game. We're only your region is watching because the whole Congo whole country is sitting back relaxing and not really in particular care who they watch. They just wanna watch football. Enjoy the family guys family members. They don't see all the time. And this is a cool start for him. I it is. And you know, during the the really bad days at the lions Matt millionnaire when he was GM. I give taxes and calls from friends. Can can they just take the lions off for for thanksgiving? Why do we have to watch the lions? And obviously they've gotten better over the last few years, but still, you know, people it's a tradition, and I think there are certain traditions that shouldn't be lost. I am about that. It used to be in baseball. Cincinnati Reds played the first game of every season. And then they decided to scrap that I liked traditions. I don't have an issue with traditional big holiday in Detroit. And we talked about it you born there. I I've worked there for over twenty years at the free press and at the Detroit News and always covered.
"millionnaire" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"So to me that makes, I guess, I'm I'm more confident in my own reaction to this because it's not just might blanket reaction to every new thing that comes along. And there's a difference between saying, I, I don't like this. I will never like this, and I hate this game and saying, I don't really like with going, but you know, I'm open to it and maybe I'll adjust what your perspective is going to be as is, I don't know, fifteen teams are using the open or maybe you will come around maybe like. The bulk guys. One of one of the things that is sort of a hidden upside, I guess, of introducing all these new pictures that you do get just more opportunities to find rich characters, rich backstories guys, who came out of nowhere people. Can you get one of those those spring training fluff pieces or just like back story pieces that says, this guy came out of small community and I don't know the Dominican, and he was given a small bonus, but he did this one thing. He worked really hard, it's et cetera, et cetera. His family wet through all these things, and I was in the major leagues. That's great. What a, what a great story. I, I feel bad for treating it as if it's generic because his stories are all really touching heartwarming this Domenico to detail about a hypothetical baseball player. But you have these opportunities to find these really, really interesting stories because there are just simply more players who show up on a major league roster, but I do wonder as you as all use your your screen time term because I like it as you have players who are getting a lesser share of screen time, it makes me wonder if baseball. All we're in an era. This is the let the kids play commercial era. Right now we see Ken Griffey junior every day, saying the kids play as they have these video clips of hobby. Abayas millionnaire not cetera. And this is convenient. I guess, in a sense that we should say baseball. We're not part of baseball. Baseball will need players to think be more demonstrative, be more charismatic to just be more interesting characters because they need to make the most of the screen time they get now. So many of the players you think about anything of expressive baseball players happen to be position players who aren't having a meaningful chunk carved out of their playing time. They're still there. One hundred fifty five games a season here, so much about the really charismatic seventh-inning lefty reliever. I don't know how many of those there are, but if more players were able to feel comfortable expressing themselves in just showing who they who they really are, the new would help them become less anonymous, and it would help to ease the. Transition. Because right now it really does just feel like the star comes out in the faith. And then we just have this line of the hard throwing righties throw really good sliders. And then that's just it. So little to differentiate one from the next. All right. Well, can go vote if you're interested now that we have totally skewed your opinion, but I'll linked to my article in your article and you can come to your own conclusions. I, I think that analogy to a website redesigned is a good one because there's always just an instinctive recoiling. What is this? This is new. Don't like it. Where do I click? How do I find the thing that I liked to before? And usually you get used to it. And then by the time they redesigned the website. Again, you're attached to that website had fit fed graphs has gone through this very thing that long ago when look at lending back in the day, changed its format. I remember the community got so upset that the web design people like Email, death, threats. I shouldn't be laughing. Really terrible. I don't think anyone who serious about it, but yeah, that was a none of us enjoyed that. We were very weirdly we, those of us aditorial members were young and very close minded to change, but it turns out it turns out the people who were making the changes knew exactly what they were doing and the site changed much much for the better. Yeah. All right. So let's talk about the championship series series plural. I never know how to emphasize that, so that Syria sounds like multiple serious, but you know what I'm talking about..
"millionnaire" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"Or the iphone is less is not the dominant dominant operating system here. They're just to such complete different things because with Android, you're not just talking. You're not just talking about like two thousand eighteen Studly phones, things that are actually competitive with the iphone. You're also talking about like the bike computer that I own that runs and runs the for the free version of Android. But through. Has no access to the app store. You're also talking about Amazon devices. You're also talking about old phones that get a blister pack. You're talking about phones in China, for instance that are row running again, the open source version of Android, but don't get access to because they don't sign those agreements with with Google. They don't have access to the place store or the things. So whether it whether you see a stat that makes Android look like it's doing better or apple looks like it's doing better. You really have to attack the fine print before you come to any conclusion whatsoever. The one that really startled me though is that when people switch from dry phone started spending more on apps, which I thought was interesting too because it's not based on it means it's not person based. There isn't a co like an economy or you know, hegemony play. They're interesting. There are more yes on Android. There may be more free apps on Android. So when you get to the orderly, it's just it's into a and his survey and Carolina. Millionnaire whose brilliant did a really good deep dive into all the different things because people are really worried because we see it with every industry. People don't wanna pay for news anymore. They don't wanna pay for TV. They don't wanna pay for apps and apt vendors. I mean, they kept the prices for a lot longer than like music industry people did. And now there's like Spotify and apple music, and it's much less than you used to get paid. And that's happening to apps and people are going to subscriptions and they're nervous about it and they don't know, you know, will they pay a subscription? Will they pay for ten app subscriptions a month? One hundred. Will it scale? Are they gonna demand bundles? It's it's. It's a very stressful..
"millionnaire" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Prove he's not alone there are thousands maybe ten thousand chicken coops in silicon valley i mean there there are a lot of that's right silicon valley millionnaires adopting chickens as pets because what do you get the person who has everything about bird flu it's like that's so rich uncomfortable the only thing left to do is pretend to be poor and if that's true why stop at poultry farmer 'cause play why not try donating your plasma for a can of soup cleaning windshields traffic light so being a public school teacher you know poor people wondering what even do if a pet chicken turns out nothing bird sometimes get a break from eating bugs with treats like melons and salmon caring for the chickens is a family affair just say we will come home in the evening after a stressful day at work and pull up our chairs and just sit here and watch the chickens go crazy yeah i don't think the chickens are the ones going crazy right your the ones drinking wine and watching birds poop on your lawn like shakespeare in the park you're still valley what are you doing you give the world youtube and netflix remember you can't invite people over to chicken and chill and it turns out these people don't even care about the animals they're just showing off for the valley's growing community of backyard farmers investment in heritage birds pays off in a status symbol of sorts colorful eggs that can be given as gifts to friends yeah what a great gift love when i'm having a super bowl party my rich friend brings over raw pale green egg even the chickens must be like what are you doing those came out my chicken pussy and now your hand them out like cuban cigars listen if rich people want to own chickens like though wolf armas whatever right the problem is when rich people pretend to be poor they're still spending way too much money doing it online companies are hatching plans for do it yourself to build stylish backyard coops this this kook especially for them more menards custombuilt chicken coops.
"millionnaire" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Koa newsradio time is four thirty the last time syria's government used chemical weapons on its own people the united states fire tomahawk missiles at a syrian air base former marine fighter pilot colonel steve gained says president bashir alassad may not have learned his lesson assad was given a warning a year ago he didn't heed that warning and so the president's going to have to go back in with something that's gonna make more of an impression on mistress defense secretary james mattis we pressed about the suspected chemical weapons attack in syria on thursday madison scheduled to testify in a house budget hearing but lawmakers can ask witnesses questions about anything and in sports rocky's beat the padres six four yesterday millionnaire not charged the mound in the third inning five players including aaron nado were ojected rocky start a four game set in washington tonight and the nuggets failed to make the playoffs they fall by six in overtime to the timber wolves our next news update coming up at five o'clock with colorado's morning news i'm chad hoffman on koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm so again regardless of your politics daveramsey is society better off the less money government extracts from it yeah i think with me just just use your brain using my brain cancer yeah.
"millionnaire" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"There lynched on the streets now openly and so on and and graveyards have become a kind of ghetto you know where people congregate in the last elections in up more the and the current chief minister made big politics out of the fact that all the graveyards consuming electric and water and these muslims in other words of course people like moldy on they belong to a organization called the ara says the rush trio so i am save sung which is the real political power today not to be and it's an organization that was started in nineteen twenty five and it's ideologues open admirers of hitler and mussalini have openly said in the past that the muslims of india like the jews of germany and in the last elections they proved to the world and to themselves and to the people of this country that you don't need the muslim vote muslims are somehow this enfranchised right now the deletes have always been disenfranchise but now the daulet vote is being courted and there's a lot of trouble around that because intrinsically the hit the let's to you know that is the hindu caste system you know for them they whatever name you call them but now there are millionaire dollar it's yeah but that doesn't arm saying no no no i know if you actually look at the poorest of the poor landless the jobless they're all let's and of course that is how you neutralize someone create a tiny elite and then say look they're millones and even the millionnaires by the way we lobby accepted in society you know they will still be ballots but it's a bit like saying all look you have michael jordan and you have a few million.
"millionnaire" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Fairly good tools that had been invented there was a vaccine for a form of diarrhea called rotavirus switches overall half of all diarrheas and it was being given to exactly the kids who didn't meet it rich kids never pie rotavirus poor kids at that time over five hundred thousand year we're dying rotavirus and yet those poor kids weren't getting that vaccine that vaccine if you make the right guarantees do the process manufacturing right where it's about three dollars for a full dose of that vaccine now that's one of our great achievements now virtually every child in the world is getting the rotavirus vaccine and that's an element of how we went from ten million a year dying down to five millionnaire now it's been fifteen years since pep far which you alluded to which is being very effective in your view and in many people's view since that passed congress in a very bipartisan way which he said i wonder now what you encounter when you go try to build new allies on capitol hill you went to shake shack yesterday took a selfie and had some hamburgers with checks sons shake decided to it tell us what you encounter and and do you sense resistance and how do you kind of pick your allies on the next generation if you will eighteen years ago and also lindsey graham and john mccain or champions of some of these causes but they're veteran lawmakers and how do you go.
"millionnaire" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Only thirty seven percent for the two thousand fifteen fiscal year the worst of any state in the us new jersey would gladly take even the most glaring account gimmickry that would delay it's inevitable death well unfortunately being the not so proud owner the most distressing underfunded public pension fund in the us is just the start of new jersey's monetary woes and his bloomberg reports new jersey's fiscal situation is so dire that the new governor phil murphy has proposed taxing online room booking ridesharing e cigarettes internet transactions and even marijuana yes along with raising taxes on millionnaires and retail sales to fund a record thirty seven point four billion dollar budget that would boost spending on schools pensions and mass transit so in the middle of all of this disastrous financial problem in new jersey where the pension funds and everything else they're going to increase their budget to a record thirty seven point four billion dollars the proposal which is four point two percent higher than the current fiscal years relies on a tax for the wealthiest that is so unpopular that not only has it yet to be approved but also lack support from key democrats in the legislature little own republicans also reverses pledges from murphy's predecessor chris christie to lower taxes and a state living costs are already among the nation's highest i don't want to give the folks in my county any ideas because the property taxes have been going through the frigging roof the last few years but i was looking at it this was a for instance a typical person i think they may have been new jersey or somewhere like this and i looked at them at their situation it was thomas knew how these people don't have any money at the end of the month and you know how can that be in that kind of stuff and i'm going oh i know exactly because i was you know i'm in the same boat that they aren't i'm looking at their situation but their property tax and they showed you know how much their house costs were their you know their.
"millionnaire" Discussed on WDRC
"That that's what i meant said he nine have shored up for the debate and they're about minimum two on the republican side that have said the gonna run by the heaven showed up on stage yet if somebody asked you for assad to explain to them what your four okay what would your answer the it's my answer is going to be guarded revive connecticut and make it prosperous again that's what i'm all about parole girl throw business we need to have businesses back in connecticut businesses at are in connecticut should have the confidence to keep the lights on and their does open so once you do that oneseat create that positive climate for businesses you're going to see the significant positive ripple effect where you will see because of that confidence people are not leaving the state as they are right now a seniors are leaving i'm millennials are not staying back and the millionnaire's obviously a long ago the started to flee and the imo freeing all of that has to stop and it will stop representative i don't know if you saw the up at piece in the sunday hartford kurd ruined by account and who does a lot of work for businesses and he says the business climate in connecticut is it all that bad and that many of these businesses enjoy being here in connecticut what are you say to them i definitely agree an emmy l look at me i mean i have a practice in in in in the hartford area and i mean you might it call it a practice but in one sense of the road it is a small business we have challenges that's the way i look at it in a mire you my ready to fold up and move the answer is absolutely no but waters it that we need to have businesses have confidence to grow that's my concern and waters it that we are doing that rick scott the governor from florida is doing great he comes into our state as he goes around the country enticing people to come there that's what we need to do we need to create that economic engine where we are out there coating of businesses across no retried right wing of uh you know when you said and the amazon move to connecticut now that vas in have that.
"millionnaire" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast
"And for december only we have a coupon code that will extend your free trial to twenty days twenty days totally free of charge and you can cancel at any time just type in the code jingle when you sign up that's jingle j i n g l e all capital letters and now here is the story mm the man tiny tim this is adapted from charles dickens christmas carol by caroline as bailey it was christmas day and the crash at family were going to have the most wonderful dinner perhaps some other days they had scarcely enough to eat for they were large family work as hard as father bob crash it could there was often not enough to go around for there were mother crash it and martha who worked in the millionnaire's shop and belinda who helped at home and peter and the too little tragets and last of all tiny tim alas for tiny tim he bore always a little crutch and had his limbs supported by an iron frame but although he was only a little little child tiny tim was patient and mild and they loved him more than all the rest and it was christmas day mother crash it and belinda laid the cloth and peter blew the fire and tell these slow potatoes bubbling up knocked loudly at the saucepan lead to be let out in peeled the too little graduates came carrying in to say that outside at the bakers they had smelled agoos and new it for their very own.
"millionnaire" Discussed on KTRH
"The typical left rhetoric here is a really to this story this raises a larger question here about the air as well not just the responsibility in who she pay outlined wrong we talk all the time that the readiness of our troops well it is this an example of how they're being trained in how they're being their viewing their own commitment there's a work they've bureaucracy here i mean are we really ready do we have readiness in our armed forces if something like this major falls through crap does make you wonder byways launcher ron paul ryan he also talk yesterday about tax cuts as we talked earlier this morning the kevin brady about the same we're not for higher bracket it's everyone enjoys a tax cut all across the board what this quote unquote bobble rate does to says the millionaires don't get this tax cut that is aimed for low and middle class people that people in the twelve percent bracket so all is is as saying we want to preserve middle class tax cuts for middle class but a person in the top bracket soil i at one point six billion won two one one point one to one point two or coupled together so anyway but they still get lower taxes so that's the point so what we don't like high tax rates either four trying to do is make all of this work getting texan down on on businesses for jobs for levelling the playing field but the goal of the tax code is the aim at toward the middle class and that's what that's that's all other upper income is not getting a tax gotten us really i mean unless you have great interaction the president was really clear with us about his i don't wanna top i don't want the top millionnaires getting a big ratecut i want that to go to the middle class lagorce the question is whether or not this gets past new pose they question earlier this morning becoming brady him these soames optimistic he said it will by the end in here i said it will be on the president's desk before the end of the year and it will take effect january one anyone okay we'll see but actually does happen 751 now your news what he was over forty ktrh star trek all the drive joe girardi is getting a little real flickered right elliot's yeah we've been fighting this road work on the.
"millionnaire" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Mark arum on ninety five five and am 750 wsb or back to the show a twenty five the 55 degrees on peachtree street mark arum with you till nine in the pm jonathan joins us in kennesaw jonathan what's cooking buddy johny worker hey what's going on everything all right amanda i hear a granite pretend bitcoin do what's the price of bitcoin right now oh oh you were remanded in pretty good work for an hour we look our core marketa they got bitcoin fifty five sixty nine john means that i could have had that it eighty bucks back in the downtown connector in sama'an berkner going to cope with london aboard an i hit my r i know it so bitcoin's being in the poker community and i i know dudes that are making you fifteen dollars an hour at target but they have over a million dollars in bitcoin isn't that crazy when they sell yeah yeah millionnaire cooperpickle up on your body it's unbelievable anyway i'm sorry to other would you wanna call about or act we wanna make it for the show would you our roberto go the y cunanan the ally wanted to ladies instead i'm sorry those kind of harmonised the me do have it you have a better would you rather question and sanjay oh earlier park okay really grow but on the phone for governor k or you pretty or in person on hong kong so it's phone only eunet no physical nothing nothing very great grid i have great conversations with buford i've got gotta go with a pretty girl that person chuck pretty girl pierce in our area i mean you could do the phone thing i've heard that's done but alleged yeah i've got i've got an out of a number of great conversation listen my social with give me the hottie in person we'll come.
"millionnaire" Discussed on WLOB
"Another released tech people who is this gomer selfmade millionnaire why combinator president sam altman why combinator i don't know but he's made of these these made a bunch of money and he says that eliminating poverty is such a moral imperative in something that i believe in so strongly he tells cnbc's make it this is so much research about how bad poverty is there's so much research about the emotional and physical told that it takes on people i think about the amount of human potential that is being wasted by people that are not doing what they want to do i think about how great it would be to undo that and that's really powerful to me so he is for this universal basic income he's another one zakar burg is universal what this basically is is they come up with a base again com and whether you're working or not you get it good good do we already have enough people who were living off the government dole now that have no business living off the government dole and now were these people wanna make it a essentially a living wage josh do exist and do not utah my destroying the incentive to do anything he's talking about how bad power the is and the amount of human potential this being wasted i give to i know every time i gather this people get mad at me but it's just i mean the truth hurts i'm just telling you most people are poor because they've made bad choices there i've said it and people get mad when i say it but you know which true when you look around at poor people what are they doing a lot of times now you can say well it's not their fault or this is the way the rate i am not arguing they it i'm just saying that poverty by and large is due to people making bad choices and you say this and people get furious with you but you got the poor that disproportionately smoke disproportionately buy lottery.