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LINK Is Back

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:07 min | Last week

LINK Is Back

"Why would you try crypto? Well, look at the end of the day it comes down to profitability liquidity. The volatility that we've got in this market is just insane. Now, what that means if you take ten tribes and you have six loses that six percent down if you're managing properly was to try to break even so you know you get stopped out the Europe percent loss the other to try that got go onto Mike one likes five percent. Which we nice very, very, very easy to do in this market, the other hit six percent. Now you go net Sarajevo gross eleven percent gained six, percent loss, yacht five percent. You don't tend to get numbers like that in traditional markets now that still gone on sixty percents, lose rights and the other twenty percent they is break even. So what I'm saying is if you work on the probabilities increasing in your five through these courses, you'll the potential is just. An. Almost so most guy. WHO In the market. Currently as way save but not a lot look. I. Wouldn't be surprised bitcoin continue on little to Saad wise run spoken of this quite a bit of liked and it is continuing not bad. It's not bad. It's holding around that eleven thousand mock eleven thousand be the new handle all night. It was still hovering around that Criollos I'm with these sought wise marketed one often does is it allows us to have opportunities to try for sats. Think. That's a worth much but I can tell you now the sats that I made when Bitcoin was at full thousand, five, hundred a now with more than double what they were of a bank two, thousand bucks them Oh it's now over two thousand. So as banking for the future profits, in Sats, is what I love. When I can get the mind with markets. saw that's where I'm looking at Bitcoin to the mom once I saw wise I'm just talking about the last few days rots in Sunday. A bitcoin at the moment eleven thousand, one, hundred, sixty, seven, standpoint, three today yesterday. It was also down point three so much movie Yes not much volatility not much to work with this Syrian. Now it did close the Dow up one percent. It's a three, hundred, ninety dollars and thirty full sentence down half a percent right now, a guy needs to push above the high that I'm looking at four a full. Coverage around around that four hundred, the last couple of days with exile play it did pull that yesterday two point nine on December list is keeping keeping on too much. Actually move it's had a booming move high. And You know a little pullback is it to be well, I'd sites to be fairly Wilkins it's at one point three percent now just under thirty cents twenty, nine, point seven and not much really. They've me to work with very similar on bitcoin cash. It was down yesterday three percent at six fifty is down point seven. Now, a guy, it just sort of slowly slipping off. And it's still holding to seven FAV old. Top Channel. Area, it has broken into these above walls does that all the continuing to kick off lungs? Like. Coins holding pretty well as well and we're looking at fifty seven dollars and forty cents down half of a percent wrought now at fifty seven, forty not macho guy and it's going to get above. Sixty dollars ready for me to have. The trend is explicitly backing. The gang may be interested once more. BITCOIN is vague is. Currently two, hundred, twenty, four, dollars sixty, it was down one point seven percent yesterday currently down point six the one in the top ten that's up right now in fact, these Donna. And look as much as it's not really that tradable for me at the minute I'll talk about you know. The contract to our does have a bit of a trend To something that would capture more attention it fourteen point four cents at the moment, and it has been sort of pretty comfortable consolidating over the last couple of weeks sort of between the high of fifteen five around thirteen or two cent range. I widened to save does have a big push hearts up point seven, three, all of a percent now. Bottlenecks also, yesterday it was up one percent, but it's looking really strong there on that daily kind of. The four hours consolidating at the moment not quota a level for breakout try just yet although very much trying it's hottest to do. So the resistance is around the rage twenty, full forty, five ish around that sort of region if a breaks above their them for sure, I'll be looking for opportunities where Bush is the pullbacks in the one hour and two hour. We my focus stand its down point three, twenty, two dollars and twenty four cents. AOL's holding above three bucks right now down point three, five, a percent yesterday it was pretty much flat on the Diet. and link yesterday had a great performance reading up six point, two, three percent which full it from the day before eleven percent at link Look as a watch list It's a fantastic looking trend and I'm waiting for pool bikes on that four hour as timeframe of choice, full cradles. So again, like I say there's opportunity at the. End of the market's getting normal bullish

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Microsoft's 'Flight Simulator' for PC arrives on August 18th

Daily Tech News Show

00:36 sec | Last month

Microsoft's 'Flight Simulator' for PC arrives on August 18th

"After private Alpha testing over the last few months. Microsoft flight simulator will officially launch on August eighteenth, four. With pre orders and preinstalled, starting today, the latest, the last released rather of Microsoft, flight, simulator x esteem edition was back in twenty fourteen. It has been some time. The tradition of Microsoft flight simulator will be sixty bucks which twenty planes and thirty airports. There's also a deluxe edition going for ninety dollars with five additional planes and five extra airports and a premium deluxe edition, and includes ten additional plans into it'll and ten extra airports and priced at one hundred twenty

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As Unemployment Skyrockets, So Too Do LinkedIn Learning, Coursera Enrollments

Business Wars Daily

04:47 min | 3 months ago

As Unemployment Skyrockets, So Too Do LinkedIn Learning, Coursera Enrollments

"From one day I'm David Brown and this is business awards daily on this Thursday April thirtieth. Have you learned something new over the last few weeks signed up for an online course on work related skills or maybe decided to take up a new hobby. You are in good company. My friend during the first week of January Lincoln reported that its users watched more than a half million hours of linked and learning. That sounds like a lot but the first week in April learners watched one point seven million hours of classes three times as many same transit true of other online learning platforms to among the heavy hitters in this category is core. Sarah launched in two thousand twelve. The platform offers virtual classes taught by university professors for a fraction of university prices. Since stay at home orders began. The company. Says there's been eightfold increase in enrollment in social science personal development and arts and humanities courses according to The Guardian? That's an unprecedented increase core. Sarah Chief Product Officer Shrub on Goalie told newspaper. So what's happening? Well like so. Many Corona virus related phenomena. A lot of things are happening at once. I of course it's simply that millions of people have been home and while parents are busier than ever trying to help their children learn online. Many people without kids at home have time on their hands. And there's only so much netflix you can watch can hear it amen. In addition millions of us are searching for ways to tame pandemic inspired anxiety both linked in learning and core Sarah have seen enormous enrollment jumps in classes designed to help us manage stress for instance core. Sarah serves up the yield course. The science of wellbeing last year. Half a million students took the course encore Sarah's online platform making it the company's bestseller but that's nothing compared to this year so far in twenty twenty one point. Six million people have signed up for the class and on linked in learning over the last few weeks. People have been gravitating toward classes on mindfulness stress reduction and resilience. And then there's the elephant in the room layoffs as of last week. More than twenty six million. Americans had filed for unemployment. Some people are using. This moment is an opportunity to learn skills. Intended to make them more employable to prepare for job-hunting students are signing up to learn everything from data science and computer to personal branding both core Sarah and linked in are also trying to help solve pandemic related problems. Normally Corsair sells a version of its platform to schools and universities but when schools closed the company offered it to them for free in February fifty campuses were paying for the service today. Sixty eight hundred. Schools and universities are using the platform. The company says course era has also just started to make its courses free to the unemployed through partnerships with state local and international government. The company launched the program last week in Illinois Oklahoma and Arizona linked in to is offering classes in everything from small business management sales skills leadership for free to anyone who wants them unemployed or not normally linked in courses come with premium memberships. Which cost thirty dollars to a hundred dollars? A month courses from these platforms are useful but also quite serious. So what if you're just looking to learn something new for fun? Will you could turn to masterclass which offers eighty courses taught by celebrity? Instructors consider for instance a class self expression from Dragonstar Rupaul. Tennis from Serena Williams were screenwriting from Shonda rhimes. One class costs ninety dollars. In annual all access pass is just twice that much masterclass which is privately held. Says it's enrollments are growing but it's tight lipped and won't give any numbers away. Clearly though masterclasses leaders know how to grab eyeballs with so many of its ideal customers at home. It seems to be advertising more than ever video trailers seem to be all over facebook and instagram streams. The company claims it has an increased. Its advertising budget is just targeting its prospects precisely still. The ads are so ubiquitous that Saturday. Night Live spoofed. M. S. and L.'s. Version parodies actor Timothy. Shell may teaching students. How to wear a Hoodie? And Josie with the teenage former dance MOMS star teaching tick tock skills. Satire is rarely far from the truth. Of course masterclass has such diverse

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Lafayette 148 New York: Fantastically Vertical

American Fashion Podcast

09:35 min | 4 months ago

Lafayette 148 New York: Fantastically Vertical

"We are a global luxury lifestyle brand Led by women for women and the whole purpose of starting. The company was to be a vertical operation vertical. Meaning that we make everything ourselves So from start to finish we. We're able to control the process of manufacturing as well and you know we although we were founded in New York City. The company sort of outgrew the building and also knew that. We wanted to reinvest in some retail and in order to do that A. and Being a privately owned company. We're quite conservative. We decided to if we moved over to Brooklyn our rent. When I started the company it was nine dollars. A Square foot Twenty three years later it was ninety dollars a square foot so expensive so kind of expensive. So we we just you know. How do you re- reinvest in Your Business Model? So you know the number one expense for the company. Is the product the number two expenses? The people and number three was the rent so we went for number three because we didn't want to touch one into And found mazing hundred thousand square feet in the Brooklyn Navy Yard which is eight minutes by Uber from Lafayette Street and we collectively made a decision that this was great and we went to save money. But what we found was being on one floor completely changed the communications and the dynamics of how we work as a group so the culture which I think in today's world is such an important part of a business Our culture got better. It was good but it got great. Can you talk a little bit more about being a conservative business? Because I think a lot of people think about financing immediately when they're starting a business lately but but you haven't touched much of that well you know the first five years were really hard for the company and so not being Not Having the capital investments that may be other people had. We had to learn to live within our means. So what we would do. Is You know what we make. We would reinvest into the business. And so what what does is your growth is is more organic. Because you decide how you're going to grow how you're gonNA invest in in different areas when you want to grow and you don't WanNa you know. Look we all make mistakes? There's always a percentage of rnd and things that happened in in our business that you didn't predict but you know definitely we thought we needed a million dollars to start the company and ten million later we ran out of money and that was weird ca fears. You know the first five years Taught us a lot about what we didn't want to do in the future and you had to co-founders in the beginning I did and the Chinese AMERICANS SO MR and Mrs Sue were husband and wife team that manufactured clothes for me throughout my career Working at La's clayborn Donna. Karen Dana Buckman. So they were always there. They were always that jacket factory and yours needed great jacket in our industry That I could count on. You know they. They might have not been the cheapest factory because they were in New York City but they were reliable. Their quality was incredible and they were really nice. People that you could count on and so that relationship I kept throughout all the years whether or not I made close with them. 'cause it eventually. I moved to Hong Kong and started working for Germans and Italians and they didn't WanNA manufacturer New York so we just stayed friends and when it came back they asked me if I wanted to start a business with them and just the thought of not having to travel all over the world finding cheaper factories and being able to control the quality. The delivery the products Was Right up my alley. And they were just amazing. People that moved to America when they were in their teens they are forty years in America. They were you know They were that generation. Just like my parents were that came to the US to sort of you know. Build their dream In funding and in this case they ended up having to go back to their hometown. After forty years to rebuild our dream because in order to be competitive we had to move the factory if we wanted to stay vertical and you have an amazing sustainable complex in China. We have a fabulous. What you've built there. Yeah talk about that from the beginning and just training and what? That was what that was like. It's kind of fascinating okay. So you know We went over. Actually it was right after nine eleven and by the end of two thousand and one Mr Mrs Sue went home for the holidays and then he called me and told me he wanted to move the factory and by May of two thousand and two He flew me over there for one night to see the factory which consisted of three sewers a cutter in oppressor and just wanted to know what I thought of the factory. I was pretty speechless but I was smart enough to know that you know I could count on him so I asked him what he thought. And he said we're going to be just fine and he made sure we were justifying. He went from Ten Thousand Square feet to twenty thousand to forty thousand to the next time I visited him. He pulled up to an empty lot. And said what do you think and it was like? What did you do any says like bought the land And we're going to build our own facility. I want a building that is earthquake. Proof that sustainable. That's got solar panels on the roof for energy that that I can be comfortable Building in so he proceeded in less than two years to build a two hundred forty thousand square foot manufacturing facility that is state of the art incredible and today houses fifteen hundred people twelve hundred of which are sewers And you know anyone that visits it and plenty of important people have been from you know from the president. Fit's been there to to Mac Baucus. Who was the US ambassador to China and they all come there just to see what we've done and you know You know in our industry people just assume. Oh is it you know. Is it an acceptable factory? It's beyond acceptable. It's it's the pride of his hometown. So him and her really made a difference in their hometown. So was there a lot in terms of how he built the Culture In the quality of the factory in New York that was also taken there. And then you also side how to go so much. Further in terms of technology like to that. Just come naturally. No those are great questions. Because you know Mr superbeing factory New York City Was was getting smaller and smaller over the years. So technology was always a really important part of staying and surviving. So he was. He was ahead of his time in investing in whether it the Italian pressing machines or or or automatic cutting machines like all of this was sort of early. It was in his culture. Anyway you know when I think in East West Culture you know he used to. The First Holiday Party I went to I was there was only two people that weren't Chinese at the party. And he said turned to me and he said someday I wanted to be fifty fifty and you know he got he. He dreamed he dreamed really big but he wasn't a dreamer. He was a man that also taught you how to get the job done. You know you can rely on him and so he went back to his hometown and brought an American culture of manufacturing and also started teaching some of the local factories. How he would do it how we would do in the USA so you know. There was just an incredible ability to give back to the town. I mean after the factory was up and running of course we started to become profitable which was extremely exciting because after five tough years it was like wow when we could do hand embroideries and we could do leather in knits and things that we couldn't do in New York so it really helped us build at lifestyle brand but along with you know along with that You know he. He had to set up everything everything right. You know. Every there's eleven floors in the building each floor has different Sort of manufacturing system. You know there's there's a jacket floor. There's a blouse floor. There is a panton skirt floor. You know he built a building without columns in it and I don't know if anyone can say they've seen a modern building in China with twenty thousand square feet per floor without columns. But that's what you get to do when you build your own building you. You didn't have to figure out how the machinery would be laid out around these polls. So you know He. He was very amazing man.

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Redskins put franchise tag on guard Brandon Scherff

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Redskins put franchise tag on guard Brandon Scherff

"Even the Washington amid widespread Redskins a place postponements the franchise sub tag sporting on three events time worldwide Pro Bowl guard Japan Braden says sheriff the twenty the twenty two thousand summer fifteen Olympics first in Tokyo round selection will had go been in on talks as with planned the club despite on a long the corona term deal virus outbreak instead the Redskins Japanese ensure prime he would minister not reach Shinzo free agency Albay said Saturday Washington the Tokyo use the regular games will franchise still take tag place meaning in sharp July could still without talk with basing other teams Japan will the host Redskins the Olympics would have the right quote to match without any problem offer or as receive planned two first U. round S. draft president picks as Donald compensation Trump suggested earlier they could in still the week negotiate that Japan a long term should deal consider until postponing July fifteenth the Olympics the franchise as of Friday tag property Japan had Wyman over fourteen is expected hundred to be confirmed worth upward cases of fifteen of the covert million ninety dollars virus this season and around thirty Michael deaths Reaves I'm guessing Coolbaugh

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Simplify Your Marketing Efforts

The $100 MBA Show

06:40 min | 6 months ago

Simplify Your Marketing Efforts

"As business owners. We are susceptible to marketing overwhelm. We know there are so many different ways to market we have so many different platforms out there in the world. We often have a sense of overwhelm because we don't know what to do. So what we resort to is. We do everything and hope for the best. Well I WANNA give you strategy to one. Kill all the overwhelm number to simplify. Things could actually get more focused results. So let's get started. The first thing is is that when it comes to marketing to start with one marketing strategy or one marketing funnel one flow to a sale. So I'm going to give you an example in my own business so you can follow along the first thing you need to do when it comes to choosing one marketing strategy is to find out what's your strength we're can you add the most value to your company to your audience to be able to really flex your products muscles and sell your product at the end of the day. The point of marketing is a get a sale so for example There's some things that I enjoy doing the things that I'm good at. But what is my number one best superpower? What is the thing that I'm really good at and for me it's teaching? I was a high school university teacher over. Thirteen years A have multiple degrees in education. This is my strength so what is going to allow me to teach and utilize I- superpower. Well webinars zoo so for me. Webinars are the best way for me to really flex that muscle and make a sale for my customers. So this is how I get started. I focus on my strength for you. You might be agree writer so you might choose blocking as the way you're going to market your business through. Seo and then have a content upgraded at the end of the blog to get people on your email lists and then again your writings going to flourish with the. You know the nurture sequence in the emails that they're gonNA get the automations focus on your strengths. Now you might say. Hey aren't really have any strikes. I'M NOT AGREE WRITER. Not a great podcasts. Or I'm not really so good on video or teaching that of all the mediums. Which one are you best at? That's what you have to really nail on one is saying that you have to be an expert. But which one are you going to be able to add the most value with so the continuing example my superpower? My strength is teaching so I need to get people on a Webinar and a live webinar where I can teach them. I can give them value. I feel like I can really earn trust and earn people's business that way and make an offer on the Webinar to buy my product so I got to get them to a Webinar so I need to focus on a marketing strategy. That does that. This is getting really simple now right. I need to get to the Webinar. So how do I do that? I try everything I can to get the strategy to work now only focusing on this one strategy. I'm not trying to gain followers on twitter. I'm not trying to take over tick tock. The point here is that I'm taking one thing I know I can do. And I'm focusing on making sure I drive traffic to that thing and for me. It's Webinar so I might want some facebook ads to get people to register via Webinar. I might send an email to my current Melissa. Get them to ten my Webinar. I might teach on a video that will offer with an opt in with an email optin and after that opt in I invite them to. You guessed it my Webinar. So this is one strategy that I want to refine I wanna take the time as much as possible to really nail this strategy every two weeks. I want to evaluate. How much is it costing me to get a customer through this funnel through the strategy with amusing paid ads? Whether I'm getting somebody to write something for me what's the cost per acquisition at the end of the day? So if I'm going to do some simple math let's say I run Some facebook ads. Get three hundred registrants. It costs me a thousand dollars to get those three hundred registrants and in on that Webinar. I convert ten sales in each sales. Worth a thousand dollars to my cost per acquisition per customer because I got ten customers and I spent a thousand dollars to get them is one hundred dollars per customer. That'S MY CAC. That's pretty good if your product is more than one hundred dollars so for me. An annual plan for one of our Winter Ninja plans ranges from four hundred. Sixty eight up to two thousand. So I'm well over my CAC. It's a good deal. It's a good Marketing campaign now. I'm not done with this campaign. I'm not done with the strategy. My job every two weeks is to Italy on that funnel to Itera on the ads to make some tweaks to make some tweaks on the email copy to make some tweaks on my webinar. My offer all these things to try to drive the CAQ down. It's at one hundred dollars right now but maybe I can get it down to ninety dollars or eighty dollars a really wanNA perfect this marketing strategy. I don't WanNa just abandoned it now that I see I'm getting a return on investment. Let me get a better return on investment in once I feel like I've invested enough time. In my opinion. Three iterations is enough. So that's about six weeks of of Iteration where I say. Okay this is kind of where I'm ending up on when it comes to my cost per acquisition. It's at an all time low. This funnel works. I'M GONNA keep repeating this play over and over and over because it makes my business money. I'm not gonNA stop doing this marketing. Remember if something works double down on it. Increase the spend on it. Make sure you're actually utilizing what works now going to look into. Hey what else can I do? What other marking Shijie can I add to this strategy so again? I'm going to double down on my strengths. If I'm good at teaching what I offer my expertise to partners to people have an audience that I want to get in front of our on a Webinar for them and again. I'm going to optimize this funnel. This marketing strategy optimize. How much it costs me whether it's through a philly commission whether it's through an atom driving For that audience to get to the Webinar and again three iterations two weeks at a time to get that cost per acquisition. Down as you can see. We're getting really simple reading really focused and we're making sure something works before we move on. Hey what if there is no improvement? What if the CAC is astronomical after three iterations? That's okay. We learned that this does not work. Then we can move on to another strategy but you gotta focus and give it your all and give it three durations before you move on

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It's a Major Award: Literary Medals and Prizes

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

08:27 min | 6 months ago

It's a Major Award: Literary Medals and Prizes

"For today's episode. Yes I decided. I know that we're like we're kind of an award season. Yeah absolutely will talk about the Grammy's and the Oscars and all that stuff but I'm not talking about that and more highbrow highbrow. Today's episode is. It's a major award literary medals in prizes so ooh I don't think I know a lot about those great great. That's what I'm here for. Thank you so I feel like sometimes there's different there's different prices that are for specific genres of literature will cover those on their certain prestigious swans. There's ones that are for like a specific work published during a year or sometimes prizes honor a specific person and take into account their whole body of work. So it's not just like a book award. Sometimes it's just like an author award or -actly exactly in the field of literature so cool the first one. I'm sure everybody's heard of this won the Nobel Prize in Literature. Sure to this. Is that Swedish literature? Prize awarded Bennett ordered annually since nineteen o one It can be to an author from any country who has in the words of Swedish industrialist Alfred Nobel produced quote in the field of literature the most outstanding work in ideal direction so while individual works are sometimes cited as being particularly noteworthy. The award is actually based on an author's body of work as a whole so literature is one of the five Nobel prizes established by the will of Alfred Nobel in Eighteen ninety-five Lauren. I know you hate it when I do this year. Can you name me? Can you name me the other Nobel? Prizes okay Health and services. That's a cab. No there's is there medicine yes okay. There's Oh God chemistry biology astronomy. Shoot up down just naming science physics yes okay. And then one more big one engineering. No and the big won the Nobel Prize. Yes these species so the fit. Sorry I know. The five Nobel. Prizes are literature chemistry piece physics and physiology or medicine. Okay I'm economics is sometimes considered under the name of the Nobel prize but it was actually added by Sweden's central bank in nineteen sixty eight and is actually named Nobel's memory. It wasn't one of the original prices. Okay so it's kind of a with an asterisk. Yes okay okay. So for literature specifically Each year the Swedish Academy sends out requests for nominations of candidates and members of the academy who are members of Literature Academies insiders professors of literature and language often sometimes for former Nobel winners and president of freighters organizations. They're all allowed to nominate candidate. And you cannot nominate yourself By April that year the academy narrows the Field Down to about twenty candidates and then a month later. There's a shortlist of five names so for the next four months everybody everybody like on the panel is supposed to read and review all the works of all the candidates like like you got four months. You have to read every book this guy ever Bro. If I know anything about academics. It's that they're not going to do that. Really really tearing back the veil here exactly so by October that you remember how to vote and the candidate who receives more than half of the votes is named the Nobel laureate in literature so no one can actually get the prize without being on the list at least twice what's unclear and so many of the same authors reappear and are reviewed repeatedly over the years. Maybe that's how they get around having to read all that stuff because they're like. I did that three years ago. I'm not doing. I'm not doing that again. So the judges are composed of an eighteen member committee. Who are elected for life. Why up until two thousand eighteen? They were not technically permitted to leave. But I can crawl can carl. The Sixteenth Gustav Amend the rules of the academy and made it possible for members to resign if necessary but at a certain point. It was like you're on the committee for that's very ominous so a literature. Nobel Prize laureate earns a gold medal. A diploma with a citation and a sum of money. How much money you ask. The amount of money awarded depends on the income of the Nobel Foundation that year but for twenty one thousand nine hundred it was nine million Swedish krona equivalent to nine hundred thirty four thousand two hundred ninety dollars and ninety cents American. That's nothing to sneeze sneeze out my man. No one hundred twelve Nobel prizes in literature. I've been awarded between nineteen o one in two thousand nineteen to one hundred sixteen individuals that has been to a hundred men and fifteen women. Geez it's been actually shared between two individuals on four occasions and seven times. They decided not to award at anybody. So the laureates have been writing in twenty five different languages over time so it's not just like not just English not just Swedish. Whatever the youngest ever to receive the Nobel Prize in literature was registered kipling. Who was forty one years old when he was awarded it in nineteen? Oh seven and the oldest. Was Doris lessing? When she was eighty eight. Wow got it in two thousand seven. Two Writers have actually declined the prize. Boris Pasternak in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and John Pulsar nineteen sixty four assaults right but the most recent winner. And that's in this whole episode. I'm going to go over the most recent because if we talked about everybody that's ever wanted a frigging a word. That'd be boring. It would be boring and fun but that would be so. I'm going to tell you about the most recent winner. Sometimes it's a twenty twenty word sometimes. It's twenty nineteen. Sometimes it might be a little earlier than that so so anyway. The most recent winner Nobel Prize for Literature Twenty Nineteen Peter Hannukah. Who is a German novelist? Playwright and poet For an influential work with linguistic ingenuity that has explored. The periphery in the specificity of human experience is how is they declared it? So Peterman Kiss for twenty one thousand nine. Was your most recent winner of the Nobel Prize in literature. Another big one is the Booker Prize for fiction. Yes okay so this. One is a literary prize awarded each year for the best original novel written in the English Language and published in the United Kingdom so the price was originally established as the Booker McConnell prize. After the company Booker McConnell Ltd began sponsoring the event in nineteen sixty nine and it became commonly known as the Booker Prize or simply the booker in two thousand and two. The title sponsor became the Investment Company. Man Group which opted to retain booker as part of the title calling it the man. Booker Prize from two thousand to twenty nineteen. So you've heard that I'm sure yes But the prize money awarded with the Booker Prize was originally about twenty one thousand pounds and subsequently raised to fifty thousand in two thousand two under the sponsorship of the man group making it one of the world's richest literary prizes in two thousand nineteen a new sponsor crank start announced it would sponsor the award for five years with the option to renew for another five so at that point they just changed the title to simply the Booker Prize because the crank start prize. No historically the winner of the Booker Prize had been required to be a citizen of the Commonwealth of Nations the Republic of Ireland or Zimbabwe but it was announced in September twenty thirteen that future booker prize awards would consider others from anywhere in the world so long as their work was in English and published in the UK stomachs. 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How Much Should You Spend on Podcast Equipment?

Podcasting Tips & Tricks with Lyndal Harris

07:43 min | 6 months ago

How Much Should You Spend on Podcast Equipment?

"If you have done a google search on what is the best. Microphone for podcasting. I am sure you are as bamboozled as the next person. And there is so much information out the with God's on how to start and Gods what sort of equipment that you need to purchase and I think it's really important to take a step back and really look at. What is your budget? You can go and spend a thousand dollars on gay before you even know what you're gonNA podcast about. If you're following some of the information that is out there and personally. I don't feel that. That is a very good tactic at all. I think you should be thinking about the longevity of your podcast. Are you sure this is something that you really want to do? Are you sure that if it's a business podcast that it is going to be a wise investment for your marketing activities? I think it is a great marketing tool. But obviously it's not for everybody and I think it's really important to really sort of think through whether you want to go and spend a lot of money to start with all star on a basic budget that will give you really really good audio quality and then upgrade down the track if you want to improve your audio quality and you know that podcasting you are in it for the long game and then sit down and work out what your budget is so yes you can start a podcast on a shoestring budget in fact you can start a podcast without spending a cent on equipment. Not My recommendation but I would say. There are a lot of people that start. Their journey with the headset plugged into their foreign. That has the microphone on the pace and that will produce a decent quality sound. Just be mindful if that is the way that you're doing it that the mark isn't rubbing on your clothes or any color or anything like that or a necklace. Ernie jewelry and you can get good quality audio doing that. My recommendation would always be if you've got a little bit of a budget than spend it on a good. Us Bay microphone and again. It's the type of thing where the budget really will help. You decide what you WANNA buy and you can get a really good starting microphone from about eighty ninety dollars on Amazon or any of the other places. You buy your podcasting gear and the starting point one I would recommend is the Audio Technica. Twenty one hundred. There are a couple of audio technica ones. I personally like the twenty one hundred the best and I think that it gives you a really good quality sound now the beauty of the US bay marks any of them. Is You just plug them into your computer? And you're literally ready to hit record and stop making some fantastic podcasts. The next one up if you've got a fair budget is one of the road mike that I would suggest sorry. There's a couple of USB ones that are really good one is the road and T- USB and another is the road podcastone now. The road antique comes with a little pop filter on its iron or a little Pop Shield and also a little stand that it comes on so that can be a really good purchase where it all comes in as one one piece of equipment if you buy the Audio Technica I think they still come with a little stand but you will need to get a pop filter or a pop socks that goes with that and that won't cost you too much money but it helps with the places. The road podcast art. Even though it is a great USB microphone you do need to consider a couple of extra pieces of equipment. If you're going to buy that particular one and you'll be looking at either a stand or a boom on and you'll also need to get the shock mount as well as a pop song or the pop filter that sits in front of it so it will cost you a little bit. More but rode microphones do produce fabulous quality. Sound so I if you are looking to buy a microphone and you are on a smaller budget. Then have a look at one of those three options. And if you aren't sure still head into one of the stores like store. Dj or getting contact with them online or DJ city and have checked them about what you're looking for the type of spice that you'll be recording in and say what they recommend as well. Now I've got a much bigger budget. Then you can start looking at some of the mixes and side Zoom Handy recorders or the road CASTA. Pro which is a podcast console. And the Excel Microphones and what have you saw? Look there are so many. Different amazing microphones out there and different mixes. And what have you? The two that I know are very popular others zoom handy recorders and they come in all the different interruptions. I think they're up to the number six now and again. It's really thinking about. What do you need it for? You need something that's really portable. Then you might look at Zoom Handy recorder or you might also look at the road cast of pro. Which is I think about. Eight hundred dollars and you can pu- all sorts of different paces. Bits and pieces and that that is a really newish pace of cage. And I've heard lots of amazing feedback on that one. Sorry right off the Bat. If you're looking for the best option that you could possibly have then you might look at that road caster pro and see if that will suit your needs so just recapping. If you've got a smaller budget. I still think it would be worthwhile. Investing in a USB microphone and also some of the peripheral paces like you pump filter your or the pop song you can get the sock that fits over the end of the microphone and the other thing that I think you probably might need to look at is other a stand for your desk or a boom so that you can move that microphone in and out and have it otherwise. If you're holding it you can actually find that the recording might be a bit walked because you might be moving around and the microphone is capturing it in a different way. There are some microphones that I haven't mentioned on here. That are quite popular in the podcasting world and on talking probably more take usually about the blue. Yes she to be honest. It's probably not a microphone that I would recommend. It does pick up a lot of sound around the place and it could pick up a pain dropping in the next room. Sorry if you really getting that best audio quality not sure that the blue yes. She is going to be the microphone. Feed on saying that. It's not that it's a bad microphone. It's just that people often don't set it up and use it in the correct way so if you do get that microphone spend some time really looking at the setup and the settings and everything that's involved with the setup of it so that you get the best out of that particular microphone it's about knowing your budget it's about knowing that you should probably invest a little bit of money into a microphone at the very least but you don't need to go out and spend thousands to start off and really sort of breaking down that barrier of people thinking that they need to go and spend thousands of dollars to stop podcasting way. You really need to start with that and my suggestion would be probably stop by spending hundreds and hundreds of dollars with a couple of hundred dollars. You can get a really good microphone. Just stop the journey. Say that it's working for you then. Invest and upgrade your equipment down the track.

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Poll Workers Needed for March 3 Election

Red Eye Radio

00:20 sec | 6 months ago

Poll Workers Needed for March 3 Election

"Time is running short and poll workers are needed for the March third presidential primary election bilingual workers are especially needed in six languages poll workers receive a stipend ranging from a hundred to a hundred and ninety dollars the registrar of voters is also looking for stand by poll workers who can come in a short notice more info at CBS eight

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How Do You Compare to the Average American?

Motley Fool Answers

09:15 min | 6 months ago

How Do You Compare to the Average American?

"The financial profile all of the average American or more accurately profiles of many average Americans since a proper apples to apples? Comparison takes into account several factors. So we're GONNA approach this this by looking at the financial life cycle of somebody which of course starts with birth. Fortunately you don't have to pay for your own birth. That's good because because the average cost of a birth in America these days ten thousand dollars and that's if there are no complications whatsoever So let's jump ahead to one of the first experiences people have have with actually earning money and that is an allowance. How many kids get an allowance? And how much do they get law. According to a recent survey from the American Institute of CPA's as two thirds of parents get allowance and the average is thirty dollars a week. It's pretty nice. Isn't ages they say what ages they start giving they broke it down a little bit. Okay but what was interesting to me was far too five. Parents expect the children to do work. Some people feel like you should just allowance because that's how you learn how to be responsible And they expect at least one hour week of chores but on average children are spending five point one hours a week doing chores for their allowance. So let me just say that my kids are below average with my kids are not doing five hours. Where the tour? I don't even do five hours worth of chores in our house and I do a lot of chores in our. What are these are? Are these kids living on a farm like that's a very good question. Chores chores could be clean your room for us. It is dishes this. This is the number one joy that kids do and we're not even very good of making them. Do it. Put your own shoes on in the morning to dress yourself. Live at Downton Abbey. Everyone everyone here anyway. So there you go. That's allowance so that's money from your parents but you'll eventually reach the point where you can start earning money from other people and here we are talking about being a teenager but the emphasis is can because most teenagers don't according to a study by the Hamilton project. And the Brookings Institute back in Nineteen nineteen seventy nine fifty eight percent of teenagers. Were doing some sort of work. But today it's only thirty five percent most teenagers don't have a job which not even like babysitting reasoning or I I guess not then the factors for why this has gone down as number one. They say that teenagers just have more things to do. Like like more kids are doing More kids are taking classes over the summer. Also there's less low wage work more competition from older folks and immigrants. That said I have three teenagers and I'm not sure I quite vile this Mike. Especially in the summer my kids have managed to find jobs but regardless the majority of teenagers not working. What was your first job while so I used to cut before I was of age to be doing? I cut lawns in the neighborhood and Dan. I watered flowers at a local flower shop. Then sure I've told you this story F.. I faked my birth certificate so I could work in McDonalds when I was age. Fifteen instead instead of sixteen so I did that ric have I to you. It was your first job horrible paper route once where you have to go door to door and collect the money which I always hated to do you so I never did it so I never really got paid for thing. What about you so my first job? I I went to high school where you are expected to work like four hours a day so you go to class in either the morning or the afternoon and then you would then so what kind of like work at the school. Yeah you'd work in the school or you'd lurk working in nearby bakery or you'd work farm too so you could work on the farm. Some people had farm jobs or work on maintenance and the school So I worked for the principal symbol. Of course I was responding. I did a lot of you. Know entering in people's grades and typing let transcribing letters and just the office work so as like fifteen. I think started. Did you like that because I've often thought especially as a former elementary school teacher junior high teacher. I thought a lot of this education is wasted in the dish. It's been half the day like working out in the basically interning at different types of jobs because they're not learning so much in school. Yeah no I mean it was is one of the better jobs to have on campus. That's for sure. So did you. And your friends. I'll get straight a's no but we I mean we could. We could have definitely changed. All of our grades were honest asked by it was a religious school so God would have smoked in us we. We were well aware of the consequences for changing our grades. So we didn't do it got got it. At least I didn't what's next in life. maxine life is well. We're going real job hitting their well even before. Then you finish high school and and then what college you go to college. I should first of all point out that it's nice if you want to write so point out. First of all. The graduation rate from public high schools is now eighty five percent near an all time high. So let's go so how many people then go onto college sixty nine point seven percent according to the Department of Labor not everyone gets four year degree as some people go to college and they don't get a degree. People get the associates so when you look at four year bachelor's degrees and graduate degrees. It's it's between thirty five and forty percent of people who actually end up with a degree but almost seventy percent do end up going to college which of course brings us to one of the first major financial decisions. A kid has to make depending on how much their family is willing and able to pay and that is the cost of college so according to the College Board. Let's go over the numbers here for the two thousand nineteen thousand twenty year a four year your public in State Education Room Board Fees Tuition Twenty one thousand nine hundred and fifty for your public out of state thirty eight thousand three hundred and thirty four year private school forty nine thousand four hundred ninety dollars ice now. The College Board is quick to point out at those are the published sticker prices and that most people don't pay those they say that about three quarters of students receive grants that reduce the actual price that people pay and just just about every college these days has something called net price calculator. You go onto their website. You put in some basic financial information. It gives you a general idea of how much you would pay. It's not binding or anything but if you're thinking of a college go to the net price calculator and you get an idea of how much aid you might receive. That said. We all know that grants. It's an aren't enough. which brings us to the topic of educational loan so approximately two thirds of kids graduate with debt with the average being between thirty thousand and forty thousand dollars depending on which source? You're looking at repayment. Can Take Ten to twenty years. And according to the Federal Reserve one fifth of ours were behind in their payments in two thousand in seventeen. So you have to wonder is a college degree worth the cost well for most people. The answer's probably yes. College grads on average earn seventy I five percent more than high school grads but that said the Fed did find that college is not a good investment for about twenty five percent of graduates and several studies of people who have loans at found that the majority of people regret the debt and they wish they would have found some other way to pay for college either going to community college allege not going to the private school something like that but regardless of how you pay for it you do graduate head out of college time for that first job. How much can you expect to make while starting salaries these days around fifty three thousand dollars? But who's paying you the most well engineering degrees computer. Peter Science and math those starting salaries are between sixty five thousand and seventy thousand math math. Now that's crazy math data that everyone is so hot with the data. One loves the data exactly so since we just brought up salaries. Let's expand this beyond starting income income in general in the United States. What is the average or the median household income and the United States and the answer is whereas the sixty three thousand one hundred seventy nine dollars? that's what you said family or average average average household household income but there are a lot of factors that would tournament starting with where you live. So the highest incomes are in the northeast. Meeting is around. Seventy thousand thousand filed by the West Midwest and the South South is lowest at fifty seven thousand. Being married helps. The median income for a household with a married couple earns. Ninety three thousand six hundred dollars Also age is a factor the households will make the most are in the forty five to fifty four age range with a median income of eighty. Four thousand four hundred dollars. We've talked about this before. Where income generally peaks at some point in your late forties or early fifties? Finally just just give me an idea of where your income puts you in relation to the rest of America. Here's how the income dispersion breaks down so if you make thirty seven thousand dollars you're in the bottom thirty thirty percent again. Median sixty three thousand. If you make one hundred thousand year in the top thirty percent hundred eighty four year in the top ten percent and to be in the top five five percent you make two hundred and forty eight thousand dollars. That's generally how income breaks down.

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FDA approves first peanut allergy treatment

Rush Limbaugh

00:19 sec | 6 months ago

FDA approves first peanut allergy treatment

"The first treatment for peanut allergy has won approval from the FDA the drug pal for geo Willis for eight hundred ninety dollars a month the treatment approved for those ages four to seventeen won't make it possible for children with a life threatening condition to have a peanut butter sandwich but it could bring relief to families that have had to build their lives around avoiding

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"ninety dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:43 min | 9 months ago

"ninety dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You well I we are going to by the Pasadena hi Bonnie what you have I got a twenty eight foot fiberglass ladder and I got a twenty four hour loan on letter both for ninety dollars okay of regular cable it's watch your language I'm sorry taking a table right I got a picnic tables new like a full of a thirty six does it on a bench is attached to a separate this okay all right how much you want for that are low all right got on the road or in the state in which okay eighty down for a picnic table with a fancy CD you have a harder glance ladder and old aluminum ladder and what's your phone number Pasadena fourteen four three seven four oh eight one four ten four three seven four zero eight one four to two ladders or the picnic table call Bobby in Pasadena thanks Larry it was a hundred out okay thanks Bobby thank you bye bye bye Richard and face Berg I do some wrong Richard yup hi rich is gone all right yes is that I've been lying all right so we're going to Jeff and place Phil all right yeah hi Jeff your show for years a lot of it first however called though anyway keep up the great work we love we love first time callers two thousand three Dodge caravan I've read it dies it doesn't work anymore this the new the new starter as well yeah well Lisa figure out try to stop or park to somebody wants that after five hundred or best offer I think they're good deal for five hundred because if people want to work on the car because if they take the parts to get more than five hundred dollars for so go about your fifteen thousand miles on there we had it for many years but with Jack is that the you know what I have to look elsewhere too much work who thank you thank you for somebody from a ninety to two expensive for me before guy doesn't sell it's funny with the guy next okay five hundred.

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Cab driver accused of 'fare-beater' stabbing is charged by NYPD, but maintains innocence

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Cab driver accused of 'fare-beater' stabbing is charged by NYPD, but maintains innocence

"Delivery car driver facing charges in connection with the confrontation sandy D. Hey Zeus Rodriguez says he was the victim but he's been arrested charged with assault menacing and criminal possession of a weapon in connection with the confrontation last month driver association spokesman Fernando Mateo says Rodriguez says a female customer stole is day's wages one hundred ninety dollars from his console when he followed her into a building at that point this big guy lunged at him and that's when we saw that he pulled out of pocket knife and he tried to defend themselves by keeping this guy away the accuser described it to police as a kitchen knife and he says he was slashed on the left side Julia pop by ten ten wins in the Bronx

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Is Bitcoin About To Blast Off?

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:10 min | 10 months ago

Is Bitcoin About To Blast Off?

"A very interesting market at the end by interesting on main bloody boring there is very little actually guy in the weekend was Kinda it just complete dud lubick holding above nine thousand and continues to hold above nine thousand which is positive I mean that's a that's a good thing it really is a adlide to say get into a trend and sought to get a bit more simplicity to it but again you know a small consolidation that we are saying we have same basically for bit overweight now it's not a problem I don't see it as a bad thing we're holding above that nine thousand Shola wouldn't surprise me at all to say another leg-up I'm I'm only saying that just simply because of the the way we went lost on and how we have held caught strong above nine thousand their pay very little profit tacking on mu which remains of the move we saw hitting higher may I say this is not a prediction it may have the strength to leg through to another the higher hi I'm hoping because of tank we get above ten k. well the bull stop moving and we'll go a guy become a non thousand two hundred twenty nine dollars down one percent right right now a theory that wanted to release the break up through two hundred to get ourselves into that uptrend declare that round number again very taught consolidation to the last full dis our wanted to Eddie walnuts down point six percent not going on there and the rest of the top ten is very similar to that is well in the sense that there is not a great deal going yeah on a US against the dollar on looking here on the two forty which is the four and daily the daily no trend they really are the weekly has got that up trim with a low into higher high but again I want to say this push to new Hawes on that daddy above three dollars fifty six regions fifty seven Alka currently three hundred twenty nine also down one point three five percent still limits is taking a long haul more much knauss of the many of the other child's out there now if you look on the Bonnet child's actually been trend kicking on their on four out but again the daily it's ever so slow slightly a grinding to the upside not really that interesting but it is down it's down three point five percent at six point nine cents and we'll see how that goes over the coming days ex- up against the US is currently crabbing Dr Walking once again not having done in March for the loss basically two weeks to be fed sitting at a range of twenty to thirty three cents to twenty eight point five holding its gram I am not doing much currently stand one point three percent twenty nine one lot point one of the two in the top ten that he's its up point four percents another great deal very taught Lorraine's there on that deadly guy if I you know I it does Lucas potential for to pop I wanna see the pub before plight but definitely holding in that cradles those aren't rotten no trades yet available for me but certainly that resistance at sixty two. Id nine sixty three ish break-up through that region would be very very nice endemic actually confirm that we've got an upturn but we've got to get through sixty four that is the most recent hall that with as rejection candles around fifty dia holding in that consolidation it certainly doesn't look like it's out of the out of the question for it to do that fifty nine dollars fifty eight thousand seventy nine cents Bitcoin in cash holding its ground better than all the rest of them against the US day up at two hundred ninety dollars it's pretty much flat for the days takes toying with at three hundred GonNa pop three hundred get through that three hundred hand and then we'll be good to gay couple of levels of resistance right deal to hold back B. N. B. That is because it's hauling ground looking quite Nas in Dade as far as we look at this on the dilates it's Hell Caught Nassir was sitting just estimate of twenty dollars at twenty dollars and ten cents point two three of a percents Interesting to see what the house or the next coming few days of one point nine cents off the having had a very strong surge of the last couple of weeks we have to that cradles on at one point nonsense sits down point five percent car not too bad at all giving an on that looking at Kaduna next at four point one cents down one point four six percent a guy that just needs to help a bit more when you see brake before point five cents say that we would that upturn implies happy to try it then base still holding around one thirty I we're actually below I want thirty eight rod now we've pulled back into that crowd bitter resisted ahead of it not resistance sustain respected to significantly of light but tights down one point seven six percent today so across the board goes yes this opportunity at the my way to look at what to look forward to my scan among go there is some good training opportunities starting to set up right now but it is on those Alz Tacoma one fifty list traded without module that leverage that is just basically spot trading long island some good opportunities there there's always opportunities around and if there's is not well way be patient but you know what to do guys get along to the Sydney course when he in twenty four fantastic day don't forget the online content gauze added a bunch of stop to it so if you haven't logged in for a while go and check out the members area

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Scary Stories From The Eek-conomy

The Indicator from Planet Money

08:44 min | 10 months ago

Scary Stories From The Eek-conomy

"We are exploring some of our darkest economic fears and our slightly worried about aliens from outer space in Nineteen fifty four in December nineteen fifty four there are a whole bunch of people in Chicago the Planet Clarion so this group called the seekers and they got a ton of media attention is looks like you know looks like Iran is in fact what they did was doubt that we people convince themselves of something the facts proved them you see right now in a political discourse is is a lot of people. I'm really afraid that the cognitive distances kicking in and we've splintered US oh that's poetic next up jared Europe some of the big important economies Germany in particular seems to be slowing down and markets will take care of themselves yeah there stoically very worried about over-heating about inflation Connie's is a way to really entrench these downturns or slow growth it's a prevention is happening exactly not only do you need an ounce of prevention space aliens too big economic fears because if you and I bought our own economic fears in fact this shirt and it's a picture of an inverted yield curve people make you healed off recessions to come right but also upside down words saying because the inverted yield curve does have a good track record of because it has such a strong track record it is a monster to me it is something that makes me worried with black pants and kind of green ish jacket I don't okay spirits is a term invented by the economist John Maynard Keynes to explain the role of emotions Jim shop because they're always like a billion costume places in New York that go into like any empty and you know this is New York Halloween subway in New York is always kind of a spectacle right everybody nobody was dressed up in the opposite I thought like what is going on so two years ago we spent almost ninety dollars per household on Halloween the sheer it's about spend extra money on a costume and then of course if people are pulling back on their Halloween spending maybe means they're the National Retail Federation reported that fewer people are celebrating Halloween at all dressed up and I found the Devin Miller you know our office manager like the sweetest the things in fact so I thought I would like bring him into into the studio and ask him like into work dressed up and then you like became discouraged and like just took off the costume that and then what happens okay so this morning I dressed up as a lumberjack my normal routine given the place ready for the day but it just I don't know I just wasn't feeling can't muster halloween spirit like that's a bad sign like I feel like Devon's always modesto all week like Jack Lynch and ready to go devon will you be our indicator lean close is our indicator for this Halloween. I think it's I think it speaks in

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Weekend Racing Preview | Caulfield Guineas Day Preview

Three Wide No Cover

12:13 min | 10 months ago

Weekend Racing Preview | Caulfield Guineas Day Preview

"Ayuthaya true good for perfect conditions I think a little bit of Brian sort of Wednesday Thursday just takes the main probably not much irrigation we'd love that I think it's going to Rice really well as coalfield does bought it's always an advantage to be on speed in those first one to sorta seven at caulfield it's always an advantage not much we randy the side I think it's GonNa play really straight and really fairly but I always think you've got to be advantageous just on spe does also to get there's a lot of variables in rising but once you back you control sometimes you need some walks on spayed where you want to bake oilfield Saturday very good or on the table at the first of our group we're GONNA rise pagoda so we've got six the thousand guineas used to be on the Wednesday boys now moved of course to the Saturday the last few years and it's just or for the die at fiber here's the first of a number of good often run his foot at two dollars thirty law at five fifty had some good memories of these track all has I missile mantra nine dollars acting hasn't these horse with good acting trae on the trump one of their ten dollars Tenley twelve dollars emerald thirty dollars southbank seventeen dollars Baba's Fox at twenty one on eloquent at twenty six dollars over the Piji Fatal Remember Twenty Six and Sin Edwards Crown at forty on dollars Josie very important here look not a lot of spayed Elliott acting oh go forward we'll go forward as well foot from that White Guy I think he has to be positive obviously there was a lot of talk about the run lost in the guineas prelude where he drew wide with her and he just sort of went back Salak along the LoC somewhat out of the equation expected to be somewhat in the one one way do you go with these rice well a lot of coming out of that is probably which was one boy acting own spate I'm just slightly worried about that rice and I will come out of it there's a lot of narrative sleeping on lucky but he fleet had won the rice boy half link let's do it right now if we'd be getting to thirty of mock to-to-to Seventieth Mock Duck Creek five is getting that but I just think she's going to drift on the I I think he'll get better than the two-thirty on officer if you like her maybe play a little bit lighter in closer to the rice I'm worried about that rice they went in slowly they couldn't break twelve seconds the lost two hundred that worries me about that Rice what do I do I know a lot of holistic coming into that rice will I go for a different form loin the oil eloquent full moines so I found the phone line from Sydney and I'm going with the Homeless Code Emeralds Got Eight and buy some pretty good ones last dot with Fun Star thirty one dollars but was fifty one hundred thirty one got Bayton that track was a little bit Ryan affected that died I went slowly but based lost four hundred two hundred of the dye that Rice to pay Arado who knows a superstar and before that Gobain by Yale she ran really well in the golden rose of a fast a game was really good light four hundred two hundred two different form on Jones agent really know he's done it before with the highest level lava who won the white when it comes around and this why so there's no worries with China Arkan emeralds at the price is ripping bit and I think it will drift on the well Josie interesting side that with would actually opened a twenty into to ten now aptitude thirty so if that continues there will be a drift estee e you in a similar can't wait you think the it can get beat or now that she's the one I wanna Roger Fleet because it's a tug at rice who to run these small I think she's going to be taking on the day the reason unquote last dot cushy drew fifteen I didn't want to give her a gut bossed out and went right back zoomed up sawed them she didn't have room approaching the if she gets out of the long she is them away because she's got an amazing turn foot so she's coming in flying onto the right our little bit she's a short pause because everyone's thinking potential with taint potential she should absolutely one that ornery so she finally draws a guy which is terrific all concur with Josie acting fit will roll for this more pressure on she's drawn a little at and she'll have to use because I'm eloquently locks the row Ford will mica US getting up the hill the first time at the four day southbank joining saw those two will be honest as well tron bucks doc bobby's Fox was closed last doctor on the pint it'll hold so that'll be the first four the interesting roundup will be cited which cran drawn aunt doesn't WanNa get caught going to rocky he wants to come across the bay in the first half dozen would imagine 'cause they're going to look that tape look back that by off this'll be the nature of the beast I'll go quicker early hill then they'll look to back the tempo off law and fleet get the best runs to pays back one eight one back to horses I've got a great turn of foot they classy Ranasinghe the rice they guy to get that sit back off that wall torp Iran and get at at the raw thome that's why I wanna Rod Fleet because she's had that topic coalfield now and she should have won last dot and she's got a lot of upside I'm not worried about the process so I'll be following southbank oil elegant into the rice now the key is here Emerald who gets back but it's a first look at coalfield and she's going to have the wall up with the logs have missile mantra who have her back on he's Roy showed running missile mantra Nice to have got the best turn of foot light by Kenai be close enough from the six fifty two the the three fifteen to build up and sprint with the locks of fleet and yes I law that again and get those beautiful rounds just off that high pressure really so I'm going with fleet on thinks she's got more upside and I recommend she uses that tuna food she'll be happy catch so of course I'm glad this is rice seeks saving I would not want this in the Corey these pretty auburn as open as you'd say rice to thirty five rituals Oregon just more attack when whenever it's worth which is not much let's have a look at rice seven now the coalfield stikes aviles easier five deservedly so those thirty five homes four dollars density area and those fifty gathered chop eleven bucks a dream castle thirty dollars black hotbed showing not backing up it or not paying to win second arrive there at seventy dollars getting those and Chitral Good Humour Twenty Seven Harlem and Asuka debuted at thirty five and sixty seven Josie yes saw matt pretty important he gal H Open Heisman have drawn gates one and two so I think they'll control the gala shop? I think heisman considered so expect getting to roll forward as well as your spayed and I think that's where they'll say it'll and that's where it will play at villiers can probably find fought on the back of my be three pairs back something like that he was back to his best oversee on that Swat we self destruct going back to a bit of a hard track boy rice seven these tracks gonNA firm right up even get back into the good three by that stage maybe there's a knock on that and not saying there is but we will say on Saturday Abed vilius where he really is at on God gala chocolate I thought he was really really good in he's run loss dodd he was thirty wanting to twenty six dollars he'd get beaten by Blackhawk bought bought or this he's ready to rock and roll he's got some big figures when he ran those big fee is probably about a year and a half two years ago our anymore just a bit newly back to that American from week eight one if these holiest goes forward gets a pretty genuine Tampa on I'm dick the white coal for Dole expected to apply arc and he's going to be really hard to bait just quickly would either well Cape of Good Hope time for one hundred twelve I think he will struggle is day. 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Tokyo's Prime Minister of Pizza

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

04:11 min | 11 months ago

Tokyo's Prime Minister of Pizza

"Amy amy welcome back to Milk Street. Thank you Chris good to be back so this is a story about neopolitan pizza in Tokyo Tokyo and so. Where does that story start. This story begins with a really cool character named soon culkeen Uma Sisu who is unlike anybody I've ever met before. He's this fifty nine sixty year old Japanese guy who doesn't look anywhere near his age probably because he's also into his rock music and he describes himself as ninety percent musician ten percent pizza master but actually chilly. If you talk to people in Tokyo he is the Prime Minister of Pizza in Tokyo. This guy single handedly brought Neapolitan oaten pizza specifically this thin crusted bubbly on the outside and very soft on the inside style of pizza to Tokyo. No one else else was making neopolitan pizza time management in my new book humidity sticking you how you hold on what I first started this pizza the restaurant twenty four years ago back then pizzas for Japanese people how this image of very thick abundant cheese a lot of festivals a lot of ingredients and the two pizzas. I'm serving today in the very beginning was met with a lot of confused looks Japanese. People didn't know that there there are pizzas that had more awesome awesome cheese so he goes to Naples to find an apprenticeship in what happens well he goes around he knocks on doors the wars of pizzerias and pizza makers all throughout Naples and no one will take him in as an apprentice. What does she put in a wha- MOCATTA new going when I went to Naples for the first time twenty five years ago this is nine hundred ninety five or talking about there were barely any Japanese people Naples so so most Italian restaurants back then we're very apprehensive to taking Japanese apprentices because there just weren't used to working with Japanese people and they thought that Japanese people couldn't Dan work with pizza so he came up with a brilliant training strategy for himself one that I would like to adopt if I were to become a pizza maker Jimmy Garoppolo economist Peter saw the muscle. I stayed in Naples for one year but I did not learn how to make pizza. I eight pizza for one year. He decided that the best way to learn how to make pizza was to eat pizza every single day for a year and that's that's what he did. I read that but I don't understand it. How did he managed to be tourist essentially eating the pizza and going back to Japan and learning how to make it in exactly the same method well. I think there are a few different ways that he did that. I mean first of all we've all. Bob Into pizzerias where you can see the pizza making going on so you can see the job being thrown how it's being tossed you can see the preparation you can time time even when the pizza goes in the oven and when it comes out so I imagine he did a lot of this just by observing and I think he tried to to stay as close to the real thing as possible and part of that too is being able to pick up the subtleties so one of the things that everyone who tries his pizza reports. It's back about is the fact that there's a little and they can tasted. Also you can see him do it. There's a little pinch of salt that he puts in the dough after it goes in the oven and if that little bit of Saltiness is there it makes it very morrish it means you want more and more and more and if that little bit of Saltiness is missing missing somehow the pizza is just lacking so he picked up on a lot of subtleties and he also readily admits he didn't come back and immediately open seren con Juvenile Pizzas Kuneva on ninety dollars yeah good junior. It took me a a very long time to correct

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With Amazon in its sights, Walmart expands its Delivery Unlimited service

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:57 sec | 11 months ago

With Amazon in its sights, Walmart expands its Delivery Unlimited service

"Walmart is rolling out a new program called delivery unlimited for ninety dollars a year customers receive unlimited grocery delivery to their homes much like Amazon prime the math my work for power users since the typical one off order cost ten dollars for Walmart grocery delivery there's also a twelve dollar and ninety five cents a month option the goals fourteen hundred stores in fifty percent of the U. S. by the end of the year this will complement the online ordering in curbside pick up already in place at three thousand Walmart stores this is a major move from Walmart as the plant their flag for grocery delivery ahead of the Amazon and a whole foods partnership how will they do it they start with forty five thousand personal shoppers who will pick impact each item on the customer list anyone on the delivery unlimited team will need to graduate from three weeks of training to make sure they get orders right in meet customer expectations Walmart shares are up nearly twenty five percent

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"ninety dollars" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"ninety dollars" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The gift of just ninety dollars today your donation will provide to Jews in the former Soviet Union with one hot meal a day for an entire month plus medicine shelter blankets warm clothing and heat during cold winter months it's hard to believe that ninety dollars can go so far and yet all of this happens for an entire month for two precious Jews if you can give one hundred thirty five dollars will help three Jews for a one one hundred eighty dollars will help for here's the number to call to donate toward the fellowship size a a fifty eight program eight hundred two six nine eleven thirty three that's eight hundred two six nine eleven thirty three the Bible teaches us to bless the people of Israel your gift today will be a blessing to a precious Jews living in Ukraine or the former Soviet Union operators are standing by waiting for your call the number again is eight hundred two six nine eleven thirty three that's eight hundred two six nine eleven thirty three whatever you can do there is no greater blessing and witness of god's love them to help one of his suffering chosen people please don't put this off please make that ninety dollars one hundred thirty five dollars or one hundred eighty dollar one time gift today to help please call right now eight hundred two six nine one one three three this is this that saw tens of thousands of Jews who were forced to walk down this very thorough fair to read mean where they were killed.

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Oil prices fall on weak global economic data

Morning Edition

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Oil prices fall on weak global economic data

"Later this week the oil producers cartel OPEC issues a monthly assessment the price of oil today is down three point six percent on the bet that a slower world economy will use less oil market places Katong has more what a difference four months makes in the oil market back in April the world fear they didn't have enough oil could producer Venezuela was falling apart in Iran's exports were being sanctioned this sense at the end of April that OPEC might need to put more brought on the market the channels to Lima Crofton RBC capital markets then she says a tweet in may a president trump up the tariffs on China suggesting economic pain there China has been such a big buyer in the first half of the year and there was a real concern that if Chinese buying flows at the real killer that was holding up this oil market is going to collapse will has dropped from nearly ninety dollars a barrel last fall to fifty something today in OPEC is nervous already it is joined forces with Russia to cut supply in trying to boost price but the price hasn't cooperated so now everyone is watching OPEC's de facto leader Saudi Arabia says Fuhrman **** and S. and P. global plats there doesn't seem to be much appetite for deepening the amount of cuts so the question is with Saudi Arabia go it alone when they cut unilaterally that's what we really don't know if the Saudis drill less they would sell less so that hurts and there's no guarantee that the price of rice because U. S. shale oil from fracking could fill the gap in supply analysts Jamie Webster is with the Boston consulting group this is not just from U. S. shale this is from Norway this is from Brazil several other countries that are going to be bringing on additional supply my his numbers world supply will grow twice as fast as demand next year and he says low prices may be a longer term problem over the next decade companies are getting much faster it bringing on supply projects you see costs have come down you've got concerns about that long term demand growth it's a complicated oil market with new technology new sellers a lot of crude out there and for sellers like OPEC a question of whether there are enough buyers I'm Scott Tong for

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"ninety dollars" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"ninety dollars" Discussed on WEEI

"Hundred ninety dollars a night and that's been one of the big criticisms of people and made about coming to Vegas so yesterday or it gets to two days ago I had a conversation with a TV with that were allowed to say it was it was a couple of guys maybe see sports area because they want to know about sports gambling it's California may or may not legalize sports gambling in the next two years now everything I've been told about California in sports gambling going legal is not going to happen it's there's just way too many hurdles you know the the tribal gaming side of things is pretty significant where the money would go is significant the casinos that are based in California want sports gambling but you know when where how it's it's gonna be complicated but there is enough to rumors flying around that there are people who are working in television and sports media who are kicking around going all right so how if this happened how could we incorporate sports gambling into our content and you know a friend of mine works there and he's been listen to the show for a long time and I've often told you guys that how we're doing sports gambling talk here is how sports gambling talk is going to be done around the country and it looks a little bit arrogant to stay me being called arrogant shocker but I I do really believe this I believe that people don't want hard core sports gambling conversations all the time I think people want sports gambling conversations done in an entertaining way and you use the actual information that sports gambling gives you as part of the conversation what I mean by that is we're talking about the American League in the National League playing in the all star game you could say I I pick in the American League here are the numbers here's the odds it was minus one eighteen miles one thirteen debating where you're get get the number on the moneyline so Vegas is favoring the book whatever CG sports books for instance favoring the American League they've won six straight times so the odds looking at it going forward you could say the American League it's a real good chance of winning this just because they've been very dominant there the favorites to do self that's a typical conversation taken taken the American League and blah blah blah and here's why but you're using sports gambling information to help your topic where for a long time it knowledge in the line money line run line the total runs all these things were sorted tiptoed into and was once it was commented on once in awhile it wasn't it wasn't a forward topic talking points so I I'm I'm a believer that I don't think people necessarily care that align moved may happen from like minus one ten to minus one twenty five only people care even on big games I'm not sure people care all that much take care of me from Jews perspective you know that the pros care clearly could refer betting ten thousand dollars in the game align movement of no Jews movement of last one ten tonight one twenty five is significant it's a much more expensive price to make that wager to make that back in the in the media plug the apply probability of that BET hitting also has changed dramatically from that I'm not I I don't think fans you average fans care all that much I use my brothers is sort of the the Guinea pigs for that for this topic in how I got to creating pushing the odds came from conversations with my two brothers who both gamble every single day and they look at it from a kind of a square perspective they want to bet on something they like doing parlays it like doing teasers I like doing crazy things because of doing it for entertainment they're not doing it for as professional not now that my boys right money's not riding on a game he's betting on in the summer league but he likes to battle the teams he he watches he likes the Celtics a lot he likes the warriors he likes but he gets the Lakers and what not they it's very typical and so those conversations he wants more information he wants more info to help him make those decisions but he doesn't necessarily want to pay anybody does need to listen to a couch it's all the world is changing dramatically and it's really interesting to see how this all plays out California is twelve percent of the population of America if that state were to legalize sports gambling I've often said I don't care what state legalizes you are going to cut into Vegas you're just not going to stop people from coming to Vegas and gambling big money because of the books you are taken now they take bigger bets they take more bets exec bigger handles anybody else so Jersey can do whatever Jersey wants to do the one thing is California California where to go Gee that's problematic that would be very problematic if California became legal for sports gambling would be huge for the books but for Vegas itself as a market I think that's when you could actually see some real impact some some pretty pretty bad a negative impact on this on the books here from handle perspective if that were to happen but we are a waste from that ever happening with California legalizing heck Texas might legalize before California legalizes for sports gambling from there was at the store the four big stories we called the hard for it's time for the hard for on pushing the odds with Matt parole let's start with.

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"ninety dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"ninety dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Us. Yeah. Modifying people calling me how did you get into that mortgage? Post that went up on on our Facebook page. Living the life. That's life. You can go and cheap beer. Recipe, right there for success. A point where you know, you're not missing out on anything. If you got that you're good. That's a level of maturity that, you know, comes along with that somebody's spire, too. Yes. We have to pay for a sixteen dollar drink. It's like shock value. Oh man. I was in Vegas and I'm not lying outta a pool and twenty four dollars for a drink. I'm like, are you said this is a mistake? There's only one drink. Oh, yes, sir. That's, that's just that was that would have paid for a whole round. I would lose people. Yeah, I was out. I was. Yeah, I was at the wind last year ordered to double vodka when I not to double vodka rebels. Ninety eight dollars. Only are you kidding? I, I had a fifty dollar Bill out right? It's probably going to be like four bucks ninety dollars. I'm like, are you kidding me right now? Remember we play the machines and they just give you the free drinks. Now, if you're not playing fast enough to light doesn't go on the bartender, doesn't see light, then give you free drink. Where's that now? That's how all the machines are at the bars. Are you the slot machine? Yeah. How come how come you're not playing fast enough? So if you're just sitting around your average customer value, isn't high enough. Exactly. So, so, yes, so we're, we're very fortunate to live here and even at a regular bar here. It's not nearly as much as Vegas insane. Pay for those big building, somehow, I guess was definitely not from from our winnings from gambling. Right. I'm not getting that. Coming up over San Diego and is for the collective genius. You were talking a little bit about that is the genius part that you guys get out of Arizona when it's this hot. It's one hundred fifty guys from all over the country that all do you know hundred plus deals a year and all at the top of their game. And we just kinda share strategies and, and things that are working well, and go over things that could be a problem. You know, there's this ringlets voicemail that a lot of people are using that people are gonna get in trouble for and tech automatic text, text messaging, and cold calling that people call numbers that are on the dot disturb list. Or the day half of the numbers that you'll receive within the next seven years will become from auto dialer, or from some sort of spam, call. Yeah, it's, it's crazy. I know I get those calls all the time I get four or five day regardless of whether it's for my insurance health insurance getting my by windshield. Replaced worst is my house. Yep. So I. So he's cracking down on so hard. That's again, check out that bootcamp. They're going to be going over the new new strategies and why these things are going down and why you want out now. Exactly for the boot camp go, again, to the Facebook page cop-killer real estate or go online at scout driver dot com forward slash boot camp. And if you wanna wanna get your refinance and the right guy, the knows the prediction.

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"ninety dollars" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"ninety dollars" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Dot com. Let's go to Bill in New Jersey as three billion sure expected show up in court and Jupiter today. Having a plea charged with misdemeanors for accepting. Hand jobs and other sexual services from sets waves from China. Yep. Citigroup guy, a guy who pry founded, a private equity firm, and of course, Robert Kraft. Let's go to Billy in New Jersey. Welcome the Curtis and Juliet Huddy he on WABC, Billie. Hello, everybody. And I'm going to be Mr. craft for thirty seconds. Now, I'm a billionaire. I've mansion here a mansion they're beautiful homes all over I can afford to have six topnotch women in my house parading around in Victoria, secret, close all my long, doing whatever. I wanna do. Why in the hell would have I go to a sweetly strip mall for ninety dollars war? I mean, I don't believe it. I can't believe it's true. They got the video of all three of these guys. And apparently the video of them being serviced. So it's not just walking in. It's what kind of sexual act was being performed on them. Invasion of privacy. Criminal activity. Let's come on. Are you interested in making prostitution legal? Am I yes? No. You know, why? I mean, it would be practical for every horny guy out there. Morally, it's disgusting. How could it be morally disgusting, if you don't have a problem with if you have a problem with law enforcement, filming it if it's criminal act, it's part of a criminal prosecution. Well, then if he's really doing this stuff, and he's guilty, and it's documented there's authenticity and the and the allegations it sounds it sounds like that's the way it is. Like there is there's definitely video. Julia. Can't you just accept the fact that some guys who just cheapskates no matter how much money they have I. Yeah. But I just don't think that this is the case if you're going to be a cheapskate, you're probably not going to do it when you're doing something illegal. I would think we'll just think a caller from Paddison shed hardworking guy who goes to union city for the complete scrub down the massage. And then that happy moment it's delivered at the end. He said he gives so paycheck. If you you'd be the key Kim, she queued. Well, you know, it's something to think about. Not really would you report your income to the IRS off? But anyway, up next, oh, there is something that our own Juliet Huddy has in common with a new complaint against the president of the United States, and we're going to have to compare kissing notes. Oh, I let's get a news headlines and updates nj.

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"ninety dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"ninety dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Big four at four story. Four United Airlines will begin charging passengers more for some economy seats without any frills. I hate United. That's right baseline coach seats for an extra fee. Oh, you jerks. They're billed as preferred seats, according to travel and leisure you kill dogs where are these premium seats? I'll show you where they are. I got one right here behind United's economy. Plus section. My goodness. So let me explain this as I see it because I'm not biased when it comes to the United Airlines. Oh, no, no, not at all. I'm just saying they only made you sit gave you vertigo and lost your bags, but you're not biased. No. Let's say that you want a regular old seat that is an aisle seat. No extra legroom. You're not getting free drinks. You're not getting priority boarding. You are asking for an ordinary aisle seat on this plane and that I'll seat maybe people like that aisle seat more than the middle seat. So United says, let's charge more for the I'll right? It's just an ordinary seat. But it's on the aisle and more people want it like me, they're probably doing it. Because of me I have to sit on the aisle. They're screwing me again. That seat's gonna cost you a lot more money. So there's outrage there's a diagram of a diagram of the seating section and selection that you can you can choose from. And the diagram is actually in the form of a middle finger from United it is look closely as it is so enro- fourteen on the isle is one hundred thirty six dollars. The aisle seat right next to it is one hundred twenty three dollars, but that's the middle seat. Right now, you get back into role. Let's say twenty five ninety nine and ninety dollars. But one row up on the exit one hundred and forty eight dollars because you get more room in the exit row. Yeah. But but that I understand if you want to upgrade to the exit row and you want to pay. Okay. I get it. And sometimes you don't even have to pay because it's open, and you ask somebody you can sit there. Yeah. It's still there. Okay. Good. But we're talking about sometimes it's like, sixty bucks. Yeah. We're not talking about five dollars different all and it's right next to you. United. You make me so mad. It's delta American to know. Yes. Pay facts don't matter on this show. Oh, no, man. No, hold your whole. Here's the rule. Yeah. Give me your hand. Give me your hand your hand slapped. Hold on. Oh, yeah. That was hurtful. Well, that's because I put my fist together. You're listening to the big four at four. Four four with MAC and Gaydos, get the beat for it four delivered to your phone. Subscribe to the MAC and Gaydos podcast on Google music for the apple podcast app. Just a couple of days till we take the show on the road. Seventh street in Thunderbird for MAC and Gaydos, caring for kids. We're going to tell you how you could help a child that really has nothing for Christmas next..

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"ninety dollars" Discussed on WWL

WWL

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"ninety dollars" Discussed on WWL

"Why ninety dollars worth of ticket have a good time. Today's my birthday so might be really lucky, but some say they only need one. That's all it takes is one. This the ticket in downtown New Orleans. Dave Cohen WWL. First news, the New Orleans Saints have reportedly picked up a new defensive back. But it is not Patrick Peterson quarterback Eli apple from the New York Giants who played his college ball at Ohio State. So will this make the saints better WWL Kristian garic says I'm still trying to figure that out? I don't know how I don't know if he's that much better than what they have currently on the roster with Ken Crawley, PJ Williams. I I think that's to be determined. I'm not quite sure how much better. He makes them if he makes them better at all. I think you know, we'll see. But I just wonder you know, is he that much better than Kim crawl easy that much better than than PJ Williams. I'm not entirely sure that he is. The report says the saints are giving the giants next year's fourth round draft pick and their seventh round pick in twenty twenty yard says this would most likely end any discussion of trading for former LSU star Patrick Peterson from the Arizona Cardinals. Despite Peterson saying he wants to be traded to the saints. Well, the controversy over Devon whites. First half suspension for the Alabama game is not simmering down. Chris blare? The voice of the Tigers sounding off WW wells, David Blake reports has been to the SEC offices in Birmingham to see the so-called war room firsthand. And he's reviewed this play time and time again and cannot find targeting watching the replay. I expected them to come back and say possibly roughing the passer. Again, the interception giving the ball back to Mississippi State, but not. A million years that I think they would come back with targeting and disqualifying from the game and take him out of the first half of the next game against Alabama. And Blair says, it is just a shame that white is being punished in what is possibly the biggest game of his college career. The loafers parish sheriff's office saying that three people have been arrested in an extortion scam in which cops say they impersonated a detective Twenty-seven-year-old, James Tara is brother twenty six year old Jordan Tarto and nineteen year old Katie McGee are all involved Katie from Napoleon Ville, Saudi King Solomon and his son met with Jamal kashogi family today where they doubled down on their claim that the murder journalist and critic of the regime was killed by a row team of killers. CBS news update Saudi's King and crown prince meet with tomorrow kashogi family members in Riyadh at the same time. Turkey's president vows to get to the bottom of the death of the Saudi critic inside the Saudi consulate in eastern. Bull CBS is Kylie Atwood came out pretty strongly and challenge the notion that the Saudis are asserting that this was not a premeditated murder Saudis have been saying that basically this was a task an effort that went too far. Turkish officials may be willing to accept part of the explanation when we heard president Erta ones key did differentiate between king Saul Mon and Mohammed bin Salman, who is his son who is the crown prince because instead of king, Saul Mon that he doesn't doubt his sincerity. And he didn't say anything about the crown prince of Saudi Arabia crown prince got a standing ovation when he made a surprise appearance at an international economic forum in Riyadh after his meeting with the kashogi family CBS news update, I'm Deborah Rodriguez. Researchers at Rice University say the loss of the longtime spouse puts widows and widowers had a higher risk of a heart attack or stroke. Their study measured the inflammation level of one hundred ninety nine people who lost a spouse in recent months, they found. That people reporting a high level of grief had up to seventy seventeen percent, higher inflammation levels. Then people reporting a low level of grief, the top third of grievances had more than fifty percent, more inflammation than the bottom. Third Rice University assistant professor Kris van Gundy's worked on the study. And he says doctors might want to protect older people from the health risk of heart break. We know. There are drugs. You know, statins are one and even on a low grade aspirins another that lower inflammatory levels, and you can imagine for people with high levels of grease that would be sub feet for a physician to consider on Wall Street before the hour tough day, so far, but we're trying to bounce back. The Dow down to fifty seven NASDAQ down eighty-five oil down three dollars and eighteen cents at sixty six eight t.

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"ninety dollars" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"ninety dollars" Discussed on WBAI

"That pledge at the ninety dollars level or better yet get that memory stuff along with Gary Knowles healing, the brain naturally DVD at the pledge level of one hundred thirty dollars. Now, some of you have pledged already for the brain stuff. The brain stuff has been changed to memory stuff. If you pledged already you will be receiving this memory stuff. Just as the folks that pledge for the brains up before so not to worry as Gary said that being bottled today, and we will be shipping that out in a short period. But first we need those. You haven't pledged yet to get on the phone five one six six two zero three six zero two we have just a few minutes left to keep these phone ringing. I wanna hear Gary tell us more of these success stories, but before we get to that we've got a key from you. It's imperative that we have one voice cure folks, that can really stand up to the mainstream because I hear the people that we expect even in the people that are supposed to be our allies in the media, normalizing what's happening in the White House, normalizing the actions of this president. I I'm challenged to even call it journalism at this point because often it sounds like propaganda to me. But that's not what you hear on WBAI. You get the alternative you get producers who are brave enough to challenge the mainstream brave enough to challenge we're the herd is headed over the lead. Gary null doesn't do that on this program? Certainly and all over the grid on WBAI, we challenged what is happening in the mainstream. Is the gift of fifty thousand watts that you provide not just for you. But for your neighbors who can't afford to even send us a twenty five dollar pledge..

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"ninety dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"ninety dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"On it. They take about ninety dollars by weekly out of my chest. So about a hundred eighty dollars a month. No. So that's gonna clear in under twelve months is what we're saying. And the rest of this is going to clear. The last thing is when you start doing a detailed in-depth written budget, you will feel like you got a raise. So if you're not using the everydollar budget, budgeting app yet jump on and do it, it's free and I and give that a try and you and your husband sit down together and go. We're putting this household on beans and rice rice and beans. You're not going out to eat period. You don't need to see the inside of a restaurant unless you are working there. You're not going on vacation. Christmas is going to be a craft. If you don't get you if you don't guys, don't get this moving, you've got to get this moving, but it's kinda crazy, make seventy five thousand dollars a year, and you can't even service to what twenty thousand dollars worth of debt. Here you should be able to so service meaning pay the minimums. Now, once you're paying the minimums, then we worked at snowball and that's list them smallest to largest pay minimum payments on everything, but the little one, an attack, the little one. With vengeance. Jose is whether it's in Miami, hey, Jose. What's up. Hey, Dave, how you doing better than I deserve? How can I help. Well, sir, I'm a recent high school graduate, and I'm gonna versity right now working in a couple of part time job so I can save up money and I just would like some directions and limit of vice as to what I should do upcoming years so that I cannot be in a good financial position straight out of college. Okay. I would begin to pilot in separate savings account that is not attached to your checking account so you don't accidents impulse. It. Okay. In what what this account is for is this is Jose insurance, its insurance that Jose graduates from college debt free. How are you paying. I, that's the thing with with all the scholarships and grants that I want. I actually get paid to go to college. Good. So, okay. What are you started making economics. Good for you. And why did you get all these scholarships. I think in SAT scores, you know, GPA's. Got, okay. So you're super smart. Yeah. I mean, I guess. Good. Well, you are if you're super smart, you ought to know it. Good. I mean, if you got scholarships, you got scholarships based on your academics, go dude ring the bell and you're studying econ. So you've got a good field of study that you're in. Here's my point. Okay. You could take money and put it in a mutual fund, but a better rate of return mathematically a better rate of return on the money is to make sure that Jose graduates debt free in case something happened to one of those scholarships to those scholarships in case. One of those grants didn't come through. I don't.

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"ninety dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"ninety dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"ninety dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"ninety dollars" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"More supply you put on the market the less spare capacity you have and saudi has a narrow buffer as it is so that's always a concern in a risk if you start to put more supply in the market and i've not really heard many people talk about the us strategic petroleum reserve for anybody home that wants to understand what ladies go look it up on google it's an awful lot of oil and it's held in reserve and in times of great need the president of the united states can release from that reserve taught me through the state of play and the probability or risk of that happening and we did that when i worked in the white house after the libyan civil war there was released from the us not just the us but all countries hold strategic stocks that may try to work in concert to put those barrels on the market in the us where we've seen this huge surgeon shale production reduction in import that has led to a sense incorrect in my view that were somehow more resilient and immune from global oil market shocks even though it is an integrated global market so there's been a real push to sell off a big chunk of the sp but now i think people recognize that that's probably shortsighted because even if we import less oil there's a supply shock or anywhere in the world we're still going to feel that at the gas pump at home this started this year i read a bunch of notes to eighty dollars ninety dollars nearly a hundred dollars i can live with hundred bucks well we did for several years that we live right by with trade wars with the new administration counting the word really one hundred bucks that's going to slow down global economic growth for sure and it's also going to bring new potential sources of oil onto the market that's a concern for these opec countries that's kind of what triggered the investment in in jail early on and now there's new opportunities in the arctic the deepwater offshore and other places around the world we know your shell all around the world so give us a couple of years of one hundred one hundred twenty dollars oil again you're going to see a lot of people go after those resources next getting the thumbs up and sei grant saudi arabia and argentina the coveted emerging market status the opportunities that might.

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"ninety dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"ninety dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And ten million dollars stadium yeah in nineteen ninety dollars but again that just for comparison say now speaking chris davis jim jim palmer has really come down hard on him he's been quite the critic yeah he said you know something's gonna change here and chris has got to do something and he says right now he's killing this club and here's aunts have been saying that for two years somebody you do i mean to me it's if you want loading when you're gonna get for him who's gonna put who's going to absorb his salary at twenty one twenty two million dollars a year maybe nobody but you gotta if he's hurting the club and he's in the lineup and he's not putting the bat on the ball he's not advancing runners if he i mean he's got a great glove he he's a great defensive first baseman and you and that that that weighs a lot but he's not paying paid to be a defensive first baseman and he's he's being paid the drive in runs and driving in the runs the answer is no he's not putting the bat on the ball he's not advancing runners he's not hitting the ball out like he has shown flashes of brilliance over the years he's had you know homerun not doing that a series of questions here view one load chris davis but more importantly do you unload the front office like dan duquette and maybe even macho water that's that's a big question their contracts are up this year i hear a lot of criticism about buck but when buck arrive that's when the orioles turned around so i'd hold onto buck but dan duquette he's gotta go he he really had to prove himself after the debacle with the toronto blue jays him flirting with the president's job up there and with him staying in the position here after that he had to prove himself and i don't think he's done that and i think it's i think it's shown that i don't know his mind isn't well the other thing is now switching gears here a little bit but.

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"ninety dollars" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"ninety dollars" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The town council voted four to one in favor of these changes which are still subject to a superior court ruling a judge will decide if the town can break the firefighters union contract in order to implement schedule or staffing changes so that's the deal town council voted last night we're going to three platoons fifty six hour work weeks they can't afford the overtime they did a comparison jason quoting to the town manager barrington spends about eighty six thousand on overtime east greenwich one point two million something's out of whack they're making changes now it's all in court because the firefighter union says you can't break the contract so we'll see what the judge says that's the news from sleepy east greenwich dr finocchio who runs the rhode island spca says no heels had horses and cats and dogs dr finocchio says these local judges in rhode island they're going too easy on animal abusers had a couple of cases in the news the one guy from g got us dogs back dr finocchio said that was wrong a woman in warwick she got like a ninety dollars fine for allegedly abusing her he says that was wrong he wants an animal court joe willie blamed for but it just bothers my mind the person who has a parking ticket or littering the highways pays more of a fun person who commits an act of animal cruelty i mean common sense this is not right animal court then we'd have a judge and the prosecutors and lawyers just for the all the advocates we should hire mr ed gene to be the advocate for the animals mr ed canadian.

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"ninety dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"ninety dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"And on average your repair on that would be a hundred ninety dollars on average during the a covered repair during the time the warranties on there out of fifteen hundred dollars on average you're going to receive a benefit of a hundred and eighty dollars that's the national averages so what we're saying here is the reason people sell extended warranties at best buy at your car dealer with your heating and air company and so on the reason people sell extended warranties is because they make a bundle on them in commissions you can't buy a freaking pencil at best buy without them pitching you an extended warranty i mean i bought an iphone case a piece of rubber for goodness sakes and they wanted to give me a warranty on it you can't buy any because they make more money at best buy on extended warranties and on your finance plan where you take ninety days cash no bite off in ninety days then i do on the sale of stuff they don't make a lot of money on the they don't actually the tv's and the stuff at best buy or the you know that those type of bigbox electronic stores that you know the washer and dryer there there is not a lot of margin in those things they don't make a lot of money on they make more on the extended warranties on the credit around it than they do on the actual merchandise in other words they're an extended warranties store that sells financing.

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"ninety dollars" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"ninety dollars" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Nine dollars to four hundred and ninety dollars now again i don't know if this is the free market a work i don't know if this is pricegouging i have no idea but that is a lot of money the bulletproof every day backpack comes in aid in in at two hundred and seventy dollars making one of the cheapest around they also have their own clothing range by the way have you seen this can you just you know i remember when i was going to school you know i graduated in 1980 six that i'll be honest with you the thing i worried about most was getting trash canned getting an atomic weight g which by the way both of those things happens sadly when i was in high school never in a million years would i have thought that thirty years or so after i graduated high school that i would be talking about bulletproof backpacks and bulletproof clothing i'm a dave guide everything from a farm codes and leather jackets to a lab code in a bulletproof caller i mean everything it is amazing the kind of stuff that's out there today this is from the daily mail they even talk about a luxury high end clothing they've guide bulletproof gucci diaper bags which cost three thousand one hundred dollars i'm just thinking about this i'm a why would you have i mean obviously it to have a gucci diaper bag there is some sort of a shooting situation somebody shoots it you much better that the bullet hits the diaper bag and not go through the diaper begging hit you i get that a gucci new floor technical jersey jagged three thousand two hundred dollars and even a bullet blocker bullet blocker purses i made it goes on and on and on now listen to this the two most expensive items a bullet blockers.

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"ninety dollars" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"ninety dollars" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"One hundred ninety dollars a bobble to three ninety o in one vintage while they were pretty proud of that and that's a near given me the wholesale number right yes that's the wholesale number awful so for you folks out there that's like a thousand dollars no i'm just kidding if you can even file wingless when you're you know as far as markup of wines the more expensive the wine is the less you know markup it is going to be and i think that would be fun to go check that out again if we can we'll make that happen we got a few yeah that would i would i would love to do that so now riley's were were we open were you open were we roll all we are radio orient is a we question it is a week were we open over there with your riley's uh we're at the end of the show or we worked them thames ninety nottingham so yeah because we just open ryan these on october twelve and that was our last the last and then they and cancelled a safe they put us on hiatus if you well yes or riley's been open fifteen sixteen months now so maybe we'll maybe we'll make a little foray out and do how i should think we should do a show we should do their so the next time we're on which will be in two weeks will be at the elbow right now i think we're doing next week ted well i know but but mike were are every other week so that's right okay up given away our trade secrets yes dave julie yeah what we'll do riley's would you elbowroom next time and then when we circle back around we do we'll do westwood's in them will derive what says that's on so chef mike came by and.

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"ninety dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"ninety dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I need a wedding page because i have written about being single and dating just the past few months and so it's like if anyone googles knee they're going to see i went to a breakup retreat in february and i'm clearly not engaged so i made a page on the night and then i emailed the place that i decided on and i just said hey i am getting married in i'm interested in your engagement package and the next day or was in the ceo roughly how much of discount are we talking about here it was about ninety dollars off is kind of a random package rate but i did the men on my phone calculator and i thought it was like ninety dollars off a month and so even though i pay fifteen dollars for an engagement ring it's still a lot made that i saved yeah what with the class normally usually i think it's between like 250 and like 350 for a month of unlimited but i you know there's off fat mexico big difference y'all's like i'll fake engagement for this did you have any moral qualms about doing this i dead i actually didn't think it would work as very surprised in every time someone who had asked me about my engagement i felt like i was getting interrogated and i was like oh no they're going to now like if out a little bit weird faking engagement for discount but at the same time i have friends who are my age who still use their college aidid's get discounts at the movie theatres you know it's kind of on par with that after the fitness stuff it sounds like a whole world of sort of discount doors opened to you yeah i at first i was only going to do for that on exercise classes by it i was really interested in seeing what else was out there i noticed that people were a little bit nicer small was easier and i got these discount than got to wear like this beautiful fake ring everywhere so i wanted to see what else i could at so basically everything about weddings is from tv and movies so as like.

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