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Jason Capra, C-53 Restorer, Discusses His Latest Restoration

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

07:16 min | Last month

Jason Capra, C-53 Restorer, Discusses His Latest Restoration

"We're talking about fifty three's horse because you've got one that that you've been heavily involved in in restoring. Can You? Let us sit back put our feet up and just tell us the story of this particular airplane and Maybe even backtrack a little bit sort of how you how you came across it what was the path that led you to it, and then the airplanes history itself yeah. That'd be more than happy to so just I've been lucky enough to be involved with another organization and warbirds Incisa teenager, and that was the Berlin airlift historical foundation They have this fifty four spirit of freedom. which unfortunately was just written off due to a tornado passed down in North Carolina. But I was I was lucky to be involved with that and be around Douglas Prop liners in big airplanes warbirds since I was a teen about fourteen or fifteen. So I I've been on the airshow circuit and I had been flying with Tim on that airplane and working on it. So I really got a really good hands on experience on working on these things. And I just so happen to be on my way home from Ground School for my airline that I fly for about five years ago. Now, her now I'm sorry, six years ago. And I was driving back to Pittsburgh and just got tired of being on the interstate. So I started taking all these backroads just trying to get lost. and seeing what I could find stumble across and ended up coming through this little town in Ohio called beach. City Ohio. And came around the bend and there's a grass airstrip sitting there and Kinda like flying community. There's houses with hangers attached to the. And then down at the end of the airport where the road parallels the runway there was. About twenty open air hangars that were in deplorable shape with their rotting away underneath of them. And right on the other side of that hanger was this DC three just. Basically, you know it's painted been oxidized and was turned powder, and there was mold growing on it and just windows were laminated didn't fogged over and the fabric honor flight controls were torn and it was just about the saddest thing I think I've ever seen in my life. And knowing that that airplane deserved better and I always joked about me and I'd love to find one of those barns. Fine words. You know it's kind of a dream for some of us out there that maybe one day you'd be Lucky enough to stumble across something like that. And and and here's this DC three that I know nothing about that clearly hasn't flown in ages. And I pulled off to the side of the road and walked over and walked around it and just everything about it just broke my heart and you could tell, and we always talk about these old airplanes having souls but this thing. This thing was crying out for helping and I cure it and I don't know why but right then and there I just kind of looked at the airplane and I said don't worry old girl. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa do something help you And When I left that day I was on a mission to track down the guy who. Owned it or whoever owned it, and I was going to try and see if there was something we could do to save. And that's pretty much how that started. Did you ever think that. You'd you'd actually own something like this I mean this is the spree a significant. Did you ever think you'd actually make it happen? no. I always thought I would own award and and have an organization of some such but My sites were being set on either a bt thirteen or maybe a cheese six. something a little bit more manageable and definitely a lot smaller. But it was just one of those things that I. You know has been working with Tim in the C fifty four for so long and I saw how essentially three or four dedicated people could make a four engined douglas work. And I thought well, if I could get two or three dedicated people, there's no reason we couldn't make a DC three work is half the size. And Tim always said that you know in his words he said anybody can operate a DC three if you have a little bit of knowledge and. He always said there's hope for you to on day. It was a joke. You know what? I he was right, and here we go. So we're going to give us shot so. That's awesome. So so what was the next step? How did you go about tracking down the owner? So I actually went on the FAA's website and just typed in the on number and. and. Sure. Enough. It came up with the gentleman's name is name was Ken Joseph. And So I saw that he lived in the Akron area somewhere. So then I just googled Ken Joseph Akron Ohio. And every Joseph that popped up I just blindly called and asked if they were the individual that on the DC three at the Beach City Airport. So it took me about three weeks to get hold of him and actually got a hold of his son I and he put me in touch with him. and. I just asked if I could come out and talk with them about the airplane and and take a look at it more in depth than I already did. And he agreed to that and he didn't know. Anything very much about the history of the airplane prior to it being the east to be the governor's airplane of the State of Ohio. And that was about the end of his knowledge is to what it was where it was. But obviously, I, I saw from the data plate inside when I went in that it was built an accepted on January nineteen forty two. Something like listening definitely has some combat history military history and nobody's seemingly knows what that is. I'm going to have to dive into that and find out. But So, after I talked with Ken for a while I told him I said, would you ever be interested in selling this? And he said, no, not at all I've had this airplane for since nineteen ninety three and he's like multiple people ask me all the time and I'm just not interested. and Said Okay and I said, well, let me tell you of the one of the other airplanes I fly and work on and. Were give me a chance I. I would do my best in in hyphen very confident that we would be able to give it a retirement that. This this other airplane I fly has and I think that's what she deserves and I think that's probably what you would like to see happen to it. I. Just need you to give me a chance. So we went back and forth for about a month or two and finally called me and said, all right. Here's the deal. I'll sell you the airplane for one hundred, thousand dollars. It comes with to spare engines. And you've got one year to come up with the the total balance of the airplane, you can put whatever you WANNA put down on it as collateral. But if you don't have the money by this time a year from now. I keep the airplane and your money. Wow that's a harder. The race was on to. The race was on to make it happen.

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Fresh update on "one hundred thousand dollars" discussed on Real Estate Pro Tips & Strategies

Real Estate Pro Tips & Strategies

00:28 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "one hundred thousand dollars" discussed on Real Estate Pro Tips & Strategies

"Bay area who wanna share with you a real estate expertise to give you a competitive edge and provide insight with useful information so you can make an informed decision for your next home. Purchase less lean. I break down. The most important aspects of real estate broadcast will reveal how to navigate as a home buyer or seller. Let's begin our podcast. Hello and welcome to this. Episode of real estate pro tips and strategies. The topic today is our real estate. Brokerage fees to high most real estate brokers are independent contractors employed by the broker and compensated for their services with sales commissions real estate listing brokers typically collect five to six percent on the sale price of the home and then share these commissions with the selling broker representing the buyer. These commissions represent one of the most expensive products purchased by consumers in the us. Pay an estimated one hundred billion annually in commissions consumer reports. Found that most people do not understand how real estate sales commissions work because brokers don't do a good enough job explaining it to them. So pete why is a realtor compensated with a commission. Instead of a salary or wage leslie. Most realtors are employed by their broker. Doesn't independent contractor. Independent contractors are not characterized as employees under irs and state requirements for withholding for income taxes. Realtors receive a ten ninety nine for tax reporting and they're responsible for paying their own income taxes through quarterly as a tax payments each year the broker benefits by reducing their overhead avoiding the requirement of payroll taxes unemployment contributions workman's comp insurance plus benefits including herald healthcare. Insurance furrow one k. Retirement contributions and what is the structure of a conventional brokerage commission will. Let's identify the parties involved in real estate transaction. There's the listing broker represents the seller. Then there's the selling broker who represents the buyer and by law. All commissions are negotiable wool between the broker and their client. The commission rate is set by the broker and agreed to by the client. Local mark local real estate market conditions affect competitive commission rates commission rates tend to be lower in a hot sellers market where there's limited supply of housing and high demand commission rates tend to be lower in soft buyer's market where there's an oversupply of available homes to buy an low buyer demand. And who pays the commission in a real estate sale usually the seller pays the broker commission to the listing. Broker commission is paid to the listing broker when the sale is completed and the fetus deducted from the seller sale proceeds the listing broker then shares of portion of the commission usually fifty percent with the selling broker who represents the buyer therefore in sales the buyer does not directly pay the sewing broker so if a sale transaction fails to close. Does the realtor receive any compensation. The answer is no the realtors burdened with the risk of after spending months of their time as well as their own money on transaction they could end up with nothing which is a huge loss. How do other professional services how do other professional service providers structure their compensation agreements well. Let's explore that contingency fee versus the retainer fee compensation models so as an example an attorney before taking on a case and formalizing a client relationship they will analyze the odds of prevailing receiving compensation for their services if the attorney believes the case challenging. And there's a good chance. They may not prevail the attorney will require a retainer fee agreement to represent the retainer fee. Compensation is essentially a pay. As you go plan where you're required to pay an initial fee up front in periodic recurring retainer fee payments paid until the case is settled. So with that plan. The attorney is paid regardless of the outcome of the lawsuit litigation and so therefore the retainer fee is a no risk compensation plan for an attorney. Now if the odds are winning or high the attorney can agree to represent you on a contingency compensation. Plan the contingency fee compensation is usually a large percentage of the monetary award. It can be as much as twenty five to fifty percent or more of the amount you would receive if you win the lawsuit. Thir- usually no initial or recurring legal fees paid to the attorney by the client if the lawsuit is one. The attorney is paid only when you prevail if you don't win. The attorney is not paid the contingency fee attorney compensation is a high risk high reward plan which is very similar to the real estate broker commission. Compensation model why might realtors be getting paid too much to sell a home. Let's look at that. The amount of the commission is a percentage of the final sold price so as an example if the total commission to sell a luxury home is five percent of two million dollars. The total commission amount is one hundred thousand dollars. The listing broker in the selling broker each earned fifty thousand dollars when the commission is shared equally. Now if the total commission to sell an entry level condo is five percent of three hundred thousand the total commission amount of fifteen thousand dollars the listing broker and selling broker each earned seventy five hundred dollars when the commission shared.

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Dr. Dre's estranged wife investigated for alleged embezzlement: Report

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

01:14 min | Last month

Dr. Dre's estranged wife investigated for alleged embezzlement: Report

"Guys remember we talked about Dr Dre divorce and how his wife worth requesting two million dollars a month in spousal Roy Yeah I was all for that. You guys were a little against me on that when we Were well according. According to TMZ Nicole young that Dr Trays Wipe is being investigated now for embezzlement in the report to the LAPD Dr Dre business partner alleges that Nicole withdrew three, hundred, eighty, five, thousand dollars. Okay and some change from their business account on the call has said she had a right to the money in that corporate account because her name is on it mccollum which Nicole I'm with you. Now, depending on the outcome. But wasn't picking. Games on the account to I can't she? Wouldn't. Because, she needs that she's got live to. Okay. One. Hundred Thousand Dollars. This. Okay. Tommy where she going to be living is gonNA be on the. Offending on the outcome of this case, you're right Steve Cut could. Possibly, be failing. Be Facing jail time. That is definitely no laughing matter.

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Fresh update on "one hundred thousand dollars" discussed on GradBlogger

GradBlogger

00:33 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "one hundred thousand dollars" discussed on GradBlogger

"Get paid. Closer to monthly either game paid once a month or once a week or biweekly. That's when you're usually paying your expenses especially a team so measuring najer goals really a thing that i keep my eye on heavily at least once a week and usually multiple times week. Your revenue annually can be the number product yoursel times the price or the number of customers. Who served times the price if you don't have any recurring revenue coming in just by by twelve miniature estimated monthly recurring revenue but a metric. That's an. I do apologize for the the math on these slides. A couple of these and we'll get back into the ideas. Well couple feel mentioned. Yeah giving lots of about this. The whole point of this starting training sessions. So that's excellent effect. Value rate is your monthly recurring revenue minus your monthly recurring expenses divided. By your hours. Your work and your monthly expenses. Same thing some are monthly summer fixed annual expenses. You can divide by twelve. This gives you sort of way to compare to a salary position. How much are you making for an hour of your time some examples example salaried employees making seventy thousand a year working forty hours a year with two weeks vacation so ends up being twenty hours a year. They have an effective hourly rate of thirty five dollars an hour. Maybe underpaid salary employees thirty thousand. They're still working two thousand hours. That's fifteen dollars an hour. Maybe you climb the corporate ladder and up to one hundred thousand dollars annually by you're working Think that's fifty five hours. A week might be fifty hours a week. Do the math fact valley rate comes up to thirty six. So let's compare some of these rates center..

Bob Rosenberg & the Lessons Learned From Running Dunkin Donuts

Dose of Leadership

07:44 min | Last month

Bob Rosenberg & the Lessons Learned From Running Dunkin Donuts

"Bob Rosenberg on dose of leadership, former CEO of Dunkin donuts. I am so excited to have you on the show. Welcome pleasure. Well, you got this new book coming out in October, round the corner to round the world, your lessons of that you learn running Dunkin donuts I love Dunkin donuts by the way I think copies outstanding pilot. Now, go through the airport I always bypass starbuck's sorry starbucks and I always go straight to Dunkin donuts that coffees just so good to music to my ears. You know I was reading your bio and it said you graduated from Harvard Business School. Told me this right and your twenty five and you became the CEO when you're twenty five is that right? That's correct within weeks of my graduation I had in my early career I basically virtually grew up. Over the store I worked in lots of different jobs within my family business, which is not call Dunkin donuts gone universal food systems and a variety of different jobs I went to hotel school and went into the army, and then went on to graduate school in. Expected to join the family business but Lord knows I had no expectation that it's twenty five I dad who is only forty seven at the time eighth grade educated Guy Returns to me. And asked me if I wouldn't take over the responsibility of CEO. At his business said the REF aching request and that one third few weeks to decide upon. But ultimately best decision I ever made man the yeah. Obviously a life altering one of those decisions in life that that. was definitely a y intersection the road, and you had to make a choice. You went down that path and there was no looking back. Once you did. But Man Twenty, five, I can't imagine you know that was almost twenty seven years ago for me just the the leadership lessons I've learned from twenty five to fifty, two AB. been. I can only imagine you with your experience it had to be a minimum exponential. So the type of leader you were at twenty five to when you stopped in one, thousand, nine hundred and what do you think the big differences were one of the things that was an advantage early on in the first soda, era I break the book down into the six areas that I that I see as the company history from nineteen, sixty, three to. Nineteen Ninety Eight. But in the first era, the big help was business school and it was there that I learned the language to strategy. I would love to say that I came to the job as a copy twenty, five year old into it. All right I think I matured and and made my mistakes and boy did I make a lot of mistakes over those thirty five years if that the thing that I think the grew was my emotional intelligence. To better understand myself an-and away to. Hopefully understand my teammates around me franchise on his and the people that I came in contact with end consumers. and. It was a journey I. Mean I would absolutely say that It's an old saying, but it's true in my case no, you can't put an old hat on a young body. You do have the Soda Lauren through trial and error and I think truthfully, in my case, the setbacks experience were more informative and more useful. than the successes in fact, a big mistake the after the five I five is of tremendous success, the second five years or really difficult, and it really came as a result of the success of the first five years. It became an impediment to future success in it wasn't until. Unfortunately almost led the team off a cliff in the second five-year era that I really began to start to learn the more effective lessons about who I was what my responsibilities were. As a leader. and. It came from a book of all places. Really my my soda moment transformational moment for me. He uses a book that you read was kind of a transformation moment, moment or. Second Year of a second era of Maya my stint as CEO, and after the first five years basically was under pressure to go publican. And when I came out of Business School Isaiah inheritance universal systems where eight little businesses it was it was excused chaos and fundamentally what the team did is we basically narrowed that down a one we had really been experimenting with far too many businesses and we say basically decided to exploit the the sort of the diamond in the rough that we. Had which was a bunch of stores in many cases, soul breakfast lunch called Dunkin donuts and made donuts and coffee, and we decided to focus on our core business and quiz extraordinarily successful and we went from one hundred thousand dollars in pretax profit within five to seven, hundred, fifty thousand and we went public because my dad I've been trying to sell the business. While I was in business school was unable to sell from billion dollars. It'd become the billionaire always wanted to be after taxes and that was the reason he turned to me I. Think at that Young Age is he wasn't quite sure what to do and. Put me in charge. Then I changed the vision, change the dried to keep up unreasonable injectors and. Drove the business off a cliff I was sitting there amidst. Stockholder suits, franchisee lawsuits reading a book called the best and the brightest by David Halberstam. And it was a book about the Johnson and Kennedy Administration of the Vietnamese War, and what he maintained was even though the administration are governmental Mister show run by these Ivy Leaguers the best the brightest our country at the offer they never really went into the hamlets and into the front lines where the war was being waged the final what the true story was while the con-, winning the hearts and minds of the townspeople in the leadership in the towns. And Halbe Sam said the great fault lie in the fact that our leadership. Suffered from what he called Hubris the Greek word for arrogance in sitting in that chair and I remember like it was yesterday I said Oh my God Halberstam could be talking about me. Yeah it was in that and I decided I. You know I was blaming Franchisees for suing us and. Problems that we're having in terms of Mike. One of my key executives left the company because he had lost faith leadership fellow had gone out of business school with. An and basically we convened our management team. We decided that as leadership we'd never blamed. Martine. Mates are followership take a hundred percent of the responsibility hundred other responsibility. And that we that invite, we apologize for the Arab always we invited franchise on his end to noodle out with us what we did on how we can improve it. We decided we're GONNA go each of us to visit a hundred stores a year each in order to touch the front is travel with the district manages visit the store talk to the owners. Get very important in we created an advisory council. So fundamentally, we did a one eighty in terms of our attitude about how were leaders particularly need what my responsibility was in it all came from that that insight that momentary it's insight from that one book that was transformation I love that story the book was called the best and brightest what what was the full in the brightest by David Halberstam? Think Nineteen, seventy-three, it's it's it's bestseller it was. An important book at the time. In my view, it's still a great management.

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Fresh update on "one hundred thousand dollars" discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

01:11 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "one hundred thousand dollars" discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Out at this work from home. All star will win thanksgiving this year. Plus we've got a cat question. Now caterpillar royal. We'll tell you what we mean minnesota's our fast money return. Welcome back to a special edition of fast. Money were tackling all your questions. This next one is from anthony. He's asking about one of this year's hottest stocks. What's up everybody from fast monday. My name is anthony for miami florida and i wanna ask a question regards to us individual investors that we asked ourselves as well and that is about zoom. It's about this worker home. Stock that have my portfolio plunge into november night. Because a vaccine for now that the cova cases are surging. And there's most likely going to be more probable. Lockdowns my question to you guys. What's the roof. Analysis can give out zoom just for the long run from here to twenty one. you want. If it's possible any details. I appreciate it. Thank you so much. All right joining us to help tackle. this one is rb analyst. Alex zukin alex. Great to have you with us. I think that this question is one that we all ask when it comes to a stock like like a zoom what happens in the post pandemic world and i'm wondering in your analysis if you backed out. Let's say twenty percent of the usage that we saw during the pandemic or whatever it is that you think will go way post pandemic. What does that multiple look like. It's a great question first of all. Thanks for having me. And and you and your viewers all great thanksgiving some of which will will be on zoom Look we don't sit. We clearly zoom has benefited from the pandemic by accelerating the category of adoption for for video communication. But we think post pandemic. this is still a very high growth company you know next year we are upside. Scenario suggests sixty five or up almost sixty percent growth The streets twenty five. That's awful. You know a four hundred percent or three hundred and fifty percent growth number this year so we think video isn't going away if anything we think it's going to be more More part of the conversation both at large companies that invested in these resources today While fifty percent of the fortune five hundred is zoom customer only for center paying the them over one hundred thousand dollars so we think there's a lot of opposite in the enterprise but bigger picture. we think there's a nascent opportunity for zoom to monetize the consumer with this on zoom platform that they launched their most recent zootopia conference. We think there's a massive opportunity for them to really leverage an interactive video platforms for education for enter- entertainment for exercise and really become the center of gravity for almost a new economic phenomenon. They've turned what was a commodity into a utility. And now they're the real opportunity is how do they activate this. This consumer phenomenon that that's been unleashed by the pandemic For you know again not just video communication but all manners of commerce awesome and to that point in terms of of getting the consumer on board alex. Do you think thanksgiving is going to be one of those opportunities. Where some consumers. Some people out there who might not otherwise zoom. Maybe a grandma or an uncool actually uses a platform in order to have a thanksgiving dinner in may realized. This isn't so bad. You know. I think everybody wants to be with their families. I think everybody wants to be a physically connected particularly at a time like this. But i think just as we've seen it in our schools every earnings call that we have with helping. I start off by thanking the ceo. Because i do think that again. They've enabled us to to really to survive through this pandemic in a way that you know you saw would probably be possible. So i think thanksgiving is absolutely an opportunity from for more people to interact with the first time With the platform that connects people wherever they are globally in a manner that enables them to to have a connection. And i think that absolutely is going to be unlocked and thanksgiving. You've seen weddings and other holiday celebrations. There you sit in education. And i think you're gonna continue to see it again. Not just not not just the pandemic but but well beyond right alex. Great to speak with you. Thanks for your time. Have a great thanksgiving alexander. Dan see everything that he sees. But i also see a stock trading at forty times sales in next year's growth that he's talking about as it relates to sales. I also don't see the consumer opportunity that he sees. I don't think any grandmothers paying the fifteen dollars a month. Just subscribe to this. I don't see the opportunity in education to if you have kids and their home and their learning on zoom. You hate it okay. It's not something you're going to sign up for and it's not something anyone's paying for right now either. So when i think about the enterprise opportunity i also think about my own usage. I did a teams call the other day. I did a google meet call the other day i do facetime calls so this is to me a great product. It's a great service. It's a one trick pony right now. So you tell me how they're going to monetize that to a greater extent in a pandemic right now and how they grow into that valuation. I'm just not so certain they are able to do that next year. Coming up.

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A$AP Ferg Interview

Toure Show

06:58 min | Last month

A$AP Ferg Interview

"Plain Jane. Is a monster song. Thank you and I wanna hear about writing it making it is multiple take. So you punching in You know and it's an interesting vibe to it because you talk about family talk about pain and trauma but you also talk about hanging out having fun a lot of in the choruses. Crazy. Thank you. I love the fact that you broke down everything I talked about because I feel like playing Jane. People love it. I don't know if everybody knows why they love it all like if they can pull out those parts, the trauma, the the cookouts that you that we used to have to dodge gunshots and You. Know me going allow barrier for the first time and come back and feeling like I had to do more from our community Irma's link official village in our Beria that came from me spend like one hundred thousand dollars on a chain with Ben Abimbola and then going to. Liberia Sei starving kids is out there announced I came back. I wanted to give all my jury away and I was like man like a link can literally feed village area and I'll give some money to them. I was gone out there to put uniforms on kids 'cause out there like they can't. Go to school without uniforms. So going out there and put uniforms on the kids. was with. This. Brand, called uniform okay. Chit Liberty. Is My partner's name that he started his brand because when the Ebola outbreak happened out there in Liberia a lot of people were scared the by product out there. So he had a lot of materials and things like that. So he brought a factory a All of these women that an average jobs and things like that. To make uniforms out of these materials and he will use autism has influences and and just influence period to collaborate with to sell clothing. And partner. Rela. Bloomingdale's so that's what. I did I basically partnered up with him and Bloomingdales to make a line with some material. I designed a line with trap Lord and uniform. We sold it. The money went towards putting some of the money went towards putting the uniform on kids. Wow. Yeah. I WANNA talk about design because I know you're into that to like. Talk about making this record. So Plain Jane did was the beat I wrote in the studio or so I'll listen to juicy j slob on my knob like on on a cop I was in La and me and my uncle was just listening to the radio and it just came on and I'm like Yo this song is amazing like it hit me is like I had a perfectly like. Nobody did this song over? And I'm like, why doesn't this happen in the song? Check me and everybody screams I mean the whole song is like a hook. Really off bridge is sold sticky is to start with the hook instead of a lot of people start with verse and into it. But when you start with it, that's the beyonce's loves to do that right but the song don't even have a hook. It just really does suck a NIGGA. dickerson. So that comes one time and then it's like back into the verse but I don't have enough. That's really a hook and juicy J. that's his first song. That, he put out a rope. Like, which is intriguing to me because that's a huge song. So Our Rights at a soon as I got to the hotel stuck in traffic. I. Had this idea GIS Brewing, in my head. To write to the Slough Manabi. And then I was like man I gotTa, make this shit new I gotta make it feel like young the young people got to own it. They gotta be anthem for the young people and I gotta say something I had so much to say on his record because I just came back from Africa I've been traveling the world and. I'm always got the New York state of mind but I'm like everywhere. I was like Yo and I wanted to get an underdog to going to be Saga Kirk night. Okay. Yeah. To Do to be over like elbow, I got a Bangor for us to do kirk is like. He's amazing like he's amazing I I can't think of anything else like genius. And I, feel like he doesn't get enough credit on people don't even know taking can goal with his music as musicality. So when I approached him I knew he will bring me different sonics in different sounds but also understanding bpm how important Edelweiss Susannah trump's and everything like that. And I the verge down and. I recorded the whole thing I didn't even put that for the. Recorded the whole thing on my apple on my computer. My laptop in a hotel. No the. Studio. Okay. The whole process of Mea Kirk working on it

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Fresh update on "one hundred thousand dollars" discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

Video Marketing Value Podcast

01:54 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "one hundred thousand dollars" discussed on Video Marketing Value Podcast

"Algorithm likes people who watch longer and so my theory is is that when you say the word you people tend to watch longer be more engaged in the video and thus the algorithm says people are watching this video longer. Let's show it to more people and thus it gets more views so it's sort of circular say us you get longer watch time. Algorithm shows shows your video more. You get more views and so on. It's a virtual virtuous circle. Yeah okay so you mentioned media and a couple of times. Can you talk a little bit more. About what is the median. And then why is that important. Why is that. Why did you use it for the study. So i just wanted to give like a refresher math test. I don't know everyone likes math. So if you think about it if somebody says well how much does it cost to live in your town and you say well. The average is one hundred thousand dollars because half the houses cost fifty thousand dollars and half the houses cost one hundred fifty thousand if you average him one hundred thousand on average and then you go to another town and somebody say how much the average and they say. Oh it's a million to live in there but but that that may be accurate that may be helpful information but what if it was every house cost exactly one hundred thousand dollars but one house cost one hundred million dollars now. If you average all those together and divide by the number of houses the average might be ten million. But that's not really helpful because you're not going to be buying that one hundred million dollar house. You're only going to be buying one the other houses so in fact the median the middle number. Meaning if you took all the numbers and you took the middle one that's the media and it actually one hundred thousand so in this case. This second town is just as the same price as the first town. So what we found. Is that if you throw out the top number in the bottom numbers it helps you to filter through a lot of the bad data because there was so many possible things that could happen with this youtube data and we were really piecing together a lot of different tools to make to make our study and also if you look at our study we use one hundred thousand as the baseline meaning. If you didn't say you at all in the first thirty seconds which we studied that you get one hundred percent meaning that's the baseline that's what would happen if you didn't say you but but clearly you'll see just by saying you one two three times We only we studied various parts in the first thirty seconds. That raised your media number of of us. I liked the math lesson. My big take away from that though is it. It's it's very sad being in san francisco and knowing that the median house here is so much more than what you were talking about. Well yeah but you wanna know the average where you want an anti not the average right..

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White House Vows To Have Something To Stick In Your Arm By October

The Topical

06:20 min | 2 months ago

White House Vows To Have Something To Stick In Your Arm By October

"When will there be a vaccine that's been the question on everyone's mind since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. And today we may finally have a clearer picture of the timeline yesterday President Trump filed to definitely something to stick in your arms soon. And as ordered the rollout of some kind of sharp pointy medicine thing that will poke you by the end of October at the latest your CDC deputy director and shook it on the White House has promised thanks to our nation's doctors being at the Forefront of medical and scientific research and our American Ingenuity. The US will be the first country to distribute a stabby pointy pain a vile thingy designed to be jabbed directly into patients muscle or skin or something and it will have some effect on your body either good or bad joining us. Now with more is ope our health corporate agenda Resnick. So Jenna, it sounds like something that at least resembles a vaccine could be on the horizon exactly which phase of the process is it in well as of right now Leslie, we really don't know very much but what we do know is this President Trump has guaranteed that all Americans will get stuck with something in their arm by election day. Now so far Pfizer Moderne and AstraZeneca have all been able to develop some very promising poking methods extremely sharp long and wet take a listen after ten long months. We know Americans are ready and excited to get stabbed soon people just like you and me will be able to go to a pharmacy down pay money and get stabbed through the skin with a vial of goo in a very painful way. Well, I gotta say that can't come soon enough, but I have to admit Jenna I really wasn't expecting to get stabbed by our government until Twenty-One at the earliest. That's right. Some were even estimating 2024 is a more realistic time frame for having a stranger in Scrubs inject healing juices into your veins. But according to the CDC even with the accelerated schedule early trials are going well. So far. The devices have been very effective at going into and out of arms as well as shooting the liquid which has been amply moist. They are however still trying to work out some of the quote Peppa Pig. And deadly side effects, but that's not going to stop them from rolling this thing out and Walgreens and CVS Pharmacies across the country as soon as possible. Oh Walgreens, that's where I buy my little bottles of orange juice and large fish oil pills every morning so you can count me and but Jenna I have to assume people are going to be pretty excited to have their skin punctured once it's available and personally, I'd rather endanger everyone around me or even die myself rather than wait in line longer than 15 seconds. How does the government plan to roll this out in a way that meets the high demand? Well, it's certainly going to be difficult. But the plan as of now is to prioritize Suburban patients who are also undecided voters. The White House also wants to focus on high-risk patients like the elderly particularly in blue States and is planning to stab them all in the neck presumably so the serum can get to their brain faster interesting tactical. How much is it going to cost while there had certainly been talk of it being no cost to patients. The price has actually yet to be set according to the CDC so far they've estimated it could cost either $10 5 home. Dollars or even one hundred thousand dollars depending on how desperate we get small price to pay for a vaccine that may or may not work. Thanks Jenna when it comes out. I'll be first in line. Otherwise, I'm not getting it. I'm a busy man. Anyway, that's opr is Jenna Resnick back in a moment? You know even with a vaccine, I'm still not sure if I'll ever feel quite comfortable enough to go back to a restaurant again and hide in the big garbage can and the kitchen so that when the wait staff clears off the food left behind on both of those plates at lands right into my open mouth allowing me to eat a free meal with the people working at the restaurant being none the wiser, but who knows maybe one day we'll be able to get back to some sense of normalcy. Anyway, here's what I need to know today the far-right conspiracy theory dub qanon has gained an alarming amount of traction in the lead up to this year's presidential election. And today we may have more of an understanding as to why a new psychological study published this morning has found that the appeal of qanon can be attributed largely to it being one hundred percent true top psychiatric researchers have concluded that when a certain type of person is presented with the fact that our government is secretly run by a cabal of Satan worshipping pedophiles. They will have a tendency to believe these claims due to the fact that they're totally real and absolutely can be backed up with hard undeniable evidence if you just Just read between the lines interesting. They may have to dive into my Facebook feed and do a little research on this for myself and big news for bird lovers today is ornithologist from the University of Rhode Island have been founded a ten million dollar Grant to research whether that big bird up. There is a hawk researchers are hopeful that this newly secured funding will help them ascertain whether the burden question is indeed a hawk and not some kind of ego long possibly even a falcon in will allow them to expand their investigation by passing around the binoculars so they can all get a better look at that thing. And finally as we near the end of the month Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti has unveiled his plan to combat the city's growing homeless population brought on by the mass evictions plaguing his city mayor Garcetti announced today his administration stands committed to ensuring every Los angeleno has a roof over their head and that he would personally be sending around some pretty reasonable Zillow listings to those in need sounds like a great plan and if any homeless residents are listening take my advice if you see something you like on one of them. Listings hop on a quick anything under a million usually gets cooped up pretty fast. And that's the topical for today on Leslie Price. If you enjoy today's episode you can I can subscribe to the topic or wherever you get your podcast and you can now also sign up to become a member of the topicals patreon for as little as $5 a month. You'll get all kinds of exclusive news contents and merchandise including a topical sticker which must be pretty exciting for all the children listening and for all the adults. We also have a topical coffee mug available serves as a great way to hide the fact that you're drinking hard alcohol in the morning. So don't wait long sign up to become a patron now before you blackout and tomorrow on the topical how has covid-19 affected our nation's dentist's I said down with mine to ask him how the pandemic has affected his practice while he also performed a root canal. Here's a clip. Oh boy. I'm still a little numb all that and more tomorrow on the topical.

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Self-driving cars are still going to take a long time, people

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:06 min | 2 months ago

Self-driving cars are still going to take a long time, people

"A few years ago I visited a super promising company called Lanar which makes light our technology or light detection and ranging. It's the technology that helps autonomous cars. See the world around them now luminary is going public it plans to enable autonomous driving on highways, but only on highways by twenty, twenty two, it's kind of like what Tesla promises with autopilot accept less human intervention is required. Austin Russell is CEO and founder of Luminaires. He told me. Yeah. Getting self driving cars working in cities is really hard but autonomous highway driving is easier and cheaper. You'll actually be able to get on a highway with this enable autonomous mode. You know take your hands off is off read a buck, use your phone work on your Laptop Watch a movie, take a nap, and then a couple of minutes before the final exit of planned manual take over to drive to the final destination we're talking you know cost on the order of one. Thousand Dollars as opposed to one hundred, thousand dollars for these kinds of autonomous vehicles. That's something. They can actually put into a consumer vehicle something that you could buy this approach though has also been referred to as kind of mushy middle of automation. We've already sort of seen people over rely. Let's say on technology like autopilot not take control when they need to this feels like it almost even increases the opportunity for that like straight up go to sleep on the freeway and the expectation is I'll wake up in time to take my exit. I can kind of see where that could go wrong in a hurry. The main difference between a level two assisted driving system and an automated driving system like in this case, it has end end functionality within a given operational domain. That's really what is there you know ultimately, it's up to the OEM to determine the specific functionality and domain on the day specifically determined and fully tested and validated over these areas ukases to be safe in you know I. It doesn't necessarily mean that initially every car that you buy, we'll be able to convert a transformer into asleep pot. I understand the technical difference. That, you're describing between autonomy assisted, driving I suspect most consumers will not, and we actually know that most consumers use us to driving in a way that is frankly closer to. Drivers would behave if they were expecting full autonomy, you know. But. It feels like a distinction without a difference and. Then anything that goes wrong is really highly publicized. Does that ultimately hurt adoption you know does taking a stair step approach make the long-term adoption. Less likely because there's a lack of trust. The answer is as it relates to systems day right now absolutely I mean the the amount of folks that are calling assist driving systems autonomous right now I'd say it actually happens more often than not. You know in described inaccurately than accurately and. It will an has posed challenges for sure I, mean even for the you know for the various accidents that have happened today, all of these systems are because. They rely on a backup driver to be constantly paying attention because he would be getting an accident left and right. If there wasn't anyone paying attention, they don't pay attention for some finite amount of time. That happens to be that time when they didn't need to be and then it gets an accident and either leads to some kind of serious injury or fatality, which is extremely unfortunate. It gives the whole autonomous vehicle space of a bad name for those things. It's like, okay. Well, why didn't want to prevent it? Well, it wasn't designed to do that was not the purpose of what that technology is in this current state. So there needs to be a very clear distinct difference I. Mean. That's why when we're talking about the deployment of this kind of system. It really is an has to be before it's deployed otherwise, it just won't be deployed. Safer, than human level capability in the operating domain that is defined to be in, there has to be very clear lines very clear distinction. I don't think to be frank. There's a huge use case for us the the level to assist driving systems that are out there today I think it's to be frank a little bit gimmicky in the sense that. It kind of as you said, lows you into a false sense of security that you can. Kind of you know take your hands off relax. The reality is, is that just like when you're driving at any other point anything can happen at any moment you have to be ready to take over at an instantaneous notice you know on average it'll maybe only give you a a second heads up. Before, you actually need to take over. So I think that's where there needs to be a fundamental shift there needs to be very clear distinction and when you're operating in autonomous mode. With, our sending system software on the car that's where you know. On average would be safer than human level capability that that's the baseline level of what's needed to be able to see this through. On these vehicles. So in that respect domain. I feel like when we talked a couple of years ago you were the guy who's GonNa. Fix It all and I wonder like why not just kind of go all the way? Why not be the person who solves the urban autonomy problem why not release the full end end solution? The way that it is, this is the entry way into the long-term vision around you level for five rebel taxis. The main challenge though is there has to be a commercially viable application of the technology in the near term to be able to really ensure this industry get successfully realized from a data perspective if you WANNA be able to successfully deploy something outside of one specific city you're. Going to need a huge amount of high quality data including this three light our data everywhere around the world we'll have our own fleet out on the road giving data back to be able to better inform the system, and that's the kind of foundation. You can build a global scale urban Robo taxi system off of not just the near Trump Lauder Austin wrestles CEO and founder of luminaires her.

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Episode 38: Best Saturday Morning Cartoon - Drive of the Week

F That Noise

03:12 min | 2 months ago

Episode 38: Best Saturday Morning Cartoon - Drive of the Week

"But we started every episode was the drive of the week what a drive is a line from a movie or TV shows with exceptional velocity and volume, and this segment belongs to Jimmy Klein. Alright. Lis fucking titties. Here. Mr Klein to. A film that hardly anyone is seen and you just have to check it out just on Blu Ray. It was just reviewed on trash men media. It is a film called cruel jaws the in some countries that was known as jaws five. It is an awful Italian rip off of jaws film actually using footage of Jaaz one, two and three. However, this film is actually better than jaws the revenge I still say check it out but it is absolutely hilarious and. It's got quite a lot of screaming quite a lot of drives, but this one in particular was one of my favorites. I'm sorry I couldn't You know what you gotta do that. What you're going to have to offer award of one, hundred, thousand dollars whoever the head of that shark. Have Already I mean. Without without what? Without I. Gather birth. Absolutely levels at thanks. A. Awful so awful. It has Hogan impersonator in this. See. It's like Hulk Hogan stunned wwl filming the Brian White Story. Look five to two hundred. and. Already. Series without. Yet. Without. Without. Talk. Without what? What you? Without what? This is an underrated draft because he doesn't really like get all of his lungs behind it. What you? But like last week with Eddie Murphy it's all about the F. Word Fuck. The bottom two. That's the. Title. That so. I don't know what language that is whatever country that language is from. Our podcast can read. Just going to have to ask Watson along or something. That was the drive of the week brought to you by trash men media for the latest. Blu Ray. DVD movie commentary go to trash men, media dot com also on twitter and facebook. And don't forget to check out Here Zarb dot copier is news and no bullshit.

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Feds charge 6 people with bribing Amazon employees to gain edge on marketplace

WSJ Tech News Briefing

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Feds charge 6 people with bribing Amazon employees to gain edge on marketplace

"Federal grand jury in Washington State has indicted six people on charges of bribing Amazon employees according to the charges. The defendants acted as consultants vendors on Amazon's marketplace, and since at least twenty seventeen, they allegedly paid Amazon employees more than one hundred thousand dollars to give some third party sellers a leg up over their competition. The defendants are also charged with bribing Amazon employees to reinstate sales of products that were deemed dangerous like flammable household electronics. Amazon said statement that it supported the investigation and that it has been working with the federal agencies involved in the criminal probe. This part of a broader problem for Amazon we reported last year that the company has struggled to contain the sale of faulty products on its marketplace including listings for thousands of products that federal agencies have deemed unsafe.

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Remote Workers are Building Tiny, Gorgeous Backyard Offices

Business Wars Daily

04:19 min | 2 months ago

Remote Workers are Building Tiny, Gorgeous Backyard Offices

"Now, here's a pandemic inspired trend and a business opportunity very few saw coming the backyard office. With the kids and the spouse at home for months, remote workers are struggling with all that new found and occasionally unwanted intimacy so more and more of us are building tiny offices in our yards. are yards that's right and while the smallest of them may be no more than one hundred square feet or so they can be pretty plush while some handy. Do It yourself or designing and building these standalone getaways themselves others are purchasing stylish prefabricated tiny buildings and that's boosting growth for some existing shed companies and sparking some entrepreneurs to start new companies to fill the sudden demand among them modern shed studio shed, and the one with our favorite name. Some elbow. Room I mean for crying out loud elbowroom room right first. Let's get one thing out of the way. The opportunity to build a separate fully electrified heated and air conditioned office in your yard is a privilege that many just don't have for one building an extra room in the yard requires you to have a yard begin with still it's typically far cheaper than adding a room to your house. Those costs can run more than one hundred, thousand dollars at kangaroo. Systems Kangaroo get a prefab builder out of Waco Texas. The cost of their smallest unit called Quick Room starts at five thousand dollars. Modern sheds prices started about ten thousand for a one hundred square foot shed not surprisingly prices begin climbing as customers expand the size and especially the charm of the buildings at a bathroom in your budget expands further that said privacy is obviously valuable these days which accounts for the sales growth prefab shed companies have been experiencing since. The pandemic emerged Mike Caning CEO of Colorado based Studio Shit Tolsey NBC that by May, the company sales had quadrupled over last year. All signs pointed toward that growth accelerating at modern shed sales were up twenty five percent. June as the summer wore on modern shed general manager Tim vaccine interest gauged by download. The company's catalog was up four hundred percent in typical summers. Interest rises about fifty percent. He told USA Today as homeowners consider buying playhouses and garden sheds. This year, you're more likely to put a desk and a couch in your new tiny building than a shovel and a rake unlike sheds of old. These tiny buildings can look like decorators dreams. They arrive prebuilt with fully insulated walls covered with wall, wood, paneling, picture windows, Cedar Shingles and other decorator touches make these miniature houses well worthy of Pinterest and instagram. And while they can be expensive there also a good investment for people considering Resale CNBC says, a Home Office has shot to the top of the must-have list for new home buyers. It's also a lot easier to build separate tiny offices in your yard than it is to add onto your home because of the prefab nature of these products, Mike Caney, the studio shed. CEO told the new. York Times. They've had a building helicopter to a remote in Alaska and even brought up freight elevators in New York. Providing you don't need a helicopter to take delivery of your new office. It can take only weeks to have your new refuge built once delivered, you'll need a crew to install it and hookup electricity and so forth or you'll need to put in some muscle of your own and keep in mind you might need a city permit or at least approval from an Hoa one other piece of advice for entrepreneurs listening this could be a trend worth. Jumping on if you have construction background and access to supplies, designers and labor. That's what Aaron Callaghan. Co Founder, and CEO of some elbow room did with her husband. Patrick. Callahan, she recently started some elbow room in San Antonio there blanketing the area with marketing and expect to make three quarters of a million dollars. This year like modern hsieh studio shed prices started about ten dollars per square foot but back to buying one of these cute little refuges. Whatever you choose get in line, this is a trend that's just starting and it's likely to get bigger fast as we all continue to shed. The High Rise Office for our own twenty foot commute from the kitchen.

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Should I ask my dad to invest in my business?

The $100 MBA Show

05:00 min | 2 months ago

Should I ask my dad to invest in my business?

"Survey S Should I get my dad to invest in my business or should I ask him to invest my business? I say, I like to point out that it's good that you actually say invest. An investment means he's going to get a percentage of the company in return for the twenty thousand dollars you're looking for. And this is not a loan. This is not like loan me twenty grand and I'll pay you back. Your father will be a part of the company, Meaning Hill own part of it. It may not be a controlling stake, but he will own a good portion of it. especially the fact that you haven't started your company really doesn't have much value because. You don't have anything to show yet because you haven't sold the APP, you have made money from customers been made. Any revenue has showed any kind of traction to say, Hey, this company is worth X. amount of dollars right now is just the hopes that the just purely on the concept and the idea that you actually give him a return on investment. So the first thing I want to say that if you're going to approach her dad for investment, you have to seem as an investor and not your dad, which means you getting to present him the business just like you see presenting on shark tank right and what does the first thing they ask on shark tank all The sharks to ask the same question. Every time somebody does a presentation to go through the whole presentation things like that. The first question they ask is how many units have you sold? How many sales have you made a money Jimmy revenue they want to know do people actually want while you're selling the market value this product because the investor that's all they really care about this. This thing have legs have the potential to grow. Their opinion really doesn't matter. It's the market's opinion that matters. So you're not in that position right now where you can actually give numbers and proved that people want what you have, and that means you need to give up more equity to get the money. So think about the value of your company right now it doesn't really have much value because you're not selling anything you know have nothing in your hands it you don't have anything created, but what will it be in the future If it somewhat successful, it's really hard for you to tell because you don't have any data. But even if you say in two years, the company is going to be worth one, hundred, thousand dollars. In order for an investor to want to make money, they're to want to at least double their money. Okay. That means they won't forty thousand dollars in return for their investment of twenty thousand dollars. That means they're going to at least forty percent of the company. If you're uncomfortable with all of this, then my advice us a try to bootstrap your business much as possible you some of your savings grow as you can think of the minimal viable version of your APPs. You can get idea validation for a skin product market fit get some customers. Make some revenue see this has legs first before you actually try to raise capital because it's a lot easier to raise the money. When you have a working product when you have sales when you have customers, we can say, hey, people like this you know and it's making money and here my projections. But right now you don't have any of that data. So. If you're willing to part with, you know a big percentage of your company. Then go ahead and get an investment from your father and doesn't matter if your father anybody else that is an option if you're willing to part ways with that large chunk of percentage whatever that is if you still feel like you, WanNa bootstrap you WANNA raise some. Money try to see if you really need twenty grand how much is the bare minimum you need to star this thing to have it off the ground maybe it's not twenty maybe it's ten years, five thousand dollars and five thousand dollars can be earned right. You can actually hold off on launching this product and save five grand after a few months. Of living a little frugally. If you absolutely have to take alone five thousand dollars is a whole lot better than twenty in terms of what you're gonNA pay an interest. But if you do want approach your father and you feel like you'd like to have a part of the business. There's nothing wrong with mixing family with business as long as it's clear expectations are what everybody's getting in the deal. You don't want any sour grapes later on, you want people to feel like that. They got what they asked for what they they knew they were getting into. This is why it's important for you to be open and honest with your dad if you're going to approach him and as well as pitched to him as if he was an investor, you have to convince him that your product. Your APP actually has the potential with any data you can gather even if it surveys even if it's a market research, even if it's just simple as. Hey My APP is in this market and the potential in this market is X. amount of dollars of revenue year is how big the pie is, how much money that can be made who are the big players in that market who your competitors and how you going to compete with them. These are some things that you can really explore and display and present to anybody who's interested in investing, including your father and all this time wasted you're actually investing. Some, really good time and learning a whole lot about the market. You're about to enter

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Carole Baskin's missing husband's family airs commercial during 'DWTS' premiere

The Bobby Bones Show

06:06 min | 2 months ago

Carole Baskin's missing husband's family airs commercial during 'DWTS' premiere

"Last. Night on dancing with the stars Carol askins husband on. His family bought a commercial. Stop. Audio here hold on second so if you're not. Caught up on Tiger King, the family of John Lewis who is Carol Baskin's millionaire husband who went missing in nineteen ninety-seven. Cut In bought a commercial dancing with the stars and I was like, Hey, if you know anything about it, let us know. and. So here you go. Here's a clip of the commercial that aired last night. Disappeared in Nineteen Ninety seven is family answers. Justice do you know who did this for Carol Basson was involved? Thousand Dollar reward has been funded. You can call the tip line, six, four, six, four, five, zero, six, five, three, zero. Hundred. Thank you. and. Then she danced I'd. Do. You know what part of the show that was I didn't watch it live. It was before because you dance last she was seen no commercial is the air. Yes. Because I had heard it was going to air before the show started. So. The family mentioned that are one hundred, thousand dollar reward. They dropped that number for the tip line. I don't think she did it I. Don't think she had anything to do with it. But a lot of folks do

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What Everyone Forgets About Money

Optimal Finance Daily

04:44 min | 2 months ago

What Everyone Forgets About Money

"What everyone forgets about money by Crowning Chris. RINING DOT COM. Washing dishes was how I earned my first paycheck when you're fifteen years old and don't get money from your parents to buy things then you have to work. So there. I was scrubbing dishes in the filthy kitchen of a small family owned Italian restaurant, and it's where I learned a little life lesson work is nothing more than trading time for money a medium of exchange. You provide one hour of time to an employer and they provide an hour's wage. I quickly discovered teenagers time isn't worth all that much a measly four, twenty, five per hour. Not long after starting that job I wanted this blind melon album. You might remember their catchy song no rain. One Saturday afternoon wandering the aisles in K. Marts, electronics, department I saw it for sale. Cool. I'm getting it. The price was sixteen, Ninety, eight for whatever reason I did the mental math to figure out the album didn't really cost me seventeen dollars. No, it costs four hours on your feet washing never ending streams of bus tubs overflowing with half finished plates of meat balls is this CD worth four hours of my time. In this case it was but more importantly, you realize the money tucked in your wallet isn't money at all. It's time disguised as money. In fact, it was Benjamin Franklin who said time is money but in our hectic day to day lives, it's easy to forget this. When you spend your money, what you're really doing is spending your time, which means if you waste your money, you waste your time. anyways throw my teens I worked a series of jobs, bagging groceries, stocking merchandise theater concessions, and mostly saved my earnings my time to precious and then I went off to college started a career and forgot what I learned. have. You heard that saying from Texas big hat no cattle meaning you can look rich but be poor. It's hard to believe people who make lots of money are poor. But then your tax preparer tells you they see plenty of families making three hundred thousand dollars and living paycheck to paycheck Thomas Stanley profiles. These folks in the millionaire next door, the doctor lawyer types who drive fancy cars living exclusive neighborhoods and take exotic vacations they look rich, but it's an illusion. It's the families who make one hundred, thousand dollars spent forty thousand and have a million dollars in the bank who are rich. Isn't the worst irony that the simplest way to get rich and have lots of money to spend his by not spending lots of money. But just because it's simple to get rich doesn't mean it's easy spend less than you earn and invest the difference that simple would makes getting rich so difficult is that spending less than you earn takes discipline the median retirement account is worth twenty, five, thousand dollars, and so the problem isn't paying people more money they'll save more give people more money to spend and they'll spend more money. I know this because back in my twenties, I spent just like the next person you think acquiring loss of material possessions satisfying all your superficial desires is the key to happiness. It took me years to relearn what I knew as a teenager. The things you buy with money that you surround yourself with aren't things at all it's your time. And research shows it's having control over your time that makes you happiest not money and things. So, most people have a choice. You can trade time for money and money for things, or you can trade time for money and then use that money as a tool to buy back time. That's why you save and invest, which reminds me of what stoic philosopher Seneca said quote. It's not that we have a short time to live but that we waste much of it life is long enough and it's been given to us in generous measure for accomplishing the greatest things if the whole of it is well invested. But when life is squandered through soft and careless living, and when it spent on no worthwhile pursuit death finally presses and we realized that the life which we didn't notice passing has passed away and quote. What he's saying is when you're about to die, you realize life is time and doesn't that make time your most precious resource. Here think about it like this see, you've worked forty hours per week for the past ten years. You've traded twenty thousand hours of your time. That's forty hours times, fifty weeks, times, ten years, and on the other side of the trade is everything you've consumed sure necessities like food clothing, shelter and healthcare but probably a bunch of other stuff you've totally forgotten about buried in the back of some closet. Was it a fair trade? Maybe it was maybe it wasn't but people are always telling me they've earned million dollars over the past ten years and have nothing to show for it and it makes them sick. They're not complaining about wasting their money. What they're complaining about is wasting their time. Trade wisely.

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Georgia investigating double voting in primary election

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Georgia investigating double voting in primary election

"Georgia secretary of state is investigating double voting in the June primary election Brad rapids Berger says there were potentially about one thousand cases where someone submitted an absentee ballot and also voted in person there's really the voter doctors responsible for that they mail back their ballot they knew that they had about that was back they knew what they were doing it's not immediately clear whether the outcome of any races may have been affected televoting it's a felony so you're facing minimum one year prison up to ten years and a fine of up to one hundred thousand dollars last week president trump suggested people who vote early by mail should show up at their local polling places on election day and vote again if their ballots haven't been counted I'm a Donahue

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A Visit with the Main Street Vegan, Victoria Moran

Plant Strong

04:00 min | 3 months ago

A Visit with the Main Street Vegan, Victoria Moran

"I. WanNa start off by asking you. So your brand is main street Vegan. Why mainstream? Vegan? Well it's a story actually rip I went to a pita fundraiser late in two thousand ten and they showed videos and I've been seeing videos like this for forty years. It took me quite a while to get from. Vegetarian Vegan back in the day. So I've been around this movement for ever. And I've seen those videos about things that humans do to animals but that night, my heart was extra. And all I wanted to do was write a check for one hundred, thousand dollars in hand it to the pita founder Ingrid newkirk and say here, go fix something but the check would have bounced. So I got on the train thinking okay. What's the plan B. and I literally had inspiration I don't know how to explain this. You know you could say God you could say angels on what all I know is that it came to me very clearly okay you don't have one hundred, thousand K. spare but what you can do is make your. Next Book Main Street Vegan, we want it to be geared to the young woman that you were in Wheaton Illinois in nineteen eighty three when you finally stopped messing around and became a one hundred percent fulltime Vegan it needs to have forty short chapters with a recipe at the end of each one and I'm just kind of taking notes in my head of I could do this, I can do this. So my wonderful literary agent sold the proposal to torture Penguin and the editor called to say so happy to have you happy to have the book. But. We hate main street. You need to change the title and they'd bought it. So I had to do something and I'm coming up with these other titles and they were so boring. But I kept trying to write and then I had a begin miracle and I really do believe that this is the age of those believed that this is the time when all these other ridiculous diets are going to go. The way of the dinosaur plant based is going to be the only thing that sensible people are interested in and the idea that we are killing our fellow beings and destroying the planet is going to start to look like are you serious people really did that? So my Vegan Miracle That day. Was Walking up Broadway. We saw somebody so famous, you can recognize him from the back and that was Michael Moore Now, he had liked another book that I had written a weight loss book fit from within, and so I just handed my card to the woman who was with him and a few seconds. Later I hear Victoria there is Michael Moore, following me up Broadway and we started talking and then we started talking on the phone and on one of these phone conversations I said the book that I'm supposed to write should be called mainstreet Vegan publisher hates main street he said they're wrong. Let me talk to him talk to them so. In a three way call with an Academy Award winner my editor in me he convinced her she convinced the higher ups and when she called to say Main Street Vegan is your title everything else started to pop and I've been given my mission for the rest of my life. So why main street because this thing that we do whether we're coming from the health or the environment or the animals or whatever this is for everybody this is not some elitist thing. We don't have to be rich. We don't have to be leftover hippies or punk rockers. We can just be who we are eat reasonably and love more and to me that's Main Street That is mainstream nuts. you landed on something that just resonated and you knew of his right thing. And I grew up two blocks off main street in Kansas City Missouri. So that may have had something to do with it and mainstream Vegan was at your eighth or Ninth Book Because you've written. Now Than Books Right I've written thirteen. So Main Street Vegan would've been eleven. And

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CDC Issues Sweeping Temporary Halt On Evictions Nationwide Amid Pandemic

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:58 min | 3 months ago

CDC Issues Sweeping Temporary Halt On Evictions Nationwide Amid Pandemic

"Millions of Americans have been at real risk of eviction over the past few months. Many of those people have now been given a lifeline in a dramatic move. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is ordering a halt on vacations across the country through the end of this year NPR's Chris Arnold is reporting on this and joins us now Chris Good Morning. So this I mean, this is a huge move by the CDC. It doesn't those seem on its face like something agency would have the power to do. Hey Rachel. Yeah. So I mean you might think because especially so far during this pandemic, we've seen you know nothing very forceful from the CDC. It's been criticized for having voluntary guidance that let states and businesses can do whatever they want. You know I if that's the CDC SORTA walking on little. Kitty cat feed this though is the CDC you know booming it's feet like Paul Bunyan, or something. And doing something much more dramatic and the CDC says it does have the authority under the Public Health Service Act of nineteen, forty four that gives the government broad power to stem the spread of communicable diseases and look I mean the basic idea of course is that forcing people out into homeless shelters or crammed together living with relatives that that is very likely to get a lot more people sick. So, who does this eviction ban apply to specifically? All right. Well, quickly to qualify renters have decided declaration saying that they tried to get unemployment benefits or other kinds of support that they'll make partial payments as much as they can afford to their landlord day can't make more than about one hundred, thousand dollars a year or twice that if you file jointly. And that if you're a victim, you have no other option than homelessness or living with more people in in close proximity. which would increase the risk, which is exactly what they're trying to avoid. The rate of Krona virus here. So how many people are we talking about? How many people with this effect we're talking about a lot of people when when estimate from the national low income housing coalition is thirty to forty million people in seventeen million households or families were at risk of losing their home by the end of the year of something like this wasn't done Diana tells the CEO of the group and I spoke to her last night. Well, my reaction is a feeling of tremendous relief. I. Mean It's a pretty extraordinary. And bold and unprecedented measure that the White House is taking that will save lives and prevent tens of millions of people from losing their homes in the middle of pandemic. But she says also Congress or the White House should have done this months ago. Instead, we've had this crazy quilt patchwork of federal state local moratoriums. Lots of people weren't covered and thousands of people have already been affected. What are you hearing from landlords about this Chris? Well, insurance, the landlords are saying well, who's supposed to pay for this? You Know Democrats in Congress had plans for a moratorium but along with that was one hundred, billion dollars of assistance to renters and landlords to pay for that that is not a part of this order spoke to Greg Brown with the National Apartment Association. We're really concerned about this because the piece that's missing is the most important piece in this whole process, which is rental assistance because if the moratorium is put in place, rents are not paid, but the owners continue to have to meet their financial obligations and how are they supposed to do that? Who's going to help them pay their bills and it's not just landlords who rental assistance Intel who heard from she to says, look this needs to be coupled with federal money to pay for missed rent. It's a half-measure eviction moratoriums on their own. Create financial cliff for renters to fall off of when those moratoriums eventually expire and back rent is due and renters are no more able to pay then than they were at the beginning of the pandemic. And, we should say all this puts pressure on lawmakers to make a deal and come up with some money to to pay and and help people struggling during during the pandemic.

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Get Ready to Watch Disney’s Live-Action Mulan from the Comfort of Your Couch

Geeks Under the Influence

04:22 min | 3 months ago

Get Ready to Watch Disney’s Live-Action Mulan from the Comfort of Your Couch

"Hello everyone and welcome it is the Gui pre have to recap of all the things that are going to have happened for the week of August thirty first one, twenty four. My name is Bruce and let's start with Gui. Pick the week. There are few choices this week but I'm GonNa go with the boys season two. It's coming out this week on Amazon Prime they're back to expose the truth about the seven I have yet to see the first season I have wanted to but I just haven't had time but I'll probably take somebody's Amazon prime account and just watch it. All right for TV pages on Monday nothing Tuesday. NBC has the premiere of the transplant and a and he has the finale of what it's worth for Wednesday CBS as the finale of tough as nails. Thursday ABC has the finale of to tell the truth you as network has the finale of cannonball and f x x has the finale of cake for Friday nothing. Saturday HBO has premiere of spies in disguise and for Sunday knit none. For DVD's you have blood quantum and rogue and you've never heard of either one of these movies and you'll never hear of again for on Line Services. Net flicks, bookmarks season one, the chef's table barbecue season one I'll fondue Dari classless away season one I'm thinking of ending things season one prime like I said, you have the boys season two and for Disney you have Milan vis is the remake that they WANNA put out in theaters but they couldn't. So they're gonNA charge you an extra thirty bucks to watch it. For Video Games coming out this week you have crusader kings three for the P. C. M. X. versus ATV all out for the switch. Tell me why chapter two for the xbox One and the PC. Door Amman story of success for the PS four Marvel's avengers the PS four xbox one PC NBA Two K. Twenty one for the PS four, xbox which and PC and Tony Hawkes pro skater one and two for the PS four xbox one an PC. Fergie Y news you've got new episodes of gigs under the influence. Smack my paycheck deeply upsetting from the mouth of Manus Geek father and beautiful disasters. For one more thing yesterday Ubisoft announced that it will remove the raised fist imagery from the opening cinematic of its new mobile game com clancy's elite squad following widespread criticism that the game's intro plays right into right wing conspiracy about the black lives matter movement elite squad, which came out for the IOS and android. Last week begins with a narrated video laying out the game's premise with paints protest movements as fronts for organization called Umbra a global terrorist network is trying to take over the world protesters claimed to promote egalitarian utopia for a popular support while. Behind the scenes umbra organizes deadly terrorist attacks to generate even more chaos and we governments, the narrator says at one point and then a series of black fists raised appear on the screen Yeah. That's stupid. This opening leads raise the outright conspiracy about the black lives matter movement protests, and other just movements which to cast them as fronts foreshadow organizations trying to stabilize world government Ubisoft has apologized on twitter but seriously dude, what were they thinking now? Not Fair UBISOFT has donated one hundred thousand dollars to the end of Lacey Pe- in the past. Also. The game developers are from. France I know that's not exactly an excuse. But still in this time of unrest, you need to be a little more careful We have enough people in this country right now that are spreading alt-right conspiracies but Yeah. This may not be the time to have a a story line like this.

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US high court denies bid to restore Greens on Montana ballot

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

US high court denies bid to restore Greens on Montana ballot

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting the Supreme Court denies a Republican bankrolled effort that threatened to siphon votes from democratic candidates in Montana the U. S. Supreme Court has denied a bid by the Montana secretary of state to restore Green Party candidates to the November ballot Republican secretary of state Corey Stapleton filed a motion Monday to stop a state Supreme Court order that granted the request of more than five hundred sixty people to remove their names from ballot petitions justice Elena Kagan died Stapleton's motion the Republican Party bank rolled the one hundred thousand dollars signature gathering effort and violated finance laws by not reporting it the Montana Green Party did not support the effort hi Mike Rossio

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DoJ gives Uber breach response one star

Risky Business

05:44 min | 3 months ago

DoJ gives Uber breach response one star

"Joe Sullivan the former chief security officer of has been charged with obstruction of justice. His fight yet with companies finding out to notify regulators about it's two thousand sixteen dodge. We covered this time. This was the story where you know a couple of hackers breach some systems over I think they they We're going off the individual employees, get accounts soffer. Then using that defined aws creates enough of things like that and then breaking into corporate environments, stealing some data and trying to ransom. And Yeah, this this pair of individuals went after Uber got a whole bunch of daughter out an an Uber Paid D'Amato quote unquote bounty to delete the daughter and said they do make. Legitimate stuff and we talked about it at the time and it was a little bit Kinda unclear exactly. How it unfolded. It was when we didn't see details about what happened until I think it was a year or two later was the change of leadership at Hoover. Then the details came out and yeah that's always been grinding its way through the Aj since then and yes, the guy finally charged. The people go pretty mixed opinions about about this 'cause. You Know Bug bounties and ransoming I'm being held hostage and all those things are they exist on a continuum I'm yeah and those little bit of wiggle on on on the spectrum. Well, there's a little bit of wiggle and then there's this happen here. And mean at the time I've gone back and I've listen to a two thousand seventeen report I actually had an uber supergrass feeding me Info on that one, right. So it was that was a report and it has actually held up pretty well. So what basically happened is that someone got into Esra bucket by as you say, you know targeting like a private get pulling a secret out and getting in there grabbed a whole bunch of data and then tried to shake down the company, and this is where it gets interesting because essentially what they did is they use that payment process. Well, this is what we reported in twenty seven. They use that pilot process to try to essentially docks the attack is now it looks from my reading of the DOJ complains it looks like they didn't actually successfully dachshund through that process, but we're able to a couple months later and I'm not sure if that's because they split the payments because I think they paid off up front and then off again but but look into the day was actually able to figure out the identity of the attack is they physically sent off to. Their their residents and made them sign about a bunch of documents and they retrieved the computers forensically a them and to prove that the data was gone but the point is like once that docs them there was no way. These guys were going to do anything with that data because they would be dimed immediately. Right. So that seems like a pretty good dot com. But where they really screwed up is they did not actually report this to regulate all the FBI end these went on to target companies, which is also something we reported. In, two thousand seventeen. Now, what makes this particularly egregious in the view? The DOJ is that Erba was in the middle of an F. T. C. investigation revolving around a twenty four fourteen data breach and the reason, the FCC. So Cranky, about this is that also involved accessing Dada in S. three buckets. So the DOJ is arguing that this was a cover up on the part of Yuba and when you read through the the complaints. The criminal complaints it looks like a reasonable argument eyesight look they prepared as for the attackers which got them to acknowledge that they never downloaded rubel Datta. When clearly they did further that one hundred thousand dollars was way more than they paid for any other bugs. We actually have some audio here from the US Attorney for the northern district of California. David Anderson Talking about the Sullivan indictment here he is Sullivan did not report the twenty sixteen hack after quired. Instead Sullivan Hid the twenty sixteen hack from the public and the FTC. Under Solvents Direction overpaid the twenty sixteen hackers one hundred thousand dollars in Bitcoin in return for promises not to tell anyone about their hack Sullivan disguised payment by calling it. A Bug bounty of bug bounty can be illegitimate means of compensating so-called white hat hacker who has discovered a security breach but has not exploited. It is not a bug bounty to pay a hacker who has taken your data and is threatening to expose it. Sullivan's desperation to hide the twenty sixteen hack is revealed by the size of a payment. The fact that it was paid to the hackers before he. Even learned of their true names. After the Twenty Sixteen Payment Sullivan reviewed and approved statements to the F. T. C. that failed to reveal the two thousand sixteen hack. When Uber hired new management in twenty seventeen Sullivan deceived them also in their guilty pleas the admitted to hacking other companies using similar techniques to those used in the Uber Hack If Sullivan had promptly reported the Uber Hack those other acts of those other companies may have been prevented at this point. My prediction is Joe. Sullivan's going to have a pretty hard time. Sydney win it's laid out like it is in the complaint does you know thous- look kind of compelling them and you can argue that the outcome that they that Yuba got you know for their customers data was perhaps in the end somewhat of success right? That didn't end up. On the underground somewhere. But yeah, laid out like it is it. It looks Kinda scammy. And Yeah I'm probably

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"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WEEI

"Pays? One hundred thousand dollars. One hundred thousand dollars. So the person took this ticket which they're in for eight hundred bucks on this ticket. Okay. Eight hundred dollars on this ticket the wage related December. And they sold this ticket for twenty thousand dollars on props while. So they turned eight hundred dollar investment into twenty thousand dollars. That's really good. Yeah. I don't have an issue with that at all. If you were in their shoes, and you get twenty K for your eight hundred dollar wager. You do that right? Absolutely. For sure that's that's eighty K. You're leaving on the table though wins. Yeah, I understand. But you go from a high wager gamble to assure thing, you know, yet money, I have birdie bird in the hand were exactly what it is. You know, twenty thousand birds in the hand worth one hundred thousand birds in the Bush, exactly the modern saying of it. I probably would have just held onto this ticket. And then sort of hedge my bets, you know. Because if I have eight hundred dollar ticket on Texas Tech, I could go load up on Michigan state and what up on them enough to make my dollars back. And then if Texas Tech wins, then I can load up whoever they play in the national championship to make back. My Michigan state investment m I eight hundred dollars. And so then I make and then put a little extra on it for some profit. Yeah. But saying it's Texas Tech versus Virginia and the national championship how much money are you going to have to put on Virginia at that point? To have a nice sizable winnings. So to make back your eight hundred bucks right now. I'm glad you asked us because now I gotta get into the math of this thing. All right and science, not our friend on this show. Math also, not really, our friend. We're very anti-scientific. I would say I would say kind of you know, maybe just an acquaintance math. All right..

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"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"That helps you make better money moves special. Thank you to gene pastula, eight hundred two three eight eight one four four, Johnny. He actually invented. I of course, I've known gene for thirty years. And he also wrote helped me write a chapter in my very first book on the didn't call it linked benefits back. Then I forget what they called it. But he was the pioneer behind that particular product is now sold in virtually every Bank in America. And of course, he has access to all of the products through his his company's a really really good guy. And really smart. Well, the funny thing is, you know, it's been around for twenty five thirty whatever years, probably twenty-five. But you only started re really hearing about it. I think at least I did over the last three or four years. Well, it's been around the the banks have been using that product because people come in. They've got one hundred thousand dollars sitting in a certificate of deposit or a money market fund. That's paying almost nothing and you just simply transfer. For the asset. And you still have liquidity is still have access to the money if not one hundred percent of it, but most of it, and you get put one hundred thousand dollars, and you get four hundred thousand dollars or five hundred thousand worth of worth of care. And if you don't need it. It's a couple of hundred thousand dollars to your heirs when you get hit by Trump. This is another one of those things where I would say why not just like with the qualified charitable distributions. I if you're if you're going to sell fund, your your your long term care. Why would you not do this? I mean, I can't think of a reason..

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"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"One hundred thousand dollars on it. And my property when I bought it was one hundred and fifty thousand four years ago. Okay. And we have ten percent appreciation over four year period, which is pretty close to two hundred grand at two hundred grand. I'm able to do one hundred sixty thousand dollar loan. I only oh one hundred thousand so in theory with that those numbers I would be able to pull out sixty thousand dollars cash credit and amateur is it over fifteen twenty twenty-five thirty year period, we can even do odd number. So for example, Willi here's something to lucky without no, let's say you've been in your current mortgage seven years just to throw that out. We can actually put you on a twenty three year mortgage. So they don't lose any time. Or in some cases, if you were on a thirty originally and by paying down credit card debt with that sixty thousand dollars. You probably would be able to converted into a fifteen year mortgage and not losing ground get the mortgage interest and rid the credit cards. It's possible. So number one, you can actually amortize it over a shorter period of time. If it works with your income because we all know, we get a thirty year mortgage. And then maybe five ten years later, we're making more money, or at least, I hope you are if you're not you might wanna think about changing jobs. So maybe now you take the balance, even if you roll in the credit card debt or the car payment, or whatever it might be or just pull money out to fix up the house. Maybe you need to remodel the kitchen or the bathroom, but now's the time to do it because we can get you lower interest rates more than likely, and what you're already on and you now get tax advantage. Now, I tell people all time, I am not an accountant CPA. So please consult your CPA your tax advisor. But there's a certain amount of the federal government afford you to pull out of your home equity that you can ride. It off as a as a tax expense. Sure. Sure. I love.

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"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

"One hundred thousand dollars an additional twelve percent earning between one hundred and two hundred thousand dollars that means more than half a black America is either on the edge of being. Middle class or solidly in it. And beyond it, but he doesn't plug into that notion of people have sacrificed people have been in the vineyards working hard to allow this to occur. Instead, he focuses I think quite intentionally on the dysfunction, the chaos in poor black communities and uses that disturb fear and division in the white community. But to your point remember, it's the case that blacks are about thirteen percent of the population. One of another big change in my lifetime has been that Latinos are now a larger group then sixteen to seventeen percent of the population, Asians, the fastest growing segment of that minority population seven to eight percent. So you start to see that the country is on track to become more diverse. More of a multicultural experience in the United States. And what Trump is doing. I think like with the make America great again hat. He's harkening back in time. When there was a very. The whole notion of what blacks were happy to be to live in segregated lesser lives. Right. Women were happy to remain in their place, and nobody was going to complain. That's that's his America. And sometimes I think the nineteen forties. If not the nineteen. But that's not where we're going. This is to me almost like a spasm, like a reaction from people who say the changes coming too fast. I'm not comfortable, and it's so easy to define the other as responsible for whatever difficulties are occurring, especially in these difficult economic times when you have greater income inequality in the country, and when you have segments of the country being left behind I had a piece in the chronicle this past weekend in which I talk about how Trump says, oh anytime he's charged with anything racist. He says look at the black unemployment rate, it's low at a historic low rate. He doesn't mention that. It's overwhelming like that ninety percent of this reduction occurred under President Obama. He then goes on and says, you know, what are you complaining about, you know, it's just like. But in fact, in fact, what you see is that where we have economic growth at the moment aren't industries like coal mining manufacturing oil. He is helping dying economies, basically. And in mostly in small towns and rural areas, not where the concentrations of minorities are in the country and not in industries that are growing. So we're not in industries like tech, not we're not we're not talking about retail. We're not talking about education. We're not talking about public service even government and the need for government program. So to me again, he is a guy who is hearkening to the pass to America's past and part of that is a very racist. I think twenty six you basically use the phrase that I've used on this very platform trying to explain to people what I Trump represented, but you. The first person I've seen in writing who says it..

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"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Well, let's talk to tax attorney Steve Moskowitz right now, it's six forty two or live with Steve. Good morning. Steve. I wanna talk to you about the tax planning and estate planning because our listeners need to know that is a part of the services you offer, correct? Absolutely. So much that can be done, especially with the congress favorite child of real estate. This is a common situation the bay area. Couple who has. The house years many years ago one hundred thousand dollars and now the house is worth five million. And the house is too big. And the kids are gone, and they they like to move someplace else, but they also don't want to pay that capital gain. What can we do? What are things they can do is something called the charitable remainder trust. Then with that. What you do is you essentially give the house to charity. Maturity pays you an income stream back for the rest of your life. And because the charity doesn't pay the capital gains taxes, you actually get that more money. And if you sold it yourself. Capital gains taxes, and then went ahead and invested it. That's just one of many things for you. So you know, what I I don't wanna do that. I wanna stay in my house the rest of my life. But when I go, and my spouse goes, I want to go ahead and give the house to the charity. You get a tax deduction. White now physically you're the same. You're in the house because you get a big tax deduction right now. I could go on and on. But I know there's other things you're doing your show. Because you do get fired up about this. And I'm fired up, by the way, I'm going to be in your office later this morning. I'm going to be meeting with your team regarding some issues involving. Tax planning, and I'm really excited about that. So I'll be seeing you know, doubt later this morning, Steve we're looking forward to it. Let's go ahead and get the phone number out.

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"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"For one hundred thousand dollars i did some show that when we host like domestic showdown or something like that the best show i remember this show i remember saying hey listen whoever wins this thing that i'm hosting we need gimmick an escalade cadillac ask things out a role with the big blow on it or something and they're like and i just kept going around these guys are smart making it they're gonna compete for hundred thousand dollars we got to the day where they went and had a makita cordless rollers spray painted gold and like mounted onto a piece of mahogany here and i'm like this the cheapest or yeah we know it looks bad and i'm like remember eight weeks ago we had that whole conversation about how bad it was gonna look we didn't have of on they're like yeah well here we are but not making it hundred for real money thousand somalians it'll be the funniest crafting competition on tv i have no idea where the cimoli came from but gary look it up anyway let's not mr premiere hosted by poland nick offerman after america's got talent tuesday july thirty first on nbc all right what do you got up there four all right let's see okay doug thirty six akron do what's happening it's going on yeah did you have a joke counter on the mtv levin show bigly remember back in dry to choke counter different things yeah no yeah you had to count one time beverage suspended in the air for a while digital also at one that had dust dot member you pull out before they made that one i don't remember i i remember making that joke but i couldn't remember what was sort of a flip of flip thing with a couple of those on version but yeah drew he get his one a lot of joke for the year and it was a real joke and sometimes you use it to earlier in the run stuff that could i remember wondering if i just made that up or actually happen yeah it was a joke code they called it never joke tote isn't they call all right call it that yeah some mold and then down and yeah hold on how would you spell some mouland's i have no idea well how would you that's why i said everything this a m otis i didn't say how do you i said how would you ono some olien i go aso am oh l already to s m o s ns urban dictionary dictionary has s a m o l i n okay as money just means buddy no urban dictionary tamala jerry anything give me a moment they go spelled anyway you can look up just two small entomology now we're we're we oh it's doug drop off now he was going on i was going on she's still on how's it going yeah okay sorry but thanks and yes i remember that i haven't thought about that in a long time his brother using only donner eric thirty to wisconsin yeah thanks for taking my call i'm just having a little bit of an issue i have an older brother i'm the youngest three and for years now my brother has been using my older niece as babysitters he's gotta live the nightlife and my mother my mother he's married as well than married actually together with his wife since they were eighteen and fifteen and what it all what is the wife she didn't she leaves her children alone with a underage child yeah yeah and they go into the ours together and then they also you know they'll come home late very late how old is the oldest child she's she just turned sixteen in march okay so can we report the by her way what's very late probably wrapping up a night at five in the morning oh that's late so where are you wisconsin you can wrap it up at five in the morning at a bar yeah we got third shift bars you know they're open you know the reason i say this is used to babysit frequently when i was twelve thirteen fourteen like as young babysit my neighbor and kids reading ronnie this railing kids up the street bubba blonde you know sometimes they'd come home late but it would be like twelve or maybe twelve thirty or something can you do that anymore legally i don't know a look six i would be fine with a sixteen year old responsible watching my kids but the fact that they're coming home first off this isn't we're going to movie going.

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"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Over one hundred thousand dollars well you know one of the big things the whole sports world is influenced by hannah lyrics and stats and the beyer speed figures are one of the real base stats and olympic stats that people reference talk about and it's in the daily racing for him so people looking them all the time so i guess that's why the beyer speed figures and not the patrick speech yes you you don't want that is there but but have we broken it down it feels like every other sport we've really broken it down with the analytics certainly baseball is horse racing there yet i know that they've been more numbers driven than any other sport probably trying to break this down but is there a breakthrough there there are more there's a lot of grass and different things i've come across just in the last year of really getting two years now really get involved in this more people do more analytics if you really pulled back when you look at the racing for it's such an art to re learn how to read the racing form and i hope if if you are involved in sports at all you've taught your kid how to read the form because it is pretty neat there's so much analytics stats baked into their it probably was an early driver of such but i think now the lay over that the depth of understanding tracking sires mayors and the reading process on top of it a sport that really had a great basin analytics is adding to the modern sensibility you know dan at my alma mater at syracuse there's a school sport management it's named after david falk was the give the giver for an going on the school in that school there's no major in sport analytics so you can now major magic.

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"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"If in the don january first of two thousand you went into the new decade the new millennium as some said but it wasn't till two thousand one really you went in with one hundred thousand dollars in your portfolio at the end of exactly ten years december thirty first two thousand nine your ten thousand dollar portfolio after reinvestment of dividends that whole time by the way gotta put the money back in yet was worth ninety one thousand dollars they said ten thousand to ninety one hundred hundred thousand to ninety thousand hundred thousand became ninety one thousand dollars if you instead invested globally same exact period one hundred thousand dollars small large have national docs didn't have i didn't have to do a daren't they just set there during that miserable ten years everybody was telling you to get out of the market too by the way in two thousand and two thousand one and two thousand eight you had the tune all that out because it was out there every just sat there at the end of ten years you had one hundred ninety four thousand dollars wow now that's a significant difference that is a almost a one hundred no it is it's it's a one thousand dollar difference and yet so few of you i know so few of you and i will say this because as you know don i look at two or three portfolios a week from people to walk in the door and he's the ceo data a lot of them they think that they laughing i'm only laughing because it's true they for the most part you believe your diversified by being in the s and p five hundred if there's nothing more powerful than that decade you just gave us to say maybe i should look international stocks i don't know it'll change your mind i really have no idea again the differences you invested globally and you had some small and value versus having just large company us stocks and you would have had twice as much money over twice as much money doing nothing doing nothing eight five five.

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"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Can get more out of what you've got you don't need to be a millionaire to make more money than a millionaire because the millionaires that have their money making you know two three four five percent aren't really getting that much out of their assets you know if you can have one hundred thousand dollars and be having multiple strategies generally double and triple digit returns then you can make a lot more money than a millionaire that sitting back doing passive investing and part of this just owning the fact that as someone actively involved with your success someone actively involved with your income you're going to do a lot better than if you were relying on someone else you're gonna do a lot better than if you're waiting for someone to bail you out because one of these we know the government has been clear you are on your own and you can choose to be a victim of that and lament that and complain about it or you can seize the opportunity and say yeah i am on my own i need to get myself educated i need to get myself trained so that i can put my full energy into realizing the great opportunities there are around me and when when you wrap your brain around that then you can start seeing the possibilities as a do it yourself investor where we can start taking actions that are going to provide not just for you and your family but for your future and you may be able to start taking strategies that can impact future generations since a part of the plan to not pay taxes event on friday april six is i'm gonna kind of lay out some of the strategies that you can use to really provide for your family and and basically your best estate planning tool right now is what we're going to talk about it the plan to not pay taxes program and so go to trading academy dot com slash baltimore go to the schedule get yourself registered for that friday april sixth but also to you know for those who.

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"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WTMA

"Facilities when i noticed this article in the baltimore sun about hiring losses up to one hundred thousand dollars to pay kids due to this protest in washington dc and it seems to me this is government employees government facility on my dime advocating against the constitution the second amendment which seems to me to be a conflict of interest if not unconstitutional saying how a teacher can't even have a bible on their desks let alone a coach voluntarily praying with their students because they might influence them some way you know article that go ahead go this article it actually says in a different school district or different time it might be regarded as inappropriate use of tax dollars to support what is essentially a political protest right yeah there's no doubt and and and thank you we appreciate the call and some great points there you know when i looked at this because there were there were in in some of the various walkouts across the country that have happened already there were school administrators that were saying if you walk out you're going to be expelled and in this one you know you're seeing it in many areas not in all areas you're seeing in many areas the the endorsement of this kind of behavior and so the banks you wonder okay what does it what does the school system to do we'll talk more about this in just a moment here's your forecast where continuing to watch snowfall in the northeast fair to say we'll be north of the pennsylvania turnpike today but up along i ninety from cleveland into the lake erie area up in through lake ontario we will see lake effect snow all the way through albany and up through maine on portions of i ninety and i eighty one in the area as that coastal low continues to cause problems including coastal.

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"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Double Toasted

"The truth to tanzania's the only one hundred thousand dollars secondly for them lover people and it was just for the i think there was only like twenty took the cap resolving so it wasn't awful lot on during an oscar oh yeah oh man who what his speech and publicity refer israel had speech earned gabriel they've gary old a little more never told anybody you will senior riches and and you grow up and i'm todd we we're like oh my sis the only thing i am fell could georgia now i'm sure one thing at least one england correct practically i liked the way the chad's putting this look good that but it's not that bad i got the do get out get out i will favour one right here is simply shut up bro be back there's always going to be a part of me that's got a leg the chance to tomba got dale man oh jen go ahead and put it over on the show seems happening what is the matter with you heat how many more we got just to our live picture of the earned director ridwan and we got direct wellendorsed europe it oh actress think actress and picture and hooked you okay this is actress right now henson why are the whole carl's women you cruising down in the circulatory tel aviv learned he is gonna be margo aerobic to okay his joseph out the here and i imagine france's arnaud reminding his playbook can i keep central glue france why president gorman.

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"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Shareable

Shareable

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on Shareable

"One of the things that especially companies like cisco they have been really good at doing is that you actually take it upon yourself to gather market insights and you you gather industry insights and you try to show some customers you know what mr customer or miss customer you're spending now one hundred thousand dollars on marketing and here's where your business is at today heat is what other people are doing his home watch big gird their business as we think that might be an opportunity if we shifted our thought process in terms of what of market how would approaching all market the services that we offer and you need to step back and take a look again at marketing and see how can marketing really helps expand that you know our views on what's the market what we can serve in how can we service that market and then we can come back and say how do we start working now in order to create that perception on customers because because geo point the customer its themselves may stock treaty sort of positioning you in that bucket in their own mind that that's that's if you're doing like found five hundred thousand dollars worth of business with them they would basically walk around thinking that's when you what you need to stay as well unless you can have a conversation with them and we can call it envisioning or vision nearing conversation where you really getting them to think about their own business in a different way and now you're not talking about your products and services really talking about their business what's happening in the industry and some of the insights they were able to observe and really come back and just have a conversation even make it make it sound like it's a very cursory conversation where the customer will then say.

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"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The tax deferred so if you make one hundred thousand dollars that twenty let's say you put in twenty four thousand dollars the eighteen plus the six patch up that that twenty four thousand dollars you are not tax thought that right away so it gives you an incentive to do it all and then when you withdraw the money later on you end up having to pay the taxes of the money you with fraud on the plan that some republicans are floating with eliminate that up front tax break you could still have 401 case but just like the way roth 401 case operate you pay taxes up front and then when you take the money out ten fifteen twenty thirty years from now then you end up um you don't have to pay taxes ever again but you don't get that upfront deduction if you take away in my opinion that upfront deduction you are going to discuss rich millions of americans who desperately need to save for their retirement you're going to discourage them from doing exactly that i have nothing against the awad 401 taste of the roth ira as if you don't mind paying the taxes up front that that's fine do it then the money grows taxfree that that's a that's a great deal but but the point is for a lot of people who are trying who can't understand or kit see retirement to begin with and don't see the benefits were can't figure out why or how they should be saving little money you take away that tax deferral advantage upfront they're just going to stop contributing and then they're going to be any the worst mess than they already are when they hit retirement one four seven nine nine one six twenty is the number let's talk to mark and find lack marker at 620 wtmj good morning i agree rick i've gotta oral one area got iraq also portland oregon trump uh by i think people young people that are going to lose out they're going to.

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"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Money wisely now can put you in a more secure financial position in retirement charlie and i are not tax her estate planning attorneys but there is some basic information we can share that will be helpful to regarding planning for all of this the ages of life including longlife shortlife rough life sick wife and when you finally move into the next life so charlie should you have a living trust a lot of people should if you've acquired significant assets over time you may wonder if you need a living trust in addition to your will the basic rule of thumb is do you own a home or you know have more than one hundred thousand dollars of assets the reality is that a living trust to be a useful planning tool however you should be certain that you understand what it can and can't accomplish before he decided to make one part of your estate plan so let's talk about it would is a living well a living will is simply a legal arrangement ucr while you're alive in the trust agreement you give someone that is the trust the the responsibility for managing the property you place in the trust according to the directions you provide you also name one or more people as beneficiaries to receive income or principle from the trust and typically a living trust is revolt 'able that means you can alter it at the end or in terms anytime time you change your mind later on you won't have to give up control over the trust property if you name yourself as the initial trust the or coach rusty and beneficiary now what a trust cando steve if you were no longer able to manage the trust properly yourself your coach trust the or a successor trust could simply take over for you this could be very helpful in the event that you became seriously ill or disabled as many people do towards the end of their lives property held in a living trust usually doesn't have to go through probate it's simply continues to be managed to distributed according.

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"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I connecticut pain crowned aitken destination eric von secca at one hundred thousand dollars that trump um gave k our education system maybe they could go to the democrats and damn straight on of guests can trade and what trump is then baird it gave you get a billionaire he didn't need many he didn't need the job he way here uh but it can create it's going down the drain when you got greedy democrat fit all if they care about eight many greed and power cuts i care about they don't care about jobs any of the important bank at all about them kauai now edged the money that i make every every day a work hard in my paying for all the investigation into an er you're yes you're you're you're you're an ira and and i wanna work every day for that i'm going to work every day to improve guest country in to get jobs can be weighed look like a laughing stock everybody out look at they are they're open air fighting among qin xiao gear trying to cake trump down i would i would fire every democrat in that hole while courthouse wall of of course you would but the system daily in that way you you don't get to fire the democrats and neither do i gotta ask the f you try hard enough you can try and fire your veterans of local representative ryan if you wish to fire than they do at work for you but of course that's a fixed that's give it a titles let vertebrate remember melinda that's from your point of view there are hundreds of millions of americans of believed that trump is hitler let's just the reality when you have fifty nine percent that that will by anything that will by complete delusion that the russians actually change the votes in.

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"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KOIL

"You upgraded what was there and they certainly made the loan over what was there before so shouldn't be a problem sarah is with us in miami hi sarah how are you i am and a phone call sure what's up hello a poem on on crying living on one hundred thousand dollars and i'm on a employed don't bother with no pammy and it there oh my heart the kreindler owner a condo hi cleaning part looking at a home from the weather a harbor better back a a better and anything that i know we're kind of on a bubble on earth finding i don't like our own hair unfair no you need to continue to gather information and slow down a little bit there's nothing if there's nothing pushing you nobody is on your hair's not on fire your fine go with the speed that you can gather information the the smarter you are about this the more information you have the more comfortable the decision is going to be and so one of the nature one of the things you did would you made a call called me today okay so you're going to get some information there but that's not your stop that's not the last piece of information you will gather so get with a good real through that you can ask these same guentzel questions do and go okay wisest lincoln nho way so high over here and um you know what what wine the world would they have a choice payment this high on a condo like this and then they dig into you can dig into the budget and find out that the ha was poorly managed in they're trying to make up ground on your back and so you know you may have a situation like that our special assessment may be due because he ho is poorly managed that's not that unusual sadly in so you really want to get into the health of the financial health of the ha away if you're going into a condo uh and uh but i mean you got five hundred and forty thousand dollars access to it between mutual funds and and money markets so yeah you need to pay cash for the house uh as far as your question of house versus condo all things being equal there's.

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"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred thousand dollars" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"It was on the spread this morning see scaramucci was always going to attract the kind of the anti trump crowd they were they were ready to go and the story of the day which i saw a national review was that scaramucci paid one hundred thousand dollars to be in wall street to did you see that i was a true always being circulated all of it and they showed his little kenya he was on for like five seconds and it said scaramucci paid one hundred thousand dollars to appear in wall street to the film and dan you dig deep in you look at it and he didn't pay for himself to be paid for his company's logo it it's product placement companies do it all the time which is also so funny here that i like this the kinda got malaysia's he's iconic at my company name in this movie with a bilked people out of my you exactly but it wasn't exactly you know pay for play like put me in the movie a bureau he was doing what you do when you have a company he got his logo and yet you understand they they had gone into dig up every piece of dirt imaginable that they could on the guy yeah and that's how they play exactly let's take michael in middletown connecticut i think michael wants to talk about the third party michael what's that third party gotta look like well i don't think i'd going coffers while congrats on the show when the and also what would cave first on the republicans aren't democratic you've got going to be the republicans and democrats i consider to be a call you today eight who gather and that's the one thing that republicans don't do but uh like i would say as far i was getting a third party and there and i'm a complete end up i'm dave i don't think it's ever going to happen problem i mean i hate to say i rode accross about about.

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