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The value of time.
"Are for this week's episode. I WanNa talk about time my father-in-law's one of those guys. Who'd rather do something himself? Then pay someone else. Do it for him. Some people are the pay others type and some are the do it themselves type. I'm the pay others type. But I envy my father-in-law's vast knowledge and a column for fixing things. At least monthly in his sixties. He was changing his own oil in his car. And I mean he'd drive the car up on little metal ramps in his garage. Get on a wheeled cart. Get underneath the car and do everything himself. It took them a little more than an hour and then he'd drive over to Jiffy Lube dispose of the oil I just did Jiffy Lube I and let them do the whole thing and the reason I do this is because Jiffy Lube charges me around forty bucks for the whole thing and they do it in thirty minutes and I can respond to emails while I'm waiting if I do it myself. I still have to buy twenty dollars with oil and filter and then spend an hour. Doing the oil change an hour. I'll never get back. So the trade becomes is the twenty dollars. I'd save doing it myself. Worth the hour of my time. And the answer is emphatically. No I make more than twenty dollars an hour. The average salary America's around sixty five thousand dollars a year which divides up to about thirty bucks an hour and that means the average person should not be changing their own oil. The processes have been streamlined. Commoditised enough to where it just makes sense to pay for the service just like most people don't so their own clothes or raise their own cows for milk and meat either. It was probably twenty years ago. Started doing this math on pretty much anything or had to decide whether to do it myself or pay to have it done. It puts an objective criteria on the decision and the only times I go against what the math is telling me is if I really have a burning desire to learn how to do something because I feel like that knowledge will serve me in some way in the future but the one place. I never thought about doing that. Math was in my actual job to job. I worked twenty five hundred hours a year doing because just like I'd never get back the our changing my oil also never get back. The time I spend working it's gone forever for all of us and IT Open Mon this. It's just a fact of life but it also means I don't want to trade away. Those hours for just a paycheck. Those hours are too big a chunk of my life of our lives. I know it's much easier said than done but it's really important. You love what you do or at the very least. If you don't love what you do it's important. The job you don't love is one that will open doors in the near future for careers you will love on last week's talent Tuesday episode. I spoke about getting back to the basics of what your people expect out of you and your organization and the very first thing I mentioned was the desire to get better at things that aren't related to the job. Things that will build their resume and make them more marketable. These are the things that make people believe the time they invest is worth it. I don't need to know how to change my oil so Jiffy Lube can continue doing it for me but even cheaper to pay someone to wash my car in ten minutes that it would be spending our washing at myself. The time with my son doing it together makes it worth it. The cost benefit analysis of time versus. Money says to pay somebody to wash my car every time but I remember watching my dad's car with him and how great it was spending time with him and that added element tip the scales the other way. If you're leader of people you'll never be able to pay anyone enough to make the job worth the paycheck. Your employees feel like they're getting something else out of it to or they'll get more value out of the transaction by working hard. The paycheck is extrinsic reward. So that means even if you pay somebody way more than the job even worth eventually the novelty of that paycheck lower off and the employer will disengage. It's no different than how we get excited about the idea of getting into a brand new car and driving off the lot knowing it's ours but by the twelfth payment the excitement is worn off and now the payment feels like. It's too much what we're getting in return. The first payment was totally worth it. We got a car and we got that feeling but once the feeling goes away we get a more accurate picture of the perceived value of the transaction. So how do you increase the perceived value of the job for your employees? You give them training knowledge skills and responsibilities that aren't directly related to their actual job. You stretch them. You develop their leadership skills. You help them accomplish their educational goals either with money or equally important. With flexibility of time and work life balance there are people all over who could easily change companies and make more money doing the exact same job if they can do this and they aren't. It's because they're getting something else besides their salary. Find out what those things are for each of your people and find ways of helping them get those things. I just how engaged they become. Thanks for listening. I have a great day.
Maryland launches portal to connect medical equipment suppliers and buyers during coronavirus crisis
"The supply chains that hospitals and care givers use to buy face masks gowns and gloves have been stretched thin so Maryland has a new solution it's called the Maryland manufacturing network supplier portal and that's where those in need of protective gear can find local sellers now the transaction will be made on the website the buyers and sellers can find each other there and make a deal off line all the sellers in Maryland companies and some have received government grants to pivot to producing protective gear like Marty's bag works in Edgewater which typically makes canvas boat cushions and bags but you sixty five thousand dollars in state grant money to shift to making face shields and lightweight gowns governor Larry Hogan says getting enough PP to those in need as part of his plan to lift distancing measures and reopen the state's Joan Jones WTOP
Kim Kardashian Gifts Daughter North West With A $65K Jacket Worn By Michael Jackson For Christmas
"Kim Kardashian west and her husband Kanye west made a purchase for their daughter there I believe she is six seven your six year old daughter eight sixty five thousand dollar jacket but it's not just any jacket Hey it is a jacket that was worn at one time by Michael Jackson excuse one and as if that weren't enough they give to their six year old a sixty five thousand dollar jacket worn by the late Michael Jackson they also had it altered so that she can wear it to play
Pitcher: Life 'destroyed' by slayings of wife, son, in-law
"To a Tampa Bay rays prospect pitcher who was on there double triple a team of by the name of black a bit Blake defends it was his brother in law and he had just murdered Blake's wife baby son and mother in law who was his sister nephew and his own mother Matthew Bernard age eighteen charged with the murders of his family after reportedly embarking on a spree of violence which took the lives of Emily Bevans Colin defends and Joan Bernard authorities discovered one of the bodies in the driveway of a Virginia home two other bodies were discovered inside the home and the victims were discovered with gunshot wounds to the head of the he killed his mother age sixty to his sister twenty five and his nephew who's only fourteen months old on Tuesday morning and the sheriff said there's still no clear motive in the murders and and nobody was going to you know speak to the picture Bevans in the first day or two the Tampa Bay rays had issued a very nice no heartfelt condolences to him and his family but he he did post yesterday to Instagram and he insisted that while he is devastated beyond all comprehension he will not allow the devil to win he wrote two days ago my heart was turned to ash my life as I knew it was destroyed the pain my family and I feel is unbearable it cannot be put into words I shake and tremble at the thought of our future without them Emily my sweetheart he was the best wife and mother this world has ever seen you made me into the man I am today and you loved me with all of my flaws you brought our precious baby boy into this world and made our family complete your love and kindness changed countless lives including mine he went on to express his heart break at losing his baby son my sweet little boy that a loves you so much I can't breathe without you here I finally understood what love was when you were born and I would have done anything for you he has changed my life forever you are my reason what touching a lug long to hold the both of you again in heaven I'm so glad you are all with your great grandmother's now I know they're eating you up he also memorialize his mother in law Joan who he said was the best mother in law anyone could ask for this earth did not deserve either of you you're just too wonderful to comprehend Joan you are the best mother in law anyone could ask for you love your family more than anyone I've ever seen he raised the most wonderful girl in the world I'm so glad you all are still together he was the best man of this world has ever seen and I will never forget you Evans said that the harrowing ordeal would not be in vain and he would not let the devil when skip you are a wonderful father and grandfather he added we will get through this together as a family we will not let the devil when thank you god for giving me the most wonderful family in the world I've been blessed beyond belief this is a picture from Alabama is Montgomery biscuits a double a affiliate of the Tampa Bay rays he also went on to thank his teammate and those who have reached out to during this time thank you to all my family and friends who have reached out to me during this time of sorrow thank you Tampa rays baseball this good baseball for your support through everything I am comforted by all the messages and well wishes I'm not sure what is next for me but I do know god as the plan even though I can't see it so he this this Bernard dude set to appear in court but was rushed to a hospital for an undisclosed reason obviously they place them on suicide watch and there is a go fund me page that was set up and I think it's raised up to like sixty five thousand dollars in this period of time to help with for the
Sabres, Jake And Sixty Five Thousand Dollars discussed on Sports Talk Saturday with Sal Capaccio
"To hockey the savers and defenseman Jake became avoiding salary arbitration by agreeing to a two year deal that pays McCabe an average annual value of two point eight five million dollars meanwhile for the cap buffalo is now officially up against the wall as the Sabres according cap friendly have a projected cap space of just two hundred and sixty five thousand dollars left on their
How Do Animals Get Their Scientific Names?
"Today's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card the capital one venture card you earn unlimited double miles every purchase every day and you can use those miles toward travel expenses like flights hotels rental cars and more just book and pay for your travel using your venture card and redeem your miles toward the cost capital one. What's in your wallet? Credit approval required capital one bank U._S._A.. An a welcome to brain stuff but production of iheartradio brain Steph Lorraine Vogel bomb here and I'm here today to tell you that an oddball catfish species I spotted in one thousand nine hundred eight in Brazil at last has a name and it is Grio. Yes as in the Rhodesian Bounty Hunter Star Wars more formerly the catfish at fish who's bug-eyed stare and Droopy Chin like extension really do bring to mind Guido will henceforth be known as Peck Alenia greeted by that final is sound in Latin is a possessive so it means something like grotto's fish one Dr Jonathan armbruster professor professor and curator officials at Auburn University and Longtime Star Wars Fan created the name while studying the fish in two thousand fifteen. It's about one of forty species of fish. He's named date by tradition. Whoever discovers a new species gets to name it discovers covers doesn't necessarily mean fines though armbruster explained discoveries a weird term? I discovered Pedo I in a jar but others actually discovered it in nature. They just didn't have everything they needed to describe it. Armbruster did describe it he. He discovered the nature of the species. The new part of new species is weird to in this context armbruster explains a new species is one that is newly described named of course it existed before scientists got involved describing describing a new species is a science in itself in taxonomy which is the scientific discipline of classifying living things scientists examined physical genetic behavioral. 'em ecological traits to logically scituate species within the biosphere taxonomy is a big deal it reveals how a new species fits into are known world and provides a universal language to describe study it taxonomy lays out the components of biodiversity and thus the tools to preserve it it offers scientists engineers and inventors their best chance at understanding were standing the incredible capabilities that the natural world and explaining it to the rest of US naming is part of taxonomy. A name often reflects a distinctive characteristic like the name Tattoo Rita Brazilian ncis for bat discovered that lives in Brazil. Oh there's a lot of leeway in naming though and scientists often get creative like p Guido I for a fish that looks like Guido or my oldest might attack this for a bat with golden for after mythologies golden touched King Midas. This approach can sometimes be problematic though we spoke with Dr Ricardo More telly biologist with the Waldo crews foundation who named the Golden Bat he explained a characteristic that we I think is you need to that species. Maybe revealed as shared with others or even variable. Able within the species for instance the aforementioned t Brazilian says was later found to live throughout north and South America resulting in sub-species like T- Brazilian says Mexicana or the Mexican Brazilian F- Retail Bat other names <music> honor colleagues immortalized family members or less common but more compelling exact revenge scientists Carlin is who in these seventeen hundreds founded the taxonomy and nomenclature systems still used in biology today named an entire genus of Rican weeds <music> secust Becca after one Johan seek us back a botanist who had endlessly criticized his work. The International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature needs to approve names but the organization is Pretty Open minded it approved sid vicious aside and Johnny Rotten. I four two species extinct trial bite named by taxonomic whose friend loved the sex pistols it also gave the nod to Agatha Idiom Bush. I A Cheney I and a Rumsfeld I four three species beetle title. The Republican taxonomic actually entered is a good thing it also approved ampule X. Demento for wasp that turns cockroaches zombies before eating them the behavior apparently recalled Harry Potter's spirit sucking adversaries that last one was chosen in a vote by visitors to Berlin Museum of Natural History. Some scientists are giving away. They're naming rights to educate engage and fund research and Conservation Merlin's museum patrons learned about the new wasp and taxonomy and it's critical role in conservation. Asian as part of the voting the scripts institution for oceanography cells naming rights for five thousand two twenty five thousand per species with the proceeds porting institutions work and that's a bargain at a two thousand five auction the online Golden Palace Casino L. paid sixty five thousand dollars the rights to name a species of monkey supporting the National Park in Bolivia where the new monkey was discovered. This commercialization makes some in the field uncomfortable with money in the mix. There's concern about biased. taxonomy armbruster said it has the possibility of getting out of hand. Buying a name is a good thing as long as it is four species we have already identified as new. We need more money for taxonomy. Finding creative ways to fund the science is a good thing by the way a Golden Palace named the Monkey Cassius our pilot. Why are we piloting meaning Golden Palace and Latin the Casino wanted dot com in there too but it couldn't be Latin sized? Today's episode was written by Julia Layton and produced by Tyler Clang. Breen stuff is the production of iheartradio's house stuff works for more in this and lots of other well categorized topics visit our home planet house networks dot Com and more podcast from iheartradio iheartradio APP apple podcasts. I listened to your favorite shows would not rob.
"sixty five thousand dollars" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Whose families make less than sixty five thousand dollars the program expected to have about eighty six hundred students when you get started in the fall of twenty twenty eighty five degrees mostly sunny in New York going down to seventy four in mid town this sticky night with news time seven ninety choices for an all wheel drive S. U. V. but the Mazda C. ex five is your best choice name the best brand by US news and World Report and where can you buy one it rains the monster according to dealer raider reviews one of the dealerships in Bergen county ms it rains the monster dot com and see special offers available all month long to qualified buyers subject to primary lender approval registration thirty one nineteen this week find great deals at Walgreens now select varieties of tide laundry detergent one ninety nine with coupon in cars and buy one get one fifty percent off select first aid products like bandaid branded he said bandages and neosporin get great deals on the essentials you need right here at your neighborhood Walgreens Walgreens trusted since nineteen oh one while supplies last restrictions and exclusions apply see store for details John saying live in local twenty four hours a day your news station tend to and with the news watch members this is you'll give us twenty two minutes we'll give you the world degrees in seven twenty on this on Wednesday July tenth I'm here on the line here's what's happening tragedy in queens three people dead including a child and two more in critical condition after a disastrous house fire this afternoon we'll have a live report from the scene mortgage treated for minor injuries after being hit by a car that jumped the curb this afternoon in the Bronx.
"sixty five thousand dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sixty five thousand dollars that's according to lieutenant Lucy dager even though it turned out nobody was in the water and it could have been prevented so really what we just ask that the public is that if you are an owner of a kayaker Pottle board or new that you label it with your contact information that way a quick call to the owner of a loose kayak prevents a long and costly search by the Coast Guard from the north and Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's news radio coming up on WBZ her today for labor secretary Alex Acosta about his decision involving and deal with Jeffrey upstate six thirty three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of the waiting all wheel drive traffic on the three well some of the busy highways are up to the north and let's start with one twenty eight north each jammed up for route three a in Burlington up into Wakefield southbound at a crawl from roof three back into Waltham delays continue one ninety three north from the second bridge up through Medford it's not terrible after that route three north is locked up just before route sixty two a pass Concord road in more brake lights up after four ninety five route to thirteen east is tied up through the through and there's a line taken out past exit to the expressway south just a grind from the tunnel down to South Bay you're back in it by granted have north bound as all stopping furnace brook parkway a past deposit circle and then getting up towards the tunnel route three south backed up a little bit coming off the expressway then you're back up to speed downtown the lower decks wide open but that's about it delivered connectors tied up both ways the Tobin bridge I'll bounce back Donna what's loop branch zero drive is almost back to mass have the Ted Williams tunnel westbound backed up so were those connector tunnels and then the mass turnpike westbound delays George Newton corner and of course out after one twenty eight Mike king WBZ's traffic on the three is humid nights on tap for tonight it will get more and more humid as we go through the evening partly cloudy skies temperatures low seventies in the city into the sixties and some of the suburbs warm humid tomorrow some clouds and some sun a shower or thunderstorm possible in the afternoon.
News in Brief 18 April 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. Help is needed urgently from the international community to help a two and a half thousand apparently stateless fern children at a camp in northeast Syria. Atop unco fischel said on Thursday panels Mussa's regional humanitarian coordinator for these Syria crisis made these special plea in Geneva. He said that the children are among seventy five thousand people now sheltering in our whole camp. After fleeing isolate extremists today are making special plea for the children. There was a figure that uniform shoes of about two and a half hours of this foreign children. So it's really a sizable number this children. Do have a father and a mother and father and a mother has a national -ality. And therefore solution has to be found in particularly with children in a plea to governments the UN official highlighted the massive challenges in dealing with the arrival of sixty five thousand desperate people in just one hundred days. Ninety percent of whom are women and children asked about the nationalities of those in the camp, which is being supervised by Kurdish. Authorities Mr. months replied that forty three percent were Syrians. Forty-two percent were rocky and fifteen percent were foreign nationals stress excessively long, working hours and disease contribute to the deaths of nearly two point eight million workers every year while an additional three hundred seventy four million people get injured or full ill because of their jobs. The UN labor agency ILO said on Thursday in a new report. Underlining Islas message that no paid work should take away wellbeing, safety or your life. The agency has identified several new or existing occupational risks that affect women more than men. These include so-called, flexible, working hours world population, growth, increased connectivity and climate change these factors and others. Contribute to losses of almost four percent of the global economy. I allows Manel Azi told you a news. The world versus changed. So we are working differently. We're working longer hours where using more technology. The reports thirty six percents of workers are working excessive long hours, meaning more than forty eight hours. A week women are more risk from hazards than men. Miss out the explained because they tend to be the primary care of children parents and lack the time to exercise leading to higher risks from cardiovascular disease, and finally the you and human rights chief expressed alarm on Thursday at a decision by a court in Bahrain to revoke the nationalities of one hundred thirty eight people following a mass terrorism trial, High Commissioner Michelle Bachelet said her office h Chr also had serious concerns that the court proceedings fell to comply with international fair trial standards. As many of the defendants were tried in. Absent here, the one hundred thirty eight Bahrainis who are all sentenced on Tuesday to between three years and life in prison. In addition to fines of up to two hundred sixty five thousand. Dollars. All but one of the convicted men had their nationality. Revoked bringing the total who have lost their citizenship status since twenty twelve to about nine hundred eighty said, oh, h Chr the UN human rights office has long urged by rain to bring it overly broad counterterrorism and county extremism legislation in line with its international human rights negations said Misbash let this week's convictions. She added give rise to serious concerns about the application of the law, particularly through a mass trial. That reportedly lacked the procedural safeguards necessary to ensure a fair trial arbitrary deprivation of nationality. Put the individuals concerned and their family members at increased risk of human rights violations. Said Misbash, let Daniel Johnson U N news.
"sixty five thousand dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Loans. Yes, sir. You don't have any other debt. No, sir. You don't owe money on a car? Do not. Okay. And you make sixty five thousand dollars a year. You married? You said you just got married. Yeah. You said you just got married last year, and my wife had some money in savings that she had oh what she got in savings. We have about forty five hundred in savings right now. And we're we're trying to figure out if we should I wanted to to go all the way down to a thousand dollars and put that on some of the debt. But my I was warned that that thousand dollars might be a problem if we have an emergency. I think it will be. But the point is is that we need to have a plan to plow through the seventy really really quickly really really really quickly. Does your wife work outside the home? She has a she's in school right now getting ready for grad school, and she does part time work right now. Okay. And how you paying for grad school? We're hoping to get scholarships, and if not then we'll pay cash on hand, and we'll have to get more jobs. I'm working on getting a second and third job right now. Okay. Let's not start our debt snowball to use stylish. How we're gonna pay for grad school. Because at forty five hundred needs to be sitting there right now because she can't go to grad school unless you pay for it. You're not going any further in debt. Her parents. Thank goodness save. They've been gracious enough to pay for school so far. But we we always try to treat every year. Like, we are going to pay for it. And if they pay for it, and then it's a blessing. Gotcha. And what is she studying studying speech pathology? I'm good. Okay. Very good. And so what does it to your two years of grad school, right? Yes, sir. Okay. And then she should come out making about one hundred right? Yes, sir. Hopefully, okay. So if you guys can hold out forty five hundred and tread water and get her through school without any more debt. That's a big goal right now. And then suddenly when she makes one hundred the first year, you're debt free, right? Yes, sir. And so if I can just keep your breaking even for right now for the next twenty four months and then in the next in the following one year. So she passes her boards and gets a job Bom, you're done just like that. And you might want to hold the forty five hundred through that because you're not really working your debt snowball at that point. So now if you start coming into some extra income way more than enough you need then you need to get her through school. You could start throwing it at that. And you may want to loosen up some of that forty five hundred but for right now, I'm kind of doing a tread water motion and not really working the debt snowball and make sure we get her through school with no more debt, and that's your biggest next step. Good question, man. Thank you for joining us. Well, over five million people almost six million people now have chosen every daughter to keep track of their spending. It is the best budgeting tool on the planet. It's easy to use takes just a minute or two to set up.
"sixty five thousand dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"City and our nation to come together. Now. So no the disparities, and I know the history. This announcement today recognizes that empire actor jussie smollet took advantage of the pain and anger of racism to promote his career. I'm left hanging. My head and asking why? Why would anyone especially an African American? Why would an African American do this because that's what he's been taught? That's what the culture of Hollywood. That's what the culture of the democrat party. That's what the culture and the politics all in this cauldron just boiling has taught this young, man. It has taught him that if well. The irony of this. I forget I it was like some sixty five thousand dollars an episode. Multiplied out to something like one point one seven million dollars a year. So he's a one percenter. And here's a one percenter. That's not happy with the station in life. And he thinks he deserves more. So rather than working harder? Rather than saying to his producers at his studio, or whomever, I deserve more and taking the chance that they're going to say, well, actually, you don't and you can either take this or you can go somewhere else rather than take that chance. He instead decides to play of the racial divide that has been fed into his brain his entire life. And the chief knows that he knows. That's exactly why did it. And that's why the chief is so offended by it. The chief nosers racial divide. She's politics are. But I bet if I could get him into a soundproof room somewhere and have a heart to heart talk. About what the causes of a racial divide in Chicago or. He might be just like those two brothers. Where he said a dozen times today, they run a forty eight hour hold and in the forty-seven power. They spilled their guts. I bet if I could put the chief on the forty eight hour hold in a soundproof room where there was no attribution and he could just speak freely. And truthfully, he would say, Yup. The democrat machine in Chicago has driven this racial divide until it explodes into this kinda mastery. Oh, he can never say it publicly that would be politically incorrect. But as a black man, I think he knows it. And I think that's why so pissed off about this situation. He's pissed off about that. He's pissed off about the waste of his department's resources. He's pissed off about the fact that here's a guy that's making more than a million dollars a year. I don't know what the Chicago police Commissioner makes he might make maybe a couple hundred thousand dollars in Chicago. I don't know. So here's a guy making what five times what he is. And doesn't have to risk his life doesn't have to do anything. But, you know, show up with pretend to be somebody else. Yeah. I think the chief is as a black man and his law enforcement officer is probably really ticked off. I think the Washington, you know, I'm not sure who to give credit to this. I got it off our clipping service. I think it's the Washington free beacon. But here's a good mash up of the Chicago police departments press conference. And just sees interview with Robin Roberts. People need to hear this is the truth. I'm left hanging. My head and asking why do you do such a disservice? When you lie about things like this. Why would anyone especially African American man? Use the symbolism of a news.
"sixty five thousand dollars" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"As much attention or the uncovering of the hoax says what you tension of the hoax. We have reason to be skeptical, but a conversation you had before we started the show pops to mind regarding all this. The fact I knew that the show empire existed it, but it's. A pretty popular show I've seen promos during sporting events. I had no idea. It was like a top ten show. So a lot of people out there will know about this in a way that other issues we talk about that just and I think a lot of other people will start to read. I I we all should pray for Justice smollet. I mean, the the guy is clearly a mess. He deserves to be held. To account for this. But good good grief. What what a disaster, but to the greed that people are then going to watch the likes of Don lemon make excuses for this. There's a lot of people out there who may believe in a lot of progressive tropes. But when a guy is caught red-handed, there's still be like. The guy's guilty, dude. I mean, red handed and to see the cover up upon the cover up of this could be that moment that none of us could predict that opens is beyond the singular event and just gets people to evaluate a world shit. Listen, I'm not gonna hold my breath. But this is how life works. It's just unexpected a guy we'd never heard of until two weeks ago. Steve you, and I never really heard of could open up the Pandora's box of thinking and logic that we desperately need the Chicago PD believed the motivation for this is that essentially he thought victimology would raise his profile to get a better salary and improve his. You know, his presence as star on the show. Why would he ever have this notion that let's take that? We don't know if that's true. But to mind scramble, Chicago police department are the ones that unravel this. So so far their track record on it seems to be pretty good. So let's let's just assume that's true. I'm trying to figure out there's any reason why he would think casting himself as a victim might do wonders for his career. And I I gotta be honest guys. I'm just totally mystified. Why he would you know, peruse American culture at any point. And come to the conclusion that that would work for him. Do you have any idea why he would think such a thing just never worked with proof of pay grants? Boy, crazy. Okay. But I just so you know, he makes sixty five thousand dollars an episode. So typical TV season series, especially for a show of that magnitude. Is twenty two twenty three episodes. Let's say it's twenty because it's a nice round number. He makes well over a million dollars a year. Aren't they the people asking us all the time hamlets money do at this? Do you need to make how much money do people really need? Why don't we tax the writ? Speaking of those moronic sentiments the clip Bernie Sanders from nineteen eighty eight. For those of you younger than Todd. And I I wanna put into context. The timing of these comments. Okay. In nineteen eighty eight the Soviet Union was literally falling apart. In a year, the the Soviet bloc would collapse and crumble nineteen Eighty-nine is when you would see the Berlin Wall. This would all go down in the first year year and a half of the George H W Bush presidency. In nineteen eighty eight. Ronald Reagan was strolling through the streets of Moscow, literally like a conquering hero has hoards of Soviet citizens. Came up to greet him in the streets. We were sending Ozzy Osbourne Vince, Neal motley Crue we were doing we were MTV was doing perestroika concerts in the Soviet Union for the youth and nineteen eighty eight the country was falling apart. They had nice chandelier. Steve. Yes, it was literally in the midst of collapse folks in the rooms the program. Yeah. Comprehensive more than we ever have on this in this country. The youth the only youth program they had left wise deaf leopards hysteria tour. Treat was falling apart identifying the best tasting tree bark..
Robomart to roll out driverless grocery store vehicles in Boston area this spring
"Your groceries could soon be delivered by self driving vehicle sopping shops, partnering with robo March bringing the service to the east coast for the first time the plans are for it to start later this year. And here's how it works using an apple customer will some of vehicle, and when that vehicle arrives the fake out the guidance they want their selections attract automatically when the car just leaves vehicles attract from me Romar facility. Throughout the trips. They'll be restocked with fresh products. The partial government shutdown could cost the economy. Billions Andy challenger is with the job placement firm Challenger, Gray and Christmas activating about sixty five thousand dollars per year is the average salary and toback comes out to about four point three billion pre-tax dollars. That are not being injected into the economy each month that the government shutdown laugh challenger says the other concern is that if it goes on too long, some of those workers might just decide not to come back and take other jobs. Instead there were about forty seven thousand federal employees in Massachusetts. Many of those have been furloughed coming up on WBZ from across the pond a confidence vote for the prime minister of Britain. It's the Boston RV camping expo MLK holiday weekend. January eighteen
UFC, Las Vegas And California discussed on KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens
"UFC fighters could take a hit from California's jock tax. Saturday's UFC two thirty two event has been moved from Las Vegas to L A because one of the headliners sailed a doping test and can't fight. Vada top UFC fighters could have to pay sixty five thousand dollars in tax on earnings that can top
South Lake Tahoe, Pacific Grove measures to limit vacation rentals winning
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. South Lake Tahoe Pacific grove measures to limit vacation rentals winning by Kathleen Pender from business to California. Tourist towns could be on the verge of banning vacation home rentals in residential neighborhoods. Valid measures to face how short term rentals are narrowly ahead in south Lake Tahoe and wellhead in Pacific grove both cities have seen a surge and Bakke shin rentals since the advent of do it yourself rental sites such as VR B O dot com and Airbnb those preliminary results stand in stark contrast to a similar measure in the resort community of Palm Springs which lost by a wide margin in June. In Pacific grove on the Monterey peninsula. Fifty eight point two percent of five thousand two hundred thirty three votes. Counted were in favor of measure m which would ban short term rentals of less than thirty days in residential areas outside the coastal zone and face out existing ones within eighteen months in south Lake Tahoe a measure to shutdown short term rentals outside the tourist core area. After three years is leading with fifty one point two percent of four thousand five hundred seventy seven votes cast that narrow one hundred thirteen vote margin could change when all vote by mail ballots. Are counted Eldorado county has up to thirty days to certify the election. The grassroots group that gathered enough signatures to place measure t on the ballot hasn't claimed victory. It's still pretty promising at this point said Peggy Borland a leader with Tahoe neighborhoods group almost fourteen hundred of south lake tahoe's, roughly eighteen hundred licensed vacation rentals are outside the. Tourist core measure Tepe passes, those fourteen hundred rentals could continue operating through twenty twenty one. But if they're sold or go out of business that permit could not go to someone else like it can now after three years any that remained could no longer operate short term rentals, although they could rant for more than thirty days at a time. One provisions of the measure would take effect ten days after results are certified and accepted by the city. It would reduce occupancy limits on short term rentals in residential areas. That could impact some existing reservations, although the south Lake Tahoe city attorney said last week that some enforcement discretion will have to be used in December south Lake Tahoe. Capped short term rentals in residential neighborhoods at fourteen hundred and implemented regulations and steep fines aimed at curbing noise and parking complaints. Borland said her group started an initiative campaign after failing to reach a compromise. With city council that would have said a lower cap on vacation rentals and required a minimum distance between. Lean them most vacation home couldn't vote on the measure because their primary residence is elsewhere. Although vacation homeowners could argue the measure would deprive them Bright's. They had when they purchased the property Boylan said those of us that bought our houses in residential neighborhoods. Have had the rules changed on us. I didn't buy my house in nineteen seventy five to be living next to a motel all three city council. Members who were up for reelection, including mayor, Wendy, David opposed measure, t and all three appear to have lost David said, she was saddened by the outcome and believed her loss was one of the unfortunate fallouts of measure t the three apparent winners. Also opposed measure t but were part of the council that set the rules and camps that supporters found inadequate David said, she knew the vote would be close because most people understood both sides of the issue. But once they got into the voting booth it probably came down to whether they felt short term rentals were disrupting their lives or crucial to their livelihoods. We are hopeful. That a compromise can be reached said Jerry Bendel general manager forced suites resort and director of the south Lake Tahoe launching association, which opposed measure t if the measure passes any changes would need voter approval. However, it's possible that the city could reach a compromise through zoning perhaps by expanding the tourist core area. He said asked what other tours towns could learn from this Bendall said every towns dynamic is a little bit different. They need to understand how short term rentals affect everything from housing shortages to tourism. And try your best to be proactive and come up with a balance before it comes to a vote that maybe nobody wanted. He said the lodging association of post measure, even though it could benefit some members who own hotels and motels because it couldn't predict the impact on tax revenues the economy and recreation center that's supposed to be funded with a tax on vacation rentals. Those are wildcards. We don't know what's going to happen. Bendall said adding that the mountain towns still welcomes. Tourists opponents of measure t raised three hundred sixty five thousand dollars compared with less than two thousand dollars by proponents.
4 U.S. football players detained in London over bill restitution
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"sixty five thousand dollars" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
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Defect so for, instance if someone had in the chain of, title it's discovered that before you bought, it that there was some type of an old lean that appeared or that was never, paid and it's not been released by the lien. Holder that would be an example of a, defect? Right, so and if that's not, expired according to the statute of, limitations you're gonna really wish you had title insurance in? Place, yeah that think I shared with. You amber that I had, a I have a client in Matthews who purchased a, home and then all of a sudden a Lien appeared pay. Cash for the house of, lean appeared from several years before he bought it from, Wells Fargo for sixty five thousand dollars Title insurance I bet he's glad he did whole I mean, you know it it just was a. You. Know. There's a real reason why you haven't. Absolutely okay so so let's just say I pay for that title. Insurance, but if I'm getting a mortgage if I look. At my statement when I buy the? 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Soccer headings may damage women's brains more
"W. w j news time three eleven this portion of news sponsored by Levy and associates, heading is a part of soccer but a new report finds women are more susceptible. To a head. Injury than men www health reporter Dr delights has more. The report in the online journal radiology finds that repeated soccer heading was five times more damaging for women's brains than for man's researchers used a type of MRI imaging for this study involving about fifty men and fifty women ranging in age from eighteen to fifty the exact reason as to why women are more sensitive to a. Head injury than men isn't, known. But there are some theories Dr Bruce. Silverman is. Neurologist with ascension providence are there genetic changes are genetic vulnerability to the female brain as compared to the brain of a male. That puts them at. Greater, risk more research is planned however the findings from this study May lead to gender specific recommendations when it, comes to soccer safety. From the delta dental health desk Dr Deanna lights w, w j NewsRadio nine fifty former u. a. w. vice president Jimmy settles is taking a, new job Detroit mayor Mike Duggan announcing this morning settles we'll be group executive for. Neighborhoods replacing Charlie. Beckham who's retiring the department of neighborhoods addresses concerns about. Blight illegal dumping and other city services Suttles retired earlier this year when new leadership was approved for the United Auto Workers union he had led the negotiations with Ford police sergeant in western Michigan says he was ridiculed on the job after a genetic tests showed he was part black has settled a lawsuit over his treatment for. Sixty five thousand dollars after, the. Ancestry dot com test hey scenes police. Sergeant Qiliang. Brown says he was subjected to racial taunts including someone placing a black Santa Claus figuring in his Christmas stocking at the police. Station officers whispering black. Lives, matter the agreement says Brown Will, be on paid administrative late administrative leave until October thirty first when he'll resign well coming up forty five minutes before the.
USC Study Finds Connection Between ADHD, Digital Media Usage Among Teens
"Electric vehicle to be phased out Dave Sullivan with auto Pacific Inc in Santa Ana tells connects, tesla is delaying production even further, on less expensive models thirty five. Thousand, dollar base model three would definitely not generate as much revenue as if you're or sixty five thousand dollar model three so they have. Delayed that model. Into the have reached a more sustainable manufacturing number more than four hundred thousand people are currently on a waiting list for a tesla model three Robarts your KNX ten seventy NewsRadio l. there's a, new reason to. Reign in your teenagers constant use of digital media, study shows a link between frequent digital activity and attention deficit disorder or some of the first evidence showing that. Frequent use of these new modern types of digital media associated with The occurrence of ADHD symptoms and team around ten percent of kids who are frequent users developed ADHD symptoms compared to about four and a half percent of, non frequent users and study author Adam Levin Paul tells can't these are serious symptoms extremely restless. Poor impulse control interrupting others and blurting out answers before thinking he's as part of the problem, is that parents sometimes set a bad example with their own frequent digital activity Brian paying KNX ten seventy NewsRadio It's seven twenty and, Toyota has about to. Revamp the Corolla Greg, Jarrett explains with your money news photo wants to dust off the.
Buyers worry they'll lose tax credit while waiting on Tesla
"Base pickup that's going, to be an exciting new product for the portfolio you know clearly a space that we don't play in today we. We have a long history of of pickup trucks within the lineup Jeep. Sales were up twenty two, percent in the first half of, this year with the core chronicles, I'm Jeff Gilbert some people. On the, waiting list, for a tesla model three may. Have to wait too long, to take advantage of a big federal tax credit last, week tesla Ails hit two hundred thousand. The point at which federal law requires the tax. Credit for a. Rechargeable electric vehicle to be phased out Dave Sullivan with auto Pacific. Inc in Santa Ana tells connects tesla is delaying production, even further on, less expensive models so the thirty five. Thousand dollar base model three would definitely not generate as. Much revenue as a fifty or, sixty five thousand dollar model three so. They have delayed that model until they have reached a more sustainable manufacturing number, more than four hundred. Thousand people are currently on a waiting list for a tesla. Model three, rob Archer KNX ten seventy NewsRadio it's five fifty..
"sixty five thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Not and i make sixty five thousand dollars a year i would say money market you can't you can't stand the risk okay you see the difference you could do either one you can do either one either go either way all in a money market or all in a mutual fund because you can handle the risk either way you're fine it's just what's gonna make you you know what's going to be fun but the point is i it's a ratio thing in your overall net worth because you've done such a great job well done millionaire another everyday millionaire calling in here on the air todd is whether it's in baton rouge louisiana hey todd how are you how you doing randi better than i deserve how can i help okay i've been listening to your program for a couple of years now and i've been doing very well i'm pretty much out of that i just saw my house i got about forty thousand dollars of equity my question is do i do with the equity why did you sign or house i need a bigger house i'll we've had a life had twins so we have two kids now we have kids in the house we needed a bedroom you said you're pretty much out of that what is pretty much maine i have a vehicle fifteen thousand dollars i want it but there's my question my question is what do i do with my equity after household income eighty okay can do what you wanna do you need to pay the truck off and put less down on the house which means you're going to be buying less house because i don't want you to take out more than a fifteen year loan or the payments more than a fourth of your take home pay you've probably heard me say that or you sell the truck more down on the house because house and more important than the truck this is main vehicle so telling about something cast like like i don't but yeah i do that what's more important i mean it's up to you put more down on the house or driving that truck it's up to you but i mean you're trying to move up in house and with forty thousand dollars down in baton rouge you can get a pretty decent house eighty thousand dollar income you can get a decent house on a fifteen year fixed rate or the payment is no more than a.
Maryland voter registration vendor financed by Russian oligarch
"Am six thirty washington small wma i'm james stanley so big changes coming for some retirees governor larry hogan announced in a joint statement with presiding officers of the general assembly on prescription drug helpful retired state employees this came in response to state pension reform lawmakers approved in two thousand eleven as part of that retired state employees eligible for medicare will be moving from the states prescription drug program to the federal medicare part d program in january i'm lee graham on one zero five point nine fm and am six thirty washington small wma al to maryland officials say fbi officials have told them that a computer software company that maintains part of the state's election boards voter registration platform was bought by a russian investor in two thousand fifteen without the knowledge of state officials miller and bush say while the fbi didn't indicate that there was a breach they were concerned enough to ask the state's ag to review the existing contractual obligation of the state maryland officials may be announcement just hours after the justice department released a grand jury indictment against a dozen russian military intelligence officers for computer hacking offenses during the two thousand sixteen election in an effort to help then candidate donald trump miriam bowser has issued a first ever veto rejecting legislation that would allow high school seniors absent for more than six weeks of class to still graduate the washington post quotes browser as saying wednesday at the bill undermines the city's effort to promote attendance in schools the dc council pass the legislation a dozen to one in june public disclosure forms show supreme court nominee brett cavanaugh is not as wealthy as many justices who already said on the high court documents from two thousand seventeen show the federal judge has a retirement account balance of about a half a million dollars in other investments of about sixty five thousand dollars about fifteen grand on a loan and the equity of his home in chevy chase maryland that's a little more than a million dollars total wealth wma all traffic now from the carpet cleaning traffic center checking the roads this morning that's construction on the beltway loop but connecticut avenue two left lanes getting by that work zone virginia three ninety five out northbound right before shirley to the circle two left lanes blocked right lanes are moving through and some delays on sixty six westbound just past leesburg pike only one far right lane gets by that construction now from garage door repair dot com.
UAW official's widow gets 18-month jail sentence in bribery case
"W w tate newsradio nine fifty monroe man in court this afternoon after stabbing a female acquaintance w w j newsradio nine fifteen ingrid kelly joins us now live and local with the details ingrid well good afternoon christian gardner is scheduled to be arraigned this afternoon police say stabbed a woman inside in northville township home yesterday when police arrived they found her bleeding from in the stomach that's when gardner was arrested now gardner is facing several charges including assault with intent to murder and domestic violence second offense police say the victim was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment the incident remains under investigation reporting live ingrid kelly ww j newsradio nine fifty wwe news time three thirty three the widow of former uaw vice president general holyfield is sentenced to eighteen months in prison after pleading guilty to attacks charge in connection to a fiat chrysler uaw bribery kickbacks scheme ww j newsradio nine fifties john hewitt was in federal court and joins us live and local with the latest good afternoon john hi broken addition to that prison sentence one hundred ninety thousand dollars in restitution was also ordered that sentence handed down to monica morgan in connection with her guilty plea of filing false tax returns as part of that deal a charge of conspiracy to defraud that was against her was dropped the scandal involved the alleged misuse of four and a half million dollars meant to train fiat chrysler employees morgan and her late husband you referenced uaw vice president general holyfield were accused of using some of those funds to pay off the mortgage on their harrison township home take lavish trips and at one point prosecutors say withdraw up to sixty five thousand dollars in cash she and her husband were also accused of allegedly funneling hundreds of thousands of dollars through a fake hospice charity the fifty five year old morgan delivered tonight declined that is to speak at her sentencing today she also left district court without comment she is free pending a schedule report from the us bureau of prisons reporting live and local in detroit john hewitt w w j newsradio nine fifty president trump raising eyebrows on a uk visit that also saw massive demonstrations against him barker in london president trump was kept miles away from the protests with a working lunch at the prime ministerial country home followed by tea with the queen not in london's buckingham palace windsor castle thirty five miles away taking those pains may have paid off mr trump and prime minister theresa may announcing plans for the very free trade agreement she was hoping this visit would yield cbs news correspondent vicki barker trade war concerns are impacting american shoppers remained fairly upbeat but trade tensions are chipping away at that feeling the university of michigan's preliminary consumer sentiment report for july is close to the twelve month average but it slipped to a six month whoa morgan stanley wealth adviser jeff trump says the job market continues to drive the optimism one of the first times that jobs available are greater than the number of folks unemployed worries however are growing over the trade war with negative concerns on the tariffs rising from twenty one percent in june two thirty eight percent in july net cbs news business reporter jason brooks nissan's recalling nearly one hundred five thousand small cars to replace takata passenger airbag inflators that could explode hurled shrapnel drivers and passengers included the twenty eleven versus sedan twenty eleven and twenty twelve versa hatchback only applies to cars that have been registered in forty two states in washington dc part of a coordinated phase.
"sixty five thousand dollars" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"And royer of ophthalmology associates and again look at the judge kavanagh's recent financial disclosures he has between fifteen and sixty five thousand dollars in reportable assets now that does not include his home worth about five hundred thousand dollars got about that in equity in about a half a million dollars in his retirement account so that's still got about a million dollars right now in net worth which is not a lot for someone of his stature just kind of interesting well guess making money was not first and foremost for judge brad kavanagh hi rick you're on camera ex hey good morning hey i really enjoyed major garrett i i like him i do too he's outstanding regarding the nato situation kind of like the pot calling the kettle black hair because on the one hand mr trump is able to condemn them for that yes imports at the same time he's denying any russian in your interest interference in our own elections you know i just think we need a style that builds trust and integrity with our national leaders and the communication style in one real quick when economic recovery business journal had a fantastic one pager on the nine year trend line of economic growth and job growth in the united states and it started in two thousand nine it's been steady ever since then so presidency would occur during that time did a great deal to help provide for the foundation that we were able to take a tax cut in two thousand eighteen well you bring us some great points here but i do i think i might quibble with one point i don't think the president has denied that there is any russian meddling in the campaign he's denying that he colluded with russia why shouldn't you may be right on that distinction by sure have never heard him say it yeah yeah you can't find that i think that that's kind of acknowledged in intelligence circles and in the white house that there was a rush involvement now the question was at putin putin says no it was it was not sponsored by the state and in fact that's what john bolton also seems to indicate as well that he had john bolton what what is his new title national security adviser he met with either putin or putin aid and they told him you know it happened even russia acknowledges it happened they said they just say it wasn't statesponsored and that was actually pretty good interview by margaret brennan with john bolton not last sunday but the sunday before out check that one all right you're the best thanks a lot for the call four three six seven nine hundred and eight hundred nine to five eleven twenty here's what's coming up on.
"sixty five thousand dollars" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Recent financial disclosure forms reveal assets between fifteen and sixty five thousand dollars which would put him at the bottom of the financial ranking of justices most of whom list well over a million dollars in assets the value of residences he is not subject to disclosure i you know part of me that feels sorry for cavanaugh i mean you know he knew what his financial situation was i would assume that the trump administration did as well because this is all i would assume pretty basic stuff you know the guy went out and bought some baseball tickets i to me this is not a big deal and why some of the other justices cavenaugh has worked more than two decades in the public sector and his not build wealth as a private lawyer all right so you know what what he's been doing is he's been working for the people and not as a private attorney and that means that he was making a set amount of money as opposed to just racking up all of those hours and all of those billable hours let's face it this is a guy who has one heck of an attorney and so he could have made a yeah i think it's actually now that i'm you know reading this and i'm just kind of spitballing here but you know this is a guy who was serving the public as opposed to raking in the big bucks is a is a private attorney he was doing his civic duty that's one way to look at it i guess judge cavanaugh they say is a brilliant jurist who has dedicated his life to public service according to russia in two thousand sixteen cavenaugh reported having between sixty and two hundred thousand dollars in debt accrued over three credit cards and a personal loan lots a lot of money each credit card held between fifteen and fifty thousand dollars in debt a.
"sixty five thousand dollars" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Valley is nine hundred sixty five thousand dollars she sh pricey little suburb man five minutes of the city like a foster foster ceo because that's useless edward short sorry some guys were asked let's see here a new survey found that more than fifteen hundred guys whose wives had cheated on them they ask them do you still love your wife she's just cheated on you do you still love her yes over seventy percent said yes you can't just stop loving you can no no on off switch vinnie well so then there you go ladies cheat away because he's still gonna love you have a good time thumbs up that come on okay i can't i can't can't baby never did oh john is a status symbol we forgot guy john okay i've got one for you help out in underground wine cellar guarded by ninjas sounds like you live in mill valley john no way man that's a napa thing oh is it waking up the bay area sarah many ninety seven three we've not yet house noel how gracie greatness as you said house nicole nicole equal equal now they don't sell how oh this is really oh so okay so the soundtrack to your summer alison ninety seven three thank you good off were seen body stopping fall to the ground for.
Term Sheet -- Wednesday, June 20
"The kcbs super micro intel money desk susan home sales slipped in may for the second straight month the national association of realtors says sales of previously owned homes dipped four tenths of a percent from the prior month and we're down three percent from year earlier borrowing from led zeppelin the song remains the same for the housing market with week supplies and rising prices cramping sales praises in may were up nearly five percent from earlier to nearly two hundred sixty five thousand dollars the association says that first time buyers made up thirty one percent of may sales down from april and well below the long term average of forty percent another bad day for bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies after yet another hack of a digital coin exchange south korea based bit tham was hacked for about thirty two million dollars worth of ripple one of the bigger cryptos this comes on top of last week's hack of fellow south korean exchange coin rail totaling forty million dollars worth of smaller cryptos safety and potential regulations have dampened enthusiasm for cryptos.
Bella Thorne Reveals She Made So Much Money From Paid Social Media Posts She Bought a Mansion
"Yeah it is it's not he's not a one note hanford right there you go he has a broad here's a range he is amazing he's a handful artist with what we'll experience some of his other classics as we go through the show today just to give you a little delight moment that's not a word but whatever moving on here's what we have for you door number three we're moving on to actress bella thorne so she was profiled in a video for vogue dot com in the magazine vogue dot com in the video is called inside the life of bella thorne and we we learned a lot about bella thorne and one of the things we learn about her is she is rach all because of instagram so let's let bella thorne talk about getting return instagram in her own words for grid posting sixty five grand post grad for story posting it anywhere from ten to twenty k and first nap shot is the same as insist story instagram is one hundred percent a job to me i started out eighteen who have literally two hundred dollars in my bank account and i bought this house a year later year and a half as all from social media that is insane that is insane so if you didn't quite hear that bella graham she said that for each sponsored posts that she doesn't instagram she makes sixty five thousand dollars amazing i sponsored instagram stories instagram stories the thing that you put up in it expires in twenty four hours she gets paid ten to twenty thousand dollars and that's the same fee she gets for snapchat so she said that when she was eighteen years old she was totally broke at two hundred dollars in the bank and now as a twenty year old she just bought her own house in los angeles that is insane and now i'm on her instagram and i will say she's got a very active instagram she's not my cup of tea not really she's a little young for me and a little she i'm not her audience anyway so it doesn't matter a surprise that she's able to charge that much just for product placement.
"sixty five thousand dollars" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Okay i mean you he may end up in a nursing home a you all may be funding some of that or you may have to pay for some in home care to come care for him or you may sell the house and move them in with one of you all but they can definitely make it on sixty five thousand and it's just a horrid shame that your sisters and her husband are brooke and that no one was willing to put them in where they belong in jail but that's just gone that's water under the bridge now you can't live in that anger because no one was willing to do anything about it at the time the people that were necessary to sign the arrest warrants were not willing to sign the arrest warrants and understand that i mean it's heartbreaking for your own kid be a crook i get that or your own sister to be a crook i get that but that's all in the past now we're down to pretty simply to opie people one with dementia the make fifty sixty five thousand dollars a year income they have sixty five thousand dollar mortgage on three hundred thousand dollar house that's it and so you've either got downsized them in house and get rid of the mortgage and then they can afford to bring in help in that situation to take care of him or we've gotta find different living arrangements for him if he is unable to care for himself and that's the process you go through but i'm sorry what a horrible horrible thing that you guys have been through and i don't blame you for being angry but i will tell you this i i would suggest 'cause it's done it's done it's over i mean i wouldn't be in the same room with her.
"sixty five thousand dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Sixty five thousand dollar reward remains for any information leading to an arrest after those deadly bombs city councilman chris sale box says he doesn't believe there are enough votes to agree to fire city manager harry black or to accept a two year buyout that statement tuesday evening after competing statements between black and mayor john cranley were released cranley announced that there was a deal in principle for black to step down then black announced that there are talks going on but nothing's finalized just yet last week emails and text messages leaked to the enquirer had black claiming there was corruption in the police department and then assistant chief dave bailey was forced out after he posted a letter online critical of harry black more is expected to develop on wednesday when council has its regular meeting jack crumley news radio seven hundred wwl w firefighters were sent to the three thousand block of odin today after smoke was coming from a nearby by house once on scene it took fire crews about twenty five minutes put out that fire smoke detectors did alert occupants to kate the the house no injuries reported as the cause of the fire remains under investigation damage estimated at about sixty thousand dollars hbo's game of thrones has started filming the shows last season abc news with some hints as to what to expect winter is coming don't expect the final season of game of thrones to go quietly into that good night abo exact brand chaska or speaking at a conference in jerusalem indicating the possible demise of characters on the show describing a table reading of the last episodes with cast members one by one they started falling down to their deaths she also described the reading as amazing the actors with tears in their eyes so who makes it out of the.
"sixty five thousand dollars" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"You know that one thousand dollars and baby steps to them we go after the debt and guess what you to at a combined sixty five thousand dollars if you make some sacrifices and you get some and you get the side hustle gone unpaid you pay that sixteen thousand dollars often very quick and then think about what it would be like linda to come home and you got a good gig and you've your debt free and you got an emergency fund union husband go to bed every night in you dislike man this is great we don't have to stress out about the washing machine gone out okay lie and now you're stack and money up because the mercy fundis fullyfunded but now that side hustle is stacking up and here's number two number one is all the financial benefits number two your fuelling your passion it's like putting the eirigh would on top the fire and someone walked on just constantly blow in underneath there and blow in those kohl's in the fire stay stoked and that's what you need to do okay and that's the pass it right that's the path forward now it's on it's brace in its actual application you're doing on the side the very work at eu venturing wanna do fulltime as that side business grows and as you keep stack and money up at a mercy fun you get that a mercy phone fullyfunded now you could start putting money back into your side business and all of a sudden you might have six months of operating expenses in your side business.
"sixty five thousand dollars" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"You're saving yourself sixty five thousand dollars every time you make that that decision you know so really um deterring what is really important to you um i think for most people it's time and freedom and it's less material things you know um you know at the end of our lives we don't say like hey look at all this the stockpiles a cache of that i stocked up and look at all the stuff i have it's like not look at all the relationships in the things i've done in the experiences i had with the people i loved that really matter and so i think that's the thing that left a wrestled with his what what do you want the early retirements look like in in how much is that gonna cost you then really being willing to take the next steps to say okay this is what i'm gonna do to make this possible so as we wrap up our conversation um you have a lot of stories on your website about peace people who have successfully retired early that always helps when there's a road map of others who have gone before you so tell us your favorite story from those successes well one of my favorite germany pete and his wife they retired at thirty four uh and they they did it very i i'd say traditionally but let's just say fasttracked rate so they they they made six figures between him they're doing come no kids so uh this strategy has just for them but is it what was iit opening was they retired at thirty four so literally for about eight to nine years they said we're gonna live on 25 grand a year and for some people that sounds crazy but if you look at how they live now it's totally different but the reality is they lived in 25 grand for that period of time they stop the way the rest into the stock market they literally invested in one index one and they able to retired he's 34 um in the cooking along the way is he created a kind of a um i say like a culture of what they call the fire movement it's financial independence retired early a people that say hey you don't have to settle for cultural norms in what everybody else is doing like here is a clear passed that is very simple of live.
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"Sixty five thousand dollars every time you make that that decision you know so really um just is turning what is really important to you um i think for most people it's time and freedom and it's less material things you know um you know at the end of our lives we don't say late they look at all this the stockpiles a of that i i sucked up and look at all the stuff i have it's like not look at all the relationships in the things i've done in the experiences i had with the people i love that really matter and so i think that's the thing that left a the vessel is what what do you want the early retirements look like and how much is that gonna cost you and then really being willing to take the next steps to say okay this is what i'm going to do to make this possible so as we wrap up our conversation um eu let a lot of stories on your website about people who have successfully retired early you know that always helps when there's a road map of others who have gone before you to tell us your favorite story from those successes well one my favorite germany pete and his wife they retired at thirty four uh and they did it very i i see traditionally but let's just say fasttracked rate so they they they made six figures between them they're doing come no kids so uh this strategy has just for them but it it was iit opening was they retired at thirty four so literally for about eight to nine years they said we're gonna live on 25 grand a year and some people that sounds crazy but if you look at how they live now it's is totally different but the reality is we don't 25 grand for that period of time they stop the way the rest into the stock market they literally invested in one index slowing and they able to retired he's thirty four um in the cool thing along the way is he created uh kind of a um i feel like a culture of what they call the fire we've been is financial independence retired early a people that say hey you don't have to settle for cultural norms and what everybody else is doing here is a clear path that is very simple of live.
"sixty five thousand dollars" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"You're saving yourself sixty five thousand dollars every time you make that that decision you know so really um it's a turning what is really important to you um i think for most people it's time and freedom and it's less material things you know um you know at the end of our lives we don't say like hey look at all this the stockpiles to cached by stocked up and look at all the stuff i have it's like no look at all the relationships in the things i've done in the experiences i had with the people i love that really matter and so i think that's the thing that left a wrestling with his what what do you want the early retirements look like an and how much is that gonna cost you and then really being willing to take the next steps to say okay this is what i'm going to do to make this possible so as we wrap up our conversation um you have a lot of stories on your website about peace who have successfully retired early you know that always helps when there's a road map of others who have gone before you so tell us your favorite story from those successes well one of my favorite german pete and his wife they retired at thirty four um and they did it very i i'd say traditionally but let's just say fasttracked rate so they they they made six figures between in they're doing come no kids so uh this strategy has just for them but it it was iit opening was they retired at thirty four so literally for about eight to nine years they said we're gonna live on 25 grand a year and for some people that sounds crazy but if you look at how they live now it's totally different but the reality is that they might not 25 grand for that period of time they stop the way the rest into the stock market they literally invested in one index fun and they were able to retired he's 34 um in the cooking along the way is he created a kind of a um i say like a culture of what they call the fire movement it's financial independence retired early a people that say hey you don't have to settle for cultural norms in what everybody else is doing like here is a clear passed that is very simple of live.
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"Yourself sixty five thousand dollars every time you make that that decision you know so really um to turning what is really important to you um i think for most people it's time in freedom and it's less material things you know um you don't want to end of our lives we don't say like hey look at all this the stockpile to cash their that by stocked up and look at all the stuff i have it's like no look at all the relationships in the things i've done in the experiences i had with the people i loved that really matter and so i think that's the thing that left a wrestling with his what what do you want to early retirements look like an in how much is that gonna cost you and then really being willing to take the next steps to say okay this is what i'm going to do to make this possible so as we wrap up our conversation you have a lot at stories on your website about peace people who have successfully retired early that always helps when there's a road map of others who have gone before you to tell us your favorite story from those successes well one way favored german and pete and his wife they retired at thirty four and they they did it very i i'd say traditionally but let's just say fasttracked right so they they they made six figures between them they're doing come no kids so this strategy has just for them but is it what was iit opening was they retired at thirty four so literally for about eight to nine years they said we're gonna live on 25 grand a year and for some people that sounds crazy but if you look at how they live now it's totally different but the reality is that they would not 25 grand for that period of time they stopped the way the rest into the stock market they literally invested in one index one and they were able to retired he's 34 um in the cooking along the way is he created a kind of a um i say like a culture of what they call the fire movement its financial independence retired early a people that say hey you don't have to settle for cultural more in what everybody else is doing like here is a clear passed that is very simple of live.