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A Rave Review For Skyn's Iceland Arctic Repair Cream
"I'm gonna kick the episode off with the product recommendation. I'm going rowing the skin. Iceland arctic repair cream. I have been blowing minorities like a crazy person. And i discovered these in my at home. Pd covid yes. I have an home. Pd cup of deer and these cream. He's so good so it's for stressed skin. My nose has been stressed. It is sixty four dollars from mecca. I'm really sorry but it's fantastic. If you've got dry cudi cools dry elbows. Is it like a bomb. It's like a seek top. It says it's a face and body cream so you could use it everywhere. I've just been using it in my cracks. All of that. It is just beautiful and so naro shing so sorry to hijack pd news with product recommendation. Straight up but you can hear from my voice. I don't sound great. It needed to be done it to be
Giorgio Armani's Luminous Silk Glow Fusion Powder
"We're talking about the giorgio armani beauty luminous glow fusion powder. It is sixty four dollars. Us and it's eighty two dollars in canada. There are ten shades. And this came out back in april so jill. I'm going to show it to you. Here it's beautiful compact and it's kind of gotten a revamped. Am they do it right. they do it right. I'm sorry it's like you. You know own words hop and it's like yeah that low go It's got a little wave prints outer then you open it up and you've got this little mini a rush that you can use to apply it so the reason why we're kind of joking around is because gills rider die foundation that she's talked about many many times on the show is of course. The armani luminous soak foundation which we know is in the makeup bags of so many professional. Makeup artists are the world and has been for like. I think it's twenty years since it originally came out or something like that. It's a cult favourite. I was excited. Should try the new glow fusion powder. I just want to clarify that. There was an existing luminous silk powder so this new one is replacing what has now been discontinued. Okay yeah so. I had to get that kind of clarified by the pr. And what's interesting. Is that the original luminous soak powder was a demi matte finish while this one is a glowing finished so quite the opposite so it's got that luminous we've got that luminous word back back in effect with this product that sounds like that's right and i think some of the original users are maybe not so happy judging by the reviews but for myself as a first time user. I really fell in love with this
The Roblox Debut
"Is out the door. Robots closed its first day of trading as a public company at sixty nine dollars. Fifty cents valuing the company at thirty eight point two six billion dollars quoting cnbc. Shares began trading at sixty four dollars. Fifty cents which represented a forty three percent increase from a private financing round just in january when the company sold shares for forty five dollars the reference price on tuesday of forty five dollars though no stock changed hands at those levels. The reference price tends to reflect private market trading and does not indicate where a stock will open road blocks hits the market coming off an explosive year of growth primarily from kids who were stuck at home because covid nineteen forced schools to close and sports leagues to shutdown within roadblocks which is one of the top grossing apps on apple and google devices users create. Avatars that they can move between the millions of games on the service navigating theme parks adopting virtual pets and fighting enemies with their friends. Revenue last year jumped eighty two percent to nine hundred and twenty three point. Nine million dollars still relaxes. Net loss widened to two hundred and fifty three point. Three million dollars from seventy one million dollars in two thousand nineteen as the company almost triple. The amount of money paid to develop through its revenue sharing program more than twelve hundred and fifty developers made at least ten thousand dollars last year through virtual sales in their roadblocks games and quote. Now i've said before that in the universe of unicorns among the companies investors. I'm friendly with our most. Enthused about roadblock has been at the top of that list the yardstick i'm using here to measure the level of investor. Excitement is basically when i hear investors. Say something like damn it. I wish i had gotten in early on that company. Roadblocks has been the name most mentioned in that context for about a year. Now the other one by the way is stripe which people have foam mode on forever but over the last year the frenzy around fintech has reached a fever. pitch so stripe has become the company. Everyone's still wishes they were in on early or still wants to get in on now if they can anyway back to roadblocks. You don't have to take my word for it in terms of people's excitement around this company. Here's ben thompson describing how by bringing disparate parts of gaming into one place. Roadblocks is basically created the conditions for interlocking feedback loops. That are very exciting. Quote by controlling. Everything roadblocks can bring all of the disparate parts of gaming into one place instead of one app for social interactions another app for purchases and a different app for every different game. Everything is all in the same place. This also makes roadblocks easier to develop for by constraining graphics to a consistent toolbox. It's very easy to build something new. This creates the conditions for the interlocking feedback loops that characterize transformational products by reducing the prominence and feature set of games. Roadblocks made it possible to create something. Bigger a micro verse. This actually fits the pattern of other transformational products. The feed for instance relies on reducing all types of content from post to photos to links to the same format such that they can all be incorporated into a greater whole. It's a reason why. I think that clubhouse being all audio actually gives it an advantage relative to twitter. That leaves more room for user entrepreneurship. Both in the kinds of rooms created and also norms around behavior twitter realize the same benefits relative to blogs with its one hundred forty character constraint. Similarly roadblocks games aren't really competitive with non roadblocks games. They're worse in any sort of traditional sense because the things that make them better are the parts that are enabled by imposing constraints and quote.
Is Bitcoin About To Fall?
"So when it comes to bitcoin veil of the well look yesterday. I didn't do much sooner. Bit up to down but at all looking walk it might be a little bit confused now. Don't forget that we've been looking at what i've been looking at It has been. There's four hour consolidations. Because what bitcoin has been doing on the dailies. Just kinda climbing. Whether it does it fossil slow it's been clogging but has gone through periods in the four hour focused on trend and we've got another little starting at the moment whether it will continue up. Just don't know that if we if we consider the move that we had back through twelfth Around that period until about the eighteenth oversaw advise. Then we ran off from what bet. Twelve or eleven. Sorry up to the high was sort of thirteen seven then threat that period we consolidated from you know end of october november all the way through to more or less twenty. It's starting of the full of november. And then we ran up for. Ma was at roughly fourteen thousand to sixteen thousand and then we ground higher again. You know we went from fifteen to eighteen and now it's sort of not consolidation period guy so there is somewhat of a a bit of consistency in the white moving. It's not pulling back. Not pulling really daily will start. Hasn't for a couple of wake so the as we extend ourselves highlight do continue to say that there is a likelihood of probability that we will pull back. It's just what normal markets do in the healthy. It's a natural back and a kind of looking forward to it in a way. Because that's what i tried from your name pullbacks to be able to get me to try so just keeping it on at the moment. Obviously the way we had a very strong run this waking guy up eleven percent of very very big move. We are very extended. Pullback fourteen would be very welcomed and you might think. Jeez that's a big full. Look at the moves that we've had him and we've gone from the cradle. Tried backwards ten five with moved over. Eight thousand sorry. Yeah thousand dollars in the spice of a couple of months. So it's been a doozy of a move. So i just signed time be loaded if we do see a pullback seven thousand nine hundred sixty four dollars brought now point to of on the day yesterday up only point to one
It's Our Holiday Gift Guide
"Okay gel so. I think we better start with a nod ben calendar. I mean. it's the most classical gift you could give somebody. I mean i just love this trend that started probably like five six years ago but the beauty advent calendar. So there's so many out there. I just want to highlight one. Though that i think is really good value for your money and that is from the body shop. It's the make it real together advent calendar. Sixty-nine dollars in it's worth one hundred and thirty seven dollars on the outside. It looks like a house like an a frame house in it's purple kind of cardboard packaging. So i like that because it's actually paper so at the end you can recycle it. It's not going to be a ton of waste very beautiful illustrations on the inside and there are twenty four. Little doors that are filled with mini goodies. Yes so i like that you get the full twenty four door experience. Spot is on a lot of bulk and it's not a lot of waste. Yeah so you get everything in there from their lip. Bader is to scented lotions handcream. Shower gels body scrubs. And i like the little extras that they've done. They have a festive nail file. They have hairclips. They have a bath. Lilly in there and bath gloves so these are just like the little things that are like. Oh yeah. I do need a new house. And they've included them in this particular thing so i think it's great bang for your buck and we're spending so much time at home might as well have something to open every day while you have your coffee. Yeah hell yod surprise and delight me every day. You know but. I love the body shop around the holidays because it's great for all ages. It's just so giftable and it doesn't break the bank. So i think that was a grapevine gel. Now i'm really excited to tell everybody about my fine from sephora like i said i crunched all the numbers i put my lake analytics hat on and the winner was the first aid beauty. All that fab five piece holiday sat so this is forty nine dollars. Us with a hundred and twenty seven dollar values. So they're seventy eight dollars in savings. So i know that's a lot of numbers. I just threw out you but basically you're saving more than what you paid for the box. So that's pretty aussie. That's awesome math. It's going to be sixty four dollars. Canadian with hundred and sixty seven dollar value. One thing that i really like about this five piece set is that four out of the five pieces are full-sized. They're not just many. So that's great because you hear a great value. You think it's just going to be the travel size and then has every step of your routine as well. So it's got a cleanser moisturizer cream lip product and exfoliating toning pads. So it really. Has you like completely taken care of all season long. And i'm a fan of i aid beauty anyway because it's great for sensitive skin you know. They don't add a lot of the product. It's been dermatologist tested. I think even if you don't have sensitive skin going into the winter you need that like bare your repair and they have all of these ingredients. That are going to help with that. They've got glycerin to hydrate. Nyah cinema. that's going to help with texture and tone as well colloidal oatmeal. That's going to help to soothe irritated skin and then in the exfoliating toning pads at scott. Aj's going to give you that gentle expoliation. This is a kit. That's great for all genders. All ages all skin types. You know it's just basically like soothing. Brightening doing everything you could ask for mainly hydration so this is a win for me joe. Yeah and no hate no shade to first aid beauty. They're not necessarily sexy looking packaging or products. But they've dressed them up right on this package. I have it right here too. So kind of like an art deco vibe on the front of it is really fun. Ads like silver and gold and black with celestial stuff on it. I mean anybody wanna open this for the holiday awesome levitt. If you guys are on a budget you know when you're not willing to pay the the triple figure price tag. I know you found a kit that was like sitting right around twenty five dollars with some products that we also love right. Yes so this is from bioscience. It's their lives glow kit. It's twenty five. Us dollars with a sixty two dollar value. That's thirty three canadian. Seventy nine canadian value so this includes two products. The scaling and lactic acid resurfacing nights serum plus the scaling and vitamin c rose oil. These are both like smaller. They're not full sized. Get the full experience using these products and for me that squealing and lactic acid. Resurfacing night serum. It's one of my favorite products. I've tried in all of two thousand twenty and the reason is you put it on before you go to bed. You wake up. You're so glowing. It's insane you get those instant results. But there's no irritation and then the vitamin c rose. Oil smells amazing. And it's not greasy at all and it really. I think is a great product to use in tandem with that exfoliating. Yeah i love a face oil. When i'm using heavy duty exfoliating because my skin just got so dry and it just feels like It needs that like give me that oil. After you know so i love this little combo. It even has the gift box like you. Just write. someone's name on the top. You don't even need to give perfect perfect. Yeah love
How Uber Makes And Loses
"Welcome back past Monday check shares of Uber cruising higher. Today on the back of some comments from the company's CEO let's get to Deirdre boasts with details depot. The level he said this morning that recovering rides is being led by Asia while US volumes they remain down. You also commented on the worker classification battle in California on the plus side, Uber is starting to figure out what its business could look like if they lose that November third ballot measure prop twenty two, and if they have to reclassify drivers as employees caused by said, the prices for consumers. They would increase by twenty five to one hundred percent though the size and scale of its business will be what he calls a big question mark in California so that backs away from the notion that Uber could lead the state entirely if it doesn't go their way but guys on the other hand, such a move changes. Uber's entire business model and could also set the tone for other states considering similar. Legislation in turn making Uber Look less like a tech upstart more like delivery or taxi company when Uber was valued at seventy, six, billion dollars in private markets just a few years ago. It was considered a disruptor with big ambitions at freight and autonomous driving among other moon shots. CEO Derek shot he though he has since taken a different tack scaling back on those ambitions and considering a new regulatory. Landscape which guys would have been unthinkable in the Travis Kalanick's era its market cap. Now around sixty four dollars may reflect that shift back
"sixty four dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Not you can get a one hundred sixty four dollar fine and three points on your licence gene Wexler news ninety six point five W. DPO it was it is it seems a lot of police enforcement they keep them secret so that they can rack up more tickets but in this case the best foot forward campaign they've been very public can in publicizing these so you've got plenty of warning you've been warned to to slow down and to stop for people in crosswalks it's eight forty nine on Orlando's morning news weather brought to you by pro Teck air conditioning and plumbing services all right our chief meteorologist Tom Terry joins us hello Tom warmer temperatures Joe and we're also with high pressure building in the golf going to dry things out and we're gonna keep only a slight chance for showers again today and the late afternoon and early evening otherwise temperatures take a nice bounce will be in the low eighties today back into the low sixties overnight tonight under mostly fair skies low to mid eighties tomorrow mid to upper eighties Friday about a two degree warm up here each day heading toward the end of the week and then the forecast models show a high pressure building nearby in our backyard in the Gulf and that's going to keep temperatures steadily warming up will be around eighty seven eighty eight Saturday and staying in the upper eighties from Sunday through the start of next week the extended five day forecast four times an hour from channel nine I'm chief meteorologist Tom Terry Tom just got this announcement from the angle of Merkel the prime minister of Germany she says most people in Germany will get the corona virus up to seventy percent of our country's population she expects to get the crown of seventy percent of Germany it's got a contract to the corona virus that according to Angela Merkel their prime minister holy smokes there is now a cloudy and sixty three at Orlando's severe weather station say touch Gerrity triple team traffic stop traffic up Turner wanted to brown is going to be slow I. forty eastbound twenty seven to five thirty two logical parkway to buy thirty six me too approach report thirty four what about getting better slowing at four thirty six base with the colonial and it'll be easy I'm Aaron brown in there once stood a few minutes of slowdowns on the turnpike northbound just after four seventeen also crash on Oakridge road and orange.
Walmart's New $64 Tablet Is Actually Pretty Good
"So let's talk now about Walmart sixty four dollar tablet you intrigue me with this earlier this week and I gotta say my I immediately was like are at the sixty four dollar Walmart tablet please here's here's what happens during the holidays people buy super cheap tablets that are on sale during Black Friday and throughout the holiday season these things are loss leaders they bring people into stores the stores have Munsell for fifty dollars forty dollars thirty dollars and they're all pretty much garbage so I'm actually happy that Walmart has made a tablet that sixty four dollars it's not the best tablet in the world this is not going to take on the iPad but it's a perfectly acceptable tablet if all you want to do is surf the web watch videos on Netflix on YouTube you want email keep in touch with friends and family this thing is gonna be perfect for all of those uses one sixty four dollars and runs the latest version of android and the difference between this tablets a lot of people are like well rich I could just get the one from Amazon the fire tablet yes you can the difference is Amazon's tablet does not give you access to basic Google services like the Google play store if you want to install new apps or things like Google photos or even a you tube app all not available on the fire without some smart she got to be able to what's called side load those which the average person is really not going to figure out how to do but this one does and it's just sixty four by sixty four Bucks believe me don't don't get this thing in and be like rich this is not fast it's not it is not the fastest travel in the world it doesn't have the best screen but again sixty four dollars that's a fifth of the price of the iPad you know and I'm thinking to what when I get this for kids I mean I know like my nephews who are five and three they are they all three of the boys have iPads and I'm thinking Hey all my god my what was my brother thinking giving them such expensive little toys giving them a sixty four dollar tablet I'm okay with if they're doing just basic stuff the find now this is what this was created by Walmart under their own house brand which is called on and and and there's two sizes by the way there's a an eight inch and attendance the ten inches only seven nine Bucks well that's great Walmart I think they did a good thing here by making this because they're gonna sell a lot of the specially during the
Oil Prices Surge to 6-Month High as US Gets Tough on Iran Embargo
"Oil prices surging EDNA reports the US will announce the end of waivers countries to import Iranian oil as part of a bid by the Trump ministration, the push Iran's exports zero as traders return from it. The long holiday weekend was Texas intermediate crude for may delivery, surging dollar and fifty cents this sixty five dollars and fifty cents a barrel on this past Thursday. The US benchmark west Texas intermediate crude for may delivery rose zero point four percent sixty four dollars a barrel only Birkenau exchange west Texas, oil prices rising zero point two percent last week which marked the seventh street weekly gained the longest winning streaks in a seven week rise in if they were a twenty eight twenty fourteen June. Brent crude the global benchmark Rowling dollar and seventy five cents seven three dollars and seventy cents a barrel. Last week the contract rose zero point five percents to seventy dollars in ninety seven cents a
"sixty four dollars" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"French president Emmanuel Macron has pledged that Notre Dame will be restored and donation pledges from a number of private donors have already been made or the Notre Dame cathedral. The church was recurrently undergoing renovation on the fire broke out. Many of the priceless relics in historical artifacts had already been removed. A major drugstore chain settling federal claims it didn't do enough to stop forge prescription sales. More from FOX's Grenell. Scott CVS agreed to pay five hundred thirty five thousand dollars in the wake of allegations at fill prescriptions for the painkiller Percocet, which federal officials say the company should have known where forged the fake prescriptions. A total of thirty nine of them were apparently filled at a number of Rhode Island pharmacies over nearly two years from twenty fifteen to twenty seventeen that ran afoul of the federal controlled substances act, which places the burden on pharmacies to ensure prescriptions are legal CBS has denied it did anything wrong. Wrong. But agreed to the fine to avoid the uncertainty of legal action. Grenell Scott, Fox News, forty four year old man involved in the more than four hour standoff this morning and Saratoga springs centered around Jefferson street apartment man inside the apartment said he would not speak with police implied. He had a gun inside the house swat team sent to the scene after police I arrived for a welfare check police fired. Tear gas were able to gain entry to the house took the unidentified man into custody. A black pistol found to be plastic air soft. Pistol was also recovered man taking a Saratoga hospital for evaluation. No criminal charges are expected to be filed guilty plea in the case of a man accused of intentionally damaging dozens of computers at the college of Saint rose Twenty-seven-year-old Vishwanath with Ota admits that on February fourteenth of this year. He inserted a USB killer device into the computers at various locations on campus, his actions caused them with sixty thousand dollars in damage, according to the US attorney's office with Ota admitted that he. Even recorded himself on his phone as he damaged the computers. Alkyl Toyota has agreed to pay restitution at sentencing faces a fine of up to two hundred and fifty thousand dollars and ten years behind bars. Diane DeNardo, NewsRadio eight ten and one or three one WG y the latest on Wall Street now on the Bloomberg market minute. This Bloomberg market minute on WGN wires, presented by Fagin associates. It's your money, and we know that stocks posted modest gains ranging from less than one tenth to three tenths percent. The Dow Jones industrials rose sixty eight points, the NASDAQ closed twenty four points higher the S and P five hundred added appointed to have Kathy Jones of Charles Schwab and company talked to Bloomberg about her outlook for the economy and make picture is slower growth, not just here, but globally and low inflation and the best news is we've got easy central banks. Jones says solidly good earnings news will draw more investors back to the market. She says there is still some skepticism on Wall Street, apple and Qualcomm subtle. Their legal differences at the start of their San Diego trial over chip royalties. The two tech giants have global patent licensing deal and chipset supply agreement. Crude oil futures rose to sixty four dollars and five.
"sixty four dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Fifty-seven out the door news service of a wider providing truck insurance for over forty years and progressive insurance off in early stumbled close mix to start the week. The Dow fell eighty three points. The NASDAQ added fifteen for the day and the s&p rose three points. Crude oil rose a dollar thirty two a barrel to close at sixty four dollars and forty cents Boeing sank almost four and a half percent. After the company said it would cut back production of its troubled seven thirty seven max that alone pulled the thirty stock. Dow lower Tesla's laying off a number of sales employees. The company says the cuts are part of a strategy. That was announced a few months ago to help make the company more profitable. Chucky cheese is returning to public markets after five years C C entertainment, which owns seven hundred fifty Chucky cheese and Peter piper. Pizza stores expects to begin trading on the new York Stock Exchange sometime this quarter with an anticipated initial valuation of almost one and a half billion dollars the company reported revenue of almost nine hundred million dollars in the last fiscal year. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Back and forth between the county and city this pertains to the metropolitan sewer district. More from seven hundred Jack crumley there is still an ongoing legal dispute between the city of Cincinnati and Hamilton county when it comes to the metropolitan sewer district, however on Monday county commissioners, Todd poor tune into niece dream house. Proposed a partial fix to the issue. They are suggesting now that leadership of MS would fall under the county and the hundreds of MSG employees would still stay under the umbrella of the city that will be submitted to a court that's handling beyond. Going legal dispute Jack crumley News Radio seven hundred wwl w looks like some new rules coming to Miami. University in Oxford oppose last spring, Miami university put the new roles into effect as students came back from spring break last week the rules commerce university is investigating the delta. Delta fraternity which is accused of blindfolding a young man beating him and forcing him to drink an excessive amount of alcohol during a pledging ceremony last month. The fraternity has been suspended an investigation by the university and Oxford police are ongoing under the new rules. New members are required to take courses on accountability. And leadership and the university's pledge period has been shorten seven hundred Sean Gallagher gas prices continue to rise says ABC's Alec stone nationwide. Gas prices have risen about five cents a gallon on average, according to numbers from the energy department. But in California, the price of regular unleaded has shot up nineteen cents a gallon in just the past week many areas of cali-. Are now closing in on four dollars a gallon for regular unleaded for the first time since two thousand fourteen and prices could go over four dollars a gallon soon due to refinery problems for dollars a gallon. That's crazy average price though here in the tri-state to sixty eight a gallon, News.
"sixty four dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Have been killed with up to eight people missing one family saw seven family members kill no they're going to have some issues. There's going to be I'm sure there's some famous at especially the family that lost seven. There's gonna be some financial issues. They're up seven vehicles that they're going to have to finance. The Lee county coroner Bill Harris, a local group is helping out tornado survivors in Alabama's tornadoes hitting parts of Alabama in Georgia causing many issues. Matthew twenty five ministries out of blue ash is sending relief one supply run scented with their disaster relief. Team to get those suffering quick aid. But more help and supplies are being sent later on this week Judy Archer with Matthew twenty five says, they're working with local partners in hard hit areas. They're always talking about what would be the best things to send and contacting our partners getting feedback from those partners. And so as we continue to respond to this. We will adopt adjust what we're sending to accommodate the needs of the people in blue ash, Troy Adams, NewsRadio radio seven hundred wwl w the Milford school system is looking to replace the junior high school with a middle school. The school system is planning a four point seven mil Levy on the may ballot. It would cost the owner of a one hundred thousand dollar home one hundred sixty four dollars more per year. A new auditorium is also plan. The Kentucky Senate budget writing panel is rejecting a request from the governor. Matt Bevin borrow fifty million dollars to fix up the states park system. The chairman of the panel says lawmakers. Should not approve spending in non budget years. It has fat Tuesday. The party is underway. New orleans..
"sixty four dollars" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Podcast
"New laundry detergent, it's easier to stick with tied. So that's the core of and gamble business is no tension. But if they show up and want you to switch, you know, we keep a two bottles in my office at the sink. We have. Ultra joy and non ultra joy. Okay. Non non alter joy actually says on the label non ultra joy. But as by the same manufacturer. Yeah. Okay. Because what happened was there was just regular joy and joy was the laundry, soap, the dishwasher soap of choice. Okay. Millions and millions of people, but then competition heated up so they had to come up with a better version that had more suds Zinger, lower suds ING or something. I don't know. So they invented ultra joy. But there was his Ugi outcry for people who said, no, don't take joy away. So they said all right. You can have non ultra joy, which is the original joy. And that creates tension alone. Just that name like who wants non ultra Joe? And I actually spoke to the PI cau- picked I called the eight hundred number on the back of the bottle, and I called I think it's PNG and I called him up. And I said what's up with Donald Trump joy? Right. And it was it was a dead. Gated phone line. Just for joy. It's not like, I got all. Soaps, epi edgy was just the joy line. And it was a fun conversation about the fact that yet they understand. They have empathy for the person who says my life is complicated enough. Just give me the joy, I'm used to. That's why I come back. That's a fascinating concept. I can see having a premium product and then having the non premium product literally called non premium. I could be very I could be quite effective. You know to get people to go for the more effective, and let me guess the is the non ultra joy actually, the same price as the as the ultra joy, both two dollars thirty nine cents. Yeah. But ultra joy, you get like an eighth of an ounce. Lessen the bottle the bottles a little smaller. I see. So fascinating. From your perspective. You know, so much marketing right now is you know, as you mentioned, it's a lot more than just advertising. I'm curious if there's any businesses small big any size that you feel seemed to be doing marketing, well these days because you know, obviously, we could go back in time and talk about a lot of these stories. But now we live in an era where there's a bazillion channels, and it just seems that it's harder to be seen. And I'm curious if there's any particular ones that you wrote about in your book that you maybe once no one has even heard of before them. I didn't Spiro people. Well, so it's important to for me to describe how I someone posted some of the other day about how well researched my books are. That's ridiculous. There's no research at all in my books. I just noticed stuff. Right. That if something is working, I gotta find out why it's working because if it's working in. I don't know why that I don't really. Understand how marketing works. So. When you ask me are there any businesses today that are working I could say name any business that is working. And I'll explain to you through the lens this book why so supreme which sells three dollars t shirts for sixty four dollars has a line out the door. Why do they have a line out the door penguin? Magic cells tens of millions of dollars with magic.
Community distressed, divided after photo of Baraboo boys' alleged Nazi salute goes viral
"Now was that the boys waving to their parents, give them a high five or was that the boys giving a Nazi salute. It sure looks like a Nazi salute. This happened some time ago, but the internet finally found it caught up with it. It's gone viral. And now literally newspapers around the world are talking about what's happening in Baraboo. They had a school board meeting this week to talk about it. And throughout that town, even at a town rally on Tuesday. The people have gathered to say, this is not us. In fact, one of the moms said, I hope that the picture of us at this rally. Promoting love gets the same amount of attention as the picture of the boys. Well, that's not gonna happen. I mean, you can find a picture if you want, but that's not going viral. And the Milwaukee journal sentinel reporter Anita Johnson wrote a long story about this. She's the K through twelve reporters. So she covers the education beat for the newspaper to the north. And she joins us now on WGN radio. Hi, Anita sits, John. How are you? I'm good. Thanks. How are you? Thanks for having me. Likewise. I'm glad you were able to join us. I guess the sixty four dollar question remains what was the intent of the boys or the photographer? Do we have an answer to that? Yet. Well, the has said that his intention was to get them to wave to their parents. Could we heard that about twenty four hours after this all started erupting online? We haven't really we had a few statements that have appeared on television news or online from the boys in which we're getting sort of mixed messages about what was happening. I don't think anyone has come out and said we intended to do and Nazi salute. But that has certainly been the impression did you. The single had been left with school administrators. I mean, they've surely talked to some of these kids, what's their view of this. We've repeatedly tried to reach them are they I, you know, I think they're in crisis mode. I think they have not communicated with us other than some canned statements. We got a statement yesterday that was a day. Three statement we received with an apology. It was a public apology, but the superintendent, and she essentially said, regardless of the details of the photo or the intentions in the hearts of those involved the truth is that this is an image. That has she said rightly been described as hateful, frightening and disappointing. I did ask her to clarify that. I don't like to have to read between the lines. I interpreted the right lead has been described as as her saying that's that. She believes that. This looks like a Nazi salute. But again without that clarification from her. I I can't be one hundred percent sure she didn't respond to your query about that. So while she said, it's it's rightly being interpreted as hateful, you don't wanna read between the lines. And I think that's wise. If you there's this young man, Jordan blue who said that we knew what was going on. Everybody was being funny by giving the Nazi salute. But he wouldn't do it. But again, one of the other boys a couple of them have since said, he said give us a high five, and we all gave him a high five, and that's all it was, you know, what's also interesting to me is the lag time here. I just can't imagine what it's like for anybody associated with their say, the parents or the kids themselves to several months later, all of the sudden, they go. Hey, remember that picture we took guess what we're we are in national conversation right now that must be so I dunno upsetting to these parents either. Because there. Kids were so hateful or upsetting to the parents because their kids aren't bad kids. This is being taken out of context. You know what I mean? Well, there has been some discussion about how this is a group photo that was taken on the steps of the courthouse before prom. And it is we have been told to parents were behind the photographer parents were there and could see it. I did see one news account where apparent apparently yelled at the kids after they did it then this photographs up online or on his website, the photographers website for awhile. So there's been some discussion about so why why do we, you know, how could this be up there for months, and nobody care nobody suggest to be taken down. Nobody raise a question about it. And only when it was it was actually mine standing of how this even broke. It was a blogger out of New York who posted on Twitter and said, you know, can can somebody explain to me how it is this entire class of kids looks like they're throwing up. Nazi salutes. And and it just exploded after that. So let it came down. And what just adds a little more context to it. Maybe is that you've got these kids, and maybe coincidentally they all had their arms locked as they were giving a high five to their mom and dad, and it wasn't a Nazi salute. That's hard to believe. Right. But I mean, that's that's what they're telling us happened. Okay. Maybe so, but what's really hard to understand that is why the other kid front and center in that photograph has the white nationalist. Okay. Symbol in his hand. It's it's a weird way to to pose your fingers, you you you when you see the photo that's not the way somebody normally rest their hands or poses in a photograph. But he's throwing next to one kid doing the Nazi salute the white nationalist symbol now. Wow. What a coincidence guys. Because that that really looks bad doesn't it? Well, I hope you have someone monitoring your Email because you will now be inundated with folks to will lecture you about how that has nothing to do with white nationalist movements. And how this is just a a a tall. So so what I had to do is go and educate myself about how that symbol has been sort of co-opted, and I would suggest going you can look up the southern poverty Law Center and also the AD L both of those have really good explainers about that symbol and how it's used. And how is it has it has it can mean other things, but it also has been co opted by white nationalist the question that people raises why then isn't that wildly coincidental? That that it's happening at the very same time his friends appear to be. Throwing up. Nazi? Yeah. Anita Johnson writes for the Milwaukee journal sentinel. She covers the education beat one of the thing about this. And he said, I'll let you go. But. Is there any other history at the school with these individuals or with the photographer because here's the kind of guy. I am in ISA. I when we asked our listeners yesterday, I want to believe that the kids thought it was funny. But they really didn't appreciate the gravity of it. Is there any history of again with any of the people? I just mentioned with them flirting with this subject in any other way. Well, I I want to go back to something you said about the gravity of it. And I think when you look at that picture, there might be some kids in there who don't know what's going on or they're they're sort of trying to figure it out. And maybe it's been suggested that some of these are kind of behavior where they just follow along. But they don't really understand the significance. You know until we did as kids. We don't really know what each person's intention was there. This is not unique to Baraboo, but you know, there are racial tensions and probably every community in America. And Baraboo isn't. The only one I've been talking to a parent whose child has struggled there. I there was a story from two thousand twelve aware where the principal had to address the proliferation of confederate flags in the school parking lot. And there were complaints to the school about how that was intimidating some minority students again, it's not unique to Baraboo. But I do think they have struggled some issues. Yeah. Seven hundred people nowadays are jumping to conclusions and trying to make something out of nothing. Well, I sounded like that yesterday. Then I went back and looked at the pictures, some more, and I found myself getting angrier, and sort of hardening my view on this. But I, but again, maybe none of this. I guess ultimately is fair until we hear more from the kids. There's no other video or photograph. I mean, if that's the case, then this'll be the first time in the history of the world that that many people have cell phones didn't
"sixty four dollars" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"To circulate worthless bills scammers love nothing better kona cova notes than quote exporting the sense of unease we feel when it appears that the world as we know it is about to change which it does make complete sense that that's the time when you would want to kind of play on people's insecurities and unease yeah and we are for sure in the middle of a moment of cultural and social and political unease jia goes on today one gets the sense that these days that such unease may become constant the entire globe is getting hotter market pressures are accelerating technology is advancing at a dizzying rate at some point between the great recess session which began in two thousand eight and the terrible election of two thousand sixteen scamming seems to have become the dominant logic of american life but things that people have historically used to build nonce amy lives in this country housing higher education had deteriorated to the point where they were likely to punish you if you're not already wealthy the bankers pushing reverse mortgages never crude or is at four profit colleges and the many startup founders hoping to take massive investor back losses and told they aratu kate the rest of the market understand the world better than we do that's part of the reason they're so riveting down to the last details scammers show us the glitzy intrinsic to the stratospheric wealth in america they show us at the best way to make money in this country is the tweet everybody around you like a mark yeah i mean what do you think about it it's hard not to be fascinated by that by that kind of social game treating everybody sort of yeah mark and it kind of reminds me of the great gatsby and how he sort of tricked his way up into that society see but even i'm so glad you brought up that story because that story is sort of about the scam inherent to this idea of american dream right that gatsby has reinvented himself in kind of a scammy way bootlegging and lying about his identity and all of that and like and like on its space it seems like the american dream that he bootstrapped his way up into anticipate sess but actually the american dream is bull and so of course it's a scam exactly and there are plenty of quote good scammers of all genders billy mcfarland of fire festival fame the british royal family expert he was actually just a guy from upstate new york but we want to focus on female scammers there is something special about them like bridget mentioned earlier yeah i also think part of it is that we love in this country to root for a woman and then we love when she falls like we love to follow the demise is of a woman like we we can't get enough of a story of a powerful woman gone wrong or a woman who seemed like she had it all and then really it turned out she was scamming everyone i do think that there is something about the vigor with which that we enjoy these stories when it happens to a woman that's that's just my opinion i think you you seem like you're pretty well versed in the subject bridget yes so i actually would love to do an entire series of scammers scammers like elizabeth homes you may know her as blood testing scammer she had that entire company was supposed to be able to give blood tests you know go to cvs i'm like prick your finger and it will be able to give you all these tests in real time but it was actually just a scam like she got all this money and it didn't work and she probably knew it didn't work and a lot of people are like oh she'd probably be in jail but she's not in jail so i really interesting fascinating scammer also like black turtlenecks gamer you've never saw a picture of her not wearing a black turtleneck kind of ruin that look for everybody to be honest with you there is vogue scammer yvonne banigan who was accused of siphoning away fifty three thousand five hundred sixty four dollars while she was grace coddington assistant so many good female scammers out there so if you know of.
"sixty four dollars" Discussed on Upgrade
"So i can move up and down on around connected to my desk and it keeps the desk free as well of a stem on the desk a is may by company called km the actual productivity name unlisted numbers so you'll find the show notes because it won't help you remind is the high appeal to t very exciting in that it is a boom arm that you can stick a microphone on and it's clamped to the side of my desk which means that when i'm done with a podcast i can push the microphone away and it goes away and then it's on my face what i like about my boom which i didn't have my previous one act as an integrated exelon cable in it so i don't need to do any kind of cable wrapping or anything like that yeah the cape was built into the boom on it self i really like that yeah that's nice mine is not like that but mine is it's got a little little trench in the in the middle of the arm where you run the cable and then you snap this one thing on and so this is what up graded from so it's it's fine it doesn't end the cable doesn't get in the way mine broke though i feel like my my haya one broke and so i needed to change it and i went with the canon one little upgrade so jason what do we actually recommend that people buy you mentioned usb as as goodstein point yeah there are lots of good usb microphones out there i wrote a piece that was on six colors called a podcast studio for a hundred under one hundred dollars trying to figure out a way to get podcast recommendations out there and have it be a reasonable price and the microphone that i've been recommending to people lately is the audio technica at are twenty one hundred usb for ages i was recommending the blue yeti and i used a blue yeti for a long time so did i many years but i what i've been convinced of now because many of the people who's you know at a podcast that they're on the problem is the yet he is not great at rejecting room noise and echo it's it's not it's neat looking it's it's sturdy but it is it's actually very heavy and very large those are not necessarily assets and they do break to i wouldn't say that they're super reliable but they have a hardware mute button which is their best feature i love that about it but they're not really great if you're in an environment and the fact is that i could use one from along time because i wasn't inequitably environments with lots of background noise and so i got i got away with it in a way that i think a lot of people can't so i'm generally recommending the audio technica at are twenty one hundred usb which is a weird microphone it looks like a hand held microphone as we record this it's actually down to sixty four dollars sometimes i list seventy nine at varies on places like amazon in the us i think in i think in the uk it's more expensive there's some weird distributor thing where they they crank up the price on it but it so it sounds good it's much better keeping echo and background noise it is it's got some unique features that i like about it is.
"sixty four dollars" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson
"From us specifically teaching us how to do this and helping us along the way and so i really wanted to to allow our girls to hear from you also because i know that so many of them have something so many of them have like side hustler dri or maybe that you're going through a big job loss and trying to you know thinking about like betting on themselves also right so anyway i'm so excited that that's awesome yeah fun because once you're on the other side you're going so worth it to take that step faith but beforehand before it feels scary it feels vulnerable and risky and it is all of those things scary invulnerable in risky but if you step into that now you're getting to experience what we're talking about you look back and it's not that it's a perfect smooth ride now but now you have the confidence to know it's worth the hard work and it's worth those scary moments because you've experienced some of the success and some of the freedom of going man it's really fun to get to make money and it doesn't even feel like work 'cause i'm having so much fun and i'm using my gifts that god has given me and so that that's a lot of my heart to stephanie is if i can intersect women in some way at that fork in the road for them and and be extra nudge and push that gets them down the path of doing their own thing what an awesome moment that once i get going you know it's so much easier to keep going but getting going sometimes scary so love any women that are listening that are right at that moment maybe they're like you years ago and they're working of a fulltime job that's not real stable or maybe a lot of women or people working jumps they don't like right and it's like he doesn't have to be this way you know you don't have to have jerry maguire moment and quit one day you can have an off ramp you can build this thing on the side garage lee step into it in a way that doesn't feel as risky and so yeah i love stories like yours because that's what we're all about doing so that's really fun i love that well i wanted to ask you so i'm going to pick your brain like crazy 'cause i'm writing before i do though i wanted to just hear so you mentioned that you have a lot of stories about your mom and i've gotten to hear you speak about this before but just kind of your heart for business where that comes from in your life and some of your background can you kind of tell us about that for sure so my mom was a single mom and she started a little bakery when i was six months old to raise and support me and it really was one of those moments of she and my dad's split she didn't know how she was going to make it she she'd quit her job to stay home with me thinking that they were gonna stay together and then it didn't work out and so she kind of went into survival mode and it was it was similar to even your story in the sense of like you look at things differently you're going well what if this look differently than what i thought because this isn't turning out how i expected and so she had worked in a bakery when she was sixteen and so thirty three then when she had me she was looking back at something she knew how to do that well i know how to do this so she got this idea she went to a little candy store that had a vacant window showcase window and ask them if she could set up shop there baking cakes and she had sixty four dollars to her name and use that to buy ingredients to make the cakes and then reinvested up money the next day and so on and it was a very rocky journey and it was very you know lots of struggle lots of her her landlord fourteen times depending on the different locations she would either moved or sold or toward on the building so she had fourteen moves in like the first twenty years which is hard for business to move patients especially when you're retail store.
"sixty four dollars" Discussed on Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast
"See what happens and and try to think about it the way i'm gonna teach you guys right here and that is that options were originally created our version of options were created so that farmers who had wheat in the ground wouldn't be at risk for a huge price drops that would cause him to lose money by the time that was ready to harvest so what they would do is they would find someone who wanted the other side of the trade there a wheat seller and they wanted to find a week buyer right so you could see how a baker who wants flour at a great price would and if he liked the price let's say in june two pretty good price i can make pizza and make a make a profit if i can buy my flower at this price he might wanna lock in the price of the week at that price of june price but he can't get the wheat until september and so the farmer who also grease okay that's a pretty good price for a bushel of wheat i'll make money at that price then the farmer wants to lock in the price in june as well so they could come to an agreement if they could find each other and this is where you get into the world of the chicago board of exchange and commodities and futures and all this kind of stuff and out of that came a much more liquid kind of market for options of all sort not just wheat and flour but you be able to hedge your bet by using the options on stocks on a lot of stocks i think about three thousand of the eleven thousand stocks we look at have options that trade on them the big ones almost all do okay so when we're looking when i'm saying that options are not just automatically a risky thing what i mean by that is that i can use an option right here with chipotle lay to reduce my risk dramatically and that's what i wanted to show you guys so i'm not gonna spend a lot of time on i'm just going to point to it and you can google some of this data and some of the names that i'm going to give you and you can kinda read about it and see if you can make sense out of it but a lot of time on it no to really explain this thing okay i'm gonna explain it right now but it doesn't take whatever all right all right all right a put option what this is called is to i'm going to show you two options i'm gonna show you a put option and a call option and this trade has a name in investment they right now this is gonna take us more than we got this now you're just told me to different ones easy okay so write this down everybody this is called a caller co l irk caller alica shirt collar all right now this trade begins by owning stock in this case in chipotle lay that is at a price i wanna protect and it is it's at four hundred sixty four dollars right now and this is a price that i wanna protect all right i don't want to have it go much below that without selling okay okay but i also think it's gonna bounce around a bit on different announcements over the next year i think ultimately my view is it's going to go up above five hundred probably over the next year and i'd like to benefit from most of that if possible another words i don't wanna get stopped lost out of this thing i don't wanna have announced come out or or an announcement likes coming out tomorrow that knocks the price down to you know four hundred and i've got an order in there that says sell it if it goes below four sixty because i'm going to get taken out of this thing i don't wanna get taken out of it i i wanna be in it to run up good just cancel that order but by the time he do it's already gone by the i don't have you could do it like today now that now now now when you when you put in the order to me you can't move that i suppose if you're watching every minute but i'm not gonna do that not have a stop loss order right you could not have a stop loss order in which case it goes from four sixty four to four hundred now you don't.
Trade pressures deepen as Daimler warns on sales
"From new york city alongside tom kaine jonathan farrukh something today is going to affect your world we just know the democratic party at a bit of a crossroads politics policy power and law has a supreme court been pretty consistent weekdays at noon eastern on bloomberg radio this is a bloomberg market minute kroger is holding its own in the great grocery battle the largest supermarket chain posted quarterly sales and profit that beat analysts estimates pushing shares higher in premarket trading or sadi's benz maker daimler is the first prominent company to cut its profit outlook due to the escalating trade tensions between the us and china us investors still focused on trade this morning but the future is have even doubt some smp futures now down one dow futures down fifty five the nasdaq futures up to nine makes crude is lower by one and a half percent at sixty four dollars and seventy three cents a barrel today we're watching for weekly updates on jobless claims in consumer comfort and the may index of leading economic indicators wall street turned in a mixed close yesterday the dow fell forty two the snp added five the nasdaq hit a new record up fifty six points gina cervetti bloomberg radio.
"sixty four dollars" Discussed on Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy
"The disney showing he's going to be that that hockey hipsters today i think people are more excited today for the bruins and the red sox now we can't have that that's what i mean you fight the good fight in their mind the boston red woks watch the bruins i will be dropping our playoff t shirts perhaps perhaps some fire about the the youth on the team maybe there might be that might be the theme the year motif yes of this cup run that could be my inspiration for this when you hell like virgil gets out there and he's talking about how he's inspiration for off in on this shit like my version this year is the use the age that's good let's go out of the season for mike for mike stead yobbo i mean that's the first of how many put a number on it that's right there this year last year he had what fifty nine nine i'm gonna go i'm gonna go sixty four dollars now there's going to be there's going to be some serious regression i mean not serious i think you'll hit i think you'll have highs one forty one it's gonna go sixty four unreasonable i'm optimistic literally park now while that is true i forgot fortune i put it i mean i guess we're talking juice balls and how we were saying basically steroids your back i guess you can pencil it in but i don't care like how good you are it's it's hard to pencil and plus like when the over under for him and and judge together we're like a hundred and nine home runs while those two guys could have phenomenal seasons i may might not nine i mean that's not you can't just expect you can't you can't expect it but you can hope and you can yeah but to.
Stocks slip after Rex Tillerson sacking worries markets
"Brexit it's all about rex it this morning i'm talking about the firing off secretary of state rex tillerson by donald trump which is fueling concerns of a more protectionist america and without risks of sentiment stocks fat on wall street in all states and asian equities all retreating this morning with the asia pacific index declining off of one percent the hang sang leading the way lower off by one and one third of one percent this is trade as strong data out of china we got some pretty impressive looking figures when it comes to factory output as well as investment earlier though being overshadowed by these trade concerns asks for instance politico is reporting that the united states is considering tariffs all on thirty billion dollars worth of chinese goods in a further sign on the political uncertainty treasuries are bed this morning the ten year treasury yield trading at two point eight to six percent which means that it is declining by more than one and a half basis points sell strategy and and kiwi yields have also been following seat declining this morning in affects the dollar is sliding the bloomberg dollar spot index declining here by two tenths of one percents all major currencies are rising against the greenback with the south korean worn leading the way here the korean wanna gaining by a third of one percents in commodities oil prices are halting losses at sixty one dollars a barrel when it comes to wti sixty dollars seventy five cents higher by about one tenth of one percent that's where we are at the moment brent crude at sixty four dollars and fifty seven cents not a lot of movement that either but it is down by a tenth of one percent that's a bloomberg radio business flash now for more on what's going on around the world is bloomberg's sandra kilhof good morning markus japanese prime minister shinzo and his finance minister have denied ordering alterations to documents linking the premier to the heavily discounted.
"sixty four dollars" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!
"On for added alternative but in your introduction i think a sort of overstated it because when the price fluctuates so watch and as i could look on my computer right now and see its nine thousand eight hundred sixty four dollars if it varies that much it's not that useful as the currency williams may be true but in that's why kind of uh even heads do what he says said at some point in the future i think it to you know obviously could be a very big disruptor of the banking system and that's true that is one downside is the volatility but i think it's time goes on in there's increasing adoption the volatility will go down in you know people will develop applications on top of bitcoin cryptocurrencies that can help a reduce volatility as well but i mean but you do still see it as a very powerful uh potential driving force to if not undermined the fiat system than like he said at least provided alternative gaza so aggressive i don't read the underlying it i would like to have it all the earth virna we're we're we're a bit more streaming some legacy a were a little too idealistic but you're right i mean that's uh you know even if you talk to people like normal friedman aura i'll friedrich hayek a you know a big thing that they advocated the at least at certain points their career was competing money systems so that's a very good point i mean we don't need to upend it perhaps we just need to provide a competing alternatives and let people decide from their clothes kroger up adequate was most people will be stoles stocked with fiat currence bright and i guess that that kind of leads to another question than i mean do you think that the system will probably upend itself at some point in the future are half the blow up because old people like me brutally refused to die and you want all really thought that the government's promised us her medicare all the latest medical treatment a matter how expensive and plenty.
"sixty four dollars" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"I've uh i've talked about the mouth broadening sixty four dollars at the ritz carlton right in a says for dinner now i don't know how many people have been to a ritz carlton but there's no way they had dinner for sixty four dollars unless momma brogdon just had a meal by herself and he just who kristin dawkins just sat across and talk to her while she eight which could have happened it makes sense but i will say sixty four dollars to talk to momma brogdon i don't i don't see the one in to their that it all works out and we should say this is a lot more moms than i thought would be involved in the implication in i think it the story that most people here is like the dad us their coach said is way too involved in wants to be a part of every single situation you know think about michael beasley one of those guys shabazz muhammad comes to mind people like that uh i think that we have to come up with a new term and i wanna see how you feel about it but i believe in bag moms there's a lot of bag moms out there and they're and they're and they're get their hands on the doubles they're walking around there smiling i love it they're acting like nothing's awry nothing's going on the bag moms might be the world's worst louis vuitton devils cut his style and profile it secular he thought your mom is just out shop and you know the old chris tucker women be shop in these monzer al shop in their kids and they're getting bags handed over i couldn't believe momma brogdon for sixty four dollars would sit down for this i know she i know she decided if you wanna put malcolm in the middle of all that so i'm happy she stepped away from it i don't want to i don't wanna speak ill of the brogdon family he is our future president and we love them to death right just that example and just the bag moms being a part of this whole thing i thought was a nice wrinkle.
"sixty four dollars" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode
"Cushing oklahoma whale is surged up to sixty four dollars a barrel for the first time since 2015 so what's next for the price of crude does it make sense to jump on the bandwagon here or should we be concerned that maybe the oil market is experiencing something unwise of irrational zeros to ever going off the charts inch that question with the help of carly garner she's a brilliant technician she's the cofounder of two carly trading the author of high or higher probability commodity trading so many whites with me at real money and a charters for the terrific track record when it comes to the price of crude garners worried that the same animal spirits luring speculators into highflying stocks and even cryptocurrencies may have migrated to the oil market bad holders io say look at this week chart of west texas intermediate crude which includes the commodity futures trading commission's commitment of traders report were the cut report in real danger remember this is the report where they show you the net moeller net short positions were three of three groups of traders the lord speculators okay no sir discreet meaning professional money madurese small speculators okay and that means home gamers and commercial hedge irs people in the real business companies that need to buy or sell futures contracts for business reasons we care about the commitment of traders report because this garner is shown us many times before it's really useful to know how the major players position historically when lord speculators the guy's really care about a mess a huge position one way or another it can often indicate that the trend is about change makes sense when everybody's long are owns that means there's no one left to pie where everyone short no one's leftists cell in the past corners use these figures to predict the direction of what was splashing accuracy so what does this numbered in chart tell us these days okay as of last week large speculators were holding the single largest pool.
"sixty four dollars" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered
"But the hats are like three hundred bucks a had a hat fruits let him like and it's really lame adjust the prrime i might i can make that unless just go get them like i could do it but that's what they want for christmas and i'm like you're not getting it number one like look lynn really like what is that but it is like i said very expensive have kids here and you kind of have to do whatever they throw in front of you how how old amusement mujcinovic now they are fourteen in 10 outta their giant their giant men and they're they eat constantly all day last night we had stake knowing in their more i might that was like sixty four dollars were this date and there is i anymore guy mike how the more measured haters mike throwing carbs at then gosh with what fourteen is he's would would regret he's a freshman he actually how the final today and i'm just praying so he's a freshman in the other ones in fifth grade it now he's but he's like you know in fifth grade grown on 35 he's got the answers he could ruled war so they both cut they're very very i'm like outspoken let's just there my children there's no question europe spoken bruny from aware hinder mona llosa well i i will tell you i i used to be more outspoken now i kind of have to censor myself after a lovely lawsuit you apparently can't ha there is no such thing as freedom of speech and there is no such thing as you know being protected by a contract for show it's really difficult because i i all the my my life savings all of the money at the icesave doing all the shows over the years went to a reality show lawsuit was this wait windows when was your lawsuit we just that old oh you to settle is that this is nothing you can and i can't really talk about i'm just letting you know that it's hard to go and be outspoken unfiltered and you all these things and just say what comes your mind when people can say oh communist do you for saying that for having an opinion or it's just like now i'm now i'm scared will i mean it's funny because.
"sixty four dollars" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"I'm like i knew what i was getting my dad this year and it it drops it it's normal price was in autumn though the let's say like a hundred and twenty bucks and then it dropped to sixty four dollars i like you've done to get it you know it was get it at that price of clamor from an otherwise tech in that way as uh as i follow my wife around during the course of the year i see her looking at something in a store or like something and as she probably like i'll just take a picture of it you know after she moves on and she's not a room noise keep a gallery of those pictures and then when you anniversaries or christon sir whatever's coming up all take a look at us pictures and see if there's any ideas in there for many good orissa gift rose has an interesting use for pinterest uh this is not your sisterinlaw rose thisiis our rose arose from our facebook wrap yep she says i have my own wishlists what she says what she just makes public to make life easier but then several private lists which are shared with various people for example i have a list for my boyfriend's family with sections for each person that she shares with her boyfriend so you can use pinterest for something like this never thought of that are you big pinterest user and not at all now i it's one of those things where i will sometimes lurk for inspiration like when i was doing a um a baby shower i was looking for themes and things like that but now i signed up for this year and i they send me an email every once in a while me they do find the stuff that i'm interested in it's uh it's nice so one of the other things that that goes with the holidays m is also having a lot of family around this is the time of year where we will either go to visit family or often family will come visit us and it's not uncommon to have house guess for some period of time so i thought we would spend some time devoted to the show to to dealing with either having guests or or being a guests and all the things that are involved with that okay um i i think that uh the first thing is i.
"sixty four dollars" Discussed on TechtalkRadio
"You can actually get in on it as an early bird and you can actually get the watch for a hundred nineteen dollars if you do that early bird now they have different levels of kickstarter so you for one hundred nineteen you get just the basic tick watch e but if you pledge bore like i did i pledged a total of a one hundred and sixty four dollars so i get the tick watch s which is sport right now the difference in a sport eased just a little bit smaller it's got less of a as a as a of a battle around it and it died it's not really meant for sporting out you know running or whatever it they both have gps built in but the s has the gps chip built into the band so it gets more signal coverage on it because you it's it's in the band itself whereas the eats inside the body but for one hundred sixty four dollars i pledged i get a tick watch s plus i get tick pods which are lic little bluetooth headset that will pair to the watch because this watch does have bluetooth at does have wi fi it does not have cellular so it can't stand alone on its own not for that prices no it known after that price but it does have four gigabytes of internal storage where you can you can sink music to it and go on a run leave your phone behind and just going to run in in it runs google fit it runs their own fit app it has heart rate tracking it has sleep tracking it has everything it's all built into one and again for like a hundred it mind came to a hundred and seventy five dollars after shipping.
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"And looking at how much customers are spending revenue per customer and customers did odd decline quarter over quarter nine percent not great and average revenue per customer was two hundred and fifty one bucks in the second quarter and it was two hundred and sixty four dollars in the second quarter of 2016 so that's gone down two so not great things but it in putting contacts of blue apron this company went public a as muluzi's a lot of money uh spending a lot of money on marketing and right now it's not showing that path to profitability and that's something that was concerning when this company listed and will continue to be concerning and marketing spending to frankly uh came down which could be perceived as a good sign but it when you when it coincides with that decline and customers as well there's this fear then if they i if this trend of them having to basically by customers uh doesn't work if there's no um you know if they if they rain in that spending and customers acquisition doesn't go up that's another profitability question the also mentioned i believe on the call talking about their linden new jersey facility and also a facility in california and their ongoing challenges what up that's right and in some blame prince business model remember they send out these meal kids to customers you you cook and chop un kind of cook the food yourself but they preportion everything in these boxes and these boxes are made at what they call these fulfillment centers this linden new jersey location um it they did talk about that a location does look like it's going to be a little bit delayed which is not helpful for the second quarter up but it does also a drag down on margins is what it look like uh the chief executive officer said and um it this delayed new jersey ramp up their cost of goods sold.