35 Burst results for "ten million dollars"
Patterson, Scholastic team up on new literacy initiative
"A best selling author has started a literacy initiative with a donation of one and a half million dollars from author James Patterson and scholastic book clubs has launched the United States of readers it's a classroom program designed to address literacy and equality the initiative will help bring books to thirty two thousand kids across the country in grades K. through eight from low income families Patterson who's one of the world's best selling novelist says he's been working his whole career to get kids reading because he believes literacy is one of the biggest challenges the country faces is already donated more than ten million dollars to teachers and students through scholastic I usually employer
The Taliban Must Deal With These Leaders to Avoid Civil War
"Jona goldberg wrote a great book. A couple years ago we talked about the big man theory. In every failed state big man emerges usually the guy with the most guns skinny teenagers and maybe out of that state grows. Do you expect a civil war in afghanistan admiral after a period of time when these tribes fall back to what these tribes have always done which fight each other when they don't fight the west certainly. That's the long in unfortunate history of afghanistan. The taliban are still you know two three weeks into this thing playing their version of taliban two point oh. I saw some shots yesterday of connie the minister of the interior. Who's who has between five and ten million dollar bounty on his head depending on who you talk to a pure terrorist. A dark figure yet. He's walking around kabul effectively handing out candy in the streets. He's being kind and charming and smiling. That's kind of the face of the taliban at the moment if they keep that up. I think they've got a shot at avoiding of major breakdown if they revert to their old practices. It's civil war right around the corner. Because the northern alliance's that big trips to the north. They don't want to be ruled by the pashtoons in the south Unfortunately i would suspect. That is the future of afghanistan. we ought to care for the reasons we just talked about you. Which are that leads to ungoverned spaces that leads to the rise of al qaeda that provides safehaven to slavic state That's what we need to avoid being surprised on all the more reason that we maintain an intelligence capability in afghanistan. As difficult as. that's going to be.
Prominent South Carolina Attorney Alex Murdaugh Surrenders to Face Charges in $10M Insurance Fraud
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting South Carolina attorney Alec Murdock surrendered Thursday to face insurance fraud and other charges prominent South Carolina attorney Alec Murdock surrendered to authorities Thursday to face charges of insurance fraud conspiracy to commit insurance fraud and filing a false police report state police say Murdoch arranged to have himself shot in the head so his surviving son would get a ten million dollar life insurance payout Murdock's attorney says the fifty three year old was deeply depressed with the drug addiction that worsened in June when he discovered the bodies of his wife and son who had been fatally shot that case remains unsolved state police have six investigations into Murdoch and his family including the deaths of a housekeeper and nanny at his home in twenty eighteen hi Mike Crossey up
Lawyer Murdaugh Arranged Own Death but Shot Grazed
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting South Carolina authorities say attorney Alex Murdoch arranged his own death but was only grazed by the plant fatal shot Alex Murdoch the prominent South Carolina attorney who found the bodies of his wife and son three months ago tried to arrange his own death this month according to state police authorities say murder was trying to ensure his surviving son would get a ten million dollar life insurance payment but the planned fatal shot only grazed his head Curtis Edward Smith has been charged with assisted suicide insurance fraud and other counts related to the shooting of bird all on September fourth Bergdahl entered rehabilitation for an oxy code own addiction state police now have six open investigations into Murdoch and his family hi Mike Rossio
Is the AI Market Saturated?
"My first question is is the market saturated and without picking winners. What products us rising to the top. Good that you're asking this question right now in general timing of the world because here we are for those who are listening to podcast. August the twenty twenty. One people might be listening to this year from now. So this'll all seem really quaint. To those in the future but the markets actually in the midst of consolidation. Saying we're actually starting to see a lot of acquisition activity and we do track over one hundred vendors and machine learning platform space about seventy two of which meet the minimum threshold of viability. There's lots of startups in the space. We love startups. We have an affinity for companies of all sizes but when we're looking at companies who are buying products and services we tend to look at those companies that have either at least ten customers or have at least ten million in revenue or at least ten million dollars in venture capital they if they have like to customers and no venture funding raised in a little bit of revenue than. We're like just grow little bit more a little bit more. So this is about seventy two companies. At least that are in that that john rao of course all the cloud vendors are in that space. The major cloud vendors microsoft. Ibm google amazon And a few others. So those were recalled the cloud sas machine learning as a service vendors basically and then there's a whole other category of pure play machine learning platform vendor so you may be familiar data robot or did i do in that space a bunch of others that are kind of trying to pull together all the components of what's required to put machine learning and advanced analytics solutions into play and increasingly. What they're doing is they're growing through Both building out their product suites and through acquisitions so she did robots but on a tear lately did i. Two as well as been been really growing raise very significant round recently but the answer is that this market is actually starting to
Arizona Governor Blocks Cash From Schools Mandating Masks
"Arizona's Republican governor is upping the pressure on the growing number of public school districts defying a state ban on mask mandates Arizona is one of eight states that have banned mask requirements aimed at slowing the spread of the corona virus in public schools get at least sixteen Arizona school districts have such rules in place now governor Doug Ducey says those schools will not be eligible for a one hundred and sixty three million dollar grant program he's created out of the federal virus relief funds he controls the Republican has also created a ten million dollar grant program that mirrors the state's private school voucher program awarding parents seven thousand dollars for each student if the public school mandates masks gives preferential treatment to vaccinated children or requires isolating or quarantining due to covet nineteen exposure I'm Ben Thomas
NFL Fines Washington $10M After Misconduct Investigation
"The NFL has fined the Washington football team ten million dollars after a monthslong independent investigation found the organization's workplace highly unprofessional especially for women the team was not stripped of any draft picks and no formal suspensions were handed out owner Dan Snyder stepping away from day to day operations for several months after the inquiry revealed that ownership and senior officials paid little attention to sexual harassment and other workplace issues Snyder says his wife Tanya will be in charge during his absence I'm Dave Ferrie
Your Poker News Update for June 29, 2021
"Talk a little bit about the news. I the ten thousand dollar buy. In ten million dollar guarantee win millions Had it starting flights this past weekend in attracted thirteen hundred twenty eight entries which create a prize pool of almost twelve point five million dollars the largest in wind poker his first prize just over two million dollars in even runner up as almost one point two nine. Sorry at one point. Two five million dollars so incredible turnout for the win. Millions will get you all of those results when they come in next week. Also the run good poker series had its second event coming back from a kobe. This time. It was at council bluffs iowa just outside of omaha the five hundred and seventy five dollar main event had a festival record of eight hundred fifty one entrance generating a prize pool of four hundred thirty four thousand dollars when it got down to the final eleven players. It was a very rare eleven person. Chop each player was guaranteed the exact same amount twenty six thousand and fifty eight dollars. They played for the all star. Run good series ring and the pro-am seat into the stars event presented by poker. Go in las vegas which will be held later. On this year end. Freddie kaufman ended up taking down the event the ring and the pro ams seek co congratulations to everyone at the council bluffs event for the road. Good poker series.
Don't Neglect the Power of a Coach
"Today's quick tip is don't neglect the power of a coach. Look when we talk about what a coach is. It's really somebody who has done what you are doing before you has learned a lot of the things you're trying to figure out on your own and has taken the time to analyze those things and come up with a system to help you learn them. Faster coaches are not just for athletes. Coaches are for everyone. A coach can short near learning curve. And that means help you make money a lot faster and a lot quicker than you would if you did it on your own so in many areas of life your spiritual life your fitness your wealth building. Whatever it is that you're passionate about and you care about look to see how you can get some coaches in your world david. What are your thoughts on. I agree a hundred percent and i utilize this. But how do you avoid like the get rich quick guru who says i'm gonna make you rich overnight you'll pay me forty thousand dollars. Is that what you're talking about. Could it be what you're talking about. Like how do you view that. So that's not coach with that as a person who's trying to say i will help you accomplish what you want and help you avoid the journey to get there. That is what gurus capitalize on. They say if you buy my system if you pay your money if you buy these courses you won't have to learn how to build a business. You could just have a business. They make you believe that they are. You're buying a business from them from that forty thousand dollars. But you're not. They're still just going to give you the information that you have to go actually an act now. The best coaches walk you through the journey that you're trying to do and help you perform better so first off. The expense of the coaching is one. Big way that you can know that this is not legit. Now some coaches like tony robbins. I think he charges a million dollars a year. And if you're able to afford that it makes sense for you to go higher. Tony robbins is your coach. But tony robbins isn't going to tell you that he's going to make you're gonna make ten million dollars just because you spent that one million you're the one that's still go has to do it. So that's one of the litmus test that i have is when someone tells me hey if you buy this program you can get this thing if they're selling me the thing. I know it's not true. I'd be better off to spend that forty thousand dollars to go by the house. Then it would be to buy the
To Solve Big Problems, Sometimes You Need a Contest
"Four years ago today. Charles lindbergh became the first person to fly solo nonstop across the atlantic. One of the reasons was to win. Twenty five thousand dollars in prizemoney. The orteig prize was one of the inspirations for the modern x prize. A competition aimed at solving big problems. The latest one to be announced is sponsored by john. Musk who promised one hundred million dollars for carbon removal technology to combat climate change. Musk's own spacex was likely inspired by the first ever launched in nineteen ninety-six. It offered ten million dollars to build a privately financed reusable spaceship. A new show on sorry is the ceo of the x prize foundation. She says that i prize created an industry. It's they're easy to look at. How many commercial. Space companies existed. How much funding was going to them. You know as an entrepreneur. When i look at it and see how this ten million dollars. broaden hundred million dollars into the teams who competed and then Nine look at the industry that's been created in the level of activity. I think we can Clearly draw a line that will show an exponential growth because of You know just changing the mindset and challenging. What was believed to be possible to this competition. Well it's interesting because ten million dollars of course a lot of money but in terms of seeding an industry it's really not right if you invested ten million dollars with a single company as opposed to planting it as a seed letting all these flowers grow. You wouldn't really have any system absolutely with a competition. You basically don't give the money to anyone until they show you that they have the solution. So you're guaranteed a solution before you spend the money so what better way to really get for you. Want and i think it's a beautiful model of especially when used you have problems that That complex and that innovation has been stagnant and competition can really change the game in those
Columbus Reaches $10M Settlement for Family of Andre Hill
"The city of Columbus Ohio will pay a ten million dollar settlement to the family of a black man who was fatally shot by police in December forty seven year old entree kill was fatally shot just days before Christmas as he emerged from a friend's garage holding only a cellphone then officer Adam Corey who has since been fired and charged with murder was investigating a nonemergency complaint about a car in addition to the ten million dollar settlement Jim frequented by hill will be renamed in his honor attorney Ben Crump says the family is applauding city leadership for demonstrating that hill's life matters but the police department remains under scrutiny for other fatal shootings including last month's death of sixteen year old macarthur Bryant I'm Jackie Quinn
How Can LeBron and the Lakers Rebound?
"Brian. Thanks for doing this man. I appreciate it no problem so okay. Brian sounds good to me. By the way. I it depends on how close i am to this. Mike pablo you are one son of a gun. We are absolutely using that brian. Windhorst is a senior writer for espn the host of the hoop collective podcast and a native of akron. Ohio who's covered lebron james. Since high school and he gives a good soundcheck so brian. When you watch lebron and the lakers right dow or rather you watch lebron. Watch the lakers. Since he's been on the bench for lake all but two of the last twenty five games. I believe is he feeling and sounding a little existential to you. He's like You know a cpu. that's constantly processing. You know one of the one of the lebron's greatest traits his awareness and the way he can sort of see forward. I mean he had the ability to see the future and evaluate the future and have perspective when he was eighteen in ways that Fifty year olds don't one of the great all-time stories with him with that. Is him turning down a ten million dollar cashier's check to sign with reebok because he knew that the offers were going to get better. He knew the nike hadn't pitched yet and had pitched yet and to be living In this in government assisted housing and being told he could take ten million dollar check with him. That moment you know basically reebok ran a play on him that studios ran on in young musical artists for decades trying to show him a bag full of money and get better long-term deal and now he's got a billion dollar deal with nike.
'Godzilla vs. Kong' Dominates Box Office
"Combos no one. That's the trailer for the movie. Bringing people back to the theater. Godzilla vs kong is on track to break pandemic box office records this weekend. The monster flick pulled in just under ten million dollars on its opening day and is expected to surpass christopher. Nolan's tenant for the biggest box office take in the past year godzilla vs congress showing it more than three thousand theaters. Nationwide at the same time. It's also streaming on hbo. Max
How to save a million dollars
"If a twenty year old professional athletes signs a ten million dollar deal right. he's going to get a ten million dollar income deal. How much does that twenty year. Old need to save per month to be a millionaire by the time that they're sixty five so investing because we use that word saving investing interchangeably here. But you're saying even though he signed a ten million dollar contract. How much does he need to invest monthly to reach a million dollars by the time. He's at retirement. So i want you to think about that and then we have sort of a be a second part of the question if a twenty year old college kid not even graduate twenty year. Old college kid wants to be a millionaire by the time they get to age sixty five. How much per month does the twenty year old college kid need to save to be a millionaire about sixty five now. I life advice for the athlete. Probably not how much you just invest. But how much you don't have a lot of. We tell the woeful stories of of athletes that have multiple seven figures or performers who have multiple seven figures and somehow still are penniless at the end of their careers. Will the obvious. Answer when i saw you. Put this in the show notes. I was like. I see what bo's doing here. He's kind of playing the game of. It's all a joke. It's matt is not what your shovel is. It's what you actually end up with. The income is important. But you can do a lot with a little if you actually deploy the your army of dollars into investments and we actually have created some slides on just showing you. How approachable how easy it is to create abundance and wealth for yourself and so what we show. Is that for both of these individuals. Both these twenty year olds all that they would have to save ninety five dollars per month starting at age. Twenty all the way to sixty five to be a millionaire. Well what that means is over. The course of their entire working career they will of only saved about fifty one thousand three hundred
Did Washington Do Enough to Push Dallas in the NFC?
"Did washington football teams teamers and the giants do enough to push dallas in the nfc. So i left philly out. I don't yeah. I just don't i am found anyone who really thinks they're going to be competitive. I mean let's wait and see got jalen whatever. But that's a team that they're not really fun to talk about. Because their free agency considered like stripping you know but i mean they did sign at harris for like nothing which is probably better sightings but what you have in jalen also you serianni. Yes hundred percent but washington in york both very active and did interesting. Things i think are worth discussing because dallas after the dak prescott deal was finally done. They've kind of made a few moves around the margins adding kia neil. Getting tied as kind of swing. Tackle still have question marks at adra sure and coroner but washington like i think they might have had my favorite free agency or at least the one that i'm most excited to see. I don't know payoff on the field. So just to recap. They signed the aforementioned ryan fitzpatrick one year. Ten million dollars. They tag branch eff. Who's there Pro bowler guard. They signed william jackson from the bengals. Cornerback three years. Forty two million dollars and then added panthers wide receiver. Curtis samuel for three years thirty four point five million dollars so just starting like let's start here. Do you agree with me like do you. Do you like what they did. And do you think it makes them an actual competitor in the division. A really like what. Washington did You know. I think among the guys among the quarterback that they could get because not only were they never in it for russell wilson or or wherever really going to be competitive for shawn watson You had to start looking okay. We'll what's realistic. And it's the ryan fitzpatrick coming off his best his career. It's an andy dalton and whereas that really gonna lead you I think that there was a lot of interest in marcus. Mariota he still is not able to sign with another team because the raiders are still holding him hostage But so. I like the quarterback. Move because you're essentially saying let's build up the team the and let's have the strongest team possible around the quarterback position where we don't sell out just because we have to for that position free agency. Maybe they make a move at the draft for a guy that they have their eye on. Or maybe they just say let's. Let's keep the boat floating this year and let's make our move Next free agency. So i thought that they probably overpaid by million or two on curtis samuel. But they wanted him And and ron rivera really likes them. Obviously william jackson an incredible deal You look around and you need another pass rusher and they can they can probably keep ryan kerrigan as a third down specialist if he comes down off his number end so you know he's he's still doing that. He's gonna get paid a whole lot of money. I'm not sure that that money is really out there especially at this point in free agency so they didn't want to mortgage their future for for quarterback right. Now they wanted to keep the boat afloat. I that and so. I like what they have done. Specially on evens. Then when you consider the the sort of offense and the pre-snap that they can have with all those offensive playmakers. Now that curtis annuals there with terry corn. I really like with done.
Nicole Perlroth On The Cyberweapons Arms Race
"Nicole peril roth on the cyber weapons arms race nicole statement at the end of your book which is a pretty serious indictment of the us government. That i think sums up the thesis of the book you say quote the very institutions charged with keeping us safe have opted time and time again to lead us more vulnerable unquote it. You explain with that means and just tell us what the books about shore. So what that means is that. In order to preserve our espionage operations are battlefield preparations in the digital realm. It necessitates these days. This tradeoff that basically entails leaving americans more vulnerable when you find a hole in the system and you decide that you can use that whole to spy on our enemies or drop a cyber weapon on their grid. One day there was no problem with that three or four decades ago when we were all using different systems but these days we all use the same systems. We all use iphones and androids and microsoft windows whether you know it or not and siemens industrial software and schneider. Electric industrial software. Were all using it for our critical infrastructure. So if you find a whole no systems and you decide that you're not going to get it fixed so that you might able to exploit at one day for espionage or surveillance or a gun. Cyberattack you are leaving americans more vulnerable these days and when i wrote that sentence i wasn't even just talking about the nsa or command or or some of our other spy agencies. I was really talking about the entire system. You know microsoft. They've come a long way but it is holes in their products in their technology. That just able this. Latest chinese attack on our systems solar winds that did not catch the fact that the russians were essentially using it software update as a trojan horse to get into our federal. It networks you know. No one is incentivized to seriously look at security. They are incentivized to get their product to market to cut costs to keep shipping and government. They're incentivized to spy on as many people as possible in the name of protecting americans but the problem is we have this moral hazard in this trade off now where it effectively left a lot of americans less safe so that that is the nut of the buck i really wanted to explore. The is incentive structures. I wanted to look at this because from my vantage point. I've been covering nonstop cyber-attacks the new york times and you know ten years ago. When i started. I could cover one attack every week or every other week but steady getting a little bit worse now. They're all happening simultaneously from so many corners of the globe and they are so costly. Not just for american businesses and government. They're costly for hospitals. There was just a a ransomware attack on a hospital that costs the hospital. Ten million dollars and an american cities and towns so remind vantage point things. Were getting a lot worse. And we had no interest in legislating that critical infrastructure operators up their security. We had no interest in exacting penalties for companies. That didn't take their security seriously. So i really just wanted to look at the incentive structures if going to rely on our free market economy to sort of dictate the terms of our security. I wanted to understand what those incentives were and if there was any opportunities to correct
Bears' Super Bowl odds fall after Dalton signing
"The chicago bears have signed quarterback. Andy dalton the deal is for one year ten million dollars plus another three mill incentives. He spent the last season with the cowboys started. The last nine games of the season detect prescott fractured his right ankle. the super bowl odds by the way have gotten worse since they signed him yesterday. The bears odds to win it. All in two thousand twenty one dropped from forty one to fifty to
Inside Biden’s $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Bill
"Start right there with a pass of that. Covid stimulus bill in the senate on saturday night. I do need to preface this by saying it does have to pass the house again because there were some changes made by the senate so it's not passed into law just yet but we'll go for what this bill will include when it goes through the house and i'm going to try my best to sound like i'm not rattling off just a bunch of dollar amounts but there's a danger. It might sound like that but just bear with me. There might be something in there that would be useful for you. Your family someone. So for helping the unemployed it extends that three hundred dollars a week plus the state unemployment end it makes the first ten thousand two hundred dollars of that non taxable for households making less than a hundred and fifty thousand dollars it also fully funds cobra. Health insurance premiums so that employees who have been laid off can remain on their employer plan for free. There's also going to be another round of checks fourteen hundred dollars for a single taxpayer. Twenty eight hundred couples indy. Get fourteen hundred dollars per dependent now the starts to taper off at seventy five thousand for individuals or one hundred and fifty thousand dollars for couples ended completely gets phased out at eighty thousand dollars for a single tax payer and one hundred and sixty thousand dollars for a couple it gives state and local governments three hundred fifty billion dollars to cover expenses related to covid through twenty twenty four gives schools one hundred and thirty billion for k. Through twelve in forty billion dollars for colleges and that's to help them reopen safely so parents can get back to work for businesses. they'll be twenty five billion dollars going to restaurants and bars. This max out at ten million dollars per company in five million dollars per location additionally there will be seven point two five billion for the paycheck protection program once again forty. Six billion dollars will be going to state local and federal governments to help with testing and contact tracing as well as fourteen billion dollars to help speed up. The vaccine distribution for healthcare there will be financial assistance for aca affordable care act premiums and this is just looking to get the number of people covered by insurance to increase into further incentivize. The south to expand medicaid since they're sort of the holdouts town there. The republicans are blocking that there are also increases in tax breaks to parents who have kids up to three thousand dollars per kid if their age six to seventeen and thirty six hundred dollars per kid if they're under six years old and that spread out over the twelve months according to analysis this plus the fourteen hundred dollar check would cut the number of kids in poverty by more than half. In addition there's changes to the earned income tax credit for this year in extends to people without children. And if you're looking for how much that would be for low to moderate income folks. It'll be somewhere between five hundred and forty three dollars in one thousand five hundred and two dollars. Lastly in the rental and homeowner category it gives thirty billion dollars to help low income and unemployed folks afford rent and utilities and at the state level states and tribes get ten billion dollars per homeowners. So all in all. I think thing that really struck me. Was this tweet that i saw saying that. Isn't it kind of crazy. That biden asked for a one point nine trillion dollar stimulus deal and he got a one point nine trillion dollar stimulus deal like i think that makes biden a pretty good politician. One of the main criticisms of obama was at he started out by compromising with republicans and gave them the compromise offer in the first place instead of starting out high. You can't say that for biden so far in this could be a sign of good things to come but like. I said they're hoping that this gets signed into law by the end of the week after the house passes it sometime this week.
"ten million dollars" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
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"ten million dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Two to ten million dollars on police and fire over time last year despite orders to rain it is sometimes reporting the city spent one hundred thirty one million dollars police overtime the same as the year before mayor late foot had played a hold former superintendent Eddie Johnson accountable but he was fired personnel are now sweeping in and out of work the fire department spent nearly seventy nine million dollars on overtime of sixteen percent from the previous year and six times as much as in twenty eleven that's being blamed on four hundred fifty six vacancies James Sears WGN news headline industries has temporarily stopped its sterilization operations in Waukegan the Tribune says it's a move the company was forced to take about a month ago because it couldn't meet new state ethylene oxide standards let's look at WGN sports Tuesday then it won't be just a routine night at the United center with the Blackhawks play their last home game for two weeks Joel Quenneville brings his Florida Panthers into the you see for the first time both teams are hot box two one five in a row so have the Panthers tonight's game on WGN radio at seven northwestern looks for a second big ten when will the Wildcats host number seventeen Maryland we'll have the pre game at five forty five on WGN radio dot com at on a a one thousand number twenty one a little I goes for a fifth straight tonight at Purdue and voting results for the baseball hall of fame will be announced late today Dave at it WGN sports your money on WGN o'ryan Samuelson it's called corona virus and it's having a major impact on markets here in the United States and around the globe today because of its discovery in China and six hundred deaths a rather six deaths so far from the diseases that can spread easily from human to human and that's concerned though lot of segments in the world of business today for example after the Chinese officials confirmed the new outbreak killed six people and that it could spread between humans stoking fears of a global pandemic and reviving memories of severe acute respiratory syndrome in another corona virus outbreak that killed nearly eight hundred people but I did two thousand two so with all of that news and that a good day to be in the travel business airlines are feeling the impact hall and the hotel and casino operators Las Vegas sands and win resorts both of which have large operations in China saw there's stark fall about five percent booking dot com older booking holdings and trip advisers both fail about two percent on the news of the spread of the corona virus Boeing hopes to fly the first time the crippled seven X. they hope to do it by Thursday after saying go last year that they would be flying it in two thousand twenty and the first jet on track to be delivered in twenty twenty one it was originally due to be delivered at mid.
"ten million dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The year ends is the business of sports from Bloomberg radio with scouts arsenic Michael Barr and Evan nobody was thank you very much for joining us coming up on the program were speaking with Paul Rabal rolled across athlete and entrepreneur founded the premier lacrosse league which just finished up its first season but first let's take a look at some of our other top stories of the week on top of the Mets beginning with the Jacksonville university surprising athletes alumni and fans sad news announcing that it will discontinue its division one football team yeah I've been fascinated by the finances of of college football when you get below the tier of teams that is the the money printers like Alabama LSU Ohio state and federal and Jacksonville as you said you know announced this week they they'd spent twelve to fifteen months reviewing the finances of their football team how much they are spending what they were getting back not just in money but also in national recognition in donations in you know former and current student engagement etcetera I decided you know this is this is not worth it you know and I'm surprised that there are not to be honest I'm surprised they're not more teams that make this decision at the lower levels of college football there is there is not a lot of revenue there's not a lot of ticket sales you don't get a lot of donations that there's no media money and yet has like an enticing proper yes teams and schools continually put money into it over the past decade there's there's more teams going up then there are going down or or stopping and I feel like at some point there's going to be a critical mass of this and and we certainly haven't had any time yeah a correction we're gonna see correction where enough universities realize Hey wait a minute the ledger doesn't make sense the red and the black yeah so FCS is the is the level they plan which is the lower of the two division to tears and division one college football with Mike arrest go you need and and and the schools in the F. B. S. almost none of them make money on football on average they lose at least two and a half million dollars attendance is down eleven percent over the last decade all different wine seem to give you examples of other schools of just so people can get engaged what are some of the other schools because I I don't really follow in FCS in any area so the I mean the use in there so Princeton Harvard Yale etcetera Buck Nell for them out of the west coast Portland Portland state eastern Washington down south Sam Houston state got her to call the state is that is the giant in that war I'm not saying on a Saturday afternoon on ABC no you're not exactly so and and that's part of the problem right there there's no there's no massive media rights money which is you know the thing that drives a lot of these schools you're not selling out a hundred thousand seats like Michigan is ever if every day that the the money coming in is is almost nonexistent and you know Jackson to look at all the numbers and said we need to do this anymore and the man the myth out there that I think a lot of schools you know espouses that you you need to have a football team or a competitive football team to be recognizable to people around the country and I think on porch yeah when you reach a certain level of lowlife enough level and in college football that's just not true was in your just chasing something that that is not it wasn't there university not long ago that made this decision but then there was like massive outcry and they reversed the decision yeah so you a B. Alabama Birmingham they were at the top about that also if I'm not I don't know if you would be but how about the rest thank you then they announced they were going to suspend their football team and then the the outpouring of you know support and financial I came back in the team actually a pretty good year this year so they're back and active I would imagine this is probably a more final decision if you're Jacksonville university than than you AB but we'll see of Max it looks like Carolina Panthers owner David Tepper is on the verge of being approved for a new major league soccer team guess how much bar what do you think you'd pay I bet you it's going to be dirt cheap compared to other I'm glad you well compared to other teams you mean and others for yes okay three hundred million dollars see that that is cheap but we're seeing Meg Whitman buying into the F. C. Cincinnati at a five hundred million dollar valuation there are there are some other teams selling stakes at higher valuations than that were you were seen as well as joins some serious number club here and you're going to start needing owners like David temper who can cut the check if they want the franchise this is not ten million dollars anymore when does the Pocatello analyst team start and feel like we we are we're adding cities left and right here right this this would be the thirtieth MLS franchise they were never stored fourteen I think five or six years ago the expansion there is is is huge and the expenses or what he knows when they bring together Liga amex how many teams are sixty five sixty five remember we've we've talked about this on the show before we back in two thousand seven one Toronto join the league ten million dollars expansion fee I I just wanted a jungle L. Ellie FC was was a hundred and ten million dollars which fell massive at the time then as well certainly a lot of buzz around MLS and evaluation of the way when you're driving sort of along the lake shore drive there in Toronto notice how he said it probably Carrano not Toronto Toronto you're right it's a beautiful stadium it's a beautiful stadium that they have it's it's it reminds me of the of the stadium in Philadelphia along the water on the bridge I mean these are these are nice assets yeah I temper for for those who don't remember you know owner of the the Carolina Panthers pay two point two billion us all record for that franchise about a year and a half ago just sold his stake in the in the Steelers as we talked about a couple weeks ago as well I would imagine there may be more in his in his sport sure right in the office on the caster Christian McCaffrey complete little midfield people would watch people would want Sharon man anyway finally this item on the racing circuit NASCAR is all your bar this one is shutting off the micro money they got some big sponsors to be in the clean air partners as they're calling it Busch beer coca Cola geico Xfinity it's what's seen as a big change in NASCAR's traditional sponsorship model now people are going to say in NASCAR well what's the big deal coca Cola has been a sponsor in class all over here under five hundred it's the wall depends if you do the July race it's the four hundred okay and push for naming rights in two brothers records yeah that's right yeah all very good terrible while also I think he actually thought my nasco knowledge but this will here's what's different all the goals for sponsors are now part of the is going to be called the NASCAR Cup series and those four partners are going to be what's involved in it that they're having trouble getting sort of the over arching naming rights sponsor like monster energy I don't think we go back to Winston you guys I mean I'll do very very very much but that's when the whole thing started right you know back with winds that were saying instead of selling one monster Cup series right naming rights partner so and so the monster energy Cup NASCAR may be getting more money or maybe more palatable for for sponsors to instead buy a premium thing that is probably a little less expensive but as four of them examine exclusivity yeah objects on the show we speak with premier lacrosse league co founder Paul rebel on the first year of his new venture and what's ahead for the P. L. L. in twenty twenty Michael bar that straight ahead on.
"ten million dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Today's car courageous moments is yet another reiteration of something that I've I answered many questions about over the last two years and that's why you need to be so careful with any kind of private placement in real estate just a few minutes ago I took a call from someone about private placement with the company through summing bit call promissory notes and how dangerous they are well one of the biggest landlords in the United States has now been accused by the justice department of running a criminal leaf fraudulent enterprise running a big Ponzi scheme where this is a guy who actually owns properties huge number of properties across fourteen different states but he raised a hundred and ten million dollars some people there actually was not investors properties and was converted to personal use or later investors paying off earlier investors and it's the big danger with any offering you get for doing a private real estate deal or a private real estate investment the oversight up front is very poor the disclosures are absolutely almost nonexistent so all boiler plate print right out of the database kinda forms you're given without any real meat to them about what's going on and how you're protected in addition when you put money in one of these you have a really hard time ever getting your money out so I know that there's a lot of nervousness about traditional investing right now and it's making people more vulnerable to getting taken in private placements.
"ten million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Me no this budget does not include any money for rainbow crosswalk just think how that has become kind of whatever did or I am for stupid that local government spending even though the rainbow across what was paid only funded before Eric Walsh was able to unveil its budget though there is a disruption at the city council meeting union members members of the Texas organizing project people to support the mandatory sickly of ordnance started chanting is the mayor was calling the council to order and he he goes to a regular spiel of calling the role you know right councilman Perry here all this kind of thing and they started yelling what do we want paid sick leave and they unveiled a big banner right behind the city council the said no trust because this is the first city council meeting sense of the city agreed to delay the law for four months to try to work out an agreement with the business groups are that are suing but anyway it's two point nine billion dollars even though it does include a homestead exemption and does not include the tax rate it does raise property tax revenue by five point four percent and that is due to a increase valuations and be just the fact that there's more property simply because the city is growing so rapidly there's more residential and commercial property among the interesting a bullet points that includes the hiring of one hundred one new city employees including sixteen more San Antonio police officers it's a growing city and we want to six sixteen right sixteen more San Antonio police officers six of whom will focus not specifically but largely on domestic violence and family violence we've talked before about how that is a huge problem in this city and the city is committed to having some sort of initiative to deal with that is also a one point one million dollar increase to deal with the growing problem of homelessness about half of that will go to support the haven for help homeless complex and the other half will go toward problems designed to keep people who are kind of in the on the margins in their home so they have become homeless guy to to provide to maybe some incentives and some extra funding for them a hundred and ten million dollars designated for street improvements in the coming physically has not enough that's always right up top thirteen hundred and seventy seven separate street projects are planned during the year from pothole repair Destry widening of work there's two hundred nineteen thousand in the budget earmarked for a micro mobility team the city has gotten a lot of criticism for not having adequate bicycle lanes and safety programs for bicycle so that's one of the reasons why we have fewer bicyclist than they do in a city like Dallas so there will be three individuals who will be assigned to that division that will make sure that the bicycle riders needs are being taken care of three hundred and thirty three thousand dollars allocated in the budget for the migrant resource center we talked about that yesterday the city has to deal with a huge influx of of migrants and asylum seekers twenty nine thousand so far this summer so that's going to help us deal with that there is a three percent across the board pay raise for both uniformed and civilian now city employees there is thirty four million dollars for a coordinated approach to affordable housing that's something that people time and time again say is a serious problem in this city is the average price of a home that is sold reaches three hundred thousand dollars the affordable range is generally considered between two hundred and two hundred and fifty thousand dollars for a house so these will example provide incentives for builders to come in and pro and build more affordable housing it's more and more difficult for them to do that two billion dollars for the parks that will also support parks agreed ways and we will also have one point six million dollars as I mentioned for a total of coordinated efforts to address family violence that will be done through media through advertising and as well as the special undue fire fight police officers who were included in the budget the sixty new police officers you apply the a time to speak out on this is going to be numerous public hearings including a telephone public hearing they don't even have to go talk on the phone and the city council is expected to approve the budget early next month and it kicks in October first it's W..
"ten million dollars" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
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"ten million dollars" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"For ten million dollars. We're not talking just one gun on these guys. Right. His house is acquitted at least one panic room that we know of and is equipped with enough supplies to last him a full week if he needs to wait it out. If Mark ever goes to a bar restaurant has security team will sweep through the room. I to make sure that it's safe. The team also has to vet in new doctors or medical staff. Why won't go to the doctor Mark Zuckerberg probably most billionaires actually remember when we had the kids come in. Yeah. Dated a sweet before they came in eighty four. The day of. I can't even if I dried exhausting. Yeah. Life. You can't think about there's zero spontaneity in your world at that point. But you can't just go get a drink with friends that is way more planned out event than anything that that'd be awesome. Because he could kick anybody out of any establishment. So you'd be like I want to go get a drink at a bar by myself. Everybody out. You're going to be the only one just drinking your house or not you might have some more than you have that might have like satellite. I don't know. Be social not to be hermits while they're out in public all the time. Anyway, if Mark wants to take them, a new hobby or something like that the security master go assess the instructors, I even for that and determine if pose a credible threat to the Facebook CEO is if he wants to go like paint, some ceramics they.
"ten million dollars" Discussed on WTVN
"So you make ten million dollars in one year your dollars after that start to get progressively taxed at a much higher rate. And really what that is. It's the tax interpretation of one answer to the question of how much is how at what level are we really just living in excess and what kind of society do we want to live in? And then on top of that Elizabeth Warren wants a wealth tax, which means that after you paid your income taxes, your FICO taxes, your state income taxes your sales taxes, you're hidden. Taxes your taxes taxes taxes, then they wanna unconstitutionally come back again and just take more money which would be licensing stealing by the government, which they pretty much do anyway. And we don't believe it. We'll just try and challenge not pay your taxes. They'll throw you in jail and five minutes. I always urge my friends pay the Bill pay the cost of living here. Unfortunately, it's extraordinarily high. But we're going to we're going to build high-speed trains. It won't be a need anymore for four airplanes. What about airplane manufacturers? What about employees for the airlines? What happens to them in this? Great transition that they're planning guaranteeing a place to live and healthy food and free school and free healthcare and free free free free free wh- what happens to them. If they're unwilling to work, nobody has to work if you're unwilling you get all the benefits under the green new deal, you know, overhaul transportation, expand electric vehicle manufacturing charging stations build out high-speed rail scale where air travel stops to become necessary. Wow. Are we going to build a train to Europe and Asia? Are we going to build a train? Yeah. How how are we going to build those trains, and by the way, I know I'm not allowed to ask who's paying for it. It's unbelievable. This is so rigged. It it is beyond anything. I've ever heard all the platitudes all the bumper stickers all the reassurances you'll be safe and secure for life. And you know, what happens every time that's been tried before it is failed. It is produced war poverty, more misery. Less prosperity then ever before the former Soviet Union you pick your country healthcare. I have a friend of mine is a doctor sent me a note today guy in Canada. Absolutely. As a brain tumor. They won't even give this guy in Canada or an MRI. They don't think he needs. It comes to New York. He's not a wealthy guy. He happens to find a friend of mine, who's a doctor, and he's like, not only did I need an MRI that if I don't operate like now, this guy is going to die, and he doesn't have the money to do it. Now, my friend. He does this all it's doing it for free. I said can I help with any of the expenses? Does he need a place to stay whatever. I don't even know this person is and you know, maybe I'll help the guy. But the thought is why are they coming here? Because their system sucks asks them, and there's a million of those stories even the politicians come here. The ones that rammed it down the throat. So the people of Canada, just like ObamaCare, how did that work out for you? What is the government doing well that we have faith hope and confidence in them? Did ObamaCare workout keep your doctor your plan and save money? Nope. Did did the promise of a better education workout? Well, we spend more per capita with the worst results. Some believable. I think this is is that a Cossio Cortez cut. What does that Olinda? Let me play a Cossio Cortez, and you can hear some of these yourself, but it is certainly a lot of money. You don't specify where it's going to come from other than saying it will pay for it. So I think the first thing that we need to do is is kind of break the mistaken idea that taxes pay for one hundred percent of government expenditure. It's just not how government expenditure works we can recoup costs. But oftentimes you look at for example, the GOP tax cut, which I think was an irresponsible use of government expenditure. But government projects are often financed by a combination of taxes deficit spending and other kinds of of investments, you know, bonds that deficit spending is borrowing money that has to be paid back eventually through taxes. Yeah. And I think it will. I think that is always the cracks in it. So when we decide to to go into the realm of deficit spending, we have. To do. So responsibly. We ask is this an investment or is this actually going to pay for itself? So you're saying borrow the money. Make the investment the economy will grow pay off the debt. Absolutely. Because we're creating jobs as you know, congresswoman one reason that people who are politically conservative or skeptical of efforts to combat climate change is that it sounds to them. Like it requires massive government intervention, which they just don't like are you prepared to put on the table that. Yes, actually there. Right. What this requires is massive government intervention. It does. Yeah. I have no problem saying that why? Because we have tried their approach for forty years for forty years. We tried to let the private sector take care of it. They said we got this. We can do this. The forces of the market are going to force us to innovate except for the fact that there's a little thing economics called extra analyses. And what that means is that a corporation can dump police. Shen in the river, and they don't have to pay for it and taxpayers have to pay for cleaning up our air cleaning up our water and saving the planet. And so we've already been paying the costs, except we have not been getting any of the benefit. And so what we're here to say is that government is not just for cleaning up other people's mess. But it's also for building solutions in places where the private sector will not. And don't worry. The question isn't how we're gonna pay for it. That's a direct quote. We gotta upgrade everything gotta do it in ten years. No more fossil fuels and ten years. We're going to eliminate airplanes. How am I getting to Vietnam for the summit? That's all in ten years. Bill charging stations high-speed rail at a scale where air travel stops becoming necessary. We're going to ban that too. What about people in those industries, you know, guaranteeing job a wage medical, leave family of education at any level. You want retirement security vacations, even if you're unwilling to work, and we're going to try and no nuclear energy as well. This is madness. This is totally and completely so off the charts. You know? But if you get the net zero emissions. Yeah. You can't fly an airplane anymore or drive a car. You know, it's unbelievable. It is it's like a parody Joe Pollick. Who's a great writer over Breitbart? He called it the green deal new deal as a as a Republican parody of the democratic platform. This is who they are with the wealth taxes, the seventy to ninety percent income tax rates the full redistribution. That's them. Unbelievable. It's all based on nothing. They will destroy.
"ten million dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"So after you make ten million dollars in one year your dollars after that start to get progressively taxed at a much higher rate. And really what that is is that it's the tax interpretation of one answer to the question of how much is how what level are we really just living in excess and what kind of society do we want to live in? And then on top of that all is born once a wealth tax, which means that after you paid your income taxes your FICO taxes, your state income taxes your sales taxes, your hidden taxes, your taxes taxes taxes, then they want unconstitutionally come back again and just take more money, which would be licensing stealing. By the government, which they pretty much do anyway. And they don't believe it. We'll just try and challenge and not pay your taxes. They'll throw you in jail and five minutes. I always urge my friends pay the Bill pay the cost of living here, unfortunately, and it's extraordinarily high. But we're going to be going to build high-speed trains there won't be a need anymore. Four four airplanes. What about airplane manufacturers? What about employees for the airlines? What happens to them in this? Great transition that they're planning guaranteeing a place to live and healthy food and free school and free healthcare and free free free free free. What what happens to them? You know, if they're unwilling to work, nobody has to work if you're unwilling you get all the benefits under this green new deal. You know, overhaul transportation expand electric vehicle manufacturing charging stations build out high-speed rail at a scale where air travel stops to become necessary. Wow. Are we going to build a train to Europe and Asia? Are we going to build a train where we how are we going to build those trains, and by the way, I know him not allowed to ask who's paying for it. You know, it's unbelievable. This is so it it is beyond anything. I've ever heard all the platitudes all the bumper stickers all the reassurances you'll be safe and secure for life. And you know, what happens every time that's been tried before it has failed. It is produced war poverty, more misery. Less prosperity then ever before the former Soviet Union you pick your country healthcare. You know, I have a friend of mine is a doctor sent me a note today guy in Canada. Absolutely. As a brain tumor. They won't even give this guy in Canada, an MRI. They don't think he needs. It comes to New York. He's not a wealthy guy. He happens to find a friend of mine, who's a doctor, and he's like, not only did I need an MRI that if I don't operate like now, this guy is going to die, and he doesn't have the money to do it. And look, my friend. He does this all it's doing it for free. I said can I help with any of the expenses? Does. He need a place to stay whatever. I don't I don't even know this person is and you know, maybe I'll help the guy. But the thought is why are they coming here? Because their system sucks asks them, and there's a million of those stories even the politicians come here. The ones that rammed it down the throats of the people of Canada, just like ObamaCare, how did that work out for you? What is the government doing well that we have faith hope and confidence in them? Did ObamaCare workout keep your doctor your plan and save money? Nope. Did did did the promise of a better education, workout what we spend more per capita with the worst results. Some believable. I think this is what is that a Cossio Cortes cut? What does that Olinda? Let me play a Cossio Cortez, and you can hear some of these yourself, but it is certainly a lot of money. You don't specify where it's going to come from other than saying, we'll all pay for it. So I think the first thing that we need to do is is kind of break the mistaken idea that taxes pay for a hundred percent of government expenditure. It's just not how government expenditure works we can recoup costs. But oftentimes you look at for example, the GOP tax cut, which I think was an irresponsible use of government expenditure. But government projects are off from financed by a combination of taxes deficit spending and other kinds of of investments, you know, bonds and the deficit spending is borrowing money that has to be paid back eventually through taxes. Yeah. And I think it will. I think that is always the cracks in it. So when we decide to to go into the realm of deficit spending, we have. To do. So responsibly. We ask is this an investment or is this actually going to pay for itself? So you're saying borrow the money. Make the investment the economy will grow will pay off the debt. Absolutely. Because we're creating jobs as you know, congresswoman one reason that people were politically conservative or skeptical of efforts to combat climate change is that it sounds to them. Like it requires massive government intervention, which they just don't like are you prepared to put on the table that. Yes, actually there. Right. What this requires is massive government intervention. It does. Yeah. I have no problem saying that why? Because we have tried their approach for forty years for forty years. We tried to let the private sector take care of it. They said we got this. We can do this. The forces of the market are going to force us to innovate except for the fact that there's a little thing in economics called externalities. And what that means is that a corporation can dump police. In the river, and they don't have to pay for and taxpayers have to pay for cleaning up our air cleaning up our water and saving the planet. And so we've already been paying the costs, except we have not been getting any of the benefit. And so what we're here to say is that government is not just for cleaning up other people's mess. But it's also for building solutions in places where the private sector will not. And don't worry. The question is in how we're gonna pay for it. That's a direct quote. We gotta upgrade everything gotta do it in ten years. No more fossil fuels and ten years. We're going to eliminate airplanes. How am I getting to Vietnam for the summit? That's all in ten years. Bill charging stations high-speed rail at a scale where air travel stops becoming necessary. We're going to ban that too. What about people in those industries, you know, guaranteeing job a wage medical, leave family education at any level. You want a retirement security vacations, even if you're unwilling to work, and we're going to try and no nuclear energy as well. This is madness. This is totally and completely so off the charts. But if you get to net zero emissions. Yeah. You can't fly an airplane anymore or drive a car. It's unbelievable. It is. It's like a parody Joe Pollick. Who's a great writer over Breitbart? He called it the green deal new deal as a as a Republican parody of the democratic platform. This is who they are with the wealth taxes, the seventy to ninety percent income tax rates the full redistribution. That's them. Unbelievable. It's all based on nothing. They will destroy the single greatest. Best prosperity cred creating system in life. All right. Listen, guys. Don't forget Valentine's Day week away. Now, listen don't procrastinate any longer now Sheri's berries. I've been giving this gift for years too, many friends family different occasions guys for Valentine's Day. It is going to become a must give every year. They picked the biggest the freshest the juiciest most scrumptious, strawberries, they dip them in milk and dark and white chocolate. Goodness, they have these incredible toppings, chocolate.
"ten million dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Have lots of time to be together. And we do this for what reason there's only one reason. To educate to help even one person. It's worth it to be here on the radio. That's why I went to medical school to help people. I did not go to medical school to sow chemo or to promote a hospital or to make a head of the hospital. Have is ten million dollars salary. No, I went to medical school to help people. And that's what we try to do every day it person treating cancer and also on the radio to educate to get better care. So I want to talk about our patients, and I wanna tell you about our next patient here. We'll talk about this gentleman is forty eight years old. So pretty young man forty eight from Haiti. With a Gleason, eight prostate cancer. So how did he know about cancer? Well, the Spencer married his for children. He had an elevated PSA PSA was checked even at the age of forty eight. He also has a father who has prostate cancer. So this man's PSA was six point nine PSA's that blood test normals considered up to four, but you can have prostate cancer, even that numbers less than four is kind of an arbitrary guideline. If you have a PSA four the chance of having prostate cancer twenty-five percent. But if you have a three still twenty percent, it's not nothing. Anyway, this man had a PSA of six point nine positive family history. He had biopsies and biopsies a year ago showing a Gleason, eight cancer. No gleason. Is it doctor who wanted to tell us more about prostate cancer in the old days of biopsy would be done and the biopsy would say, yes, or no, it's cancer or no cancer. Yes. Or no. Yes, or no. And there was no knowledge really about how aggressive the cancer. It'd be remember the old days. There was no PSA. And there was no Gleason score. So with Lisa PSA. We have a pretty good idea of how aggressive cancers are. This Gleason, eight cancer, the Rangers from two to ten everything. More than six is considered aggressive hit seven cores positive when biopsies are done. Usually there's twelve little needles ago. The prostate seven of those cores came back. Positives had lots, of course. And they were very aggressive, and he has a family history. And well, there's another problem. So the problem is the doctor who does the biopsies off of the doctor recommends treatment. Well, the doctor does ABC's a surgeon and often surgeons recommend guess what? Yeah. You got it surgery. And so they were trying to push them into robotic surgery and lucky for this man, he declined he even declined before he saw our data. So he's smart, very smart. Because if fee or you got our booklet, and you can call even now to get our prostate booklet, you.
"ten million dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Marginal tax rate, especially we're starting to talk about your ten million dollar, you ten million dollar all ten million dollar. What if I need twenty million dollars to start a business? What if I need that extra bunch of dollars after my ten million dollars? To pay my employees. Or what if I invented something? And I want to keep my my money because I want to invent other things. What's this magic number? It's like the fifteen dollar minimum wage where does that come from? What just comes from leftists? And they keep demanding. They have their catchphrases their fortune cookies they have there. Either the ten million dollar. We're just taxing seventy percent tax rate, and where's the money go? It goes into the massive federal leviathan slush fund, and where's the constitutional basis for that? Well, this a progressive income. Well, there's also private property rights. Now also unintended consequences unless you actually know what you're talking about. How many people? Who aren't over ten million dollars? Doesn't mean they get to keep it better. And over ten million dollars have small businesses or entrepreneurs, or whatever doesn't matter. So you know, what? I'm giving up. I'm not paying seventy cents out of every dollar after ten million dollars. Screw it. I'm not hiring anymore people. I'm not expanding my business. I'm closing it down on retiring to Florida. Well that had happened. You know, some people are working hard. They're working hard 'cause they wanna make money. They want to expand their business. They you know, what forget it. I'm done. I'm done. We have a poll now, thanks to the media. Seventy four percent of Democrats and people who lean democrat would consider voting for ocasio Cortes. She rolled enough to be president. That is thirty five. She's twenty nine. Is a media creation. Let's go on to cut seven, Mr. producer, go. I hate to personalize this. What do you think it is moral for individuals to for instance, do we live in a more world that allows the billionaires? Is that a moral our knowledge stop? So now, you see the socialist communist position AK the progressive position. Is the moral one? And if you don't embrace it. You're immoral. So if you believe in capitalism wealth creation, which leads the job creation and so forth. It does every time. Well, Mark what about people inherit money? What do you think they do with that money burn? It put it in their mattress. Let's say they leave it in bonds and stocks that they put it in a Bank account. What happens to that money? Anybody know? Other people use it. Maybe they borrow the money. Maybe other companies use it to expand. It doesn't just sit there. Money's like water. Doesn't just sit there. It's put to some use. Unless you stick it in your closet or something like that. Money creates money doesn't mean for every person. But it means for economy, generally. So now the question is, ladies and gentlemen, is it moral to be a capitalist? Is it moral to be successful? It's immoral to create wealth for yourself and other people is it moral to be an incredibly successful entrepreneur. Is it moral? You see because after all those of you who don't agree with them. You're racists, your homophobes and your immoral. Go ahead. It's not it's not. And I think it's important to stay. I I don't think it's not that necessarily means that all billionaires are immoral wait.
"ten million dollars" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"And they went to the lottery offices in Sacramento, and it's gonna collect his prize two thousand dollar prize or like, no ten million, and then they arrested him because he stole ten million dollars super theft and your roommates are supposed to be your friends have roommates that your friends. Yeah. I did in college. Not good. They stole from me. Oh, wow. Yeah. I'd have bucket. Full change gone. Did you ever confront them? Yeah. I was like, hey, man. There's I might change gonna go on vacation for a week. And I come back, and it's gone. Don't really think about it. My okay. But he wasn't your friend. Get stuck together that pot leading J ever roommate that you didn't like. Yeah potluck. And it was, but so there was four of us three of us knew each other the fourth one we didn't and ended just being awful. We couldn't wait for the year to be up if three roommates. Yeah, there's a four bedroom apartment, and we all had the commentary in the kitchen. I mean, and it got to where she was the one that would have post it notes on her food like one time I accidentally eight whenever yogurts and it was like, well, that's why. No it wasn't. Honestly was an honest accident. But it's like we couldn't have a normal conversation about it. Like, hey you yogurt. I'm like, oh, hey, let me go to the storm replace your yoga. I just came home and everything was labeled with post it notes in her name. And like there was no conversation. It was just awkward living for like a year. I don't roommate who was my best friend in high school. And then I went back to my room on any moved out. It didn't tell me we're friends again. But my schedule was a nightmare, and I was probably tough to live with because I had to work all the time on the K make we party less. You got that guy my freshman year when I was in the doors. I I had I was in the dorm and this happened. I had my boy David I won't say his last name, but I had the volume on the his side of the room, and he got mad at me and kicked him out. And then I got some twenty one year old does my dad. Hey, you can't go out. So late at night, you need to tell me where you're going to be you. I wasn't doing that. I would work. I would go to class from eight AM until two or three then go to work until eleven or midnight. Like, I was working all the time. And we'll be like, hey, if you're gonna come in. I was probably a little knowing that it was one room we had two beds in one small room. And I was like, oh, we're talking to sleep. It's like running out. So I wasn't the best roommate if you're going to live a college style lines fifty years old when I was eighteen and so I just came back to my room, and he moved everything out didn't say a word like some funny here. And so for half a semester by myself, and they move someone else then became into that guy because he was a nurse. Like me I walked in the new guy was in and I saw khakis and button up shirts. And I was like now, we're talking sky means business right here. There was a man who won a lot of twice using numbers from his.
"ten million dollars" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Cashier's check for ten million dollars to go on whoring and funding and boozing and doing your debauchery somehow lewd the FCC keep all of my other intelligent all ever. All your faculties are the same except for you know that if you're in an airplane in its plummeting toward a mountaineer just yourself, you know, at great, my grandfather. Yeah. Well, that's why that's why religion so powerful. I, because that's. That's that's a mighty tempting offer is the greatest like, no, I, I make fun of religious people all the time, but secretly. I'm jealous. I mean in that. Yeah, it would be. It would be it's it's a, it's a, it's a blessing -ironically and occurs to too well to to to to be so pragmatic because it's you, you, you do miss that cushion that the the, the half. I mean, look at it this way Don. Yes. Why is it the manmade God that atheists have to to bag on? Well, I if you look at the universe and everything, I mean, there's got to be some kind of power gut retarded. You know, you called me. The new age Jew or something. But if everything about the construct of the universe is chaotic, it's, it's all it's been by itself. Well, listen, like man made religion, but here is got to be, here's my answer. Okay. Here's then you get into questions of linear time and you know, we're, we're, we're arguing with this guy. From the valley. All right. Let me tell you about Castrol edge. He friction viscosity breakdown rob your engine of maximum performance friction results in a loss of performance up to ten percent Castrol edge, engineered with fluid titanium technology physically transforms to be stronger under pressure helps fight friction and deliver maximum levels of performance for your car. Three times times time, strong against engine viscosity breakdown of the then in the leading full synthetic Castrol edge, unload. I should say, unlock your performance cars..
"ten million dollars" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"To accelerate the entire ten million dollars in claims that he compromised and that's what led to the headline that said avocado has to pay ten million bucks right law firm stormy daniels attorney hit with ten million dollar judgement so the bankruptcy court judge said yup this was a valid settlement the condition of the settlement was that you pay the four point eight five million over time you failed to make the first installment on time therefore the law firm is liable for the entire ten million dollars where do they thought the whole time it was four point eight five so so think about it this way and the immediate answer to your question is we don't know because the settlements not public here's what i but but but here's the supposition that i have because this is very very common practice i do you for a hundred thousand dollars okay you and i agree to settle the case for fifty thousand dollars payable in five installments of ten thousand dollars a piece right i say i'm gonna pay installment number one honor before may twenty second twenty eighteen and if i don't then i consent to the entry of a judgment in the court for the entirety of the hundred thousand dollars right so in other words i can agree that you know you can't characterize it as a penalty but that's how you should think about that that part of my inducement for you letting me pay you the fifty grand over time is if i'm late you can exceleron not just those payments but everything to which you would have been entitled had we not agreed to the settlement accents yeah yeah so that's what's happened here now what does this say about michael naughty and the answer is from this is certainly not criminal behavior and it is.
"ten million dollars" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Baltimore something they mess up eric this is a bad deal and he not be represented if he got ten million dollars he's got ten million dollars front and then he was making three million dollars for me now somebody was that's a bad deal i have got him more i coulda got him all on average is with san francisco at cuny's achilles that injury is big i don't think he'll regret it until this year pans out and it doesn't work out if this he doesn't regret this deal if he makes all pro and he's a pro bowler his postseason incentives will solidify him through the twenty twenty football season guaranteeing him a base salary is provo they've gotten away with highway murder for the next season no because no not not real not necessarily because he's on the downtick of his career could he make noise only three year do my thing is what what challenges him challenges he has before him is becoming all pro player again off of this injury when now you you already have a patrick peterson who was planning the same position now you have a markets peters keep to leave a xavier rose a marshon lattimore a dairy ously all these yellowy didn't better self he went it was an insecure move on his contract he doesn't think he can be that player no think he does think he can be that player which is what derail rivas did at the his career possibly but that was an agent move that was an agent move and again to your point age i think a lot of times when you when you're faced with a situation where it's your unplugged from something you have to you have to sit back and kind of simmer on that you have to and in his in his situation he didn't do that and he took a situation in jumped on it in the san francisco forty niners was like we'll take that as well because they're not they're they're they're winning no matter what they win no matter what i just thought this out that means nothing washington state has no state taxes he's been every other player in the league not in miami or seattle pays major state taxes non seattle he's been getting a break for years.
"ten million dollars" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"That's not lucky but if i got hit by a car it was you on must getting what oh my god i i'm so sorry can i help us something i said sure give me ten million dollars for advertising for the art of charm and come out as a guest every six mon that's tough and so i had the number one talk show on on the internet that would actually i would probably let go of at least one leg and you recall that walk i would call that yeah yeah okay sorry line so the social psychology again is a very interesting aaron lots of research going on these days i would urge you to looked in the and and i couldn't lock i just i could degree more about what you're talking about terms of how humans use this we don't understand we don't aware of how the the social phenomenal it is why we're here why i can talk and a microphone and why we have survived is this be _c_m you know what what chris meeting and just everything it's about yeah are people everything and the more you really study that realize that that that now the happier gonna be just the more you have spent time but look at a meaningful process faithful thing i agree i mean whenever the more of the stuff that i started the more incredible is that we are able to do it we can do i mean i'm i i you probably know this their worse human no way did human ned helmeted that's pieces that had bigger brings than humans and the rather helmet it's pieces that were possibly smarter than humans stuff and we all coexist at the same time and we're certainly helmet species ever stronger than humans physically and yet somehow are some genius are so good this and out of the hundreds or even thousands where the ones that were left and they've reason is most likely according to scientists or smarter maker of because of social intelligence which is why we say at the art of trumpet social intelligence is probably the only super power that we have we just ignore it through.
"ten million dollars" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily
"More than ten million dollars and many bad habits i lost a hundred percent my money i wouldn't broke i wanted to exile money doesn't make you better it doesn't really increase your freedom it doesn't make you more loveable it just magnifies what is already inside of you and past history of him is often future character unfortunately for me but then about the second or third time or four time and keep track i lost money i was on the floor and all sinking what the tough how can this keep happen intimidate i keep making it's my chilly keep it so i mean list of the things i was doing all the way up analysts who things i was doing on the way down and it was simple don't boys self help guru program ferocious i just are doing every day the things i did home the way up i'm about to tell you them plummet so another story is the ideas about to hear to make a lot of money starting around two thousand nine the last time i went broke the first was in two thousand but he because saints me easy for you to say you have money so then unfortunately of my got some proof but things always happen no matter what so bad thing happen to me and a big investment in public company that was a worse a millions the larger share older on the company allegedly i have to use a phrase to the large amount of money from the company nobody knew the company one two zero listen weeks i lost several million i found out when i run a goalie i was invited to hang out of the said of the tv show billions holy recommended show i found out midday and how the rest of the day to go to spend time with a cast and crew and learn how a tv show.