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Senate Holds Longest Vote in History as Democrats Scramble To Save Relief Bill
"Was quite a bit of drama in the senate yesterday where democrats were sort of scrambling to make sure that they had the votes over unemployment benefits and what happened. I think shows right. The slim majority the democrats hold in the power of certain senators. Yeah i mean. Essentially democrats went to the floor and they didn't have the votes and that really rarely happens. Senator joe manchin of west virginia. He's a democrat was an entirely on board with the party's plan for these extended unemployment benefits and he was threatening to vote with republicans on a competing proposal. Dr rail the entire process for about twelve hours yesterday until they finally came up with deal to tweak unemployment benefits to shorten how long they're going to be available for about a month now a lot of republicans just as the benefits were too generous especially with the economy turning around and the mass availability of vaccines expected likely by early summer. The senate did make some significant changes to the version that the house passed. What were those. I think most notably they scrapped the house plan for a fifteen dollar federal minimum wage violated senate budget rules but also it just didn't have enough support among democrats in the senate to pass joe mansion and kirsten cinema arizona. Were both against it. They also tighten the income limits for those fourteen hundred dollar stimulus checks and they'll start phasing out for folks making over one hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year. They lowered the income threshold. The house bill was more generous and they also made those extended unemployment benefits less generous. They reduce the benefit from an additional four hundred dollars a week to three hundred dollars a week. And they're going to expire now just after labor day instead of the end of september. Do you want to know what the white house has signed off on all these changes that they don't have a problem with it and again. I think it's always important to remind people that the broader contours of this bill is. It's still two trillion dollars nearly in very popular democratic spending proposals. So it's also one of the largest standalone spending bills in history and i think democrats overall see. This is a pretty big victory. Those changes though do me in the house will have to vote again before this gets sent over to the white house for biden signature. When will that happen. it should happen next week. They wanna get this done and send it to president biden by march fourteenth because that's when current extended unemployment benefits expire. It should be able to pass the house leaders. There have been looped in on all these changes. They've been looped in with communications with the white house but there is some frustration among house democrats especially progressive democrats that the benefits in this bill. Were basically cut down because of other democrats new jersey congresswoman bonnie watson said that she was quote disgusted by some of her senate democratic colleagues. She questioned whether she could support the reworked version of the bill. I think that's important because house. Democrats have essentially no margin for error. They can only lose three votes on any party. Line vote and still have it passed so there could be some more drama next week Again bottom line from the democrats. I've talked to you. No one thinks the party itself is going to derail major-party legislation that the top priority for the president and also remember. This bill is hugely popular with the public in recent polling. It's not bipartisan in congress. But it is to voters. And that's a message. That biden has been pressing
Biden, Dems prevail as Senate OKs $1.9T virus relief bill
"Senate. Democratic leaders have reached an agreement over unemployment benefits with moderate democratic senator joe manchin ending a nine hour. Standoff threatened to derail action on president biden's covert relief bill. The agreement would extend the existing three hundred dollar weekly unemployment benefit through september the sixth and it offers tax forgiveness and to ten thousand two hundred dollars in unemployment benefits for those who make less than one hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year in a statement released tonight. Senator manchin said we have reached a compromise that enables the economy to rebound quickly while also protecting those receiving unemployment benefits from being hit with unexpected tax bills. Next year joining us. Now on this breaking news democratic. Senator tim kaine of virginia he is a member of the senate budget committee. And the senate armed services committee senator. Kaine good to see you this evening on one hand. I'm not quite sure what what was happening. In the senate for nine hours on the other hand we have crossed an important hurdle at this point and are moving toward the passage of this bill. Tell me what is going on malley. You're right. I mean we've got fifty democratic senators and we need every one of their votes to get this bill which will do so much good for americans to president by his desk. Senator manchin hannah concern about the way the unemployment insurance benefits were structured. And he stuck to his guns and that concern was not my concern. I i really liked the bill as it came over from the house. I think we made it. Stronger of senator manchin needed some additional adjustments to get there. But now we're there and we're gonna rocket four and they're going to be dozens. Maybe hundreds of amendments that republicans will offer tonight and tomorrow but democrats. We have linked arms with president biden said. The american public needs this relief and they needed soon. And we're gonna stay at our desks and tell sometime over the weekend. We send this bill back to a house for a quick vote so the president by to get it next week four unexpected. It's obvious why so. Many americans support this bill. It's not actually a partisan thing it's money that people need in their pockets. It is overwhelmingly popular amongst americans. It is even supported by the majority of republican voters. What's going on. what's what's the reason for. Fifty republicans not voting in favor of this and by the way. No republicans voted in favor of it in the house alley. My my gut is this. I think they've made a strategic decision and remember just replay. The tape back to the beginning of the obama biden administration. They just sort of decided no matter what. The new president offers to rescue the american economy. We're going to be against it. I will say this. This is a bill. That is just chock full of of provisions that republicans have offered in past years. It's chock full of provisions that are desired by republican governors. And mayors as you point out it's full of provisions that are popular republican voters and when it's implemented it's gonna do enormous good for republicans and independents and democrats so they made a strategic decision. That and i can't put myself in their shoes about why they don't want to be four but will be able to bring the final bill out and show you. How much bipartisan Agreement there is this bill. The democrats are just riveted upon the fact. We're still ten million jobs down from where we were laying out here. We've lost five hundred thousand people. Were not out of the woods yet. We're not gonna go slow to go fast. Climb out of this crisis.
Investigations Continue as Questions About the Capitol Riot Remain Unanswered
"There are still a lot of questions about other individuals involved in the attack on the as well as the organization and planning behind it fbi's investigating whether foreign governments groups are individuals may have funded extremists who helped plan and execute the january six attack fbi sources telling nbc news that the bureau is examining payments of five hundred thousand dollars in bitcoin apparently by french national two key figures and groups in the alt-right before the riot kind of weird also know the fbi collected thousands of phone and electronic records connected to people at the scene of the rioting including many records from the members of congress and staff members. Who were there. That day. Senator sheldon whitehouse and several fellow. Democrats have called for senate ethics committee. Look into the behavior of the republican colleagues. Tech josh hawley. In relation to the events of january six and today democratic congressman. Eric swallow of california actually filed a lawsuit. And it's the second lawsuit on this on these actions. This lawsuit accuses former president. Donald trump his son. Donald trump junior republic rudy giuliani republican congressman mo brooks of alabama of violating federal civil rights law and local incitement laws with their speeches at that rally near the white house in the morning of january six lawsuit. Alleges the capital attack was quote a direct and foreseeable consequence the defendants false incendiary allegations of fraud and theft and indirect presponse. The defendants calls for violence. Gerstein is a senior legal affairs reporter at politico where he has been covering the arrest of trump appointing federico klein and he joins me now. Josh i saw this story and obviously this guy was like particularly high up the state department but it i read the story. I thought he had left. He was working there right like until the end of the trump term. That's right chris. I was told. He tendered his resignation on january nineteenth. So that's two weeks after the storming of the capital and it became effective a couple of days later. So i guess he was wandering around at foggy bottom knowing full well that he had taken part as the video appears to depict in this assault on the nation's capital on the congress. Tell us a little more about this individual. So he's forty two years old He served in the marine corps in iraq. According to his mother. I haven't been able to determine much in terms of a work history. He had a couple jobs on capitol hill about fifteen twenty years ago as an intern briefly working for the house. Small business committee but he seems to have sort of potted around to different Different kinds of posts before fetching up at the trump campaign in twenty sixteen. There are pictures on his facebook page showing him a working at trump tower. I believe on election night in two thousand sixteen with a couple of other young men there and then he managed to turn that into a political appointee job at the state department in this special assistant a position. Exactly what he did. There is also a little murky. I have to say. I spoke to a number of people last night. Who worked in this department at the state department office at the state department and a lot of them didn't know him or said they'd only met him briefly he seems to have ended up an office that handled brazilian and what they call the southern cone affairs. I think those are the andes countries and somebody told me he was eventually transferred a believe it or not chris to the freedom of information act office which is not usually the career trajectory. Most people in government are looking for this quote from his mother. Cecelia klein saying that fred's politics burn a little hot. She said i've never known him to violate the law. I believe is. He said he was on the mall that day. I don't have any neural. Ever ask him unless he tells me where where he was after he was on the mall.
Federico Klein Arrested: what we know about the Capitol riot
"We now know that in the mall that stormed the capital on january six pushing into the building in fighting. The police was at least one trump political appointee an active employee of the trump state department on that day. His name is federico klein. That's his picture there. He's forty two years old. He was until his resignation on january. Twenty first of this year a special assistant in the bureau of western hemisphere affairs klein entered trump's orbit tech analyst on the two thousand sixteen campaign he then joined the state department as a staff assistant with the trump transition team. According the fbi affidavit as of january sixth the day that this all went down insurrection. Klein also had an active top secret. Security clearance that same sixteen page f. b. i. Affidavit published today by the new york times reveals. That klein was present in some of the most grisly violent odd setting scenes at the capitol on january six. This image captured by surveillance. cameras shows. Climb in the red maga- hat along with other members of that insurrectionist mob entering a tunnel that leads to the doors the capitol building. You might remember. The police were stationed at the entrance. Desperately trying to use their bodies to keep them about body camera footage shows. That klein himself pushed his way to the front of the crowd. That is the trump administration official in the mob pushing his way to the front of the crowd physically and verbally engaging with officers attempting to stop the invasion it also captured klein violently shoving a riot shield towards the officers pushing it in between doors so they couldn't be closed. Federico klein continued to fight to breach the police line and enter the building. According to the affidavit until an officer deployed a chemical irritant spray also identified client in this publicly posted video from january. Sixth the trump administration official. Who still official. When you're seeing him here you'll see him in the center your screen and the red cap dark green jacket with his back to us. You may recognize that we've shown you pieces of the seen before because in the scene the mob violently tries to break through the police line at the entrance the building and you will hear climb it trump administration official encouraging members of the mob to come forward as reinforcements. I i i. A mob violently attempting to invade the capital. Stop the peaceful transfer of power. And that man frederick climb according to the fbi seen. They're on camera saying we need fresh people to help with the invasion on the day he's still working for the state department later on that same video. The fbi notes that we see further violent action from climb. You can see on the right side of your screen here pushing and shoving with the mob trying to break down the line police. Blocking the doorway the capitol right up against the officers right jailed. And he's visible again just a few minutes later. Struggling with officers pushing back with the shield is they keep trying to disperse the rioters attempting to stop the peaceful transfer of power sign was arrested yesterday. Charged with multiple felonies including assault on police officers interfering with police during civil disorder and obstruction of an official proceeding. New brief court appearance today conducted by phone. He was advised at two of the six charges. He's facing carry a maximum sentence of twenty years in prison. The fbi found interested federico klein thanks in part to tip from the public and the included his photo in a seeking information list posted online. They were able to verify identity and details about his actions through social media and videos like the ones we just showed you but there are still a lot of questions about other individuals involved in the attack on the as well as the organization and planning behind it fbi's investigating whether foreign governments groups are individuals may have funded extremists who helped plan and execute the january six attack fbi sources telling nbc news that the bureau is examining payments of five hundred thousand dollars in bitcoin apparently by french national two key figures and groups in the alt-right before the riot kind of weird also know the fbi collected thousands of phone and electronic records connected to people at the scene of the rioting including many records from the members of congress and staff members. Who were there. That day. Senator sheldon whitehouse and several fellow. Democrats have called for senate ethics committee. Look into the behavior of the republican colleagues. Tech josh hawley. In relation to the events of january six and today democratic congressman. Eric swallow of california actually filed a lawsuit. And it's the second lawsuit on this on these actions. This lawsuit accuses former president. Donald trump his son. Donald trump junior republic rudy giuliani republican congressman mo brooks of alabama of violating federal civil rights law and local incitement laws with their speeches at that rally near the white house in the morning of january six lawsuit. Alleges the capital attack was quote a direct and foreseeable consequence the defendants false incendiary allegations of fraud and theft and indirect presponse. The defendants calls for violence.
7 Year Old Girl Raises More Than $330,000 to Pay for Brain Surgery At Boston Children's Hospital
"Last summer seven year. Old liza scott opened up a lemonade. Stand at her mom's bakery near birmingham alabama. She spent her on. Well exactly what you might expect with. Strike the fancy of a seven-year-old girl new toys and sequined high heels months later this bouncy little girl is still in business but now the money is going toward something entirely different. Something very serious. Actually listen carefully here and you will hear a reference to a brain thing. But what's the money going to go for grain thing. Yeah what she's talking about here. Is the brain surgery. She faces next week at boston. Children's hospital as it turns out. Liza had been suffering a series of seizures and doctors determined cerebral malformations. Were the cause. Her mom elizabeth said that liza was not expected to help with these. 'cause she just wanted to her little stand brought in more than twelve thousand dollars in just a few days time. Nearly all of it through donations and our efforts have helped to raise broader awareness of her situation. Friends family. others who've been touched lies a story. They have already donated more than three hundred thousand dollars
7-year-old Alabama girl helps to fund her own brain surgery
"A seven year old Alabama girl is helping to raise money for her own brain surgery little Liza Scott was diagnosed with brain malformations earlier this year she'll have the first of what could be several operations Monday in Boston her mom Elizabeth says the family learned that even their good medical insurance wouldn't cover all the expenses little Liza wanted to help so she set up a lemonade stand their mothers bakeries savages bakery in suburban Birmingham so far she's taken in more than twelve thousand dollars in donations mom also set up an online fundraiser bringing in more than three hundred thousand dollars I'm Rita Foley
Social Shopping Platforms Surge, Making Influencers Rich
"From wondering. I'm david brown. And this is business. Wars daily on this thursday march fourth. You know they say. A picture's worth a thousand words. But depending on how many followers you have on instagram. That picture may also be worth a thousand dollars or more. Let me explain a decade ago. Instagram was only a year old but personal style blogs were all the rage. Fashion forward bloggers mostly women but a few men would stuff blog posts with dozens of photos of what they were wearing. But one popular dallas-based blogger. Amber vans had a problem. Her blog was driving significant revenue towards the brand she featured in her photos as readers sought to buy the product she shared but she wasn't making a dime and that felt unfair thus reward style was born benz company. Let's bloggers post links to the outfits in accessories. They wear in their posts and if readers click on those links and buy something. The blogger gets a kickback. Rewards style takes a cut to just two years after it was founded. Several of the companies blogger clientele were pulling in millions of dollars in revenue. Vox reported yes. A million dollars just by posting outfit photos in two thousand fourteen vents turned instagram and created the off. Shoot like to know it. Taking brands and photos with the like to know it. Up the influence or makes money parent company rewards style makes money the brands that are shared make money and all is well and ecommerce land and by. Well i mean really well reward style said its revenue. Last year was one hundred and twenty five million dollars and fashion news outlet business. Fashion reported that the platform is driven over a billion dollars in sales for its retail and brand partners part of reward style. Success can be attributed to that thing. We've all been living through for the past year cove. Nineteen as more people stayed home and on their devices influence or marketing became more prominent. According to the wall street journal and brands that were struggling with pandemic related production delays turned to influencers to hype up potential buyers and more companies are leaning on influencers to sell their products. The share of us marketers using influencers is expected to increase to around seventy two percent by twenty twenty two bad according to a report from research firm emarketer and that means rewards styles rivals are ready shop style which was launched in two thousand. Seven is a fashion focused search engine now partners with thousands of influencers to help them monetize. Their posts shop
Texas power grid CEO fired after deadly February blackouts
"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting the Texas power grid CEO was fired after the deadly February blackouts the CEO of the Texas power grid has been fired in the latest fallout after the statewide blackouts that left millions without electricity and heat for days during an extended cold snap last month bill Magnus the CEO of the electric reliability council of Texas was given a two month termination notice buyer cuts board in a meeting Wednesday night bag this made more than eight hundred seventy six thousand dollars in salary and other compensation in twenty nineteen on Monday public utility commission chairwoman deann Walker resigned her post in Washington the house oversight committee is opening an investigation of caught hi Mike Rossio
Nike exec resigns after son used her credit card to fund sneaker business
"High ranking nike executive resigned after a recent news reports revealed that had used the corporate credit card to help his luxurious resale sneaker business and herbert huber he and hiebert who worked for nike for almost twenty five years was most recently the company's vice president and general manager for north america her nineteen year old son. Joe herbert c. They spelled it wrong the first time. Purchase loads of sneakers and flip them for higher. Profits in one instance. He said that he gathered up. More than fifteen people to swarm a website selling pairs of the coveted easy boots and sneakers and use bots to bypass the system limited purchases to one per customer. Who are actually buying them. So he was able to snag them all up. Joe herbert said he bought one hundred and thirty two thousand dollars worth of yeezy s on his mom's credit card. I'm sorry. I'm a credit card and resold them for twenty thousand dollar profit. There's a couple of things that are going on here. So you may twenty thousand dollars on one hundred thirty two thousand one and you just keep one hundred thirty two thousand. You need at least double it. That's not very good Shares and stuff approve. The revenue of his company was making the teen sent financial statements to bloomberg reporter for the american express corporation card. And guess what was on his mother's name last year and herbert was promoted to nike's vice president and general manager for north america and moved the company touted -ly to a less than brick and mortar store and wanted depend on more of the nike app and stuff however she disclosed information that her son's company in two thousand eighteen and nike found no conflicts of interest. Her son also claimed that she was a high up at nike. He never received inside information from her so nonetheless she richie found out that he was using her car buying nike shoes. And all this other stuff and reselling them
The Biden Relief Bill: Who Gets What
"Okay. Who is getting. What in the biden. Bill perio first up is what most adults in. The country are going to get a one time payment of up to fourteen hundred dollars. This is the single biggest part of the bill. And here's where the bill stands. Now if you made less than seventy five thousand dollars either last year or the year before you will get the full amount fourteen hundred bucks beyond that if you made between five thousand and eighty thousand dollars you get a smaller amount and if you made more than eighty thousand dollars you will not get one of these checks for married couples who file their taxes together. The cutoff for getting a check is a combined. Income of one hundred and sixty thousand dollars in these checks are both the biggest and the most universal part of the bill. The exact amount of money that your household will get does depend on a few things in addition to your income. Like whether you have kids or other dependents but even so roughly eighty to ninety percent of all households in the us are gonna get checks for some amount of money and the hope is that people will spend that money to help boost the economy so next step people who are getting money in the stimulus bill. The unemployed four hundred dollars per week on top of what they would normally get from their state in unemployment benefits when there isn't a pandemic and that extra four hundred dollars. A week will last until nearly the end of august and there's a lot of people still claiming unemployment benefits each week almost nine times as many people as a year ago right before the pandemic started. That's more than nineteen million people claiming those benefits right now and a big part of the reason why there are so many is the government has expanded the range of people who can qualify for these benefits during the pandemic and the reason unemployment benefits matter for the overall economy. Is that the allow people to continue spending money while they are between jobs paying their rent buying groceries buying school supplies for their kids yet without the extra four hundred dollars. Unemployment benefits would only replace less than half of a workers lost income on average but with the extra four hundred dollars from the stimulus bill. These benefits will be replacing more than eighty five percent of the lost income for the average unemployed worker up state and local governments. What they're going to get from the bill so tax revenues for a lot of state and local governments have just deride pandemic and some of them have been forced to cut back on services that they typically provide like garbage collection law enforcement mental health and addiction treatment services and a bunch of others state and local governments have also had to lay off one point three million workers especially a lot of workers in public schools teachers administrators janitors. It's one of the hardest hit sectors of the labor market so this bill provides three hundred and fifty billion dollars for state and local governments. And actually that might end up more money than state and local governments lost during the pandemic three hundred and fifty billion dollars is above the range of estimates for how much money state and local governments will have lost through next year. But it's also true that some states and local governments are in worse shape than others and so one of the big debates in the senate is over just how to allocate this money between different states and cities. And we're gonna pass here for a second because if we stop right here just right now out of the cost of those three things that we have discussed the checks that go out to almost everybody. Stimulus checks the bigger unemployment insurance benefits and the money that goes to state and local governments. That is the biggest part of the bill. Roughly half of it around a trillion dollars is going to go to those three things combined yet and there's all kinds of interesting and important stuff and the rest of the bill to so. Here's a few more that we definitely think are worth mentioning. Starting with what parents are gonna get. Yes so parents are going to get an extra fourteen hundred dollars for each of their children and this includes adult children who parents list as their dependence. Yeah so if you are. A family of four people say to spouses and two kids. The total amount. You're gonna get in those one time. Checks is up to fifty six hundred dollars. But that's not all. The bill also increases the size of the child tax credit for one year. So parents will now be able to offset their tax bills by thirty six hundred dollars for each kid under the age of six the really young ones and by three thousand dollars for other kids who are not yet adults bottom line take that same family of four and let's say both parents make less than seventy five thousand dollars each year and let's say their two kids are very young. They're toddlers that family could get a total of nearly thirteen thousand dollars in checks and tax credits because of this bill. Okay and now. Let's look at what schools are going to get kindergarten to twelfth grade. Schools are gonna get roughly one hundred and thirty billion dollars but maybe what's most interesting is what that money is intended for. Yes so this money is not for textbooks. It is for things that make it easier for schools to reopen and operate during the pandemic. So things like improving ventilation buying more personal protective equipment and even changing the shape of a classroom so that social distancing between students is easier next up. The bill includes tens of billions of dollars for loans and grants to businesses and the industry. That's going to get the single biggest amount in grants. So that's money that does not have to be paid back is bars and restaurants yup bars and restaurants. They can prove they lost money. Last year will be eligible for up to ten million dollars each in grants and the bill has set aside a total of twenty five billion dollars for eateries and watering holes and restaurants. And though that is the most any industry is getting in this bill. Some perspective is important here last year. Bars and restaurants lost about a hundred and forty five billion dollars sales from the year before. It's a twenty percent decline and there are still nearly two and a half million fewer jobs in bars and restaurants than before the pandemic and this year knock on wood will not be as bad because people are getting vaccinated. Covid cases are coming down and more of the country is reopening still. That is a huge hole to dig out of
$1,400 checks in COVID-19 relief bill would phase out at $80,000 instead of $100,000
"We report that. Senate democrats are making a change to the coronavirus relief package. That would tighten for some of the direct payments to americans last week. The house approved a plan to give full fourteen hundred dollar checks to individuals. Earning up to seventy five thousand dollars and phase out payments gradually up to one hundred thousand dollars in earnings. The cutoff couples was two hundred thousand now. Lawmakers say people earning more than eighty thousand and couples. Earning over one hundred sixty thousand will no longer be eligible for any stimulus. The senate is preparing for a vote on the package this week.
Flood Insurance changes are on the way
"So we have a home that is not in a flood plain but we have flood insurance and so you may think i'm out of my mind but the deal is we live by two minor. Creeks they come together on our property and they continue enduring heavy rains which can occur in the spring. The creek can start to look like a pretty menacing thing. Thank goodness more than ten years. Living where we do we've had not even close to a flood in our house and we had anything it would just hit our basement. But because we're not in a flood plain in our risk is so exceedingly low. The premium is extremely low. A few hundred dollars a year and now our premiums after a reset coming later this year or almost certainly going down for our flood insurance because our risk profile is extremely low but the coverage i get is up to two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in reality for any damage only occurred to our basement. Then the coverage is essentially twenty-five thousand but again the premium is so low that in the extremely unlikely event that it would happen it would still be worth it. Krista we talked years about what happened to you. There was such a devastating personal and financial experience. When you're home suffered a major flood in two thousand nine. Yeah attack in your area. Ten thousand homes were heavily damaged or destroyed by those floods. And were in a situation with your home where you were in a flood plain but you had a relatively minor creek behind your home and if i remember crummy where i'm wrong. There were twenty two inches of rain and fifteen hours. Is that and then. The sewer backed up into the creek which was really another bonus and your house became. It looked like literally looked like a houseboat. And i remember you and your husband. Mike where on your tenth anniversary tram came back landed and i'm with you at the curb looking at your house. Is tears rolling down your face and you see water just going through your home and that was a brutal experience. The power of water is amazing. But i'll say i. I'm glad that happened to us. Ultimately for me personally only because i found how lucky i was and i had people like you and other people my life who were so good to us and we didn't know what the finances we're going to be like after but we were we were totally fine and Thank goodness had the means to get back in and And take care of things and then what did for me. Was you know when you have a flood. They take all the stuff out and then it gets thrown into dumpsters and everything you have to tear it apart. If you have the kind of damage we had and just seeing all that material stuff It didn't mean anything to me. There were just a couple of sentimental things that matter and so it's really changed my perspective in a positive way. Well that's why you're you that you looked at what was a brutal experience at that time where you were having trouble even sleeping and you now look canada's a positive event most people don't look at a flood is a positive life event and there are because of development patterns in urban and suburban areas of we so overwhelmingly urbanize all across the major metros of the country. We lose a lot of vegetation a lot of areas of tree cover. It increases the flooding risk. Then you layer on top of that. The issues from climate change in so we are seeing increasing flooding activity. And that's why a lot of homes that that may be in a position where yeah they're not gonna flood plain but there's a good possibility the your home could see an invasion of water even though it's not on the flood maps. This would be something you should look at. And see what kind of premium you'd face at fled smart dot gov
Senators to consider Deb Haaland’s nomination Thursday
"The national native news. i mean antonio gonzales. The senate committee on energy and natural resources is scheduled to hold a business meeting thursday to consider the nomination of deb holland for secretary of the interior. The business meeting follows a two day. Confirmation hearing last week were holland. Answered questions from committee members including being repeatedly grilled about the oil and gas industry and her views on climate and the environment as key lawmakers publicly announced their support or opposition a number of tribal leaders directors of native organizations advocates and allies are urging congress to confirm holland making calls writing letters promoting a petition and using social media with the hashtag deb for interior the cherokee nation is including all household members of cherokee citizens and any federally recognized tribal member in phase three of its covid nineteen vaccination plant health officials. Say protecting the community means vaccinating everyone. The oklahoma tribe has administered more than twenty seven thousand vaccine. So far those who meet phase three criteria are being asked to make an appointment with the health center other tribal health clinics across. The country are also expanding. Vaccinations this week. The alaskan native southcentral foundation anchorage cove in nineteen vaccination appointments to alaskans forty years and older. The vaccine clinic is also open to educators and childcare workers as supply allows in bristol bay communities in alaska one feature of daily life that has stayed constant during the pandemic is subsistence. A school recognize that and decided to incorporate it into the classroom l. Brian vanua spoke with teachers and students. About how that's changed learning this year. Audrey penna mary off is a senior at chief. Ivan blunkett school in new studio hawk. She's one of the students in the schools new subsistence class and says it's a great opportunity to learn about and practice subsistence skills. That the class is operatives. -tunities students who or aren't able to go at home another student junior gusty blunkett junior says he appreciates the opportunity to share stories and learn more about his culture. I'm hoping to learn more about what are people doing. Maybe we were told in one day. Tell my stories teaching. Help others bypassing pass on. Josh gates is one of the teachers. He says the classes another way for students to learn and practice a wide range of skills related to subsistence. The obvious ones are mike Knowing how to properly use a chainsaw or knowing how to make an ice fishing pole knowing how to tie fishing hook but the less obvious ones are You know how to maintain your tools and machines that are necessary. Principal robin johns says. It's a way to better align the school's curriculum with the community's traditional lifestyle. Nothing makes me prouder as a principal then to see how eager students are to share stories and pictures of their hunts with me because they know i will be so incredibly proud of them in dealing him. I'm brian van wall. The foundation for individual rights in education filed a lawsuit against haskell indian nations university. And it's president. Ronald graham on tuesday on behalf of the student. Newspapers editor the lawsuit. Alleges student jared natalie's rights were violated in october. The president sent him directive trying to restrict journalism and free speech now he told the lawrence journal world allegations also include the tribal college located in lawrence. Kansas withheld more than ten thousand dollars for the papers us. Graham did not respond to comments about the federal lawsuit. The directive has since been rescinded. I'm antonio gonzales.
Prices for Nvidia RTX 3000 Graphics Cards Are Getting Insane on eBay
"Prices for the invidia. Rtx three thousand graphics cards are getting insane on ebay bc. Meg is covering this article. If you're wondering what's going on with prices on even prices are getting kinda crazy Scalpers our in house charging people two thousand dollars to own in videos. Rtx thirty eighty. Unfortunately the ongoing shortage for the latest pc graphics card is causing the prices for the usa. Too disturbing new heights on ebay. Since mid-september scalpers have been reselling the rtx thirty on ebay for around thirteen hundred to fifteen hundred dollars which is almost double. The original seven hundred to eight hundred seventy dollar cost depending on model but in recent weeks the pricing for the in demand graphics card is only got more insane and actually have a graphic kind of showing the graph prices are all over the place but seems to be general medium to understand the full scope of escaping chicago based data engineer named michael driscoll has been tracking a gpo sales on ebay using a computer script on tuesday. He told us the medium price for the rtx. Thirty eighty has now reached two thousand and seventy dollars the median prices for ebay for all the rtx. Three thousand cards began to balloon in february in the case of the thirty eighty costs. Shot up to around twenty four hundred. The rtx thirty seventy any other hand in a high of over twelve hundred dollars. Us and it's like no world is going on. Numbers only began to drop last week. During the same time invidia lodged most affordable entry in the rtx three thousand series thirty sixty which starts at three hundred and thirty dollars. Prices stopped going up exactly when it launched. The i can't be coincidence. Driscoll told us not a huge drought significant by us meaning. Pc not meet for the increases. I have no way of confirming. But i know many employers give out bonuses in february and people are starting to file and receive tax returns which could be driving some of the price increase. The insanity has also carried over to the amd's latest rate on graphics. Cards scalpers on ebay are now hockey enough for about double the normal cost. It's like a grant allowed guys One factor they do mention is the surge in crypto currency mining which might be creating more customers scars on ebay. Still imagining someone to pay two thousand dollars for a single. Pc graphics card is mind boggling ultimately as a dark time to be a pc builder but you can find ways around. You don't have to get the latest and greatest graphics card can still work with what you have or you can forget buying a pc and building it from scratch and just get one prebuilt to some extent. Probably help you out
How Black residents in America's first city to fund reparations proved they were owed
"Early at my childhood. I was invited to have a play date. My white friends never had a play. That so i want to megan's house. The streets were wider. The homes were bigger and brighter. It was obvious that it was the barrier race that kept us from that because the segregation was race spaced even here evanston illinois or proudly liberal suburb of chicago. The barrier and burden of race have long weighed heavy. Like a winter storm. This is alderman for the fifth ward. Robin ru simmons was born and raised in the historically black neighborhood. She represents this community was red. Line historically and that has come along with Damages that continue today resources were stripped away from the black community along with wealth as well. The city's plan to change that reparations. In idea long-debated proposed over one hundred and fifty years ago. I forty acres of land later mule for formerly enslaved people to share the american dream built on their backs for free. Promise long broke until now. This is a historic vote. Evanston is set to become the first. Us city to pay out reparations. A total of ten million dollars starting with increments of up to twenty five thousand dollars per person for housing. I didn't start my electic. Career even discussing reparations rich. I was looking at data. I was looking at what we had done. And reparations was the only answer the only the only the only any more of the same was gonna only at best help us sustain the oppressed state and the disparity that we have only. That's a big word. The only legislative response for us to reconcile the damages in the black community as reparations why housing housing specifically and homeownership is a path to begin to build. Well when you have stable housing you have an opportunity just to breathe and think about what's next. It provides a sense of place in the community where we're largely renters now and we should be owning. We anticipate litigation with the premise that we cannot use tax money. That's from public to benefit. A particular group of people throughout history taxes were used to benefit a certain group of people while others were excluded from that dino robinson is a founder of shorefront an archive dedicated to chronically celebrating. Black life in evanston a richness long undervalued. His documentation going back to the late eighteen hundreds invaluable in measuring the cost of racism. And the need for reparations of members were moving throughout evanston informing. You know pockets in the city of evanston and it caused the white communities are panic. Like what do we do about this. The response to that panic redlining federally sanctioned project assigning market value to neighborhoods a grading system a to d. The d areas usually relegated to the black community. The area d. was always read. This deliberately pushed evanston black families into an area that became the fifth ward. Segregating them from white families sought after property and ultimately wealth. Things were not loan to black families. Real estate agencies would not show you other than fifth ward. That map still is. The map of are concentrated. Black community are disinvestment today. White residents of evidence have nearly double the income in home value of black residents. This racial wealth gap is prevalent nationally. Black-americans possessing less than fifteen percent of the wealth. That white americans have who i am. Nineteen years old. We moved to evanston in nineteen fifty nine black residents who lived through red line again. Their descendants are eligible for reparations. That includes ben gain senior and his son then junior then senior grew up in nineteen twenties dixon kentucky part of the old south the business end of an era most violent weapon against african americans. Jim crow. He landed in evanston here. Jim crow war smile but still inflicted harm on black homebuyers contractor said fan a lot and it. We're in evanston bill. Whatever you will well when he said that he men in black neighborhoods and we still have these same types of problems.
Obamacare would get a big (and quiet) overhaul in the Covid relief bill
"The covid nineteen relief bill. That passed the house on saturday and is now making its way through. The senate includes an expansion of the affordable care act health care legislation. It would be the first significant expansion of the aca also known as obamacare since it passed in two thousand ten white house correspondent marine groppy reports. This would primarily helped people in two ways. One is for the first time people who are making more than four times. The federal poverty level will become eligible for help paying their premiums so for example if a sixty four year old woman is making fifty thousand dollars. Right now she's not eligible for help but under the law for the next two years she could get subsidies that could make her premium dropped from about thirteen thousand dollars a year to just about five thousand dollars a year. Secondly people who make one hundred and fifty percent of the federal poverty line could get additional subsidy help they already qualify now but the extra help would allow them to buy plans without premiums that have much lower deductibles than what they can afford right. Now there's also incentives in the bill to For the twelve states that have not expanded medicaid under the aca to give them extra money in hopes that they will do so to cover people below poverty in their states who don't currently qualify for medicaid. These changes that are in. The bill are expected to stay in the question for whether they become law is whether the entire bill passes. It's not expect to get much. If any republican support. The democrats need to stay united in order to pass the legislation and get it to president biden's desk and these are provisions that he has promised he has supported and once in there and he's expected to sign the bill into law go relief plan which also includes fourteen hundred dollar checks too many americans and more could enter. Its final stretch on wednesday. Senators may begin. Twenty hours of debate on the measure. That's expected to come to a vote later in the week. Majority leader senator chuck schumer said tuesday. That democrats have sorted through disagreements and now have their eyes set on the deals. Final details senate. Democrats are committed to passing the american rescue plan to crush the virus. Recover our economy and deliver help to americans who need it the most. We're on track to send the american rescue plan to the president's desk before the expiration of the enhanced unemployment benefit which occurs on march fourteenth. I expect a hardy debate. I expect some late nights on the floor. The bill could become law as soon as next week
Zoom rides pandemic to another quarter of explosive growth
"We're going to begin with. I'll call this. I'll call the stock. The star of two thousand twenty zoomed video fourth quarter revenue was three hundred seventy percent higher than a year ago. And i suppose that next quarter is when the tough comps for zoom video will really start to kick in. But you know jim you look at the gross margins. I m video. They're going in the right directions and The stock was up ten eleven percent. Pre-market it's settled down from that but This is a great quarter. It's a great quarter in my notes. Here chris i not to be uncouth about it but i did say you know wrote basically down is there a bigger pandemic success story than zoom video in terms of markets. You know just taking taking an opportunity. And running with it i also love this little minor little factoid. But i love immensely on the conference call. Ceo eric one lead off the conference call by saying i am not a cat here. And that's a reference to the the lawyer with the unfortunate catch filter on him. So i thought that was pretty great. Yeah the quarter. What can you say q four revenues up like you said about three hundred. Seventy percent full year was up about three hundred. Twenty six percent to two point six five billion. They beat whatever expectations you want to assume the street which whatever they they are making a lot of cash they made a boat three hundred and seventy eight million of free cash flow cash. after all. You pay all your bills and all your cap backs the full year they were about one point. Four billion that's only twelvefold from the year before There's about four point two five four point. Three billion of cash on the balance sheet debt. Free balance sheet now. Two billion about is from capital raising in the quarter. The number of customers they added with more than ten employees was up. I think about four hundred and sixty five thousand four hundred fifty seven thousand for the quarter. That's nearly fivefold. There's more than sixteen hundred and forty customers contributing over one hundred thousand dollars per year in annual revenue. That's up about one hundred fifty percent the the dollar expansion rate for customers with more than ten employees. That's kind of the sweet spot. They're not interested in me individually talking to family over zoom but they're interested in institutions with more than ten employees. That's up more than one hundred thirty percent for the eleventh straight quarter so people who come onto zooms offerings come to zooms offerings. Stay and buy more. That's tremendously positive. All of this looks
How a big, queer, black woman is redefining "yoga body"
"Noticed when i post pictures of my yoga practice that the responses i got from people. It wasn't really like that. Many people giving me feedback on my practice. It was mostly people being like. I don't know that people could do yoga. And i would just be like. Why do you think fat people can't do yoga. Fat people do all kinds of stuff all the time and like clearly we have a visibility problem so this is a really fascinating. Turn taking those comments. Which could either understandably caused someone to be like. Fuck you instagram. I'm piecing out But rather see it as an opportunity. And i'm curious why that was for you. Yes if it had just been people saying like wow. I didn't know if that person can do yoga. I like them. Bitch get is because everybody. Does everything concern about that. But on top of that was people being like. I didn't know fat people could do yoga. I'm fat person. Can i do yoga. And so my response to that is hell. Yeah you can do in fact you should and in fact it's not just fat people so that like there'd be so many different kinds of people who will reach out to me be like wow. I didn't know that someone who looks different than what society tells us. They should look like is allowed to do whatever they want. This is inspiring me to do whatever i want and that to me was a motivator to continue to engage with the community and the community. Was i sure. Engaging back justin's instagram accounts started growing photo by photo. She was posting videos of herself. Working through a sequence. He was offering her own advice for complicated poses. And you better believe. She brought her personality along for the ride. This was no like straight laced. Candle lit all white yoga session. No enya playing in the background. She was playing lauren hill in the background and she would encourage her followers to try yoga themselves if they were too nervous and eventually she started getting messages from people asking her to come teach them where they were. They'd be like can you come. Teach me in sweden. can you come to melbourne. Can you come to like venezuela. I'll know dude like literally everywhere. Jesmyn was flattered but she wasn't convinced that the world needed more yoga teachers. It wasn't until after her friends. And even her parents encouraged her to pursue teaching that she gave in and decide to get some training but there is still a problem because caroline becoming a yoga teacher or going through. Why t or yoga teacher training can cost between two and three thousand dollars as a grad school dropout working in a tapas restaurant like gentleman is not making that kind of dough but her parents actually stepped in and helped her which was a financial burden for them but very cool way to support her so she quit day jobs and enrolled going in jesmyn. Figured she'd get this credential hardest poses and that'd be that but about halfway through the through the training we were doing this partner. Yoga exercise and i was paired with someone who is much smaller than i am. She is like five feet tall. I don't know how much you weigh. When you're that you're that she's like that So and then. I'm so we're on opposite sides of the spectrum and as a fat body person i have spent my whole life paranoid about even touching somebody in a way. That could hurt them like. I'm afraid that if i sit too close to someone that i could hurt them like. There's this constant obsessive thought about the weight in needing to apologize for the wait and so the idea of being in this environment where i haven't have to physically put my entire body weight onto this. Very tiny person was horrifying to me. And so i spent like every time that i would even touch her. I would apologize every time. I'd be like oh i'm sorry. Oh i'm sorry. Oh i'm sorry. And after a while she stopped me for hand on my shoulders literally and looked in my eyes and was like you do know. You don't have to apologize for everything right. And i laughed because laughing is one of my defense mechanisms and i was like. Oh yeah sorry I guess i just was apologizing for existing and to hear me say it. She just caught her eyebrows. Me and like went back to the but i was shook i was like. Are you kidding me. i think i don't deserve to exist. i think i'm apologizing for existing. Is that how long have i been thinking that like have been thinking that since birth
"thousand dollars" Discussed on Way Too Broad
"A shame ed jets coming up can it's been a good board jack into no this is oh fun it's all fun and i think i think there's like it's also not the sort of spin him around in circles and then just like ah mashed a at the right time and you get them off of him you know like the the it's just fun it's just it's just fun to be sounds amazing around yeah yeah so i i don't know how much we pay for it the one thousand dollars a pound untitled goose game price let me tell you nineteen ninety nine oh i think it's on sale right now probably for fourteen ninety nine dr bennett by that but i don't have a switch with me right now a tire went you switch kylie has it to oh why do we have to they only have one in have through they're gonna swim i read the little blurb on nintendo's website about this game yeah title is it's a lovely day in the village and you are a horrible goose title goose game slapstick stealth sandbox where you are goose let loose on an unsuspecting village make your way around town from people's back gardens to the high street shops to the village in signing up prank stealing hats talking a lot and generally ruin everyone's day featuring horrible goose that's you a town full we'll just trying to get author day you hit them a dedicated hong button exclamation point exclamation point description the fucking incredible yeah it's really fun game i i recommend once i get the plan as of right now now is for me to get the switch back at thanksgiving whether or not kylie comes if not she's going to hand it off to you guys somehow so that i can play pokemon which comes is out the week before thanksgiving early argon switch so she's going to switch hands good luck output so it was great it was ads they've were it was great cool out need hannah thank you i made sprucing so yes let's do homework aaron me okay hello yeah definitely does count as a repeat no it's the beginning which i mean they should just call it podcast i originally was again participate in referring to it as a food cast but if you're gonna find it it is called the bon appetite of students called the cast yes i don't know why they felt like they had to like throw that little sprinkle a fancy in their rap oh that's got rapa written all over they probably so check i believe it's weekly weekly you can eighty anymore that's cool ben was over my homework i started end with humor actress to watch the righteous gemstones on HBO guess from someone get on their watch it fence punch twitter thumbs as nicely proved ben get on there look at that threat i made him his pictures and that article with a bunch of baby pictures the sweet girl when she was six weeks old matures nicely ben keep on working the okay cool l. to keep it up champs you can only please send my okay homegoods go play untitled goose game on the switch and just do it fun do and do it emmitt twitter and instagram are both at hand apology is it wow k we also have social needs we have a twitter at to broadcast.
"thousand dollars" Discussed on Way Too Broad
"Is like the letter x. musical which is beset wells musical which i don't think has the worst the musical in it was fucking amazing only like one a one time that i felt like one time about it one time otherwise it's been just really delightful at reporters is like really jovial and enthusiastic and kind of sounds like he's salivating just a little bit like like an appropriate out when he's talking about this food so i like it that's cool that's cool dopes yeah i could i could definitely i see him being an interpreter on his little does and stuff it adds up i'm really a fan of chris lately this is like my new main fave at this moment i like him a lot oh i watch the news radio by the way what you think i'm just wild wild wild ride is a good sure they've got a group they've got their anchor grew they're all crew occur true grew i think they shouldn't be cooking it is really impressive like i mean i oh because of you guys have other youtube channel but it's like a whole proper thing like they've they've i mean it's a whole it's a real thing yeah there you too goes i mean they've got almost five million subscribers and it's really one of the one of the things that has been wildly successful for them and i think as such like their content is getting so flynn good on whole of their platforms so oh oh speaking of fucking investing in content did you see the video that just came out at the you know the series with molly that's where they like have learned to do with thing no oh i know of it they're the latest one they got hegemony a very code something that means they only eat chestnuts their whole lives thing it's like a fifteen hundred dollar a pound or something or one hundred dollars a pound dollars now hundred fifty remember is very expensive to two million dollars i i i got an email about it i think but i haven't checked baz gave me a call you know it's funny guy an email from mona today that says get to know us and like i know you as a fifteen hundred dollar lag of ham displays hundred fifty thousand the hundred and fifty dollars if you're on the train going south at miles an hour taylor pam going miles of dollar backwards chest contracts dollars they should watch it i will absolutely watch that that is that is definitely even like go and find it at my watch later section should reminded me here because molyvann listen i love shirk heater i would love to to get a big piece like that slice little shave dollars is it here we go soeda minna riot they saved watch later it's done she looks good thrilled that's a good series i'm just saying that that was expensive series to do or episode to do yeah and they can do it because they've been just on their bullshit yeah just really all over you know when it first happened that i got was getting into bone FTE i was like how do they afford this i'm getting this great magazine for fifteen dollars a year now like oh yeah they're they're doing maximizing revenue ev arose yes they're also part of maybe miami i mean they're probably making a lot of youtube bad money his but there's not ads in them is there i think i'm pretty sure no i'm pretty sure watching every time hooking army yeah here we get only that bad so i will do it i think yeah i think four point four six million fifteen thousand dollars and bingo you're kidding eh well that's great i'm glad that you're helping them get it yeah me too my time yeah that's my session awesome i'm sticking to it a great great obsession great podcasts yeah you're going to see all your friends that were just like in the midst great gestation visit good podcast thing that we set out to do yeah that is what i meant yeah it's nice to hear this fricke so check it out you like it out check it out all right then is next the order that we did drinks in ben is next we fucked up the drinkers then we didn't fuck up and actually it was necessary for the joe but we did a bit goes we did it for the vine yes my maps sh- nation it's a it's a it's a comedy television program it's i'm sorry it's not TV it's HBO yeah and it's called the righteous gemstones what have you heard of it nothing's called nothing's call talk about it on pods no i've never heard that it might have mentioned it as an upfront thing now roy i've never heard it in my life it's a it's a it's a danny mcbride thing you mentioned it wasn't so you didn't make having deja vu though like i've heard of it but i could have just heard of it elsewhere i don't know that is from you you know what i was thinking about that this weekend about that's a place there's a place in your brain that whose function is to store haven't talked about what what you told who who you told what you're it's like an index there's a whole index in your brain of like what things you've told the who crazy it's crazy it's pretty good for what it is it's remarkable really good for all of the people that you talk to you can like thirty reliably except ben right now despite my pleading with him uh but like generally it's pretty spot on continue bed i've never i've literally never drag it's it's bride show created it and part of writing it and you guys know dente mcbride is right yeah it's all about the show stopped talking it's awesome starring john goodman and adam devine from workaholics and other stuff you don't like him is that is that fair what don't you like him maybe unseen anything where i found his character likeable did you see workaholics role he certainly wasn't likeable in that i don't think any of the it's true i do feel like he usually plays like asshole characters that's probably why i feel like he's a national continues though okay that's and then also stars eddie patterson who is not as well known but she's not on comedy bang bang a lot and she playing really fucking hilarious character named being done and she was also in the between two ferns movie she played like the the the boss the public access station she was really she that character she was playing was basically being dip but she and she is like outstanding in the righteous gemstones i think she'd should get an emmy for it she so good it's about what's bad about like an evangelist family like it's basically like loosely based on the baker basically like a super rich television family and before the events of the show the mother amy lessons gemstone so i told her i just gemstones amulya gemstone like the matriarch dies and this is kind of like the aftermath of that of them trying to keep everything together walton coggins also in it do you know him yeah i think he recognized if you look him up he's been in a lot of things just he's one of those faces that pops up everywhere israel he's always really good but yeah and also there's like a whole i mean this is all like the i like the whole blackmailing thing that's kind of the main driving plot is someone is blackmailing danube-rhine characters name is jesse gemstone is the eldest child of the family because he did bad thing i'll let you watch the watch the show yeah blackman great i said blackmailing not bribing yeah i don't know what is wrong with my head today i'm very tired i was looking being a little smaller than normal no no get tired heads shriek it's our ed's only dollar properties and other some other things he plays he plays eighty patterson's boyfriend who make the kind of own only somewhat progressive character in the show and just like he's very funny he's he's a funny character when so when you say like danny mcbride show and the actors that you've mentioned most of them would i think of is something like well i never actually watched eastern i didn't either but lay but like something like a like more on the like totally absurd aside like that that like leans heavily like extremely wealthy televangelist thing and just like very obviously greed driven but i think there's an element there still some serious somewhat serious drama in it will even the production i mean like no no it looks the way that it is shot makes it look a little more serious than something like he's i haven't seen i haven't why didn't watch eastbound and down or vice principals this other kind of big show how much either so i don't really know how it compares honestly but it's definitely a speed definitely super over the top and end like mainly focused on the comedy aspect of it looks gets really great i like it quite a bit nice to watch it yesh it's got a song unoriginal song called misbehave in that was actually written by danny mcbride needy patterson that just get stuck in your head for days after you hear it do y'all look source that oh my gosh speaking of songs getting second your head for days some okay sorry i'm getting like weird indeed back or something in my head goes cat hello hello hello hi in those ghost caddy didn't meow or here how it goes cat it was just a ghost in a ladder why would jack see it wasn't a cat jack helme seek it was a ghost cat like beginning of the episode all right he say who lives under your ladder collection okay that makes sense yeah so anyway i was gonna say i when we were at the at the show this weekend last weekend it i bought this like USB card thing that had on it all of beast ed wells music that she has like so far released and like i was planning on putting into my computer but like on a whim i plugged it into the USB thing in my car and it komo just immediately started playing like a c. n. made me so happy and and can i tell you i'm hearing all new dimensions of so many of her songs that i've known for a long time time just because the audio quality is like so much better ESPN under me neither my gosh should i turn yeah i never really believed like i know technically that the that streaming something from online makes it like less gives it like less fidelity to ever how great is embarrassing sorry i never been particularly noticeable until this moment the righteous gemstones i'm going to watch that that's my shit it's done do your thing now under foam except up wait ago that's funny because we're all in different states like is meant to california and i'm in north carolina lena five fifteen hundred okay you hear my guard tell us i love high nervous i was so nervous that it was going to be bad wins because it's been ben and i seem to have bennett szeswith ben hi i'm very proud of ben yeah we're proud of ben yeah yeah he's good brother but no i was worried because actually i shouldn't have been because you're not really twitter anymore ben but like sean i'm not sure that's true you were off it for a while right no i am i know you are i don't go away my but i have to let him talk yeah i was nervous the bennett are going to have the same session because like bannon i seem to run in similar twitter circles and like usually if i'm seeing plot something on twitter there's like a decent chance that session okay is it tells of magic faulk if i tell you it's a it's a game at enough that's a game sought a game is the last part to trailer no that was really exciting to this week they released state for the last two now so weak after kylie's birthday before oh wow well i guess you know what you're getting her easy peasy as peasy it's a switch game is it fire emblem no ben is it switchblade it's untitled is on title a lot about this because it's called untitled goose game i saw a lot about this in fifteen thousand saloons twenty dollars a pound much you can do it he did a good job lay down please push him he's fine he's he's he's comfy okay so untitled goose game is a game for the switch it came out sometime in the last couple of weeks i think and we bought it tonight so aw like that one yeah i like that song and and we've only so we played the first you start off in like this garden and you play goose and there's they're here the designated buttons that you have you have obviously can move around with a joystick waddell around on your little goofy yeah and the animations really cute to you have a honk.
"thousand dollars" Discussed on Way Too Broad
"He was like people were like they're throwing catching him and then he likes looked at the cameras like unlike aguilar which is like the name of who received on the truck to learn is philly shit in my life that's pretty amazing people love their sports in their stores et people mentioned are caused the red sox have been eliminated from the post season already before it started then does that mean they can't world series those they can't even they just were bad this year people they fired their GM also and then apparently the owner announced today that they're gonna try and slash payroll which means might have to give up one or more of the core team from the twenties in rhode series which just folks that just seems like a not a way to win the world series next year or came and get in through the whole like there's a thing where in baseball where if you if you pay your if this person on on throws the ball and then percent it it's so weird no there's a thing called i think it's called injury tax or something where if you're payrolls too high you have to pay a fine on top of that to the league or some shit like that and the red sox had the they had the highest payroll in the league twenty eighteen i think maybe this year to the start of the season so yeah they had to cut they're cutting stuff 'cause they're tired of that well dang i'm going to the last game of the season on sunday like it's going to be pretty sad header playing the orioles are just really really bad too it's just gonna be maybe they'll win in probably but it will be even sadder they probably won't even be playing baseball there are so bad both of them are so bad cricket care these people in their sport uh-huh who else says upfront i haven't upfront thing to mara oh is pride in a time of year i know i know i've got a fresh gay haircut for it i am excited a bunch of rambo things it's on the rainbow bro you mentioned a couple of days do you know it's not why specifically but it's definitely gonna be worn tomorrow not like under everything like it's going to be you know jeff obviously not you know the only thing but yeah that's that's definitely a factor you know i'm not gonna say it really can't being in your decision to buy barbara the veto yes so we hold it in september because it's quote unquote less hot it's going to be a high tomorrow air global warming it doesn't exist anymore i'm a global warming but less hot doesn't eh i do want to also we told more of a story about the place where we stayed than the musical itself but like just to emphasise soga really fucking amazing and we sat in the front row which like yes was awesome and paid off in got pull at the closing number was the big dance thing and we pulled up on stones danced with the cast and with be and it was on it was so fun actually was in the same we were laughing we were laughing at hand i kept kind of like as a soothing mechanism can it be like she's going to be in a she's going to sing in it take a lot but then it evolved into like like i think she's in this music we've found opportunities to bring that up to each other a lot so it was also like eric and i were both the reason we started talking about that with because we both were like dan i'm i'm excited for this musical but i'm nervous that i'm not gonna like the songs as much as when basing them because she's got such an amazing it's like that's what we really walked in thinking but like the entire cast was so incredible like there was not like a weak link in the entire thing they also wonderful together it was amazing to hear she's so good at building these harmony she's doing with loop pedal for so long but then you had the chance to you know spread those harmonies out across eighteen people like it was amazing was it or was it was there a book also it was a buck did she write that yeah and it was directed in good like it was it was really good and all of new songs like we didn't recognize about three that we did recognize and then the rest were like new as awesome wait for them to to come out i i'm hoping the cast recording 'cause they're like i that can't be the first and only time i hear them like they're raising so agree agree everyone needs to see this as a goal yeah i'm trying to get someone to put it on cape cod i haven't i haven't gotten into the nitty gritty of that yet yeah try to actually try to have tried but i have more stuff to nail down more people i want to reach out john i just haven't had time yeah no doubt hana's like wheel and deal in it actually with be said was like full support so i'm trying it's it's been hard to it's been a week i'm not going to beat myself up over not having uh-huh yeah he wasn't listening organization do beat you up for motivation to get your deal done you know did you not beat myself up for not having a new deal then maybe myself up for not having a new ah say wow we could end this thing right now well we're just here tonight let's do a story about the word while oh my okay when kylie was in DC recently she went and saw cirque du soleil show with some of her coworkers and as part of the show search association says there's always kind of like one clown type person at the beginning who usually is the only one that speaks at all and they kinda like are always kind of doing something in the scenes like in the interstitial parts of eliciting stuff up this one the one of that show apparently like i said the word wow allot in a really funny way and so like kylie will when when whenever there's an opportunity to say wow shall i say a couple times like as she described the i says the circus soleil show and so it's like a reference that's kind of only for it's just really funny experience where like also start doing like weight i wasn't actually i wasn't even there but i'm sitting example it gives us a recreation of wow wow wow wow wow it's a bunch of little rapid succession little ones issues like trying to get it like say it in the way that he said it or did he look he he spoke with the word while totally though i kind of like that like you up different inflections and do them all in a row funny speaking of like saying an inside joke to yourself while we were in maryland i was hanging out with a lot of cats and one of the cats bernie has really great beans and i was just touching his beans and i kept saying out loud to myself you know where they're being get episodes and just send is that i fucking love i would little squeezes little beans and just say out loud over and over again you know where they're being when you lose like like snapped it was like i don't know what you're saying man and so that's what happened to me wow wow that's a really left to say i finally let's remember that at all you know the fifty two that's a long time ago said hannah said it you said it it was about that would be just about a year uh-huh wow window how that's kind of that's kind of the main one wow wow let's get into it let's let's get into it erronous i oh wow okay this week he can't he can't blame me because i think it's i think it's still counts my obsession is the bond apetite food cast that apollo hopes it adam rappaport the editor in chief and wears harshest critics for mates he calls it bon apetite and i was like i'm not going changed the way i said yeah i certainly think to it i guess on we were in maryland throws listening to it while i was driving around and then i listen to it a lot yesterday when we were coming home and is just a frigging delight you know it has fricks on it who have been watching videos for and so it it just feels like hanging out with this fricks when it can't be looking at a screen like i can actually have a constant stream no matter who it it's amazing so there are a lot of this thing yeah they've been shorter for a bit who's he have on usually new episodes of listen to so far i listen to one this morning he had it was an old one so while finishes listening to one a year back because i wanted to listen to more fall ones because i was listening to someone's in hearing all sorts of great semi recipes that i can't make any more his apprentices kind of like fading out uh but i was listening to head chrissy teigen on to talk about her new cookbook yeah that was such a fine episode two here talk about like just like everything she's amazing carlo lally music is has been on there several times his face andy what's his face has been on there you know chris who's one of the shafts just like all of the flips that oh so far brad claire haven't been on yet that i listened to but they had her wine person on there that was fun the my only gripe about it and i will say this but i find this a lot with a lot of podcast hosts in that interview style is that rappaport isn't interrupt there're he's just i'm not saying i'm an interrupt your certainly but in that inner view style it drives me up a wall when somebody asked some you know has specifically had somebody on to like get their expertise their opinion ends or thoughts about something and then like asks the question and doesn't wait for them to finish like interjects with like his thoughts does it's hit or miss sometimes it's really bad some as chrissy teigen you can't interrupt her she liked this team roll through you so i really but there was there was an episode where i felt like i might have been predicting but i felt like the interviewee was was feeling a little annoyed about it but that was.
"thousand dollars" Discussed on Way Too Broad
"Can you settle just like please i'm settled my gosh he's bobbins core he's been so nice okay he's coming back on my lap jack i'm gonna movement uh-huh hello and welcome to way too broad a show and tell program for really really ridiculously excited grownups i'm hannah and these are my co host erin ban higher hey han hi ben hello ooh australian y'all i'm really excited for this week i got we got some exciting things to talk about i want warn everyone if there's like weird noises is probably my cats elaborate now go scout august cat who lives under the ladder and hannah's ladder collection my ladder collections secretly has been a ghost collections well time i also have a feeling that this week is somewhat of a sleepy friday edition 'cause i'm catching sleepy bye ribes from ben and i am certainly sleepy but i might be projecting mice deaf tired i'm in a really good fucking mood kellyanne serves in a bad mood risotto tired you fucker really really good energetic mood i excited you're gonna care areas i'm you know drinking while that's a that's a spoiler i'm doing my best to get there while also preserving the integrity of my future time really good description of what you're drinking without saying what you're drinking thank you guys it can get into that area because i think that europe i read drinking okay i'll just tell you drinking i'm drinking a couple of ice water also drinking some orange cream fizzy messy water also drinking some third calf messy water drinking hannah i have some the strawberry lemonade fizzy messy water well this is one of our up front so would we were handed iran d. c. c. musical which was amazing that's the sound mazing thing but we when we arrived in in DC after driving to baltimore washington we're eating this cafe and they had this big vat of ice water in the next to it they had this big vat of ice water with cucumbers in lemons limes at it and i was across the room getting myself a cup of of this fancy ice water yell over at drake and she's like yeah and i go regularly or fancy water ngos what am i go regular fancy water and she goes did you see water all on water drinks are now messi set of saying what you're drinking or were you want a drink you just have to describe it in terms of what kind of messy water and we did that for the rest of our yeah it was really very efficient i would say much more efficient signi five minutes to communicate that i wanted an ice lot but we did get ice law taste eventually and they were very they're very cut mostly water description as you end up on the best one i think was he cow water over ice with messy italian concentrated caffeinated water mostly water yeah yeah messy larry accurate yeah so what are you drinking bed yeah just have two cups clean water regular water clean water water clean water messy clean water oh cool so everyone start using messy water instead of all those other that other massive words because not useful as not as useful as messy as you just mentioned that are used beverages or all liquids what do you mean like what's another kind seawater ear out your messy wanted thing ah release mostly water diarrhea though yeah it does it does which which makes me feel like maybe that's justed maybe that's like body water or blood body messy water olivo auguin SNL gets you don't wanna be guessing whether someone's talking about a potable liquid or p but pillars also windex and bleach yeah no liquids i think messi water needs to not kill you if you drink it it needs to be it is still messy water because you can't technically throw up a lot do you experience no i'm saying what if there's quid makes you throw up a lot is it still like was that you're like i've had people still call it okay what if it almost kills you to go and get get have you fluids and your girlfriend dumps heat because of it will be messy water they think about water conference listeners way in land weighing waters throws when i can i really looked show kevin iranians brothers had sp brothers joke a joke that was technically a job in you did it like that wayans brothers wasn't the joe yes those also good i like that is it good to have you yes definitely yeah so we went to not really DC at any i guess we probably were in the DC city it's pretty pretty hardcore avoided actual DC back to the suburbs and air bjarte yeah definitely yeah at the airport aaron he came into the airport why am i saying airport so weird weird i came into the airport because i really had to make some messy water i was gonna make messy water in my vehicle had picked up so i did that at the airport you know there's almost no form of messy water that you'd want to make in your car almost no form yeah i mean like if you had a sodastream in there yeah carbonated messy water to weird place for sodastream how can this guy that could life ego on the go oh you know i don't i've never made any kind of messy water my car gaff is on the way to her biz you know but yeah we had a great time we ended up staying okay can i talk about the greenbelt yeah surly erin and i stayed in our hotel was in a city called greenbelt and we had some time to kill before we had to check in so we went to this cafe where the messy water was at the original messy water and it was called the new deal cafe tell the other funny thing about that cafe oh so like online it was like vegan like plant based like completely plant based said like plant based on the front of it but they had action in their menu that just said like listed off a bunch of different kinds of burgers and so i ask what they use for the burgers and the the waiter i was like oh beyond beyond burgers sometimes we have a full meat burger but i don't think we have it right now what you ordered a copy and they were like would you like any soy milk or almond milk in her coffee and they didn't they had a brunch menu and they didn't have eggs or any dairy liyan except apparently sometimes they have like a full-blown meat burger so weird according to the person who works there like like i have no reason but to trust that person yeah they seem pretty trust wow i couldn't even get a fucking egg and there were ah except for like beef burger which we have sometimes what are the conditions when you do have it really could burgers at my house like i cook a lot in meat i love meat i love cooking meat but bird here's our late show meaty greasy like that i think of light it's amazing i just so strange so i found out later about that place that it's a it's a like customer owned coop like you like there are like there once i own it we noted there's a group of like kinda like member customer people who like just own it together i don't know how you get into that club you probably have to live there but but yeah at a restaurant new deal uh cafe which we didn't think much of the name at the time but as we're walking around green belt merrill and i was like this is like reminds me of like those like a sort of manufactured suburban places that that we're like a thing in the thirties order were and yeah we're looking at all the plaques and stuff there was community building that had this really weird like almost like egyptian looking big panels of like civic duty stuff i like it on the sides of it and everything that we could find everything had like a plaque in front of it talking about when it was bill and it was all built around the same like few years van in the thirties and so i was like this is interesting research this when i get home and it turns out that greenbelt maryland is one of three cities that were bill the government as part of like the whole new deal thing looks cool and it was supposed to be like the ultimate model for like a perfect what not a not a city city is not the right word they were trying to get out of the cities today or something yeah exactly yeah like utopia so it's like that's hi it's called green belt is that it originally was built to have a green belt all around like the main center of of the community and then so that the and then like a lot of spaces where people could like wide places people to walk without having to deal with cars and stuff and like actually was it still it was very cute and and stuff like it was a nice little like downtown area but it was interesting that like that was designed and built that way any senses by the government by like by progressive engineer names and then you had to apply to be part of the city and it was like a hundreds of people applied and they only had like you know let i think maybe less than one hundred like houses to fill when it first i like yeah that's really cool it was the first one it was the first one i thought it was really keen of hannah to like pick up on that was there was something strange about it laying but i wasn't really picking up on that as much as hannah zoos really like the new did the new deal cafe remind you of that at all like did that spring to mind the new deal now at the i actually didn't know the new actually was part of like it was right dead center in the middle of this like this down that was built for it was like right across the street from a movie theater that they built at that time and stuff thank you it was part of it like it was part of the history of the place but it wasn't the thing that made me start thinking about it means more like the first thing that popped in my head when you said it well we thought the new deal is a new deal on veganism which isn't completely sometimes full beef burgers uncover name in that way because it's like we're the new thing 'cause veganism being popular new thing and then also is built in town created by the oh i like it yeah yeah so anyway that was interesting we just like landed that was a coincidence yeah coincidence yeah that's very cool and that it was kind of strange to to get our hotel we had to drive through wendy's drives through i mean we have to drive all the way through it might happen yeah i definitely like made a joke like now go into that wendy's and then we and then we both laughed and then we realized we just missed the turn because that was they released drive into the newsroom but yeah that was a it was a great little weekend trip we did was so it was so nice we saw a kitten before the show the show is fucking incredible edible when when did you sneak why and how that in just a striking i think it might have been just only mildly separated from its fabulous stride kitten yeah i remembered randomly last night that when hazel was i found she couldn't meow and the there's like this i forget the name of the website let me find it real quick there's this like pet kind of website with the foxy called pet kind of it's called family family pet dot com and they wrote an article about her called strike hit in lost her meow l. and it was kind of like an article and also a way to promote this cute kitten who was up for adoption and they talked about how like right when right when she was found she like right away was climbing on the woman who founders nameless jackie his climbing on her shoulders and like wanted to cuddle real bad and is like trying to yell and get attention by yelling and then like by after a couple of days she started to squeak a little bit and then start a squeak all the time as just like number one they're a bunch of pictures the video of hazel when she was a kitten in that article and she so fucking cute and then also like she does all that stuff still like she now that she can she can definitely meow now but it's still a little bit squeaky and she's still like yells and she wants attention when she wants to cuddle she'll follow you around elling and also she loves to climb on shoulders and so nice i'm last also got sentimental and posted a thread of like i took pictures from the article and put them side by side with more recent pictures hazel that were similar after's it's just is so cute on everyone to beauty the code and why she can me out because in this picture she clearly a little baby owl and said right when you're right you're right now you're in you're right oh my goodness my voice this mattress about from it's from lake that lady who said that in the news how did you see the guy who the philly guy who you like help save people from a burning building or something and then while he was being interviewed may he was he's a an eagles fan and like managed to throw in how upset and he was the eagles while he was being interviewed as a hero for saint people.
"thousand dollars" Discussed on Clockwise
"To Leonard for the support of clockwise and all of relay. FM Alright halftime has come to an end Mr microsurgery and what do you have for us. There's a midnight Green iphone folks and I can't wait to try it but everybody inevitably than says something along the lines of but you're just gonNA slap a case on it so you'll never see the Keller anyway and so my question. Shen for you is if color is your thing if you don't just go and say I want this iphone size and I don't care what color comes in if you actually do pay attention to the color why why do you pay attention to the color if you put a case on it or do you not put a case on your phone so this is kind of a funny question. I actually I'm trying to pry the case off off of my iphone right now to see when colored on a bus. Are you be careful. I'm not on a bus it is. I have a black IPHONE. I have color is totally inconsequential to me because iphones are too slippery for me. Even though I am a careful in coordinated person who does not trump my phone ever so far and I always have a case on it so I I don't really care about the color but a lot of people love color so and there are such things as a clear case it and lots of people have those so so I think colors do appeal to a Lotta people but not to me I for years have only had the the black iphones but like green is my favorite color so I'm planning on ordering a midnight. Green iphone because I'm excited about that. I've they've also ordered apples clear case because they I figured why not I usually use my phone in a case. It's usually just basic sort of silicone sleeve thing. Usually I always feel weird putting like ten bucks on daughter phone yeah but it makes a difference every time I take the case off this phone so good looking and so. I think he's back on now so I'm going to clear case route this time because I'm just intrigued to have a phone. That's a different color like it never really mattered to me that much but but now that there's a color that actually want. I guess it does make a difference so Dan I don't know. Did you actually see the green or are you not saying I've only seen the web what's on the website right so so this question was interesting to me because the green to me when I saw the photos at least just sort of looked like space gray but not quite as good and and reading about it and people are saying Oh. It looks really good in person whatever personally I don't care my phone. Immediately goes in case. I'm looking at it in a case right now. I do know that I have have a space gray phone but you know I almost never see it as shelly was saying so yeah for me. It's it's not anything that really matters as a customer. I have purchase the black or close to black phone for as many years as possible and that's just been what I've been interested in but I do think it's interesting. How apple keeps keeps changing the colors and if you said you know a couple of years ago I really liked the rose gold phone. Suddenly you can't get that anymore but they've got a different goal than they've got this green now and It's an interesting way that I think they're trying to make the phone more appealing to people in addition to the various upgrades that we talked about early on so I think I think it's interesting even if most people do wind up putting the phone in a case so with the introduction of this next iphone one of the things that they've done is they've changed the way that they make the back plate glass and so it's not going to be in theory as slippery as the current round of iphones for the first time in a long longtime. I'm GonNa try going casteless. Oh you're a fool. Well see I would but let me just go ahead and not only check my privilege but also may what is it disclosed my privilege. If I were to drop and break my phone I would not have to pay for it so I I might be a fool but I'm I'm a fool who doesn't have to worry about the pool with somebody else's money that someone else's money so I don't know that that means that now is the time for me to start dropping and breaking phones or I will continue to be as careful as I am with my a device and it won't be an issue and I'll get to proudly display this green that I fought so hard for. I didn't really fight that Hartford but I'm very happy about it so thank you all for your answers on that and for indulging my nonsense and let's go ahead and move on to our last topic which comes from Shelly so my question in is not about anything in that was announced yesterday talked about talked about even mentioned. I had to search the Internet to figure out whether they were GONNA be releasing macos Catalina next week. They are going to be releasing. Iowa's thirteen so hopefully you guys have been using Catalina so you have some familiarity with it but I'm sure you know about features that are coming up that you're looking forward to or looking forward to and that's what I am curious about out. What macwoods Catalina feature are you most or least excited about using in its final form when Catalina comes out next month in a rare remove of heresy. I have not install catalina on any of my computer. I kept hearing very bad things about it from developed friends so I kind of held up yes so but I have I am familiar with the features and in looking over them the one that stood out to me was the ability to use my apple watch to approve more things on my Mac. I really like ah the ability to unlock my Mac with my apple. Watch and I like being able to use apple pay on my Mac with my Apple Watch because I don't have any MACs with fancy touch. Id but yeah the ability to just sort of verify my identity using that instead of typing in my password all the time that is a big time saver and I'm looking forward to giving that a shot while you you stole mine so I actually everything you just said is true. I've got a Mac mini on my desktop touch. Id and I have a really long password because I wanted to be secure secure so yeah. It'll be nice to be able to use the watch for that but I did have a backup and it's weird. It's a tiny note that they mentioned but shared folders in the notes. It's APP. If you use notes with anyone else with your family or anything like that anytime you make a new note you need to share it with them and so I've got twenty different notes shared with the people and if I could just have there I would have to share it once and I'd be all set so I'm excited for for that to be possible in the future but actually like the second half of Shelley's question which was the least favorite or at least looking forward to feature which is how many notification permission boxes. You're going to have to Jenny if you have for people who have used Catalina and if you've used Mojave at all you've seen some of this when something wants to access your microphone like we're all recording today. If the first time you used it you had to say yes you can access my microphone and that permission lasts forever or as long until you revoke it but on ten fifteen on on Catalina it is so much worse and everything needs permission and it is exactly the MAC verse about Vista from whenever that would have been ten plus years years ago except now suddenly you're. Mac is going to be asking you for permission to do everything so everybody have fun with that this fall. It's an absolute nightmare nightmare. It makes me mad and makes me cry and makes me sad and I've taken to just which which I hate that I have to do but I've taken to just dragging and dropping many of the APPS that I use daily into the privacy setting for full folder folder access or all file access or whatever it is. That's in the privacy setting that lets these stinking APPs just access the files. I'm using for goodness sake and so I will kurt ranting because this is a thirty minute show and my choices sidecar I find the ability to use my ipad with my Mac very fascinating and in particular with APPs that are specifically made for Sidecar so adobe illustrator are later Adobe Photoshop some others that will be able to take advantage of the Apple Pencil is an actual input device and I have always wanted one of those whack calm way com sin teak tablets because I was a freelance graphic designer for several years and the ability to use my ipad a pet to do those things is so exciting and so yeah despite all of the other things that are annoying about Catalina. I'm really I'm really happy about sidecar well. It's so interesting I don't find the permissions thing the privacy stuff that annoying as you guys have it really is just the first time but I will say that's why I was late. Getting on this is because I had to give it give skype kype permission to everything but I will. I will reiterate. That psycho really is amazing. I don't have a lot of work where I would need it. Let's but it's really handy like I. I like to watch you know school board meetings or different sorts of or I was watching the keynote yesterday and I love I love to be able to pull over my picture in picture window onto the IPAD and just have it being there like a little TV monitor and it really does work completely seamlessly. It's great apple technology. It's awesome. Um and I also. I really love screen time again as a parent. I'm sure their parents parents out there listening. It's been really really difficult to deal with trying to controls screen time and stuff for kids. In the Apple Universe. I other has been really no good solutions and screen time is not perfect but it is a lot better because now you can track time and APP usage and enforced forced downtime across all devices using the same apple. Id you could approve purchases really easily on your watch. That is a really big step forward because that is something that that people have been struggling with. I get so many questions about that from other people about how to deal with those issues so that's a really big deal that makes makes apple an iphone more usable for all those people who have kids well that is four topics down. We've just enough time for a bonus topic topic and before that I'd like to tell you about our other sponsored this week. This episode of clockwise is brought to you by back blaze. The unlimited cloud backup for maximum..
"thousand dollars" Discussed on Clockwise
"Money and attention to devote is is making me very cautious about it so I'll I'll try out the the free trial and see how it goes and if passed is any indication. I'll just forget to unsubscribe for something. Well Charlie a good point about that free trial. I think that is a really good way to took people in. Obviously I was interested. I there have been rumors that the pricing was gonNA be five dollars a month but when I first saw it a few months ago I said well I would probably pay five. Hi Bucks a month for that so it'll probably be ten bucks a month and then I may or may not bother with it. I always in favor of owning instead of renting things so you know there's all these subscription services like you were alluding to and you don't get to own very many things anymore but when it comes to games that hasn't been working very well on the phone. There haven't been a ton of games that are worth purchasing and you you just purchased once and you don't have to keep feeding money to in-app purchases and and free to play games have really sort of swamped the market so I'm most interested in this because maybe I don't know three or four times a year. I come across a game that you pay three or five or even ten bucks you play it and you play it for two or three or five hours and then you're done with it and I like that as you know it's sort I like reading a book or watching a movie you enjoy it and then you can be done with it instead of these games that are designed to just suck you in and keep you playing and keeps you pumping money into them so so. I'm excited to have more of a library of those games so I'm interested to check it out and hopefully we'll see some good games. They're all right that is two topics down. Two topics left which of course means it's halftime here clockwise and this week's episode is brought to you by our good friends at Lynn owed with Leonard you can instantly deploy and manage an SSD server in the cloud right and you can get that server running in just seconds with your choice of Lennox distribution resources and no location.
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"Thousand dollars every day at seven forty five with Jim and Jamie are very good friends. Yes. And four forty five with MAC and Gaydos. All right is the Grand Canyon curse. What is going on this year? Right. There's another death a seventy year old woman fell to her death at the Grand Canyon on Tuesday. So now, it's four people within a month. Have died at the Grand Canyon, the majority of whom of whom have fallen into the grand cabin swallowed up by the grandkids. It's gotta be cursed. Right. There's something has angered the Grand Canyon. God's right? No. I don't know. What's going on? Did we did? We did. We talked a week or two ago about. What? Know we talked a week ago about what how people actually die the Grand Canyon. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, people have been murdered at the Grand Canyon somebody. Let's say this is the per this is the perfect murder. I'll take them down in the Grand Canyon kill them. And no one will know one other body in the in the in the Grand Canyon. We've had some suicides at the Grand Canyon. Yes. But but people falling into the Grand Canyon is not how most people have ever died at the Grand Canyon. They have died either in a helicopter or a plane. That's the number one cause of death at the Grand Canyon. It's not people falling in right? So we have four floor win. But four within a month. I mean, that's that's that's disturbing. But it is it is because is it their own fault. You just say that their own salt. What I was going to say, okay? So don't feel good about that. Because I don't know everything about these cases. But they're not being pushed are is. There is there a certain place that's more dangerous than other places at the canyon. Probably you could say. Yes. That not all of the Grand Canyon has a rail. There are certain parts of the Grand Canyon have rails. Or they have passed that. Are you know, you you shouldn't be able to fall off on? But not every part of the great can I remember going up there years ago, and you could walk out it seemed for miles, and if you've got to close one way or the other you could go over easily how hard is it to keep a safe distance from the edge of the room? That's a great question because I don't think that the four people. Well, one person did not die from falling at one person died below the south rim. They didn't release how he died though, that could have been a heart attack that could have been something else. But three people have now died because I I don't wanna say stupidity. I don't wanna call him soup it, but they got too close, and somehow they wound up falling to their death. Yeah. And it's an accident. But, but you know, it begs the question is it, unfortunately, their own fault that they get too close to the want to take a picture that they not know where they were. I I don't know. I mean, this reminds me of that movie Crecy or whatever where a guy like wakes up forty years later. Nobody knows how to do anything. Are. We just too stupid. I mean, we we've talked about this before two people getting gored by bison because they want to take a selfie next to the bison or trying to get next to a bear. I mean, are we just not that aware of of how to deal with nature? I don't know. There was a seventy year old. In other words, like fifty something sixty five year old. I don't see seventy year old sixty five year old taking southeast near the edge. I just don't. So I don't know what's going on. I don't either. But it's disturbing. I don't think it's that hard to to be safe at the at the Grand Canyon. When you were there. Did you ever go around where wasn't railing? Yeah. But you didn't get too close to the edge. I mean, you know, I'm not gonna fall in. Right. All right coming up next, America county. Sheriff Paul Penzone told us yesterday a person who runs towards the bullet should not run from a report. What did he mean by that next? Drive home, informed and.
"thousand dollars" Discussed on KNSS
"Thousand dollars. It s asked me. Now, I'm Steve Boyer at two o'clock. It's mostly clear. Thirty four degrees in Wichita, President Trump announced a plan to reopen the federal government after it's been shut down for over a month. I have very proud to announce today that we have reached a deal to end the shutdown and reopen the federal government. The president says the government will be reopened for three weeks while negotiations over border security continue originally, President Trump said he would not reopen the government and congress gave him more than five billion dollars for border wall. The central county sheriff's office says warning the public about some recent discoveries of vape cartridges containing high levels of THC that the department found very troubling in a press conference on Thursdays since we county sheriff Jeff Easter said officers had recently seized a number of THC filled vape cartridges that are coming in packages to from California Easter says that the cartridges are flavored and marked for people with medical marijuana privileges. The cartridges also have cartoon characters printed on the packaging, what these are is they come in little packages with a vial of THC. This one is a one gram vial of eighty five percent THC the goofy one that we demonstrate showed earlier is a ninety percent THC sheriff Easter says the concern is that the THC levels in the vials are extremely high and could cause new users to blackout the department has been training deputies on how to spot the vials. Phil Hildebrand Kagan asked news wichitas fire marshal says a man who died in a house fire was smoking. While using oxygen battalion chief Jim Wilson says crews were called to a home in south Wichita early Thursday morning after a passer-by reported seeing smoke coming from the home of fifty eight year old man was found dead in a bedroom where the fire was burning fire marshal Stewart Bevis said the fire is believed to have been started by the victim smoking while using oxygen the fire caused fifty five thousand dollars in damage to the home and its contents. Dan, odeal king NSS news today. Wichitas completed thirty nine street projects last year. Mayor log well says that reconstruction work on the roads cost twenty five million dollars. A great example of.
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"Thousand dollars the retirement funds needed and the average social security benefit for people is about seventeen thousand dollars per year. So think about that. I mean that twenty it take you twenty years to even get three hundred and forty thousand dollars even get half of the amount not even half of the amount that you need for retirement. So very important to have enough money. Yeah. I'm surprised that the average social security check is that much. I didn't think it was actually that much. Fifteen hundred per month. Right. Right. Okay. All right. Great. Yeah. Well, super what's the music in the background was at your phone. I think I neglected to turn down running. We have lots of people wanting to get the book illustration. So they're giving us a call. All right. Well, listen Lorette. You know, you talk about the triple P program. I want to want to spend a moment talking about this. We spent the first half of the program really talking about the features advantages and benefits of the tax free wrap strategy. Why you should do it? Why? It's so flexible. You know, how you can get seven percent tax free on the average. Why it's liquid why it's safe? Why these great returns how it's indirectly in the market not directly in the market all of the benefits. Certainly that is are really what launched our financial services practice over fifteen years ago was the raft strategy when we employed that. And now it's all over, you know, we have so many people all over the United States, and somebody strategic wealth coaches that a plugged into it. But we also have the triple P program the personal pension plan. So if you have an IRA 4._0._1._K four three BT SP plan or any kind of qualified plan tax deferred. Then you're going to want to learn about the triple P program, and there's a number of versions of that really, but rat, and of course, one that we like to talk about and that we've you so much here recently is ten ten IRA which guarantees ten percent for ten years. Now, you know when people hear that they're taken back by ten percent for ten years. How in the world can that be done? Of course, that's not a short answer. But to guarantee ten percent for ten years, and then followed up by increasing income for as long as you live, and as long as your spouse lives, that's really the basis of the ten ten Iranian nutshell. Right. Right. And before I go through this. Illustration? I do want to point out that we eat our own cooking. We have. The wrath strategy. We have personal pension plans. And you know, we we utilize all of these strategies ourselves what we've been really gratified to see is that the the accounts themselves have outperformed the 'lustration that we initially projected for our own account. I love that. Yeah. Well, we've got our own statements, and I'm going why you know, we thought our rash strategy was going to do around seven and a half percent. It's averaging like almost twelve percent. Which is way. I mean, when you think of that if you actually carry that out, and you say, well, if we based our thought process on seven percent, but yet now were averaging let's just say ten percent that's going to be like fifty percent more money than we thought we were actually going to get out of that strategy. So that is a total win win. And you know, I love the fact that we can under promise and over deliver. I mean, really that's the basis of our whole practice. And we have always prided ourselves on the fact that when we give you numbers when we do illustrations and style and back. Yeah, we dial it. So that we're you know, we have that review with you. We're we're going to be heroes. Right. So I is that where the name of our company strategies, and that's a whole nother story in and of itself, but we want to get you. The book gets you the illustrations were giving away copies today of the rash strategy fifth printing written by Lorette errands here who I'm more or less interviewing on the radio today about some of the features and reasons why she wrote the book and so forth and some of the particulars in the book that are so fascinating. And so valuable to you out there that are listening today. Give us a call. So we can get this book in your hands absolutely free of charge. The number to call or text is one eight six six five four four seventy seven fifty five to get your free.
"thousand dollars" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
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"thousand dollars" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Seventy. Thousand dollars student loan debt. Did we Okay then, don't okay so in the next two. Years we. Just start doing this on on, all the debt that we have we. We we graduate with let's say we. Do we do I don't think it will happen but let's say we do. Get it we're debt free in in two years once we graduate now. We got now we need to to buy. A house But we, have being, that we. Through all our money down down, on debt we are debt free but. Where's that where we get that ended. Up whatever to. To put down on a down payment or something like that Where where, do you go? Then okay well let's think this through for second right you said you have two years of school left And when are you planning on getting married Oh, we get married. Like after we graduate oh in two years Okay so. She has fifteen thousand dollars in. Debt, you have sixty thousand dollars we don't. Have, anything indoor married Exactly okay but let let me just let's talk about you for a second let's pretend that because you work like an animal, 'cause you self admitted hard. Working. Guy that you paid off sixty thousand dollars. Worth of debt in two. Years which is what you described But you have no money If you rented an apartment for the first year of marriage and both of you are working and you're married by then she would. Be debt free to easily. You can pay off. Sixty she can pale fifteen I'm not, sure that's going to happen but let's just use that because that's the scenario you laid out if you can pay. Off sixty in two years why couldn't you? Save thirty in one, year that's the same rate Okay so one year later you'd have thirty. Thousand dollars which would be your emergency fund? Plus your down payment And you would be debt free All right move into, your moving to your new house move into your..
"thousand dollars" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE
"A thousand dollars three thousand dollars there was no you know nineteen ninetyseven it wasn't fourteen thirty five right that's that's a cost conscious mentality that boot that would be the walmart psychology pricing right because that's who they are speaking to their speak in the language of cost consciousness so if you're speaking the language of cost consciousness you wanna be very specific with your prices if you're speaking the language of value than you want to be kind of vague about the prices which is why when people ask me should i put prices on my website said depends on who you wanna speak to right if you're selling value if you're a value based business you can you whatever you're doing is transformative for people then i wouldn't put prices right if what you're offering is a good deal then put a price put it specifically so when you understand though the minds it would the biggest breaks what drives me crazy but i see it all the time is entrepreneurs that come to me for coaching and they the break in their business is that they feel like they're our customers are constantly trying to get a discount complaining about the price but then i'll look at their pricing structure and their pricing structure will be a classic you know four ninety seven one ninety seven it's like well if you got a call tension to the fact that three dollars makes a difference you can't be surprised that people are going to ask you for discount right which i know is a popular thing to do because somehow we think one ninety seven it's cheaper than two hundred but the the good two hundred dollar client already sees through that so what's the point some accents of his you know the more you draw the other example i love to give her just the position of cash registers which is a literal a little literal display of pricing psychology these if you go into your typical department store target walmart their cash registers are lined up at the front of the store like cattle corral right i this is a transactional experience were focused on the exchange of money here it's cost conscious as opposed to a high end store neiman marcus bergdorf goodman ralph lauren flagship store you're gonna hide you won't find a register their hidden tucked away behind merchandise or sometimes even separate rooms right same thing with diners you go to a greek diner is gonna be a register in a bowl amidst greeting you when you walk in you a nice fine dining restaurant does not going to be a resume a host to stand not a register when you walk in right because it's not you're not bringing consciousness to the transaction into the cost so pricing psychology again has to be aligned with whom you've determined your ideal customer to be that's when that's why the perspective comes first so you can then say well if i were they how would i perceive the pricing when i'm working with coaching clients and they wanted determine the price in the first thing i asked him how do you want your business to be perceived and let how you pray yourself support that fire nation we're going over the five steps of building a secret language strategy we've already talked about perspective familiarity style number four is pricing psychology.
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"Thousand dollars two months later ten republican agee's wrote this letter to the trump administration calling for a federal ban on online gambling adults biggest competition the cost of a getaway at a swanky golf resort like this one in pinehurst north carolina about four thousand dollars per attorney general but they don't have to pay a penny it's considered a gift were we outgunned you know we met bill newton at a very different kind of conference for state based consumer advocates in the basement of a dc hotel newton doesn't have corporate cash here's what happens when he wants to meet with his state ag florida's pam bondi your only option is to fill out a form on the website and click submit see if that happened anything happens it's not just the republicans democratic agee's are courted by trial lawyers and lobbyists to wet more modest receptions like this one in washington dc marquette university's all no let they're not just giving money out of charity they're expecting something out of this both sides dispute that ragas tell cbs news it quote has been successful in supporting candidates that will defend the rule of law republican attorneys general have this mindset and that's what drives their actions nothing else nancy's here with us now so here's what's interesting i mean we think of lobbyists courting politicians not necessarily law enforcement well exactly but there has been this growing recognition jeff that these do a lot more than just decide who to prosecute and who to ignore they can have a big influence on policy at the state level and if they band together at the federal level and of course there are limits on how much these companies can give an individual politician but there's no limit on how much they can give an association like ragas and depending on the state some of these agencies don't even have to report the fancy trips or how much they cost and i opening report we thank you and laura strickler for that nancy thanks bob next on the cbs evening news a father trying to expose pool dangerous for kids records a remarkable video and later dramatic rescue bystanders save.
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"Ride to sue they lost because of the law was not on their side and for when you look at some of the lawsuits in what they were asking i mean these are folks who lost everything beside family members they lost all their belongings they're looking for a few thousand dollars or two thousand dollars which was back in the day a lot of money but still and nothing they lost it was too hard to prove it yeah didn't they lose because there was some kind of a definition of liability where if the people weren't directly involved or didn't intentionally try to breach the dam or harm someone there was no such thing as as general negligence i guess or something like that and they got they they changed that they got congress to change that before before too long because the outrage i mean this was really a natural disaster disaster that happened just as newspapers rose to the position of influence because of the power of photography and the power of the word they bility to disseminate their papers on a much wider scale it was really the first time the country came together and experienced a natural disaster looks the civil war had just ended not too far before that but this was a different story and it's an amazing story that albeit a little bit of a depressing one yes i before we go how about we wrap up on a slightly happier note than it's barbecue season and ally know that you have quite the reputation as a grill master as a texan i'm a little hesitant.
"thousand dollars" Discussed on WDRC
"To a thousand dollars so that significant harris certain threshold you have to meet in order to be eligible to a role in the medicare savings by yes it i don't want to say the exact amounts because not all your income count so that's why you need a professional a walk you throw it on they don't count all of your income suggest understanding the system is so important so it just goes deeper than a flat amount of money so that's why they call into to our office we can walk through what income counts would income dozen cow who just understanding the system it's not an asset base system amish strictly based upon income and that's why we talk oh we talk a great deal about american nut senior benefits this has al for haiti uh and he's got it just a great collection of talented people in in farmington and appalled shorter yuri brought in this morning certified financial planner uh because with everything that's going on now and uh this could have been a better day for you to come because we don't know everything is going to happen exactly correct we don't know if the argument uh the anthem network problem gets fixed with harvard health healthcare what hearts our healthcare i know some people i've got a call on that what what have they done and why are people so concerned well i tell you one call that i get all the time is people you know people who does i understand original medicare verse medicare advantage and if if i'm a medicare advantage person and i have to use a specific network that's worthy anthem issue comes into play but if i am original medicare and.
"thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Thousand dollars i you know it is to ways to look at at one is i k well might might emergency reserve fund is essentially this life insurance policy right so what i would want to know before i started pulling any money out of that is what is my tax liability fake cash it out and what are the loan provisions uh if i cash to though is twelve thousand dollars in the interests of the okay and you but you haven't earned any money this year right um probably a couple of hundred dollars you know it's a funny thing on some you know if he cashed it out this year you're in such a low tax bracket that you may not have to pay any tax on it right so i'm thinking out loud right now is i was about to get out like i'm i'm i'm in a i'm in a quandary because of course you like to have like a nice pie earning account on the other hand if you're going to work at know you don't need insurance right but the ear your you don't have any dependence noone noone suffer is if you were to to die prematurely noone suffering financially so that twenty six thousand is really your money and the question at this point is how do you access it if you access it today before you are you know working again you have low oh tax bracket but you lose your six percent interest and if you access it in the future either you are going to be working or you're gonna be collecting social security in either case are going to be in a higher tax bracket then where you are now which is essentially zero or so and i think what you may wanna do is hash sinn some of it look we are aware in june and many close to anything job wiser not uh okay why don't you cash in five grand say an added to your to your account and if by the end of the year you are essentially net having earned any more money right then cash and the rest of it and take your money and then you will have paid you'll be unlike as zero tax bracket and you'll have the you know the there will be no penalty for having gotten out of it but you need to conserve.