35 Burst results for "twenty four dollars"

Two Angels Petite Sirah 2017

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

04:26 min | 3 weeks ago

Two Angels Petite Sirah 2017

"This. Is Dave from. SHEEP WIND DOT COM. Come and again with another one. And this one is kind of an interesting one is this a? Ten dollar one. Or is it a twenty four, a gallery one? And the answer is depends on where you by. The. Angels. Petite Surat twenty seventeen, which I picked up at Costco. For Nine Ninety nine. You go elsewhere. Check the Internet out and it's selling for twenty, three, twenty, four, twenty, five. So it's like this is a ten dollar wine or is this the upscale wide? It's a petite derived from the Red Hills Aba in lake. County Lake County is due north of Napa Valley. And it's On the end of clear lake up there up about two thousand feet or more. From The Becker Mecca. Famous. Mountains I'm not quite sure where. But. It's high elevation, which is interesting. It's got You know the lakes helping things spot canucks soils. Really Cool. Groin area. It's one hundred percents. nine months in French Oh, twenty percent new. Is this deep dark rich bulbs, Bisi. Why it's kind of funny I'm drinking on a hot and sticky. August nights in the mood. A bit out of place but in about three weeks when it cools down at night. It's going to be just the wine you're looking for. And it's big bold. It's both silky smooth events ICS got tons of spies. Yeah And like I said, is this a one? There's this twenty, four dollar one. It's it's rich extracted. It's got a lot of flavors. Usually like the Tannin's and the acidity talk about that. But there's so much flavor they take back sheets everything that's going on. Off The teeth Sarah's kind of a weird grip kind of explain that a little bit. Back in the eighteen hundreds late eighteen hundreds, France at all sorts of problems with Pest and disease in vineyards, and when you're having problems with wine and France, it's a big problem. And the Sarah Grapes? Enron valley we're having some problems. So man named Europe. But Together With I think person? I'm it's a great that I think might be extinct nowadays or just almost never planet. To kind of create this hardy. Healthy. Sarai substitute. And by the time he did. The problems in the vineyard solved the no one wanted the. Ceron. Somehow showed up in Australia where it's called the roof. And California, and it wasn't a big wine from California until lately. It's everywhere. If you grab the Zinfandels, probably got some Petite Saran there and In other if you grab a red wine, it's the hidden member the. Used to. Flavor you. Come to expect. It always gives the wine a little bit of a boost unexpected boost. The teat psoriasis come into his own. This is a really, really nice petite up. that. If you feel like going upscale spend some money, well, you can go to any other store you want to. But if you want to spend ten bucks, go to COSCO and if you don't have a membership card, you talk to your neighbor does. Toss him twenty bucks or so and promise to share it with them. Drum breakdown. And you're in luck in I don't know what to say about this wine then it tastes great. Spice it's a big red wine. You like big boy red wines a big girl red I don't want to be. I don't WANNA be. Hurt anyone's feelings.

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LINK Is Back

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:07 min | Last month

LINK Is Back

"Why would you try crypto? Well, look at the end of the day it comes down to profitability liquidity. The volatility that we've got in this market is just insane. Now, what that means if you take ten tribes and you have six loses that six percent down if you're managing properly was to try to break even so you know you get stopped out the Europe percent loss the other to try that got go onto Mike one likes five percent. Which we nice very, very, very easy to do in this market, the other hit six percent. Now you go net Sarajevo gross eleven percent gained six, percent loss, yacht five percent. You don't tend to get numbers like that in traditional markets now that still gone on sixty percents, lose rights and the other twenty percent they is break even. So what I'm saying is if you work on the probabilities increasing in your five through these courses, you'll the potential is just. An. Almost so most guy. WHO In the market. Currently as way save but not a lot look. I. Wouldn't be surprised bitcoin continue on little to Saad wise run spoken of this quite a bit of liked and it is continuing not bad. It's not bad. It's holding around that eleven thousand mock eleven thousand be the new handle all night. It was still hovering around that Criollos I'm with these sought wise marketed one often does is it allows us to have opportunities to try for sats. Think. That's a worth much but I can tell you now the sats that I made when Bitcoin was at full thousand, five, hundred a now with more than double what they were of a bank two, thousand bucks them Oh it's now over two thousand. So as banking for the future profits, in Sats, is what I love. When I can get the mind with markets. saw that's where I'm looking at Bitcoin to the mom once I saw wise I'm just talking about the last few days rots in Sunday. A bitcoin at the moment eleven thousand, one, hundred, sixty, seven, standpoint, three today yesterday. It was also down point three so much movie Yes not much volatility not much to work with this Syrian. Now it did close the Dow up one percent. It's a three, hundred, ninety dollars and thirty full sentence down half a percent right now, a guy needs to push above the high that I'm looking at four a full. Coverage around around that four hundred, the last couple of days with exile play it did pull that yesterday two point nine on December list is keeping keeping on too much. Actually move it's had a booming move high. And You know a little pullback is it to be well, I'd sites to be fairly Wilkins it's at one point three percent now just under thirty cents twenty, nine, point seven and not much really. They've me to work with very similar on bitcoin cash. It was down yesterday three percent at six fifty is down point seven. Now, a guy, it just sort of slowly slipping off. And it's still holding to seven FAV old. Top Channel. Area, it has broken into these above walls does that all the continuing to kick off lungs? Like. Coins holding pretty well as well and we're looking at fifty seven dollars and forty cents down half of a percent wrought now at fifty seven, forty not macho guy and it's going to get above. Sixty dollars ready for me to have. The trend is explicitly backing. The gang may be interested once more. BITCOIN is vague is. Currently two, hundred, twenty, four, dollars sixty, it was down one point seven percent yesterday currently down point six the one in the top ten that's up right now in fact, these Donna. And look as much as it's not really that tradable for me at the minute I'll talk about you know. The contract to our does have a bit of a trend To something that would capture more attention it fourteen point four cents at the moment, and it has been sort of pretty comfortable consolidating over the last couple of weeks sort of between the high of fifteen five around thirteen or two cent range. I widened to save does have a big push hearts up point seven, three, all of a percent now. Bottlenecks also, yesterday it was up one percent, but it's looking really strong there on that daily kind of. The four hours consolidating at the moment not quota a level for breakout try just yet although very much trying it's hottest to do. So the resistance is around the rage twenty, full forty, five ish around that sort of region if a breaks above their them for sure, I'll be looking for opportunities where Bush is the pullbacks in the one hour and two hour. We my focus stand its down point three, twenty, two dollars and twenty four cents. AOL's holding above three bucks right now down point three, five, a percent yesterday it was pretty much flat on the Diet. and link yesterday had a great performance reading up six point, two, three percent which full it from the day before eleven percent at link Look as a watch list It's a fantastic looking trend and I'm waiting for pool bikes on that four hour as timeframe of choice, full cradles. So again, like I say there's opportunity at the. End of the market's getting normal bullish

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Your Delivery Habit Isn't Helping

Slate's If Then

02:35 min | 3 months ago

Your Delivery Habit Isn't Helping

"Is essentially the idea of buying and selling an asset at the exact same time for a risk free profit. Magic Gold emery trader in the world seeks out clearly if you can buy a pizza from Dornoch for sixteen dollars and sell it and get paid twenty four dollars, you would make eight dollars with no will so adamant. Ranjan decided to try what they called pizza arbitrage. Adam ordered ten pizzas from door dash for one hundred sixty dollars, the price that was listed on door dash door dash called his restaurant and place the order. Twenty minutes later, a driver showed up with door, dashes money and paid two hundred forty dollars the actual price. It worked Adam instantly made an eight dollar profit breach pizza. But Ranjan didn't WANNA. Stop the experiment there. The ingredients costume, six or seven dollars so reality. You're not making a clean eight dollar profit, but then even suggest. Maybe we just put in Doe. Instead of all the actual ingredients because doe. Basically cost nothing. Then, we tried another order and just boxes full of do.

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Dow ends down over 100 points; Nasdaq extends winning streak

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:38 min | 4 months ago

Dow ends down over 100 points; Nasdaq extends winning streak

"Time for David Johnson to wrap up the day in Wall Street this is what's called a mixed bag right no this is what you call the Rick Mitchell the stock market forecasted okay results scattered gains some of you had them some of you didn't maybe forty percent gains here there the Dow industrial average was down a hundred nine point twenty four thousand to twenty one so if you have a bunch of blue chip she didn't do all that well the nasdaq however was up seventy one point two gated eight tenths of one percent so if you had all those Amazons and facebooks of Microsoft's and Intel's Google's that plugs you did pretty well in the rest of the stuff kind of a push the S. and P. five hundred was virtually unchanged was up point thirty nine the overall this was probably not even quite as good a market is it looked like they were twice as many stocks down as up to give go over look at the option what they call upside downside volume of each product selling was like three to one of the downsides so this was a give back day and there's plenty to give back we had a heck of a session last week in particular on Thursday and Friday now that said the S. and P. averages but up three days in a row the nasdaq is on a six day winning streak it hasn't seen these level since February the twenty fourth which is not bad June crude was higher this morning after the Saudis said they're going to be magnanimous and cut additional million barrels per day for production but by the end of the day didn't play all that well and crude was down a penny twenty four dollars seventy three cents goes down thirteen dollars sixty cents ten year rates up to point seven three

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Global Oil Deal Gains Traction With U.S. Predicting Big Drop

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 5 months ago

Global Oil Deal Gains Traction With U.S. Predicting Big Drop

"Getting the finger for the late slide was a sudden slide in oil prices which hammered energy company shares Saudi Arabia and Russia are hammering out terms of an agreement to limit production and drive up prices ahead of OPEC and G. twenty meetings later this week but traders about the production cuts will not be big enough as a virus outbreaks economic toll appears poised to stretch longer than hoped will feature sank nine percent today the below twenty four dollars

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Bitcoin Back Above $10,000

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

03:54 min | 7 months ago

Bitcoin Back Above $10,000

"Will a continue to push on his well. We've got bitcoin back above that magic number of ten thousand which is quite nice to save now. Of course it's kind of gone up in a straight line Yesterday I spoke to the fact that many candles in the cradles on on those daily none of which were really in my view. Try to as those candles rather lodge as we have saint threat to die. We have seen a strong move across the board with Bitcoin and the rest of the Maga con of tying more or less roughly the same across the board couple a little bit more cup alert. More down it was sort of between three and five percent for the most so bitcoins. Now one hundred and fifty six dollars. It's up four point five percent. Ross now just a straight line move. Ready I. If I tried to watch today look yesterday was all about the lower timeframe it was. It was die for trading boosters. It really was those gripes opportunities. There was a booster a theory which was the best one. There was another one that was on all petrol which was also profitable. I think it was modified one there as well also balance will anyway. There's there's plenty of them and they were all the different times for the most part as well so I really interesting really interesting day. Lower timeframes more liquid markets bigger positions Tautou stop losses minimize risks positions. Big because you're taking that Taking a risk in splitting it over much small area but Tom Yeah it was really really good. They're in right now. It's up full point six five percent after having really well off of the the old zone it's two hundred eighty one dollars twenty. Look it really is closing in on three hundred I'd like to say skit. Strike throw into push on hard a kind of like Assyria Today. One of my favorite charts matter of fact on On the two hour as we do have some feeling that it's one of the Bedouin pullback into roughly around the fifty percent around two seven fom happy to go into two seven one Those sorts of things certify sorts of levels world. I'm looking at the twenty one. Four point six six percent onto except faith bullish candle in the Rejected those lows twice now. It's going to be an average midterm timeframe trend. It's thirty cents as speak up three point nine one percent. Bitcoin cash lagging a little bit. Actually as a matter of fact both of the Split Tokens call split coins from Bitcoin. Damn sorry not down but not performing as well as many of the other markets out they were at four hundred eighteen. Dole's ninety cents one point three percent and not really look in that crash. Hawkes Bay is down point. Three three three hundred and eleven dollars and eighty three cents the only market in the top ten that he's currently down lot coins sitting at seventy seven ninety seven cents up five point eight nine percent keeping an eye on that. I WANNA see better. Simplicity didn't WANNA pull back. It didn't pull back very far or because it was kind of like saw advice for a long time. What is creeping haw song keeping an But nothing too aggressive as stand a US wrought photos and sixty one cents up five point. Six percents pullback a little bit David in that cradles line on the one day but the two is telling a different story smack bang in the middle. There were the bullish candles. This could be NAS. Move coming on time. We'll tell bonnets sitting at twenty four dollars flat up two point five percent off the breaking the high of the candle in the crowd on yesterday on the daily. We'll have to wait and see what it brings to diagnose it has slowed down hot substantially

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Xerox sweetens offer for HP

Sean Hannity

00:26 sec | 7 months ago

Xerox sweetens offer for HP

"Now it hasn't formally launched its takeover bid as yet but Xerox confirm that it has raised its offer to buy HP incorporated to twenty four dollars a share up from the twenty two dollars a share offered made last November if the deal gets done Xerox's indicated it would nominate eleven independent candidates to replace HP's board at the computer and printer makers annual shareholder meeting this summer shares of HP are up one point four percent today while Xerox stock is up nearly one

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Why Tesla Stock Surged Past $500 Monday

Bloomberg Best

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Why Tesla Stock Surged Past $500 Monday

"Well Tessler has hit a milestone shares of the electric car maker surge closing an all time high of five hundred twenty four dollars and eighty six cents that's after Oppenheimer raised its price target on the stock to six hundred twelve dollars down a whole covers Tessler for Bloomberg a lot of analysts have been raising their price targets but the rays from Oppenheimer is pretty significant con rushes you know a fairly careful analyst who doesn't do this **** nilly and I think what's significant is that the note you know basically said the test has this three year advantage when it comes to battery range and power train and you know that's just something that other automakers have not been able to catch up to yet Tessler gained IT nine point eight percent in the

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UPS, FedEx Fees on Heavy Packages to Hit Consumers and Merchants

Marketplace

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

UPS, FedEx Fees on Heavy Packages to Hit Consumers and Merchants

"According to the Wall Street journal UPS and FedEx are slapping new fees on packages that way more than fifty pounds right now only parcels more than seventy pounds get hit with the twenty four dollars surcharge one analyst estimated the change will affect about fourteen and a half percent of packages meaning retailers might split up orders of laundry detergent big bags of dog food or other heavy items into multiple shipments to avoid the feet more boxes can still mean higher shipping costs for businesses and consumers but it may make hauling those multiple jumbo boxes of Kitty litter a little easier for delivery

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Wall Street analysts react to Apple's earnings report

Mac OS Ken

03:38 min | 11 months ago

Wall Street analysts react to Apple's earnings report

"Thanks for the fourth quarter of fiscal year twenty nineteen as expected again wondering why I pay any attention to what he has to say as apple insider that was the line that followed they're lying about his sell rating on apple shares and his price what's apple at serious risk of missing the smartphone market in China while current I think I mentioned a couple of reasons first everybody else does second healthy skepticism is important thing is with the note of negativity CNBC had word of one written by Barclays it to sticker shock for iphone five gee that's expected by many to drop he said the lower price points are helping apple after a few challenging quarters but he said he eleven to get more people to buy them so they'd be prime for Apple Services Masks ASPCA pressure could that not also be titled Safai its Revenue Streams again though his concerns not now seems to see as a minimum for iphone five G. This year seeming bargain rushes Zhang though as far from bullish Barclays has an equal weight in two hundred twenty four dollars to two hundred thirty six apple's currently trading about

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Some states forgo Columbus Day for Indigenous Peoples' Day

Casual Times

10:23 min | 1 year ago

Some states forgo Columbus Day for Indigenous Peoples' Day

"Christopher Columbus arrived in the Bahamas five hundred twenty seven years ago this week unleashing a brutal genocide that killed tens of millions of native people across the hemisphere well cities and states across the United States are acknowledging this devastating history by rejecting the federal holiday of Columbus day and celebrating indigenous peoples day instead to honor centuries of indigenous resistance Alaska Maine Minnesota New Mexico North Carolina South Dakota Vermont in Wisconsin of all officially recognized indigenous peoples day so more than a hundred thirty cities and counties from Los Angeles San Francisco and Dallas to smaller places like living sting Kentucky and Harpers ferry West Virginia last week Washington DC became one of the latest to recognize the holiday Washington DC the district of Columbia takes its name from Columbus in a statement before the vote DC council member at large David Grosso said quote Columbus day was officially designated as a federal holiday in nineteen thirty seven despite the fact Columbus did not discover North America despite the fact millions of people were already living in North America upon his arrival in the Americas and despite the fact the Columbus never set foot on the shores of the current United States Columbus and slave colonized mutilated a MasterCard thousands of indigenous people in the Americas he set the movement to replace Columbus day gain momentum in nineteen ninety two the five hundredth anniversary of Columbus's arrival when Berkeley California became the first city to make the change earlier protests inspired the movement including the annual national day of mourning and Plymouth Massachusetts held on thanksgiving to challenge the myth of peaceful coexistence between native people in the English settlers the programs well today native American communities are celebrating indigenous people stay across the country with sunrise ceremonies at New York city's Randall's island to California's Alcatraz island the former prison and site at the historic native American occupation in protest against US treatment of indigenous people fifteen years ago well for more we go to Iago we Henning oaks she is snipe clan Mohawk of the Haudenosaunee confederacy and executive director of the American Indian community house here in New York City we welcome you to democracy now it's great to have you with us on can you talk about the significance of this day we're here in New York there is a statue to Christopher Columbus in Columbus circle and it is not one of those cities that is recognizing indigenous peoples day well this day indigenous peoples day is it's indigenous peoples day every day for for me and my community you know we have to fight colonization and and try to maintain our identity every single day because it's been stripped away from us Terrel efforts and I guess just what what we've been through and what's been taken from us from Columbus and his crusade at the American Indian community house one of my goals is to to sort of reclaim space our culture and and find a place and presence within society today so for us it's it's not just a day to celebrate Austin's a date to remind everybody else to to take responsibility and step up and recent things like the doctrine of discovery you wrote about the native American population in New York and the New York Daily News articles what New York city's indigenous people deserve you explain that among cities New York has the largest population of indigenous peoples can you explain the diversity of this population well from what we know at the community house we represent up to seventy three different tribal nations in New York City and based on the census there's a hundred and eighteen thousand native Americans in New York City overall the entire native population in the US seventy percent of the natives of the native population are urban natives and New York City being the largest population of all of all urban natives so for us to be here and to not have a permanent space or on a native center or on any sort of equity and Justy raced out of society and culture it's it's it's a tough time for us right now right now it's like we're fighting every single day with the system and we're not heard of you know but days like this indigenous peoples day as a reminder to everybody else that we're still here can you explain what the matter how to fund is all of the matter how to find is great so that was a few people on what what we call settlers using a language if you visit the site at Manhattan fund dot org they approach the community house and worked with a few of our board members and try to figure out a way that they could contribute to the native American community in New York City and together with all their good minds they came up with this find ominous a sort of campaign where you can donate you could donate five dollars ten dollars or a larger amount on you can do this online you could make a pledge which would be every single month sort of like the Bernie campaign he knowing twenty four dollars a month that one initial investment or it can carry on through the whole year it's that's what it is you speak we are going to run a slide show that was taken yesterday at Randall's island and if you can talk about the ceremonies that are taking place right now as we speak there is sunrise ceremony in both at Randall's island and also Alcatraz across the country fifty and this is the period fifty years ago of uprising well this is a big here fifty years their fifty year anniversary for Alcatraz is the fifty year anniversary for the American Indian community house with all their ceremonies we celebrate life we celebrate what creation has given to us we celebrate on the waters the earth the moon the stars the sky's the animals all things that we depend on a need and co exist with equally on an Alcatraz from what I know they are they are taken canoes and they're going to the visit the island and they're having their ceremony there in unison with the ceremonies that are happening here also the doctrine of discovery if you could explain what that is last year representatives of indigenous groups in the US and Canada went to the Vatican to request or contraction of the doctrine of discovery explain well that was that's the beginning of it all in fourteen ninety three that's when the doctrine of discovery was was created hope Alexander the sex of all yeah yeah and what that does is that gives the minion for white men or for Christians over non Christians rather indigenous people us if you're not Christian if you're not Christian people you're not considered humans or there's nobody there occupying that land or own can we basically can't have title to land if for indigenous and non Christian and that's all I'm always been the root cause of all of this right now colonization that's the number one tool finally the American Indian community house that you are the head of its also the fiftieth anniversary yeah explain its origins and what you're doing well fifty years ago on they're basically doing battle in the same fight where we are today we're trying to reclaim our culture were trying to maintain our presence and trying to exercise exercise our strength and authority for the future and trying to regain title also and one of those ways is down for me one of the directions I want to focus on is bring attention to the doctrine of discovery well throughout the past fifty years it's been a little bit of a struggle there was some support and now there's none fifty years later on the community house is in a place where we have little to no funding ninety seven percent of our of our own funding was taken from us in two thousand seventeen by by the federal government sold so here we are today which coincides exactly with the time that indigenous people around the country have been leading the struggle against extractive industries and yeah are in the forefront of the battle for around the climate crisis yeah yeah were a threat the moment things like the doctrine of discovery I rescinded fat challenges all title of land in a story well I want to thank you so much for being with us Iago a hand that folks is snipe clan the Mohawk of the Haudenosaunee confederacy executive director of the American Indian community house in

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2020 Social Security cost of living increase will be 1.6%

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

2020 Social Security cost of living increase will be 1.6%

"Last month's increase in retail level inflation was smaller than predicted the labor department reports the consumer price index was unchanged the core CPI which excludes food and energy rose by one tenth of one percent in September the social security cost of living adjustments were calculated after the September CPI was released retirees checks will increase one point six percent and twenty twenty about twenty four dollars a month for the average

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Social Security raise for 2020? About $24 a month

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:10 sec | 1 year ago

Social Security raise for 2020? About $24 a month

"Those receiving social security benefits getting a tiny raise cost of living adjustment will translate to a one point six percent increase next year putting another twenty four dollars a month in the pocket of the average

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Social Security raise for 2020? About $24 a month

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Social Security raise for 2020? About $24 a month

"It will affect the budgets of about seventy million social security recipients disabled veterans and federal retirees a one and a half percent cost of living increase for next year Webster Phillips is with the National Committee to preserve social security and Medicare and he says an extra twenty four dollars a month is not much really tight is difficult to imagine how you keep your budget on an even keel when when you're going to see such a modest

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Volkswagen overstated fuel economy on 98,000 U.S. vehicles, will repay consumers

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Volkswagen overstated fuel economy on 98,000 U.S. vehicles, will repay consumers

"A group of votes wagon drivers will be getting money as part of a ninety six and a half million dollar settlement involving the auto maker and the government the deal resolves a dispute over fuel economy ratings of gas vehicles in the twenty thirteen to twenty seventeen model years both wagon has agreed to reimburse eligible customers from between five dollars and forty cents to two hundred twenty four dollars and thirty cents for each of the owners of the vehicles as part of the agreement VW did not admit to any

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Unequal Outcomes: Most ICE Detainees Held In Rural Areas Where Deportation Risks Soar

NPR's Business Story of the Day

06:26 min | 1 year ago

Unequal Outcomes: Most ICE Detainees Held In Rural Areas Where Deportation Risks Soar

"This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like xfinity x. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make wifi simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply u._s. Immigration and customs enforcement needs more space to house undocumented immigrants and increasingly the agency is finding it in rural regions and new analysis by n._p._r. Indicates a majority of detainees are held in rural areas but as n._p._r.'s yuki noguchi reports those detained in far flung places also have a much harder time finding lawyers and are far more likely to be deported. It took ten and a half months for you. L. alonzo to meet with a lawyer alonzo had turned himself over to immigration officials in laredo texas seeking asylum from cuba last october since then he's been detained in two rural facilities i in louisiana and now in adams tmz county mississippi about a two hour drive from baton rouge alonzo's wife. Madonna's rodriguez is a permanent u._s. resident. She lives in southern florida with their two children the n._b._a. N._b._a. leary very far from anything. She says too far to afford hiring. A private attorney. Lack of legal help is one of many challenges for undocumented undocumented immigrants and an even bigger problem for those detained in remote locations yet. Ice is adding detention facilities far from cities over half fifty. The two percent of detainees are held in rural areas according to n._p._r.'s analysis of ice data and that rate is increasing. Liz martinez is a board member of advocacy z. Group freedom for immigrants. It's very concerning trend that immigration detention is moving to rural areas remote areas where it makes it so much harder for a person in detention to get the support that they need detainees in urban areas or at least four times more likely to find attorneys to represent them. According to a two thousand fifteen university of pennsylvania ovadia law review study last year the southern poverty law center sudeiss and its parent agency the department of homeland security the civil rights group alleges the government is deliberately liberally detaining people in rural areas far from legal resources is which currently detains nearly fifty six thousand people declined comment on that case in in an emailed statement an ice spokesman says the agency looks at airports healthcare and legal resources when selecting facilities he also says detainees have access to phones and video teleconferencing and can meet with lawyers during visiting hours but many immigration attorneys complained rural facilities lack necessary resources there aren't enough. The phones are translators. Call connections are poor. Visiting hours are too restrictive and it's simply too far to travel. You'll alonzo's wife has been able to visit him. Only only once alonzo was recently diagnosed with lung cancer which makes the weight more excruciating. He eventually found a lawyer one of the rare detainees with free three representation but his wife says his asylum request and to request for parole have been denied grumpy what more could a wife with a sick husband one other seven to be with him at the very least i want to offer him my support and for my children's offer support one of the key reasons detainees are held in remote regions appears to be the money cheap labor cheap land. Lauren rich eisen is acting director of the brennan center justice program. She says many rural areas viewed prisons as job. Engines hundreds hundreds of new facilities were built in the nineteen ninety. S inmate population peaked then declined leaving lots of empty beds. Ice is now contracting with those rural prisons. It needs those beds as it continues to detain more immigrants. Just last week is arrested. Nearly seven hundred workers at food processing plants in mississippi loyola university law professor andrew armstrong says she sees that happening across louisiana win. The criminal justice reforms were enacted that left empty not beds that were ripe for contracting with ice. Those contracts can be lucrative. The state pays local sheriff's twenty four dollars and thirty nine cents a day to house an inmate eight by comparison ice pays five times that an average daily rate of more than one hundred twenty six dollars is confirmed it recently opened eight new detention and facilities seven of which are in louisiana all but one of them are in sparsely-populated areas. Lisa lehner is director of americans for immigrant justice. She represents detainees in glades county florida about one hundred miles from miami. Glades is the state's fourth least populated county surrounded by acres of sugarcane infield. I've never seen immigration attorney up there. You've never seen one never detainees there. She says are tweeted like hardened. Criminals glades aids has been the subject of a number of complaints and lawsuits they allege everything from misuse of pepper spray and solitary confinement to religious persecution later argues conditions are worse in rural facilities in part because fewer people can observe what's happening by contrast. She says when a brooklyn new york ice facility lost not for a week during a cold snap in january there was an outcry and if there's going in and out you would imagine that the people who are detaining immigrants are going to behave in a more careful way. It's not just that treatment might differ immigration courts in rural areas denied. Many more asylum cases sending detainees back back to their home countries. N._p._r.'s analysis of research from syracuse university found judges in rural immigration courts denied eighty seven percent of asylum cases compared to just over half an urban courts. Romi learner is associate director of the immigration clinic at the university of miami's law school. It is an issue because it means if you got a bad bucks. I think the team isn't a certain facility then you're almost guaranteed to be deported mississippi detainee. You'll alonzo hopes to beat those odds. He's appealing feeling his case for asylum and hopes to reunite with his family. You can gucci n._p._r. News this message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor comcast business gig fueled network solutions that help businesses go beyond the expected to do the extraordinary ordinary comcast business beyond fast learn more at comcast business dot com.

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"twenty four dollars" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four dollars" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"More from this morning's Jennifer CA shankha ready or not facial recognition technology is here and its use is growing as Julie jargon of the Wall Street journal tells us smart cameras and imaging software are turning up in summer programs and school campuses Julie how are summer camps using this facial recognition technology well some summer camps are asking parents if they want to sign up for services to enable them to receive photos of just their child or photos containing their child rather than having to sift through the hundreds of photos that they may receive from the campus talking for every day you know kind of looking around for any sign of their child in a photo and so they're using facial recognition to single out their children and an email them a tax only those pictures containing their child is this call I'm sorry this is mostly it all sounds like it's something that a summer camp would not want to invest in well some summer camp pay for an offer it to the parents and they paid you know one to two dollars per day for the duration of the camp although I think the price goes down all belong to the campus some summer camp and don't offer it to they don't cover the cost but they give parents the option of paying it for them you know themselves so you know it's not that expensive you know think of it too we camped you know it's it's you know maybe twenty four dollars or so you know some parents obviously feel that that's a price worth paying to you know receive those photos of their children and for the convenience of not having to sift through photos every day or every week to find evidence of their children are in the camp and having fun and and doing well Julie perhaps a little more controversial is the use in schools the summer camps are obviously or a private situation now you've got maybe public schools using facial recognition how would schools use it well the way it's being sold to schools is on the basis of safety that if they can install the software to coincide with the the cameras that are already in existence at many schools that they can detect someone who shouldn't be on school grounds whether that an adult who shouldn't be there or in expelled or suspended student who is not supposed to be there and an alert will be sent to school administrators if someone is in a database of of people who are not allowed to be on school grounds it's also some of the software also can detect a gun if it's in the hand of someone at the school and and that will alert law enforcement under there someone to actually in a active shooter situation in the school so the way it's being marketed is something that will prevent school shootings potentially and there's one school district so far and the US that had purchased the software on the Lockport city school district in upstate New York but some lawmakers are became concerned about the privacy implications of this and how exactly schools would use it and it's been kind of temporarily halted for the time being we see you it's Julie jargon of the Wall Street journal your story also talks about a school using it for disciplinary purposes that sounds a little bit sketchy yeah that and that's a concern that one particular lawmaker raised in New York about having heard that at least one school district with with thinking that they could use this in it in addition to identifying people who should be on school grounds that they could use this to you know catch a kid is maybe outside spring graffiti on the wall or doing something else and so there was concern about how innovative doctors how would they actually use it and and would they be violating the privacy of a student's by using it for other purposes beyond just detecting potential threats Julie obviously this is such a controversial area people are concerned about where this data goes how long it's stored at what our parents and some legislators talking about you know some legislators are are trying to have a discussion about this before rushing into adopting this in schools in particular and and and having those questions answered that's this morning's Jennifer because Shinko with Wall Street journal columnist Julie Jorgenson rates the family and tech column it's thirty minutes now after the hour.

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"twenty four dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Parents to think twice about popping their children in more from this morning's Jennifer because shankha ready or not facial recognition technology is here and its use is growing as Julie jargon of the Wall Street journal tells us smart cameras and imaging software are turning up in summer programs and school campuses Julie how are summer camps using this facial recognition technology well some summer camps are asking parents if they want to sign up for services to enable them to receive photos of just their child or photos containing their child rather than having to sift through the hundreds of photos that they may receive from the campus hunger for every day you know kind of looking around for any sign of their child in a photo and so they're using facial recognition to single out their children and and email them a tax only those pictures containing their child is this call I'm sorry this is mostly it all sounds like it's something that a summer camp would not want to invest in some summer camps the pay for an offer it to the parents and they paid you know one to two dollars per day for the duration of the camp although I think the price goes down the old the longer the campus some summer camp and don't offer it they don't cover the cost but they give parents the option of paying it for them you know themselves so you know it's not that expensive you know see if they're too we camped you know it's it's you know maybe twenty four dollars or so obviously feel that that's a price worth paying to you know receive those photos of their children and for the convenience of not having to sift through photos every day or every week to find evidence of their children are in the camp and having fun and and doing well Julie perhaps a little more controversial is the use in schools the summer camps obviously or a private situation now you've got maybe public schools using facial recognition how would schools use it well the way it's being sold to schools is on the basis of safety that if they can install the software to coincide with the the cameras that are already in existence at many schools that they can detect someone who shouldn't be on school grounds whether that an adult who shouldn't be there or an expelled or suspended student who is not supposed to be there and an alert will be sent to school administrators if someone is in a database of of people who are not allowed to be on school grounds it's also some of the software also can detect a gun if it's in the hand of someone at the school and that will alert law enforcement under there someone actually in an active shooter situation in the school so the way it's being marketed is something that will prevent school shootings potentially and there's one school district so far and the US that had purchased the software block port city school district in upstate New York but some lawmakers are became concerned about the privacy implications of this and how exactly schools would use it and it's been kind of temporarily halted for the time being see you at Julie jargon of the Wall Street journal your story also talks about a school using it for disciplinary purposes that sounds a little bit sketchy yeah that and that's a concern that one particular lawmaker raised in New York about having heard that at least one school district with with thinking that they could use this in it in addition to identifying people who should be on school grounds of could use this to you know catch a kid is maybe outside spraying graffiti on the wall or doing something else and so there was concern about how innovative doctors how would they actually use it and and would they be violating the privacy of a student's by using it for other purposes beyond just detecting potential threats Julie obviously this is such a controversial area people are concerned about where this data goes how long it's stored at what our parents and some legislators talking about you know some legislators are are trying to have a discussion about this before rushing into adopting this in schools in particular and and and having those questions answered that's this morning's Jennifer because Shinko with Wall Street journal columnist Julie Jorgenson rates the family and tech column it's thirty minutes now after the hour.

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"twenty four dollars" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four dollars" Discussed on The Chalene Show

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"twenty four dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Beach coming under fire for using a Colin Kaepernick Jersey as a doormat where is this place I got to get there right right cross roads rocking country bar in the Pleasant Valley shopping centers all of that I think they taped it to the ground of the front entrance of people were wiping their feet stomping on it and that of course draws of television attention no other being protesters because that's not fair now he can he can the older in the anthem but you can't stop on his Jersey on the listener not good cheese classic dishes many people love but would you eat out of a cab truck what is it macaroni and cheese now I don't wanna a cold pizza you need American cheese in a can sure Hines macaroni cheese in the can is selling like hot cakes on Amazon well made with a creamy cheese sauce a one star review so again the arms on the it's a good read so delicious best quality just kidding it's trash one star reviews one star review well toggle bells could you hit by a tortilla shortage that can't be good no not when your whole of business models based on tortillas sure so wondered if that is all paid back for may he go we don't know the news I just find also Chuck I did yeah well they're bringing back free cocktails distros dial dining and hot towel service your comic lives I didn't see any of that I did not also beginning in November so November you're going to get those I went the first time I phone dealt a long time I went comfort class what is that that gives you the extra room for your legs and stuff you know how much does that cost extra twenty or thirty Bucks something like them as in a nice way of saying you have to buy two seats no no it's not medication is usually a lot more expensive get party rubble alley and one Texas Walmart taking no chances in the frozen aisle following of you see in the video the video of the blue bell liquor yeah until you until woman who pops the top one of blue bell ice cream looks it puts the top back and back into the display case gusting discussing what she's been caught apparently she's under age so I don't know that I got a prosecutor now but she should pay damages course one day she's got it licked now when I'm done Frank yeah meet the sticker shock at a restaurant in soho in New York is probably the prices piece of produce ever twenty four dollars for one tomato well really hi onyx persimmon grown not in soil but in nutrition fuse liquid at the Underwood greenhouse in upstate New York would you pay twenty four dollars for a tomato no well I did pay twenty five dollars once for five carriage and turned out to be a fake diamond she what was your first clue it didn't shine did so there you go crack when you hit it on the desk hi thanks juggle seating for you go over her that accident I'm looking at it now southbound eighty three add Shewan right side rant plane room to get by but there are several medic units there all right very good we'll see in a couple of after the top of the hour Tommy Lauren will be here and her book never played dead we'll talk about that and get a reaction to the U. S. women's soccer team and now they are speaking up speaking their conscience in just a moment but first.

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"twenty four dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And for twenty four dollars a month. You were able to get that house. So if you knew that going in you wouldn't walk away, maybe from this negotiation. You would continue to go shading see if he'll come down a little bit. If you went up a little bit more, and when you putting it over a thirty year loan, it's really not that painful. So when the interest rates of this low now, you know who knows? That's me knocking on wood. I hope these interest rates last the whole summer. But, you know, the look at that stock market is going up look at the the economy itself is as roaring. I, you know, I'm deathly afraid that these interest rates are going to go. I am surprised as hell that they're still here. And we're at almost the lowest point we've been since before the election and over the last November. This is the time to jump on things before these interest rates go up. It makes a big difference. If the interest rates were five and a half and six percent, and I'll tell you something a lot of twenty and thirty year olds don't realize that interest rates can be a lot higher than they are. When I bought my first house going back forty years, but my interest rate was eleven percent. And except for the last ten years before the last ten years the interest rates averaged for mortgages about nine percent. You know, we're not even half of that right now. This is the time to jump on it, and you know, you jump on it. Now, you will have this interest rate for thirty years, and whether these interest rates go up next month or at the end of the summer or by the end of the year over the next thirty years, they'd go to go up. So to put it off as silly. And the houses are going up. You know, these houses most areas houses are going up at least three percent a year. So to wait, you're risking the interest rates going up, and the house was gonna cost more if you can get into a house now that is the thing to do. And the way you get started is to grab a loan officer find out what you're talking about. Get all your ducks in order, and then go out there. Eight hundred number you have the all in the office again is three two one five five five. Let me tell you the last two weeks I met with two groups of people and the the first group was a small group. It was less than twenty people at first time homebuyers, a real estate office had put this group together. And there were about eighteen people and the second group another real estate company. I'd put together they were about forty five people all first-time homebuyers. They're all young people quoting to me because anybody. Anybody under sixty as a young person to me? But. You know when I met with them. I learned a lot they had no idea. Most of them had no idea what they would qualify for. They knew that what they were comfortable with paying monthly in an apartment, and you know, about a quarter of them were in apartments already, but about half of them will living home with parents. And they wanted to move out and they were thinking between an apartment and a house, but but they had questions. What do they qualify for what kind of a program how much money do they need out of their pocket? And so they were all in this audience. And I remember the first person the first couple that stood up. And I wanted to present that to you today. So that you know, what the processes when you call a loan officer this couple stood up and he made about forty five thousand dollars a year and his wife made thirty nine thousand dollars a year. So the total income was about eighty four thousand dollars. Well, that's seven thousand dollars. Month. Let me tell you how easy it is to qualify. Somebody put you in a ballpark the guidelines, and that's what they are guidelines is nothing strict that this is not a penny.

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"twenty four dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And for twenty four dollars a month. You were able to get that house. So if you knew that going in you wouldn't walk away, maybe from this negotiation. You would continue to go shading see he'll come down a little bit. If you went up a little bit more. And when you putting it over a thirty year loan, it's really not that painful. So when the interest rates this low now, you know who knows? That's me knocking on wood. I hope these interest rates last the whole summer. But you know, the stock market is going up look at the the economy itself is is roaring. I, you know, I'm deathly afraid that these interest rates are going to go. I am surprised as hell that they're still here. And we're at the lowest point we've been since before the election over last November. This is the time to jump on things before these interest rates go up. It makes a big difference. If the interest rates were five and a half and six percent, and I'll tell you something a lot of twenty and thirty year olds don't realize that interest rates can be a lot higher than they are when I bought my first house going back forty years, but my interest rate was eleven percent. And except for the last ten years before the last ten years the interest rates averaged for mortgages about nine percent. You know, we're not even half of that right now. This is the time to jump on it, and you know, you jump on it. Now, you will have this interest rate for thirty years, and whether these interest rates go up next month or at the end of the summer or by the end of the year over the next thirty years go up so to put it off as silly. And the houses are going up these houses, you know, most areas houses are going up at least three percent of year. So the wait you're risking the interest rates going up, and the house is going to cost more if you can get into a house now that is the thing to do. And the way you get started is to grab a loan officer find out what you're talking about. Get all your ducks in order, and then go out there. Eight hundred number you have the all in the office again is three two one five. Let me tell you the last two weeks I met with two groups of people and the the first group was a small group. It was less than. Twenty people a first time home buyers a real estate office had put this group together. And there were eighteen people and the second group another real estate company had put together they were about forty five people all first time homebuyers. I, you know, they're all young people quoting to me because anybody. Anybody under sixty young person to me, but. When I met with them. I learned a lot they had no idea. Most of them had no idea what they would qualify for. They knew that what they will comfortable with paying monthly in an apartment, and you know, about a quarter of them were in apartments or ready, but about half of them will living home with parents. And they wanted to move out and they would thinking between an apartment in a house, but but they had questions. What do they qualify for what kind of a program how much money do they need out of their pocket? And so they will all in this audience. And I remember the first person the first couple that stood up. And I wanted to present that to you today. So that you know, what the processes when you call a loan officer this couple stood up and he made about forty five thousand dollars a year and his wife made thirty nine thousand dollars a year. So the total income was about eighty four thousand dollars. Well, that's seven thousand dollars. Month. Let me tell you how easy it is to qualify. Somebody put you in a ballpark. The guidelines, and that's what they are guidelines is nothing strict that this is not a penny more their guidelines.

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"twenty four dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And for twenty four dollars a month. You were able to get that house. So if you knew that going in you wouldn't walk away, maybe from this negotiation. You would continue to go shading see he'll come down a little bit. If you went up a little bit more, and when you putting it over thirty year loan, it's really not that painful. So when the rates of this low now, you know who knows? That's me knocking on wood. I hope these interest rates last the whole summer. But you know, the look that stock market is going up look at the the economy itself is roaring deathly afraid that these interest rates are going to go. I am surprised as hell that they're still here. And we're at the almost the lowest point we've been since before the election last November. This is the time to jump on things before these interest rates go up. It makes a big difference. You know, if the interest rates were five and a half and six percent, and I'll tell you something a lot of twenty and thirty year olds don't realize that interest rates can be a lot higher than they are. When I bought my first house going back forty years, but my interest rate was eleven percent. And except for the last ten years before the last ten years the interest rates averaged for mortgages about nine percent. You know, we're not even half of that right now. This is the time to jump on it, and you know, you jump on it. Now, you will have this interest rate for thirty years, and whether these interest rates go up next month or at the end of the summer or by the end of the year over the next thirty years, they go up so to put it off as silly. And the houses are going up these houses most areas houses are going up at least three percent of year. So to wait, you're risking the interest rates going up, and the house is going to cost more if you can get into a house now that is the thing to do. And the way you get started is to grab a loan officer find out what you're talking about. Get all your ducks in order, and then go out there. Eight hundred number you have all in the office again is three two one five. Let me tell you the last two weeks I met with two groups of people and the the first group was a small group. It was less than. Twenty people first time homebuyers, a real estate office had put this group together. And there were eighteen people and the second group another real estate company. I put together they were about forty five people all first time homebuyers. I they're all young people calling me because anybody. Anybody under sixty as young person to me? But when I met with them, I learned a lot they had no idea. Most of them had no idea what they would qualify for. They knew that they will comfortable with paying monthly in an apartment, and you know, about a quarter of them were in apartments already, but about half of them will living home with parents. And they wanted to move out and they were thinking between an apartment in house. But but they had questions. What do they qualify for what kind of a program how much money do they need out of their pocket? And so they were all in this audience that I remember the first person the first couple that stood up. And I wanted to present that to you today. So that you know, what the processes when you call a loan officer this couple stood up and he made about forty five thousand dollars a year and his wife made thirty nine thousand dollars a year. So the total. Income was about eighty four thousand dollars. Well, that's seven thousand dollars a month. Let me tell you how easy it is to qualify. Somebody put you in a ballpark. The guidelines, and that's what they are guidelines is nothing strict that this is not a penny.

first house officer thirty years thirty year ten years eighty four thousand dollars thirty nine thousand dollars forty five thousand dollars seven thousand dollars twenty four dollars eleven percent three percent nine percent forty years six percent two weeks
"twenty four dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And for twenty four dollars a month. You were able to get that house. So if you knew that going in you wouldn't walk away, maybe from this negotiation. You would continue negotiating Seafield come down a little bit. If you went up a little bit more. And when you're putting it over a thirty year loan, it's really not that painful. So when the interest rates this low now, you know who knows? That's me knocking on wood. I hope these interest rates last the whole summer. But, you know, the look at that stock market is going up look at the the economy itself is is roaring. I, you know, I'm deathly afraid that these interest rates are going to go. I am surprised as hell that they're still here. And we're at almost a lowest point we've been since before the election over the last November. This is the time to jump on things before these interest rates go up. It makes a big difference. You know, if the interest rates were five and a half and six percent, and I'll tell you something a lot of twenty and thirty year olds don't realize that interest rates can be a lot higher than they are. When I bought my first house going back forty years, but my interest rate was eleven percent. And except for the last ten years before the last ten years the interest rates averaged for mortgages about nine percent. You know, we're not even half of that right now. This is the time to jump on. And you know, you jump on it. Now, you will have this interest rate for thirty years, and whether these interest rates go up next month or at the end of the summer or by the end of the year over the next thirty years. They're going to go up so to put it off as silly. And the houses are going up these houses, you know, most areas houses are going up at least three percent of year. So to wait, you're risking the interest rates going up, and the house is going to cost more if you can get into a house now that is the thing to do. And the way you get started is to grab a loan officer find out what you're talking about. Get all your ducks in order and then go out near eight hundred number. You have the all in the office again is three two one five five five five. Let me tell you the last two weeks I met with two groups of people and the the first group was a small group. It was less than. Twenty people first time homebuyers, a real estate office had put this group together. And there were about eighteen people and the second group another real estate company. I'd put together they were about forty five people all first time home buyers. I they're all young people quoting to me because anybody. Anybody under sixty is a young person to me. But. You know when I met with them. I learned a lot they had no idea. Most of them had no idea what they would qualify for. They knew that what they will comfortable with paying monthly in an apartment, and you know, about a quarter of them were in apartments already, but about half of them will living home with parents, and they wanted to move out and they would thinking between an apartment and a house, but but they have questions what do they qualify for what kind of a program how much money do they need out of their pocket. And so they were all in this audience. And I remember the first person the first couple that stood up. And I wanted to present that to you today. So that you know, what the processes when you call a loan officer this couple stood up and he made about forty five thousand dollars a year and his wife made thirty nine thousand dollars a year. So the total income was about eighty four thousand dollars. Well, that's seven thousand dollars. Month. Let me tell you how easy it is to qualify. Somebody put you in a ballpark the guidelines, and that's what they are guidelines is nothing strict that this is not a penny more their guidelines the guidelines say if you're making seven thousand dollars a month together, you shouldn't have a mortgage payment more than thirty five percent. So thirty five percent of seven grand is twenty four fifty so their mortgage payments should not go over twenty four fifty. Well, they're making seven grand now. What if they were looking at a found a house in their payment was going to be twenty five hundred twenty six hundred. It's not that strict it's a guideline, but it is you a ballpark of what you're looking at. So these people they to beat in the guideline they should have a payment around twenty four fifty now if they go up to thirty five percent..

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PagerDuty Sends a Message to Wall Street

MarketFoolery

06:22 min | 1 year ago

PagerDuty Sends a Message to Wall Street

"Pager duty went public on Thursday and shares were up more than sixty percent. Now, Ron this is off wear company with a really really bad name. That it is unfortunate. So what exactly is hatred and why the excitement here? So as a motley fools techs expert. I think this is certainly appropriate for me to answer. Thank you for governor to me. I appreciate it sarcasm. So it's it's a software company that basically it absorbs the signals from all the software that your company is throwing out there, whether you slack or October or all the different software systems. It's your company it's a lot of signals the interpret it they decide if any action is needed if there's anything going wrong and the glitches and the problems, and then they'll send that information to the appropriate person in the organization. So the problem can be resolved makes perfect sense. Lots of companies need a software such as this. They are not the only people in the world that that do it that atlassian spunk have a presence in the space as well. But they have some great clients. They are growing. Really quickly. And there's a lot of excitement around the company and its growth. And that's why you see the stock really pop on its first day of trading. Yeah. They went public at twenty four dollars a share it as we're talking up in round three nine dollars. Really nice first day for for page of duty. It's pretty interesting business. I've been digging through the one which is the public filing. When when you and now that you're going to go public on they specialize in this on call management. So like Juan said they call incidents response. So like, the really the software layer in they're trying to to monitor what's happening at the from all this all the digital signals that Ron mentioned, and then help companies make sense of it. It's built by developers. Founded was founded by developers who used to be at Amazon the and co founder, Alex Solomon's more than seven percent of the stock, and it's CEO and co-chairwoman Jennifer to hate Ashi owns more than six percent of the stocks are really nice day for them. It's very heavily venture capital back. Obviously has a lot of these companies are more than one hundred million revenue. Now, maybe the the Mark cap is up near three billion dollars. So kind of around there. So really a nice day for a company that's pretty interesting, and like Ron said like competes with atlassian has more than eleven thousand clients, including a third of the fortune five hundred so it it's planning really big space with a lot of excitement now estimated twenty five billion dollar potential market that these companies are selling into company's not profitable. But it's only the heard losing only say only around forty million or so last year that's not actually big loss. They they probably with just a little bit of growth. Good could turn profitable, which one would hope with the three billion dollars. And they spend significant amount of dollars on research and development north of thirty percent, which is exceptional and their Bill. It's really developing platform. They have more than three hundred fifty thousand people who are. Hyde into the paid clients who are tied into their platform and their developers, and it's really trying to play in provide solutions in this debt developer operations DevOps space allows these companies to collaborate and work closer together. That's that's a really hot space of right now that investors and and engineers are looking at and guys let's pull the lens back because probably a good reminder here that the first day IPO pop. Well, that's not how it always plays out. We have lift which went public in late March. So just a few weeks ago, and it had a nice first day shares hit a high of around eight dollars. And now they trade around sixty one dollars a new all-time low well below the IPO price does lift in that I experienced give us any caution. Or does it? Tell us anything about pager duty. Yes. Well, tell you a lot about IPO's in general, which are all based all-stock pricing. In fact, his based on the supply and the. End of the stock and sometimes the demand for an IPO gets a little bit out of whack with the realities of the business and the fundamentals of the business, and sometimes, you know, it's hard to it's a case by case basis. I'm not saying that's the case here with pager duty. If I was CEO of a company, and I found out that my investor been bankers underpriced by fifty percent, I might be a little bit angry about that actually because I would want to capture more of that cash in the actual peo- price than just in the aftermarket. I'm so just be careful. Sometimes these the demand is a is a little bit too hyped. IPO's are somewhat hot right now. There's no real rush, especially for long term investors. Nothing you feel like you're going to have to miss out on it's fine to just watch company and learn about it. Yeah. Somewhat high there smoking right now. I mean lifts performance was kind of a drag. But there's a lot of excitement in the IPO market right now. And patriots one of these cloud based companies that came out I Ron, right? Like, you know, if you're if you're one of. The companies and saying, wow, gosh, there's a little bit of money left on the table. So it's a fine line and how they kind of price. These actually pager duty was originally price it somewhere in the below twenty dollars. I think nineteen twenty and they ended up going at twenty four. Now, the stock was up near the in the high thirties. So a kind of fine line. How you think about that? That's we had to be a little bit careful when you're vesting because not all your stocks your IPO's when they come out public on day one. They're going to go up sixty percent. Okay. Guys. Well, we were talking before the story about before we came on air about how bad the name is. So as we wrap up here, I've got to ask you, what's the worst part of the name is the pager or is it the duty? Because I genuinely don't know. I think they're both so bad. If you could only replace one of those words, what are you replacing? I would have to replace pager to be honest with it just it it just so such an old kind of, you know, dude, fine. It's doing double duty. It's working overtime doing. What it does? I don't know what pagers about. Okay, I'm going. I would change the second part of the name duty. Okay. Okay. Fair enough. I'm gonna leave it out there. Let that flowed out there. Yeah. I'm also a character, by the way in

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"twenty four dollars" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four dollars" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"That's just. Twenty four dollars. What at the okay? So this morning Joe I wanted to get to this last that rather than I because it's a Randy type topic. And I don't wanna lose the context, I get emotional sometimes and the rest of the show gets buried in this tidal wave of Dan Bongino, catecholamines neurotransmitters, right? Yeah. I saw a tweet this morning. From an elected Representative mine going to put the name out there because I don't it. It was so upset about it. And it's another one of these tweets blaming the United States government for the tragic death of the seven year old girl who was brought across the border illegally. And and and died now, folks. You know, you look at a picture this seven year old girl. I have a assumed to be seven year old myself. She six going to be seven in January. Two beautiful. Is a beautiful young child of God. Who's now debt she's not with us anymore. She died pretty horrifically. Dehydration had something like one hundred and four fever liver failure. I mean think about it. Right. Can you imagine what it's like to die of dehydration? I mean, if I don't have a drink of water for four hours. You know, you get uncomfortable imagine walking through a desert and not having any fluids for for days, food or water or anything. She was seven. She was seven years old. This is a human being. This is not some political football. This is not some how do we leverage? This for Twitter. Re tweets I've been stayed away from this. I have not tweeted on this any original content tweets at all because this is a child of God that died a horrific death and shouldn't have. But this is now beyond even the north. I'm typically disgusted by low character horrible, people up on the hill on Capitol Hill. It's why thank the Lord every day. I did not win. My runs for office. I've made a far more of a dent on the outside. And that went on the inside. But using this. What do we what do you call this a soul wrenching death of this beautiful seven-year-old girl as a way to get like tweets or to what get donations from your campaign donors and to blame the United States? The heroic men at a border patrol that did everything they could to get this woman medical help in Q. This this young lady seven-year-old girl, the be precise. Including an air, ambulance. They flew her to a hospital to try to save her. And you you you think this is like some kind of a Twitter game for you for what donations or to grab a few extra votes on your next immigration Bill. It's disgusting. It is of politics is a grotesque abhorrent. Really horrible gross game. But I've gotta tell you what I've seen with regards to this. This young girl is some of the most disgusting cynical morally in politics, I have ever seen in my life. You should be ashamed of yourself. Our government did everything they could to save this beautiful. Look at her picture, gorgeous seven-year-old girl, did everything they could to save this girl. And you crap all over our country in an effort to do what? Folks, it just reminds me of something you have to really keep in mind to fight. We're in these days. We are fighting with a group of people on the other side of the ideological. I'm not talking about all Democrats. I want to be really clear on this at bothers some people. They say, oh, all Democrats are sitting there not I know because I live they live in my neighborhood. These are not bad people. We just have different ideas on things. The radical far left however lives in an absolute moral vacuum. They bay themselves in the evil, soap, this is what they do. They are just obsessed with the idea that you must hate the United States. They have I call it. I wrote here a hate America narrative for just about everything..

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"twenty four dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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The Nightly Rant

01:55 min | 2 years ago

A Pack of 7th Graders Running

"Welcome to the nightly rant. I'm Mike and I'm toria. This is the show where we talk about the awful things that have happened in our day, the awesome things that have happened in our day and all the things in between. Thanks for listening in. We've truly hope you enjoy.

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"twenty four dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"You know and you need to be cutting some grass or something like that and your dad did the same kind of thing i mean it's our dads taught us to work and to go make go start a business and lots of teens today wanna start a business so we've got the teen entrepreneur toolbox for forty nine ninety nine twenty four dollars free bonus items including a free audiobook and he book an in the teen on just what's in the box it very first thing into by save is going to be a portfolio footage teenager and then also a parrot god for the parent because our thing is we want to make sure that we're strengthening parents to help them make their young person a teen entrepreneur so the portfolio the first half of it is going to be pretty much guideline hate here's which need to do here's how you need to go about doing it and then the back of their portfolio is we literally give them a calendar schedule contact forms thank you cars inside of this portfolio than apparent guide it's just literally everything we're teaching teenagers but we're telling the parents hey this is how you can help then besides those two things dave you have thank you cars cue cars to help kids from member the elevator pitch like how are you going to approach someone what are you going to say and what should you not say but one thing i do love which which we teach here's is just gratitude being grateful so once a teenager earned someone's business we're going to teach them how to say thank you so we give them thank you cars and we encourage him a write something on the back of say hey thank you so much from allowing for you allow me to earn your business and you gotta at the app now dave is just amazing i've been playing around with it and i'm like man i really need this when i was younger because when i opened up my sour sucker business i needed to know how much money i could make but also how much money my spending on getting my supplies so there's a lot of great stuff inside this app then.

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"twenty four dollars" Discussed on Important, Not Important

Important, Not Important

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four dollars" Discussed on Important, Not Important

"Messed up whereas in the uk they have applied a very simple tool of a coven tax and only on corpo ans so they did a very targeted tax and it's about eighteen spur ton which may be dollars about twenty four dollars or twenty dollars and that's you know much lower than the social cost of carbon that we are talking about it's much lower than the cost of actually capturing goven but what it has done is that it has essentially eliminated from the mix last year the you get his point seven percent of all electric from cold last year the full day in since the industry dilution began when the uk did not burn coal for whole day so so there are you know you can do these things that carbon tax you can do these things with a cap and trade system where taxes can be burdensome can be a blunt to you know there are advantages and disadvantages to them but there is a separate system where you price govern and you are treated so if i'm a producer of governor side and i actually need to be able to keep producing it for whatever reason i can invest in capture technology right now i will buy so the credits for the extra carbon dioxide that i'm producing from a market in the market that might be some other people who are like well we can put this governed capture technology at cheaper prices and so we will be able to capture that connects and they will be sell those pets to you and you can have this market which is currently working in the eu which is going to be working in california in canada in the northeastern states in the us.

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"twenty four dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"My ticket at twenty four dollars and uh hope you for a price here i than than i did vinyl is down the hill a full field six now furlongs who do you like i'm going to go one four seven eight which is the two simon callahan horses uh both of his philly sprinted in that juvenile her sprint um against the boys in on a round the breeder's cup time there and number one ran really well there so one out of the flame and he also as number seven treasuring it tend to one i think both of those have good shop i'm also using the four and the aid so one four seven eight by singling and then going to deep we and then six and then these four in the final wicketkeep articulate twenty four dollars and i think with the little value in the last two leg if we could pay pretty good today all right thanks vivienne our guest handicapper speed vigors out com matt but tasca and uh have a great day thanks to get look to everybody i uh dollar day today first post 1245 twelve thirty percent needed ballard admission sodas hot dogs fears and mimosas and don't forget coming up next weekend presidents weekend and we will have the outcome 'anerie out there beyond saturday dollar day on sunday and president's day with the loss the fog stake on monday all postimess or 1245 and we want to hook up uh live from pebble beach a new day and we used to be together uh back in many moons ago a hooked on golf would follow me and now they're gonna follow me again as their a live from pebble beach good morning good morning i'm john here mitch here as well beyond a mixture there and uh and our first post at seven twelve seven twelve and of course uh sam snead and the dow finsterwald hanada billy casper and gave whoort will not be playing this weekend north likeliest poros nor jewish forced one of my favorite offers in fact i always love the way that he made his second and third shot but they tell me today with the new equipment the newball they hit him so far they don't need the second and third shah sam i'll tell you these guys some of these guys hit have so far.

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"twenty four dollars" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

Christy Wright's Business Boutique

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four dollars" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

"Have them just so that that there it's about twenty four dollars a month so it's not bad i know that but were still so small that twenty four dollars maybe putting into the digital marketing or something else but we also want to give up our website there's so much work into building them to shut it down to the ideas exhausting reagan it's a valid question but i'll tell you it's a pretty simple answer i wouldn't get rid of your website ideally in the long term as you grow you want to drive more traffic to your website not less you have more functionality you have more options and yet more ownership not to mention way better branding when you send people to your website that's why for 24 bucks a month i would totally keep it in fact you can use this as an opportunity to think of ways to send more people they're having that 24 dollarcost may light a fire under you to get more traffic to justify maintaining it and you know what you bring up a good point you said to start it back up again later sounds exhausting and you're right you're going to one website at some point but guess what you've already got one for twenty four bucks a month all you have do is maintain it and keep it i would encourage you to keep your website and if anything find ways to drive more traffic there to justify keeping that cost great question and i hope this helps all right our next question comes from general jinll what's your question my name is now avery and my business as call let me healthy enough focus on nutrition fitness and complete wellness i also create jury incentive cds essential oils my question is is there a difference between a newsletter in the balog should that information be the same or dip france which one should i thought this more on and which one would create more traffic to the website and to sell products and services okay geno let me explain the difference between a newsletter and block really quickly us several questions here someone to try to answer all of those number one your newsletter is likely something that you send out to an email list the way that you build that email list is through offering access to that newsletter now what i mean by that is the news.

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"twenty four dollars" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four dollars" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"For just twenty four dollars just go to 1800flowerscom e s p and let me read a few of these tweets actually on the quarterback question because dennis brings up how 'bout aj mccarron being available next year remember he's fighting for the right he is to be in an unrestricted restricted free agent there's that battle now if he could be unrestricted if he is unrestricted vailable again he's one of those guys that the p word is attached to own the potential of what he can do but really the unknown of what he can actually do walter points out ally manning might also be available in that we have raised many times is a possibility the key the key the concept the drew brees can become a free agent is out there as well and a lot of people are are are putting into the equation mike the notion that one of the teams them i need a quarterback next year is pittsburgh right ben roethlisberger has talked a lot about retirement now there are some guys who do that red far and then he just kept coming back in back in banned and banned talks about retirement talks about injuries yeah talked about that he's talked about his concerns about concussions in la takes a lotta hits he's made a lot of money how would you assess the chances that rothlisberger doesn't come back next year as as i don't believe it i think he'll be back but certainly what let's just play that aalto and understand that if pittsburgh if he does retire that is a team that would want to grab a veteran because you have antonio brown you have lay beyond val you have a good offense you ave a defense that is just getting better and better you don't wanna bring a young guy in there you don't want to break well you know what i guess i shouldn't say that to exactly how ben came into play ben came in you know as a top pick had a great running game in a really good defense and they would win super bowls they just didn't want him throw the ball awful lot so i guess i should take that back they've already proven that you can bring.

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"twenty four dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"San diego for twenty four dollars fortyeight eighty crown is this on frontier yesterday have you were flown frontier before yes i have quite a few times so you know you have to have a carryon suitcase i talked about two micro careers cabin whether you need to have a micro carryon to take with the on frontier you have to pay the baggage charges a vote macarry went on and the pair or any of this show charred quit thank you very very much pretty information sure it i hope you have a great experience on frontier frontier has recently been running fifteen dour one way flights and there our attentiongetters but you can brooke these really cheap flights on frontier in my oldest brother and his wife fly frontier routinely around the country and they're retired and they look for these sales that pop up and they say yeah why don't we go there it's twenty eight dollars or whatever and just got a no it's a little bit different experience flying frontier spirit nobody egypt you're listening to the clark howard show the three things the new republican tax plan is getting a big push from president trump from causing a slick opportunity that will cut taxes for the middle class and bring back jobs fill hurricane arm as longgone officials across the state say the cleanup of debris it hurting earnest's awake could last until the end of hurricane season puerto rico's ethnic trump administration to its shipping restrictions that the islands struggles recover from hurricane maria sitting restrictions hatton late in previous thorens the president trump has yet to act since hurricane maria there were boom here is cowboys owner jerry jones took in the world about one another about for her it's appalling in the open line and tell us where you stand quite for for the.

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"twenty four dollars" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four dollars" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"You could get a permit for twenty four dollars in a thumbprint may was it i wanna overhead yeah i halfdozen shootings involving gang members trying to make their bones were trying to kill armed citizen about a month and a half ago for guerra women who tried to kill on citizens lay trying to they would go during the maker barron's by murdering someone on the street okay that the ganz the gangster yeah obviously they didn't know they were armed at the time and yank rather fitness brive there and it ended the gang the problem for several years and tacoma and recently i went and got my feet up you here first time in decade and i went back to terry and my paperwork to become an instructor yeah and there were between i would get faith sixty and seventy folks down there applying it state belief for their permits yeah and i thought you know finally somebody is starting to step up and take responsibility and arkansas actually have some training requirement um so it's not like it was back thirty years ago was like airs my money my problem but people are starting to step up and take responsibility clearly it's horrible an anti shame we have to do it but people are i think her is tired of it yeah i know people are tired of it and uh you know the second amendment is the second amendment for a reason you're right to keep the bear arms shall not be infringed and we need to take that seriously and we need always be packing always be ready because on armed society is a polite society and you you know i don't want to hear any more talk about all we need more guncontrol we need to get the guns off the street really how wells at work working in chicago you know well getting along those lines when people are asking why these chief of police isn't doing anything in that goes back to what the i won't be was here he lost control of his side arm for what three weeks yellow he has met i mean he just curious i spent almost thirty years in the army and unlike you know that's just the indicative of a whole slew of things right there yeah and i think we're starting to see that come to roost i i think we are in appreciate your call randy thank you very much 501 four three three zero zero.

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