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Fresh "two hundred dollars" from ESPN FC
"Well there were sixty years. Wow okay but they were still under. There's something a hot about that. How furthermore this statement from kake cap okay. So it's not just funding games. They quote extremely concerned over the content of a video circulating on social media which raises potential integrity issues surrounding the aforementioned natch. Now why were there integrity issues. Well let's show you the video it would appear to show a shirtless brunswick not in own dressing room. Work in the dressing room of olympia and what looks like handing out money. I very much money. These singles he's not. He's not making a rain here. This is beyond this is into. This is into the realm of the absurd. I what are you doing if they're an olympia player. Like what could he possibly be giving you one hundred dollars two hundred dollars. Make it worth your while to accept it and you not think this is kind of fishy. This smells a little weird you know. Maybe i shouldn't be taken his mommy. I was just playing against this dude. And now he's in our locker room handing out dollar bills and there's a video camera right. Yeah that's a copycat boy kopf for you so we love this segment we love you got concacaf but i think we have to ask now doing do we need to retire. The segment like are we ever going to see anything. More concha calf then the vice president of a country and team owner at the age of sixty inserting himself in a game and playing for fifty four minutes. That we get a heat map. The did you see the heat. Man how nelson conga calf. Maybe like a To league tournament. Forty-seven what's the story with people. What's the story with people Your owners playing planet that goes check on. You was a centreback me. He had played since early. Twenty one thirty three thirty four by the time. I was there and he was just the owner. Who's the boss man. So anytime we had any issues. You what the captain. Thirty three or thirty four. That's a far away from sixty from from sixty. The washington post by the way reporting. He's a convicted drug trafficker in two european countries. He's been convicted of bank robbery. And according to the honduran press he's not actually being going to be allowed to travel to undo us for the second leg of this tested his international legal issues all jokes aside it begs. The question discuss record is not a secret. How do you get registered. And how did he become an owner of a team. And how do they get into the concacaf competition. All of a sudden catheters out a statement as if they're very worried. This is the first time they've they've stumbled upon it so we'll we'll wait to see where that statement and that. What comes of that very interesting. I'm sure investigation from cop. Also out of the konkan capri sun. With a great performance today four napoli had two assists for abilene a four. Nothing win over some thirty at this after. He scored on the weekend.
Massive Coolers at High Stakes Live Cash
"Let's dive in to these hands. We're going to start out with hand from live at the bike. John you wanna break down the action for. Yeah if you're so this. I believe they're playing by one hundred one hundred two hundred fifty one hundred. Two hundred eighty as the big wind is two hundred dollars. Jd opens quinton off suit to eight hundred. James wakes up with aces and the cut off and puts an a pretty standard size three. But this is where the hand starts getting a little wacky. Honestly andy wakes up in the struggle with pocket kings and decides to just flat the through bet listening the audio commentary for this had and the commentators seem to imply that like. Jd had some reason to be tilted before the start of this and he started the hand with exactly twelve thousand dollars. So i think it's very possible that maybe he got stacks very Like you know maybe right before this hand and just reloaded for twelve k And thought that maybe. Andy is trapping kings here with the hopes that jd would find some sort of four bet Or you know just rip in his twelve k stack over the three but And he'd be able to kind of put. James tough spot if james aside flat or or do something with After three bedding so Yeah already sort of often kind of a strange. Start here with andy. A flooding the kings pre flop. Do you know anything about james specifically because it could be the james He is an elderly gentleman. And so is it possible that james just has such a tight three about range that andy doesn't have a four bit range versus james three but i mean okay so what i know about james is. He's a regular on these high six games on my but the bike he plays very very frequently. I'm gonna assume that he's not a professional or like never was a appro. But you know i think he's like you said like leave. It reaches certainly going to be tighter than it should be that being said like i. I still can't see. Andy not forgetting kings just as the standard plate universities. A three from james i. I don't think james is is someone who only has like aces kings queens in king. I think he's gonna at least have you know more more hands than like the ultra-tight wreck player through about range. I mean we'd have to ask andy to know what his strategy construction is here. We can't no i think. The commentators speculating in the same way that. we're speculating. And i think that you know this is. They're very deep here right. Yeah pretty deep spot. It's a three about pot. Already to andy and i don't know i'm not exactly sure. Always constructing is prefab strategy. I do know that. He called very quickly though which means that he kind of knows what he's doing in this spot for some reason or another whether it be the read that like you know the twelve k stacks just gonna jayme it in Although you know facing a three bad and then a cold flat like you have to think that the twelve k stack is going to be a little hesitant to just acts stack in no matter how tilted they
Influential Educators: NYC Sunday School Founder Catherine Ferguson
"Became an anchoring force. And catherine or katie's life. Though she was never taught to read or write she became well versed in the bible as a young teenager. Katie began attending a local presbyterian church. It was a largely scottish denomination and katie soon. Made an impression on isabella. graham isabella was a scottish. Born philanthropist and the founder of a school for girls when katie was around sixteen years. Old isabella graham bought her freedom for two hundred dollars. Katie was initially given six years to work off the debt but isabella later agreed to eleven months of work for one hundred dollars. Isabella's son-in-law raised the other half of the money by the age of eighteen. Katie was free. She soon married and had two children. The both died in infancy to support herself. Katie began making cakes but she soon became increasingly concerned about the children she saw on the street. The devastation from the revolutionary war along with the huge influx of immigrants created dire levels of poverty throughout new york. That was especially true in lower manhattan. Where katie had spent much of her life in seventeen ninety. Three katie began gathering children from the streets on sundays for religious instruction. They met at her home at fifty one warren street. The reverend from her church soon heard of her classes. He offered her space in a spare room of his new congregation on murray street. That's actually the street i live on. Now it's believed that katie's was the first sunday school in new york city over the course of her katie took in forty eight children. Some she rescued from the city's poor houses others from their families. She would raise them herself or help. Get them placed in better situations. Katie never had much money herself having spent it all on her children but she had an endless supply of prayers and defeat
Taliban Say Western Union to Resume Operations
"The Taliban says Western Union will resume its operations in Afghanistan in financial services giant halted operations when the Taliban took power in Kabul on August fifteenth the move that full opens a red conduit for foreign funds to flow into the cash strapped country the decision will be especially welcomed by Afghans with foreign relatives abroad hundreds of people have been lining up daily outside banks to withdraw cash withdrawal rules would be limited to two hundred dollars per week and the cash machines aren't always working the overcrowding means that not everyone manages to obtain money on a given day I'm Charles Taylor that's my
Wagering Strategies in Final Jeopardy!
"Wanted to talk about a final jeopardy about a week and a half ago right. The one episode. You watch was officially. The season now is on august. Thirteen right right. And there's a guy who's been on it for a while. He's very good right matt man. Yeah it's very knowledgeable. He does rub you a little the wrong way people have. I'm okay twitter and stuff. Just his attitude and my girls don't like it because he never says what is or who is he always says. What's her who's funny. Because you know the answer is you know you can bet on that. He'll say what's you can bet on that. Okay just uses contractual uses contractual. It's he's very kurt me. Does it in his regular speech when he's talking to if you've noticed okay so it's just kind of his attitude. He's just an odd kind of character. Right well tell us about. This city's a bad guy. Okay just a little different to tell us about this final jeopardy you had some. I guess we're talking. But this is a gambling podcasts. Folks so there is some game theory here. maybe. I think you're gonna talk to them. Basically my point is. I'm talking about how emotion plays into how you risk. Okay and we all see that when we gamble when we play craps. I'm very emotional. You're less emotional but you know people are emotional. They even even on slot machines right casino kind of counts on that so sure they get somebody gets down and they'll pull out another hundred because they just sure they can get it back right in the next thing you know. They've lost four hundred instead of the two hundred that they thought they were gonna lose and the casino kind of on that but this episode at the end was particularly fascinating to me and my wife and our daughters we all four watched it and we talked about it for like a half hour after it in. Okay yeah well it came down to final jeopardy met the champion had twenty seven thousand two hundred dollars. Okay and then there was a lady and she had thirteen thousand six hundred so exactly exactly how going into final jeopardy. So that doesn't happen too right and she was actually a very good player. Okay she had actually been in the lead ahead of him at one point but then she got a double jeopardy question wrong and she lost a bunch of money and so she ended up with exactly. Half of the third contestant was virtually out of the pitch right he had like twenty four hundred dollars. He had a very small amount. I mean the only way he could actually win as if they both busted and that wasn't going to happen because then would would have to bet at all right now if you haven't watched he's a little aggressive not like james wholesaler was in that he'll bets it all every time but the first time he gets a double jeopardy he bets it all okay. The second time usually he has a big lead and so he'll just bet a smaller amount like two thousand or something. Okay sure so you know. He strategizes pretty well and he's very sure of himself because he's a good player so it gets down to the final question. I don't remember what the question it was a question. We won't go into it. Was it was a question that had three possible answers and you had to come up with two of them to the right right. And so based on their bedding strategy we assumed that this woman would bet at all right because if she gets it right she double surmount she has the same as him yes and then. We assumed that he would bat some amount less than half will. Why wouldn't you just zero zero. It would be tie and now that's a legitimate mood. That's what i would have thought. Then he has to face her in a one question playoff and it really comes down to. Who's quicker with the buzzer. No i understand that. But if he gets anything right and wrong and she gets it right he ludens right. So but i can understand him not betting zero because she was very quick with the buzzer. Because he was a very good contestant and he might have thought. Look i need to beater now. Because i might not beat her in. You know the one question because it really boils down to that. That tiebreaker is just who's quicker with the buzzer. Okay all right. So i see what you're saying. Is this since this is not a time based thing right you know you have plenty of time to write your answer and everyone can answer right. And he's confident. So this is the category i thought. Okay i know enough about this category or whatever so all right really bad but it turns out she did bed at all and she missed it right so she ended up with zero zero but then what was interesting to me is in he. Bet one dollar okay. So if he bets one dollar and gets it wrong and she by chance had gotten it right he would lost if he that's one dollar and she gets it wrong whether he gets it right or wrong. These still wins right. So why wouldn't he bet like two thousand or three thousand only a dollar. And that's what we talked about roy who i do l. dollars thousand doesn't make any difference. Because he gets a wrong he loses. Gets a righty wins. Yeah right if she gets it right if he gets it wrong loses if he she gets it right he gets it right. He wins if she gets it wrong. He wins anyway doesn't matter what he bet. Okay so and so. I'm sorry to interrupt you but you know the more i'm thinking about it. Now is yeah. Why didn't he like thirteen thousand. Something like that right. Because that's money in his wallet right. That's my point. I mean why we a- dollar why we need that two thousand five thousand five. He could have bet money good about thirteen thousand five hundred ninety nine ninety right. I mean easily could have done that and he's still would've won. Yeah if you're right. He gets way more money okay. And he's pretty aggressive guy as his play shows but he only a dollar and my wife immediately turned to me and said because his personality it's more satisfying to win by dollar than to win by ten
Delta Air Lines to Charge Unvaccinated Staff $200 per Month
"Delta airlines ratcheting up corporate pressure to get its workers vaccinated starting november one any delta employee who remains unvaccinated. We'll have to pay an additional two hundred dollars a month in order to stay on delta's healthcare plan
Delta Will Charge Unvaccinated Employees $200 per Month
"Delta airlines says it won't force employees to get a corona virus vaccine but the choice not to it's going to cost them I'm Ben Thomas with the latest delta airlines will charge employees on the company health plan two hundred dollars a month if they fail to get vaccinated against covert nineteen CEO ed Bastian justifies the policy by pointing to the cost to the airline for the average hospital stay of an infected employee forty thousand dollars Bastian says of the delta employees hospitalized for COPD in recent weeks none have been fully vaccinated delta also says starting in September it will require weekly testing for unvaccinated ploy ease the airline will pick up the cost of that testing still delta isn't going as far as United Airlines which is requiring employees to get vaccinated or face termination I'm Ben Thomas
Understanding 401k Loans
"Half of all. Us workers participate in their employer's retirement plan about fourteen percent of those with 401k's borrow money from them understanding 401k. Loans is important both for those who already have alone and those who are contemplating getting one borrowing limits according to the irs. You can borrow up to fifty percent of your vested. 401k ballons or fifty thousand dollars. Whichever is less if you're vested balance is less than twenty thousand dollars. You can borrow any amount up to ten grand vested means you own it for employer matching funds that can take up to five years you are immediately vested in all funds that you put into the plan interest payments one of the unique features of a 401k. Loan is that you pay interest to yourself when you borrow money such as a home mortgage or an auto loan. The interest is paid to the lender when you borrow money from your 401k. You are the lender all interest paid comes right back to you and goes into your 401k account. Awesome right not so fast. Opportunity cost in the financial world. There's a concept known as opportunity costs opportunity. Costs is the loss of potential gain when one alternative is chosen over another in other words. It's what you would have received. Had you done something other than what you did. For example if back in the year two thousand you bought a carton of cigarettes instead of investing the money and amazon. The opportunity cost is sixteen hundred dollars what that can't be right. A carton of cigarettes today is about seventy five dollars adjusted for two percent annual inflation in two thousand. It costs fifty dollars in two thousand one share of amazon stock. Cost one hundred dollars today. It's worth thirty two hundred dollars when you borrow money from your 401k. The opportunity cost is the investment return. You would have earned. Had you left that money where it was over time. Investment earnings become earnings on earnings or compound interest something albert einstein dubbed. The eighth wonder of the world
Samsung 'Unfolds' Two New Galaxy Z Smartphones
"Is rolling out. Two new phones with foldable screens. The galaxy z. Fold three five g. will cost eighteen hundred dollars two hundred dollars less than its predecessor. The phones seven point six inch screen folds up like a book revealing screen on the front that can perform most features a smaller model the galaxy z. Flip three will cost under a thousand dollars. It folds in half with a front screen that can display up to four app icons and it allows users to read several lines of notification and messages without opening the device. Samsung's last attempted a foldable phone. A couple years ago failed to catch on with consumers who questioned the product's durability in price. The company hopes as the economy reopens more consumers. Try out the phones stores. They'll be more likely to buy
Fake COVID-19 Vaccine Cards Online Worry College Officials
"More and more colleges and universities are requiring proof of coalbed nineteen vaccination for students but now there's a way to cheat the system a cottage industry has sprung up across the internet selling fake covert vaccination cards to those who say they won't get a cove it shot for either personal or religious reasons there's an Instagram account that sells Kobe cards for twenty five dollars each a user on the encrypted messaging app telegram offers what they call covert vaccine card certificates for as much as two hundred dollars apiece are people buying them one reddit user set on a thread about fake cards I need one to for college I refuse to be a Guinea pig I'm ready to fall lay
How to Choose the Best Credit Card for You
"Joel talk about credit cards First of all you gotta love those credit card signing bonuses right they can be a really nice incentive to get us to open up a new credit card specifically. We've recently talked about the chase sapphire preferred man if you have not taken advantage of a of assignments. Recently that is definitely one to consider because twelve hundred and fifty dollars. That is a lot of money. That's available pretty rich. It is and we'll make sure to link to our credit cards article in our show notes for this episode But john so for you make sure that when you open a new credit card and he starts spending that you have the money to pay that credit card off not only on-time but in full time. We talk about credit cards. It's always the first thing that we wanna make sure to cover But it's also important to be strategic about how and when you open your new cards that question you might wanna ask yourself is this delta amex. Is this the best card for you. Well you know maybe like if you really love flying delta for instance if you really brand loyal this might be a card that might make sense for you but you know you might do better signing up for another card with either more flexible rewards or or maybe that richer sign up bonus like joel mentioned just because that card is shoved in front of your face doesn't mean that it's the best one for you in the same way. A lot's will get different credit card offers in the mail. We'll just because it shows up in her mailbox and we're we're looking at it. Sometimes we think well it's right here ms ms. We'll go ahead and do it. Sounds good. I get two hundred dollars signing bonus maybe snag this because they send it to me. I must be perfect for this card. This card must be perfect for me in reality not so much. Yeah not not always the case and in fact most of the time not and it's like when you're signing up for flight it's like look you can get your check bags for free if you sign up for this credit card. You're like dang that will save me forty five dollars. I guess i should do that. but in reality it's you know there's a good chances not the best credit card for
Is Now the Time to Go Into 8K TV?
"Televisions are the next big thing and tv's but they've always been insanely expensive prices coming down now the right time to consider. I wrote a chain. This is your daily charge joining me. That's foremost tv. Expert david campfire. Welcome david good to be here. Roger so there is a new tv. That won't entirely. Break your bank right. Tell me about the deal tv so. Tcl is known as a relatively affordable tv and in our reviews we. We've given us a pretty good picture. Quality the higher end models are some of the best picture quality for the money and so they said this year that they're finally gonna come out with k. Tv they're gonna be joining samsung l. g. Sony in the eight k. Race all those brands are a lot more expensive than this. Tci also sixty five inches. The smallest You can get this. Tv in its twenty two hundred dollars and the cheapest You know. Non ak tv out there. Sixty five inches is about three grand. So that's a big discount He seattle is being very aggressive with the price. And just so. I think it's good context around that. It's like a sixty five inch four k. A very nice sixty five inch four k. tv. How much is that going to cost you about Twenty two twenty three hundred bucks. the best metric is a. Lg's a lead tv's and those are four k. resolution of the affordable ones or four k. resolution and Their series which is their mainstream series. Which is a spectacular television Right now caused by twenty two hundred bucks twenty three hundred bucks so about one hundred dollars slightly more expensive than the tcl but it's an old lead. You know based on everything. I've seen i'll say this upfront. Haven't seen this. Tcl eight k tv at in person. So i don't know for sure. What is fish qualities like but just based on underlying technology led versus you know the q. Lead lcd technology that uses. I think the g. lead will have a better overall picture despite having lower resolution.
How to Price Your Product Service or Offer for Profit
"So let's talk about pricing. This is one of the areas that so many entrepreneurs struggle with i know i myself did the first story i want to share with. You is when. I came to southern california and i decided i wanted to be a personal trainer. What i did was ask around to figure out what everyone else was charging. An i determined what my price would be based on going lower than everybody else not the best pricing strategy and. I'll just tell you. Transparently that. The reason why i did that is because i didn't value what it was. I had to offer a classic case of imposter syndrome now. I was a very confident individual. I was even confident in my own knowledge and ability. But when i thought of other people who did the same thing that i was doing i thought about how much more experienced they were. I thought about how much more well known they were. And that made me feel like. I didn't belong there and that i didn't deserve to charge the same rate that some of my competitors charging so i charged forty dollars an hour when i knew there are other trainers charging a minimum of sixty five dollars an hour. Today i pay my own personal trainer. One hundred eighty five dollars an hour and there are still trainers out. There charging forty dollars an hour and here. We are twenty years later. I would bet that there are trainers out there. Maybe even trainers listening to this episode right now who are charging forty fifty sixty dollars an hour and they're far more knowledgeable and perhaps even more experienced than the trainers who were charging hundred seventy five two hundred dollars five hundred dollars an hour and if that higher priced trainer has a full schedule they also are enjoying a lot more freedom
How to Get Around Credit Card Fees
"Do you negotiate annual fees. So let's say you're at a point where you are contemplating keeping this credit card which has an annual fee. And you're like you know what. I don't think the value's there anymore. I'm not really using it that much. I don't think this fee is worth it. What would you recommend to folks who are at that point so a few things first of all if you're military and you're listening to this did you know that you can get all of your annual fee waves through the military lending act so first of all make sure you're doing that and you're not paying annual fees in the first place if you're active duty military second if you are thinking about closing down card. There's an order of operations you do. I you should try to get the annual fee waived or some kind of retention offer you should downgrade than you should close to get the annual fee waived. You can just call sometimes than ask. Hey do you have any retention offers. I'm thinking about closing down my card. I'm not sure if i can justify. It didn't get a lot of benefits out of it this past year because of the pandemic you can say all of those things and then sometimes you're targeted for retention offers. Sometimes you're not. I've struck out with chase a lot. I have gotten zero retention offers with tastes but amex. I've been doing pretty well with retention offers where they'll say. Oh if you promised to keep your car open for at least another year. Here's twenty thousand points or something which is two hundred dollars or more which is really good so always trae calling the credit card company and in the extended interview. I'll be dropping knowledge about a tool for how to track when exactly to call these company so stick around for that you can call the credit card companies. Ask if there's retention offer pleas never ever just call and say. I want to close my card in hopes that they'll say oh no come back retention offer because if they just say okay. Close your credit card and you didn't actually will close your credit card. You just wanted a bonus. That's a sad day. That's really awkward. Conversation that to say i didn't actually wanted close it. I wanted you to give me more
How to Give Spending Advice to a Teenager
"Do i help my nineteen year old. Learn about spending money ready everyone. He blew four thousand dollars in one month. On video games and nike nike like clothing and shoes and stuff two thousand from an internship advance and other savings account. We were planning on getting a credit card so he can start building his credit history. He currently has a summer job while taking college classes. This summer suzy. I listened to your podcast. Even have the fifty plus book still learning. Please help alright. Ccs some great advice. I i'm sure right. What's funny though. Is you know rita is that you have the book that the ultimate retirement guide for fifty plus because it happens. We get older. We need to know what to do with our money. And so that's great that you're doing that but when you're nineteen you never think you're going to get older. You think money not while not everybody does but many kids think money's a play toy it's there to get what you want to impress other people with it but you need to teach this son of yours as serious lesson right now and the thing is this. He's not gonna listen when you say don't do this don't do that. He's going to think. This is my money and i can do anything i want with mine money. All right he can do anything he wants with his money but since he's so good obviously with his money according to him of good at spending his money ye i do. This and i know you're going to have a hard time with what i'm about to say. But i'm actually really wanting you to do this. You're going to start to charge him brent to live in the house and you're going to say you know since you have so much money to waste and everything you're going to help us out so you're going to pay us two hundred dollars a month for rent. You're also going to pay us a hundred dollars a month for food. You're also going to pay us if you use our car. All the gasoline has gasoline has gone up so much. You're gonna pay for the gasoline that you used when you used our car if by chance. He has his own car. And you're the one pain for gasoline and insurance and everything. Oh you're going to change that and you're gonna say you know what since you have a car you're the one who's going to be responsible for the insurance and they gasoline money. I would not get him a credit card in his own name right now. You'll be very very sorry if you do so start. Teaching him with hard. Love love that gets him to go. But wait a minute mom. Nobody else has to pay for that too. Yeah but nobody else has made as much money in as good as their money is. You are since you can spend four thousand dollars. In a month bein. Whatever you want
Las Vegas Welcomes Its Newest Casino: Resorts World
"The big news at least coming out of vegas since our last episode is that resorts world has finally opened on the location. The old stardust hotel. Yeah and the initial reviews are pretty strong. Have you seen any pictures or videos of the pitchers and stuff. It looks very nice. It's got great review so far. I haven't heard anything bad other than you know the initial opening day. Well yeah issues you know. That's always a problem especially if you're trying to stay in the hotel there you know something that big i mean. They're just opening things are going to happen. Yeah the only issue i have is. Why didn't they call it stardust. Well i love that. I love the old star. Yeah even their logo was cool. They thought for vegas. That's the perfect thing. You know the start as well. I agreed stardust is maybe the great lost las vegas casino. That seems to be the one that always comes up. And i put that on my list to write. It just seems like the names of the casinos in the past. Were better the dunes. The stardust i mean you know resorts world. Yeah it's it's almost really isn't it it it. It sounds like a cheesy place but it's actually very nice. Knew nothing about it and somebody said oh resorts world. You're thinking great. A couple of our visa circle outdoor toilets. I mean that's what it sounds like. Why did they need to start us. This dune now they might not have had the right. Even the harass you know already exist. I mean names like that. You know a loudon in the sand. I don't know there's something about those names. Maybe we're jaded because we actually been to those places well from gambler standpoint. The interesting thing to us is that they are really pushing cashless wagering. There's been a lot of talk about that over the last few year right and they're really going all in at it now. What you do. Is you apply for their players club. And then you have an app on your phone like this virtual wallet and you put money on the wallet at their. I guess at their players club defined it. It's like having a marker yes very much like it's just like having a marker but someone can do it without getting a line of credit you can do for smaller amounts so you don't have a twenty thousand dollar marker you can put in two hundred dollars and the nice thing is you can use the slot used this virtual wallet to load money onto the slot right and then when you're done when you cash out you actually have a choice you can have it. Go have the balance. Go back on to your wallet right or you can just get a regular voucher. You know a ticket in ticket out voucher now. The thing that i found interesting is that you can also do that on table games so you could go up to a blackjack table use this virtual wallet right and then they give you real physical chips. You play blackjack scanner. Something i mean how does that work at the dealer pull out some scanner and or or maybe you run your phone over something but yeah it might have duct side. And then i'm sure they get some kind of feedback and they know how many chips to give you right and then again when you cash out right they'll either give you chips and you know you just go to the cashier as usual or they can put it back on the balance on your wallet or you can get a ticket in ticket out
CDC Extends Eviction Moratorium Through July
"Centers for disease control has extended for one last time it says the federal eviction moratorium that gives them millions of tenants out there who can't make the rent a little bit of breathing. Room end of july is the new deadline. There is federal rent relief money to be had. But it's not getting to everybody who needs it. So what do you suppose happens when the federal eviction protections go away in just over a month. Marketplace's nancy marshall ganz on that one the one month extension we'll give state and local governments more time to distribute twenty five billion dollars in federal pandemic rental assistance. Some have been slow to get the money out. Matt losec heads the montgomery county maryland renters. Alliance he says they're afraid of fraud and a lot of municipalities are not used to handling crisis operations losec says six million renters nationwide are facing eviction. Tenants like laura who didn't want her last name us for fear of losing her job. She applied for rental assistance. Two months ago. I'm just honestly very frustrated. Right now laura works in a nursing home. She was afraid of getting covert so took a month off from work unpaid now. She's thirty two hundred dollars behind on her rent. she worries she'll be evicted. It's a very dehumanizing process. Who wants to have any notice slapped on their front door for everybody. Who lives on your florida's see laura is working and paying rent again. She just needs the federal aid to pay her background policy. No is with the national multi family housing council. We've seen data's that suggests that a resonance are feeling that they are in a better place about meeting those rental agreements but sinoe says long-term the section eight federal housing program should be expanded it issues brent vouchers for low income tenants. Alicia missouri is at the center on budget and policy priorities. She says even before the pandemic there was a long section eight waitlist just one in four eligible families get rental assistance and so many more people are in need
Id like to become a professional complaint coach
"United airlines canceled a flight. I was on then tried to revoke me on an itinerary that would require a four eight am trip to the airport and an extra connection. I escalated the complaint. After talking to a manager i got it down to one connection at a reasonable time and a voucher for two hundred dollars by hadn't spoken up. I would have been out of luck. It wasn't that hard but lots of people don't know what to say or how to be what i call politely assertive. I'd like to brand myself as the complaint coach and help people get what they deserve from large companies especially when something goes wrong. Do you have any tips or advice. Thanks politely assertive. I love that hitting that in a nutshell is great takeaway less than for somebody. Who's like how do i properly complain when something goes wrong on my next flight or something. You are politely assertive. So bonus lesson there. Thank you for that tom. Now as for the business potential. I totally agree as mentioned that people do not know how to properly complain especially to big companies. They tend to get very emotional and point out lots and lots of different issues without really focusing on. What is the core issue. Where did this company let me down. And also what seems like a fair remedy for that experience so these big retail companies beat ac- companies. They have entire departments focused on recovery or customer experience or the art of making good when something goes wrong. So how can tom turn this into a service. I think it needs to be really simple. It can't be a twenty four module. Six class people need to get results quickly. Also as a business model you know people who work as negotiators trying to lower the cost of large bills like in the medical world. But that's a bit different because helping people get two hundred dollar vouchers on flights. I mean that's awesome. That's valuable but if you earn a on that which is how that works in the world of medical bill negotiation. It's kind of a lot of work for a relatively small amount of money. Like you're saving somebody two hundred dollars but you're going to get you know five to ten percent of that probably not a great business model so i like the idea of one of these. Two approaches. tom as the complaint coach sells a quick and dirty informational product. That probably sells for like thirty nine dollars. Thirty nine to seventy nine dollars somewhere in that range and it's just like here's what you need to know to get what you want. The second option would be a half hour consultation. In which tom guarantees his service will have positive results so somebody's having a difficult situation he's like i'm going to talk you through. I'll tell you exactly what to say. I'll tell you who to ask for how to respond when they say certain things and so on and because this is a consultation has to cost more so this is something like one hundred dollars to two hundred and twenty
We Test out Google's New Pixel Buds
"Recently as you heard. I tried out. Amazon's echo buds. Now it looks like mike. You've gotten your hands on another set of new wireless headphones right. That's right. I just tried. Google new pixel buds a-series earbuds which are available for preorder now due out june seventeenth. This google's third iteration of the pixel buds and it seems as if the buds get better along the way and a big selling point. The prices continued to go down. These new earbuds cost ninety nine dollars while they won't have some of the premium features. You find on the higher. Priced earbuds wireless. You're just apple's airpods and samsung's galaxy buds pro. They might be right for some listeners. Because those pro earbuds cost of more get into the two hundred dollars or more range but these are half that price. The main pitcher. You'll you won't get as active noise. Cancellation which basically touched a block out your environment. She can have a pure listening experience however the new pixel buds do have an adaptive sound setting which adjusts the volume to match your environment. So for instance. When i was walking around outside. I could still kind of here. A little of the ambient noise like Buses cars going by. But i. If i understand what the what it does and i didn't. I can't guarantee you that what this is doing. When i'm walking around but it's here's a loud voice. It could earn a loud noise. It continues for a bit. It will try to give you a little bit more sound. For instance like a cargo by real quickly car. Honk won't be affected. When i was walking outside. I will say though. I could still hear the constant home of cicadas which have until traded our part of the country. So you know an active noise cancellation. Earbud would probably do a better job than that. But you know when i was walking around and miss alison podcast music. I didn't find it at a problem at all. I thought it was really a really a worthwhile. You know a good product. That's either for the price
"two hundred dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"To two hundred dollars cash back on destination mark the long haul kind of bucket list destination should go anywhere in the Czech Republic rock bring two hundred dollar cashback anywhere in Thailand I fifty dollar cashback and then we're also offering fifty I'd catch back to places like Tokyo Japan Rome Italy I'm in the one plane well I in the US in Hawaii now if you wanted to head over to awhile get fifty dollar cashback if you purchase on travel deals I mean this one to go to Hawaii I answer questions all right so extremely violent explain real quickly what hopper like how hopper works like what how do I use it absolutely so harbor is at three out for your phone so it worked on both iOS and dried and what it does is it analyzes over thirty billion price is a day and then you notifications when the price drops for a trip that you want to go on the last thing you want to go around you know San Francisco to Hawaii what will delay and you put in your date your destination affect the watch the trip for you and then hopper well you know crunch the numbers twenty four seven the second they spotted DL will send you notification and tell you it's time to buy and sell early this is extended now the hotels as well so if you you know have a certain hotel that you want and just stand by the little bit high right now you can affect the track that for you and if the price drops well thank you not about that as well I love and I love the heat maps you've got like calendars of all the different dates of travel in a kind of his green yellow red so you know here's the worst days here's the best days based on the pricing liana Corwin of hopper travel expert there thanks so much for joining me today on the show we've got your movie guide chasing Nathanson coming up after this but first let's get to Amy king within.
"two hundred dollars" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"two hundred dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Of corrupt police officers are you kidding me eight hundred six five five six four five three it's a Friday edition of the Mike Gallagher show her the relief factor dot com studios as you know we are in the middle of our August food for the poor campaign wow what a day we had yesterday I got handed to Tom trap he said let's come up with a two hundred dollar Thursday for two hundred dollars a two hundred dollar gift will provide five thousand meals to starving needy people through our food for the poor partnership to Christian ministry an organization I absolutely love as we head into the weekend I want to thank you if you've already donated we had a great day yesterday I've decided if you don't mind and I'm going on vacation next week we got to have a big we have to have a big day the final day for me after I'm gonna take a few days off for vacation would you please consider stepping up and donating two hundred dollars to provide to five thousand meals to starving children all over the world now any amount will help but I would be so grateful if you'll join our two hundred club the two hundred dollar Friday go to Mike online dot com click on the crisis in Latin America button or just call toll free eight four four eight six zero hope eight four four eight six zero four six seven three and let's help food for the poor literally save lives fifteen before the hour your voice your perspective your call coming up don't forget if you can't get through at our talk lines you're always text does your remarks to the my pillow text number just text two one eight hundred six five five six four five three four also live streaming like we do every day at Mike online dot com just click watch Mike on TV at all watch your back if you were a time share owner and you think back to the day you bought your little piece of heaven it's probably a good thought right fast forward a few years to the reality that is today and the fact you probably never use your time share but you.
"two hundred dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Two hundred dollars by one of those in the store with the handful of fresh pressed juices, and I mean, it's a fortune, just for a three day cleanse in and what do you do after that? Talk about this. And how often do you want people taking OJ see the organic juice cleanse? Right. I've seen those online two hundred dollars for a three day cleanse. I mean, what the heck are you going? Do after that you do cleanse once a year or twice a year. And then that's it. I mean Pat do you breathing chemicals once or twice a year or every day every day? Do you eat foods that have pesticides, herbicides and contaminants once or twice a year or every day, every day every day? Right. So cleansing detoxifying isn't something you do once or twice a year. Would you shower once or twice a year? I got a better one would vacuum your house once a year. Exactly. So the bottom line is, we want think about getting this junk, this toxic junk out of our systems on a regular basis. Now the first way you do that is making sure you have enough fiber because that's how you flush out the GI track. You want to eat the food extract, the nutrients, and rush, the waste out of your system rapidly. That's why we have a full five grams of fiber in the organic juice cleanse, but Secondly deliver support blend. The broccoli, the milk is an all superfoods, the fight under the berries. They go to work helping the liver to Clinton's into toxic far the system, and they do it every single day because you coming contact with toxins every single day. This is soft gentle supporting twins. Not a harsh Clinton's like that three day twins Brendan rate. So how often do you use J? See us. Oh, JC every single day because this is a supplement. If fortifies the body ED's those superfoods, the antioxidant fighter nutrients..
"two hundred dollars" Discussed on MedTech Talk Podcast
"Save yourself. Two hundred dollars. Now, let's get into this conversation with Dennis war of Novara. Dennis more. Welcome back to the podcast. He happy to be here. So by now, you know, that you are one of the chosen few you've we've selected Noverre two percent at the upcoming respiratory innovation summit on may seventeenth in Dallas. How does it feel Dennis is two years in a row O looking forward to it? I think it's a nice venue. I was really happy. When you started this specialty conference for on pulmonologist. So you experienced the six minute limit presentation that we put upon our presenting companies require them to tell their stories quickly. I think because it's a specialized conference you can get rid of a lot of those slides that show the market opportunity, and sort of explained the problem because everyone in the room knows what that particular problem is how difficult is it to to hone your message to get down to to six minutes. It was an interesting challenge. Because in this in this business of presenting conferences, that typical even banker. Inferences with which cram presentations down. They commonly give you fifteen to twenty minutes. So going all the way down to single digits is was an interesting exercise. It took a little bit of work to carve it down. But I can tell you when I was at the conference clashed year. I my presentation was I don't know probably two thirds of the way through the agenda. So I had an opportunity to watch the other companies do there's and it really worked in the six or seven minutes. If people spoke, you just got a great, you got a great snapshot of what they were doing and what they were and what they were trying to accomplish. And it was just it was just clean, and as you said a minute ago. It didn't have that everybody basically cut out of their presentations stuff that that everybody already was familiar with in the field in general. And and I feel like in my presentation. It worked really well for me at felt more. Like, I was talking to other people who were all experts in areas of pose to having to construct the con- the presentation to to make sure you made sense to people who are listening to pulmonary related presentations for the first time. Good good. And and you did a great job. I watched the video the other day, and you were at five minutes and fifty nine seconds. So you LT. You're part of the bargain. So you're you're a true pro, right? So what do you think about the well first of all any tips for for newcomers? We're going to have twenty five percent in companies at the upcoming RS. Now, a lot of news first timers anything that you would tell a young Dennis war went to do. And how to get your presentation down. Yeah. I would just say, you know, is just focused on the things that are the four five things that you think are the most important parts of your story and. Just tell those and not try and be comprehensive. That's my advice. I think really if you if you look at it, you know, if you go to if you go and listen to the big long presentations, and you walk out of the room. You know, it's it's a home run. If you get somebody who can remember four or five things about your talk. You know? So the goal is just just only tell them the four or five things and cut out all the other camouflaged. I well that sound advice for anyone really presenting anywhere at any conference and Dennis does a great job of that. As I mentioned in the podcast. He's really hits all the high points, and a friend who was interested in hearing a lot of highpoints about the pulmonologist space and about interventional Palmanova in particular. I do advise you to go to the attend our IS dot com website. That's where we have our agenda for the respiratory innovation. Summit. We have the day broken up into different spotlights one of which will be focused on interventional home analogy the spotlight's run a little over an hour. Include a market overview or an overview by a physician in the space in this case, Dr Mohmand will haughty of Duke University will be giving an overview of interventional -nology. We'll have a panelist Gushin with Dr Hoti will be on with Dr Matt Kinsey of the university of Mont Jason pester 'field of our medical technologies, Barron rows of Paul.
"two hundred dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Two hundred dollars by one of those in the store with the handful of fresh pressed juices, and I mean, it's a fortune just for a three-day cleanse in. And what do you do after that talk about this? And how often do you want people taking OJ the organic? Juice cleanse, right? I've seen those on line two hundred dollars for a three day cleanse. I mean, what the heck are you going to do after that you do cleanse once a year or twice a year? And then that's it. I mean, Pat to your breathing chemicals once or twice a year or every day every day. Do you eat foods that have pesticides herbicides and contaminants once or twice a year or every day every day every day right to cleansing detoxifying isn't something you do once or twice a year? I'm going to would you shower once or twice a year? Vacuum your house once a year. Exactly. So the bottom line is we want to think about getting this junk this toxic junk out of our systems on a regular basis. Now, the first way you do that is making sure you have enough fiber. Because that's how you flush out the GI track. You want to eat the food extract, the nutrients and rush the waste out of your system rapidly. That's why we have a full five grams of fiber in New York twos cleanse, but Secondly, deliver support blend. The broccoli the milk Thistle and all superfoods the fighter nutrients the berries. They go to work helping the Liber to cleanse into talks afar. The system, and they do it every single day because you coming contact with toxins every single day. This is a soft gentle supporting twins, not a harsh Clinton's like that three day twins friend. Did right? So how often do you use OJ? See us OJ see every single day because this is the supplement it fortifies the body. It adds do superfoods. The. Anti-oxidants fighter. Nutrients divide is in minerals from these super healthy foods and at the same time. It supports your liver in its job cleansing detoxifying your system. Right. So I'm looking at the clock here. The times just.
"two hundred dollars" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Twenty percent junk food. I'm going to be eating volumes foods like nutrients, second supply, low energy body going. I'm not going to be fitting in a pop tart if I'm only allowed twenty two hundred two hundred dollars for the day. You'll never catch me doing that. You know? Maybe once if I'm really craving something. Sweet okay. I'll allocate twenty five carbs, maybe one for maybe nice from sandwich just to kind of mentally put me at ease. And allow to keep going, you know, but if you are trying to lose weight, you don't wanna be fitting in things that really add nothing to they add nothing to the fuel into your on adding values ACA, and I like we have a little different though. Because you're I'm so all day. I don't can't stuff myself like that all day, right? And what you just said to ice cream sandwich like the so that's something that I will occasionally by for my kids, and why will I buy them and ice cream sandwich? When meanwhile, I'm promoting you know that that I try to feed them nutritious foods cooked for them every morning. My wife cooks for them every night. They have pretty good nutrition. Anyway, but an ice cream sandwich is way different than having a big ass thing ice cream in the fridge. Because if I let them kind of, you know. If I let them party on that they're going to take out, you know, scoop after scoop after scooping ice cream sandwiches like one serving. So those kind of tricks are really good. And then if you're counting your macronutrients, and you're counting your calories. You know? That's where you can start to say, okay. Maybe there is some room for packaged foods. There's a lot of things on the grocery store that have one hundred calories. So now, maybe you do have an opportunity to mix in some processed foods here, and there just a few base rules, while we're talking about dieting, I'm an advocate of a minimum of two servings of fruit to servings of veggies today, I think you should be hitting for males at least thirty to forty grams of fiber females anymore fifteen to twenty five grams. And once you hit all those requirements in needs. You're probably if you're trying to lose you're probably not left with much wiggle room. And so you really just have to try everything that you have to hit this requirement sort of seawater intake is at and you kind of learn as you go, you know, you got to servings of vegetables to serving of fruit. I mean. When you start to think about some of these things all the said was I want you to add these things. And so I love that message of addition by subtraction. Now. Now, I just I gave you so much work to do. I gave so much stuff to do. Because now we got also try to get in. And there's been a lot of research done on this, and maybe don't need a grand per pound of body weight, but little less. Yeah. Sure. Sure. Sure, it could probably even be like half, but for argument's sake. Let's say about a of roughly roughly grand per pound. I gave you so much hit to do that you you don't have time to mess around with a lot of other junk exactly, you know. And it makes it makes it the that much more simple. And I think the the message to of the if it fits your MAC rose and flexible dieting, a lot of people like to use the pop tart, and they like to use these different things.
"two hundred dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Talk down at the one building over in campus Martius. We'll also have about three hundred students and the new Mike Perla business building right on what word as we're very. And we'll have the rest of the campus with Oliver labs that our research opportunities open and available for those students. See inexperience, and so in total will probably have about eighty six different sessions from hurrying all the same time. So this is quite a logistical. And we couldn't do it without the staff and the students here at Wayne State because they're the ones that really make everything goes so is so smooth and without them. We cannot put him about like this without over three hundred dollars for the day. So a lot of hands on back. I'm absolutely and you kind of already mentioned it. But I just want to make sure our listeners know, are you capacity for the event this year, we are. So there is no way for anybody to sign up if they're interested right because they can soak up. Like, I said have the twenty two hundred dollars on the wait list that will probably continue to grow. It is one of the biggest weightless that we have had despite the fact that we continue to increase the Pasadena pretty event. So yeah, they can definitely go to stem day dot Wayne dot EDU. And they can learn more about the events. They can see a video about that. We did from recapping last year's event check out about and what it all kind of looks like, and then they can also put him on the wetlands. It's not only just for teachers to sign up with their classes students that are home schooled or even disappear who wants to get their students and extra exposure, they're more than welcome to sign up to. Okay. That's wonderful. Thank you so much Julie. And just reiterate what she just said stem dot Wayne dot EDU, Tuesday, March twelve from nine AM to one please. Mark your calendars get on the weightless. It's an incredible opportunity and make sure to keep it and your memory for future years down the road and Julie were so thankful again taking the time on the Saturday to talk with us about Sam, we're really appreciative. Thanks so much. Thank you. Actually, very much and we're looking forward to the rest of the games. We'll be back after these messages. Michigan..
"two hundred dollars" Discussed on The IVY Podcast
"Fifty, two hundred dollars a month out of my pocket. And if I'm you know, student on campus or for making forty or eighty grand a year, which is the vast majority of people that's that's significantly profound impact on on their day. So we're seeing people say, hey, this is actually very practical thing that's making a difference in my my assistance. The second thing is it's good for the earth. It's every person that someone of these vehicles is one more car that's off the road that much less carbon footprint and you would. We can start to measure the impact of that. And then the third thing, which is a little bit more of a soft. You know thing that's harder to measure is there is a little bit of a warm afterglow when people start to get onto light vehicles. When you're in a car, you're in a cocoon. He kind of bubbled off from city. You're passing through listening to your music, and as we all know the minute, you get out of the car on any type of vehicle powered or not. By school walking, you get a lot more interactive with your city. You get more interactive with the business round. You'd get a lot more interactive with your fellow commuters. So it's and people get a lot more. So I think it's having a profound impact right now in terms of the future, you know, kind of thinking little further out. I'm a little bit of a pragmatist. We we like to think about, you know, in our magic nation, the Jetsons and the flying car and or tunneling under the cities, and you'll, hey, this possible that some of these things may come to pass even if it's twenty or thirty years. But by and large, they don't solve the last mile problem. I'm in a five thousand pound flying car. I still need to park it. I eventually ended up on third street waiting in line to get into some kind of a parking garage. And so if you really think about the thing that's actually probably most important is getting smaller and smaller cheaper and cheaper, more and more personal and Morstoel I think is actually the trend that is more like what happened is result of increasing urban density as opposed. Vehicles that are getting larger and larger and more energy intensive and impressive. And if it's Tony stark, hey, that's great. You have some way to fly to the top that side scrape skyscraper and have a valet kind of take you down. But for the other ninety, nine point, nine percent of us, it's probably going the other way. Smaller less is more something that's makes more sense. So I think. Get your transportation, smaller and less. That's show for this week..
"two hundred dollars" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel
"Two hundred dollars or two fifty or something like that now you're like wow i can't decide if i want to get the organic zucchini because it's like an extra ninety cents well the times of really changed i wanna meet like blow my money on fireworks chris post videos of fireworks onto my facebook because like i would film them as they were we were doing them a nokia phone on whatever shitty virgin mobile phone i had at the time so anyway a roman candle i basically that was to say like i have had stories i've had experience with these fucking he gave his he's in a thority on fireworks if you will yes i can't wait to be in like a history channel documentary you know where they pop thing at the bottom like thought our differ hubbard christopher spark boy hubbard a roman candle is a long stick that like you light at the end of it and like little balls of were come out of and and stick with low balls yeah amazing that's the worst group got geared anyway last question fuck mary kill sparklers roman candles or big boy fireworks that was the question that i i don't know which one you so now that i know that a roman candle is just a dick what was it sparkler some big boys boys yeah okay i'm going to marry a spark sparkler what i'm going to marry a sparkler and here's why they're just pure also the exiled holding in your hand that's just how i live my life you know you put them in a birthday cake true god bless or more practicable for day to day usage i'm going to kill both of the other ones i hate fireworks so much they terrorize people with ptsd and they terrorize pets and overall there's nothing that is worth it other than new year's maybe i'm going to marry the sparkler all fuck the big boy i'll kill the roman candle i can't believe me why rachel on instagram you have the space needle fireworks listen it's cute but i i okay here's what i hate oh wow it's almost the fourth of july it's almost memorial deputy we're going to do stuff tonight they might it's not the fourth yet just fuck off man born but they'll do it to be m word still sunny and i'm like why are you just now just noise knows man i want silent fireworks that's the thing okay we got gluten free food being invented now anyone who invent silent fireworks big so we get all the light but none of the normal so don't cause the forest to go on fire give me that so not no noise silent fireworks like an led fireworks it's just a sign cgi fireworks but in real life vr fireworks honestly that exists when you just watch instagram stories next day that's what all right let's fucking do we need a fuck off all right benches stay tuned the rest of y'all have happy wednesday and where the fuck is my coffee rachel she did thing we'll see guys next week it's barbecue season y'all and even though i don't have a grill i like to fantasize about it those ridges i told blocks you can start it up but i was like oh i got this benches we're doing what you guys are doing what at a barbecue cookout backyard game you're playing during that cookout the games we play in life no i should really stop just phones on the thing where i don't have it to flip what we are starting off with edward r will mont who.
"two hundred dollars" Discussed on Overnight Drive
"I didn't spend two hundred dollars. And gotta Jose banks and be like what he got cheap. I interview two hours which is which is exactly what happened. There's one person who's banks that they have a boat from that. And I bought like a tie a tie clip and got court. I've got a job interview funeral in two hours. Yeah. Yeah, I got the courts definitely to my to my treadle did have taken in. I look, okay. I look actually look like a Luca public defender still has a court suit on the other side of the. Sable, like public defender, defending somebody who's way guilty on on camera, like killed somebody kill night, driving that guy over your talk way out of it, killed someone during a live shoot like the fourth of July. Oh my God. There's something going on behind you. Yeah, that's basically what it was, but I've been at so many different interviews and even been, it's like waiting the waiting game, but I'm really good at interviewing like, have you ever you have an interview in a while, but. You have been on interviews where you're clearly clearly better than the person interviewing. Yeah, for sure. Oh my God. I had one the other day where they should ask questions and I answer them. So consensus Sinclair console concisely throwing her off. Asking you stock like when you Google like questions that may come up during an interview, I swear shoes reading, looking webpage on monster, like monster dot, the scammy school like monster university, get that job, and she was reading for that. And I was like, I remember one question was like, what if your, what if you had to superiors and while both of their, what have you to superiors that gave you feed give you feedback or hadn't idea for project that you didn't agree with? And I'd say, well, they're my bosses, so I would just do what they've asked me to do. And unless it meant like a fire breaking out, I would probably just go along with. I'd probably get very weird like, well, am I morally opposed or. I want to go deeper, but it was clearly like, and that was clearly not the answer she wanted. She wanted me to be like, well, I would stand up and I was like, now now enough for what you're not offering. It was not a car rental place, although I have worked for enterprise at one point in my life because I drove by one day and I saw the sign that said hiring, and I was like, what the hell and two hours later I was at the airport in a booth dad in the parking lot. And then like newly built Albany international airport, like fucking everything up because I had no training someone's like I just gave Denise Nissan old like a Nissan maxima 'cause I was like, man, like I'm sorry. Yeah, he he's like, I don't have a regular credit card, but I have a debit card is here with my stuff. Hold on. All right. We're on the phone. I'm not going to actually say anything. Oh, yes, I am. We've actually. This guy's stuff. Shit. When I say this place is nice. This place is really nice. Very anxious to see address gotten and. Amazon prime. Even on prime on local, very exciting. Andras back in his God has stuff. Oh my God. He has a gun a gun. Hunting rifle three d. printed gun from from sketchy man on Amazon. Fucking cool. No, that that happened. You bought real tree wallpaper for your new house. That is real tree. You don't know real tree is it's. Form of camouflage that has bit of social cachet with rednecks hillbillies like it's in the same cannon as like FOX racing gear stuff. I'm doing real tree anyway. So you were talking about working in the in in the boot house? We're going to the enterprise booth and a guy. Got all weird goes, I, I mean, stupidest. Fuck the one thing. Yeah. Real trees off..
"two hundred dollars" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Right was four thousand two hundred dollars right in the twenties i'm gonna translate that for you just in case you haven't done the conversion it's four billion dollars the team was able to bet four billion dollars against in their own game against army when people grouse about how they missed football the way it used to be i'm going to pretend that this is what they're talking about and according to bobby pope the macon telegraph who are we to doubt bobby pope this was gipps gipp was such a good gambler right that he'd lived did he live in the dorms y'all know george gipp did not live in the dorms did he live in off campus apartment no no no he lived downtown in the south bend hotel during the majority of his time at notre dame according to this article best quote being against army get played very poorly in the first half knute rockne got after him and newt rodney said i guess you don't have any interest in this game knife burn dork anyway i guess you don't want to be here i'll just wait can we talk about the inflation calculator using that story what you think i overshot it by four billion we'll come back to that in a second the second half of this quote so so newt rodney set i guess i guess you don't have any interest in this game and gipp said in response look rock i got four hundred bucks about in this game and i'm not about to blow it.
"two hundred dollars" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria
"Tickets were around two hundred dollars maybe and they will jump into our boss with on other forty people and spend four or sikhs or eight days in a boss to get to a place that they don't know of they never been to to try to find your new life there so it's really sad hair story in that of many others i so and so those either people are depends making on a the one person might trip but to widespread these other countries there ease these people a are very making large a one scarf way trip cd of in gut's complete and uncertainty medicines and the recent without innings the having huge mismanagement that any is government has type put in of place copied so i'll the that put it they seem could ply rely on for the the country first few doesn't weeks have enough you talked income about some of to the efforts feed the colombian government all is of their people making there's not to an help off vin money as my onset across coming the border into including the country they main put business in the of children the country in school is providing some all medical care it's an oil exporting are those country services both the price medicine of oil collapse but education also the production just of oil not collapse available which is a reflection to venezuela of their poor nss anymore management and they're simply not an off income to feed the twenty five hundred kata arrese at every venezuelan needs to eat every day so that means that you go to supermarkets and you don't find what you're looking for you go to pharmacies in you don't find you're looking for and it's really what you seen many other places with there are humanitarian crisis these east prolly the wars humanitarian crisis they hemisphere has sin you wrote in one of your recent posts that's on the brookings website that vin as walence have lost an average of something like twenty pounds.
"two hundred dollars" Discussed on TechFan
"The it does look very cool but is it with two hundred dollars no it is neat i i think it's ninety nine dollars neat i don't yes two hundred dollars meet but i understand why they charge that much because there's a lot of hardware that goes along with this but the problem is honestly the limited game play yet how much how long are you gonna wanna play these three basic games i mean once you've done it look the graphics are okay don't get me wrong but it's it's it's ghosted a our images it's not the aar images that apple likes to show off and demos where it looks like there's a actual bookshelf against your desk or against your walls he can kind of see what it would look like it's not a robot walking across the desktop it is a a a force ghost looking guy in front of you yeah which condensates the stalls aesthetic yes kids over holograms install was cut it looked like that but i'm going to pay two hundred bucks i want i want at least cartoon animation type graphics were the the character solid i can't see through this dr small coming at me in yet curtains at behind him but the oath the other question have his his oversee you you're eat as she say here seeing this for the soul stuff but on a once you've got hardware i expect to be able to play do other things with it is there any no other doing anything else with this may be our but this is a brand new finger just came out so maybe they are going to release different software for it but as a package right now i i just don't think it's worth it no it was the problem is is is effectively gimmick lim isn't it in a but here's the thing this is a gimmick now for you or me this is a gimmick for alexander coal while yet but two hundred pounds 10under dulles this you know exactly that's no that's not pocket money no and again it's been that much money double that and get this the playstation vr for the ps4 and you've got.
"two hundred dollars" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"The duct tape wallets and that you got nez like you know for birthday or whatever it was an came in put two hundred dollars on my desk zajac and i guess i told her to say about money for something she wants a night this is what he wants and now it's completely out of control and the thing is this guy was that like it genuinely is a huge part of their social life so it's not asked lie you know i'm going to be able to say we're like okay now you can communicate with your friends your friends whole lives you know you know everybody it made the one run you had that oh is or is during junior high right like i'm missing out my friends are doing something and it's actually true they are all doing something and got there and and she's watching i think you know watching them do well and and but here to thank you know might fall there i remember one thousand in the middle of the big conversation with that girl and we're in like a high middle school by eight in you know i have a complex situation in that as a given i get off fuck average near dad and you know who line had you know where and then coverage here and he gets on up and i would add the phone in my dad around and then cord was going rain all the way around and to kick it you're just like and out you know and week i i would have never got enough that from i i get it going you have to then a ten point and if there have some out well you know you have to deal with the thumb on.
"two hundred dollars" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne
"Two hundred dollars of because you that clippers cavalier game did the bar none our now for the in that they're not playing you know you know this respected you you know like you're not really it's not really about the fan like if only about and when they want to be about the fan and yards turner i've been go to the game i get it well with are going to go to the game about how about paying to the it's like an but the bucks are in town yeah waited ticket their win yeah i do think the pick yeah i mean that's not what i want to go see in our just felt i'm point it in live to sub par trout's not really again yeah that that thank you run thank you yeah it's a little consumer fraud with their that you're buying nice tickets for who you think you showing up and then though price couch you on those tickets when the marquee teams come to town yes he yeah but you know i have to eat the ticket i mean is still in night out so what's again is it worse that they're rubbing it in your face that lebron's over there drinking coffee and kyrie and kevin like that there so close to being in the game but they're not getting in the game yep of could one of the ticket sales sites and stubhub seeking throws places come up with a concert the takes advantage of this one of the like stubhub said we're going off you star player protection and two or more starters don't play will we can you could turn your tickets ten or something like that i would thought the suburb three starters from a team don't play you can yeah but in stubhub has to give you money back because you're you're me you're buying this ticket let's say two hundred dollars but stubhub to take advantage of this news as a marketing points i like our we're going to protect the fans here.
"two hundred dollars" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne
"Another game off because it gives you an advantage and that's what teams are looking for ryan in los angeles a right but enough it was gone down a but i had a he can't two hundred dollars of because you that if the bar none our now putting in that they're now playing you know you know this respected you you so like you're not really it's not really about the fan like if only about and when they want to be about the fan and yards turner i've been go to the game i did it well with i'm going to go to the game about that one on paying to the tickets are like an but the bucks are in town yeah waited ticket their win yeah i do think the pick yeah i mean that's not what i want to go see in our just felt the point it in live to sub par trout's not really good you had the best thank you run thank you yeah it's a little consumer fraud with their that you're buying nice tickets for who you think you showing up and then though price couch you on those tickets when the marquee teams come to town yes he yeah but you know i have to eat the ticket i mean is still in night out so what's again is it worse that they're rubbing it in your face that lebron's over there drinking coffee and kyrie and kevin like that there's so close to being in the game but they're not getting in the game yep i could one of the ticket sales sites and stubhub seeking throws places come up with a concert the takes advantage of this one of like stubhub said we're going off you star player protection and two or more starters don't play will we can you could turn your tickets been or something like that i would thought the suburb but three starters from a team don't play you can yeah then stubhub has to give you money back because you're you're me you're buying this ticket let's say two hundred dollars but stubhub to take advantage of this news as a marketing points i like our we're going to protect the fans here.