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Please get this C off the tv
Why don’t you just watch it and find out for yourself. It’s on national tv - for free
Disney bought Fox so they could cram its movie and TV library onto Disney+ and Hulu, make original content for said streamers, gain more control of Hulu, and take Disney+ across the globe. Them selling (or licensing) their content to others goes against the reason why Disney chose to buy Fox in the first place.
It depends. A therapist is not going to build a huge social media presence to drive new clients. A large social media presence will increase name recognition which does help but it has to be part of a campaign - you really need print, tv, online (search), and social media. But done wrong social media can do more harm than good.
They pretend to hate each other for TV then later tonight they all go get hammered and have orgies at one of their mansions
Do hecklers know how pathetic they sound on tv
Best movies were during Bush days btw. Same with best tv shows. Also best NBA.
Just so proud to see my lovely man, Mitch, on TV knowing he will be in my arms soon 🥰
This would of been much watch tv if Donald Trump was the speaker of the house.
I’m so jealous this old dude gets to get hammered and own prime time tv smh
which one of these old fucks will fall asleep on live tv?
I count nine items in my household that could serve the same function as a “TV” (ie has a screen and you could watch most streaming material and live TV on it). I spent a modest amount of money on all of it, except for a large best-in-class OLED that did set me back a few thousand bucks (still far, far cheaper in real terms than 1955 TV). Oh and you can get a better version of this same TV for 75% of the price today compared to buying it 1-2 years ago.
And the function/capability of these items go way, way beyond what someone in 1955 would think of as a “TV”.
it's almost as if the connection between yields and equity values is just bullshit they tell you on TV
It actually surprises me anyone could be surprised by this.
Growing up in the 50s my father told me his parents had one television for the whole family and everyone would gather round and watch it as a family.
By the time I was 10 in the 90s there was a TV in my parents living room, a TV in their room and a TV in my and my brothers’ room…
Computers were the same deal. My dad had a family computer in 1995 (he had an Apple before that but I never touched it). By 2000 me and 2 of my brothers had our own computers. Between 2002-2008 I had built 6 of my own computers…
I bought a 32" TV in 1998 for $800. A 32" TV now is about $100.
Median family income in 1955 was about $4400, so an $800 TV would represent 18% of income.
So you’re talking a purchase that ranks around the expense of buying a moderately used car today. Certainly not a trivial purchase and one that would need to be carefully considered, but definitely within reach of many people.
Meanwhile in BJs recently I saw them advertising 55 inch TCL Roku TVs with virtually perfect color reproduction and capable of watching virtually limitless content at any time selling for $300. When median USA family income approaches $70000.
Don’t ever agree with that pencil dick… I can’t wait to see him cry on tv again. Like the little possum bitch he is
If anyone ever talked to me like one of these NBC TV personalities I would punch them in the face. The hand motions, the head nods, the lame jokes.
You've never jerked off thinking about a friend's girl? I have multiple friends that have even dated the same girls before. I get being possessive about any action, but pictures videos......you're acting like the parent who freaks out because a nipple is on the screen for 4 seconds in a TV show and calls the studio.
I thought it would be comparing similar levels of TV. Like the average new 1950’s TV compared to the average new 2023 TV.
Nobody in 1950 is buying a 2023 TV or vice versa. Seems meaningless to compare that.
Nobody spent $50,000 on a television in 1950.
It’s not hard to search Google and find that television prices in the 1950s ranged from $129-1295.
That link you provided states that TV prices have had -6% inflation every year from 1950 until today.
The reason it seems hard to fathom that the price of TVs today are so similar to the costs then is that today you get a lot more TV for your money than you did in those days.
A prime example is my friend’s first LCD TV was a 42” Samsung for $1200 when the technology was still “newish”. 5 years later I bought the same size TV from LG for half that cost…
The problem won't be stopping....it'll be starting back up. Plus your missing out on alot of good buys. You'll give up some tax help too on April 15th. Id personally find free fun....chess, hiking, TV marathons.....OR find a way to make more money. That's the route I go(working overtime)
It oughta be criminal for Jim Cramer to speak on the stock market or stocks on tv. The only way he gets away with saying the stuff he says is because he puts a legal disclaimer on his tv show.
This is what happens when you put a big nerd on TV. I got to go, calculator!
I think one of us is misunderstanding something. $600 in 1995 is worth around $1.2k in purchasing power today. If I can get a good tv today for $300 then it’s massively deflated than what they cost in 1995 correct? With no change in TV cost you’d expect the same TV to be worth around $1.2k today, which is not the case.
Yea i have Apple TV for our main sectional couch living room. It is fast and nice. I have the sound go to 2 HomePods and it sounds pretty decent actually
I have a real stereo for the other setup, but the HomePods do a good job for tv
If you don't mind being on the news, go with your local TV news station's customer advocacy program.
The other guy is saying TV prices are deflating, not inflating. $600 has more purchasing power now than in 1995 for TVs (not in general). Although, I’m having trouble believing it.
Of course nobody is buying a TV with 25 year old tech.
When I say a phone will cost $25K in 40 years, I am talking about a current generation phone at that time. You’re not buying an iPhone 14 in 2063, you’re buying an iPhone 44.
Technology changes. It is meaningless to compare the price with something out of date that nobody buys (and nobody even sells).
Internet calculator says: $1,185.35 in 2023 has the same purchasing power as $600 in 1995
Seems like you’d be able to get a nicer TV for $1.2k today 😃, the one I have I enjoy and it was like $700, much smaller than 40” too.
Correct, there is a disclaimer at the beginning of the show where the deals made on TV are not binding. Essentially, the sharks send their people to do due diligence, and this allows them to make whatever judgement call, which may differ than the show.
Whenever a website sold, it was never actively marketed. I would get random emails from people either wanting to buy the domain or website. And that would start the negotiation process. I should note that these were highly popular websites (as in featured in the New York Times). One was in the top 100 most visited websites in the country during the web 1.0 era. Both sites were sold around 2008 and 2009.
I don't think the kind of TV you bought in 1995 would even be worth $11 these days. It isn't an apples to apples comparison on that timeline.
Interesting. I found this page that says a $400 TV today would have cost $50,000 in 1950, which is over 15 times the average annual family household income at the time. Something isn't making sense to me. I don't believe families were saving up for 15 years to buy a TV that is the same as today's mid-level $400 TV.
My family bought a TV around 1995 for about $600. It was a mid-level TV, about 35"-40" from Sears or Montgomery Ward or something. This same website says the equivelant TV would cost $11 today. Where do I get an $11 nice mid-level TV? Something isn't making sense here.
Hey everyone, my name is Sam and I'm Co-founder of ParityBlu, a software company dedicated to innovating the Smart Experience.
I have many different smart devices in the first place, from a Sonos speaker to Apple TV, lights, the list goes on. I've tried just about every go-to solution out there, either because I've bought tech it requires or to consolidate.
More importantly, I'd love to hear more personal stories about Smart Mangers (good and bad) that'd help our startup understand real users better!
If you have any to share, it'd be greatly appreciated!
Technology is actually deflationary. A new TV costs less than 1960 today not only when adjusted for inflation but in nominal dollars. A car might be very expensive but the market tends to outperform inflation by dramatic amounts over long periods of time. Excluding the past year, which seems like an anomaly, the S&P 500 has done about 7% better than inflation.
It’s very simple: I am making a point that I bought a ton of 800-1000$ phones from multiple companies and so far, iPhones have lasted me the longuest. The buttons were falling off my Pixel 3 within a year, battery life was non-existent, perf was sluggish. Maybe I got a lemon but either way I haven’t had good experience with most Google products.
I went through 3-4 Chromecast, they were just bad. Remote broke immediately. Got an Apple TV and it’s just miles better. Got a Google Mesh, it had tons of know issues that they still haven’t fixed. Had tons of problems integrating IoT stuff with Google Home, again those are known issues that Google still hasn’t fixed. I can keep going.
He’s gonna shit his pants on tv again
Even politicians need better make-up for tv and appearances.. this guy either applied too much or used a color for a different lighting condition.. thus looks anemic. “When looks matter, don’t be distracting from your message.”
JPow said more hikes and no cuts this year, but people on tv and Twitter say he’s lying and that this is the pivot.
Robot vacuum. I have the roborock S5 max though there are even fancier models now.
Wyze cameras for security
LG OLED TV + surround speakers for better than theater experience.
Branding is where you create a stage, tell a story and give your target audience what they want.
Think of your Brand as a person who belongs to the cohort that you want to join.
What makes them comfortable with your presence and gains their trust?
What do cohort leaders do to gain their loyal followers?
Humans have a need to belong.
The challenge is creating a space that is compelling and stands out from your competitors.
Cable TV has many examples of such spaces. Popular cooking shows targeting specific niches. Late night shopping for the armchair adventurers.
REI for the outdoor enthousiast.
So if you had to describe your Brand to a friend, what would you say? Avoid mentioning products, talk about the feeling you get when immersed in that space.
I don't know how you feel about this, but you could try contacting a Local TV Station. They have "consumer advocates" who would absolutely love a story about how TicketMaster is screwing a widow out of $1500 bucks. Dunno about where you live, but the TV "consumer advocates" around here will actually go through the work to find the right person at TM, and the right person at the Bank.
Bruh this is frustrating af
Jpow needs to cut the shit, all he literally needs to go is stop going on TV, stop taking interviews, cut all of this shit
Make a fukken Twitter account and post a simple green arrow or red arrow emoji each morning
Be fukken clear where you want spy at, fuk this cryptic bs
When Cramer and Gary Gensler are both talking to each other on TV at the same time their wrinkly bald heads look exactly like my testicles
When Cramer and Gary Gensler are both talking to each other on TV at the same time their wrinkly bald heads look exactly like my testicles
I remember buying a TV at Best Buy about 15 years ago. They got me with the "no interest" promo and I opened a credit card. Not long after we had to buy a dryer, and a few other things for our computers and stuff. We had more than paid off the price of the TV, but when the promotional period ended we got hit with hundreds of dollars in interest. It turned out they had been applying our payments to the other balances, and not touching the amount owed for the TV. Technically I could have seen this if I'd read the monthly statements more carefully but I was so financially illiterate and they were counting on this to run this scam on people. It happened to be at a really bad time, I'd been fired from my job recently. Luckily they had also scammed me into signing up for their debt-protection program, so they actually had to give me some money back, but it was such a dirty trick. This was before all the consumer credit protection happened, and banks were still doing the thing where they'd make sure any big transactions went through first, if you were going to be overdrawn, to get an extra $35 for every little transaction after that.
That Best Buy card, and an insanely high-interest Dell card that my husband opened by accident (they called it a "payment plan" and he didn't know better) were the most satisfying to finally pay off. Fuck them.
Watching bear Vs bull live on tv Lmaoo
damn this dude just out here saying his salary on live tv
What is with this random resurgence of anti marijuana posts I’m seeing all over Reddit the last couple weeks. And always in random places too.
Like yes marijuana can be abused like every other thing in the world. Watching tv can be abused, working out can be abused and be bad for you, eating can be abused. And that’s ignoring things like sugar, red meat consumption, alcohol etc. But the second we are talking about marijuana legalization and consumption anything over 0 is “well you know it’s bad for you etc and isn’t a cure all” yeah no shit. Neither is any other thing that we use in day to day of left unchecked.
Really if it only affects the one person we should just leave it alone. Ohh kids got ahold of it. Well we better illegalize and create propaganda puff pieces, because lord knows that’s a system issue and not a parenting issue. And. They are getting it from someone else at school? Guess what they were going to get something from someone at school. It’s not a new phenomenon but it’s just weird seeing a resurgence in the anti weed crowd it seems over the last month
Is this laughter like fake TV laughter?
I feel like you’re the first commenter to actually contribute a good thought in your reply, instead of jumping to wild conclusions, or calling me a moron or suggesting I live in a high times fantasy world, So thanks! It’s a fair point that Marijuana isn’t the ultimate stimulant, and furthermore, Trucking companies should not be allowing any of their drivers to operate under the influence without repercussions. It’s also WAY less dangerous than being drunk behind the wheel, and to be honest, I’m probably a bit biased on that— I have experienced both. There are so many high people on the road and, in my opinion, the texting issue is way way worse than your average Cheech or Chong driving down the road listening to The Eagles greatest hits. More accidents are caused by distractions than marijuana influence; but obviously, drivers can be distracted because they’re high… so those numbers likely converge. The issue that the US faces is truckers are so badly needed that the companies will put almost anyone behind the wheel, while simultaneously the US is stepping up their testing game on truckers… I feel like marijuana, legal in many states, is demonized as an equivalent to alcohol (like this sub) but as you know, A drunk person can’t pass a field sobriety test when a high person can pass the same test. Marijuana does not really effect balance, but it does effect reaction time and cognitive ability. I called up my trucker buddy last night to talk to him about it, He smokes, but not while driving— he usually burns one in the sleeper after his shift (dude has a TV in the sleeper) and just hangs out. That is absolutely zero issue to me, and unfortunately, a trucker working 10 hour shifts and driving 120k miles a year may lose his job if the texting dude drifts in his lane an accident occurs and he has weed in the bloodstream. That issue needs to be addressed.
I know that everytime Biden appears on TV , then the market tanks . If you notice! Lol
This is the kind of due diligence I am used to on this sub. You saw the company mentioned by the President on TV so you bought the stock lol. Just go take a look at their recent financial statements as well as their outlook. Its downright horrific.
The most famous line form The Bachelor TV series is "my biological clock is ticking."
Cause people are more interested in how accurately AI can make funny scripts for 90’s TV shows than how frequently it’s fooling researchers. That’s a huge part of why ChatGPT is so poplar, it went viral with all the “I asked AI to…” posts.
Lmao Cramer was ranting on TV and Twitter for months about WSB mocking him for his shitty choices.
It doesn’t reflect poorly for shit. 🤣
It's just tv entertainment for goodness sake. The fact that he is the Boogeyman here reflects rather poorly on the sub
TV decides stocks are up too much. (Like a headline from a Russian newspaper)
c'mon dude, you know you've watched some Reality TV that one time when you were really drunk.
I think we need to normalize that it takes until like 30 for many people to start really getting into their career. I was making 30k at 23, 60k at 27, 100k at 30. My savings have not been a consistent 10%. Honestly my spending has been relatively stable but my savings rate has skyrocketed.
Plus I think it's underrated how much it costs to just get a normalish life together. I mean getting a not crappy car or a TV stand and TV, couch, bed etc can be a rather large chunk of money especially on a starting salary.
I will be ripping into a bunch of wrestling cards with my son on WrestleMania. I just got back into it last season. Love it brings bond between my kid and I . Something to talk about them just school stuff and homework. And better then watching TV shows.
Bro what kind of research is i saw it on TV. Look, this is your money to blow however you see fit but instead of getting sold on infomercials read some balance sheets, listen to some earning calls, do more than thee absolute bare minimum.
Intel is the the lazy greedy corporate nightmare of a company that benefited from no competition. Now There's companies that do everything better and they are still used to being the only girl in class. Take some advice from Warren, don't bet on has-been companies that need to turn it around to be successful. Usually they don't.
Wasn't he the guy that got called an idiot on national TV?
> into watching Reality TV
I remember finding out my wife was really into the Kardashians and my brain struggled to process it. She still makes fun of me for saying "you're too smart for this". She probably feels the same way about my hobbies.
Watches Reality TV? That's a real monster right there.
Looks like you have already made your mind and are just looking for confirmation.
As I mentioned previously, I would date the shit out of anyone with little judgment. Short of being a member of the KKK or being into child porn or being really into Reality TV, if I find you attractive, we are game and I would fuck the shit out of that person.
But I would never ever consider someone irresponsible with money marriage material.
He’s going to write a memoir talking about how much coke he blew before every tv segment and boast that “nobody knew”
Better run? Their EV transition has been a massive disaster so far, and their CEO has been lying about their plans on national TV. They also went bankrupt in '08 and refuse to pay back the loan they got from US tax payers, and they invested in Nikola and a bunch of other terrible companies seemingly without doing any due dilligence.
Meanwhile Ford has really good leadership and made a ton of money investing in Rivian.
I agree with your last two sentences though.
I’d like to see the average person that watches network tv shows like that one george Lopez is on. I have a feeling those are the people you see at the dmv and walmart
I haven’t owned a TV in years. Fuck that. Doomscrolling on Reddit is a better way to waste time
American tv is the worst influence on the world, just trys its hardest to dumb dowm europe
For those who watch Shark Tank or Dragon's Den, were the OP to be standing in front of them asking for 20K for 10%, they would immediately assume that the OP had put a value of 200K on their enterprise.
Since these are reality TV programmes, they then just look at revenue and check whether the value of the company matches up with the revenue. At least, that's what *some* of them do.
Others value the person in front of them more than the company's balance sheet.
They may well take that investment, even if the technical 'value' of the company as calculated variously by analysing the P&L and balance sheet, is much lower, because they see a bright future for the individual (and/or the company).
So, for them, that 10% is worth a 20K investment because they think that they will get their money back (with a generous return) at some point in the future when they sell their shares at an inflated price, or through dividend payments (10% of profit, each year for example).
Okay, so I've dumbed it down a bit, but considering the OP mentions that the company has a weak P&L, I'm assuming that the person and/or ideas that drive the organisation are worth 20K for 10% of whatever the future brings.
Fubo TV losses. Sell or hold?
I bought quite a lot of Fubo TV at an average of $11 a share. I’m -73% right now. What is my best course of action? My losses are ~$7k. Should I sell and realise the losses or keep long term to see if it recovers ? (I know it was a stupid buy, i understand that. So please don’t abuse me. I’m trying to understand the best way to salvage the situation)
If Google can accurately recommend TV shows, lewd content, games, and online purchases, human contacts based on who I am; I'll gladly shell out $100 every month.
The Profit tv series also gives some valuable insights.
Layoffs, HubSpot 7% of workforce, PayPal 7% of workforce, IBM 1.5% of workforce, Dell 6500 employees, Spotify 6% of workforce,Google 12,000 employees, Microsoft 10,000 employees, Amazon 18,000 employees, DirecTV 10% of workforce, Salesforce 7,000 jobs, Vimeo 11% of workforce, Coinbase 20% of workforce, GS 8% of workforce! Looks like these companies are giving the FED what it needs to reverse coarse. But experience tells me they will overdo rate hikes as they have in the past. No such thing as a soft landing, Greenspan’s last year under Clinton was a fast moving train wreck!
5% isn't terrible, 20% is absolutely terrible. Pay the 20% as much as possible and pay minimums for the rest. Once you get the 20% gone, I assume your next is 10%? Start paying that aggressively but also start putting some amount away.
Until you only have semi low (less than 10% interest debt) you should be cutting expenses as much as possible, which usually means don't spend money on any luxuries (restaurants, new clothes, bars, concerts, etc).
Anything you drink or eat should be made at home. So wanna have a party? buy beer, cook food at home and invite people over, but do not go out.
Stay home, exercise,.and watch way too much TV or videogames.
I'm surprised they are not making a TV show based on Oregon Trail
I have a unit where the 50-year-old male tenant died of a heart attack while watching TV. After hearing the story no one was put off.
Yet Democracy doesn't manipulate, people manipulate. This is why it is beneficial to have power in a body with different regions and viewpoints represented that can provide some form of checks and balances.
But I wouldn't consider that example of Ukraine as Democracy in action. Democracy didn't guide Zelensky to close 3 pro-Russian TV channels. Yet freedom of the press doesn't mean there are absolutely no laws against dissemination of ideas to the public. It's a delicate dance between freedoms and abuses.
And democracy in Ukraine is still young, which will need many more years to work out fully (if the nation survives the current Russian onslaught). But that is why I said earlier that an adoption of a Democratic system in China would take a couple generations to realize if it ever happens. It doesn't all happen overnight or all at once. Especially to a population not used to such freedoms.
I hate when tv shows are cast with a bunch of Hollywood conventional pretty people. Because I can never tell the characters apart
Honestly I'm glad they kept Cops going on Fox Nation.....
Nice to know it survived somewhere somehow.
Such a classic Reality TV masterpiece with an awesome theme song that's timeless but also totally 90s.
I should buy a bit more Newscorp and Fox shares.
Bruh, dude is rich from venture capital. He doesn't need to make movies or star in TV shows
What happened to Austin Kutcher’s punk’d? That was quality tv. Along with SpongeBob. Nothing but crap on the television today
Yeah, your audience is not the same.
The Love Languages book has been around since 1990. It's had almost 33 years of features in magazines, tv, movies, word of mouth growth, and various amounts of publications. It's innocuous and has a very broad audience.
Yours is going to offend people. It has a target but it is not the same as the Love Languages. And bringing it up in casual conversation isn't going to work. Divisive ideas are not casual. It's asking for debate, anger, or just silence.
I agree with the other poster, your best bet is following the Andrew Tate crowd with tok toks, shorts, and the like. Start a blog and pay for ads where your target is interacting with.
The thing is that language models depend on content creators and they in turn publish content to generate traffic.
The more questions language models can answer, the more the incentive to publish new content decreases, and the less accurate language models will be in providing up-to-date answers.
This is theory ... but I am very excited about the dynamics that will emerge after implementation. I am absolutely sure that certain questions, whose answers we google today, will never again be googled "classically".
Especially questions that are relevant in everyday life, such as: I have a new TV, what is the optimal ratio between seat distance and screen diagonal?
It bought lots of TV's and shit during black friday... lots of stimulation.
Here is the truth:
I have been a Netflix customer since 2001. I had a Blockbuster card, a Hollywood Video card and a Netflix account. Went full Netflix and never considered canceling until now, why?
Are they too expensive? No, not really.
It’s just that the value proposition is gone. I have very little interest in Netflix. Wednesday is ok. Stranger Things…when it returns…maybe.
HBO Max is good, Amazon Prime is good, Apple TV is OK and I get that with my Apple subscription anyway. I have PBS and Hulu and Disney
Netflix got the chop. not going to miss it
In the last month, my phone, TV, and laptop all died.
Phone was 7 years old, TV was about 12, laptop was 2.5y.
So yeah.. when it rains it pours.
It's easier to tune out one big media versus 100 smaller medias. Even though Fox is the biggest, you can't turn around without encountering left-wing media, especially in spaces the younger generation inhabits. Fox dominates TV, the left-wing media and opinions dominate the Internet. So for most of us that aren't geriatric, we mostly encounter liberal media, not Fox.
Hmm good points, although saving 4k seems like a bigger save then saving $200 in your tv example. A 10 yr car can still keep running for another 5+ years.
Another thing I am thinking about is what kind of car could I get for $7k and would that car be better than my car after it's fixed.
Or just bite the bullet and get something new or less than 5 years old. Used cars are so expensive it seems like I should have more reserve before committing to such a big purchase.
So you want to spend 7k to get back 4 to 6k of value? No.
So you want to sirens 7k on something only worth 10k to keep it going? Actuarially, also bad. That's like spending 1800$ to replace a part in a 10 year old TV instead of buying anew one that's $2000 "because it's cheaper".
In the long run, that's a FAR more expensive way to operate.
This most often comes up in replacing water heaters vs elements, AC coils, etc.
Democracy manipulates big time too. Look at this Ukraine president, as soon as he reached the power he closed down immediatly 3 TV chanels that were against him during the election, what democratie is that....Don't get me wrong, im not ccp at all, i just compare both and at the end they have a lot off similarity
If someones kids hate being white, they are just shitty parents. It's like the idiots complaining about gays in tv making their kids gay.
I grew up watching tons of successfull, smooth talking and interesting people on tv and that didn't stop me from being a complete trainwreck..