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Monday Morning Quarterback – 06/29/15

Posted by: Andrew Schmitt | Posted on: June 29th, 2015 | 0 Comments

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In The Mix: Thunderbirds: On Sunday we took the boys to the Mankato Airshow.   Being an airshow novice I was not sure what to expect.  It was a great experience.  If you get a chance to see the US Air Force Thunderbirds you should not miss it.  It was really cool to see it in person. Here is a link to their upcoming shows (fly) 50 Minnesota Innovations That Changed the World: Minnesotan's are a proud people.  It turns out we have a lot to be proud of.  We officially rank between second (so says the Harvard Business Review) and ninth (Forbes and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office) among “most innovative states.”  Here is a list of 50 of Minnesota's biggest innovations. (read) 50 More: While we are on the subject of innovation, I found this list of the 50 "smartest companies."  While there are a lot of "new" tech companies like Uber or Salesforce, companies like Wal-Mart also make the list.  It is worth a look. (read)  The Campaign Trail  Political news and analysis done differently...  The Supreme Court Case from Last Week That Will Impact Minneapolis:
There were certainly several high profile Supreme Court Cases decided last week.  One that did not get the media attention might have significant ramifications in the hot  debate on housing issues in Minneapolis.  The 5-4 ruling endorses the notion of citing disparate impact in housing cases, meaning that statistics and other evidence can be used to show decisions and practices have discriminatory effects — without proving that they're the result of discriminatory intentions.(read) Hillary Clinton Visits MN: Hillary Clinton stopped by MN to turn on her "campaign finance vacuum cleaner" .  Lori Sturdevant has a summary of the visit and this interesting nugget: The "feature of 2016 Minnesota politics: Control of the Legislature will be the year’s big prize. It likely won’t turn on which presidential candidate carries this state. But it may well turn on how the presidential contenders perform in a few dozen key districts in Greater Minnesota and on the metro fringe." (read) Garofalo V Winkler: The two lawmakers have squared off for years in the Minnesota House of Representatives. With Winkler leaving the House, the two reps matched wits one final time. (watch) Should Minnesota Dump MNSure? Following a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision last week, Republicans renewed their calls to dump the state’s MNsure system in favor of the federal government’s online marketplace for health ­insurance. (read) Worth a Read:
A Few Favorite Articles From The Week: Easier Better Cooked Ribs: NPR is doing a new series called "Do This" with chefs who are sharing their cleverest hacks and tips — taking expensive, exhausting or intimidating recipes and tweaking them to work in any home kitchen.  Here is an easy way of making delicious, fall-off-the-bone baby back ribs in only about an hour.  Try it. (read) 4th of July Events: Looking for fun activities for the 4th of July weekend?  Check out this list of local 4th of July parades and celebrations.  (Celebrate) By The Numbers: A look at polls, attitudes and other interesting numbers: 83.1 Million Millennials, or those born from 1982 through 2000, now make up more than one quarter of the U.S. population exceeding the 75.4 million Baby Boomers who were born from 1946 through 1964.(read) $300,000 The cost to taxpayers for a a remote bathroom renovation in Crane Lake.  Population 70. (read) 175 Million Pounds The amount of fireworks Americans launched during of  4th of July celebrations. How much is 175 million pounds? A stack of pennies weighing 175 million pounds would snake out of the earth’s atmosphere, stretch far past the international space station, and extend over 10 percent of the distance to the moon  For more stats on all things fireworks read (this) 18.946.68 The Dow Jones Industrial Average down 100 points since last week. We have over 550 regular readers of the MMQ. Please share the MMQ via email, Facebook and Twitter so we can grow past 600 readers.

Monday Morning Quarterback – 6/22/2015

Posted by: Andrew Schmitt | Posted on: June 22nd, 2015 | 0 Comments

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 The Rouen Group: Helping clients effectively communicate to their target audience. In The Mix: A Bow To Charleston: There is no shortage of political commentary surrounding the tragic shooting in a Charleston, SC church.  This piece from the Wall Street Journal is the best thing that I have read, that shows the true character of the people.  It doesn't appear they need to politicians.  I think it is the other way around.  "They spoke of mercy. They offered forgiveness. They invited the suspect, who was linked in by video from jail, to please look for God. There was no rage, no accusation—just broken hearts undefended and presented for the world to see. They sobbed as they spoke..." (read) 11 Mistakes Successful People Never Make: Some good tips from INC. Magazine.  Sometimes we can be our own worst enemy.  (read) Hope For The Future: There have so many stories about the ills of social media and how kids are using it to bully and harm other kids.  I think that is why I enjoyed this heartwarming story about a high school student who used a social media site to anonymously post nice messages about his classmates for over a year. (read) The Campaign Trail  Political news and analysis done differently...  The DFL Divide:
I have posted a couple articles recently about a growing rift in the Senate DFL.  MinnPost has a more in-depth look at what is going on.  (read) High Praise for Speaker Daudt: Star Tribune Columnist Lori Sturdevant, surprisingly praised Speaker Daudt's leadership in her session wrap-up. "State government may be divided, but my sloppy survey of its professional observers indicates that they are united on this point: House Speaker Kurt Daudt was the big political winner of the 2015 session." (read) Vikings Stadium Board Politics Get Ugly: Duane Benson said Friday he's resigning from the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority, claiming board chair Michele Kelm-Helgen called him a liar and impugned his character. (read) Worth a Read:
A Few Favorite Articles From The Week: The Problem with Recycling-Its the Blue Bins: The Washington Post has a really interesting article on the economics of recycling in the US and whether it remains economically viable for cities.(read) Hamilton Off The $10-Not So Fast: "The ongoing Women on the 20s campaign has been putting pressure on President Barack Obama and Treasury Secretary Jack Lew to Remove Andrew Jackson from the $20 bill. However, it turns out that the United States Treasury Department had another target: Alexander Hamilton. While removing Old Hickory from our nation’s currency would be a travesty, diminishing Hamilton is a disgrace."(read) By The Numbers: A look at polls, attitudes and other interesting numbers: 20 Here is a list of the top 20 most popular beers in the US.  Not many of my favorites on the list. (list) 21 The age of US Open Champion Jordon Spieth.  Spieth also won the Masters this year. 3.5 The number of games the Twins are behind the Kansas City Royals for first place in the AL Central. 18.015.95 The Dow Jones Industrial Average up 100 points since last week. We have over 550 regular readers of the MMQ. Please share the MMQ via email, Facebook and Twitter so we can grow past 600 readers.

Monday Morning Quarterback – 6/15/2015

Posted by: Andrew Schmitt | Posted on: June 15th, 2015 | 0 Comments

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 The Rouen Group: Helping clients effectively communicate to their target audience. In The Mix: Rich V. Poor: I found these two contrasting charts over the weekend.  The first shows the largest companies by revenue in each state.  I was a bit surprised by Minnesota's largest company. (List).  The second list shows the poorest town in each state. (here).  No surprise the richest companies are not in the poorest counties. How the Most Powerful People Get Things Done: These 4 tips from a former Navy Seal and senior White House staffer can help all of us.   (read) The Campaign Trail  Political news and analysis done differently...  Outmaneuvered:
Minnesota Public Radio has a good summary of how Governor Dayton was "outmaneuvered"  by Speaker Kurt Daudt and a coalition of rural DFLers.  Dayton has a long track record of getting his priorities accomplished, but this session was different. (read) 10 Hidden Nuggets Found in End of Session Budget Bills: $4 million for planes in Duluth, money for free college and even some money for town fireworks.  The Pioneer Press uncovers some interesting spending decisions in a $42 billion budget. The complete list (here) Sunday Growlers: Yesterday marked the first day consumers could buy growlers of beer on a Sunday in Minneapolis and Duluth.  Minnesota Beer Activist Andrew Schmidt has a good piece on this historic day: "the baby step of allowing growlers is bittersweet for many Minnesota consumers. The vast majority of Minnesotans support repealing the ban on Sunday liquor sales, not just some brewpubs and breweries. Sunday growlers was the smallest step that could have been taken down the road toward full repeal." (read) Worth a Read:
A Few Favorite Articles From The Week: Last Generation: If you were born before 1985 you are part of the last generation that lived both "before" the internet and "after."  This hits home with me as I try to explain to my kids and occasional intern what life was like before cell phones and email.  Qz.com has a really interesting article on what it is like to be in the last generation to have lived without the internet.  (read) Why are Kids Abandoning Baseball: I love baseball!  I love watching baseball and I love coaching my 6 year olds team.  But, baseball is a challenging game.  The Wall Street Journal has a great series of articles on the future of baseball, why kids are leaving and what is being done to "save the game." (read) By The Numbers: A look at polls, attitudes and other interesting numbers: 5.3 Million The number of kids 7-17 playing baseball in America.  That is down from 8.8 million in 2000. $81,314 The amount of money a St. Paul man won, along with a World Series of Poker Championship, when he accidentally entered the wrong poker tournament. (read) 0 The number of hits Twins #1 prospect got in his Twins debut on Sunday.  He did score the winning run though.  That was not nearly as good as former Twins centerfielder Kirby Puckett who went 4-5 in his first game.  Joe Mauer went 2-3  in his first game. 17.898.84 The Dow Jones Industrial Average up 50 points since last week. We have over 550 regular readers of the MMQ. Please share the MMQ via email, Facebook and Twitter so we can grow past 600 readers.

Monday Morning Quarterback – 6/8/2015

Posted by: Andrew Schmitt | Posted on: June 8th, 2015 | 0 Comments

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 The Rouen Group: Helping clients effectively communicate to their target audience. In The Mix: Shawshank: Amazing and scary story out of New York as two convicted killers managed an extraordinary prison break. From NPR News "Without being noticed, [Matt and Sweat] used those power tools to cut through a steel wall and also to carve holes in a steam pipe that they squeezed through to reach a manhole cover on a nearby street." In a move reminiscent of the infamous 1962 Alcatraz break, the inmates left dummies in their cots to fool guards, who conducted "bed checks" every two hours. The two were not discovered missing until 6 a.m. Saturday." (read)  This reminds of the prison break from one of the all time best movies Shawshank Redemption.  You can watch that scene (here) Rooftop Kinda Day: WCCO recently hosted our client, Chef Alex Victoria to cook some great summer Italian fare on their rooftop.  You should check out this segment, or better yet head to their awesome rooftop in Uptown and try the food for yourself. (watch) (Looking for publicity for your business, association or event we can help) The Campaign Trail  Political news and analysis done differently...  Legislative Stalemate:
Speaker of the House Kurt Daudt sits down with Almanac to talk about what is holding up the special session, including the state auditor controversy. (watch)  If you want State Auditor Rebecca Otto's reaction (watch) The 10 US Senate Seats Most Likely to Change Parties: The Washington Post has an interesting read on the upcoming 2016 battle for the US Senate. Senate Democrats are well positioned in 2016 to gain seats, they are defending just 10 seats compared with 24 for Republicans  So which seats will flip?  (read). Requirements of A Special Session: Confused about the "special session" and what is going on.  This St. Cloud Times editorial does good job of explaining some of the "silliness" going on behind closed doors and without legislative or public input. (read) Worth a Read:
A Few Favorite Articles From The Week: How A St. Paul Man has Witnessed Baseball History: For baseball fans this is a great story.  Seth Hawkins, of St. Paul has been in the stadium to see each of the last twenty major league batters reach the three-thousand-hit club, from Hank Aaron in 1970 to Derek Jeter four summers ago.  Making this story more extradorinary, Hawkins has never owned a car or had a drivers license.(read) A $15 Minimum Wage or Is There a Better Idea?: Hillary Clinton has come out in support of a $15 minimum wage (read) joining a national movement, including here at the Minneapolis Airport.  But, is increasing the minimum wage the best solution?  Warren Buffet has an extremely thought provoking piece in the Wall Street Journal that looks at the cause of poverty and low wages, and offers a different solution. (read) By The Numbers: A look at polls, attitudes and other interesting numbers: 14.5 Percentage of Americans in Poverty.  That is the same percentage as 1982. $2.3 Trillion The net worth of the Forbes 400, up 2,400% in slightly more than three decades, a period in which the median household income rose only about 180%. 153,110 The number of troops used in the D-Day invasion. The largest seaborne invasion in world history. It ignited the liberation of France from the Nazis as well as the Allies victory in Europe in general. 14,000 brave service men and women gave their lives on this day.  For more stats about D-day read (this) 1 The Twins are 1 game ahead of the Kansas City Royals for first place in the AL Central.  The 2 teams play each other in a three game series starting tonight. 17.849.46 The Dow Jones Industrial Average down over 200 points since last week. We have over 550 regular readers of the MMQ. Please share the MMQ via email, Facebook and Twitter so we can grow past 600 readers.

Monday Morning Quarterback – 6/1/2015

Posted by: Andrew Schmitt | Posted on: June 2nd, 2015 | 0 Comments

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 The Rouen Group: Helping clients effectively communicate to their target audience. In The Mix: 5 Words to Avoid in Email: Words like sorry, hopefully and just are on the list.  Find out the entire list and how you can send better emails. (read) A New Cycle of Health: Today's kids will be the first generation to be less healthy than their parents.  That is why physicians, civic and corporate leaders are coming together to do something about it.  CycleHealth is bring together business and health care executives for a breakfast event on Tuesday.  If you are interested in changing the cycle of health in Minnesota consider attending this event (register) The Campaign Trail  Political news and analysis done differently...  9,500 Layoff Notices:
Today, 9,500 non-essential state workers will get a notice of a pending lay-off on July 1st, if the budget stalemate continues. (read) Minnesota's Medicaid population surges to 1 Million: "Minnesota’s Medicaid rolls have soared past the 1 million mark for the first time, driven by two years of explosive growth in government insurance programs in the wake of federal health reform." (read) Is There a Leadership Crisis in the DFL Senate?: This an interesting blog by MN Progressive Project that looks at some of the turmoil in the DFL Senate, include Majority Leader Bakk recruiting candidates to run against current caucus members.(read) Worth a Read:
A Few Favorite Articles From The Week: 12 Famous Brands That Are Dying: Remember Blackberry (aka crackberry) I bet your kids will not.  Check out these 12 brands that are teetering on extinction. (read) Who Makes Your Beer: "This map is not an effort to wade into the debate of what is and isn’t a craft beer — a debate which was recently amplified by Anheuser-Busch InBev’s marketing department during the Super Bowl, and an inflammatory profile of Jim Koch, the man who created Sam Adams. It’s also not a judgement of quality. Some of the beers on this map are great. Some aren’t. Either way, we believe you should drink what you like. We also believe you should know who made that beer though, which is why we created the map." (look and learn) By The Numbers: A look at polls, attitudes and other interesting numbers: 20 The number of games the Twins won in the month of May. Last time they won that many games in May was 1991.  They also won in October that year. .5 Twins are 1/2 game ahead of the Kansas City Royals for first place in the AL Central Division. 1,0000,000 + One in five Minnesotans now are covered by public health care, which could strain state budget.(read) 18.010.68 The Dow Jones Industrial Average down over 200 points since last week. We have over 550 regular readers of the MMQ. Please share the MMQ via email, Facebook and Twitter so we can grow past 600 readers.

Monday Morning Quarterback – 5/25/2015

Posted by: Andrew Schmitt | Posted on: June 2nd, 2015 | 0 Comments

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 The Rouen Group: Helping clients effectively communicate to their target audience. In The Mix: A Special Memorial Day Message: I found this great article on a Veteran's blog and thought I would share this powerful paragraph that capsulizes Veteran's Day: "It is not wars that we are remembering with this national holiday. Rather, we are remembering those who served and those who gave their last full measure of devotion in order to insure that the freedoms that this country offers to all would be able to be passed on to the next generations. We remember them because they tell us something of our human dignity. They remind us of the cost of freedom and of the quality of our character as a nation. We do not gather on this holiday to glorify wars. Rather, we are challenged to remember that when war comes unbidden to us, there are those who are willing to give their all to defend this nation. Deep down we want to remember in the hope that we will find ways to prevent wars and never again have to fight them again. There is, among veterans, no more hoped for desire than the desire that their own sons and daughters will never have to suffer the terrors of war, or the effects of war." (more) The Campaign Trail  Political news and analysis done differently...  Dayton and Daudt on WCCO:
House Speaker Kurt Daudt and Governor Mark Dayton both appeared on WCCO on Sunday.  Find out what they had to say about the upcoming special session. (watch) Party Chairs React: Republican State Party Chair Keith Downey and DFL Party head Ken Martin joined Cathy and Eric on the Almanac couch and talked politics, both local and national. (watch) Worth a Read:
A Few Favorite Articles From The Week: How A Twitter Account Earned a $500,000 Bonus: Kris Sanchez always had a hobby of looking up random trivia, and in 2011 he began experimenting with social media and posting his findings on his Twitter account UberFacts. Today that account has over 10.7 million followers and generates over $500,000 annually.  A recently launched app generates an additional $60,000 per week. (read) Heart Warming Story About Randy Moss: No, that is not a typo in the headline.  Read this touching story about how Randy Moss befriended a young child battling leukemia in 1998 and returned to watch her graduate high school this last week. (read) By The Numbers: A look at polls, attitudes and other interesting numbers: 1% It is a reality that those who have served this country in uniform, and their families, are less that 1% of the American population. 7 Billion Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, Americans will eat about 7 billion hot dogs. 28 Arlington National Cemetery averages about 28 funerals a day. 3PM At 3 p.m., the U.S. will take a minute of silence for the National Moment of Remembrance. Former President Bill Clinton signed the act establishing it in 2000. 18.232.02 The Dow Jones Industrial Average down slightly since last week. We have over 550 regular readers of the MMQ. Please share the MMQ via email, Facebook and Twitter so we can grow past 600 readers.

Monday Morning Quarterback – 5/18/2015

Posted by: Andrew Schmitt | Posted on: June 2nd, 2015 | 0 Comments

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 The Rouen Group: Helping clients effectively communicate to their target audience. In The Mix: 25 Phrases We Wish People Would Stop Saying at Work: I think we can all find some synergy around this no brainer and it won't require us to think outside the box.  Check out this list and see what you would add. (read) Wine Tasting-Its Junk Science: I always thought this may be the case, but now science backs it up.  Turns out even the experts can't tell the difference between wines.  The reason why also has to do with science.  This is a great read if you enjoy wine.  (read) Together We Can Treat Gambling Addiction: Did you know that gambling addiction costs employers over $3 billion per year?  And unlike chemical addictions, gambling often goes unnoticed by even friends, family and co-workers.  I am proud to sponsor the Appetite for Life luncheon this Tuesday.  Proceeds from the luncheon go directly to Project Turnabout which is one of only three in-patient treatment facilities for gambling addiction in the US.  More information about this event and the cause (here) The Campaign Trail  Political news and analysis done differently...  Meeting in a Tent:
Want to see how silly things are getting at the Minnesota Legislature, just read this from the Star Tribune: "In order to finish on time, lawmakers must adjourn by midnight on Monday. On the prospect of a special session with construction activity about to expand greatly inside the Capitol,Dayton suggested lawmakers hold it in a tenton the Capitol grounds. A spokesman later saidDayton was not kidding about that." (read) Legislative Leaders Sit Down: On Friday Legislative leaders sat down on the Almanac couch to talk about the end of session.  They didn't mention meeting in a tent, but they did provide thoughts on how session may end.(watch) Antacids: Think elections are too expensive?  How about this fact Americans spend more on elections than on antacids, but less than they spend on Halloween.  Check out this  chart on campaign spending and how it compares to other spending in the US.  (read) How Will It End?: Want to track the latest on how the Minnesota Legislature will end?  Follow hashtag #mnleg on twitter for updates through out Monday.  They must end at Midnight tonight or go into a "special session."Worth a Read:
A Few Favorite Articles From The Week: Let Kids Learn Through Play:  The Minnesota Legislature faces gridlock over providing 4 year old pre-k for all students. In timely fashion, the New York Times published this great article on the subject of early learning: "a growing group of scientists, education researchers and educators say there is little evidence that this approach improves long-term achievement; in fact, it may have the opposite effect, potentially slowing emotional and cognitive development, causing unnecessary stress and perhaps even souring kids’ desire to learn."  Let's hope our leaders take time to study the science before changing policy. (read) Time to End the "Elite Kids": Here is a great article about the "sports industrial complex" that has been created in youth sports. The take away quote: "We're nearing the point in youth sports where we need to stop the "elite" and "select" madness because we're raising a generation with too much self-esteem. They can't handle failure because they've been conditioned to believe they're too good to fail. They're being placed on teams that identify them as better than their peers on the whim of either a parent/coach or a businessman/coach." (read) A Fight Worth Watching: Former Boxing Champion Evander Holyfield jumped back into the ring to fight 68 year old former presidential candidate Mitt Romney.  The charity even raised over $1 million. (watch) By The Numbers: A look at polls, attitudes and other interesting numbers: 305 Chief executives at Minnesota's publicly traded S&P 500 companies were paid 305 times more than the average worker, according to the AFL-CIO's annual report on executive compensation.(read) 50% Minnesota beekeepers reporting more than 50 percent honeybee losses (read) 40% Americans are 40% poorer than before the "great recession" The net worth of American families — the difference between the values of their assets, including homes and investments, and liabilities — fell to $81,400 in 2013, down slightly from $82,300 in 2010, but a long way off the $135,700 in 2007 $25,000,000 The amount of money Bill and Hillary Clinton have earned in speaking fees since 2014 (read) 18.272.56 The Dow Jones Industrial Average up 200 points since last week. We have over 550 regular readers of the MMQ. Please share the MMQ via email, Facebook and Twitter so we can grow past 600 readers.

Monday Morning Quarterback – 5/4/2015

Posted by: Andrew Schmitt | Posted on: June 2nd, 2015 | 0 Comments

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 The Rouen Group: Helping clients effectively communicate to their target audience. In The Mix: There is Hope For Us Old Guys : Think you are too old to learn the latest dance moves or even do the splits?  Well this IT manager and a couple middle-aged school teachers can give the rest of us hope.  This is great way to start Monday morning. (watch) Did You Miss The Fight Of the Century?: I admit I wasn't willing to pay $100 to watch a boxing match on TV, but from what I heard I didn't miss much.  I did however watch this great SNL parody of the fight. (watch) How Old Do You Look: Facebook users may have seen a lot of posts recently from an app that guesses you age based on a photo.  The technology is pretty amazing. I tried several photos and for the most part it was relatively accurate. Not on Facebook and want to check it out you can (here) Golf for Kids at Hazeltine: Are you up for a golf challenge?  Join me and other supporters of Tix for Tots at Hazeltine Golf Club, on June 1st for a one of kind golf event. If you register your foursome today, you can join us at the exclusive sponsor reception at the May 7th Twins Game in a suite. (register) The Campaign Trail  Political news and analysis done differently...  Speaker Daudt Looks To Defy Odds:
The Star Tribune has a nice piece on "rookie speaker" Kurt Daudt and how this former car salesman may need all his sales techniques to close the deal on the legislative session. (read) Can These 2 Get a Deal Done?: The Pioneer Press looks at the different styles of House Speaker Daudt and Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk, and how they say they will get a budget deal done. (read) How Will It End?: With just 2 weeks left in the legislative session, a group of reporters (Tom Hauser, Briana Bierschbach, Pat Condon and Tom Scheck) sat down to give their thoughts on what needs to get done. (watch)Worth a Read:
A Few Favorite Articles From The Week: Want To Be  Good Baseball Coach-Start With the Moms:  I started coaching my 6 year old son's baseball team last week and was scouring the internet looking for drills to and I stumbled upon this great article from the Wall Street Journal.  Whether you coach sports or have kids in sports this is a very good article. (read) Getting Millennials Back In the Pews: In the United States, 59 percent of people ages 18 to 29 with a Christian background have dropped out of the Church.  So how do you get them back?  According to millennial it is not creating a "better show."  The Washington Post has an interesting article on millennials and religion. (read) By The Numbers: A look at polls, attitudes and other interesting numbers: $180 Million Well $179,808,511 to be exact.  That is how much Floyd Mayweather made on the fight as opposed to Pacquiao who earned $119,872,340 (read) 3 The number of days the 2014 spent above the .500 mark.  As of Sunday the 2015 Twins are above .500 after starting 1-6. $84 The cost to make the Apple Watch. It retails for about $350. 18.024.06 The Dow Jones Industrial Average virtually unchanged since last week. We have over 550 regular readers of the MMQ. Please share the MMQ via email, Facebook and Twitter so we can grow past 600 readers.
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