23 Burst results for "Aaron Brown"
"aaron brown" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Because i have the space and i have the know how i'm able to to balance those two things and it's been good. It's been good so the last question that i have this. This goes back to advice is advice before we get into some shameless plug. Already started your plugs. I appreciate that. What advice would you give someone looking to improve their brand or image. So i'm going gonna double this with something else. I think that. There's it's good to have a couple love of pillars to orbit your your imaging your branding around but i think that it's also nice to have you know a macho sarlig. Something that you'd like something that you use to define how you go about your work so to preface this I've lived by this mantra since five. Rest pretty much. So i have a on my arm. But it's the phrase. Let the work's done speak for me like that's the phrase that i my late grandmother on my mother's side. She it was like it was the quilt. That was on her her pamphlet for her for her. Funeral was burning my mind. I remember that quote. I remember the way that i felt that. I remember like the way that we got to where we got to that point. The funeral and i was just like. That's something that i could really see myself. It embodied this unspoken thing about me that i always was abiding by. Which is you'll have to care about what i say. You don't have to worry about how. I say what i say or what i say i police myself. I can learn to be more articulate but which you can't take away from me because you can even spend whatever i say. You can't spend what i did if i did. Good work. and it's undeniably good work. That is something that. I think people pick up on us like. I don't care about having my name on it half the time. There's thing that are in the city. That are mainstays. That i was around for the initial conversation of i sparked the initial conversation of or i was in the plans and got the thing off the ground and i don't tell people about it because it doesn't matter. The work is what matters that staple in the community is their now thriving and part of it. The work that i did speaks in. That's what happens but in terms of like advice. I've got a couple of things that i think back on. I from being mindful and intentional. I think just being honest and being open to the fact that you gotta have a sense of humour you're gonna go through phases and eras of your brand your image that are absolute dog shit. And they're going to be the best ideas at the time before it was brought about town. I was ldp lt. I was as long as tumbler name. That i pulled from tumbler letters to finally even like it was a reference to the bible. The bible book and i had a whole thing written down and memorize of like how articulate a random conversation. I had a church parking lot in my youth leader days because he was also a usually the back in the day at how on into this thing that became a a lesson about like mindfulness acceptance tolerance and in essence forgiveness with people and it was like okay cool. That's a cool thing but it's really long winded and really edgy. And it eventually got shortened. Ldp because was easier to shorthand. And then my friend joked about ice. Take pictures of my of my shoes. Everywhere that i would go like not even nice shoes..
"aaron brown" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"I think people don't go as high here because we're so authentic in space. You have a certain degree of fake kind of move ahead and because of that non bullshit baltimore is looked at as a proving ground in some ways in many ways and he will come here. Cut their teeth. Then move onto another place but someone. That's coming from here. That's why we celebrate them so much. It's like yo that's the guy right has to home and we know him but then it's like yeah and then if laid back to baltimore it's in your experience and being here as personality has is trans. Has has come here. How do you feel about that. So i feel torn because i represent both i represent the community of people that come here not to cut their to prove themselves although that is definitely what happened in my my time in the in the various scenes but i think that it's also i think that there is a i won't say unity because people united around some very key things are important but there is a. There's an opportunity to improve the consistency and the cohesion with which things get done. And that's just and that's also part of generally being more educated and or more experienced in what you're doing. There are some people that will learn that by failing multiple times in there are people that will do the research on those failures understand unpacked. What happened and they'll work in. A tangential rushed a parallel but not identical fashion and they might get a little bit further but I do think that also there's just a there's a a level of timeliness that we can't control. I think that's a big part of what quarantine. That's a big part of what in what regard it a bittersweet way. You wanna say the freddie gray riots and everything that transpired post that there's a lot of things adjust needed time to incubate and then thusly cover for wishing that have changed the landscape. Now it's much easier for anybody from any part of the country or the world to help platform and there's always been quality talent here. The platform the plainfield platform just hasn't always been as level. And now we've got people that have. Historically you know are getting on or people that have traveled to europe. And do those things. They're getting their their second fifteen minutes ago in the second dance in the sun almost and he becomes almost like the the. The renaissance that was asked about a decade ago is happening in my opinion. I when i got here two thousand twelve. I told myself in ten years. Baltimore is going to be brooklyn. Like i said to myself because i had a feeling that was needed to make brash mental leaps like this and we're eight and a half years into my ten year forecast and we're already brooklyn roster dom there's there's there's padded you can see and it does a certain type of person that kind of identifies patterns and really remembers them and maybe that person wouldn't have been born here from the city. Maybe they had to come here or maybe that maybe someone does have that and they need to exist in a way to act on it. Yeah yeah yeah. My it was funny. I tell a story on occasion where i was up in new jersey with a lot of artists types that had connections to brooklyn my partner. She's she's from brooklyn and it was funny and it's like only stay people all these people with this different musicians all of this stuff in new york people l. I guess so. Rob since you're from baltimore shit kind of defend baltimore and i'm down to do it but i'm like outnumbered here. This is not gonna go go right. It's like the movie hero. A jet li. This is not going right for me and she just chimed in. She's like well. I'm the only one that was born in new york. It's going to be like brooklyn..
"aaron brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Aaron Brown of Pimco. That's ahead. Right now. We're at five minutes past the hour. We're going to update GLOBAL news Taiwan, expressing a bit of concern today that China may have blocked the purchase of a vaccine at Baxter covering it all from the Bloomberg 9 60 newsroom in San Francisco etiquette. Yeah, with all the ramifications of the tensions in that area. This is something Taiwan. Doug says attempts to buy five million doses of the buy on tax covert vaccine fell apart at the last minute. It's health minister says there may have been political pressure from Beijing by on tax regional district distributor Shanghai Floats and pharmaceutical has not commented. Taiwan's government says it is still talking to the company hopes of getting those doses. In the U. S. Dr. Anthony Fauci today said, is very important to get vaccinated not only to protect from the covert 19 strain but also the variant. There was a markedly diminished viral load in those individuals who were vaccinated, but had a breakthrough infection compared to individuals who were not now they're a couple of studies done a lot of research going on, of course. New research shows The Fizer vaccine stimulated roughly two thirds lower levels of protection from the South African but still much better than not being vaccinated. Moderna is still in the research process. Reuters is reporting sign of AC says it has very good efficacy against the South African strains. Me and Mars on Sans Souci is in court today to face her charges of Violating covert regulation. She has no lawyer still awhile before the massive power outages in Texas and the planes will end in the United States. Bloomberg's Nick Steckler says it is a process let's say at the earliest, we get most of the generation capacity back online in a couple of days at the very earliest. Then customers need to be connected, reconnected in mass of turning on different neighborhoods, and that doesn't just happen all at once. And as we reported just couple of minutes ago regarding chips and the Austin area, frustration is growing. This is Austin Mayor Steve Adler. You put so much emphasis from having a deregulated system where rather priority is just to provide power at the lowest possible price. You have a disincentive for people to invest to the protections that are necessary in order to insure against these Kinds of incidents and he says, wall Ah, here we are. We didn't use the term voila. But, he said Here we are. And Texas has now stopped any exports of natural gas from the state until the crisis is over. Australia now officially out of its five days snap, lock down And still smarting from the sexist remarks coming out of Japan's Olympic Committee chair in his resignation, Japan's LDP ruling party has decided to allow five female legislators into the all male board meetings. But not allow them to speak. Just provide written statements afterwards. This is a Reuters report. Ball off in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. All right, Doug. All right, Eddie. Thank you. Let's get to Aaron Brown, portfolio manager of multi asset strategies at Pimco, our guests for the half hour on the line from Newport Beach. Let's begin with the behavior of the bond market over the last couple of days. I mean, we had a big spike in yield. Today. The data came in maybe a little hot or hotter than the market has been discounted, but we promptly dropped from about 1 33 on the 10 year down the 1 27. Is this something where the market is trying to find a kind of a comfort zone here, Or is there the risk that we could be looking at much? More higher rates in the days ahead. Yeah, I think what you really seen is a 60 basis point move over the last times on soft the bottom in terms of 10 year rates and so we've come a very long way and a pretty short period of time. And I think the market today was really just taking a breather after what we saw yesterday was a pretty big move in interest rates and in the bond market, So you know, I wouldn't read too much into the move today. That said, You know, what do you think that the market right now is really grappling with where race can go from here and whether or not that way should expect significantly higher rates and I think what we saw out of the Fed This afternoon was really tampering down expectations that the Fed is going to move or responds to the movement, inflation and that economic data any point in the near future, So I think if you listen to the Fed, listen to Jerome Powell. The really telling you that the Fed is not going to respond to temporary movements and inflation or an economic data, and they think that also really played into the rally that you saw in 10 Year yield today. And where do yields and go from here? And I know that you are going modestly overweight duration when you're looking at the bond market. That's exactly right. We think that duration given fell off that we've seen thus far and given the fact that we've already seen five year, five year race really recover the entire move in the post pandemic, you know lows that we have an interest rate yield. We think that 10 year race here offer value and so we are going modestly long duration, But this is really set against our long equity portfolio positioning. So if you're long equity risk in your portfolio, which we are you wanna be a little bit long duration as well as the shock absorber. And I think, given the move that we've seen that I mentioned earlier, the 60 base point move, you know, at Yields at current levels at about 1.7% are are pretty attractive. Can you imagine a world where the market really does lead the Fed into changing policy? That typically is the way it happens, isn't it? It has in the past on D. Certainly, If you look back over much of the last decade, you know there have been incidents is where the market has led The Fed and You know, Think about if you think about what that one of the biggest input was to send policy over the last 10 10 years or so it's been 10 year break even expectations, which is a market variable, right? The market test with a 10 year, you know, break even level is However, what we've seen after the Fed's policy review in the fall of last year is that the Fed is now taking a much more a much more widespread approach to the way that they're thinking about their policy objectives, and they're not just focused on inflation on done employment, but they're really want broader measures of inflation that they're looking at, and a more inclusive, you know, level of.
"aaron brown" Discussed on Odd Lots
"It's so for new. How like so many of our conversations all end up being about the same thing these days and even when we start with like this is a different topic than this sort of all comes back to the same thing but actually yeah. Yeah i was also thinking. That was such a polite debate. I was hoping it would sort of descend into a drama and shouting match in at some point like inigo would today something like you. Killed my factor. Prepare to die or something like that But we didn't really get it. Felt like there was a sort of underlying consensus. Which is that investing as we know it might die in one sense or another but it's not really going to leave in in the wider sentence in that instead it's probably going to morph and evolve along with the broader macro environment. Yes and as i saying so much ends up coming down to this question. And i guess it's purely the case with the success of a lot of quan factors of whether we get a change in the macro determination and the macro situation doesn't seem to be so much about growth or recessions whatever but whether we change our the macaroni which is a central banks being so inclined to fight any any sort of volatility. You know sort of limited fiscal response like so many of our discussions. Come down to that including this question of whether the quantum factors work. Yeah i do think iniguez point on that the want investors rules-based investing strategies might not be that good at capturing sometimes erratic policy or unexpected policies by regulators Central banks in the government. I think that is actually a fair point. And we know that sell side analysts tend to be pretty bad political analyst. It's going to be really interesting. To see how the quantum world grapples with that because we do see this consensus emerging about government's taking on a broader role in the economy. Post cove. it. I guess the question is like how long can you wait like like you know you could say like okay. A lot of these strategies have done well since the great financial crisis. We're talking like twelve or thirteen years or ten or eleven years now. You know it's like that's a pretty big chunk of someone's career okay. Maybe we're waiting for like yeah when mean reversion y-. Yeah when i'm when i'm you know. Eighty five finally mean reversion is going to happen. I'm gonna make up for decades of underperformance like kind of a lot of faith. Yeah because i think will one day be like a new system but man like you know this kinda like kinda like find something that works in the meantime. Yeah actually i kind of feel bad. We should've asked about momentum strategies in that podcast which we didn't but we'll have to come back to it. I guess plenty more to talk. But yeah i have a feeling on whatever our next episode is it's gonna come back to the death of value investing or something similar For sure all right. Shall we leave it there. Let's leave it there okay. This has been another episode of the office. Podcast i'm tracy alloway Follow me on. Twitter at travec holloway. I'm joe weisenthal. You could follow me on twitter at the stalwart. Follow our producer. Laura carlson. she's at laura. Carlson follow the bloomberg head of podcast. Francesca levy at francesca. Today and check out oliver podcasts. At bloomberg under the handle at.
"aaron brown" Discussed on Odd Lots
"The market is now more systematic driven advantage. Being a we have before. But i d want to kind of reject the canonical view quantities. In how it's used in the market. I think there are three different levels to this. I'm no one point betrays. He mentioned Deployments apart funds this year Think that's actually excusable of given the high correlation a stocks in the market the tricky issue of the underperformance many strategies. I've lost a three years or more knots. Frankie hotted to explain a true some of the most new approaches in applied rather than just those exposure additional factors unlinked does inevitably the crash the value facts. May we can come back to some points. I'm introduction and weixin value is dead or not dead the to a- deepa questions to so one is around. The load of diversification strategies tend be diversified Intuitive ways one is a single security level on the fact level and the spent a really good reason for this because most quotes models were on average robin through high conviction and through tight. Risk control and so won't be diversified. I'm the problem is that diversification generally speaking is counted against funk performance in recent years. That's true not succumbs actually but full fundamental investors to some of that might well be temporary but if the declaration where real rights that held very low for a long time that might be more along concentration market. I'm the big issue. Is this a sump. Shen the future is going to be like. They cost on applying back tests to making future investment decisions. Now of course that's a really good way as Sets avoiding performing investment abused by shooting hit and it wouldn't want to advocate backs but equally the same time. I think that's an argument you made. That regime has changed. Cova dozen congress change. I struggled to see what would concerts even change. Now have you ve castle. in constantly. Overlaying discretion views on muddles amend be a systematic process has as troubled cost in many cases but equally. I think that there is evidence that casey regimes do change a very big way One particular aspect our policy response to inflation And how that affects the phones of things like the binding factor but also just mechanism of the interaction a macro forces policy. I mean i think we've been very used to a thirty year period. Where the main job cushioning. The business cycle technocrats essential. Central banks approaches Running initiatives on time. I think the future is very different. It's a blend of fiscal and monetary policy at blend is never to be has multicolored six in its own way. I'm is a mess. Your holiday forecast so not bomb. They'd be very careful about lying back tests onto the future. So there's clearly a ton to unpack their this for now on the the point about narrow leadership by mega caps and that being negative for want factors that basically focus on diversification or quant portfolios that focused on diversification. This is something that erin actually picked up in his response to your note inigo and he argued that were saying similar things back in the late. Nineteen ninety ister in the tech bubble. They were saying it was different this time and maybe investors should go out and just by the really hot tech stocks and of course we all know how that pans out so a aaron to begin with. Could you dig into that. That mega cap leadership point and how it relates to wants sure. Thanks tracy We may not get as a vibrant debate as you want most of the stuff i heard For go so far I agree with Not all of it and You know it's a little more nuance than the headline of his research. Piece yes We have technical layman in want finance for extended periods where the value factor underperforms and we call him bubbles The overvalued stuff gets more overvalued. The undervalued stuff gets even more ignored. But i do agree that this particular value drawdown or seeing really goes back to the financial crisis we have never in history and hundreds of years sina value. Draw down to this extent. And i am one of the ways i agree with Inigo is that I think the issue here is not in the numerator denominator whenever you look at a price. You're looking at a price know in dollars per share. The stock market hasn't changed fundamentally in ten years. The dollar has quantitative easing near zero interest rates. Massive fed purchases massive fiscal imbalances. I don't think those are i mean. Those are some of the reasons that we're that the dollar has become different. If you do value factors using everything and gold we find. Value is doing much better. I think that there is a fundamental going on and it is. The market is awakening to the possibility of extended periods of significant real rates. And that's causing a lot of repricing in the market and that makes the dollar a bad thing value a bad thing to use to measure value. So that's what i would say in going on there. I don't think we're in the mother of all bubbles in the sense that you're gonna make a huge amount of money shorting the snp hundred or buying puts. But i do think we could see a extended period five years ten years longer. A really mediocre Equity returns. I think that is the risk to investors more than an immediate crash so inigo i mean how much of this really is. Just a macro question in your view and this is again another thing that frequently comes up on our discussions with lots of different guests coming at the question from different sort of intellectual frameworks which is that As long as we are sort of in this mode where the only game in town or the only sort of entity that stabilizes the economy is the fed and the fed is sensitive to asset prices and doesn't want to draw down its cetera. How much of this is essentially. Nothing is going to work until we get out.
Boston - Sharing Enclosed Space Leads To ‘Massive Spread’ Of Coronavirus
"Two Schering enclosed spaces leads to massive spread of the corona virus that's according to UMass Dartmouth biologist Dr Aaron brown Maj WBZ TV reports he's written a blog post about the impact of air flow on the spread of covered nineteen and he hypothesizes that viral particles can spread far rather than six feet in the air streams a recent study out of China showed that one restaurant customer with covert nineteen I was able to spread the disease to four others at their table but then it was also spread to both tables on either side of the
10-year-old Boston girl struck by stray bullet expected to survive
"More details a ten year old girl inside her Roxbury home is struck by a stray bullet that came right through the wall this shot was fired from a neighboring apartment someone discharged a firearm and Aaron brown went through the wall instruct this ten year old Boston police commissioner William cross spoke to WBZ TV he had harsh words for the shooter here to shoot a ten year old girls go to jail for life the shooter took off before police arrived the girl was seriously injured but is expected to recover commissioner across he also expressed disapproval for the fact that the shots came from an apartment where a group of people were gathering at a time when people are advised to avoid large
Accused 3rd Ave. shooters plead not guilty; grandmother says suspect has 'a loving heart'
"The two accused gunman in last month's deadly downtown Seattle shoot out made their first court appearance yesterday couples gave Colin has more in this operation crime and justice reports William Toliver in marquees Tolbert finally stand in a Seattle courtroom for weeks after police say they opened fire at a rival gang member downtown killing tiny Jackson and wounding seven others find them and no he wants and bomb them no gain see Coleman is Tolliver's grandmother do you think he's guilty of these charges he's not you know man I know he's not a camera you have my lemon hard he now is going to hurt people police say Toliver fired first he and Colbert fled to Las Vegas where police arrested them ten days later third in pine a memorial still sits below a boarded up McDonald's window and officers are everywhere as part of STDs emphasis patrols they're moving an extra dozen officers down here daily along with the mobile precinct Aaron brown works on this block what do you think of the patrols I'm good you know I've been definitely is going to help clean up we have a lot of small businesses in the area and having foot patrols walking walking third line is really helpful on Blake he works with the downtown Seattle association city may cause for trolls permanent we love to see them as long as they can I know there's a very there's a shortage of S. PT officers in Seattle police spokesperson tells me they're quoting getting a lot of positive feedback about the patrols and there are no plans to end now they hope to keep this up long term by filling the hiring gas right now roughly sixty officer spots are taken we wanna make sure that we can police the city the way we need to place it in Seattle keep going como
"aaron brown" Discussed on The Final Lap
"His list of tracking went out and then it always seems like weird things happen to him and i thought it was like he passes by a bunch of farms and sees a bunch of pigs and then rises. He has bacon as a sponsor mom bacon so good. I heard eric on the walmart radio speakers the other day while i was shopping you did talking about smithfield. That's cool a few weeks ago. When they had the kyle kurt busch finish kentucky. They were all over the t._v.'s and the t._v. section at my walmart. Okay all right. I was thinking myself. You know if anybody knew and here. I actually talked eric merola. They'd be freaking out right now but oh my gosh. This guy's talked to the guy on the radio. That's right exactly hey checkered flag flying this show. We're just gonna rip it off like a band-aid. This has been the final ap weekly catches next right here where we will recap the racing at michigan and preview all yeah uh short track racing bristol under the lights and all the stories have between toby. You and i will chat next week. We will the most unequal distant equidistant racetrack and all the land bristol equidistant. I don't care what anybody says. That's a wrap another final lap. Weekly is in the books. The final lap weekly is hosted by kerry murphy along with tony christie proudly syndicated by united stations radio networks in new york city city executive producer kerry murphy kerry murphy sow designed by russell nash. I should audio director dot audio. I'm tom mode some tombo dot com. Thanks for listening. I don't know of the segment.
"aaron brown" Discussed on The Final Lap
"Not quite hey up next. We've got a driver talking. I don't know the title of the segment we'll find out next on the final quickly like us at facebook. Dot com slash the final lap final lap weekly getting you ready for this. Weekend's race my name kerry murphy his name toby christie show name aim the final lap weekly and time now for drivers say it's only one driver so don't get too excited and he only has one top five this season. We have just you know. The cream of the crop. Guests on the show. Here is we've had opportunities opportunities to to run top five and haven't capitalized on them but quite honestly we just haven't on on a consistent basis haven't been where we were last year. <hes> you look back a lot of the races and you know kevin kevin won nine races last year clint one three i think and and kurt one around this time last year at bristle. We were running one two three four a lot throughout races in the summer months you saw last weekend pocono at times gibbs. Were one two three or one two three four. We had that dominant says an organization last year. We don't have that right now. We just don't don't so. We're still working on it. Everybody's working really hard and and still trying to put all the pieces of puzzle together and i think we're collecting collecting more notes and more information and more data and and trying to put all that to us and continue to make our program better and so i'm very hopeful that as we go into these races coming up after we leave the glenn <hes> that will that will get on on pace where we need to be going into the playoffs although carry the drivers who have not won yet the season. He has the best average finish of them. All of course you'd have to put a positive spin on everything yeah. I mean come on man. He also is going to set up a set us up for for michigan here despite it being odd for him michigan's weird place for me because i in my mind i i feel like i run good there and i won. I want a truck racer <hes> years ago and and from that point four i've just always loved going to michigan <hes> my my wife's families from michigan and so i go to michigan was such a great attitude and i'm so happy about going to michigan and in my in my mind i really do. I feel like like i i run well there but then when you look at the results of the stats they don't they don't back up the way i feel about it so that's an interesting place for me but i feel like this past race earlier this year. We had a lot of speed. I think we qualified on the on the front row rain in the top five a lot of it there at the end of the race i went to restart where i restarted third and got loose in the middle of one and two and fell back to eleventh and immediately the caution came out and and then we had the next restart and i went from eleventh to fourteenth and i think iran the rest of the race and finished about their fourteen fifteen something like that so i. I feel like that was just circumstantial. I feel like we had a top five car there at michigan and didn't didn't execute and things didn't go our way with the restarts and i didn't get the result adult okay. There's your one driver saying what i don't know said some. What's maybe something useful. I don't know so. I didn't listen to the clip just now why was michigan odd for him. It's just a weird track for me. He just admits it's not you know on his list of tracking went out and then it always seems like weird things happen to him and i thought it was like he passes by a bunch of farms and sees a bunch of pigs and then rises. He has bacon as a sponsor mom bacon so good. I heard eric on the walmart radio speakers the other day while i.
"aaron brown" Discussed on The Final Lap
"They're not really cool but really weird truck series news during dora sheldon create who's running trying to get into the playoffs playoff so he needs a win to get in at this point well during practice. He loses a ballast on on his truck. He goes flying across the track. Several people hit it damage their trucks so yeah you expect there's many penalties mother were three crewmembers for sheldon creed have been suspended for the next three races. His crew chief car chief leave and engineer <hes> have all been suspended so sheldon creeds gonna win this week in michigan to work his way in the play offs. It's gonna come at some pretty big adversity. That is wild wild stuff right there. Yeah three crew guy's suspended for three weeks. That's a long time. They did something wrong yeah. Obviously they need to make sure those ballots are secured next time. That's a very dangerous thing by the way you've got a huge chunk of steel <hes> fly across the track lead and steel and you've got to make sure that that <hes> that stuff secured that can definitely injured or worse anybody who goes flying through the air and the grandstands anything like that so pretty serious matter. I guess <hes> nascar is not happy about that. No definitely don't seem like they are too. Please but that's that's kind of the betting. That's the overall <hes> newsweek chris dot com. That should speed yeah. I'm glad to see <hes> had <hes> discount tire. I actually use them. I like them. They're not sponsoring show or anything. I just i. I liked them there. That's a good solid company. They are i mean they don't ever harass you and you come in with with any kevin issue with your tire. They're they're always easy to work with and and you get free rotations whether you bought the car or you bought the tires from them or not yeah and free <hes> free air fills and free a free. It's pretty close to free patching service to. I think it's maybe like ten bucks or something. It's pretty cheap at depends. Sometimes i've gotten out of there for free so so <hes> you know and i bought my neck attires from them so that's probably their goal inside. I've actually been a customer. There's time to as funny as it is so maybe they should sponsor the show. I i think they should. I have nothing bad to say about them unlike most other companies that's true this first time so they should come on board yeah. I've seen you talk crap about even the nicest of company. I got nothing bad to say about them. I've had positive experiences over and over again. We might end up with a sponsor your discount tire if you're listening or america's tire either one either one pretty much the same <hes> all right. Let's talk michigan. Ah the backyard of at least a couple of the manufacturers and so we're we're talking michigan international speedway m s race number twenty three of thirty six so it's the second time we're going back there. Yes ford and chevy backyard. <hes> in toyota is predominantly made in america now too yeah but not michigan no but there's a lot of texas and kentucky kentucky yeah exactly so <hes> so the fords and chevys are looking to do good <hes> with their headquarters somewhat nearby keywords for this weekend include blazing fast fuel mileage five wide racing and usually there's very few cautions all those bhan examples of of either yeah definitely this has been a very fast track in recent years after the repave <hes> two mile oval california with just a little bit more banking and at at least for me when i drive on the video games. It does seem to help a little bit that banking yeah so if anybody's ever driven i._r._a. Singer anything either one of these two tracks. You'll understand it auto club speedway. They definitely have to let off and it's a lot more finesse through the turns. <hes> bet michigan <hes> you can kind of it sweeps a little better you get a little more speed and momentum through the turns earns yep <hes> who knows what we'll do this new package for these guys. I don't know what they're doing with the new package but under the old stuff it was pretty they're they're very big. Differences in the two tracks eighteen degrees of banking is what we're talking about. The front stretches thirty six hundred feet which is pretty long actually <hes> backstretch twenty to forty two so unfortunately not equidistant <music> bummer..
"aaron brown" Discussed on The Final Lap
"Everybody felt good about and you know we could do more shop than we could run into car so <hes> and then we get along for class records up there at that event with it right out of the the box very cold out there somebody on site to <hes> validates the record out the east coast association. They have three events a year at arkansas and they're. They're very tight very close with the southern california timing association this burst event with the southern california time they association were. We're gonna my personal goal is. I'd like to break the record by twenty miles an hour so i i'd like to go to seventy four whether that will happen then or not. I i don't know but we're going out there. Just <hes> you know it's a two year program with this car and we're going to go out there and just get comfortable and and see what kind of speed we got because you learn so much each of it. There's no sense in really pushing the outer limit and taryn stuff up until you're ready to reach that next next level and and that's kind of you know we just wanna go into it really humble and and see what we have. That's our gotcha now. You mentioned rouch machine. Is he going to be there or there's going to be monitoring the situation. I'm sure there'll be a few people there to be talking to mr rouse and and and mr mr doug gates and a couple of other people. That's been still helpful to the entire program very cold. I'll be honest and you taste the salt. Oh yeah i did. That was the very first time when we did the first stock car. We did out there. I'd never even even been to bonneville and you know we got this big project and went out. There and i had no club never been to utah. Getting first thing i did like stepped onto salt was pasted you got to do that. I wonder how it is with cooking. I bet it's pretty tasty. We might try that this time see how that works so get some t. bones and throw some salt on there and then you got yourself some speedy speedy steak dead yeah that'd be great. That's what we're looking for all right outside of <hes> breaking records <hes> going fast and doing all that kind of stuff. You're also crew chief. Your watkins glen on this past weekend. <hes> what were you what which car we're doing. Is that something that's as a passion of yours as well well. It's it's a really good friend of mine. He'd lives up here upstate new new york and <hes> he he wanted he started we build him some vintage cup cars and he wanted to move up the ladder a little bit so we built him a cayenne car and bob powell lofty and we've raised up here last year and we're you know we went home worked on our car some and came back this year and he's pretty comfortable or i practice went really well for us and you know our whole strategy. Here is to run the first half of the race as a practice. We get that five minute break and we're gonna make few adjustments. Turn loose you know for that second half of the races and chips fall his name is aaron brownies looking for the record for the land speed record in a nascar stock car dr <hes>. He's hoping to go to sixty four point nine miles per hour. I appreciate the time and <hes> let's get back to java crew chief and thanks so much for being on the final lap well. I really appreciate you taking the time to talk to us about bonneville program and and everything else we're doing and and i hope you guys and all your listeners have a great day. We'll keep an eye on what you're doing. Yes yes sir. Thank you mike us at facebook. Dot com slash the final lap like us final lap weekly as back. Here's your host kerry harry murphy and toby christie just a couple of guys talking race in murphy. His name is toby. Christiaan college entire program the final laugh weakly and <hes>. Let's get into some news of the week brought to you by toby christie.
"aaron brown" Discussed on The Final Lap
"So what about the car is it completely stock outside of the parachutes out the back completely stock and we run stock car tires goodyear talk our tires same tires they run talladega <hes> the radios <hes> which is part of the deal to be a legitimate stockcar. The body is completely stock. As it came from rows fenway erasing <hes> we had the parachutes extra fire bottle few safety things that they require. We had to put a fire system for the engine compartment because bonneville the five mile marker. It's going to take quite a while for fire truck to get to <laughter> they. They require they require people extra safety think of course the parachutes and that's pretty much a standard standard cup car. What is it about bonneville salt flats that makes it fast and that's where you guys go to do. <music> this thing well for me. It's personal of i grew up beside bobby isaac sister and bobby. She's the tell stories about bobby when he went to the salt and that always struck me as being one of the coolest things that anybody's ever done was dakar in nineteen ninety eight. She passed away in two days before she passed away. She asked if bobby's records ever fell on the salt. Well we go back and get him for the family and that's what we did. In two thousand seven is the record did ed ball two to twenty six and we built that dog and went out there and went to forty four and and and got that record back for the family and so it's more personal for me so you know to be a part of that legendary family and and kind of walk in in footsteps <hes> you know history and what men did back then and women and and things i like that. How do you personally as a driver. Prepare for something like this after driving the thirty nine you know our ford pickup truck so small. It's almost like you wear it and after i got in the cup car the thirty nine really prepared me for the cup cars at a lot more room. It's just bigger in the cage. Did you just more comfortable in the car. So right there you know when you get in the car and you're comfortable and you're not thinking about you know the seat don't fit or you know the roll cages gauges real tight and cost phobic but <hes> you know i feel really comfortable in the car and and hopefully go good for us and i can build up some confidence where we can get real speedo towards the end of the week at speedway. That was my next question. Are you going to do some some practice runs or is it <hes> that i run as kind of golden because it's it's. It's ready to go well. I think what we're going to do is we're going to kind of ease into it because we got some travel things to look at. We don't want to offer that split into the salt and blow the front nose cap off off of it so you know so. We're going to kind of ease into it. On the short course we're geared up for that and we can make i. I feel pretty confident. We can make some <hes> two hundred mile. An hour plus plus runs on the short course get a feeling what the car feels like at a high r._p._m. With a lower speed and <hes> you know start knocking gear out of it get on long course and the cars is gonna kind of. Tell us what it wants. <hes> you know to go faster and faster each time just <hes> when we tested at arkansas mile away unloaded off the trailer to three and the track was really bumpy and we weren't real happy with two oh three and we got the work on the suspension and in five runs later we were just at the bottom of to seventeen just off suspension adjustments and <hes> you know we decided at that point because bobby's record was to sixteen point nine four salt and we ran to sixteen point eight nine on the mile <hes> just figured i wasn't going to beat bobby that day and we put a trailer and came home with a really good carpet..
"aaron brown" Discussed on The Final Lap
"Safety. Clean performance plus approached us last year about doing project at bonneville to go out and see if we could up the russ wicks is record to forty four point nine and so we put together rouse fenway two thousand eighteen ford fusion <hes> rouse yates engines <hes> couple really good partners came on board dom tar and global canine bell helmets and modern really good resourceful people for us and we kept the that car back in april at the arkansas mile and the very first competitive pass it made in the competition. It got into two hundred mile an hour club. I've been set the record for circle track cars at two hundred nine miles an hour. I think that one was in the standing mile and then by the end of the weekend a quake down a little bit and got it up to to sixteen point nine so you think you can get <hes> get this thing up to two forty four dot nine or ten now yeah i mean there's so there's so much that goes into that. I mean definitely the ralph sheets horsepower morale fenway car we we had the car in wind tunnel a couple of weeks ago. The numbers are real good. I saw that simulation models yeah the ray simulated models look real good. <hes> i mean personally we we just wanna get comfortable in the car and get get it going down the salt real good and <hes> we'll drop the hammer on it towards the end of the week and i'd like to see up to fifty. Thanks quite capable. So what about the car is it completely stock outside of the parachutes out the back completely stock and we run stock car tires goodyear talk our tires same.
"aaron brown" Discussed on The Final Lap
"Totally really into it so yeah good stuff good stuff now. I have to admit i've had my first hard drive crash think since two thousand four wow i had one of my original regional final app hard drives die on me and it died on me right after i recorded this interview. Were you nervous about not having record i couldn't i couldn't recover cover my side of the file. I got like fifty percent of it. So the first half of the interview my voice sounds amazing. The second half of the interview is coming from from a cheesy iphone. Mike what a bummer you could've re recorded your end of it too lazy. Andrew not good like me can't replicate those skills yet so you have done that in the past and and to great success. You're definitely good that that my hat's off to you yeah so this is like behind the scenes. People don't know that yeah. There's lots of interviews from the past i actually record by hi my side of things right yeah. They don't even know they haven't complained. They haven't known about it but i'm just being honest. <hes> it sounds okay and the latter half of the interview. I just don't feel like we re recording hoarding it. Sorry sorry aaron. Brown carried it and feel like going the extra effort for you know. That's not at all got a lot on my plate right. Now i know next. Week's interviews abused not recorded yet but i do have it secured are doing enough is enough okay. I think it is this. I'm pretty sure it's secure enough. We'll have sean mcghee of sean. Mcghee designs okay s._m._d. Racing they paint nascars and stuff so were were <hes>. I don't wanna say upgrading but we're changing. I mean from helmets to the actual cars. Yes i mean you know nothing wrong with stanford. Dump it all. He does something cool. This guy also that something cool and there are two really cool guys <hes> that'd be awesome to see <hes> shawn's <hes> side of things as well. We need to get like fire suit designers shoe designers device designers and and glove designers. Yeah like juniors bones design. I mean that wasn't too hard probably him. He designed it right. I'm who knows man anyhow <hes>. Let's get into watkins glen they <hes> from what i understand. They were turning not only left this time. They were turning right as well. They threw that into the mix yeah they chose to do that. I don't know why they they altered things this time around kind of weird. I love this track. I love the racing. It provides vides. I wish they would go there twice. A year and what's funny is it was a hell of race and i don't think through a pass for the lead on green flag action during the actual race and it was still really erase. It was kind of very formula one. Ask it was except for there was more action. It seemed it did seem that way. That's the thing i it's after you. Point that out. It was like oh well. I guess there wasn doesn't but <hes> good stuff. Let's run down ten to one kurt busch at number ten a road course ace. I guess if you will yeah he's one of the guys at these tracks. I'm sure he usually pencils himself itself in for a little bit better than tenth but <hes> tenth he'll take it brad kazlauskas out too shabby either. He's there at number nine and kyle larson i. I don't think he hit a wall did he. <hes> you know kinda hard. There weren't many walls. There's a lot of <hes> guardrail. Well guard rails catch fences. You know chicane stuff yeah. This is one of the more challenging tracks and he didn't say anything. How did he do that yeah so hats off to him. That's cool kevin harvick complaint on the radio. He's not as fast as j._r. Hendrick cool in the sky is blue matt benedetto. All one of your guys is right here at number six fourth top ten this season he is going to just. He's going to keep that job for a long time. He's he's really proving himself. If he keeps it up he will definitely here's a fun stat for on.
"aaron brown" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Aaron brown is a magician or at least it's tempting to call him one though he would say he is absolutely nothing of the sort so the moment a live streaming on your hands like this not yet concealing the objects in Oregon but don't make up your mind yet which I'm gonna put into it because I would attempt to influence this decision for you there's no magic in his performances as brown tells it it's all psychology when you bring your hands out in a minute I will say that the hand on the side are you don't need to believe me I'm just telling you that I'll say left I want to put in the right the fifty Bucks for this last one look psychology experiment from illusionist Derren brown left left all right and we'll hear from Maggie Gyllenhaal about her role on the deuce as candy a porn performer turned director that's all ahead on the New Yorker radio live from NPR news in Washington I'm Nora Raum at least sixty three people were killed in a bombing at a wedding reception in the Afghan capital Kabul nearly two hundred others were injured no one has claimed responsibility and the Taliban denied carrying out last night's attack maybe season rush coach because more on witnesses served a suicide bomber detonated explosives inside the picture ID to buy a wedding reception hold in the west of Kabul pictures on social media show a woman screaming outside the horde many of the injured have been taken to a local hospital earlier this month fourteen people died in a huge truck bomb blast outside the police station in Kabul which was claimed by the Taliban the rebel group has been engaged in talks with the United States and dissect to be close to a D. but that hasn't stopped the violence enough constante the baby season arrest Koscheck reporting president trump is denouncing congresswoman refuted to leave for canceling a trip to the Israeli occupied west bank the Democrat from Michigan said Israel was insisting on oppressive conditions meant to humiliate her NPR's Daniel Estrin reports from Tel Aviv Congress woman were she to tell even L. hunt Omar are critics of Israel's policies toward the Palestinians and they were scheduled to visit the region this weekend that president trump said he wanted to see Israel ban them and Israel debt then to leave accepted an Israeli offer to visit her elderly grandmother in the west bank on the condition that you wouldn't advocated boycott of Israel during her trip Palestinian activists protest at her accepting Israel's conditions and to lead backed out of the trip trump tweeted that she'd acted obnoxiously and said the only real winner here is to leaves grandmother she doesn't have to see her now meanwhile Congress woman Omar disputed an Israeli claim that she and to leave hadn't asked for meetings with Israeli officials for their trip Omar said she was planning on meeting Israeli lawmakers and security officials Daniel Estrin and news Tel Aviv hundreds of far right protesters and anti fascist counter protestors swarm downtown Portland Oregon yesterday please close bridges and streets to try to keep the two groups apart at least thirteen people were arrested police chief Daniel outlaw says at least six people were injured we know if six fourth events involving officers there was one instance where it also deployed pepper balls the other instances involve take downs or control against resistance she says officers were not responsible for the injuries a thirty six year old man was arraigned in Philadelphia yesterday on multiple charges including attempted murder he's accused of shooting six police officers during a standoff with police that began Wednesday lasted more than seven hours he surrendered after police used tear gas Philadelphia police commissioner Richard Ross is a maze no one was killed since the suspect had fired more than one hundred rounds this is NPR news from Washington anti government protesters are planning another major rally in Hong Kong today they've demonstrated for the past eleven weeks demanding democratic reforms and the ouster of the Beijing backed leader Sudan's military leaders and civilian opposition coalition have sealed a power sharing deal after protracted negotiations NPR's of Phoebe quizstar can reports officials hope the agreement will lead to a peaceful transition and democratic elections the constitutional deal signed by the Sudanese military and leaders of the pro democracy protests is meant to pave the way for a transitional government after years of dictatorship and repression the accord follows eight months of demonstrations which swept up long serving president or my husband and but she had to be replaced by the ministry African and Arab leaders witness the declaration two months after a brutal military crackdown in protest as the deal ushers in a civilian come military sovereign council and elections within three years many Sudanese welcome the agreement many others questioned the sincerity of general Mohamed hummed and humidity that Gallo widely considered students most powerful man who has pledged to abide by the deal or Fabio Costa NPR news the world wildlife conference is underway in Geneva representatives from one hundred eighty three nations meet every three years to discuss how best to protect vulnerable species the United Nations reports that more than a million species of plants and animals.
Where all the 2020 Democratic candidates stand on health care
"It's a top priority for Democrats in twenty twenty but the party is so divided founded on it healthcare now. The Litmus test is Democrats are preparing for the big C._N._N.. Debate and five days Sanjay Gupta is out front. They have different ideas and how to get there but the same central message health care is a human right. Rights access to health care should be a right. It's time for this country to make quality affordable healthcare a right and not a privilege better cheaper healthcare. It's a challenge no matter where you are on the political spectrum I I think people are really frustrated with the current healthcare system Aaron Brown A. Health Law expert at Georgia state says the system has fundamental flaws. It's really the worst consumer experience and we pay a lot for it. The United States it has the most expensive healthcare in the world around three and a half trillion dollars a year people should not be forced into financial rune into bankruptcy for what reason because someone in the family became ill in two two thousand sixteen his was alone voice but many Democrats are now getting in line behind Bernie Sanders who has long called for a single payer system. I'm with Bernie on Medicare for all so then. How does this plan differ from what Senator Sanders is is proposing? I think that they're very similar. In a single payer system. Everyone would be automatically enrolled in a government run health care program like Medicare would cover doctors visits hospitalizations but also hearing aids dental goal and vision. These candidates say there'd be some copays for brand name prescription drugs but a sort of litmus test is starting to take shape question is will a single payer system also eliminate private insurance as we know it who here would abolish their private health insurance in favor of a government run plan at the democratic debates in June only Senator Sanders and Harris along with Warren and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio raise their hands Harris later later said she had misinterpreted the question who has their employer based insurance can keep in the former vice president. Joe Biden doesn't envision a system without private insurance and he is leading the charge on the public option. Perhaps no surprise Biden wants to expand obamacare in a public option. Everyone would have the option to buy a medicare
"aaron brown" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Aaron brown is a minor skirmish it is weird though and babies and thank god it's not then they'd be out babies but they could cause some damage depending on proximity as well much more coming up Rick Armstrong's son of Neil Finn join us in a moment they have some sixty talking breaking news by the way thanks to Jim catering to presidency EEO at San Diego where in space museum right get through I'm chairman of the board but then he had the team do all the working at the heavy lifting and of the whole museum team putting together kind of at the last minute this special screening of the Smithsonian movie about Apollo eleven Saturday night and frankly we thought there'd be a couple of hundred people maybe the show up we had close to a thousand people there if you were down there you know how much fun that was with this big screen we had a couple of movies or a one a sort of a preview whether the beginning days a space program up to Apollo eleven and then the new Smithsonian the day we went to the moon and it was just it for lack of a better word phenomenal it was a specially amazing it was like a community atmosphere the people are all coming together they came early museum open at six PM on Saturday and their snacks and popcorn and they'll refreshments and people are just roaming through the museum and looking at the real Apollo nine it was just so much fun and and for any of us who were around I was as a very small child back on July twentieth nineteen sixty nine but it it reminded most of us who were around then of that we're people just stopped what they were doing they gathered everybody got along nobody was talking really politics other than how politicians and screw up the next funding for the next exploration however it was refreshing it was inspirational some of the people who built atlas rockets for the tomahawk cruise missiles came and said Hey I was listening to a radio or site okay was on TV or whatever a Saturday morning this inspired to come in and do this so we had a huge number of people and then the various points like when when the old says with him buzz Landis's tranquillity base your the eagles landed the crowd erupted in cheers just like it was nineteen sixty nine it and it just gave me chills and it does thinking about that that's the kind of experience is not just well that was interesting got together it was just nice and quiet watched mobile one home it really replicated that we're probably going to some other events like that that that capture that reignites are a lot of young people there showed up and said this is what it's like it's cool let's do more that's the point Cheney aware in space museum check space our greatest adventure that's open all the time two missed out there the other night go back again you may want to do that get the Balboa park explore pass and go as often as you like is it fifteen other great attractions in the park San Diego aerospace museum Balboa park online at San Diego air and space dot org.
Emantic Bradford Jr: Alabama man 'shot in back' by police 3 timesoo
"An independent autopsy shows an Alabama man who was mistake. Finley killed by police on thanksgiving night, we shot three times from behind lawyer Benjamin Crump says it shows Eman tick EJ FitzGerald Bradford junior shot in the back of the head neck and the lower back at a mall in Hoover police thought the twenty one year old Bradford was the gunman in a shooting when officers fatally shot him police later retracted their statement and identified twenty year old Aaron Brown as the actual shooter crumbs does forensic evidence suggests the Bradford was moving away from officers. He said, you're not a threat when you're running away
Alabama mall Thanksgiving shooting suspect finally arrested
"A suspect in the Alabama mall shooting is now in custody. US marshals arresting a twenty year old suspect in the Atlanta area yesterday Aaron Brown is charged with attempted murder for the thanksgiving shooting at the river case Galleria in Hoover, Alabama police shot and killed a young black man at the mall that day. But later said he wasn't actually the gunman.
"aaron brown" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Paul Wellstone. We all do better when we all do better in the five days. I spent in Minnesota eight four people told me that exact same quote from former Minnesota Senator Paul Wellstone. We all do better when we all do that. I don't know if that's a Minnesota nice thing. Washington should take notes remarks 'cause we all can agree to disagree, but agree on a lot of stuff and cover a lot of grown make headway. And we even though we were at a brewery, nobody needed to be drinking to do it. At the end of the conversation, everyone shook hands just like at the end of a hockey game, and some people stayed behind especially the people who disagreed the most just to keep talking. All right. We're back now in the studios of Minnesota public radio in Duluth, I'm here with Aaron Brown, who's a local political blogger and a former democratic campaign manager. And that group told me they were pretty fed up with all the outside political influence in this district this year, that's right and liberal and conservative people have lived alongside each other for decades in this district. And now the conversations that they have with each other. Instead of that conversation, we hear that are happening around what these negative ads are telling people to talk about it. It's changed a local issues electorate into one that's much more partisan and divided. And that's creating a lot of unease and really discussed with the system Aaron Brown is a liberal political blogger in Minnesota's eighth district. Thanks, erin. This is NPR news. In Florida people with felony convictions who want to gain back the right to vote sometimes have to go in front of the governor and ask I moved to grant denied number eight. This is paddock. Now, the state might pass an amendment that could get rid of these hearings and give voting rights back to those with felony convictions. That's this afternoon on all things considered from NPR news. Join.
"aaron brown" Discussed on No Agenda
"Okay hold on a second what's what's his jokes name what's his name aaron brown sha something he says the twenty three people and these these twenty three people now have been taken to some level you know some some height the pantheon of twenty three people and apparently except the couple of says none of them were ever contact well a couple of were he keeps backing off half of this stuff to not ever contact well couple of more but who are these people that they'd be contacted in the first place he says they're veterans of some sort that maybe they moved onto other things could be janitors for all we know but you know somebody's bitchy i can't believe this luckily that the asian guy who's on pbs newshour is was not happy with this guy's performance brown cut them off brown was vetted as it's jared j e r o g there was sherrod vetted as a potential vice presidential running mate for hillary clinton in two thousand sixteen choice ultimately came down to brown and tim kaine who was selected as clinton's running mate yeah would came for gay so it was better brown one of bernie sanders closest allies in the us senate endorse clinton and campaign for her prior to the 2016 democratic primary in ohio washington monthly suggested that as a potential presidential candidate in twenty twenty brown could unite the establishment and progressive wings of the democratic party there you go he's ramping up hey.
"aaron brown" Discussed on Chat With Traders
"Chat with tried his episode one hundred and fifty is brought to you by the awardwinning online broker trade station tried station clients have direct access to stocks ats futures and options using one integrated trading platform which has many professional grade features to help you better analyze and tried markets learn more about trade station their friendly pricing structure and open an account at tried station dot com slash tried is market speculation and risk this is the chat with traders podcast hosted by aaron fifield haitain what is up welcome to episode one hundred and fifty this is pot two of my interview with aaron brown and i dare say this might be better than the first if you happen to miss pot one that's like it's not like this episode wind makes sense you'll be able to follow along just justfallen and if you would like to hear pot one still you can go to chat with tried his dot com slash one four nine and the charlotte smith this episode can be found at chat with tried his dot com slash one five zero are now just to refresh your memory arron brown is a very we'll respected risk manager he's worked in the field of risk management for approximately 30 years and notably for the past decade aaron was the risk manager of iq are i two hundred billion dollar corned fund succumbing up on this episode pottery you gangs and deepen sought to how you can better understand and manage risk for yourself we go over questions traders should be asking themselves how to leave a less money on the table high win right verse low when rights strategies black swans killing opportunity while trying to how to prevent disaster and that's certainly not oh i must say a truly enjoy this conversation i think this so much she can take away from it and are also locked how erin pushed back on a couple of my questions which i guess somewhat miss the point sorry it was good of him to redirect the lawn of conversation to focus on more appropriate wise of a take your lighting risk anyway let's get on with a shower now harry's part two of a lesson in risktaking with erin.