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Fresh "Berman" from Tony Katz and the Morning News
"Linda Stolz food's disappeared, is already charged with kidnapping and criminal homicide. Americans listening to Bach's name Lucky three w Y PC mobile news on the level on the go track will look a lot less empty this year. Mostly clear sky 35 degrees on Monument Circle. I'm Sean Herrick for Bill Estes. Ford. Here's What's trending at 602 about 35,000 fans will be allowed in at the 105th running of the Indianapolis 500. If that holds up that stands to be the highest attendance sporting of it in the U. S, and potentially the largest enclosed gathering of people since the beginning of the covert 19 pandemic early last year, one restriction that still remains no concerts this year at carved a legend's day or for the snake pit. For more information on tickets go toe I AMs dot com Ah, bit of advice, though. If you're wanting to go to the race, everybody Vaccinated, so we're encouraging. You were not requiring you, but we're encouraging. If you have a chance to vaccinate whether you're in California, or whether you're here in Indiana or anywhere else before you come to the end enough smarts to be a way we want you to get that done. Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Dog Bowls says they will, however, be strict about you wearing a mask the entire time that you're at the speedway more than 28,000 Hoosiers got fully vaccinated Wednesday, the Indiana Department of Health says more than 1.6 million people in Indiana. Are now fully vaccinated. The budget deal awaiting a final vote today includes Indiana's first ever attacks on E cigarettes. Eric Berman reports, the House and Senate had floated an extra 10% sales tax on the liquids. But the final bill Jackson up to 15% prepackaged cartridges, like Jule are tax a 25% at the wholesale level. Not that because say the plan meets their goal of a tax rate comparable to the rate on traditional cigarettes. Eric Berman 93 that Will you IBC Mobile? Me. The Indiana Pacers snapped a three game losing streak Wednesday, thanks in part to the play of Carousel Avert Avert wasting little time on the counter attack. He comes in right side lays it in, and he's fouled a chance for a three point play for Caris Levert. I had the Pacers pushed the lead back to three. But call for Mark Boil on 93 5 and one of 75. The fan will avert had 28 points.
Fresh update on "berman" discussed on The Daily Mash-Up
"Three w Y PC Mobile news on the level on the go. Will you be at the greatest spectacle in racing this year? I'm Rod Connick. Here's what's trending this hour. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway has set a capacity limit for this year's Indy 500 Annapolis Motor Speedway has announced it will allow up to 40% capacity for this year's Indy 500. That's approximately 135,000 people at the track on May 30th. There will still be a carb day that includes practice, but there will not be carved a legend's day or snake pit concerts. Fans who don't currently have Indy 500 tickets and want to attend can apply online and I m s dot com General admission tickets will not be sold on race day. Madison McGill 93, WNBC Mobile News, Pinsky, Entertainment president and CEO Mark Miles says he's excited to have fans back and we forecast before our extra efforts. Throughout May. That's something approximating 60% of the fans in the stands are likely to be vaccinated, and I hope that we can push that up or I, AMs does say all fans will still be required to wear a mask at the track at Old times. Even if you are vaccinated, legislators have voted to end Indiana's experiment with taking over underperforming schools, Eric Berman reports 2012 Law allowed the state to bring in a private operator for schools, which received EPS for six straight years in India. His report card. The state took that step with four schools in Indianapolis and Gary, But the last of those schools was returned to local control last year. The legislators say the idea just didn't work. Eric Berman, 93 WNBC Mobile news on the level on the go on double the IBC calm now the forecast from the American Standard Cooling Weather Center. Freeze Warning remains in effect for our area. They're 10 a.m. dry to start your day and sunshine back in the forecast by afternoon, helping temperatures to warm to the mid fifties. I'm storm track. A chief meteorologist actually Brown on 93 w ibc Kid.
Indiana Extends Needle Exchange Authority to 2026
"Extension for Indiana's needle exchange programs. Eric Berman report signed counties have programs or addicts can exchange used needles for clean ones currently expires next year. Legislators have been to extend it to 2026. The programs began as a way to stop the spread of HIV and hepatitis of Mental Health. America of Indiana Vice President Brandon George says they connect addicts to brought her health services people that don't normally get touched and giving them a bunch. Of services that just happens to include syringes, George says those who take part have been five times more likely to enter treatment.
Top paid Los Angeles lifeguards earn up $392,000 annually
"In Los Angeles County earned 392,007 lifeguards earn more than 300,000. And 82 made more than 200,000. Good job by. You know, Joe, I don't think the job description is sit around looking at all the beautiful women out there. I think you have to save a few lives. From time to time. I would hope to keep your eye on the water. And there's some weird looking
Ben Silverman - Ececutive Producer of The Office
"How did you discover the uk version of the office. I was at my friend. Henrietta conrad's house. I was not an agent. I had left being an agent where i had found everything from who wants to be a millionaire to cracker queer as folk and had translated them into america as the packaging agent and i laughed. Backed by barry diller to start my own company called rally and i had just begun reveling in win over to london for a work trip and was staying at my friend. Henrietta conrad's house and we were watching television. And i was literally flipping the channels and i came on to the office. This is episode one or two okay of the uk season one office. Wow and i was watching it. I wondering if it was for comedy or for real than quickly recognized what it was doing single camera no laugh track faux documentary with people who felt real and i kept watching and started laughing. And it's really hard to make me laugh. And i was falling in love with the show in that moment and then i started thinking about it the next day in the morning and i asked henrietta if she knew ricky gervais as and she said no but her friend dan. Mazer did and we organized and had dinner with dan that night. Which are twenty four hours after you after you see it for the first time on television. You're having dinner with someone who could get you to ricky. Yes and additionally. I also wanted to be with dan. Dan was sasha baron. Cohen's partner allergy was on television. Was allie ardor your then no in the uk okay. But i'm with dan mazer yep. Dan is lovely brilliant in his own. Right and i start peppering questions about the office. And he gives me ricky cell phone number and so the next day. I call ricky around eleven o'clock in the morning and introduce myself on the phone and say i'd love to meet you. Are you in town. He goes actually. Yes me in soho at the starbucks this afternoon and i coordinate a meeting and i spent an hour with ricky talking about the office and very quickly we got along because we both love television and he truly was making me laugh even in those moment right over over the coffee at starbucks and so he clearly had chosen the location of the starbucks because he then says to me oh good news. My agent is right around the corner. Let's go meet with them so it was almost like he met me confirmed. I was okay roy. Conversation was interesting and then we walked over and met with dunkin' as his agent. And then duncan and i began a three month process to secure the rights. And it wasn't until dunkin. Help me unlock it. All that i realized. Both the bbc and ricky controlled the rights. I needed ricky and stephen merchant to actually get it done and agitate to get it done otherwise. It was never going to get done. Got it so you you deal with the bbc. And you deal with ricky steven. You have this partnership in place and where do you go into the united states. I immediately start making phone calls and saying. Are you aware of the show the office. Do you know what it is. Do you think it would interest you. And this is probably now a month after are so run. The show has started to gain buzz. It's aired its cycle in the uk. Its initial six episodes and so it has an awareness. Now it's a thing right not a big thing but to anyone in england it in the television industry. You're aware so. I'm i'm back at the states reaching out to people one of the incredible things about hollywood which was a huge advantage for me to do. Well was that people in hollywood are pretty insular and don't like to travel. They think you need a passport to get from burbank to beverly hills. That is travel and so many people at this time in american television had no clue connection about anything beyond la. Right and only one exac at the time knew what i was talking about was a guy named nick grad. Who worked at fx and he knew what the show was and he loved the show. Kevin riley was running fx. At the time. I'd gone to less mooned us he passed. I went to gail berman. She passed immediately. Didn't get it. Hbo said we'll never do a remake. They clearly have altered that thinking that that time they were like. We won't do a format and showtime wasn't doing shows like this right. I didn't go to abc. 'cause i just knew it wasn't abc. Right and i was starting to tease. Nbc with it and kevin than got named the head of nbc. And i bring it up to him. And i say would you wanna do it here and kevin says absolutely little. Did he know he was actually my only buyer that time. He was the only one right who wanted everyone else. All of television everyone else had passed. Now are you in kevin's like let's do it. Like let's let's make it. You know i'll give you a pilot movement and then kevin's boss though. Who is very involved in his life. Jeff zucker didn't really like it that much because it was his single camera. Nola back injury. I got it like it was a hard pill for them to swallow. I was also like they didn't want the game show back in prime time when i brought millionaire. Everyone thought that was cheesy. Daytime like no no. This will change. Tv know you gotta look at it from how to push the genre and pushed the envelope. So that you can expand versus always play for defense right and i was like this is another level and this is potentially transformative of television and with that can come great great
12 Republican state attorneys general sue President Biden over climate change order
"A dozen republican state attorneys general are suing president biden over an executive order on climate. Change jeeze contend. The president overstepped his authority by unilaterally declaring the values for the social costs of greenhouse gases. The suit is led by missouri's schmidt who said in the statement in part quote from higher energy bills to lost jobs. This massive expansion of federal regulatory power has the potential to impact nearly every household in this state expenses. Blake berman at the white house. Meantime three democratic senators proposing a fee on methane emissions from oil and gas production beginning in the year. Two thousand twenty.
Royal treatment: Meghan Markle, Prince Harry detail racism, suicidal thoughts in Oprah tell-all
"What oprah stands and the royals refuse to learn about twenty first century celebrity by judy berman. Tell me what your intention is. I'll tell you what my intention is. And let's see if we can align those. Two that oprah explained monday on cbs. This morning is what she says to everyone she interviews before the cameras start rolling in this case she was of course referring to the conversation with prince harry and meghan markle the duchess of sussex that filled a two hour primetime slot on the network the previous evening. The special drew seventeen point. One million american viewers in early ratings that as deadline pointed out adding up to a larger audience than last week's golden globes and september's emmys combined while oprah's collaborative approach to shaping interviews. Has its limitations. You wouldn't want to see an investigative reporter compare objectives with the subject of a damning expose. It proved to be a singularly effective way into the ongoing harry and meghan saga. The couple broke their dignified silence about their reasons for stepping down a senior royals and leaving the uk in an equally dignified special that riveted viewers revealed troubling new details about behind the scenes machinations at buckingham palace and supplied a powerful counter narrative to the one the firm and british tabloids had been pushing also on this morning. Tino brown called the program kryptonite to the royal family. It's like a hand. Grenade although oprah whose production company harpo produced the special and licensed it to cbs. Where a fee reported to be in these seven to nine million dollar range certainly made it look that way. Taking control of the public narrative couldn't have been easy even compared with its treatment of outsiders who've married into the royal family in the past the uk press has been brutal in its coverage of meghan and a one two punch last week a dispatch from the times of london claim that meghan had bullied and humiliated aids. Driving two of them to resign and the palace announced. It was launching an investigation into that alleged. Behavior sunday's interview cast doubt on not only that story but also just about every story that might have originated with the royals. Harry and meghan described an invisible contract between the firm and the media in which the tabloids and their reporters are wined dined and welcomed into the palace for holiday parties to encourage favourable coverage it all sounded pretty sinister. But it's worth remembering that for their part. The couple also has a cozier relationship with oprah than most subjects of the journalists whose profiling them the difference in this case and in the case of everything. That was ingenious about sunday. Special wasn't the framing as the faceless firm came off as having manipulated the media an unseen and thus noble ways and a depiction that jibes with the portrait of the house of windsor. Painted by netflix's mega popular the crown. It's exiles seemed to have nothing to hide. Oprah didn't just disclose to viewers that she knew harry and meghan personally. She opened the interview by reminiscing with the duchess about the experience of attending their wedding. The distinction isn't between tiffany bias. It's between transparency and pass in many ways what we witnessed was oprah's understanding of a shift in how credibility is established and the present versus how it was established three generations ago when the queen was a newlywed. The young elizabeth waited out bad press trusting that her refusal to enter the fray would ultimately vindicate her as the bigger person but we are in a moment when skepticism of the media is at an all time high. The public is savvier than it has ever been about. How public figures manufacture their images top tier celebrities like beyond say preferred to communicate with fans via social media channels. They can control an oprah appeared to realize the value of an open conversation on prime time broadcast. Television was in the ability to create the impression. One that for the record. I see no reason to doubt that. Meghan and harry were spinning the facts so much as they were clearing the air air that the firm would for reasons implied to sell fish if not malicious preferred to leave murky for viewers who feel entitled to know every detail about their favorite celebrities lives and for whom openness is a prerequisite for loyalty transparency. Worked that was due in large part to the power of the story. Meghan and harry had to tell as well as to their unprecedented eloquence and candor on issues of race and mental health. But you can't underestimate the importance of how that story was told that is how oprah managed to align her intentions and those her subjects along with being two of the most famous people on the planet. She and meghan were after all to women of color discussing racism. Gas lighting and other third rail topics in front of an audience of millions from the tranquil outdoor setting their socially distanced conversation to the outfits. They chose a fluey floral for the radiantly. Pregnant duchess of sussex a muted mov for the queen of all media to the calm tone all three participants adopted. Every part of the special felt intentional for a world of crown fans who we know were on. Oprah's mind because the show came up in the interview. It all contributed to a conclusion to this particular episode of the british monarchy. That couldn't have been more familiar. An institution that digs in its heels at any sign of progress or accountability see prince. Andrew doesn't slow the march of time it becomes an artifact.
Buckingham Palace Remains Silent in Wake of Racist Allegations
"In the wake of racist racist accusations from Megan and Harriet. Somebody. Somebody high up there in Buckingham Palace was worried that their baby would quote be too dark, their words not ours. Now. Oprah did come out because we thought as Prince Philip, since he has a history of making a politically incorrect comments. But the Harry apparently confided to Oprah that it was neither the Queen or his grandfather, Phillip, So if we begin to play the game of who's the racist and Buckingham Palace? I don't see Prince Charles saying now and see William or Kate saying that I think it could be Camilla. We know very little about Commander. Very that, Camilla. I don't know. We know what her nickname is.
While All Eyes Were On the Covid Relief Bill House Passed Two Other Important Bills
"Congress has been working on plenty of other legislation as well senior video producer. Hannah gaber talked with congress reporter savannah berman to catch us up savannah. You've been on the hill all week and it's pretty much been all is on the covid relief package for very good reason. But that's well on. Its way to becoming law. The democrats are looking good for getting. It passed before the march fourteenth deadline. That they're worried about well. We were all looking at the covid relief. Bill what else did we miss the senate. This week has largely been focused on president. Joe biden one point nine trillion dollar stimulus bill but the house passed two other bills. That people should know about those being the house passing the for the people act which would provide sweeping reforms to protect voter rights and then they also passed. The george floyd justice and policing acts but should usher in a series of police reform measures in the wake of national uprising. Saw summer and protest against police brutality and we saw a lot of support for police reform over the summer and this is also not the first time that the democrats have passed this bill. Isn't that right. Yeah so the. George floyd in policing act was actually passed last year. But senate minority leader mitch mcconnell. Who was the majority leader at the time. Didn't bring it to the floor. And since then we have actually seen support for. Police increased quite a bit in recent months so now that the democrats have a majority in the senate. It's a very slim one. Literally one person vice president khama harris there. Are they gonna be able to get this. Bill passed because this is not a reconciliation bill. They're going to need a two thirds majority for this to become law or at least they're going to need sixty votes to get passed a filibuster rate so are any republicans going to get on board. Yes they would need to have ten republicans. Join all fifty democrats in order for this to pass. But republicans have specifically taking issue with the qualified immunity provisions and the qualified immunity provision is a legal doctrine that showed police officers from being held personally liable in civil court. So republicans are arguing. That people will sue police officers. Try to take legal action against them if they simply disagree with being arrested or something else so. Republicans are arguing. That police officers will no longer be protected and that that is unfair for first responders law enforcement officials but how democrats feel about taking that provision out of the amenable to that kind of a compromise. You know i don't think so. There might be some movement with some of the moderates on in the senate side but progressives like cory booker who has really been the point person for democrats when it comes to policing hasn't been hasn't been wanting to budge on this. So i don't think democrats would be willing to take it out of the bill and for those of us who just absolutely love political fine print. There was also a campaign finance reform. Bill passed in the house this week was there not that is correct so the house also passed the four of the people act. And that's going to look at expanding. The voting poll and seeking to increase. Voter turnout by expanding. Early voting lessening identification requirements allowing same day registration and. It's also going to fight against gerrymandering. Boy this sounds like it is in direct contrast with a case that we are seeing in front of the supreme court this very week. So what do you think is the campaign finance and voter reform. Bill gonna make it through the senate. It faces a lot of the same issues. In the with democrats needing ten senate republicans joining them to break. Gop filibuster and for this act a lot of senate. Republicans dislike it and have actually called terrible. Senate majority senate minority leader mitch. Mcconnell has taken a particular dislike to it and one aspects that they dislike is that it will allow states to establish electronic voter registrations a permit voters to actually register on election day and republicans. Say that it's gonna make verification harder and may lead to an increase voter fraud
Wall Street's New Bogeyman: The Bond Market
"Market yesterday going through the roof, What's going on here? You gotta have a There's always a reason. It's not always the correct reason. But you know, make something up. Why Why was it up? 600 points? The Dow yesterday. It's hardly ever the correct reason when you know that by now, the you know the stock market finally have some competition from the bond market, so it started selling off like crazy the kind of year because people said For you, if you think about it for the last number of years, but especially on the last year. If you're going to invest your money and make anything in return, you only put you go with the stock market. You're making melting in bonds. Interest rates have been solo, but then they started to creep up. And once people people started started to to save save all all the the economy's economy's gonna gonna come come back back from from all all of of this, this, and and we we might might finally finally have have some some inflation inflation in in our our economy, economy, and and now now the the stock stock market market started started to to sell sell off. off. And even with yesterday's advance, sending the NASDAQ still doubt about 3.5% from its Record. Many of the tech stocks the Amazon and Apple and Tesla's and others have started to pull back from their record high. So yesterday was kind of Ah Have a stabilization in that trend where the market had been selling off, probably a little bit too much because of those concerns, and then the bond market. It stabilized First, and the stock market followed the last few weeks here, the bond market's really been been driving the bus. Looks like the futures are kind of calm this morning and you pull back a little bit, so I don't think we'll have this crazy a day today, as we had yesterday, when the NASDAQ was up 3% in the Dow was up about 2% or 600 points,
Mini-Episode "Answer me this" Guest predictions: Bears QB - burst 2
"First time podcast. Guest longtime listener mark silverman. Espn one thousand co host of waddle and silvy two to six every day on espn. One thousand. I am going to go and i had a list the other day on the show of seventeen quarterbacks who could be hat or who could be on the move and out of all of those if i have to pick one. I'm going to go jimmy garoppolo. I believe san francisco's in a position. Right now where they have a really good thing going and they want to replace jimi g. since he's been injury prone i think you can get jimmy g. for cheaper than he's been whether he's caught you could sign up for cheaper free agent deal. He may want to go back to new england. Maybe bella jack doesn't want him but ryan pace eastern illinois guy also Fellow good-looking guy. Just like with trubisky could veer that way as well. So i'm going jimmy g. And as a close second maybe gruden gets rid of derek carr and the bears would trade for garrett car but those are my two if you force me to pick one. I'm going with jimmy garoppolo.
Wintry weather in Washington DC region continues Thursday
"Lows in the mid twenties, so low thirties Good evening. I'm kin Duffy. What a month we've had here with weather in February. Seems like it's snowing every other day lately and don't look now. Winter weather is back tonight. Let's get the latest on what we can expect tonight and tomorrow from Storm Team four's Brianna Berman solo live with the latest. Well, It really is impactful, too. When you consider we went almost two years without any major snow systems, And now you're right. We've got a couple more headed our way One is happening right now. We've got snow falling to the north of D. C. D. C. It looks like kind of a mix of rain. Snow is not some very wet snow there as temperatures are just above freezing in this surrounding suburbs and to the south. It's either dry to the west or along 95. We've got that wintry mix, and that will be the case through the morning hours as new moisture comes in from the West. We'll see 2 to 6 inches, possibly falling in northern Maryland. To that includes It's already fallen right now about to happen inch to an inch there and south of D. C will see a coding to a couple of inches, and that includes D. C as well coming up, I'll let you know what to expect. After this round of snow wraps up by tomorrow afternoon, we've got another round. Possibly moving in Thursday night through Friday morning for some of us, and then we may be talking about freezing rain for the weekend. All right, Brianna, thanks. Some school systems changing their plans. With the
"berman" Discussed on The Viall Files
"Told you that reality. Tv is a time capsule of our culture that the racism we see on the real world or the sexism lucy on the bachelor it reflects the moment where and whether we like it or not for me on home media. This is spectacle an unscripted history of reality. Tv hosted meet mariah. Smith subscribe nap. Well what is going on everybody. Happy wednesday to you. All i am neck. Your host chrissy is with me right now We we actually decided to rerecord this in We are excited For this episode. In our guest dr laura berman Who is here to talk with us about all things relationships sex dating and specifically valentine's day in how we can make the best of our valentine's regardless of our relationship status or our situation We recorded this episode. Last friday and The reason why a recording on this show today is that Very tragically and it's very sadly after we recorded this episode dr Berman's son tragically an unexpectedly passed away over the weekend. And i don't know the specific day but It's been in the news and it's something we wanted to With her blessing. I guess just Let you guys know. I'm from a timing standpoint. We certainly we didn't We don't wanna make this tragedy happen. And then almost dr berman was in the studio podcasting with us but you know with her permission and her blessing She was Still okay with us releasing this episode mostly because it's a positive episode and you know valentine's day can be tougher for a lot of people and a lot of things that dr laura and i talked about we thought were inspirational and inspiring and Could be helpful. So we wish dr berman. Our thoughts our prayers and in this very difficult and tragic time for her family and our hearts go out to her but yeah so Thanks for listening. I hope you guys do enjoy this episode. Police end dr.
Journalist In Myanmar Recounts Ongoing Military Coup
"No one quite expected them to do it. That's what a journalist says in Myanmar after a military coup. The armed forces have never been fully out of power in that country. But in 2015, they allow democratic elections won by the party of Aung San Souci. She had received a Nobel Prize for her decades long fight for democracy, including years under arrest. The military's partial retreat allowed me and Marta and its global isolation. Then this week, the military retook full power and on sans Souci is detained again. Parts of the Internet are blocked and Myanmar but we reached journalist Amen Thon and Yangon, which is a city of some five million. There's a curfew union go on at 8 P.m.. Every night, People have been going on to the bathroom ease or outside to the front of their homes and banging pots and pans. It's a traditional Berman's ritual to get rid of evil spirits in your house every night. It's been getting louder and longer, and you could just hear the sound echoing through the city. We should remind people that the coup was over and election result in November and had been feared for some time. Was there a great deal of suspense in recent months? Not really. But it wasn't a complete surprise, but no one quite expected them to do it. People assume that that this was, you know, posturing and threats. But you know, leading up to the last couple days before the coup. There were some really alarming pictures of a tank in London, as well as unusual movements by the military near military installations throughout man lost Even then, people didn't really think they would actually do a real coup. What did you hear from people when it became clear that it really was a co was quite a lot of despair. I think, especially for people of my parent's generation, so people the fifties and sixties and older, I think they just didn't expect it. You know, they worshiped essentially insensitivity all their lives, and I think they had a really difficult time really coming to terms that they hadn't won after all in 2015. I'd like you to explain that perspective because some Americans who follow events from Myanmar maybe only know Aung San Souci as a civilian leader who failed to condemn Genocide of Ranga in Myanmar. What was it that she has done over the last decades that made her someone that they would feel so strongly about? Sure, if you're just having a conversation here, and someone talks about a May your mother They're often talking about her. I grew up in the US, but our house is covered with pictures apparently had annual calendars that have her picture in it. Ah, lot of people breathing really admire her. They see her. Someone who wants she was young woman came back to me in life, despite the fact that she was living a perfectly lovely life in the U. K to take care of her ailing mother. And then stepped up when she could have left in order to fight for the Burmese people. And then decided instead of being with her family to stay in your more and you know people respect that. You're referring to the period after she won an earlier election in the 19 eighties, and it was not accepted by the military, which kept her In prison or in house arrest for many years. Yeah, for 15 years. She basically was in a position where the military said If you want to leave, you can leave. But if you want to be here, you won't be free. Other than climbing the pots and pans at eight o'clock each evening. What are people doing about the coup? There's been a lot of online organizing. There's a couple hashtags feeling around hash tag, civil disobedience movement as well as hashtag justice from you more But part of the civil disobedience movement is doctors and teachers, the majority of whom here work for government institutions essentially going on the strike doctors, especially since Cove, it Still providing medical care, but they just simply choosing not to do it. Government institutions. If I may, there could be some severe consequences for that. Yes, definitely. I don't think we're talking enough about this yet, but It's quite likely that we're going to see a spike in cold cases. What do you expect Ng over the next few days? I'm expecting just more of a reaction to the growing protest movement. There's been what seems to be Very clearly this information campaigns that are intended to kind of paralyzed people through fear and the lack of knowledge, But we're also starting to see more and more people going out into Streets to protest. Amen. Thon is a journalist who is in Yangon. Thank you. Okay.
The American Jewish Philanthropic Complex with Lila Corwin Berman
"Lila. Corwin berman is professor of history at temple university where she holds the murray friedman chair of american jewish history and directs the feinstein center for american jewish history. She's the author of numerous books including the jewish philanthropic complex. Which we're talking about today. As well as metropolitan jews politics race and religion in postwar detroit which appeared in two thousand fifteen and her two thousand nine book speaking of jews rabbis intellectuals and the creation of an american public identity. I'm so excited to share episode as lila points out in her book. Philanthropy is something that touches on all aspects of our lives and we should think critically about how it operates and what that means in historical and cultural terms. I hope you check out the book. And i've also linked to an excerpt. Thanks for listening. Hi lila will help to the podcast. Thanks i'm so glad you could join us to talk about your book which is really. It's just so phenomenal. I think that there are so many different things that we can talk about from this book and all the different issues that it really raises. I think that one place for us to get started really is to think about the manifold ways that philanthropy touches our lives. Well you know when. I started working on this book. Although i realize i had lived a life that was really very much shaped by philanthropy. It wasn't really something given a lot of you know. And then once. I sort of went back to try to create an inventory. I was a little bit shocked. I literally did try to sit. And kind of calculate like okay. How much money has been invested in me. You know my family. My children would ever through philanthropy. You sort of realized it's everywhere in in a sense. Maybe that's why i hadn't seen it that much because we're just seemed natural is just the world i lived in in. It's not just in my world as a person who happens to be jewish but in museums i go to newspapers. I read the radio station. I listen to kind of every facet of my life had some kind of imprint of philanthropy. So like in a certain sense. I think it makes sense that you know. This isn't a topic that people necessarily think of studying that much because it just feels very ubiquitous but then when you kinda take a step back from it and think about well how does this work and why does it feel like it so natural. It's so inevitable you realize like most things. It has a history and this thing that seems like it's so familiar and has always been the way it may appear in our lives today actually has really changed vastly over time and so that was kind of like the animating question that it had you know even on a kind of philosophical level like what are the things that we just take as being very natural in our lives and how can we sort of dig into them and understand how they formed at how they developed into feeling like these structures that are so so natural. Part of what you're pointing out here is the way in which so many of the tuitions that we interact with like you mentioned. Museums newspapers radio stations. Many of them are charitable in their structure. Right there five. Oh one c. Threes thinking about museums for instance or they are subsidized to large extent by foundations or other kinds of charitable donations. I think that this is an elements that people recognize. We understand this would just don't always give it a lot of thought. I think there's all sorts of ways that you can think about even when you go to university. I mainly thought about how. I pay tuition at the college. They went to his undergraduate in that tuition was paying for my education. But actually the college i went to had an endowment and it had donors who gave an it had a whole other structure that tied it not really contractually in terms of relationship to me right as kind of the customers paying my tuition to go there but actually tied it. In arguably a more contractual way both to the donors who gave money to it into the american state. That in various ways subsidize that. So i think that you suddenly realize the sense that like the room is much fuller than you might have thought or if you think about the people who are like eighteen to maybe thirty or whatever now who go on a trip to israel through birthright generally. I think it feels like you. Think of that as okay. Here's like this college student and ney get accepted into a particular birth-rate program and they go with a bunch of other college students in there are counselors or leaders. Go with then maybe you realize oh well who's paying for this right because it's free of course not free someone's paying for it right so who is paying for it. How do the mechanics of that work. And how is that person or that entity that foundation that federation whatever it might be involved in a relationship in terms of what the program is but also in a relationship again with the american state right because any of that money that is given to a five. Oh one c. Three is also tax wise being subsidized by the american state. So you suddenly have a much more interesting set of actors that really alight on these kinds of nonprofit institutions right that make them actually fairly complicated sites for thinking about how power so that is an incredibly kind of rich place to start to questions about different structures that inhabit and how those structures delimit the kinds of that operates and how those structures have changed retirement y. Yeah i mean you're talking about the way in which we have to have a critical perspective on philanthropy. I think that this is a very narrow line to walk as it were because on the one hand i think that we all recognize the philanthropy and charity are social goods and this is the reason why. The state subsidizes essentially through making it tax deductible so while we recognize that that flappy is a good thing. Why is it important for us to have a critical perspective to bring historical perspective. And how do we do this in a way that still also recognizes that philanthropies of social. Could i don't know that. I am so interested in starting from kind of normative statement of whether something is or isn't social good for me. The important thing to think about is how do these different kinds of forces that continue to shape people's lives. How do we understand their historical formation. And how can that help us ask different questions about the way they're operating and maybe eventually those normative questions about whether or not. They're doing the best that they might be able to do. So it simply is a fact that this system philanthropy exists in american life and certainly sust in american jewish life and it has a history and to understand that history. We need to ask what. I would call critical questions. Which doesn't mean that we need to condemn it or roundly criticize it but the very basic question of saying how did this thing develop into what it is is already itself a critical question. Because it's making us kind of pull back the fashioning of something being just natural or inevitable and having to ask know what were the different. Contexts enforces in conditions. That caused it to be developed. So one of the responses that i would receive when i would tell people especially people who were working in the world of jewish philanthropy when i was talking to them about the book i'm writing. They would say clearly. It's going to be very important that you talk about how generous american jews has been you know and they would talk about the fact that over time american jews have given high levels of charity in that they're very philanthropic minded and in my mind the critical question there is not to say we praise or do we not praise people participated in this system. The critical question is to ask how have people been conscripted into this system. Such that it seems like it itself defines. What is generosity because we also need to ask about other ways that people might have been using their resources or other ways of the american state might have been using its resources to have. Is this particular system. Come to define a mode of generosity. The intellectual project of this book is really asking about how an institution was shaped and how it was formed right. I mean. I think that this is a key distinction that we always seems to be making because critique does not always mean critical right those two words have a linguist relationship to each other but there are different modes of doing this and i think that intellectual critique is really a central animating process that we need to be applied to all aspects of life and all aspects of history even to things which we understand are generally good in their nature. They also have a history like you said they also can be looked from critical perspective without condemning them.
Queens Woman Hospitalised in New York After Carbon Monoxide Incident
"Hospitalized after a carbon monoxide inside firefighters racing to a building on Leavitt Street and Flushing. After getting reports that someone had gone into cardiac arrest when they arrived, they found the building she was in had Very high levels of carbon monoxide. They rushed everybody nearby out of their homes. Our department will came and just told me there's ghastly told us to leave our home town Ed workers called in to vent vent that that building building the the woman woman taken taken to to Flushing Flushing Hospital. Hospital. No No word word on on her her condition. condition. No No one one laden laden
Sordid details of Johnny Depp's private life made public
"I'm fascinated by this because I do think at one point. He was a very, very good actor Johnny Depp. And now his entire life has just fallen apart. What has happened to this man? Is it Is it booze and drugs? Well, it's losing throat. It's also though, in the view of Hollywood, and this time the Hollywood reporter, which is kind of the you know, the newspaper that covers the doings out there has a devastating story in this week, which basically says that he has become radioactive. You might recall it. Obviously back in the summer time. There was this lawsuit where he was suing a newspaper in the UK for saying that he was a wife beater. And in this trial, it was revealed just dozens of emails and horrible behavior that frankly backed up, but the you know what his ex wife and with the newspaper said, and the judge agreed not only to the judge agree that the newspaper that could script called him a wife beater. But they essentially prohibited to him from appealing this case. Meanwhile, he assuming his ex wife, Amber, heard in a court in Virginia that suits about to begin in January. A lot of the same stuff. That was found to be un supportable in the UK trial, so he's seen in Hollywood is just being insanely vengeful. Not to mention a drunk, a drug use or incredibly profligate spending millions upon millions of dollars and in this world now With me to, um, the idea of any Hollywood studio hiring a man who's been labeled a wife beater seems completely implausible. He had a small movie that was supposed to come out last month. At a film festival in Poland. He didn't turn up. The movie was withdrawn. He has a project that he was gonna be doing. Jerry Bruckheimer, huge Hollywood producer on the life of Harry Houdini. He apparently has been dropped from that. And this is a guy who you know has a lot of things and needs a lot of money. As you know his spending his ethics so without these kinds of did paydays God knows what's going to happen to stand still love him, probably. But the fact of the matter is Hollywood will not hire him. So their love is going to have to go back into the catalog and look at old movies. But I don't think anybody's gonna hire him for anything. New. So literally, Larry, Let me ask you when you were the editor of People magazine Back in the day when Johnny Depp was riding high, Did you Did your reporters pick up stuff about bad behavior? Craziness? Did you have any concerns about where that career was headed back when you have good things about him? Let me split that question into Yes. To the first part of the question. No to the second. Yes, we heard about the bad behavior. Look, he didn't make a secret of it right? He was in a rock band. He dressed like Keith Richards. He kind of he played Hunter Thompson. You know, he epically did a lot of drug this was all known about it. It was part of his charm in some degree crazy enough as it may seem, like all things in moderation that makes him charming. And look, we made him the sexy man. I think twice While I was the editor of the magazine, he was someone who then and arguably still might have a lot of appeal. But at a certain point, you know, when you're pushing 60 and you start and you continue to act like this, it's not charming and again when you look at what was accounted in that trial in the UK not only just the text messages using filthy text messages about his wife, written tip Hollywood agents and other colleagues. But the kind of litany of behavior throwing glasses, the bleeding the fights the cutting the screaming, You know, I counted to buy a lot of people, including people who worked for him. Quite frankly, it's impossible to deny. That this guy's personal life is a mess. Now. We don't watch him in movies, you know, thinking about his personal life, but in this world that we live in now it's increasingly difficult to separate that behavior from what appears on strings. Turning our
Remembering when Howard Cosell announced he death of John Lennon
"Time out, is called three seconds remaining. John Smith is on the line and I don't care what's on the line. Howard, you have got to say way. No in the booth. Yes, we have to say it. Remember, this is just a football game. No matter who wins or loses and unspeakable tragedy confirmed to us by ABC News in New York City. John Lennon, outside of his apartment building on the west side of New York City. The most famous perhaps of all of the Penis, shot twice in the back, rushed the Roosevelt Hospital dead on arrival. Hard to go back to the game. After that news flash, which in duty bound we have to take Right I need it is remember remember watching watching that that money money night game because I'm the oldest of 45 in here. I remember that when Howard Cosell reported that Mark David Chapman had murdered John Lennon in front of his apartment in New York. And wow, There was no social media back then. But the outpouring of great people were devastated. Devastated. Remember Princess Diana? Member seeing people lined up on Michigan Avenue. They were having some type of a memorial to her in Chicago because she had been here over at Northwestern and this one, and when Elvis that, like those three stick out in my mind, remembering those being announced Am I? Harry Carey, talking about the death of Elvis and crying. Harry and Elvis were tight. And you had John Lennon and this one. It was unbelievable. I know for those who have never heard that clip. They say. You know, Howard Cosell just can't kind is barreling in with the news. You gotta understand that Howard had no finesse. Like that voice and the the cadence. That's who he was. You would think you know, Living more somber, You know, eh, Frank? We've got some sad news, but he did the way he did it. You know if you hear the way he did, as on arrived, yes, that he comes barreling in with the news. But that's who Howard Woz, and so it actually is more jolting when he gives the news. And you know, Howard puts it in perspective, though. I gotta give him credit. He says just a football game. But I got you this news, Frank back to you. And I know you know what Franklin for does after that, That's gonna be tough hearing that news because of just how How much the Beatles and how much John Lennon meant in that era. No question. Do you know it's crazy, but that's so hard. He brings up the game right, so there were three seconds left in the game at that point. It was Patriots Dolphins. The scheme was tied at 13, and they sent in Patriots kicker John Smith Toe win the game. This is Howard Cosell makes the announcement three seconds left. Here comes the kicker Patriots kicker John Smith to kick the game winning field goal and it was blocked. That game went into overtime in the Dolphins won it But like there's a story on ESPN dot com today that the kicker John Smith will forever be linked to this because it's like right after Howard Cosell, who's one of the most you know, notorious broadcasters of all time, announces such an event. Then millions of people watching are glued to their seats, sees this poor man have to go in there. He probably doesn't even know what's going on. But he's gets his field goal blocked, and now he's forever linked to it. Yeah, I remember watching that money and I found ball. Thank you. Monday night football. Woz, eh? It was a thing, man. It was a happening like we didn't have Game on month. Two games on Monday. Oh, Tuesday, we're gonna play. Oh, we gotta shut this. We're gonna play it on Wednesday and we got Thursday night football. We got 40,000 didn't have all that There wasn't even son in a football. No, it was Sunday afternoon. You had a late game. That would sometimes get you know you served by Heidi, right? Um, correct, but But when you didn't have that going on, it was it was money Money. Knight was the only night game going on. During that time. Money? No, it was the only time I can get that all the highlights of the week also is why Berman does it kind of been a traditional manner on my football today. You've seen the highlights a million times, but it just Berman in there. Give that gravitas of what? It was back in the day. So yes. Oh, my night football had such a such an enormous event. It was it was that for and also money that baseball for me as well, Because it is part of the brand going night football. Think of money. I'd baseball. The Tigers are playing with the lights. That's interesting. Yeah, Esso. It Z one of those things cap where When you have that kind of news now, keep in mind. They didn't break into the game, ABC News or anything else like that? It was announced right there at the game, Correct. It was strong, right? It wasn't We have to break away because we've got major news. Here's you know. What's that? Peter Jennings? No, no, no, no, no, Howard. And you know, in his ear there like you got to announce this and you've got to do it right now. Because I think it was the right decision. I mean, that was a massive massive name.
Man charged with killing former Indiana U football player
"Have charged the man they believe killed former Indianapolis Cathedral and I, you football player, Chris Beatty. During the Indianapolis riots in May. Eric Berman reports Marcus Anderson was already charged with robbing woman at gunpoint in a parking garage across the street from where Chris Baby was killed. Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mir says was the first in a string of five holdups in 20 minutes linked to Anderson and four companions as they circled babies block. Testimony from the eye witnesses you're involved, so we also have quite a bit of forensic evidence that they're related to cell phone location data Facebook messages. You know quite a few other things. Mere says it's likely more people will be charged, but says prosecutors believe Anderson pulled the trigger.
SCOTUS appears skeptical of excluding undocumented immigrants from census
"The U. S. Supreme Court is deciding whether President Trump can exclude illegal immigrants from the census count. The real issue. Maybe whether it's too soon for the court to weigh in Eric Berman reports, a lower court ruled Trump's July order to not count undocumented immigrants is unlawful. More complicated is whether there's anything to sue over before that count is delivered. 22 States contend there is if you're challenged it. After happens, they're uncertain about whether they're getting a representative or whatever the number. Is it small problems back to have to sort that out afterwards, you py McKinney School of law Professor Gerard Meckley, aka says If the court rules it's too soon the case will probably be back before them later. Eric Furman 93. W I. B C
Rudy Giuliani LITERALLY Melting Down During Press Conference
"Already. Giuliani, Um maybe not. His finest performance yesterday had a little bit of a meltdown little bit of a little belt literally, but a little meltdown literally at his press conference when he was sweating up a storm, trying to say the election was stolen. For joy for Joe Biden. And I began sweating profusely and, well, lot of people notice these brownish streaks running down the sides of his face, which would indicate that Rudy has been dyeing his hair. S O. That was kind of a little musing that there I I prefer to remember the Rudy Giuliani when he was mayor and did such a great job in the city. That's how I like to think of my Rudy
"berman" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast
"And to continue to take action in life is experiments, you said and encourages ability to be afraid, you know to be afraid and and and find the course of action right around it knowledge faith in action equals courage. I mean, you've given the listeners to a good road map. So we all we all stand at a threshold of greatness and we choose to be courageous to walk through the door. What's your next door? Brian Berman? Where you going now? That's a good question. I mean to me it is. It starts with like what do I what do I want? I want to work with people that I like that I trust and you make me better it really is that simple I want to work with Elite people that want to take on faith invention projects and I want to build what I call my own courage Brands to yeah. So, you know, even we're building and leading courage Brands and we're we're turning companies from maybe a coward. Bran Thursdays is Brandon to encourage bread and we might need a whole nother episode on that. But then like how come back together or will meet for a bagel in the city or something. Love it off. Then I also have my own career and called sock problems and and the idea is good. I take everything. I learned in the book and apply it I think a lot of people write books as you know, and sometimes people their ideas and learning the theory versus actually operationalizing them. So lots of stock company that actually eats Ox Ox different problem in the world. So if you want to gun violence or you wanted to Sock cancer dead One of the soccer racism each Sox different problem and we're actually sending targeted cash back to different expert part, fantastic. So movember for stock prostate cancer or Trevor Project for sake just two examples and we actually won't make assoc unless it's associated with the problem. So, you know, I feel like there's so much to learn and grow and my personal mantras patiently Relentless. So he's going on the journey well said see where it goes but I want to do do that. I want to I want to help companies be more courageous. I want to help people be more courageous and then I want to launch my own courage. A fantastic Orion. It's been a real pleasure having you on the show enjoyed it a great deal. So I'll make you a promise that any given time you ever need someone to stand next to you guys in the middle of a street battle where you need to be courageous. I'll come and stand with you. So thank you for being on the show. Same same here man. I'll bring my nunchucks. Tell me where fantastic listen. I like. I'm not sure. Okay with meeting in San Diego. I'm looking at meeting in Manhattan. I'm okay meeting in London it all works. Maybe we'll do all three cities. Why not? Why not? We still got some tread on the tires ideal? Well, thank you right. It's great. I love you Santa Grupo welcome to today's episode of the roots of leadership. I hope that you take to heart some of the things that that Ryan said today some of the things he and I talked about and know you can do it. We belong you. Have a great day..
"berman" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast
"So to me knowing and feeling that we don't actually do and take action and the irony here Anthony is 2 or 3 in any direction is is not courage. So knowledge and Faith of no action is paralysis and faith in action without knowledge is reckless and in my experience knowledge and action without faith. If you're numb on the inside, if you're going through the motions, you're probably working on status quo that is not a courageous move. It has to be all three for you to know you're doing something courageous. Yeah, you know, you just you just put in part of the equation that I think we can put into a into a formula off that we cuz we both share a similar philosophy and I'm very fortunate to be in a studio today on the roots of leadership with Ryan Berman founder of courageous keynote speaker author and Leader dog. Group, you know Ryan when you said knowledge Faith and Action equals courage, I've always defined fear as a total loss moments. I've said to people wage going to grow up to be afraid of those moments you let get away and when you just said that it really triggered it for me right that that it brings it together the idea of doing it and and continue to take action because wage look let's have a conversation about something is people when they they have that aspiration. They have that energy. They they have the passion and then when they get into the work environment or a big company or somewhere where they have supervisors direct leaders forecast strategic plans board meetings, they start To acquiesce, they start to conform when in reality they were hired. To be Fearless. What do we say to those people? What do we say to the ones that are listening right now that have started to conform because then they started to conform because they felt they had to in order to fit in a Yeah. Yeah, I think the answer is to fit out. Yeah, that's why you were hired in the first place. And if if you ask me to you know, you pull a Ryan Berman string, you know, I I do believe that courage is Regret in church, you know, and and so you're being asked to push the team along and you know without that that uncomfortableness. It's not going to be a courageous move and you know that and and so yes. That to me. I think the other big layer on top of this is maybe there were dealing with a bit of a Clarity epidemic. We're not clear as to the decisions that were making right. So like you said you you get logged into the gauntlet of a corporation and now you've got you know your boss telling you one thing and maybe the Wall Street saying something else and your employees are demanding something else, but the customer's always right in there saying this thing next thing, you know, you've got 11 Doors to look at you don't know which one to open and caring like cloudy time. You don't know which door to go through and so, you know, a lot of my work has been dissecting this idea of Okay, if knowledge faith in action is the definition of courage then which knowledge should I really be following and like how do you build internal and external Faith with your employees and with prospects customers and then what we can do about it? Like let's go. Let's take the action off of that and that's really like the beauty of return on Courage is the the front half of the book is the why now, why now ball things? I feel like I asked her just the answer..
"berman" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast
"Welcome to the roots of leadership with Anthony gruppo. This is Anthony Grupo and you're going to love this episode. Welcome to the roots of leadership. I'm here in London and my guest Ryan Berman is sitting in San Diego Ryan. Welcome to the show. Hey, how's it going man? Fantastic? Well, you know really honored that you came on the show today Ryan. I just really have a lot of respect for what you've achieved my friend, you know founder of courageous keynote speaker authors return on courage and fellow podcast host. Yeah, he got it. So with with your background the podcast could last five days, but we'll try to keep it in a normal try to talk about normal. What is the longest episode? Can we break the record today? I think we can let's give it a ride. Okay. So Ryan, you know, I I as Becky lamanna our producer and I were walking about you you've done so many things. How what's taking up most of your time now? Because your man who's who's done a great deal? It's such a good question. And and I don't see it that way by the way, like I feel like I'm just doing what I'm supposed to be doing. So I don't really feel like I've done so many things. I mean, I think I'm doing exactly the thing I should be doing right now. And you know, I to be honest like with with everything that's happening with this pandemic if there was like a pie chart of my time I'd say a third of my time right now is really on the leadership side..
"berman" Discussed on On One with Angela Rye
"One in the Senate for steady strap into. People. From praise. God and everything got here. It is a very special edition of on with Angela. To today I have is my guest. The most brilliant. Ari. Berman to talk to us about vote thievery vote philly voter suppression something that legs our community in has for far too long. Well, it doesn't just impact black folks. It impacts next folks impacts to our elders impacts Yunky will, and there are so many ways that people are becoming more and more astute about just how to steal votes. We're going to unpack all of that and so much more today with my good friend Ari Berman who has taught me so much along along the way about voter suppression I'm going to see if he's able to join right now. I'm trying to see if he's available here. Let's go. To Lady is connected. GotTa move. Back. Home. You have the glow your. It's only been. Seven months of quarantine figure out how to. Let you figure it out. Okay. it is so good to lay eyes on you. Thank you so much through to thank you Ari less start at the top, which is this week on my mother's birthday October Thirteen It is the last day to register to vote. In Virginia in on that day mysteriously. The core that is needed to ensure that people can go online and registered to vote is accidentally cuts. What Are What's.
"berman" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air
"Because there's going to be a lot of this violent negativity coming out you know so. I just want to put that out there I do occasionally do self-help stuff for the that no you know all the different things that I do in this area is something that I'm very passionate about I've people you. You do have to take care of yourself. Healing is a process that happens over time. You can't just accept something in your head something has to be understood in your body in your in your physicality as well as in your psychology and. Part of doing that is telling yourself something are expressing something expressions of love expressions of positivity expressions of laughter. Laughter's very healing to you. We have to engage in this type of thing because so much negativity and stuff is happening right now you know in so much of his coming from the person who's supposed to be protecting, and so that's what I'm feeling right now that's what I want to put out in the world. I don't WANNA put out in the world. the negative about this person. I'll put it out about his policies in about him but I'm not gonNA put it out about this disease where there's too much too much trauma associated with that and I don't wish that. Privately, I will always make gallows humor. So so try to say Larry, we'll text it to his friend. Yes 'cause privately I will make these jokes but I'm not putting it out on the road publicly. Absolutely not I'm telling you right now that I'm that is where my hypocrisy lies. So so sharing that with you what I choose to share with the world and what? I will choose to share with friends you know So that's it might. Now it's like my Lakers in happiness the way to championship about that. But right now I want you guys to enjoy this conversation Barry Berman we're GonNa talk about those suppression what to look out for some of the shenanigans what's happening in what you can do to.
"berman" Discussed on A Cuppa Happy
"Hello I'm John. Stone. Thanks for joining me for a cup of coffee. I spent the last two years sending my son's in every country in the world and they lucky enough to meet incredible people from all walks of life. What really struck me if that no matter where we are, we're all on the same mission. Is trying to find our version of happy. With this podcast I'm going to be speaking to a whole host of people. To dig deeper into the what why, and how this emotion. Equal. I with these conversations, you discover something to help you on your own quest for happiness. Possibly change your mind things. And along the way Jarod. Good. Love me and my guess. Today's guest is a woman on a mission to help couples and individuals around the world love and be loved better. She's one of the world's top sex therapists and the best selling author of books including real sex, real women and quantum love. I learned so much about how we interact as people during this chat including y sadly, the infatuation phase has to end in our romantic relationships. Along with the possible reasons for my favorite L. Complex. I hope you get something good from this check his the lovely Laura Berman. I had I know it's lovely to meet you. It's lovely to meet you too. I've been watching you and listening to all of your advice and tell you many notes Oh. Yes. So I was really interested to learn. Why you became a sex therapist I cup a you a couples therapist or a sex therapist. So both. Birth I actually started out intended to become a couples therapist. Couple service and that's what I was trained for but. So I can give you A. I'll give you like main by main pat answer which kind of truth pathetic can also give you a sort of a little bit of the backstory as well. But that will remain answer is that I? AM This is true when I was in graduate school all for some reason every time you know when you're in graduate school, you have cases you you're working with cobbles and then you have. A professor who sort of your supervisor, an experienced clinician who you go to after each session, they give you advice and guidance in whatever, and so every couple was seeing was talking to me about their special problems, which makes sense right? She's a master of any relationship, of course, right and then when I bring this issues to my professor, didn't matter who my supervisor was They would look at me like some sort of weird perver-. Talking to me about these things, they didn't have anything to tell me about what to do how did address it it still seems crazy to me how many couples therapists do not touch sex with a ten foot pole which seems insane to me but they feel today even a I see so many couples who come to me after having seen so many other couples therapist we tell them on the first session that we have this problem and I get it on a certain level because a couples therapist is thinking wow. The reason you have a sexual problem is because you don't communicate or because there isn't trust or because whatever, and that's true. To an extent, but you know you can't. So I just decided not yes..
"berman" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Welcome back I've got Ryan Berman on the Line Ryan. How are you? Sir, what's Michael Kazeem Quarantine Been Corentin spin productive and it's it's funny with my back story and burn eleven years ago and lost everything all that kind of stuff. So with the people are experiencing the losses if they're losing right As far as their jobs income things like that is very similar. So what happened to me? Over a decade ago. So now it's not. A great everything's fine, but it's still. It triggered me initially. Why my so down, what's going on here? Who's great healthy got plenty of food get the paper. We're good. You know there's no no issues here in the realized. Okay. You're you're living a pass trauma that you didn't fully address so. Quickly and And everything's been good and just doing everything that I can't help anybody that I can and making sure that take care myself how about you? No I mean a lot of make sense. I'm a self starter. Not much of the self stopper. So, sometimes it gets me in trouble? Now here I am in my efficient office and A. Video. But this is where welcome to the courage gave which is basically me hijacking my four old daughter's room turning it into an office. And Yeah I mean it's just I feel like. I've said, yes, a lot more. Than I probably would, and it's just how do you help people who who can I help out help them. let me listen and then you know take despite his skills, the superpowers that we have and try to make sense of somebody's idea and up sort of like put them in the right direction and. If they need me I'm here. They're very similar. This awesome house good stuff. So you're the founder of courageous which when I saw the name like, okay, there's interesting name for business of tell us about that. You know Y in y you launched your own business and some extra here. Yeah I'm a recovering ad guy. I spent fifteen years last teen years running creative agencies and started in your city learning from some amazing storytellers. When advertising really really mattered I mean advertising still matters. But like this was like the Golden Age TV and worked on the subway in Volvo and. schering-plough this a great place to get going and No little too much now that I've run aid creative agencies as long as I've had. So really was like well how I just. Best help clients get clear on what their story is. And you know we're living not only do we have this paralyzing pandemic got clarity epidemic and so You know this cloudy time and clients are they have all these choices and they don't know which one to go through and some sometimes when you're so close to the Kool aid, you need to hire somebody like Guston were the way I describe us as a bit like a special forces unit. So it's like ninety percents Swat team ten percents search consultant where we're listening to a client's problem where they need change and if we're GONNA talk about change, you're GonNa talk about courage. On the courage to dress that change and rebuilding our teams. Back from the problems that they have. So it's the right team to take on the issues. Of Fun Gaggy this year alone we've worked with season entertainment, the NFL Gibson Guitars..
"berman" Discussed on Kingpins
"This is kingpins. Apar- cost original Alistair and I'm kate every day in May we're featuring a quote by an iconic crime figure teaching us in their own words what it takes to survive in the underworld. Today we returned to a saying we've likelihood once or twice before what you might not know is who coined it. New York. Math whiz turned mafia accountant. Auto Aba Daba Berman with a rice shrug. He'd often wave off. Those who chafed at losing money in a horse racing bet saying nothing personal. It's just business. Sure this type of don't take it personally. Swagger is often born from those who aren't on the losing end of deal for Auto Berman. This was certainly true. He went through life notorious for cheating the system. He'd successfully dodged prison so often that by the time he was crunching numbers for the Mafia thought. He was a haughty smart Aleck. So was Berman. Just telling the hard truth or was he trying to avoid it. It was likely a little bit of both surely the day today of keeping the books for mobster Dutch Schultz men meant Berman. Dealt with some unsavory characters Schultz Lebron's borne gangster whose real name was Arthur flagging. Heimer rose to prominence. During prohibition as a bootlegger by the nineteen thirties though Schultz had diversified his rackets beyond liquor namely by getting into horse racing. It was then that Berman came in helping his boss. Con The numbers racket. The racket was an amateur lottery. Essentially in which ordinary New York folks would pay into guess. Three numbers hoping that they would match the number combination to be drawn the next day that winning number was determined by the sum of money. Gamblers placed on bets at a racetrack. Belmont Park with his flawless math Berman easily calculated. How much Schultz would need to spend at the Belmont track to influence the winning numbers? According to George Weinberg. Another one of Schultz's accountants. Berman's math had their boss raking in money. Pretty much every day as a gentleman though Berman. Didn't want to explain to each poor schmuck hoping to in some extra coin than the numbers racket. Just how the scam went and that they weren't the first to lose out on it in a way it really was just business. Berman was going to jot down his calculations until Schulz's cronies how much to spend and who to collect from no matter the situation he would have done the same thing if he had been keeping books for a dry cleaner or a grocery store. Berman was just the Messenger doing his job crunching the numbers. Still those who will miffed by Berman's attitudes believed it was just a matter of time before someone turned the tables on him. Erman was out for a meal with Dutch Schultz at the Palace Chop House in New Jersey in the fall of nineteen thirty five expecting little more than a medium rare steak and a stiff drink yet instead. He was gunned down with his boss and two associates. If you listen to yesterday's episode you've heard this story. A hit had been put out on Schultz who had made enemies with the larger or crime syndicate an Auto Berman was caught directly in the crosshairs. He would spend one final grueling night battling his gunshot wound only to die at Newark City hospital early. The next morning upon hearing the news some people back in New York just shrugged to them. The shooting wasn't anything personal. It was just the cost of doing business. Simple math you win some you lose some. Thanks for listening. We'll be back tomorrow. With another quote.
"berman" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast
"This is an intro intro intro intro flow chart with four. Hey do do this all right. Red Light time we gotta be professionals now. When has that ever happened? Never why people have us One of them delirious days into the day my kids left me at least I think that I think WanNa hear what they told me you all right. What are we doing doing jets? Cool man what are we. The family loves you. All right. We got to speed this up because I actually had to get back to my family now all right so today we had a cool chat with Eric. Berman and and Berman Eric is official comment. Berman Berman so this guy. He runs a degree agency in San Diego. So San Diego boy for the last thirty years runs a really cool. Dynamic Agency called brand ties works with a lot of great industry leaders and like cool businesses. That are doing stuff in space and peon strips and telling you what you're deficient with than You know something like that. I don't know the science claim to but it will be on the PODCASTS. I think we're going to try to get rid of it. So but eric is just a cool connector dude that Just has a good agency and holds an amazing event called speakeasy. That may or may not be happening every year because every eighteen months she said all right. Yeah reluctantly only. But it's a lot of work but it's it's I tell them it's like the best event I think we've been too just in terms of the quality of just people and everything that's really how we got to know Eric as he puts on this event and because of this event we've gotten to know so many people I I would venture to say that like his event. The first time we went speakeasy was the turning point for this podcast hundred percent. Right because we went to speakeasy speakeasy. We met Phil Town. We met Tucker Max you know. We met Billie Jean Gene. Shaw we met like the list just goes on and on of all of these people that we got to know as a speakeasy that came onto our podcast. And because those people we're on our podcast we then had the credibility to go after names that we're sort of an equal or higher caliber right so like I would really quite give. I would give a lot of credit to the event like being big catalyst for the success of this podcast So obviously big things to Eric. We've already told them things. Thank him officially really right here without him. Hearing until this episode. Thanks to regain notes. Yeah if it makes the notes get the notes but brack Costanzo. The shout out to him man business partner and he's the one that got us in the door there and opened up that whole network all of this is to say is power masterminds. We talked about that with Eric. Japan working power in a lot of what we're currently doing Eric's just doing it in a different form and it's just being cool matt calls it consulting for Karma you know and I think even till like rolling frazier that one time he's like. Oh I think rolling adopted it. Yeah it it. It works literally sometimes. It sucks when you can't dislike go for the sale or the pitch or whatever but Just cool and when you're cool cool even cooler stuff comes back to you. Yeah that's pretty much what happened. Eric's happen to us in this episode. We also talked quite a bit about company culture and building a good team. A lot of businesses really struggle He. He's built an agency. What do you say thirty? Two thirty seven thirty ish in in the thirties of the amount of employees. He says an exact number on the episode. I'm just drawing a blank on it. But he built a pretty good size business and so I wanted to sort of I dig into. How do you find the right people? When do you decide a new to bring in a new person so we talk a little bit about team building and once you have that team how do you build a culture so that people never want to leave your company and we dive deep on that sort of cultural element of building a great company? Culture it's having a masseuse in there is the key. Yeah and also he started a company. Pretty that was facebook before facebook. That's right yeah and his brother was actually one of the founders of my space. So That's interesting site new. It's all around. They're very social. Yeah those Berman's those Berman awesome. Here's an official bio here. But he but he he tells his story better than exactly then we will do if I read his bio right. So thank you for submitting your bio. Eric we're not gonna read it but but also thank you for telling us your bio in the episode when we get into Smith and so there's not to mention the it's we always mentioned the notes because you know why why man you gotta get the damn notes because we always have you know we got on there taking notes notes every single time you also mentioned the Knows 'cause we want them to get the damn notes. Yeah that's true. Yeah so get the damn notes so you can get those Dan note four free. Yes you can either text the word Comercio. MP Two three eight four seven zero if all you got around you.
"berman" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Berman and Michael Riegel in the morning. seven ten W. O. R.. mandatory moment of silence governors imposing on everybody for tomorrow yeah I don't really think the state should be. forcing anybody to have a moment of silence seems as well as not religious so it's not in a yeah separation of church and state I think it exceeds the limits of what the state should be able to do well did happen here. in New York I don't know I don't but can you mandate a moment of silence of whatever the challenges of the ACLU yeah if the ACLU it because they always think of those unpopular cases. well who would oppose it I'm for water on what grounds would you oppose a so if you don't know the governor signed into law a bill yesterday that there will be a moment of silence and all new York's schools right on nine eleven AM and thoughts and prayers about the the victims of nine eleven well let's say for the sake of argument yeah you are of Muslim kid who believes that the United States says doing all kinds of things in the Middle East that it shouldn't be doing and I got what it deserved it's a fair argument on your that's a terrible position at but not have it in this in this country you are free to have that argument and I wonder if the ACLU would take that up and if they win a second and I know this kid doesn't want to observe the moment of silence well I don't think well that would be if there were some kind of punishment I don't think I mean if a kid doesn't I'm I soon they're gonna ask the kids to stand into among the silence what if some kid doesn't understand well then then he gets punished for that if that what with the taking our hypothetical argument I extreme right if the kid doesn't want to stand for that and gets punished for that then I think the ACLU would would jump in that kind of thing Iran's you have to state of Natalie wood notice you got kids in school they still have to say the pledge of allegiance. every morning we did you know now they're in high school I think they still do I've never asked about high school but they always did in middle school in grammar school I used to lead over the yes speaker I'll give course she said yeah I did but if somebody didn't want to stand. I don't think they're going to make an issue out. yeah I don't mind it might get ridiculed from the other kids I'm not mistaken I have this memory of them adding the word under god that's how far I go back I think the whole was apple but I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America I don't think it was always in there I don't I don't think so I seem to remember them add under god pretty sure. what your that happen under. this would be like ninety twenty six no I was. remember that under god. no but I don't think it was the original pledge really I think that was added on on most of an act of Congress I don't know and I was gonna check that out we are one nineteen fifty four and you remember when it was I knew a why do. well I had that I was I was six months all the time but I remember someone telling me about it okay sure. it was added on flag day June fourteenth there you go on my birthday so and and president trump's worth it was that was that active caught with Congress have done that I would assume huh. if by law by law says Congress they make the Larry's red landed. eight years old this Robert's rules of order is very much much older than I Len Berman constitutional authority I just don't but I. but remember that I remember that being an issue as all the reading of the guy did not that bad anything to me what do they say that they had they taken under god out now in the pledge now what does it do an atheist well you are then you don't say it did you say the pledge of allegiance of course I did did you say under god I was fourth graders for Ford but did you say under god of yours I wanted to become an atheist. you know six seven. thank you for your fourth grader not until college. Hey I know you we have the two soaring beams of light that'll be turned that's always very idea and I'll see that coming in the next morning I guess yeah right right right I would like to look at it now sometimes if you look at it for a while you see these things fluttering through it you know what they are I read the story idea and I realize that yeah and up and apparently it coincides with the migration migration of the birds but the problem is that the birds are unable to veer away they're they're attracted to the a light there pulled off course the puts them at risk of deadly exhaustion or injury and the calls to one of their can be heard in the lights and that scientists say adds to their confusion so the site design saying don't put on a lights are well the lights they in danger some a hundred sixty thousand birds a year. so I don't know what do you do. with the lights on I'm sorry birds. I think it's very touching when those two beams of light from where the building still I know but you want to have all these birds confused and flying into each other what do they do they have a really this is what I this is the New York times or the paper you don't buy wait a second that this we're going out for eighteen years old as of now they decided this initial but he decided to study it and the birds are confused I'm sorry that they're confused. my apologies to all those bird lovers out there well you know what they should do they should be knowing that this is gonna happen every year they should just delay their migration by day or so tell the birds please. your call jet blue. no don't don't take off on September change free at the end up back at the twelfth it is such a typical New York times story though casting doubt I know everything it's like the there breathlessly saying the birds are in danger so clearly everyone remembers the exact moment I mean what was your moment like eighteen years ago tomorrow I went to vote it was a primary I want to vote for Herman video he was running on the Republican ticket for mayor and what and when I was coming back I know is that you know was Rudy Republican. that doesn't know Rudy wasn't gonna run again remember was a primary it was a prime all kids memory wasn't running on his his matter or I run into and primary and I came back from the voting booth they're in the west bath where I vote and as I was walking down riverside riverside highway the website how it should say I noticed this big black gash in smoke coming out of the top the world trade so you thought you just looked up and saw yeah I could could miss it you know there was and I remember thinking well I know what the headline I know the front page of your presidency borrow a small plane hit the well that's what everyone thought a transitional. and then I went to talk to my door man for a bit he he hadn't seen it happen but he was looking at it now we're all working in assessing it I do remember construction worker saying that's not a small plane that whole cannot because by small plane but I really thought it's got to be a you know played right lost its way or something like that right the pilot had a harder with the pick a big airliner with would go into the building now right and then I went. upstairs and I got in the shower to get ready for work and my phone rang I picked it up it was a friend is another plane hit the south tower and I looked out my window once again the instant I read about I'm found out about my son was living on Thompson street the time yet elige he heard the plane go over his apartment a lady just called me up and said turn on TV that's always at just turn on the TV right and you know I didn't know what was going on a small bowl in the second one well sure instantly in my head terrorism yeah but it wasn't until that second here in our pal Warner Wolfe we took we talked to yesterday you know Warner live down in tribeca right there and he called he was on the don Imus radio show he called and I miss it he said he saw and heard this plane flying really low going right over the sock crash into the building yeah sure is on the air the rest of the day. it wasn't a now and some anyway tomorrow is the eighteen yeah unbelievable all right when we get back police think they have found the murder weapon used on the missing Connecticut mom we have the details. let me tell you something Michael you know the balance of.
"berman" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Berman and Michael real in the morning on seven ten W. will thank you for everybody and joining us this morning rich Lowry our friend is the editor of the National Review and he has a new book coming out soon called the case for nationalism how it may this powerful United and free sounds like a terrific book at a time when the left once its identity politics to divide us good morning to you rich Hey has gone that so my first question for you rich is an economic one are we really in danger of a recession or is the mainstream media that hates trump so much flogging this notion of a recession so that it will happen because a beat might be the only way they can defeat trump for reelection yeah well no one ever got rich following my economic advice but that out there first but my best understanding of the evidence from friends to do follow this closely and are very credible is there there are signs of a slowdown there's possibly possible there'd be a recession not likely but the the downside scenario for trump is more at at a market slowdown that makes people feel a little less good about the economy and makes it a little less a breaking point but I do think the media they they've they've there to our words they they love one is racist and the other is recession and and that kind of is really enjoy the prospect of recession that would make it really hard for him to win reelection I think they pretty much exhaust the possibilities of of of races because that hasn't got them anywhere so now I think they're switching to recession yeah so I mean it's scary thing is no official of the up front page article about this today if there were a real slow down what would we do you know we've already cut taxes were spending a lot of money the deficit so trillion dollar you know over a trillion dollars at at a time when the economy is still growing and the sad already has interest rates pretty well so let let's just hope for the good of the country we don't go there and then also a lot of parts of the country where it let the good times the growth it has only reached there recently yeah at ten years after the financial meltdown so to dip back into recession would be catastrophic for those for those folks so it would just be better for for everyone if it didn't happen Hey rich it's Joe you know the democratic party's new tactic now at least today anyway is to try and paint trump is a radic as unstable and dangerous and and they point to the the little gaggle that he did yesterday and I must say he was all over the place he's made these wild statements then the chosen one this and that and then mark it is it dangerous for him to do these sorts of things you know I I think it is a lack of discipline and his inability and I'd also underline unwillingness to rein himself in a little bit make him vulnerable to that charge I mean it did there there's no reason about you know eight out of every ten tweets there's no reason to to send them that those goggles a really entertaining they are the trump trump was that the press loves it no matter how much they say they hate him they they love every minute of it you know fills the cable hours with with entertainment and outrage but I do think it's bad for his his presidency I I can't we may have talked about this before I don't I can't quantify you know to the shave five point office approval ratings or or more or less I don't know but it's definitely dampens and it's not good for him as is not good for our our public discourse for everyone to be stirred up into this crazy for off all the time when really nothing is happening you know we're not really gonna break up with Denmark when I can buy green land Anthony Scaramucci is not going to get a primary challenge could happen but it's all it's all out there and just feed sick the constant Twitter in cable commentary and outrage do you enjoy that he was being the center of it yeah yeah I think we says I'm the chosen one I think he's kind of Gideon joking around but I do think that you know he's right about something though he is the only president who is really taking on our problems with China everybody else seems it's just one of her other handsome Sir okay let trying to steal our intellectual property let them manipulate the currency let them not sell our goods are in China he's right to do something about China is he not rich it absolutely is and it's something I given credit for it where the consensus on the lead consensus on both sides was there's really not much to be done about it for a very long time and I was far that consensus too and I I think he he is lightly shaking the conventional wisdom on on China and open a lot of people died including my own I just skeptical of terrorists as a tactic I think they would've been different ways to go about it and what we're seeing now at least to some extent terrace yeah they they hurt the other guy they also hurt you and if you if you're a really strong economic position which it seems like we were for awhile and it seems like you're playing with house money yet go out with the terrorists but then if the tears begin to flow your own growth and and begin to lease raise the possibility of a a slowdown a recession then you're no longer playing with house money and then becomes a tactic that that you lose leverage over over cause is clearly hurting you too all right richer book the case for nationalism is coming out in the fall make the case for nationalism at a time when a lot of the liberal elites especially one of the more internationalist then they want to be nationalised yeah yes I I think it nationalisms really misunderstood term it's part of the fabric of this country and what made it great our revolution was nationalised the civil war in Lincoln were nationalist FDR was a nationalist his own way Reagan was a nationalist and his own way so it's it's a powerful and natural force and the Democrats really stupid to turn their back on it it's private trump had lost touch with it which I think is a bad thing and it's just the people want to govern themselves and put their their own interests first because they feel more natural connection to their countrymen and and that's just that's just the reality that's just human nature and it's it's foolish to try to to reject it or turn your back on it Hey Richard in our final many here I'm gonna ask about the the gun control debate trumps kind of boxed himself in here by saying he was in favor of background checks and I always kind of equivocating so what we're is a go well I don't think any universal background check law is gonna pass I think it's sick a similar dynamic after parkland where an initially he says our gonna do some when you do something we do background checks and then people get to him and say well it would would make any difference one and two it really be politically bad for you and I think both of those things are too true and when the reality hits him on that he he backs off and we we have already very robust regime a background checks I think the idea that he has floated that is worthy that I hope actually does pass to get signed as a so called red flag law where you where you at people near someone who's disturb can go to a judge a petition for that person to be denied the right to have a gun I think that would make a difference in some of these cases unfortunately nothing is gonna at and this phenomenon and highly all right rich Lowry editor of the National Review look for his book in the fall the case for nationalism thanks rich thanks a lot take it easy when we get back who are the top paid actors in Hollywood we have the list and here is the bizarre story of the day a senior citizen orgy help I'm great with your W. 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"berman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
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"berman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Berman this morning on CNN making stuff up just making things up. Adding words, names, and people to the phony, fake story to make it sound like it's really scary. Both of Ricky overnight, the American president, essentially invited Russia and any other foreign intelligence service. It feels like if to attack the twenty twenty election. Wow. That is just not even close to what happened, not even close to the truth. These invited Putin and any other country as he put the word essentially, which he thinks gives him out to what tamper with our twenty twenty elections. This is this is what he said, this is what passes for journalism at CNN. It's an absolute disgrace. John berman. He's, he's a democrat. And let's now the president again said, what Norway, and he's talking about meeting with the French and the British and the Irish and, and here comes Berman in from the Oval Office. For now. Here announced set of Russia has any on his opponents. He would be willing to listen. That's not what he, he didn't announce that he didn't say that. And that's just and where did Russia come into it? They're just leaving everything out of it except Russia, because they're demented. I mean, honestly, they have they have mental issues, and, and they're so obsessed with Russia. Now. You know what's his name? The Putin operative, George Stephanopoulos. He teed up. Well, what if Russia or China, you know, honestly, the Democrats and the media, but I repeat myself have been doing Putin's worked for them for the last two years. They're the ones that took the information operation that, that baton and have been running with it for two years. And it was all fake. It was all now, we know it all to be fake, but on CNN today, they're still selling the Russian conspiracy. Then they played a sound bite of President Trump, where they deliberately cut out his reference to Norway, and the other stuff. Four.
"berman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Berman. Sports play. All right, Phil. We'll start pardon me in the NBA raptors and Sixers at the half of game three and the Sixers lead by double digits, sixty four fifty three quite a battle between Joel and beaten Kawhi Leonard too high scores for each team and beat as eighteen points and seven rebounds Kawai has seventeen points for Toronto. Of course the series tied at a game of peace. Sixers lead it by eleven they're apt to have it's sixty four fifty three. Elsewhere James harden practiced on Thursday, he'll be able to play in Saturday's game against the warriors. Of course, having trouble with the is the blurred vision after being hit by Draymond green Portland's mo- Arcus questionable for game three of that series. With an ankle sprain. Celtics president Danny aines has suffered a mild heart attack. The sixty year old age expected to make a complete recovery. The nets de ngelo. Russell was stopped at a New York airport was found to have marijuana in his bag. He was issued a summons to appear in court. All right, turning our attention now to hockey they played two periods of game four in Columbus. And the Bruins lead the blue jackets two to one. Of course, Columbus leads the series two to one birds Ron posture knocked the goals for Boston Pinera in for Columbus. Again, heading to the third period. Bruins lead to two one in game. Number four coming up at the top of the hour. It is also a game four out west between the sharks and the avalanche from Denver, San Jose. Of course, leads the series two games to one. I'm Jay Berman. This is Jim Rome. We are talking to the biggest names in all sports in the jungle. Tomorrow at noon eastern, nine Pacific on CBS sports radio CNN..
"berman" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Berman and michael riedel in the morning kevin tran w o good morning everybody you know when we were just talking about the fiftieth anniversary of the odd couple strikes me that we're a bit of an odd couple i'm funny and fast and smart and clever really yes runner clever the way my whip shaw mind works lynn and me what am i i went to syracuse i was gonna say went to columbia no man he was five beta kappa at columbia and magnitude loud i must say so yourself well and i'm also modest did i throw modesty as well and don't hurt yourself patting yourself on the back tony thing what did i do to piss off the autograph playbill for you all right so muller and trump headed for a showdown it has emerged of the washington post broke the story yesterday that muller speaking to trump's lawyers threatened to subpoena the president in his hunt for russian collusion lynn so do we know if he's going to make good on his threat you may not have to because trump keeps saying i wanna talk to him i think he'd be nuts to talk to him so i think probably have to well we know what he's going to ask him because the questions fifty questions were leaked to the new york the white house.
"berman" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The pitch on her purring is simply perfect nice on i know berman and michael riedel in the morning we're so i still i still get the red envelopes because you can't get everything stream for example there are a lot of foreign movies that i like that i can only get when i ordered them and the little red envelope from net flicks the problem is though i get them and i never get around to watching them so i have a an italian movie marriage italian style it's called great so feeler and i think i've had that red envelope with the dvd in my house for about nine months i it doesn't matter you can keep it as long as long as you want you just pay the monthly fee and i do stream stuff i mean i stream a lot of movies that i like long there because i can't get a marriage style streaming it so i have it it's part of my permanent collection now because i have not mailed it back yet to netflix so i'm gonna keep my subscription to get those rare movies that you can't stream online.