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"bill martin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"To have bill Martin on either joins the four thirty Larry Baer five Steve Kerr five thirty so we'll have plenty of time to get into a few things for the first couple hours of the show and then we'll be talking hoops I was gonna say weather but with bill if you could go any which way and I'm sure well and talk a little baseball ancillary bear bear is heard from Major League Baseball and what they're gonna try to do and what is the odds are on the on the plan Jennifer what's going on what is going on Hey guys don't just watch the raiders coach what year of my original when it did okay again no spoilers I don't know Herrington looks like he's a third shot into thirteen being that a great effort but yeah I don't know what the I know you're this one is I don't think so here five visit it's Jake it's golf on TV that's pretty cool a twenty twelve twenty twelve there is no is way off twenty and find the narrative yeah it is you know what I feel like things are right right now I just turned on my shoulder and it's a TV on and it's got the masters odds of don't know if that feels pretty good paideia my member for a Phil Mickelson on Easter Sunday maybe the more my one way more memorable masters watching him get that thing done what a great tournament but man the this year we get it November we'll see that course in November in which the courses can look quite a bit different by the way in November I don't know with what it's gonna look like I mean look the shadows all different so what we're used to the shadows that coming down the the home stretch is it's going to be I don't know what it's gonna look like because we've never seen it in in November and I'm kind of excited to see it in November and again if everything works out lake.
"bill martin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Your computer yet they're they're all right you're on bill Martin go all right it's gonna be warmer inland could be cooler on the coast you know we got some we get marine layer we got a little marine layer I mean you're covered right you're covered if you're middle if you would hope that our friend bill Martin did not hear you basically say you can do his job half and not a lot I don't think you will bill Martin coming for you in the streets so now which would you want to be is a a weatherman in either San Diego or Hawaii no those are places where you can do your job as a weather man and have some illicit substances in your body or still have have booze coursing through your system all everybody the trade winds will cool you off in the afternoon enjoy your mai tai no it's our weather is good day and things are starting to heat up the we'll get to this now before time gets here and he groans and rolls his eyes is Tom Brady thing is not losing steam by any stretch of the imagination no high now people are still talking about it and until we get to the free agency period which starts what is it on the eighteenth sometime within the next week and a half two weeks I forget exactly what it is until it is all said and done Tom Brady being a San Francisco forty Niners that is going to continue to be a talking point let's give you the guest list here Howard Beck will join us we'll talk some NBA with Howard Beck of bleacher report the tubs kit which last night what was it they were down to ten at the half and held Denver who was just ice cold from Honda moneyline I think there were three of twenty holding diverted nineteen points in the fourth quarter one of the year yeah I was without a doubt absolutely right before Steph comes back so I mean it lists and all those guys and we think about the war your players at the that are currently on the roster and and had a bunch of unheralded guys and I guess maybe in the case of Andrew Wiggins job that to certain extent was was on wanted to buy Minnesota they showed and they proved last night weekends with with the game where he had ten assists obzira paschal was was the big story but tell the warriors just a big team win last night and Steph is tracking for return on Thursday we will talk to Steve Kerr about that our weekly conversation with with the warriors boss it'll be at five thirty lance Zierlein of NFL dot com we'll get into other draft him obviously the Tom Brady to the niner our free agency rumors lane zero I will join us at three thirty and we'll talk to John shall be there for his friends call him Boog hopefully we'll have a nice of conversation where we can be friends and call and but John Shelby play by play voice doing baseball on ESPN he will join us at five of the clock I want to ask so doing the morning show at once as John Shyam B. question and he said man that's just an asinine question am history that you have an adult as a question I don't remember but ever I we we joked about it like every time we had Amman after John that's just an asinine comment right there you know it's it's when you that's a very aggressive word would you would you say I mean that's a very very big you don't ever might have been an asinine question but you know I'm I'm known to ask a few with somebody drops has an unknown you they're doing it to prove a point except because there is no reinstated there is no ambiguity when it comes to the usage of the word asinine is asinine and everybody knows what it is even if you can't spell it you know what it is yeah yes so anyway but A. Bucshon bees get in and we'll we'll talk on the ball with him and and you saw the latest on Tyler Beatty he's got a flexor strain in a UCL sprain doctor can ask ask is who he did the MRI and now they're seeking second opinions and I really hope for the giants sake that you know that that's not that that's just early spring whatever cobwebs and you know rustiness whatever he shakes it off and whatever I hope it's nothing structural or big timer or something that's gonna be career altering or season altering because man I mean Tyler Beatty but yeah anytime you start talking about that both start talking about young guys too I mean you know pardon me for being pessimistic about it but until I get it whatever word for whatever doctor that now no it's in essence nothing I can't help but to think that it's something yeah now I now I now we have a chance on the tube tonight actually five o'clock there on TV on the MLB network Johnny Cueto Clayton Kershaw giants Dodgers from wherever the Dodgers train where the Dodgers surprise are good years as a sounds like a happy place I'm from surprise obviously not a very happy which is which is why they dumped everything into the name probably one of these places we name this place to give the impression that everything's good here surprise for more lead known as desert wasteland but now let's go with some surprise from camelback ranch there at camelback ranch tonight Cueto in Kershaw five o'clock MLB network I don't know why I'm teasing that's will be on opposite that but we'll tune will tune it in and and talk giants but hopefully hopefully the BT thing is not much I did see Bruce Jenkins articles saying that he thinks the giants my bill to finish second in the division and that's very very optimistic there were a bunch of things would have to break right including Johnny Cueto being you know Johnny Cueto of old but their you know its baseball and weird things happen and I'm not saying that it's going to happen to me it looks more like a seventy win team maybe a seventy five win team I love my members but that sounds like early spring training optimism yeah when World service and and that's the thing about spring training you're always optimistic I was like right you can always see a path to the playoffs you know in in in March and in February it's just it's just I don't know just the way the sport works but if Johnny is good if smiley in gauze men round out the rotation if you know some surprise like a BT or jelly or some young arm comes alive you know if two or three live arms you know they show themselves in the in the bullpen you know if they can find out field if there is a lot of ifs if they're veterans can bounce back or if their guys they brought in to platoon with their veterans that do bonds and you know Jaylen Davis and you know Wilmer Flores if these guys can can produce what else that's a lot if tomorrow let's get a look at traffic sponsored by you a local union three nine three you a local union three nine three represents thousands of construction workers in the plumbing pipe fitting in HVAC our service technician feels throughout the South Bay the building right the first time over one hundred and fifteen years there may still be an accident in Hayward I can definitely tell ya there's still slow traffic from the children autobody traffic deaths so the rep was north eighty north of Winton on the shoulder maybe in the center divide because I saw southbound slowing as well in any case it is heavy from all Rado Boulevard now almost all the way to a street and southbound is slow approaching a street as you travel the Santa Cruz mountains that jams up in the southbound direction that's gotten worse actually seventeen a from of the cats now out to Idyllwild indeed jam up through Vallejos gotten worse as well eastbound eighty from twenty nine to redwood that says you come away from the Carquinez fan and an accident has cleared from the upper deck on your way into San Francisco but it was there a while and now the metering lights recycling very heavy up the incline freeze up after the centre anchorage crossing the bay bridge traffic sponsored by park MGM centrally located in all of the excitement of the strip park MGM presents a fresh spin on the Vegas resort experience from A. list entertainment offerings and dining options like Italy's culinary escape the generous accommodations and unmatched rates discover more at park MGM a very familiar voice giants fans come out against the Astros in their bank their their twenty seventeen World Series when pulling a tainted whose voice religion or just a second.
"bill martin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I don't even know that it's fair to call that Russian Russian the I mean you got a call that Moscow bill Martin and have they ever run out of steam here this is a troll bright young I don't know if the door moniker it's Metallica with that right there jam and I think I'm done with it right event thank you Daniel they'll be taken out by the way then we have Daniel for one more day on Friday than we had down to Miami he would tell me can't wait to get down to my the data Miami's South Beach hang out with the with the fellas Rogan have some dinner together me drinks watch out for the Burmese pythons man I wish I could go I would say go I've been Askin abandoned them and barged into that that went into Doug's office and grows up as I demanded then they would let me go so decides they now now you know how much you might as Larry that you're making light of the fact that even if they ask you to go you wouldn't go I don't know what you're talking about I wanted to go it was a very perturbed that I couldn't go to my only got it wouldn't even go to leave I stayed at all I love Miami the hello my name is miss rap about Miami I love them so much I look very little is one of my favorites well my favorite awful Stefan fan not really I thank you very much to him the guys tomorrow does that we were down he was raised in a winning means of candles.
"bill martin" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"Then ford goes to zero and that's fine find you can short forward forever if it doesn't you still have the thesis that tesla goes zero so it's kind of a nice pair trading short both those but the one that looks kind of beauty four. I have to wait till twenty twenty. I feel like all these coming out late. Twenty twenty is the other latronic maker riviera and they have a beautiful looking s._u._v. and pickup truck. Although it's somehow it's like a hundred grant and i'm holding out holding out for the old school gas remake of the ford bronco. I'm nervous after toyota kind of massacre the f j cruiser and it looked like a giant inflated loaf of bread. It was such a bummer so hopefully we'll see if it comes out or not so we'll see it'll be fun to see that play out the car or spaces you see so much. Tesla's almost like china you see people lined up on one side of the other almost never inbetween time back to earlier part of our conversation. I got into it a little a bit in a friendly way with musk on twitter talking about short lending when of course is coming from the standpoint that it's great for investors and hughes coming from standpoint that it's very in a furious and somehow come into doing manipulate stocks but anyway with all due respect. I mean elon musk has been the biggest manipulator to talk about shorts. You not only <hes> you know his take private offer but if you go back we like to track insider filings you go back and look at some of the filings where he was buying castle stock last year sure we think actually a lot of those transactions happening the pre-market and he was running the price up in the pre market not economic buying in the traditional sense. He was certainly only trying to manipulate so he's the last guy should talk in my opinion but it seems like as a board you would want to say hey look. Here's the deal you're just not allowed on twitter. The internet allowed to be trading trading. These security is just focused on running the company. I don't know what do i know all right so we talked about a lot of names. I wanna kinda start to wind down onto the few other topics. I think are interesting. You've built a very successful hedge fund in a world where that's been hard to do. It's been a headwind. It's been almost a graveyard for your style of fun in the past decade and so we always say on this podcast that biggest compliment you can give not just anyone in the asset management business but also just in general life and businesses surviving talk to me a little bit about the challenges of running running a fund. You guys have had just periods where you just destroying yet. I mean i think looking at the founding your business you had like five or six years in a row or beat the s._n._p. But also there's times as any manager style strategy whatever underperforms as well and how you guys kind of wade through those periods i know what was it twenty when he seventeen. Maybe was <hes> more challenging versus having a bounce back here in two thousand eighteen when the market was done poorly. How do you kind of wade through those periods is a fund manager manager any advice for the the younger crowd or people trying to do it on their own looking at their monthly quarterly statements. I think that kinda compliment in there so thank you <laughter> yeah it is. I mean look you build almost billion dollar business in a time. When a lotta brethren have gone away the dodo thank you for me. Compassion and love and i like any pursuit in life. You need to have that passion and this is this is what i love to do. I wake up in the morning and the markets even on the top of days they fire armie up and <hes> if you earn actually curious. It's just a fantastic business so you gotta have that. I think that's super super important for us. I think being in princeton it's nice advantage..
"bill martin" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"You know we've seen the tassels before we've seen the carvings advantage before and what have you but anything happened in the interim stops volatile and short-squeezes and everything else that can happen in the markets and so we really try to thi- solutions that in order to have persistency and durability the manage volatility have room to add us editions except they go against you or favorable whoa development start to play out but also at the same time having a disciplined to cover positions when they get too big and you can't sleep well at night expand on that idea position sizing because the short side despite fight the fact even if you had a short stock that you just knows going out of business. I think you just said you know how the story ends like. There's almost like unquestionable like in the meantime time. Anything can happen so you do say look. We're going to do these forty fifty positions. They're all gonna be half percentage or like. What's the thinking about how to actually position size. Does that is what a lot of people get into trouble with for sure sure for up. A really big position on the short side is around five percent. I'd say middle of the fairway for offices says in that hundred and fifty to two hundred and fifty basis point range but there's a lot of names in the book that are fifty seventy five steps where we're just getting started. We get a feel for how they trade and and and we will just like the long side and we really take a strategic viewpoint with these names and we know how he's gonna end or we like to think we know how we're gonna end and walk to be around them for multiple years so we like to get a feel for how they trade really understand the company and when the right developments play out he won't oppress them so you know we made a lot of money a few years back on valiant and that was a situation where we hung around that stop for a couple of years and when it started to work we made it larger numerous times in the way down and so i think that's really key he having that flexibility in that long term mindset on the short side i was listening to an old interview with china's recently where they always mentioned the concept of like well you can never you make more than a hundred percent on your shorts whereas longs are uncapped therefore. You should never be a short seller but he was like well. Actually you can continue to increase your position size. As it goes down in which case you can make more which was interesting takeaway but there's certainly upside challenges to some of these can move against you. Have you had any he's short experiences that have gotten particularly painful as we look back on it not not to get into the painful stuff early but as we think about shorting it's just i feel like it's so hard hard and so hard to do well and you guys have been looking through the numbers under short book and and how it's done over the years and it's pretty impressive. I know a lot of funds claim to be good at shorting shorting or that. That's a value add but you guys seem to have actually done it. What are some of the biggest challenges when these move against you. How'd you kind of deal with those situations but you asked me if i've ever pat him on the short side. I'm over here lapping so like last week or today <hes> it is part of the game and again. That's why we really take a diverse approach and we have a lot of names and i just find if you're spending too much time fixating on an individual physician and you're waking up each day worried about how that stops going to act and trade. It's just just too big and so if you had a lot of camotes frauds pipeline names that make no sense but they're small enough it allows me to have that emotional neutrality which i think is so so key one recent example which we're very proud of and it's probably the worst actor we've ever seen on the short side but we were short for almost five years or company called insys therapeutics this this is the company that was effectively bribing doctors to prescribe sentinel which is a very very powerful opioid that is primarily used for cancer breakout pain. The case of this company ninety percent of their prescriptions.
"bill martin" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"It really was just born out of my passion and love for the markets and immediately got online. I saw the potential for the technology and ended up starting a company around it. Walk us through it so you're sitting there probably in the old dorms or somewhere and trading stocks during finance one zero one. Maybe ed burdens economics class. I don't know but so what was in order for the idea. How did you develop. It gives a little history lesson in that company sure i mean i was one of those guys who got the stock market bugged early. I bought my first stock when when i was ten years old and so i went to college at u._v._a. I very much wanted to go to wall street. I had been online for a few years at this point. This is kinda mid late nineties. He's didn't realize it was quite as early as it was. I ended up interning goldman sachs one summer and that's when it struck me that people didn't know the internet they didn't know the technology and that there was a business opportunity so we literally started the business in our dorm real time stock quotes charts data and kind of financial twitter today community and the community piece was really key particularly in the late nineties and this was like what could have been seen as one of the first social sort of investment communities if not the first but so he came up the idea the tech guy. Were you building it out yourself. Did you work with some people. How'd you eventually get get excitement at drum up all the users why found as as an entrepreneur you need to be a little naive about the challenges and difficulties and we were young and naive and that very much to our benefit. I was never a programmer but i knew do the technology and was fortunate to have some friends who are really good coders and really gonna technology side and ended up partnering with a good friend of mine who grew up in new jersey. Here's another good friend of mine who went to school v._a. Also and i started to business and that young and naive kinda work for us so i would have been an engineer near in the engineering school. I imagine i was probably on your website during class. I mean i remember we used to have professors that were literally. I don't know if they were trading stocks. During class where they're definitely checking quotes actually remember my first computer connected to the internet was when i went to virginia as aw man as is the crappiest compaq you've ever seen in the world and i remember getting on the internet internet and just like what do i even do here. What do i search remember sort search denver broncos anyway late nineties. This booming bubble was a lot of fun. <hes> you start start the company get some traction and then you decide to go full time right. You said enough of this charlottesville. I'm going to crank on this companies that kind of how it went charlottesville..
"bill martin" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Why would you reached out from behind say you can do this? But you can't do that. Well, it's pressure that I'm talking about the pressure to stifle to censor any type of push toward a conservative agenda. People have come in and said if you don't aid us in doing this. We're gonna we're gonna work against you. I don't know how you threaten chase Bank. They own everything. But the people at the top there strata progresses and purchasing this from the angle of the second amendment. They wanted his arm you because they are progressives. And they don't think you should have any means by which to defend yourself at any level that not just against them. If they come to do something to you. And progressives always ended up coming to you at some point to do something to every progressive government has done that everyone. Do you think that the progressives? If they get their power play run out in America will be any different. How could it be? It's part of what they do. I mean, it's. Oh that conspiracy theory nutcase nobody's going to do anything like they did in Cambodia Russia or Germany here. Now. Again that he's nuts. Really? What made those societies nuts such that? We're not nuts. It's because the progressives got all the power when they do they start saying, it's always it's always the case when they do they start saying, hey, we have all the power. You know, these people over here that are resisting. What we want to do with the government. We don't have to worry about getting voted out of office. We could just what we could. We could kill them. All somebody says that at some point. Somebody says that at some point. That's the main reason I don't want you have a weapon, they don't want you in any way. And they know they can take you down with their Apache helicopters or there surrounding your as in Randy Weaver surrounding your house with the five thousand swat agents and. Dave Charest, they can do that. But they don't want. They don't want any resistance. They want none zero. So they want you disarm. They also want to disarm you because they want you to feel feel disarm. They want you to feel helpless. They want you pretty much begging. Oh, that's crazy. Theranos nuts there. He goes again. He's just getting people excited. He's trying to start trouble. The things he says, I can't believe the things he says. I I love to go back in touch. Liz, Liz, isn't even in government anymore. But at one point she was mayor. Oh. Wow. Yeah. The house of reps or whatever the house in Michigan. Oh, oh, you get the point. Anyway. Yeah. They they they want to do you harm? That's what it's all about. The progressives. Wake up in the morning and say I want to go out and do some people how they do to a certain segment of the population. They want to do harm to the people who support the National Rifle Association by progressives. I'm talking about the people that have the mindset out of Hollywood and the media the the school system, academia, where they think that you are insane to have any kind of means by which Joe hurt somebody them in general they Bill marr the other day. Really nailed it and said exactly what I'm saying. But he said it in kind of obvious for scoring skated. I've I've you fiscal Tori way of making up order anyway. He came out and said that you as a middle American are nothing, but a knuckle dragging Luddite unsophisticated dirty. You don't know anything about what good stuff is or anything. That's cool. And you want to be like him, and you want to be like him and the people he hangs out with Bill Martin who's who's Bill Maher. Who cares what dome ours? But the point is he's showing you on full frontal display, the progressive mindset, the progressive mindset, they think they're better than you. Then think hey, I'm just like that guy can do whatever he wants. I'll do what I want leave me alone. I'll leave him alone. No. No, no. That's what conservatives think. That's what conservatives thank by just get the hell out here. Do what I wanna do. They don't want that they want it to be. Well, I I don't think I like what you're doing. And I want to change it. I want to change what you're doing. Now, you're doing danger hazardous things of the community. If you're dumping Dak signing lake a dachshund lake. I get that. I get that. Yeah. We're can have that happened that that's not what we're talking about here, but individual personal freedom owning land deciding I don't want to put my kid in the school system. You have to the progressive say you have to right now. They're truancy laws. You better come up with excuse to you're putting your kid somewhere else on the public school that they have deemed acceptable. But you can't make that call you'd have any freedom. I the example I love to go back to because it really really makes sense. And I don't have an issue. It's not that. I'm trying to do this. Oh, I ran up against this once. Oh, yeah. Many years ago, I ran up against a psychotic municipality where I put a fence up around a property. And it was I think it was eight foot four inches and the psychotic behind me got pissed off about it. And he said you've gone against the ordinance outer he got the city officials to red tag me to shave foreigners over that. Yeah. Now that it's not that I have a grudge against that. It just seems absurd. That anybody can tell me if I want to put a fence up or not on a property that I own, but that I know that I don't really own it. I got that. I got that extensively. You do. So you get the point. Now. That's that's that's the the benign, the really really let's say existential threat is that they own you to where if they think that they want to do a Randy we've run you or David Koresh on you. They'll do it or alien Gonzalez on you. They'll do it. They'll come in. They'll say you're going down. And that's why they want you completely disarmed. So that you. Even think about doing something that would lead them to want to do that or have to do that in the first place. This makes sense to be better. Now, I'm thinking at this point. A lot of the people. That would swing by this radio show already know what I'm talking about. I know that we preach to the choir much on when because we're conservative radio. This is southeastern Michigan's real conservative radio station. You get some of this stuff on the other shows purveyed other stations, but not much not much, and they don't ever hit it like we hit it here. We would like a rented mule. And again, I'm I'm telling you that you'd better get busy. If you think you want to get some type of a weapon, just for no other reason because you want it. See there's another aspect that nobody ever talks about. Why do you need an AR fifteen because I want one. You shouldn't have one who the hell? Are you? Tell me who who are you. Anyway. Who? I'm a city council member and the People's Republic van Arbor. You don't need a weapon and fire thirty rounds as fast as you can pull a trigger. That's insane. Yeah. Who who are you? Why would you make a call like that? Who gives a damn what you think I got elected. Yeah. Okay. So what? So what you read the second amendment constitution that stupid. Well, you probably are probably a, and I know you're that progressive to read it and look the other way again, we'll get into how. You need to act fast because you're probably going to have some type of prescription stuck on you buying certain things. Let's say go into a store, and you wanna get a machete. Let's take it out of the firearms by machete. Well, what would you need that for? Well, I might have to make my way through some jungle in the backyard. Well, what you get. Could get cut down stuff in the back yard without getting a permit. If you're gonna do it. We need to know about it. Words of terrifying times. Now as I said, I scared somebody on Facebook because I said that we're talking about. The whole gun. Grab thing in the state of Michigan. How the Republicans have been completely laughable.
"bill martin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Want to be available on monday night we'll have brad singleton at eight and we will have bill martin at nine let's keep it rolling geronimo up in maine hey geronimo how are you how you doing great toronto here's here's the grinding me having to be institutional memory for an entire nation here we go over the past three years well candidate and president trump initiated the conversation about runamuck migrants invasion and the need for a two thousand mile border wall which mexico should pay for two things amazement four mexican presidents one current three former exhibited fantastic audacity and immoral ingratitude to aggressively refused to every pay for the border wall with a obscene vincente fox repeatedly using the f word well swearing off welcoming his f bombs with a least obscene aspect of his relevance to this which leads to the other amazing thing during the three years dialogue nobody among the candidates advisors federal government employees past presidents think tanks mainstream news media and alternative press nobody remembered the most salient folk to the border wall something issue and that's this in the late nineteen nineties clinton second term without seeking american taxpayers permission president bill clinton and the congress dips into our treasury and to gaze gave not loaned gaze at least fifty five billion dollars to mexico to bail out mexico's currency and economy the obscenely ungrateful hands that officially took the fifty five billion dollar tax dollars bail out was none other than mexican president vicente fbomb fox now can you calculate a cost basis equation to find out how much fifty five billion dollar loan payback with total bouncing the interest rates of the late nineteen ninety s twenty years of interest in principle at least one hundred and ten billion thank you and i would take me another two minutes and tell you what that would pay for it but it would solve a whole lot of problems geronimo you get it all in he was well prepared thank you my friend have a great weekend and i've tried getting treatment therapy the agency just won't do it and everybody says go to perkins and as you know perkins has changed they used to help the seniors and now they only help the younger blind people i i agree with tom on moratorium for him but that's what grinds my gear thanks talk to you have a great night.
"bill martin" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Market for a new travel agent i'm looking for someone with a lot of discretion coming back in a secret basically and keep my travel plans to themselves i was hoping being able to put me in touch with attorney general peter kilmartin guy to get a hold of travel agents because you never know where that guy is so if you could call me back i'd appreciate it just looking for mr bill martin all right thank you very much hello i am three thousand marla i am very modern you'll when i i am going to buy oral what's wrong people next mature camera shy wpro also your shorten all right tells me salvator calling into the line and putting a speed camera outside wpro can't have that.
"bill martin" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Absolutely jim oh but again i mean that's it was great to see the the the u of m faithful that we saw it there last night for the game but i mean if they're already sold out or ticket prices are that high already man that's his it's a wonderful sign of things to come for tomorrow it's it's i mean it's supposed to be a step a better game different things like that so i mean yeah i'm thinking why whitney be you know i guess i'm not out there so i'm not buying a ticket i thought they just gave you one unofficial mary van arbor here the plane ride out there you get the free tickets to put us on a plate i you know what i like flying because the only time i've ever been on a plane his with you so i assume that's how you that's how you get everywhere why but i do it because it's necessary sometimes you gotta i mean you can't get across you can't get around if you if you didn't sometimes venture out sometimes the athletic director wants to ride home with you on the plane ride home and so you got to sit on the bathroom on the way home which is what i had to do when you and i were on that flight that one one time that we forget that how am i gonna forget that warren bill martin despite we'll make room for you that is funny i gave you river that forget that man going down to penn state that was just a little bit of fun we started nike please do you remember seeing the nike plenty.
"bill martin" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"The don't you i will give you you don't you give i will give you afternoon welkom while ninety four nine the number one hit music station my name is really by the way that key work without his bank bank right now two two hundred two hundred of course all week been extremely rainy just curious are you like this when it comes to the rain last night me and my homey song we were going to hang out there a fashion show apparently inside macy's on a barrel and i get off i get off air last night at seven i call him have you have you seen outside i'm like well should we should we still go he's like now let's just hang tomorrow this report is brought to you by lows kt chief meteorologist bill martin the forecast for your.
"bill martin" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The swell wasn't right and then yesterday they want to have it they they forecast to it but we knew the south wins weren't gonna be good for it and in fact they were yesterday would've been all time if those wins hadn't been south yesterday would have been gosh i think maybe the best that would have been the biggest bigwig contest ever maverick i think exclaimed who was the don't now we're down to bill martin a joins us occasionally on fridays set the tone for the weekend uh what the so what are the winds have to do with it like why why would winds if the waves are big why why would the wind coming from a certain direction have an impact on what they're able to do out there we near you you are you waterski when you're a kid and now i did okay so yeah okay so john you know when you're waterskiing what are you spend your time looking for looking for glass you looking assu surfacetosurface conditions when the wind is blowing sh in this case it was a little child or a little west when the wind blowing towards the beach textures the surface of the water made it creates a bomb and now bob on a on a on a big swell in odd with a significant win tend to twenty could be a couple of feature she's now it's just choppy okay and now it's hard to get the board speed up the momentum plus when the winds blowing out offshore or novel and then all the way can stand up and break when the wins pushing it over bowling on short it pushes over the way it becomes if he's just called blown out we go guys you scott victory it see when you literally you're not you're not catch away because the ways don't have a chance the wave at the with actually holds the waves up especially the big waves so ways that aren't makeable uh on a regular day when the widgery not even existed our become very maker boeing hollow on an offshore day on when the winter going from land to see so the windsor everything windsor windsor the.
"bill martin" Discussed on WTMA
"In the financial markets and in the economic mark we can't go back to what the structure was thirty or forty years ago we can't go back in monetary policy where the central bank now hogan work behind the scene rather than in front of scene back in the early postwar period so be chairman of the federal reserve with bill martin bill martin was known in wall street but bill martin was not known in maine street today that chair up the federal reserve isn't recognized everywhere because of the importance that the federal reserve plays in our financial system and we have played a much more quiet role years ago today they chairperson of the federal reserve is regarded much more importantly linda secretary of the treasury new puerto for example uh that's an important change structural change arab from what we saw in the past and this transparency that we've seen grow under the chairs of ben reneiski and now janet yellen a a c change henry as you know a sea change for us to have been around a while in terms of transparency is this for the better no i don't i don't i don't think so this this this transparency is where every day it periodically vive chair of the federal reserve it is in front of a professor reviews what the feathers done submits a itself to a whole series of questions many of the governor's and that head of survey various regional banks are corking every other day about what is going on uh this is not better i i think the system function better when the fed was much more behind the scene rather in front of the scene and are we can't change uh it's in front of the scene because the financial markets have become more dynamic financial bought as war securitised instruments about a tradable the financial markets are being quoted every minute of the day uh in the in in the news and so on so we've gone pruitt structure change and unfortunately as i said in my book we can't go back home again well and you are right uh the the fed governors and fed bank presidents they've given new meaning to the the rubber chicken circuit uh they're out that air they're out there jabarin and yeah marin party much 247 all over the world does sometimes they travel to the.
"bill martin" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Financial markets henry in your book you drag out an old bromide day you can't go home again and you write a whole chapter on us give us a little color on at thought well there there they're there is a great longing i think in all over us that we'd like to go back in time to wear conditions the way conditions were thirty years ago forty years ago twenty years ago i think part of that is an associate asian where we got no older boy we would like to go back when we were younger and where twenty or thirty and in the financial markets in the in the economic mark it's we can't go back to what the structure was thirty or forty years ago we can't go back in monetary policy where the central bank now how could work behind the scene rather than in front of scene back in the early postwar period so the chairman of the federal reserve was bill maher bill martin was known in wall street but bill martin was not known in maine street today that chair and up the federal reserve is recognized everywhere because of the important that the federal reserve place in our financial system and we have played a much more quiet role years ago today they chairperson of the federal reserve is regarded much more importantly then under secretary of the treasury if were according to a cough uh that's an important change structural change era from what we saw in the past and this transparency that we've seen grow under the chairs of when anke and now janet yellen a a c change henry as you know a sea of change for us to have been around a while in terms of transparency is this for the better no i don't i don't i don't think so this this this transparency is where every it periodically vive chair of the federal reserve it is in front of a preferred reviews what the.
"bill martin" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Markets uh henry end your book q would drag out an old bro my day you can't go home again and you write a whole chapter on us give us a little color on i thought well there there are there there is a great longing i think in all her we'd like to go back in time to wear conditions we conditions worth thirty years ago forty years ago twenty years ago i think part of that is an association where we've got no older boy we would like to go back to when we were younger and where twenty or thirty and in in the financial markets in in the economic markets we can't go back to what the scripture was thirty or forty years ago we can't go back in monetary policy where the central bank hogan work behind the scene rather than in front of the scene back in the early post or period so beat chairman of the federal reserve with bill martin bill martin was known in wall street but bill martin were not known in maine street today the chairman of the federal reserve is recognized everywhere because of the important that the federal reserve claes in our financial system early played a much more quiet roll years ago today chairperson of the federal reserve is regarded much more importantly secretary of the treasury for example horton change structural change from what we saw in the past and this transparency that we've seen grow under the chairs of ben were nike and now janet yellen a c change henry as you know a sieve change for us have been around a while in terms of transparency is this for the better no i don't i don't i don't think so this transparency is where every it periodically vive share of the federal reserve front of prefer reviews what the feathers done took mitch a itself too old sherry who questions many of the governor go ahead of the various regional bangs bangsa corking every other day about what is going on this is not better i i think this is still function better when the fed was much more behind the scene rather in front of the scene now we can't change if in front of the scene because the financial markets have become more dynamic financial markets as more securitised instruments tradeable the financial markets are being quoted every minute of the day in the in in the.
"bill martin" Discussed on Talk Radio 101
"There is a great ordering i think in all of her house that we'd like to go back in time delaware conditions the way conditions worth thirty years ago two years ago with twenty years ago i think part of that is an associate shen where we got no older boy we would like to go back when we were younger and with twenty or thirty and in the financial markets in the in the economic mock as we can't go back to what the structure was thirty or forty years ago we can't go back in monetary policy where the central bank now hope could work behind the scene grabbed event in front of the scene back in the early postwar period so be chairman of the federal reserve with bill martin dumont was known in wall street but bill martin was not known in maine street today the chair man of the federal reserve in who recognized everywhere because of the important that the federal reserve glazed in our financial system and we have played a much more quiet role years ago today the chairperson of the federal reserve is regarded much more importantly then secretary of the treasury for for example that's an important change structural change era from what we saw in the past in this transparency that we've seen grow under the chairs of been reneiski and now janet yellen a a a seachange henry as you know a sea change for us to have been around a while in terms of transparency is this for the better no i don't i don't i don't think so vis vis vis transparency is where have ray it periodically vive chair of the federal reserve uh of the fed preview what the feathers done so much it it sell you a whole series of questions many of.
"bill martin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"When bill martin was chairman and the us government move to financing in the public sector uninhibited well the president didn't like that at the time because if the president who still use through the fixed financing that is going on in during world war two so at one time bill martin ran into the the president truman into and then waldo and the president went up to bill martin and said you are a traitor okay well i'm not in person sydney homer made him read out loud his classic book on bonds because as we all know here taylor rigs of team surveillance as reading out loud the entire see fake curricula coming as we speak we continue with dr kaufman this is bloomberg a commercial message from the chartered global management accounting program on your with our lean thomas from the american institute of cpas carleen did the skills that finance professionals developed through the cgi may program bring value to businesses if i look at the issue that to see if i always facing five years ago or even three years ago it is changing so fast that has to be surrounding his are herself with individuals matter in touch with every aspect of the business individuals that can think broadly are good communicators are good leaders who can combined business accu man with people skills of communication with leadership and be business partners and the skills that the cgi native outs by going through this comprehensive learning and assessment program are all about being abroad professional.