18 Burst results for "Bob Manning"
"bob manning" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"She planted it in his head and gamble. I don't make me stand down. No. Okay, Listen, I want to get way. Way way. I'm with you. Good morning, Bob. Man. Just get up. Wake up. Yes. You know that? Dad. Let's get up way about. Not right now. Okay, just like this one. Man, Mr..
Bob Glazer on the Importance of Putting Principles & Values Over Issues & Rules
"Bob man. I'm so excited that you here. Welcome dose of leadership. thanks richard. i'm glad i may work. Yeah me too crazy times elections over. Yeah kobe's is ramping up. Thank god thank. God believes that i think i think so too. I think there's I don't know for me. I think i lean more libertarian. And conservative and i'm not a fan of one of them wasn't but i i don't know i think it's kind of a best case scenario. Most where you if you get a republican senate and you got biden in now people can have to work for it right so i'm kind of happy for inert administration mark forces people to have to compromise this sort of approach of like up. It's our way time to punish in. You know you know get reprimands for reagan for. It's like no one knows who started it. We're going to do this because you did i. I mean there's gotta be some things that everyone can can agree on. And yeah i agree. I hope i hope that Over works out that people will just start to come together a little bit. I mean someone was telling me that like ronald reagan. Won forty nine states was reminding me of that and i was like i. I would never happen in my lifetime again. Forty nine states and he did and I don't know you know i. It is funny. How who else not funny. But i mean we've all talked about nauseam. How how the divisive everything is. But i think is particularly talking leadership you know the the obligations that we have you know. We were talking pre recording. That i encourage because i got a pretty diverse mastermind group with all political spectrums. Kind of reminds me when i looked back at my parents. They had this circle of friends and almost all of them have passed away but they were all newly married in the late fifties early sixties. I mean you had you know. Jfk democrats you had richard nixon republicans. You had catholics yet. Protestants yet Jews and they all twelve six couples and they did live together with my point. They always played bridge when cards. They would get together once a month but they did live together and they would argue about politics and kind of ribbing sort of way but they loved each other and that's what seems to be missing in all of this right. I don't know how we can get back to that kind of ideal like where my parents in their friends where they didn't talk. Politics didn't rule their lives and it seems like politics. Lose everything right. I mean funny. In that case politics was probably knocked the threat right it was. Oh these are good decent hard-working people who share sharon values. And and and you know. I just think we're moving from look. Leadership is a very values based thing rang moving from you know values to sort of just hard lines that can't can't be cross And and yeah it to me. It's just we're just ruining objectivity and it's insulting people's intelligence it's like black and black white isn't wait. I don't mean in the racial sense. I mean we all used agree like that's a circle. That's where and now like these things are. Just you know it's a it's if if one side looking at it it's not a square and if the other side looking at it circle and i to me like critical thinking like a really important skill and it's just it's degrading or i don't know where it's going critical thinking certainly has suffered and I don't know. And i think back if you know looking back to when my parents were newly married like said in that kind of jfk era. Yeah i mean the you you mentioned values and principles and i think that's what's missing. There is a shared value. You know even if you were democrat or republican red or blue or whatever. The there was a hierarchy. Now simple low. They precipitate low it. That's right that that is that is. That's what's worrisome to me and look at massachusetts right so we were one of those one the state. that didn't vote for ronald reagan. Wherever pretty blu ray. We've republican governor right now with a eighty five percent approval rating like. He's done a really good job on covid he's been out in front. Like people are judging him on his on his merits. And what he's done. And i think if you know if we were in the you know we we got hurt early on but you know. He's a conservative also worked in the health industry so he had interesting balance like if we were one of the worst states in the country i think people would be more upset right and again that to me is out rightful leadership issue. Not a political issue in this notion of how leadership in politics have gotten. Totally intertwined is fascinates. Me i. it's it's interesting
"bob manning" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"Those are great players and Jared Allen's our best diner another mistake. You're so right John about these players being the GM there they bring in DeAndre, Georgia. And for double-figure salary when he's way past his Prime and now he's a boy. He's going to be there every day every minute Center. How is that going to work out? I mean, I like these three players. I don't know part and I look and Irving can make this work but man the pieces around them the coaching staff all that stuff concerns and it's going to be awesome. They just want to play like wage. They just want to play like they want to have a fun fun time out there. Do they they want to change over to just want to have a fun time with their friends playing, you know, like pickup style basketball. I don't know. What's interesting too is if their divorce division the style of schedules this year the Celtics going to be playing Brooklyn more than usual. They're going to be playing Philly more than usual and Toronto Rondo interesting schedule. We want all the time. I want to play to run a couple times next year. I think you might I think you might see eight games between these different clubs. We every single one of Toronto fans. I just passed out there. I love to run want to choke awesome fence kind of plan. I can't believe they haven't satellite here. You don't even need a passport office over there playing New Jersey. Yeah, I love it. Yeah, right whoever wins the season series between the Raptors and Celtics gets bobby. Okay, that's it. You just get Javi. Okay, like post-game interview like Tatum going all this and that box. We got you the word man after this. I'm going to give Bob Manning his Celtics draft minute. And now we do have Isaac okoro as a name and Bobby you wrote about this both on Osceola honest media in Boston Sports Journal you talk to him you think this the guy that could be looking to trade up to try and get right now most mocks have it may be as high as six but somewhere in that eight to ten range. So there's some thought you'd have to trade up to about seven eight to have a shot to get them their birth. Is this a guy you like if they go up there? Is it worth all the pics and a guy like Hayward if this is the prize coming back or you like some other players too, but just talked about this a little bit and also anybody listening right now, If you want to ask any questions or throw some comments in we'll try to get to him in the last ten minutes here before we wrap it up. Well, of course you talk about your two steps back for step forward approach. He's that kind of guy. It's going to take some time for your shot to develop I'd imagine but yes everything else. I mean the the physical tools this guy's coming in and league with a pretty rare is 225 pounds already. He's got the same physique as Jimmy Butler Andre Iguodala and Jaylen Brown and he's 19 which is which is stunning like yeah. I mean, I wrote that in the story. I was like this guy's only nineteen nineteen years. So yeah, I'm excited about him the interesting thing that's going to happen here as you watch the draft tomorrow. Is that who who's going to go to the Cavaliers and number five? They like Acora they like, oh be tough and yep. I'd any that's a lot of ways that they could go there and I think you could potentially see whoever they don't pick their side to that..
"bob manning" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Here's your commercial aviation data point for this Monday. Almost 832,000 people passed through, say checkpoints yesterday. That's a lot, especially in this corona virus economy. We're just about every business that touches on air travel has been hit. Thing is that 832,000 is way down from the more than 2.5 1,000,000 people who flew a year ago yesterday. This has been all the most evidence with airlines coming back flights and getting ready the left tens of thousands of workers, but spare a thought, would you? For airports. We asked marketplaces are embarrassed to check in. Before the pandemic. The Missoula Montana Airport used to handle a couple 1000 passengers a day, then Kobe hit. Chris Johnson is the airport director. You could, you know, walk in and roll a bowling ball through the building and never hit anybody. It was really kind of surreal. On its slowest day, only 40 passengers pass through the Missoula airport. Now it's back to about half the traffic it had before the pandemic, but that means it's still bringing in a lot less revenue from airline landing fees. Passenger use fees parking Bob Man is an industry analyst. Every time you bought a meal at a terminal restaurant, or AH, newspaper or magazine at the newsstand or use a rental car. You're paying a fee to the airport. The trouble is, we're doing a lot less of that. These days. It's a bloodbath. And when it comes to stopping the bleeding airports are pretty much on their own essentially their their own financial ecosystems. They generate their own revenue. And with a few exceptions, revenues generated the airport have to stay at the airport. That's Janet generic, the author of Airports, Cities and the Jet Age. Some airports are trying to squeeze more revenue out of operations during the pandemic. At Orlando International Airport, CEO Phil Brown says that means handling different kinds of cargo. We're looking at a really tryingto raised the games you will for cargo to more have value cargo that needs to be delivered quickly. So Pharmaceuticals and personal protective equipment. For example, instead of packages for the Postal Service and FedEx, Missoula, Montana is airport took a different approach to weathering the downturn. Character, Kris Jensen says it was all about cutting spending. I don't believe there was a single point in our budget that wasn't impacted. So whether you're talking office supplies or personnel, we really went top to bottom. Left to right and and cut every possible category at the end of the day, so the only way airports are going to recover is a passenger aviation recovers America Baris for Marketplace. Coming up a stomach just kind of feels a little bit crazy and I tend to stiffen up anxiety and your finances but first, let's do the numbers. Industrial's up 3 57 today, one in 3/10 percent. 7 27,091 The NASDAQ dropped 42 points, just under 4/10 percent ended things that 9 10,068 the S and P 509 points, 2/10 percent landed at 33 63.6 million. That's how many gun background checks the FBI reports that process last month. That's up 80 0% over July of last year, all of that by way of background for some news about Smith and Wesson brands. The company is preparing to spin off its outdoor goods business from its firearms side a couple of weeks chairs and Smith and Wesson gained one and 4/10 percent of 1%. Remember that $765 million loan that we reported he's been Kodak was going to get from the federal government's sent shares skyrocketing? Well. Since then there have been allegations of security violations. Couple of law firms announced they may file suit today, the White House with kibosh on that launchers and Kodak. Underdeveloped today get it under developed almost 28%..
"bob manning" Discussed on KCRW
"Your commercial aviation data point for this Monday. Almost 832,000 people passed through, say checkpoints yesterday. That's a lot, especially in this corona virus economy. We're just about every business that touches on air travel has been hit. Thing is that 832,000 is way down from the more than 2.5 1,000,000 people who flew a year ago yesterday. This has been all the most evidence with airlines, cutting back flights and getting ready to lay off tens of thousands of workers. But spare a thought, would you For airports. We asked marketplaces aren't embarrassed to check in. Before the pandemic. The Missoula Montana Airport used to handle a couple 1000 passengers a day, then Kobe hit. Chris Johnson is the airport director. You could, you know, walk in and then roll a bowling ball through the building and never hit anybody. It was really kind of surreal. On its slowest day, only 40 passengers pass through the Missoula airport. Now it's back to about half the traffic it had before the pandemic, but that means it's still bringing in a lot less revenue from airline landing fees. Passenger use fees parking. Bob Man is an industry analyst. Every time you buy a meal at a terminal restaurant, or AH, newspaper or magazine at the newsstand or use a rental car. You're paying a fee to the airport. The trouble is, we're doing a lot less of that these days, you know and not show. It's a bloodbath. And when it comes to stopping the bleeding airports are pretty much on their own essentially their their own financial ecosystems. They generate their own revenue. And with a few exceptions, revenues generated the airport have to stay at the airport. That's Janet Bednarek, the author of Airports, Cities and the Jet Age. Some airports are trying to squeeze more revenue out of operations during the pandemic. At Orlando International Airport, CEO Phil Brown says that means handling different kinds of cargo. We're looking at a really tryingto raised the games you will for cargo to more have value cargo that needs to be delivered quickly. So Pharmaceuticals man Personal protective equipment, for example, instead of packages for the Postal Service and FedEx. Missoula, Montana is airport took a different approach to weathering the downturn. Director Chris Jensen says it was all about cutting spending. I don't believe there was a single point in our budget that wasn't impacted. So whether you're talking, you know, office supplies or personnel, we really went top to bottom. Left to right and and cut every possible category. At the end of the day, though, the only way airports are going to recover is a passenger aviation recovers America Baris for Marketplace. Coming up A stomach just kind of feels a little bit crazy, and I tend to stiffen up anxiety and your finances but first Let's do the numbers. Now Industrials 3 57 today one of 3/10 percent 7 27,091 The NASDAQ, though, dropped 42 points, just under 4/10 percent ended things a 9 10,068 the S and P 509 points, 3/10 percent landed at 33 60. 3.6 million. That's how many gun background checks the FBI reports that process last month. That's up 88 0% over July of last year on that, by way of background for some news about Smith and Wesson brands. Cos. Preparing to spin off its outdoor goods business from its firearms side a couple of weeks chairs and Smith and Wesson gained one and 4/10 percent of 1% today. Remember that $765 million loan that we reported he's been Kodak was going to get from the federal government's sent shares skyrocketing? Well. Since then there have been allegations of security violations. Couple of law firms announced they may file suit today, the White House put kibosh on that loan chairs and Kodak Underdeveloped today get it under developed almost 28%. You're listening.
"bob manning" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"You know what he makes a good point? Crawford gets the hate for Bob, man. We met at the hate. To hate for Eddie. This goes on strike. Brings up is because they came make the fight. They can't make the fight. That's why he talking to the media airline promoted he is promoting their gas were you're saying boxes seeing this make the favor you to fight the fight. They need to be trying to get this win. He ain't gonna promote eat. And. You saying that if they offer enough money to be shown either one talking about it. Danny three male, but one offer con- like they wack over there, man. They. Promoted this loan. Not being cheap. That's top ring diet. They not offer a dangerous fight of real money. So he could take the fight. They will all slaves shit. We are already heard Danny said he was busy. We, we had a call with this positive time that they had some schedule. So we know why Danny did. The money wasn't. Right. So my in your shorts. Or preface of that. What do you think that it's possible that if a sexy off comes through a fighter, the caliber of Danny cancels a fight with a fighter, the caliber of Granados, the pins? As long as it depends on good with that. You know, you say, that's all they're mad about all gotta do send the right money and they'll get the ponies man. Danny was coming up. So maybe he didn't get back on track. Maybe but let me tell you, if that money was. And this what I'm telling you. It takes a lot to come back. Takes a lot of the comeback from losses man. Danny Danny's back then. Any any good not like I said, and nobody. Granato Danny is back. And that's what we talk about. I bet I bet you got. Right. When right when trying to throw that left gaining on them with a straight, right? Let me see they can hook each other hook with a Hooker. See you later. Alligator. Tell tell tale Crawford do that. That's all raise profile right, there, whoop out the roof. Let's go to number one Crawford, protective, Brandon MAURICE. Good good. My goodness air signed that funny listened to two hours, call it a good talking. ACP sash. I have yet to hear one St. aero could eat the band now say Earl can win the fight. Talking about Bravo damn strap season. That's what it means. No catch phrase you saying, you can say slips even for thermos. Of course you only say. But it's funny man. But if I'm, I'm to the point where I'm not even colleagues network. We've Earl say, I'm taking the easy route Biden porter. We heard say twenty nine hundred eighty. For about here where he say easy, easy to negotiate not this bullshit, forty five forty eight brand new one. Last time you've seen a fight where two fighters have forty five percents. Splitting the ten percent was an egg. Tell me, please..
"bob manning" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
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"bob manning" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Genesis communications network. For me, this show happen thinks of Daniela was working the dials and big thanks for tuning in. We really do. Appreciate it. Follow us on Twitter and on Facebook. Dr Dolly is show. So you don't have over the last few decades. We were told to take aspirin a day an aspirin a day keeps hardback way. Don't take the aspirin today. Until you take an aspirin. Don't take aspirin. To be out of baby aspirin. No, no, no. You don't need to be on a baby aspirin you need to be on aspirin. Do do. I need to be an aspirin or I don't know. Well now. We're add no aspirin. If you're healthy. Now, I'm still confused because my father was healthy until the day. He died of a heart attack. So the American college of cardiology. Has now reversed a decades old recommendation, even though we've been going back and forth for a while. Say that low dose aspirin, you know, the eighty one milligram baby aspirin or the seventy anything from seventy five to one hundred milligrams. I guess Europe. It comes into different. We have eighty one milligrams. Whereas Europe, I believe they have seventy five and one hundred and not your how we came up with eighty one. I mean, that's kind of odd number I need to look that up there. There's a science find how it was eighty one milligrams. We really don't have a lot of medicines out there that end with the number one. I mean, you could get one gram of some, but Eighty-one milligrams. I always found odd. Anyway. That one extra milligram. I guess if you took eighty milligrams not going to do what you need that extra little baby one milligram on top of that. So don't chew off a piece of your aspirin free. Take. So apparently, the American college cardiology said that your baby aspirin. Should not be taken for the sole purpose of preventing heart attacks, strokes and other cardiovascular problems now there's reverse recommendation came after an international clinical trial found that those taking low dose aspirin if they were healthy had no health benefit. This was a randomized blind study. So blind studies and double blind. Studies is he's like a double blind setting. Is where the person doesn't know what medication? They're getting and the person handing out the medication doesn't own vacation. They're getting it's a way to get rid of bias like for example, if it wasn't a blind study, and I'm sitting there, and I go, okay, Bob. You're the next test subject to die diet like a Bob. Here's your aspirin. Let us know how you're doing less know-how, works, whatever. I don't take my ass, man. I feel good. You didn't even take yet? Did that live, and I already feel better. Just because it's in my hand. You can't just studies like that. So what you do is. You get Bob comes up. Now. This is a single blind study. I know but bops getting savant of today. Here here's repel. Because if aspirin, and I can't tell you a secret. Let's either the aspirin or it's not it's like a dummy pill. You can have the dummy pill. You have the aspirin. And it looked the same thing. He's like, well, how do I know you don't know here at test subjects move on. Bob, man, you suck. And like, yeah. Sorry. That's a single blinds. And that's exactly what they say. That's exactly the conversation that happens during these studies. Okay. So the test subject doesn't know what they're getting to get the pill. Usually, it's a woman that handsome the pedal little plastic Cup and doesn't say anything, but I would talk. I would be like a. That today. The house. So the not supposed to talk they get their pill. They take it. That's a single blind study. But I know exactly what they're taking and that's not as good as a double blind study because I could have a tweak them. I, you know. And and I don't have a really good poker face. So fi li- you never to lie because I get goal is good. I'll googly double-blind his rival even know. So somebody behind the scenes gives me a bunch of pills and says you go past us out to Burt Bob and Dirk and Liu and whatever and sew Lulu comes up. And she's like, what are you giving me? I'm like, I don't know. She's like, I don't believe you. And like, I don't know they had to be these white pills. And then she's like, well, are you gonna kill me? How do I know what you're giving me? I go. I don't know. And then you get all nervous Towery this belts. That's double-blind double-blind is where the person passing out the pills has no idea. What's what you're getting? So they can't help bias you. So this was a study most of the people were seventy years older and about half were given aspirin and half were given a placebo. The study started back in two thousand ten and in two thousand seventeen. Most of these people seventy years or older, and they found that the aspirin did not help prevent heart disease, physical disability dementia or stroke, which is what has been touted all these years. Now somebody's texting right now. What about cancer? Okay. We're not going there yet. But you're right. You're right. There's been links that a daily aspirin may help prevent cancer. But we're not there yet. Now, hold on. So they need to be blind to that text because I've talked about this double blind study. The ACC and the American Heart Association now say that aspirin should rarely be used to prevent heart attacks and strokes that people without cardiovascular disease. So now. We are going to only recommended. If you have very well known cardiovascular disease, if you're healthy, and you're just taking an aspirin a day because you're over fifty. No, that's no longer recommended. Now aspirin is still don't get us wrong. Aspirin is still paramount to take if you are a cardiovascular patient that has known arteriosclerosis and thromboembolic events, you you will be given aspirin because it kind of prevents the clotting process. We've talked about how aspirin works. They say thins the blood, but it doesn't necessarily thin the blood it helps prevent cloudy, and so some people have asked okay, why has Britain? I mean, that's kind of a cheat. Medication? It's you know, why is it such a lifesaver because you know, if you're having a heart attack, and you walk into the ER I'm going to give you an aspirin to chill. He's gonna chew it up in front of me. You liked the doctrine having a heart attack? Look, I don't care. He's still on the clock Cutie aspirin. We make it to the house. Of course, you're completely out. And you know, we can't. But if you're you're like an question chest pain. Cuba's aspirin right now. Well, don't you say, how do I know? It's aspirin I go. This isn't obliged steady from Bob. And so. So when somebody has a heart attack, we've talked about this. It's not so much artery. That's supplying blood to the heart muscle starts to get clogged. You know? Eighty percent. Eighty five percent the ninety nine thousand one hundred seventy nine thousand nine percent. And then go to on. That's not how it always happens. What ends up happening is you could be a certain percentage clogged. And then something breaks off that plaque that is sticking to the walls. And it just breaks off breaks off because it's really crispy it can tear the lining the into mall lining. It's very intimate. We're now we're being very intimate now talking about linings, the intimacy the inside lining of the artery, and it may slice it a little bit when it flakes off. 'cause it's like, I said cheers. Plaques sticky, and crispy when you have a tear your body knows? I mean your body in St. it's amazing the communication system. It has you guys think the internet rocks. The body is still the best communication system out there. The body then recruits clotting factors to stop any bleeding. The problem is when these clotting factors come to seal. What happened? That little tear. It completely can block the Lumine the opening of the vessel then blunt cake, it's heart attack. That's. Massive heart attack like out of the blue. So we take an aspirin a day. To help lower clotting. Six. That's where that call came from. So I'm still a fan of aspirin. For those patients that are vulnerable. But what they're saying here is if you are healthy, and you don't have heart disease. You don't need the aspirin. Now that now brings the question. Well, how do we know for healthy? And that gets tricky. So they basically, you know, while we're waiting for the official recommendations on when to take the aspirin or not. The guidelines now recommending our behavioral changes to ensure healthy heart telling you not to smoke. They're telling you to maintain a healthy way to exercise at least one hundred fifty minutes, a week, eat diet full of fruits and vegetables and nuts, and whole grains, and fish, but low risk patients taking aspirin doesn't seem to really do much for you. In fact, it could be you can have bleeding GI bleeding because you're losing your clotting factor abilities that.
"bob manning" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Debated our mutual friend, Elliot Cohen on whether or not the United States needs a grand strategy and Asia, and he pointed out these three variables instead a trained monkey can do Asia policy because of the three reference points, but there's a lot of interpretation in a lot of grey areas. Among those three reference points useful to keep our head. Nobody wants to choose if we asked countries to choose even Japan, we're not going to like the answer. Michael Green with CS I s China forces countries to choose they're not gonna like the answer, particularly with powerful players like, Japan or Korea, Australia. So it's useful. But it's hardly the end of the discussion in terms of our our strategy. I think in Scott referenced this as well, I think that the growing U S China trade friction, especially in the technology area has alerted. I'll talk about the bigger economies. Japan Korean Australia to the relative importance of the US market for them compared to the China market. And I you guys disagree. If if you if you like, but I think the consensus in the corporate boardrooms in Japan, Australia is and it's clear and FDI numbers the US market, the North American market is more important than China. China's where the growth is. And God knows they don't want to get out of it. And they'll play that market as best they can. But in terms of the survival of their companies at North America's more important, and again, they don't want to choose. But I think that reality I heard that a lot in Japan and Korea, and I think the Chinese have kind of force that I with things like fad. And problems Japan had with intellectual property rights mercantile. Behavior like embargoing, rare earth metal exports and so forth. So it wasn't like the US started. This thought process in the corporate boardrooms in Seoul and Tokyo and Sydney. So I think that may be a little bit. There's there's a growing recognition that if there is going to be more and more decoupling, if we're a high tech company or an automaker. The North American market, ultimately is more important and more reliable. That's slightly speculative. But that's certainly the tone. I'm picking up. It doesn't mean they want to choose. We should force them to choose. But that may be a shift in tone that I that I detect instead. But I mean, I'll just follow up on that. Because I think there's plenty of empirical evidence in terms of. Outward investment from Korea where the high point of their investment in China was really in the two thousands. And it was pretty significant. And especially in the last five years in the context. Of course, we've seen more Korean investment coming this direction. And specifically I would s que is heavily invested in the Chinese telecom sector, but they just opened an officer last week in Washington. And I think that you can see especially with the large conglomerates a different attitudes compared to five or ten years ago where they are placing their bets globally. One point on this. If I might just on the US side and. I think the the sense of urgency on the US side makes these kinds of consideration lists in significant. I mean, if you feel that you're in a in a very intense competition with China. The sensitivities of governments in Asia the hell with it. You know what? I mean, you're going to go ahead and do what you need to do from the point of view of of being in competition with China. I don't want us on being blunt on this, obviously, it would be dealt with in a different way. But I think the sensitivity is something that was very much in evidence in previous administrations. I'm not sure I see it so much now, I think there's a sense of and this gets into congress and been Congress's more outspoken in these things and others, and it's not everybody in congress for sure. But there are a lot of people in congress to do something now. And so in that sense of urgency. I think that to me that's the biggest change in two thousand eighteen is the sense of urgency and how to fix this problem. If I can just one more quick coda to these comments. This. Increasing emphasis on the importance of the North American market is being pushed because of policies in Beijing to of course, it's not it's not that it's sort of equal weight of the scales. There. They are finding it harder hunter, of course, new business in China. Thank you very much. I've got four lined up in order, and I'll get to y'all I neglected dimension. When we started the questions that part of my responsibility is the moderator is to get everybody out of here on time. For in return for you. Giving us your time. One forty five is when we're going to be done. So that gives us about twenty eight more minutes for your own planning, Bob manning. And then the after that the gentlemen, two seats away from Bob retired general Wallace creeks and then over here to the left where.
"bob manning" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"A nice July summer day. Sunshine beautiful dry eighty two degrees same thing tomorrow going. To be a little bit warmer high of eighty eight degrees a little. Bit later in. The day tomorrow sunshine takes over you're going to feel, the humidity on the rise tomorrow and then we'll have a muggy a weekend with. Highs in the eighties on Sunday good. Chance where she's some showers too The details for President. Trump's, military parade now being put into place apparently the events scheduled for November the tenth. Is estimated to cost approximately twelve million dollars according to officials Pentagon spokesperson Colonel Bob manning telling, reporters the intent for the parade is to coincide with the one hundredth anniversary of World War One the World War One the war to end all wars right how'd that work. Out the parade will include wheeled vehicles but no tanks to avoid damaging infrastructure according to a. Pentagon, memo, that came, out in March actually some troops will wear period. Uniforms to, an aircraft will fly over towards the end now the president, did propose the DC parade. After attending a Bastille Day military parade in Paris many. In the Pentagon of resisted though signing onto this event because the US. Has tradition of. Only holding grand parades after military victory such as World, War Two in Desert Storm also many of the troops and vehicles to be showcased, would need to be moved from there Basis to the capital at taxpayer expense what do you. Think about that do we need this should tax payer money be spent on a military parade You, know me I'm pretty confident of our military. Might I don't need it displayed? In the parade but you might think it's a good? Thing to do but it's, going to be. On your dime what do you think about it should tax payer money. Be spent in the military parade? You can log? Onto.
"bob manning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The parkland florida shooting so you know it's infiltrating so many different sectors of the market just got about thirty seconds left here i mean so a iot some level needs to be regulated well i'm not sure that were thing the aai is is uh part of the problem uh with russia i think what we're seeing is a you know artificial intelligence and machine learning is helping the economy in a in a number of ways but whether artificial intelligence is something that should be regulated because of what russia is doing why don't think that we would agree with that uh you know i think that that their their questions about it we're happy to engage in a topic that specifically on artificial intelligence so that we can try to help people understand what the technology is doing well craig thank you seventy pecent easily dressing has some of the day's news because it certainly was relevant and nah i know you've got some issues at not issues but somebody to say to when it comes to a on the labour market will get you back craig albright of the software alliance right here on bloomberg your your best resource on asia because we have so many resources have our own don't room for all of these it this going to be a lot of will now be oda governor already kakoty used to love surprises bloomberg daybreak asia sunday night at six eastern on bloomberg radio this is a bloomberg market minute stocks did some intrasession direction shifting and ended the friday session little changed ahead of the long weekend the dow jones industrials rose nineteen points or a tenth of a percent five 25000 to nineteen the nasdaq fell seventeen points or a quarter percent the smp 500 gained one point almost flat percentagewise bob manning at morgan stanley says the latest economic indicators were inflationary but investors are better able to take such data in stride and a housing starts up nine point seven percent and export prices advanced eight pence were percent however we're beginning to see the sharp edges of that inflation trade where off a little bit another report showed americans are still upbeat about the economy the university of michigan reported consumer sentiment has picked up since the end of last month optimism about the impact of the tax overhaul offset concerns caused by the stock market correction jeff belanger bloomberg radio this is you one eighty over one zero seven and i had a stroke 145 over ninety two art attack when fifty over ninety and i.
"bob manning" Discussed on Sportstalk 790
"The only decision would have been resign or franchise or whatever ripe is the decision was after this season because you could have traded brady or whatever with brady and sign garoppolo to a sixyear deal or whatever you wanted to do and you would have been more than five the idea that this year brady who was the likely mvp wouldn't have played doesn't make any sense the question is after this year how much does brady have in the tank if you can project and that's all you can do now is project versus two other contrast how much did peyton manning end up having in the tank when the colts let go of them for lock and how much too far of have left in the tank when he was let go of for arron rogers and make a strong case that pain manning hand more left in a tank and we saw it then why tom rainy went and emrah farther at a couple of good season when one really good season in minnesota i win because the manning situation was mortified he got hurt so there was doubts if he'd even ever come back again from their neck injury uh and i don't think at the end far did pull out a miracle year minnesota brady has i trust the brady has a couple more years left but that doesn't mean that you served a couple years now to outline good as far played for like three more year better football than both bob manning was ridiculous woah man i had one of the great i can't say is can have that kind of year manning had one of the great seasons in nfl history after or in denver statistically of the year they actually got dominated by seattle in the super bowl was one of the greatest years ever for quarterback writing to me could be a top five to seven quarterback the next two years but the story is does that usurp nine more years of gravel and the point i make it is one or the other you got got to make a choice but ultimately pay manning had more if you had it if you asked me the following brady from the end of this year on word versus brett far post green bay i would make brady an underdog crash at performance while wow and i mean you.
"bob manning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The other negotiations within the governing conservative fawzi all this more coming up in the next hour bloomberg best for us let's check the markets and some of today's top business stories by charlie pellett a pullback for the dow the s p and nasdaq treasury yields climbed to a ninemonth peak as the republican tax overhaul passed its final vote bob manning is a financial advisor a morgan stanley in philadelphia we are saying a a reallocation money coming out of for example technology which it at an extraordinary year to provide the capital to go into stocks like retailers and and financial company and paul richards is the president of mentally global adviser still i think investors from the perspective of institutional investors are quite confident on the effect of growth as a result of this textile but i think the people on the street don't really truly under and yet and we're going to have to see what these number start to look like and see how they react going into two thousand eighteen sales of previouslyowned homes are running up the strongest pace in more than a decade with more here's bloomberg's vinny del jude ice housing recovery is boosting economic growth this quarter amid solid hiring and low borrowing costs the national association of realtors reports existing home sales rose five point six percent last month the five point eight one million at annual rate the most since two thousand six the results show brought strength particularly in the upper end market overall though low inventories the second lowest since 1999 remain in issue then he failed shoelace bloomberg radio at t which.
"bob manning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Arctic that's the wall street reaction to passage of the tax cuts investors have been so eagerly anticipating since the 2016 election the dow fell twenty eight points the nasdaq three the s p to bob manning of morgan stanley says investors have moved on to the next stage now gauging how the tax cuts will play out now because now the implementation out the reality and what we're going to be inevitably is stocked being rewarded or not but the phone company that's battling the trump administration over its plans to buy time warner is celebrating this presidential victory at t says it will give two hundred thousand us workers a special thousand dollar bonus to celebrate the tax cuts bloomberg news reports the payout as part of an effort by corporate america to counter criticism at the tax cuts will benefit shareholders not workers i'm joan doniger bloomberg radio this is your bloomberg real estate report i'm denise pellegrini what will the gop tax overhaul do for the housing market it'll be negative for a house prices are you know particularly in the northeastern parts of florida some urban centres in midwest like chicago comes to mind california mark zandi as chief economist at moody's analytics these are areas where homeowners rely on the mortgage interest deduction they rely on deductions for property taxes and sandy says that does mean housing will have less of a positive overall effect on the economy it means that there's less housing wealth and if there's less housing wealth that means people are going to spend less and that was a weight on the economy of course there's a lot of other moving parts here let me stock prices are up so that's a positives wealth effect but if you just focus on the housing part of it it will be a negative because it means less housing well and sandy says the gop tax overhaul will hurt new jersey and connecticut the most and alabama stands to benefit more than any other state and that's your bloomberg real estate report i'm denise pellegrini in that why do hedge funds and other alternative managers rely on pershing mark eldorado.
"bob manning" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm nathan hager this is bloomberg this is a bloomberg market minute it wasn't necessarily economic data that sent the dow in s p two new record closes again the dow up one hundred nineteen points a half percent to just short of 24 505 the sp rose four to 26 sixty four a gain of a little more than a tenth of a percent the nasdaq fell two tenths of a percent down thirteen is tech stocks pulled back some strategists saying investors are rotating out of the sector and cashing in on its gains as the year ends boeing added to the dow's lived on its announcement of increased dividends at a stock buyback banks and financials gained two bob manning of morgan stanley says that's a bed on what happens at this month's federal reserve policy meeting marked on hold waiting for the fed and obviously the market it is expecting a rate hike europe's largest commercial landlord is buying of shopping malls the company is both australiabased westfield it owns about three dozen malls in the us and the uk i'm joan doniger bloomberg radio this is your bloomberg real estate report i'm denise pellegrini the gop tax overhaul could help boost the moving business neela richardson chief economist at redfin says if state and local tax deductions are eliminated a third of homeowners surveyed say they move to another state or hyde park crank qanyare thinker a farallon homebuyer they've wealthy and and and we can but they get going it encompassed by a trend we've been seeing for the past couple years now which is people in on eastern with coastal housing market moving inland defined cheaper housing get more bang bang for the buck read said migration data ready shows people are looking to leave coastal metros for midtier cities like sacramento phoenix in atlanta but richardson says it is also possible the gop tech's overhaul could help some upscale housing markets even in hightech states and i'll have more on that coming up tomorrow and that's your bloomberg real estate report i'm denise pellegrini reggie cod as dean of the martin tuchman school of management at njit new jersey institute of technology he calls njit is management program business with the power of.
"bob manning" Discussed on First Take
"The versity middlemen and make sure you save with the sale of winston salem state that's right who who else went there the point is that he was a divisional rival of clyde frazier they were both high usage combo guards could at work there's only one basketball it worked to the tune of a championship against like an invincible lakers team championship so it can work and when the rocket got cp a high usage ball dominant divisional rival point guard and they're going to use harden and see three in the backcourt is combo guards how that's going to how's that going to work there are undefeated when the two of them are on the court together yes steven they i agree that that cp three will make them better he'll even take some pressure off james harden my question is is it just the pressure that's getting to james harden or are there are things that are different in the playoffs for example you ain't gonna play second of backtoback road games for example the other team has more time to scout you and figure out how they wanna play you another example there are better athletes among the best teams they have more of them they have guys who were just as smart as you but they can jump in run faster than you if you're a like as i said bob manning right were james harden igor a lot of doing it a lot on cerebral ability as much as physical ability so i have not seen hard and do it i don't think cp 3s protons means suddenly he's going to be that guy i four i'll give you the last word with the need to get the answer to this question how much more difficult to you think it's going to be for teams to prepare for c p three and james harden as opposed to just games todd i don't think there was in one final straw i just think that we're reorts or franchise right now.
"bob manning" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Thirty seven point washer fab song body walled daulby goal golden oldie hey sharpest tool in russia kim komando with her bob man boucher all gave out on his forehead well bob commenting to the wings of the ground the loop on the brain bob gift muster wednesday another now if you don't go better the job comedy through the weekend the the ground on top of your head gift from us two two at the only the body ball thumbs gabon the la belle away as i said what a gaza the whole rafael all oculus the home box blockbuster film us the wa with him ellen though though joe also it's a game on the way now the show the polish dillon also it's a game now give a show.
"bob manning" Discussed on KEOM 88.5 FM
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