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Fresh update on "bond" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia
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Larry Taunton Unpacks John Kerry's Satanic Comments at the W.E.F.
"Take a remark by John Kerry. John Kerry, when he was speaking, you can find us online and it's funny and so far as it's like something out of a Bond spoof. You can see lieutenant drebin. Chasing after a criminal like this, but he says that as John Kerry, not lieutenant drebin, Kerry said, we have, you know, we've gathered here together and we've been touched by something by something that has given us this responsibility to save the planet. And I thought it was in this interesting because he can't even name what the quote unquote something is. You know, the great something touched me. The great something touched us and it anointed us. It's the kind of language he was using. It anointed us with this kind of divine mission, which was the language he was using to save the planet, but a, he can't name what that something is. Because he of course doesn't really believe in it. And B, he sees himself as having divine mission. And I say that with a lower case D I don't mean coming from God almighty from an eye. I don't mean that coming from Jesus Christ. But rather, this is the way they view themselves. So there's kind of this, and I don't use the word flippantly, Eric, kind of a satanic, well, there's loads of satanic elements, but this kind of satanic ambition to make themselves like the moon's the most. It's messianic. In other words, we know that. The real messiah of the world, the savior of the world, is Jesus Christ. These impulses that these folks feel are messianic. And of course,
Fresh update on "bond" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia
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Fr. Carlos Martins Describes One Case of Demonic Possession
"So father Carlos, give us an example or a story that you are comfortable sharing of someone that was possessed. And as you're comfortable, give us one of those stories. Yeah, sure. So there was a gentleman one time who. Had a, he came to see me. He had experienced a debilitating depression for months. He had been a successful entrepreneur at the same time. He was getting graphic arts degree, very, very successful, just was at the top of the world. And all of a sudden, kind of, out of nowhere, a debilitating depression hit him, he became a recluse. He stopped being able to return his clients calls, just didn't have the energy to do so. Stopped eating, wouldn't answer the phone. Had lost somewhere in the neighborhood of 60 pounds. And so finally, somebody had told him to come and see me. And so he made an appointment and when he came in, he moved slowly as somebody who would be 98 years old. And he sat down and you could just see he was just wearied to death. And I started talking to him and asking, you know, one of these symptoms begin. And he could trace them back. This was about April or May. And he traced them back to it was the week following Labor Day. And I said, okay, well, what were you doing on liberty? And he had signed out a beach house, he spent the weekend at the beach house with a lady that he met just the day before. So they met up, he spent they spent the weekend together. And so the next question that I asked is, well, were you sexually intimate with one another? And he said, yeah, and so after that encounter after that weekend, did you ever see her again? He said, no. Not been able to reach her. But I never wanted to reach her either because I just didn't have the energy to do so. And so what happened at that point is, and there's no other explanation other than this. He had a sexual encounter with her and then the sexual dynamic in God's plan is the way by which two people become one. We hear that in genesis, the two become one flesh, that's repeated in the New Testament. And Paul, in fact, goes a step further. And he says those who go visit a prostitute are bonding with the prostitute and whatever is inside that prostitute.
BTC El Salvadors Congress Passes Legislation Enabling Raising Funds Via Volcano Bonds
"11 p.m. Sunday, January 15th, 2023 BTC L Salvador's Congress passes legislation enabling raising funds via volcano bonds. El Salvador, the first country to make Bitcoin legal tender in September 2021, has passed legislation allowing the country to issue sovereign Bitcoin backed bonds. According to a report by Bloomberg, El Salvador's Congress has approved a new digital securities law that would allow for raising funds via the world's first sovereign blockchain Bond. The bill
Market Analysis Report 12 Jan 2023
"9 a.m. Thursday, January 12th, 2023. Market analysis report January 12th, 2023. FTX recovers 5 billion of liquid assets AWS partners with avalanche to scale blockchain enterprise solutions El Salvador moves closer to Bitcoin bonds launch.
The Federal Reserve Is the Head of a Global Banking Cartel
"Basically being run by this global banking cartel at the moment. Remotely. That's like, I remember the Federal Reserve as the head of the cartel just hits F9 and creates it, okay? They just create, they are putting you everybody in this audience under 35 years old is nothing more than a Russian surf. You don't own anything and you're not going to own anything. They think you'll be happy. You'll be happy to give you a little bit of credit and they put you on the wheel of samsara, like a hamster, right? You just spin and you maybe get a little bit more, but right now even family formation is later because it's tough. It's tough for a couple even to make it. They've taken what, 13 and a half $1 trillion of net worth out of this economy out of our middle class and working class in the last 9 months. The Federal Reserve, here's the scam. The Federal Reserve just creates it. Just creates it. It's not backed by any bonds. They can sell bonds to Japanese insurance companies or the Chinese. Nobody buys it. They created, they call monetize the debt. That means it's on your other full faith and credit of the United States. They create it. And the administrative state don't take all of it, they can get. How do you think we got $31 trillion on the treasury? $9 trillion on the fed, another $30 trillion on social security and Medicaid and another contingent liabilities of a $100 trillion because the administrative state has a funding mechanism. It's called the Federal Reserve. We have to end the fed.
Governing Bodies Want to Stop Athletes From Betting On Other Sports
"This past week or so, you're banning athletes from betting on other sports? I mean, okay, at what point have we taken this too far? And we can even open this up to the stupid, it's just stupidity of Pete Rose being kept out of the Hall of Fame, okay? Really? The P rose conversation is definitely one to have. Doug, I don't know about you, but I love losing $200 on a Sunday. And for winning $200, I'm not sure about you, but I can arrange for $200 to come to my account everywhere, bud. Listen, I am, I love gambling. I do. I am the kind of person that's like, maybe you should watch him 'cause he might get addicted to it. No, but I do. I really enjoy it so much. And when DraftKings hit because he hit New Jersey first, we were the first to get legal legal gambling. You know how you can thank for that? Chris Christie. I know of all the people. It was like his lasting legacy. He was like, I'm gonna destroy New Jersey for a little bit, but before I finish, here's gambling. No, but in all seriousness, the idea that an athlete can't gamble on another sport, which and I'm sorry, I didn't see this posted anywhere, so I don't know. I didn't know that so they're saying like LeBron James couldn't bet on a Dallas Cowboys game. Is that what they're saying? Yeah, it's something that was. So coach, man. It was coach banned for bedding and it's like, but I mean, the whole thing. Just take it over and say, why is it? I mean, look, I can understand. At least at least the monumental argument. I can understand how you keep Barry Bonds and Mark McGwire and some of these guys out of the baseball Hall of Fame. Okay, if you want to, I mean, hypocritically, but if you want to proclaim that they steroids or whatever. But okay, Pete Rose didn't even bet on. His own games. I mean, he bet on baseball, but it wasn't his own games.
Prosecutor: Husband of missing wife bought cleaning supplies
"Prosecutors have detailed suspicious activities by the husband of a missing woman. Brian Walsh of cohasset Massachusetts was arraigned Monday in Quincy and held on half a $1 million bond on a charge of misleading investigators. His wife, Anna, a mother of three, was last seen January 1st when she was purportedly traveling to Washington, D.C., for her job at a real estate company, prosecutors say Walsh attempted to delay investigators when he failed to tell them about his visit to a Home Depot, captured on surveillance video on January 2nd when he bought $450 worth of mops, buckets, tarps, tape, and other items, Walsh's cell phone data shows he traveled to the areas of Brockton and abington while he was supposed to be on home confinement, awaiting sentencing on a federal fraud case involving the sale of fake Andy Warhol paintings, a broken knife, and blood was also found in the basement of the couple's home. I'm Jennifer King
Best of CES 2023: Canine communication and a calming pillow
"At the consumer electronics show in Las Vegas is something that looks like it could be James Bond's next ride. California based Asuka is unveiling what it says is the world's first drive and fly electric vehicle take off and landing vehicle, the a 5 cofounder and CEO guy kaplansky says this will make it a lot easier to fly. You have to drive to the airport. You have to provide place for people to park. This one is pick you up from your house, drive you to where you can take off. You take off and you fly. The a 5 is the size of an SUV and seats four. It travels up to 250 miles by air on a single charge. Most of the people use it as a rideshare. So they will call it like they call Uber black. Apple engineer John lohman has put in a pre order. This is like the jetsons back in the 50s. And we're going to see flying cars in our lifetime. Kaplinsky says he expects the a 5s to begin rolling out and taking off in 2026. I'm Ed Donahue
What's Next for Sam Bankman-Fried?
"Sam bankman freed pleads not guilty to fraud and conspiracy charges. He doesn't have to go back to court. I believe until October 2nd of 2023. So basically, he is free for approximately ten months to do whatever is he's going to do. So just because he pled not guilty doesn't mean he is in fact actually not guilty, most people plead not guilty anyways, not a legal expert or anything like that, but that's just what I've seen in the TV and stuff like that. But again, we're talking back about the names that we're going to be remained secret for now from the other two people that posted bond as well. It's important to note. But since Jen's back and I miss her, I really, really, really would like to get your take on this story. I missed you too, Wendy. One day away from you guys, and I just had to come running back. I love you guys. Well, I think it's not surprising, right? Sam bankman freed went on this PR tour. He kept saying, I didn't know I didn't know. I didn't know for him to clean guilty. I think would have been a surprise. What I'm interested to see in October is, you know, we have the new CEO of FTX, John J ray the third, we have Caroline Ellison and Gary Wang who have taken plea deals. These people probably have a lot of evidence against Sam bankman fried. That would say that, you know, he maybe was a little bit guilty. And so I'm interested to see what evidence comes out. I'm a little bit saddened that we have to wait until October for this to happen. You know, Sam bankman freed's going to be at his parents house over there in California all the way until October, you know, living probably a pretty cushy life. And so I just, I don't know how this is going to, how this is going to turn out, given all of the evidence that we've already seen come out against him. But Zach, what do you think? Season two, baby. It's shaping up to be a good one with ten months of craziness that's going to unfold. What if Sam starts tweeting again? What if he starts trying to make things right with his users? What is going to happen? He's probably talking to all sorts of people. Reporters, anyone out there still trying to get his story out to the masses.
Sam Bankman-Fried's Upcoming Court Appearance
"All right, let's go. SPF time. You guys ready? SPF, appearing in court today, 2 p.m. eastern. Wall Street Journal reporting that he's expected to submit a not guilty plea and also his lawyers are asking the court to conceal the identities of those folks who signed his big old $250 million veil Bond. Crazy stuff out of the SPF trial. I'm sure we'll see more and more of this in the coming weeks. Welcome back. Wendy, I think I heard a sigh out of you. That's awesome. Happy new year sending everybody who is listening and watching love, light and abundance because we all need a little bit of abundance, especially when we hear stuff like this. Obviously, Sam is going to enter a not guilty or he's going to state that he's not guilty, because everybody says that they're not guilty. Why, of course, why would he say he's guilty? Even though we have these beautiful things called blockchain analytics that show exactly what happened. But anyways, anyways, anyways, I digress. As far as these two people's names being redacted, I think that they definitely should be public. We should know who is on his side who is on his team. At the end of the day, all of the FTX creditors names are going to be posted publicly because of chapter 11 bankruptcy. So we should be playing fair here. It's just very upsetting to see, to hear and hopefully the courts do their job properly, but I do not have very much faith in them at all. Well yeah, I'll pick up where you just dropped off right there. And I think it would be nice to know who these people are, but at the same time, there is a lot of threats against these people's physical safety and whoever is involved in co signing the bail here. They did not commit the fraud that SPF did in FTX did. So I think they do have some maybe an argument towards an anonymity. We don't quite know that yet. So we'll see what the judge rules. But according to SBS lawyers who submitted this application for their names not to be unsealed, they said, we've received a steady stream of threatening correspondence, including communications expressing a desire that they suffer physical harm, consequently, there is a serious concern, the cause for concern that the two additional surveys would face similar intrusions on their privacy as well as threats and harassment. If their names appear unredacted and the bonds their identities are otherwise publicly disclosed. And I think that's a pretty fair argument like physical safety at some point does become more important than necessarily just knowing whose name this is.
What's Going on in Japan? Lyn Alden Explains
"We wanted to do a little bit of a review of the year and then talk a little bit about next year, what we're thinking about. But me and Danny were planning this show, we felt like we needed just to ask you a little bit about what's been going on in Japan. Obviously the bank of Japan allowed their ten year bond rates to reach .5% from .25%. And there was also talk about this on Twitter obviously most of it. I didn't really understand why this was important. Can you talk about what happened? Yeah, so I think first you have to go back to what they were doing before this announcement. And so Japan is doing something called yield curve control. So normally, central banks control the short end of interest rates, the overnight lending rates. But the longer term bond markets, a ten year treasury, a ten year guilt, a ten year JGB, is supposedly set by the market. So the government is issuing debt to finance itself and then the market is pricing that. However, in very indebted countries, as long as that debt denominated in their own currency, which is the case for developed countries, it's kind of the key differentiator between developed and developing countries in a market sense. As long as they're in that situation, they can override the long end of the curve too, not just the short end. It's considered more extreme policy. And a famous example that I like to point to is back in the 1940s during World War II. A number of countries that are including the United States. So in the United States, we're fighting World War II. Our fiscal deficits were absolutely massive. A lot of people envision that's being spent overseas, but a lot of it's being spent domestically. You're building that you're building manufacturing, you're hiring people. You're sourcing raw materials. And this is very inflationary. Big expansion of the money supply and so the inflation of the U.S. averaged 6% per year. That decade, from there, let's say the early 40s to the early 50s. And the highest inflation print was 19%.
ESG Bonds on Euronext Hit AllTime 1trn in 2022
"5 p.m. Friday December 30th, 2022. ESG bonds on euronext hit all time 1 trillion in 2022. LTP class guide MSO normal text to justify what the value of money raised from the issuance of environment, social and governance ESG factors based bonds in Euron X markets hit an all time high of 1 trillion in 2022 with over 310 new ESG bonds listed in the outgoing year. Overall, the pan European exchange recorded over 7800 new bond listings on its markets in 2022 LTP GTL TP class quad MSO normal text link just to watch your own next in dares cops euronext dot com and about meteor own express releaser on X conference its position lead in jeopardy listing venue aquatic statement tagged, released on Thursday, further noted, that it saw 83 new equity listings in its markets in the year. These listings accounted for a capital raise of 3.8 billion in aggregated market capitalization of 23 billion at listing. LTP GTL TP class would MSO normal text link just to watch your own next tech equities in 2022 LTP GTL TP class quad MSO normal quad according to a company statement, half of the new equity listings it registered this year were on behalf of technology companies. This is even as the market infrastructure provider launched the Euro next tech leaders segment in June. LTP GT LTP class would MSO normal coat the segment, which the company said caters to high growth and leading tech firms attracted four new issuers, bringing the total number of issuers in that category to over 110. These issuers who are active in both private and public coifs dot finance magnates dot com to equity quat target clockwise will quote follow caught equity markets attacked, boast of an aggregated market cap of 0.8 trillion as of December 29th, 2022. The pan European exchange said LTP GTL tp GT check out this recent finance magnates London summit 2022 session on what is shaping retail and institutional trading dot LTP GTL TP class guide MSO normal text link just to watch your own next Europe's premiere equity venule. Class Guatemala so normal coat in the statement, the company said it confirmed its position as the leading equity listing venue in Europe and global debt listing venue in 2022 dot LTP GTL TP class what MSO normal quadrant next remains the European equity listing venue of reference. Being home to nearly 400 large capitalization issuers and 1500 SME issuers and continues to attract leading companies across all industries and geographies in 2022. The exchange said LTP GTL TP class what MSO normal quad according to. Euro next, large cap firms continued their patronage of the wide range of listing options available on its markets. While some chose the traditional initial public offering route, others became listed by becoming independent of their parent companies. Yet, others opted for special purpose acquisition company deals, euronext added LTP GTL TP class guitar normal text link just to watch in the first category. For instance, VR energy, which zero next described as the most valuable oil exploration production company to conduct an IPO globally in the past ten years, raised 7 74 M and its market cap stood at 6.9 billion at listing LTP GT. This article was written by Solomon Oladipo at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.
Kevin McCullough: Something About NYC Drives People of Faith Together
"People don't know this. But there are over 8000 evangelical confessional churches in the New York City area. 8000. And 3000 of them are not entirely woke. Actually, most of them are probably. A lot of people say Kev, how can you have that many when it's such a pagan place? And I will admit New York City is as pagan as a city as you can find on Planet Earth. But when you have 30 or 40 people huddled in a storefront and a pastor who is serving that congregation voluntarily, he's working 40 hours a week somewhere else so that he can serve those 30 to 40 people. There's an aspect to the church in New York that I have not seen replicated in any other place on the planet. And I think part of it is that it is so hard to do life here that it drives people of faith when they have a common bond of Jesus as their savior. It drives them together in a way that it doesn't do in Southern California or in Dallas, Texas or in South Florida. Yeah.
Economist Peter Schiff Talks the 'Tip of the Iceberg' With Inflation
"Now the reason that I think we're just seeing the tip of the iceberg here when it comes to price increases is because we have had the most inflationary monetary policy in U.S. history. It got even worse during COVID. I mean, that just took it to a whole new level of absurdity. But even before COVID, QE one, two and three, there was a lot of inflation created. We just created a lot more of it with QE four following the outbreak of COVID. But as a result, there is tremendous inflation already built into the pipeline. And as that inflation entered the economy, a lot of the increases originally showed up in financial assets. So stock prices went up. Real estate prices went up. Bond prices went up. Prices for a lot of things went up. Cryptocurrencies, you know, just one category. But everything kind of went up. And when inflation is causing asset prices to rise, there's generally not a lot of problems. People don't push back because they like that. Oh, I'm getting richer. Now, sure, if you need to buy a house, the house is more expensive. But if you already own the house, you think, well, I'm richer now. My house was worth more. I could take out a home equity loan and buy more stuff. So people like it. And when interest rates are low or asset prices are going up, people are more willing to spend because they think they have greater wealth. So it's initially not objected to. But it should have been. And I was for years warning about the ultimate consequence of this inflation and that we should not be happy just because it starts out in financial assets because it always ends up in consumer goods.
An Inverted Yield Curve Is Signaling Major Challenges Ahead
"Right, so I want to talk first about what we've been watching now for some time and that's what you call an inverted yield curve. An inverted yield curve don't let it intimidate you. I know it's a little wonky. I think that's why I like it. Anyway, inverted yield curve is when an investor is paid less to hold something for a long time. And they're paid more to hold it in the near term. So think about it like a mortgage rate, right? If you're going and trying to get a mortgage on your house, theoretically, you should pay more. In terms of the interest rate on the mortgage, if you're going to hold that mortgage for 30 years, if you're going to hold the mortgage for 5, well then the bank is taking on less risk unless you would get a smaller interest rate. Well, what happens when that all changes? That's when the world is really upside down, right? Which we know it's upside down in many ways. More ways than one right now. But it's also happening in the financial markets. When you have this inverted yield curve, it means that short term bonds, government bonds are paying more in yields than long-term government bonds. Now this is a phenomenon that we started to watch earlier in the fall and it's really crept into things and it's kind of distorting the financial markets in an interesting, although if you're an opportunist, perhaps exciting ways, right? Because you can suddenly get paid in the near term to own government debt which is very safe, and maybe make a decent yield not as much as inflation, but it's better than it has been in the past. But simultaneously, it's telling us something else. This is flashing a warning sign, because again, it's not normal. It's not normal. I mean, if I said, hey, you know what? I want to borrow a thousand bucks from you. You would say, all right, well, if you're going to pay it back next month, if you're going to pay it back in 6 months, then I can lend it to you at this rate. But if you're not going to pay me back for ten years or 30 years, then I wanted it this rate, a higher rate, because there's an opportunity cost. Involved in you lending me that money. But if you're saying, wait a second, I'll give it to you long term at a really low rate, but short term at a high rate, what does that actually telling you? Things are kind of messed up. But the other thing it signaling is that people are really worried about the next 6 months.
Crypto Community Questions Judges After Sam BankmanFried Bailed Out
"9 a.m. Saturday, December 24th, 2022. Crypto community questions judges after Sam bankman fried bailed out. Controversies have arisen over a U.S. court's decision that bailed out Sam bankman fried on one of the largest bail bonds in U.S. history following the extradition agreement, FTX founder Sam bankman fried landed in the United States on December 21st and was present before the New York judges. Despite what people expected, the court hearing ended. The post crypto community questions judges after Sam bankman fried bailed out appeared first on block anomie.
SBF Released on 250M Bond Secured by Parents
"12 p.m. Friday December 23rd, 2022. SPF released on two 50 M Bond secured by parents. Former FTX CEO Sam bankman fried was released on 250 million bail, secured by his parents house in Palo Alto. According to a report from coin desk, bankman fried appeared before U.S. magistrate. The post SPF released on two 50 M Bond secured by parents appeared first on unchanged podcast.
Market Analysis Report 23 Dec 2022
"10 a.m. Friday December 23rd, 2022. Market analysis report December 23rd, 2022. Sam bankman fried released on 250 million Bond Brazil's president signs bill legalizing crypto as payment method Marshall Islands recognizes dows as limited liability companies.
"bond" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"On major podcast platforms each. And every week. Well, with Saratoga opening the doors to their 2022 meet tomorrow, I could think of no better guest than someone whose family has played a major role in the lore, the legend, the mystique, of that historic race track in upstate New York. Trainer James Bond James Bond, if you will, the man who displays 007 on all of his saddle pads has settled nearly 1200 winners in his career. Some of his most memorable coming at Saratoga, including will's way, taking the 1996 traverse, and then the 97 Whitney. And tis way, who rolled to a three length victory in the Whitney in 2011. A couple of weeks ago, I had the chance to visit with young Blake Cox who works alongside his father Brad as an assistant. Today, on this eve of the Saratoga meet, I welcome yet another young assistant trainer learning from one of the best. That is Ryan Bond who along with his older brother, Kevin, worked with their dad to ensure the stellar reputation of Bond racing continues into Saratoga and beyond. Ryan, it is an absolute pleasure to have you with me on this week's edition of trainer talk presented by phasic tipton. Good afternoon. Happy to be here. Yeah, you know, when you hear the name Saratoga. What thoughts come to mind? Home for siege. History kind of all the best heuristics in one. Just great weather. The fans are just unbelievable here. You just don't hear like the rower of the crowd like you do. On those race days and it's really special here. Your dad goes by 007 with that James Bond name. He kind of embraced it. How about you? What's that make you? I guess I'm O 8. Maybe double OO 9 after my brother, I'm not sure. Right, right. Well, listen, you are getting ready for this Saratoga meet. And I know it is special. I mentioned your dad's accomplishments. And there have been more. I just hit some of the highlights and we'll talk more about those. But as a family, being there in Saratoga, being home and doing this with your dad and your mom and your family, what's that like? It's everything. It really is. We have a farm just on the other side of Saratoga Lake, about 15 minutes from the actual race course. And it's just between that and the racing barn and everything and working together as a family. It's a lifestyle for sure, but it's a very beneficial one. Tell me more about the farm. I believe he bought it after 2000 and then a ton of work. We have two large barns now over probably a 130 acres and said the home breds have just been kind of getting better and better over the years. It's so great to be able to have your own farm, right? To do things there, as opposed to just having to be set up at the racetrack or have to utilize a facility that isn't yours, to be able to have that farm in that facility has to be a huge advantage. It is, it is, yeah, any horse that needs a break physically or mentally, it's just it's great to have. You can ship a horse out there after they run for a few days and let them get some grass and kind of be a horse again, instead of just going around in circles every day. So it is we find it very beneficial for us. Let's talk more about your dad and what type of teacher he might be. I know that you kind of had no choice to grow up in a racing family, right? You had to have some interest in racing whether you worked in the sport or not. So take me back and tell me about growing up in that Bond family. Oh, yeah. We're always around the barn as we were as we were young and my brother, whether it was pace and park or palmettos or even up here at the old annex field patient barn. But we've always been around the barn. He actually, his rule was for both of us to the only way we could work for him is if we both went out and got four year degrees. And if we didn't find anything else when we, like I said, along that journey and getting our degrees, if there's nothing else that really struck our interests, then there was always a spot for us back at the family business with him. But it's not in the really never put any pressure on us. Young to kind of join him or anything like that. He actually pushed us kind of in the opposite direction. You did get that degree. You got it in finance back in 2013 when you graduated from Florida, Atlantic, was there ever a moment when there was something else beside working with your dad and horse racing that tempted you to go that direction? A little bit. I mean, dealing with numbers and stocks in that. You look other directions, especially the way the industry is kind of is today. So he always kind of pushed me to do something different, but I didn't see myself being very happy in sitting behind a desk in my 30s and I just I've always been drawn to the horses and it's always just kind of got me going in the morning. Your older brother Kevin, he's three years your senior. Where did he get his four year degree? He actually went in Boca Raton as well right down the road from where I got my degree. He went to Lin university. Okay. What was his degree in? Business management. All right, so you both come at it from a business perspective. And as you start looking ahead to maybe one day, I don't know, taking over the operation. I don't know if that's the plan or not. But if that were to happen or you go out on your own, that business background for both of you has to be huge. It is. Yeah, it is. I think we try and help pops and cut costs and do different things, give him different ideas for our business, where we can. We're so diversified with the farm. We have our own trucks and trailers to ship our horses in. And like I said, our own private barn at Saratoga. So there's a lot of moving pieces to our operation. So we try to give our input where we can. Yeah, it's interesting. You bring that up because I love to tell this story when I have somebody on that works with their parents in some form or fashion. I worked with my father growing up as well. He had the family business and the plan was to take that business over. Well, we kept butting heads. It just wasn't going to work for the two of us. I think we were too much alike. You say you brought some ideas to the table. Has your dad always been open to those ideas or have there been times when he said, hey, look, I've been doing it this way for a long time. Ryan, this is how you do it. There's no doubt that he is old school in some aspects. But no, as the years have gone on and as some of my ideas have been a good idea, I guess he's accepted more of them and you have to adapt or you die. So it's one of those things where he's I learn more than he could know about from him and how he does things on a daily basis, but we always just the three of us actually the four of us, my mom included, we are always bouncing ideas off each other to see what works or what might work down the road. You use the term old school to describe your dad. And that's a term we hear a lot with trainers that have been around a while, like suge mcgahey, for example, or Barkley tag or Nick edor Wayne Lucas. They're kind of a little bit old school in their approach to training horses. What does that mean? When you say somebody's old school.
"bond" Discussed on Planet Money
"Keeps going off topic. It's sort of reminds me of a movie. This is the movie, but called the manchurian candidate, and there have been two most recently when Denzel Washington, but the first one with Frank Sinatra. He gives the entire plot summary. And everyone in the crowd is primed to listen, right? Like maybe he could have survived a little bit of rambling. But he keeps going on and on. I was there. I was sitting in the back, and at some point people in the audience start looking at each other, like, is this guy okay? Is this my money still safe at pimco? You probably know. This was kind of a turning point where if the cat's out of the bag, people are starting to really wonder if he's lost it. If he's lost his touch, if he's just a different person than they knew. And this is the moment where all of that cracks open. From there, Bill grows keeps wrangling with the rest of pimco's management over everything. Over the direction of the firm, over how to handle people leaking stories to the press. Over how we can scale back as responsibilities and prepare pimco for a future without him. By September 2014, the rest of him goes management is just done with Bill gross. They start laying plans to fire him. And he can feel it coming. So ever the master of his own destiny, he blindsides them by leaving first and joining a much smaller competitor. Even other finance legends were blown away, including the founder of investing firm Vanguard, Jack bogle. Well, I don't shock easily, but I was surely shocked when I heard that he's a true giant in the industry. He's a true legend. He's earned all that. There aren't so many people in my field that actually measure up to that test. There will be right at the top of that list. Bill grosses departure moved the markets. He managed so much money and people assumed that a lot of that money would follow him out the door. So traders scrambled to get ahead of that to trade around it. And regulators started to worry that this was going to be a systemic event, something that would knock the economy off course from these still shaky post crisis recovery. That didn't actually.
"bond" Discussed on Planet Money
"Crisis? So they basically bet that there was going to come a point when borrowers went home owners who had taken out these enormous mortgages wouldn't be able to make their payments. Pimco makes a huge bet on this that people have borrowed too much, the housing market is overheating, heading for a big crash. So pimco scales way back on risk. But they start doing this in like 2006, which is pretty early. Well before the crisis really starts. Pimco is just twiddling their thumbs waiting, which means they're also missing out as the market keeps going up and up. What was gross thinking during that time while they're like waiting for things, what they're sort of sitting back. Internally, he's kind of nervous, right? Like you can't time the market. No one no one can time the market perfectly every time, right? So he's got these internal doubts. He's kind of wondering if he's lost his touch if he's totally wrong. And he's kind of just waiting. When the financial crisis does hit, Bill grows and pimco are proven right. Suddenly, they have enormous power. The federal government needs giant debt buyers like pimco to step in. Buy up all those distressed mortgages, because that is what will stop the spiral of the crisis. But pimco wants some assurances. It has an ask of the government, which Bill gross makes at every available opportunity. He does it in writing, on TV. The government, and I say this, unfortunately, the government is part of our future in terms of not only the mortgage market and housing market, but other markets as well. We need the government balance sheet and to be this little campfire can turn into a forest fire, and that, you know, somebody needs to step in. Somebody with unlimited buying power, who could it be? Who is the only entity in the entire universe that has unlimited power? So Bill gross is saying very clearly, you know, we're just going to sit on our hands until somebody comes in and helps to stop the spiral in the market. We're not going to buy this new debt. Unless and so it's like super clear at this point that Bill gross is like a little bit playing chicken with the U.S. government. And so what happens? So they basically pimco wins this game of chicken. I think three days after they were on CNBC, lo and behold, the treasury secretary said that the government would put Fannie and Freddie in conservatorship. So pimco got its way. Yeah, the federal government says, okay, we've got this. We will be the backstop. We won't let these government sponsored mortgage giants, Fannie and Freddy, go bust. So, before and after the crisis, pimco does incredibly well. Having bought up all these assets at enormous discounts. And Bill gets even more famous. Bill gross from pimco, we've been discussing his Sterling year, a Sharpe ratio over three, which is folks. That's like to die for is so would you say, is this pimco and Bill gross at the height of their powers? I think so, yeah, they're basically telling the U.S. government what to do in the middle of this enormous and super consequential crisis. You know, this has implications for taxpayers for homeowners. Yeah, in my view, this is kind of the big moment. This is where they're absolutely the most powerful. Buying up all of these distressed mortgage bonds that the government has now promised back and then later selling them for more money? These trades were a slam dunk. Pimco made a lot of money for clients that year, and the next year. At this moment, they look untouchable. But after the break, Bond king loses his crown. Hey people, the wait wait don't tell me podcast has a brand new show on Wednesdays with me. I'm a joy. It's called everyone and their mom, whatever everyone is talking about, that's what we'll be talking about with weiwei panelists, comedians you love, and people you don't even know you love yet. Just listen to the wait, wait, don't tell me podcast from NPR, wherever you get your podcasts, and I'll be there every Wednesday. To a great shows in one feed. Coming out of the financial crisis, pimco was riding high. Bill gross had gained a new level of respect on Wall Street, even though they're in Southern California. And by the end of 2012, pimco was managing $2 trillion of assets and employed 2000 people. They were bigger than ever. But this required layers of management and new business strategies that Bill gross didn't always agree with. He couldn't be the center of everything anymore. Bills the star trader, right? He's the star Bond king. And he's in many ways the face of the firm, but Bill gross was supposed to be just in charge of investing, and he didn't want to do the client stuff and he didn't want to do the like business management stuff, but there's also a whole company to run, right? So there was always someone else running the show from a CEO perspective. And in 2007, that became Muhammad Ali. Muhammad el Arian, he was brought in to be Bill gross's successor, sharing the role of chief investment officer. He also became the company's CEO. Now, elyan is polished, formal, he went to Oxford and Cambridge. Their personalities are totally different. They're approaches to management are totally different their approaches to investing and thinking about investing and arriving at investment decisions are totally different. By 2013, this relationship is really starting to fall apart. And they're sending like passive aggressive emails to each other. And the way this summer, it starts to kind of spill out. Like they're not able to contain it anymore, even in professional meetings with other people present. And in January 2014, Muhammad at Larry and quits. It isn't exactly a clean break, and this turns out to be the beginning of the end for Bill gross at pimco. A few weeks later, a story comes out in The Wall Street Journal that everyone in finance stops what they're doing and reads. It's that kind of story. It said, Bill gross is kind of jerk. I mean, it was really shocking for people across Wall Street. If you didn't know pimco super well, you kind of had no idea that Bill gross was this intense, and that Muhammad Ali and Bill were not getting along like this. The ugly version of Bill gross that came out in the story was bullying and vengeful, not at all like his adorably Midwestern image. Bill gross had spent decades building up this brand. This reputation as the bond king, and his public persona was folksy and really self effacing. So to have this enormous shift in the way that he's perceived, I think that was super destabilizing for Bill gross, and that sets him on this kind of spiral, this really self destructive trajectory where he spends the next couple months trying to figure out who the sources were, hunting down the moles, who talked to the journalists. And other people at the top of pimco, the management, they're like, this is not at all professional. What if clients hear about this? He's not showing up to work as a professional person anymore. And that brings us to June 2014. Bill gross is the keynote at this big conference in Chicago called the Morningstar conference. It's attended by basically every client and potential client in the universe, all gathered in this enormous ballroom. And Bill gross goes rogue. He's up at the podium to give this big speech about investing, but he.
"bond" Discussed on Horror Lasagna
"So here's the next question. The next possible change. And this is something I've been debating, but it hasn't really come up with others. Indiana Jones. Could they do another actors Indiana Jones? Harrison Ford is doing number 5 right now. The dudes like 85 years old. I can't imagine swinging on a whip at all that jazz. So they already did the young Indiana Jones series. And she had like a son of his in movie number four. So they're already and that's actually one of the things I was going to say, the way of continuing any number of series very naturally is to say, hum off their son or daughter. You know what I mean? Right. I've been prolific in him being with women. It really might be that there's any number of times, and that someone got pregnant and was done to produce either a James junior or a Jane Bond or whatever else it might be. And Indiana Jones, you would think could be kind of that same thing. They've already introduced the idea of his father had influence on him, why not have that same thing happening with his son or even a grandson? Especially if you're 85. You know, you've got to kind of jump a couple generations to be maybe the sun was determined to not go adventuring, but then, you know how that kind of skips that the eldest is the wild card, the middle one is the one that settles down and has a family, but then one of the kids, here's all about grandpa and says, that sounds great. So yeah, there are easy tried and true literary ways of saying yeah..
"bond" Discussed on Horror Lasagna
"He tunes out paid. He's not immune to pain. You know what I mean? And he's real danger for where when he takes a oh well, I really like that aspect of in this era of incredible special effects with Star Wars and dune and everything else that there's still magic to be found in a tough guy that has grit and agility and he's a good shot and that he's going to fight. I'm sure they go unbelievable once in a while. But then it's just kind of that John woo laughter of yeah. His gun have run out of bullets by now. You know what I mean? And they'll even show things like maybe that's been one of the things that they've heard is a criticism, so they'll show, every time that they kill a guy, they grab his gun and use that and the net runs out of bolts because you don't know how many it had or it's one of those guns it's tuned to your fingerprints so they track shooting. It doesn't work. They really have like danger instead of, it's just being, yeah, he picks up a gun sweeps the room all as well. No, when he's in like a tight fight, he's really, especially against a good fighter. He's getting knocked around just like yeah, I don't know. There's adrenaline aspects to it that still capture me, having seen all of them for 60 years. So James Bond is so unique in the world. Because it was books, you know, this guy was a spy in the war and he wrote books and they became popular. And the books are action packed, but not as much as the movies I would argue. Because I've read them, I've got them. I've got the faucet collection. And I remember that was one of the first series that, like, I graduated from Tom swift and Doc savage and talked a little bit. James Bond were one of the first series. While I was really, I'm going like, if my mom and dad knew what was in here, they would not be comfortable with like ten, 12 year old country reading this. There's real torture in here. There's like two sex scenes. You know what I mean? They were never explicit like other series became. But it was definitely they were adults. They had adult themes to them, you know, but also the adult themes of you have honor. You know what I mean? You have to be proud and country. In a sense of the britishness of it. He's the tough guy. He's a man. You know, there's no question, you know, that he could be a cowboy in other stories..
"bond" Discussed on Past Gas
"It was also a hard top convertible. So bond could enjoy fresh air while shooting lasers. After being featured in the living daylights, Aston Martin once again got attention from consumers and IE, they got big business. The great press and increased sales got the attention of Ford, which would lead to Ford eventually buying and assuming majority ownership of Martin by 1991. The relationship between forward nest and Martin would help modernize and grow the company. It led to more models, including the DB 7. Vantage and the DB 9. Things were looking up for Aston Martin in the relationship between the automaker and the film franchise is going well. But what came next is what would solidify the relationship between Aston Martin and bond for the next several decades. The man behind the Bond film franchise broccoli. Knew what made the spy film special. And he knew the right car was key. He also knew how to market and sell a movie, which meant a lot of corporate sponsorship. In 1995, broccoli sign an exclusive product placement deal with BMW for the next three Bond movies. Oh yeah, I know this era. Yeah dude, pierce bray is neon with the Z three. No, it's not just a car for secretaries. There's a Z 8. Late as Z 8 and one of them, but they debuted the Z three in goldfinger. Oh, nice. Hop in. Halle Berry, right guys. Halle Berry. Halle Berry. Berry. Hollow, luya. Yeah, I remember it, yeah, then they saw it in half in the movie. Oh yeah, yeah. Fans were not happy about the BMW partnership. They saw Bond as the ultimate British spy and everything he touches should stay distinctly British. Even when the producers switched up cars for Roger Moore's Bond, he was still driving British cars. Bond driving a German BMW did not work for many fans. I mean, Germany bombed the out of Britain. Luckily, broccoli apparently knew what he was doing. And while having a sponsorship deal with BMW for those three movies, which all heavily feature beamers, the producers of bonds still managed to slip a DB 5 into every one of the films. They could sodden half and then it's a DB 5 underneath. And this worked out in the long run for both Aston Martin and the Bond franchise. By 2002 Ford owned Aston Martin and had the money and backing to take back the franchise from BMW. So the ultimate beamer Bond Pierce Brosnan. Finally, in a die another day, Aston Martin became the official Bond car once again. Starting with Timothy Dalton in the early 90s, asked Martin was back in the spy game. And with die another day in 2002 and Pierce Brosnan, the deal was done. Aston Martin was James Bond's car. It was also in the early 2000s the Aston Martin realized they could really market their cars and die another day was the first time since the 80s that Bond was driving a car you could actually buy granted without the lasers. I guess the DB 5 is like a classic. They did like HKS made some aftermarket lasers, I think for this car. Which is weird because they're Japanese company. Yeah, super weird. After Dalton left in our modern Bond Daniel Craig took over, the Aston Martin streak stayed. Unlike with previous Bond actor transitions, no one felt the need to change up Craig's cars. In fact, the director of Skyfall Sam Mendes brought back Connery's DB 5 to add some nostalgia to the film. That was a good choice in my mind. Oh, Skyfall was good. Yeah, Skyfall was really good. That was the one I couldn't remember. Was that the one with Javier? What are you from Florida? Caviar. Caviar. In Casino Royale, we get to see the origin story of Bond winning his original DB 5 in a poker game. Mendes even said in interviews that his love that Bond asked Martin goes way back. The DB 5 was part of my boyhood and it's part of my generation's boyhood. I had the toy with the ejector seat. I lost a little man that flew out and spent the rest of my childhood looking behind. Looking for him, then I spent the rest of my childhood looking for him behind various. You have no idea. It's so fuzzy. Look behind. But I never found the little man. Where's the little man? If anybody out there radio land is found my little man, you can email him to me. Okay, this is some creative license taken with Sam Mendes quote right there. I did literally Sam and as at Gmail. James sounded a little bit like Adam Sandler. She'd be like, oh, what a mixed with like Quentin Tarantino, but less energetic. That's a quote. Okay. Mendes brought it back full circle. And now it seemed like Daniel Craig will be driving an Aston Martin in the upcoming Bond film, No Time to Die, including you guessed it, the DB 5. I think that he's going to drive a Valkyrie at some point in that movie. Because that's the next logical set. Well, comes out today. Oh, let's go see it. We should go see it. Yeah. The company itself is doing well and we will just have to wait to see how the new Bond movie does, which this will air probably three weeks from now. So you guys probably have a better understanding. But this partnership seems to be in it for the long haul. Of course, the actual cars used for filming now have stories of their own. In 2019, one of the original Aston Martin DB 5 used for filming gold finger sold at auction for $6.4 million. These auctions and private sales happen all the time. But what about when one of these $1 million movie icons is stolen? There is one car from goldfinger that has been missing for some time. An American businessman Anthony puglia said who's an avid car collector and Bond fan bought one of the original four DB 5s. The chassis number DP two 16 slash one to be exact. Used for filming in goldfinger. In fact, it was the only one of the prop cars that still had working gadgets. He bought it for $275,000 in 1986 at a Sotheby's auction. That's actually not bad. No, it's good. In 1986, that's a little money though. Yeah. That's like before the market really presented itself. Right now, like the idea of cars selling for millions of dollars is not it's relatively new. Like the idea of investing in cars is a relatively new idea. Especially movie cars. What was that? Didn't they just sell Paul Walker's Supra? Yeah. And they went for like, I can't remember what it was. But yeah, like million.
"bond" Discussed on Neue Encounter
"They do a better job with the gadgets in an infiltrating and being spies like mission impossible. Follow incredible but as i was saying the bad guys in this movie. You did more spy things than like bond himself like the bad guys scaled up a building and did that to the window and then like snuck in to a laboratory to get this far. I've like that's a spy thing. But james bond where you do. He went to go visit his friends grave and then drove a car around and then kicked his new girlfriend out. Nice try on. is james bond. A gas lighting manipulator. Yes how he literally made her go like think she was like crazy or like he was like. You did this to me. You and like she didn't do it to the guy. Just contrasting has been betrayed. Multiple times and vesper has his girlfriend. She betrayed him in the first movie because a had like her kid kidnapped or something threatened her kid or something and so they forced her to betray him so he thought the same. He's acting was happening again. But i mean he was a little too angry at her he lib gas. We don't know what happened inspector. Maybe she did that already to him inspector and so she just thought she was doing it again. You know because it wouldn't make any sense for his motive to be so angry at her because of what happened with vesper in the first movie because vesper wasn't her fault and he tried to savor and she ended up drowning. But yeah so i dunno mercer brought up another good point to a key tree in what i do know about the james bond movies that are key tree is that he has beautiful women and he. Just oh this was brought up in my letterbox via so if you don't follow me on letterbox. Beautiful women are like a key aspect of james bond movies. He always gets the woman and let it okay so literally. I like.
"bond" Discussed on The Big Picture
"This had a little bit of the spectre the film vibe of trying to do too much and not quite explaining it enough so it was. I wasn't lost in the in the insanity or the over the toughness. I was lost in like i. I don't know what an antibodies i don't. You said that romney malik was playing a poison merchant. Which like i guess that's a good way of describing it. But i still don't really understand what what he was doing. And to some extent in a bond film that doesn't matter in this a little bit particularly in the third act when you're spending a lot of time with him. It does slightly and i do think that lies. It gets away from them. Usually when we say raising the stakes in james bond movie it means a bigger stunt a bigger chase a bigger a bigger explosion in this movie. It's slightly different because of what we'll talk about later in the chat which is to say that the consequences matter more in the telling of this story and so maybe that means that the story means more. I'm not. I'm a little bit torn on that. Because as i went back and revisited a bunch of bond movies this week candidly. I don't think any of them make sense. And i don't mean that as an insult. They're kind of like secondarily plotted you know. There's like a missile and he's got gotta stop the missile from going off. That's usually like this sum total of the explanation. Someone is power mad. bond has staffer. He has to go to turkey to talk to to to get a key from somebody. Exactly chris you know. How much do you care about the plotting of a movie like this versus the i guess the aesthetic and creative of decisions that go into just making it. Yeah it's the telling detail. So i think the more i considered what happens in no time to die and let's let's keep it to the beginning because i know that we want to like back. Backload this pod with conversations about the ending. I thought that the opening thirty minutes were confusing. Because like you said they they are specter part b. You know it. It is essentially like if you and i i was not prepared for that really. I think this is maybe something that is going to be an issue with the film. Taking six years to come out inspector is that it almost acts. as if like you've just watched specter or specter's fresh in your minder specter is good so you've been thinking about sector for a while But that being said the beginning of the film which opens with basically the inciting incident. That brings romney malik. Character and madeleine swindle. Ese dues characters life. I think it's pretty interesting and i. I think that the idea that someone basically was using specter like tactics to avenge a crime. Committed by spector is really cool and really fascinating. And i think what happens in a lot of modern movies especially big franchise. Movies is that they take a pretty compelling idea and just quickly overcomplicated to shit and they just keep adding layers and side missions mcmuffins and confusing motivations and extra characters where you didn't really need a third villain in this situation and they take. What makes that first kernel of like. Oh cool so lick wisey wearing a mask or why. Why is he so upset at this. This guy this the father of this daughter and then you can't remember why you're you're even watching the movie. Twenty-five minutes later now bond has.
"bond" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money
"Don't change with the times are gonna let it die which sounds like another title but of course the producers will have to make one big and very critical change very very soon because daniel craig is leaving and that means choosing a new bond. Stacey from hollywood branded has some thoughts about this. you're absolutely going to look for a man of color. If they want to have a feel of bond and relevancy they're going to have to look at something other than just a very sharply dressed older white now. What about a female bald anything. That's going to be harder. I think that you have such a male demographic built in you will cut off your audience japanese of you just decide that you want to go all in for few now. I mean women make up half the population on the planet. What about selling more tickets to them as for no time to die. It's off to a strong start through last weekend. It took in about one hundred twenty million dollars in fifty four foreign markets not too shabby and that's before opening in the world's two biggest ones here in the united states and china. So that you have it how to rebrand. Bond expand the franchise to other characters continue. Diversify the casting and crazy idea female james bond. I volunteer. I would pay money to see that. This episode was produced. Paper in cronin and jessica beth with help from isaac rodrigue was fact checked by michael and edited by cape kincannon. I'm sally herships. And i'm frank lengthen. The indicator is a production of npr..
"bond" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!
"I'd probably be squirming like that too. But then after he's ducking the bullet in grimacing and stuff bond calmly picks up his automatic rifle and starts firing back at the pursuers coming up alongside him but a little bit to the river they were still but then seemingly the right ad aside and there's another camera shot of bond firing at them and now we have the perspective of the pursuers as bonds weapon is aimed right at them so we're looking down the barrel basically of bonds weapon so now at us. Yeah now we're in the other car and bond is aiming his weapon at us again. I love these point of view shots. And they're throughout this chase and so we are brought into every part of the action. So now we are the pursuers. We started off as an observer on the water in a boat then bond looking at his side view mirrors reflection to the pursuers coming up on him. Now we're the pursuers as i think as added so much richness to this pre title sequence. Agree with you totally on that. Yeah all right so bond by a very good shot. We know that from other movies. It's amazing all these henchmen. Shoot a billion bullets and don't hit anything. Yeah first time. He's a good shot like you said not. so much. His pursuers being a good shot and here again the camera brings us right into the pursuers vehicle and we see here because i wondered why the car would crash off the cliff. The pursuers car as it will in a second if bunches hits the passenger who was shooting at him. No we see the driver. Grimace his driver's side door window get hit with bullets. And then the car plunges off the cliff this was terrific to show us this almost as though we were in the car so yeah they're car crashes off the cliff another car off the cliff but that's great that's a great camera angle there and they revealed something to us that in a second you would miss it and kudos once again because the car did not blow up as it real found eight how mention this scene in the motrin article so i don't know if they maybe they took the guest tank out of this one too i'm not sure and i read sound effects as the cars tumbled on the rocky hills. We have the sounds of the engine at twenty six seconds in and now we hear the car tumbling down the rocky hill especially when it comes to a halt there's the remaining sound of rocks and dust settling ours done but their stuff still falling around it. We talked about this another podcast. Cars don't usually explode during this type of trauma now. We've come a long way from the hearse which went off a cliff to the carbonari and the pursuit vehicle here in quantum of solace cars fall hills in many many james bond movie. Yeah they do. I think the biggest thing that bond villains could do for themselves and their henchmen is target practice..
"bond" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"Oh, that is cool. Because he was just he was lying that he wasn't actually appropriate and he was actually just trying to get his revenge. All right, all right. Because I saw an episode, I tried to watch Colombo, because I'd ever watched it as a kid. You mean either in my British friends love this and I really want to find the time to sit down and get into because it seems like I would really like it. But please tell me about it. It did not take. I know. But if a devastation there, but which I should try again, but I was watching it and but one of the first because I tried four or 5 episodes. I'll read I'll watch I'll give it a, I'll give it a real college. Yeah, Terry pratchett novels. I didn't like him till I was 6 in the Dresden files. You write better after the fourth one. And you're just like, you read three books, and then it was better. And I was like, yeah. Yeah. I'll give it a shot. But so Columbo, I need to watch more. But and the character, I think it was the third and fourth when I watched the character was fascinating because he was a German jeweler. And I was like, that guy's probably a Nazi. It's the 70s and he's age appropriate, and he's a bad guy. And so, and it turns out he was one of the hiding Nazi people, right? Where the Israelis were constantly trying to root them out because they just tried to slide back into society, except for the ones that all the western governments hired to be part of their think tanks. So but like the guards and stuff like just normal like normal citizens who just murdered a bunch of people. The Israelis were like, no, we're going to find those guys. And we know that you kept the scientists in the smart guys. Yeah. All right, fine. But we're going to we're just going to go find a bunch of the murderer types. And so which I always thought was an interesting delineation on their part. Good for all right. But so I do, I kind of so you think if I were to read the first James Bond novel? Should I reconsider royal? Rail, or should I go to a different one? No, Casino Royale is, it's a lot darker and he is very, much more statistic in it. And he actually tone the character down after that to make him more widely readable. I really like moonraker. It's a good start. The thing about honor majesty's Secret Service, which is my favorite and I think it's widely regarded as the favorite. Is it's.
"bond" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"After the war by because there was the fall of the British Empire. You know, the breaking up of the British Empire at that time. And also the Cold War and the Soviet Union. And so her later books become they're all their James Bond in the way that they're super anti Russian. But they're kind of mean anti Russian. You're just like, the Russians became the Nazis. And the British became stayed the British. There was no, you know, they were like, oh, now the Russians are the Nazis. They're the evil doers. And you're like, well, they weren't great. You know, but the British were nothing to write home about either. You know. This is interesting because in colonel sun, the first continuation novel king's name is made the villain because this was 1968 and I guess he was kind of thinking that things were thawing between the Russians and sort of Ian Fleming did this as well like towards the later Bond novels. It's that Specter, which I don't remember what it stands for. But you know, it's like the society of terrorists, international recreation, not just like this one country. So you're sort of taking it away from that. In colonel's son, it's a kernel of the red Chinese army. Thinking that, you know, in the future, China would become one of the enemies more so than Russia. But then when they started up again in the 80s, it's pretty much strictly Cold War stuff as we all remember. And then in the 80s, there was nothing to write home about with the British either, or with the Americans, like the thing is it was all pretty blurry. I mean, the great thing about Nazis is that they are the stormtroopers. Of society. You can with impunity, kill Nazis in a movie, right? Because you're like, oh, they're Nazis. You know, I mean, you think about Indiana Jones. Yeah. You know? And it's never there's never a you're like, oh, that poor guy. Nope. Nazis. I hate these guys. And so and so it is very hard to make the Russians into that when I mean, though in the McGinnis books,.
"bond" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"The online outlets and then if just people if people go to ogs stone dot com, they can link to all of your different stuff, obviously, right? You're building. Because that does sound lovely. I kind of want to read it. Awesome. I should probably yes, yes. And I should read some James Bond, maybe. The last. Series that I read about spies was this woman who wrote British woman, they made books out of movies out of four of her books. She was living through the blitzkrieg, while she was writing a spy novel about just before Britain entered the war. So her name is Helen McGuinness. I believe. Yeah, I think you would there's she's written. She also wrote some. Romance novels, but they could not be more sad sack. They are literally the most tragic I mean. People should get together, but the thing is is when you look at what her life was during those. Spot during when she was writing. It I am this is a real clock either you guys have just Googling something. Yeah. So it's MAC. And ES, and she had books that were made like let's see her yeah. So above suspicion was made into a film of the same. That sounds vital. Assignment in Brittany was also another film of hers. A fruit Brittany. Campaign. Free pretty, yeah, yeah. That's completely about that. And during the war, and during the prophecy, that'd be amazing. But the war was sadly Iraq. And so in the first war. The but she wrote all of these books that were from and she wrote literally from 19 41 to 19 76 and the spine novels are kind of fascinating. And her characters are very interesting. She probably has, I think she did the same thing that Ian Fleming was like, I got bills. I think we have a couple of kids here. We've got to pay some. And so she was like, you got to turn the page. You got to turn the page. And so I read probably 6 of those books right when right before that would have been 27, yeah, it would have been 2015, 2016, and then they got super intense because she was living through World War II, writing about World War II. And she couldn't see the end. Oh yeah. And so, you know, when you read books that were written after, it's all, you know, you know who wins. But if you're, if you're spending, you know, nights in the dark and sometimes underground in London, things like a lot of bleak and you're like, we kind of believe, kind of believe. Got to believe and there's that sort of feel to it that was kind of amazing in her first three.
"bond" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"I think it's a great story. Okay. And they sort of picked so they discontinued this idea to do more Bond novels after Colonel Sanders released until 1981 when John Gardner picked up the series. Okay. And then he sort of brought bond into the 80s. Which king's name is did not like John Gardner's novels, though I like them. There's a couple I really like. It's my goal in life to have read all the Bond novels. I stated this I think at the beginning of the year that this is one of my goals. And it turns out there's 36, I think all told with everybody right in them, and I've read 19. And the 90s ones I think are gonna be tough. All right, yeah. Plowing through different yeah. I read one of them and it was an American writing is a Raymond Benson. And I liked it, I was listening to the audiobook of this one. And I liked it, but I didn't think he got bombed entirely right. He makes him a bit too much of a womanizer. Like within the first chapter he is like asking this Greek military woman to join him in the shower, which James Bond would never do at least not the bond of the books. Right. Would you ever want to write a Bond book? Yes, yes I would, and I actually wrote a parody. Okay. A few years back, I haven't here because I thought it was relevant. Oh yeah. There it is. Off license to kill that's hilarity. Hilarious. Yes. When I moved to London in 2003 to do some recording. And I absolutely fell in love with London. And then I spent the next ten years there, just doing what I came there. And I was making music at the time. And actually, I brought on her majesty's Secret Service over with me on the flight there in September. And I had this copy from the 80s. I remember my grandmother had gotten me. And I loved the book and then I'm reading it on the plane and then a page one 60, I turn it, all right, look at the opposite page and it's page one 70, like ten pages have dropped out of my book. And I was like, oh no, it's like one of the first things I did when I moved to this new country was I went to a water stones and not a real gate and sat in a chair and read like the ten missing pages. And then I used to be quite a big drinker as the plot of this book is the main characters James vagabond. There you go. Star agent at the British trunk in Secret Service. Nice. Thank you. That is awesome. So and that fall in London was very, much like an alcohol fest. You know, it's a different culture over there. The pup is just sort of central to everything. Well, I think it's just alcoholics. If you want to find them, you can go to any country. And I tell you about the culture that's in Wisconsin. You could find Jennifer culture in Wisconsin. It turns out there's what is sober people, not living that culture. But if you want to. Oh, you could buy there. Yeah. But so you ended up drinking your way through London for several months..
"bond" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"No. Oh. Which for many years. And this isn't. To add it to apropos of anything. I got doctor Nolan doctor strangelove mixed up. The two movies, two very different movies, but both doctor strangelove, much more serious, weirdly enough than doctor. No, I think. Okay, so James Bond is he's a guy with a licensed, does he have a license to kill the books? He does. Yes. He is in the show below section, which you have the section with the license to kill. There's only like three or four of them. Okay. And okay, so there's three or four O's. And it's at their discretion. They can just they're like, oh, this has to this needs lethal force. I can murder somebody. And I think bond is very conscientious of the fact of what it means to take somebody's life even if it is an enemy. And you can see, especially in the Daniel Craig films, how this haunts him. Okay. Like the reason he tweaked so much and tries to drown himself women and alcohol is I think. Yes. Yes. Nobody ever drowns themselves in good works. It's always weird. Nobody's like, you know what I got to do? I got to feed the homeless. And entirely different Bond film. It really would. It would be it would be a Bond film where you're like, nah, I just gotta go get laid. And literally we're talking about 11 minutes of Cersei's. I mean, it is not like it's not a long, I mean, maybe some tantric sex. You know, if you decided to get into like an 11 hour sting kind of situation or, you know, the kamasutra. Yeah, we should write this, you know? Metric sex Bond film in which he decides to leave the homeless when he's done with all the tantric snacks. Those are two different books. Those are two different. Right, right. Maybe it's a double O 9. And maybe there is one of the os that was decided to use his haunted presence for good instead of the double O 6 9 who's like right below double up. Wait a minute. And so what do you reread them? Are they a pretty good reread? Yes, I read them when I was a kid. My introduction to Bond was I remember I grew up in Connecticut and my extended family were very close, we'd always gone vacations together. And one weekend, we all went down to Atlantic City. There's less than a couple hour.
"bond" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Breakers day with a raid off a me and I guess they will probably be pointing that direction again as we would like get some black type for her and we had some of his siblings with full sisters sisters that We have bread stuff. Like i say this much spread to the factor in a couple of other Grass types. We'll see what happens and also there was. There was one jimmy. There was one more. I think on friday right was their third. Did you have a third. And she didn't she didn't take like we thought she would She got very high action. Kid join the bottom. And she broke down and got put back in the dirt and You know i don't wanna make the mistake prioritizing. I kept him under a little too long and found out that he was a better horse. That was fancy feline. And i knew it because i used fancy feline and because it seemed like one of those kind of weird groups you know. The pat pat. Kelly was on with us opening day. Pat said I i may have the worse. Five two favourite the history of saratoga with you should be dancing just does not want to win seemingly cashing checks but It had that look in linda's horse that uncles uncles gem ended up winning. And she figured you know. But i thought fancy feline if she took to the grass was was certainly at eight to one was usable. Yes she had a little. Bit louisa factor. Because you know we're really starting to realize that was homeless. You know trying of last year. And you're gonna hit it. I think he made it pretty tight meet the way he was writing last year. Here and and You know he's a fan favorite. Like iran and jose as indefinitely. Just gives you a true hired ride. Every time i mean he's just he's just such a personal find young man. And you know that it's smiles as contagious. Jim bond with us and bon. The james bond racing dot com. If you want to learn more about the song hill and to being to get involved with their horses and i'm sure An eat really. You can go up to jimmy any day and an ask and he and his boys and Tina him happily tell you more and bring you to the barn. Whatever unique opportunity and jimmy in terms of Some starters this week you've got Got action really all three days to. There's another part of this that would be fine. I imagine if you get in on one horse what always happens. Is everybody ends up. Friendly with each other and support each other and comes out comes to the paddock and routes each other on. So you get plenty of action I if you get involved with the bond team three on wednesday tomorrow Galina rico and then milano then one on thursday maiden claimer oruma and then potentially two on friday including a potential First time starter. Castle chaos palace malice What What do we need to know about the the next three days. Well i mean there's a couple of them that you know kinda depends what happens tonight and tomorrow with the weather does not turf. I think maybe rained off and You know probably be better for that horse personally. And i think she just starting to wake up a little bit that's absolutely have to and You know we tried around the grass and it just didn't work and she seems to be kind of finding own own a little bit now. I think that last race by the walker up a little and There were you know tasha cautiously optimistic. i kinda liked the arm of philly and the on thursday. I mean that's really. I think she really wants five. And a half She's been a little unlucky and she just kinda hangs a little bit that lasts seventy hours at belmont. And i'm looking for her to run a little better race and like i say you know we're just hoping that the race in god's shaina well already off to a terrific start and you get A a great steak win and you know you can't. You can't go wrong from that point. I said the norm. Cassie yesterday And i you you get that. That photograph from adam and The everybody's good mood to start the meat and It just you know. Get off on the right foot. That camp you know can't be beat that way and barnum and the momentum the barn everybody just is happier and the horses are happier and kind of feeds off each other so it's a good positive. Jim bond i appreciate it. I wanted to make sure to.
"bond" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!
"Check number nine was number nine was thought to be an embezzler by blow fell so if we remember in from russia with love cranston who was number five he gets the poison shoe blade if you have a job for life with spector. You just don't know how long it'll be. There's nothing not to believe here. In this scene it was cool. I love the hot seat. I don't even think sure spark for help. These guys funding for some rehab. When james bond breaks into camp pies ru room seventeen Prize nine money bond..