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Ashby, Brewers Beat Pirates 6-0 to Split Doubleheader
"Kevin Newman tied a major league record with four doubles while scoring four times as the pirates blasted the brewers fourteen to four in game one no much to run double sparked a six run fifth that included Brian Reynolds two run shot Reynolds had four RBIs his Pittsburgh ended an eight game losing streak rookie Aaron Ashby and three relievers combined on a four hitters to brewers order six nothing when and a split of their doubleheader with the pirates I was awesome you know well I thought it went really well as efficient in the strike zone and is good good to be out there and have like a normal start ready to less blasted a two run Homer to cap a three run fifth they give the brewers a five nothing lead in their fifth win in six games I'm Dave Ferrie
Held Hitless Into 7th by Houser, Pirates Top Brewers in 10th
"The brewers continue to lead the NL central by seven and a half games over the Reds after Milwaukee wasted a four nothing lead in an eight five ten inning loss to the pirates brewers starter Adrian Houser was pulled after tossing hitless ball over six and a third innings Hauser walked five and left with a four nothing lead after tossing one hundred four pitches Gregory Polanco singled home the tie breaking run in the tenth and Brian Reynolds followed with a two run single at the site Garcia tied the game for the brewers with his third hit and third run batted in the game an RBI double in the seventh I'm Dave Ferrie
USMNT Announces Gold Cup Roster
"Right into a charlie. This is this is what we like to do. This is only like to think about. This is what we're looking forward to this summer after that. Big nations league victory from the us. Mnt the gold cup. We knew that this was not going to be the same roster. That went out competed oakley one that nation's league tournament gregg berhalter has been saying it for a long time. We're gonna have to separate groups. There might be a little bit of overlap and likely that overlap is gonna come from mls players because it is the summer and you've got transfer window open you've got guys going into preseason camps trying to earn their way like for instance. He said brian reynolds not here because joe's marino doesn't generally play younger players so they want brian reynolds to beat at roma from the jump with the new manager to make sure he has a chance to get into the team otherwise he's going to be working From behind a couple other names in that scenario where cameron carter vickers gotta figure his cup situation. Eric palmer brown to figure out his cup situation. And greg said admitted our centre-back cool is a little bit light. So here is the roster for those of you who haven't seen it goalkeepers matt turner the likely starter. Funny story there. We'll get to that shawn johnson. Brad gazon defenders george bellew reggie cannon shack more. That was a little bit of a surprise. Donovan pines another site. Surprise but again center back a little bit thin per berhalter miles robinson a starter says greg james sands sam vines and walker zimmerman the other presume starter at center back in the midfield coma. Kosta general kabuchiko stand up kansas city especially jet criminal. Don eric williamson. Who was my must have on this roster injection you'll end up top paul arriola gerald decay. Nicholas keeney matthew hoppy. Who's in for the first time. Jonathan lewis josse artists. Give me your initial reactions. You saw this. Twenty-three you're thinking about the summer you're thinking about the task at hand which is both to win a gold cup but also develop players to push into the first team to get to the world cup. What are you thinking right now on this thursday morning for me. I'm thinking there's not any anyone that i'm particularly surprised about. That's one too. I think this group is is has enough quality to win now if mexico brings. They're a team. That's going to be challenged in especially with mexico hungary to avenge that nation's league loss.
Pirates Rally for 6-3 Win Over Skidding White Sox
"The Pittsburgh pirates rallied from a run down scoring four times in the seventh inning to top the Chicago White Sox six to three Brian Reynolds had a pair of RBI singles for the pirates while Adam Frazier blasted his third home run of the year Pittsburgh pitcher Tyler Anderson did not allow a run until the seventh when is money grand dollar hit a three run home run for Chicago Pittsburgh native David Bednar picked up his first career win doing so in relief Lucas G. lido allowed two runs on four hits striking out seven over six innings but the AL central leading white Sox have now lost five in a row Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
Pirates’ Hayes Misses 1B on HR, LA’s Buehler Shuts Down Bucs
"The Dodgers got another dazzling start from Walker Buehler as Los Angeles beat the Pittsburgh Pirates five to three Buehler allowed no runs and only two hits striking out a pair with just one walk over his last five starts he has allowed just five earned runs and has allowed three or less hits in three of those five outings Chris Taylor hit a two run home run A. J. Pollock Mookie Betts and Max Muncy all drove in runs for the Dodgers now thirty five and twenty five on the year in the lost Brian Reynolds and Michael press in nineteen home runs for Pittsburgh now twenty three and thirty six Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
"brian reynolds" Discussed on Essential Craftsman Podcast
"It was like a a week later so i i talked to him and and he had talked to his wife and and they decided that that we continue the conversation he probably like burst into tears of joy right when he okay so so that was in the. I think that was in the fall of two thousand sixteen that i made that made that call So anyhow so i my wife and i went over there and met with them and Started talking through things and we decided that that that we're going to try to make it work so then it was try to figure out how you just a second. You came home from ban. You said hey. Are you called. Elisa that say elisa. I called any potter. He said he would think about it. What did she say. I don't remember what she said. I know she was excited. You bet she excited that that that i finally. You're moving to do something different. So then he had a few excavators and dump trucks in a couple employees. Is that like the this scope of his. Yeah work as a as a three man crew raw dexter and denny yet and had been in business for decades and nyc been like big. Just do the dirt were locally as at that cool and he had then the same reputation that brian had now. And there's been lots of guys that i've talked to that. They were appalled here. That danny had sold his class act. Classic dexter and russ and danny were just smooth. Danny's sell now what you know. And then when the word got out brian who's bro. Oh brian reynolds be all right. And they've been so. Tell us about so you guys started talking and this is what i mentioned earlier but i think it's the most beautiful negotiation i've ever heard of so tell us about legacy get to like that moment. You you're both started doing research on figuring out what this thing's worth. Yeah so so. Basically we decided Which machines he wanted to sell because he wanted to keep some machines because he's got a she goes on fires and things like that so there's some things he'd do want to sell and that's fine so so. We went through the machines that that he wanted to sell. And and i went home and my research you know what machine worth. And then he did the same and we met together and and just kinda go share a little bit until we had a firm number what we're willing to pay for each each mission machine specifically and then the trickiest thing is is purchasing. What they call the blue sky. You're buying someone's business. So what does that. What what are your getting. You know it's not like i'm buying existing contracts or anything like that. That's not what it what it is. You're you're buying a name a reputation and and so how do you put a number on that phone number because of name the only thing tangible a lot though that i get is the office phone number which is mostly spam callers. Really and then and then A name on the door. And so you know. I researched it and there's different formulas that people have come up with based on a gross revenues and in all these things like that and so just came down to okay. This is what i think it's worth and So in met with them and we both basically had the same had the same number so all his anxiety going into this like you know. Are they going to be offended. When i say what i think is worse you both at wrote your number down on a piece of paper energy chemic- all right turn it over a match. Exactly how that would be something like that. But yet we had the same the same number so right there. Then everybody's happy. I was happy and they were happy. So that worked out really good. Yeah and you're like oh shit offered him less. It really is cool. And i gotta think for him. It's just gotta be so satisfying to we're going to bring danny here has interview with him. Just they'd sell your business in that way and you know that that value of blue sky. Nobody knows how valuable it is. More than danny and yet it's like they're just how many people are how many buyers are therefore that blue-sky one right like he needs you and you need him kenneth and the hallway through it. He he always said that has to work for me for me. Not for him because you know. He has his business that he's developed over these years and years and years of working relationship with different builders and whatnot and and he's turning that over to me. Yeah and so but he knew that it had to work for me or else i wouldn't do. It would not be sustainable. It was for him. I think it was a way away out away of you know of retiring because you don't have these people that you've done work with for years and years and years when they call you kind of feel loyal the kia helping them out and and this. This is a way out of that. They wouldn't call you if they didn't need you and so at the moment you're going to decide. Do i tell them that. Even though you need me. I can't help you anymore. And the customers for or a lot of businesses so it's it's other homebuilders who is not like one customer who needs plumbing repair..
"brian reynolds" Discussed on Essential Craftsman Podcast
"I'm going to hire him away from you. Okay that's fair enough. How long did you work for. Bruce twelve years that's lawyers. You know when. I when i started. They were in the middle of a large. Rv park project and it was a lot of production. And you know. I'd pour some concrete back in eastern idaho. But i wasn't a season competed in earlier. No by any means just ram so you know fake it till you make you make it so i started out working with those guys pouring concrete every single day and i just planned on staying there for a couple of years learn some experience and then strike out on my own pool decks right. And they want to do decorative now a lot of pool decks here in douglas county so but anyhow we we got involved in some really unique projects and bruce does. I really really enjoyed the work. the challenge. It wasn't it wasn't repetitive. Work we did like a custom basement around walls or we did some spill ways and little by little. I started doing more of the The structures for water you know like the put a box culvert under highway and we'd build the the wing walls on each end The those were probably my favorite things to to work on Pretty non-typical lots of rebar government specs had to be done. Just exactly one way in. Just exactly one schedule. I know this is going to sound weird to some of the guys listening because it came out of college and went right to finishing and pouring concrete which is not what a lot of people doing after college you know they imagined more. I don't know not manual labor like that. But what was your like. I guess at the time you were getting experience and getting ready to go out on your own thing is that sort of the mindset. You were you you obviously. You're happy to work hard. And that's not my point. My point is more you didn't you didn't see anything wrong with just jumping right in next to you. Know old salty concrete guys. And even though you've been through college at that point in could technically have probably settled in a more. I dunno landscape architecture. Probably has some more comfortable office type jobs. I would think right. I'm just not an office guy. Yeah i grew up working outside the blue-collar lifestyle. Yeah and i love it. So i had no desire to sit in the desk desk all day long. So but your education helped you with bruce. 'cause you ended up helping with bidding and job tracking and cost estimating and some management responsibilities. That you more qualified for probably. I'm guessing because of some of that educational time. Yeah i took a bidding in estimating courses in school. So i had i had some some ideas on how how it works you could operate a keyboard have computer skills and how to use spreadsheets and those kinds of things. I learned those in school. Nom saw certainly valuable Skills that that i gained there. Was it worth the cost of tuition. Oh i don't know. I suppose you could learn it medway.
"brian reynolds" Discussed on Essential Craftsman Podcast
"You know there are people will it. It's like every other aspect of commerce. The whole the whole paradigm of anticipating costs and selling a price and then performing the work. There are so many so many ways to hurt people on both sides of the equation. That if you can have that relationship of trust where people are really pretty relaxed going in that. They're gonna have to pay what it really cost. They're not gonna pay less than what it really costs. And they're not gonna not gonna have to pay more than what it really costs for a lot of people who are developing rural sites like that. That's about all they have to have. Yeah and i guess with equipment When i worked in accounting and attorneys do this do they have to keep track of their hours that they work on a client because they just bill that way. And i'm just thinking out loud. It's kinda handy. These machines. Have these our meters. It's probably. I don't know if you utilize it in that way. But i mean if you if the machine run for fourteen hours to get the job done. It's kinda like i don't know to tell you. This was harder digging than we thought. It took fourteen hours and d. Do you utilize the hour meters for billing at all. Yes okay yes. Every single day i have a. I have a notebook that i write in every day. It's kind of like a diary. I guess. job law. I read a description of what we did. What machines used that day. How many hours they worked. I write down all the materials us on job and so even if it's a hard bid job i track it that way so i know what it actually took on. The jobs that are that are timing materials. I mean that's what i pull my invoice off is all out of that book. I i guess what it is. Maybe this is the answer. Like when someone's never done something like i've never done any type of site work like that. I have no idea what to expect. The how long that would take no idea in the world could be like two hours or it could be like twenty five hours. You know for a machine right. No idea but when you've done it a few times. I guess for you. It's sort of like you can have a pretty good idea what it would take mostly the day increments though right mostly in day. Increments you okay. Okay so everything's gotta make sense stakes day just to get the machines there half a day. At least yeah. Yeah i mean you gotta move your equipment out there and you know about how much you can accomplish in a day. I mean at a truck can only bring so many loads iraq rock and a day based on how far aways the pit. And what's the traffic like. You're going through town or not so so. That's been my experience talking to brian. Other people that do things like that is up. I'll probably be in here about four days. And he knows he's going to have three machines and he wants so he said okay. That and i've you know. I use danny a lot before you bought denny's outfit and i used a few other guys and i knew i was never really profoundly disappointed on that probably as much as anything because i was usually a right there with them. In the way you know run on the rod or something and you can see the equipment's running and you can see the dirt going or coming and so at the end of the day. Yeah but still. I had to prepare a price for people and so i would ask you got an idea. What what what am i safe with and i would put a safe number and narayana gets all about trust somebody a little bit and that is pretty much priceless because men you could really a contractor could really take advantage of somebody and be who hasn't gonna take a long time and then the person be like okay. I have no idea know. And i know every it's not just dirt work where that's a thing you know. It could be a mechanic you know. They're notorious for that. It's the same. It's the same thing so ryan. Do you think that there's any can people who who are interested in this type of thing. They could rent this machinery and do these jobs themselves is that is it even possible to save money doing that or you know what i mean like. Let's say i was going to build a. And i was telling you i'm gonna i'm gonna save a few bucks. I'm gonna rent all that. Is that even possible or is it just hiring the pro that's gonna cost them less You know if you're if you're a person that's pretty adept in knows knows how to have me has a background in some kind of construction and you could rent a machine and and you can do okay with it but the same time we can do it Probably more efficiently yeah You know if you dig a little too deep me didn't have a good laser or something like that you're gonna buy more concrete for your footings. You're gonna buy more gravel things like that they're going to end up costing you more money in the long run or even i like having a dump truck available because if a person rents an equipment they dig a hole then you like you got to pay so the company to come. They're not gonna come till the next day. But you're paying rent on the machine s and short load for whatever whereas you own the dump trucks and so they're gonna be there. Seems like almost that right there. If there's going to be any material or dump truck happening at all. I don't know how you could. That's how it work. That's how it worked for me. I mean is one thing to dig the dirt. And then you gotta move the dirt and then you gotta get the dirt off site and you gotta get gravel back put in place and you've got a grade the gravel and there's not one machine that's gonna do. I mean you know a back. Abaco comes close but you still gotta haul stuff in and out you know. Yeah back is you can shuttle the material across the road. Nobody messes up things like that. Yeah but yeah. How have your own dump. Trucks is is a big is a big plus i i hate dump trucks. I can make more money with a mini excavator than dump truck because dump trucks burn lot more fuel all these taxes. Your tires are taxed. There's huge costs and they can actually bill more per hour for a mini excavator than a dump truck and have more fun running it but at the same time with dump truck i get rock when i want to get the rock. Yeah i can haul my own equipment around. You can clean up the mess when you need to clean up. So it's it's a necessary evil but with a dump truck. There's always something.
"brian reynolds" Discussed on Essential Craftsman Podcast
"Bids were coming in pretty quick and once they slow down you better through your hand in the air or it's gonna be sold done so i threw my hand there one time and that was it and you had owned it. Wow and my brother was with me. And i looked at him and said i just by that is that mine. Oh so do you got for less than what you would have been willing to spend on it. In other words it turned out to be a good deal. Yeah yeah it turned out to be a fair price and it's been a good machine. Yeah wow how big is that. I went to a ritchie brothers auction in phoenix and it was nuts like a stadium. There's they're literally like stadium seating. Well it felt like they could have had a you know a concert. There sort of it was amazing and then basically the car vehicles are the equipment like drives across the stage. Kind of and all the people in the chairs and it's it was it was unreal. And i don't know if that was an especially big venue or or you know facility or what. What was the one like. that's how they are. Mike went to it was up in wash. Yeah same thing you sit you sit in this like an auditorium and the quick drives by on a stage yeah. All the equipment is drivable rail and then then there's another room that's next to it. Yes and they have the virtual auction they out so cranes and excavators equipment that they can't really drive across the ramp. They just show a picture of it. And you're bidding on the pitcher so they just drive across two. They operate the features of the machine or they just drive it a courageous driving across you know they'll they'll lineup six off road dump trucks across on the stage and whoever gets the bid you can pick which ones you want. O'neill all of them view on number one and number three in yours and then they let the next person second excellence and or they'll start overbidding again. No kidding no they have you know great concession stands. Yeah it's just. It's a fun place to go. People travel and go to those auctions just as activities. I met some people. they're like. Oh yeah we the vacation they not. They don't follow the auction but they will visit the auction as if it was like a you know a sightseeing kind of thing and i can see why it was like a festival there all right so you're going to buy a little diesel a diesel piece of equipment. You get into started up. You're looking at smoke. You don't wanna see any white smoke. Come out of the stack you you go around check to see. If the fittings have been greece near as you can tell you look at the roles and the undercarriage and see if there's anything left on the rails on the tracks and all that kind of standard stuff anything else. What else do you look at that. That's a big thing especially with excavators or does irs. You wanna look at the undercarriage. Because that's all it's all metal metal where parts There's no really way to lubricate that or greece or anything and so it. It wears out and that was her. That's a large cost to Replace and it's a certain cost. You can put it off but sooner or later. Somebody's got to replace that stuff. So you can just see like the connections. That's that has worn back in that. You can just kind of say liquid rocket and the brackets and half gone yet. The teeth get shorter and shorter and shorter and shorter. And the scoops in between get deeper and deeper and yeah and and the the rails on the tracks are just sliding like you said they're sliding and so they will just they'll get thinner instead of the rail being you know three quarters of an inch or whatever it was it factory and answer an inch and a half on a big machine is just gets thinner and thinner and just gotta be replaced as metal metal and then you add some mud in there and gravel and just out So last last question on equipment will move on. Do you have your yet. Any like needs equipment needs at your shopping for a piece of equipment. That would make your life so much easier that you would hope to add to your your coursey toolkit at some point you got for the viewers right now. You've got a collection of excavators dump trucks the skid steer. I'm sure a few other odds and ends. But yeah roller. And i. My next thing would be A new takuji. Because you know minds a two thousand. Four when i got it. It'll have like two thousand dollars on it. And so i had a lot of life left in it but i use that machine a lot and so if it if it went down i i'd be hurting. You have to buy a new one adjective. I had to get something because we're so used to the efficiency of it and what it can accomplish in a day. I'd be i'd be rough shape without one. I'd like to upgrade to a newer model for sure. and you. You feel brand loyalty to attack hoochie. At this point i would think i i just i would. I really like how it's made Could you do a lot of the work on them yourself too. Yes yes and and. That's the machine that i get around most of the time. Yeah dexter on the excavator i. I rarely get a run. The excavator i mean. He's he's better out than i am. Sure he's the one that runs it so. I spent a lot of time in that in that track loader and then obviously the japanese company based on the name how that sounds in my ears. Yes why are the japanese so good at making equipment and cars world. And you know it's like all you need to know the dirt bike is a car. It's a track loader. I'll take the japanese one seat. I am the only guy at this party who remembers when it was one hundred and eighty degrees out of phase on that When maiden japan was the equivalent of made in china. Now junk not interested dotson.
"brian reynolds" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"We've asked Brian to stay on we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA pass as Robert simply because he asa class you need to know that most of this artificial and that will help you make an informed decision because when this goes into reverse and people start to clamor Hugh Tim to follow we listen to the Rich Dad radio program thank you for listening and a big thank you to Brian Reynolds.
"brian reynolds" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"And convince them these liabilities are so big they need at seven and a half percent they they they made them or they convince them to raise taxes many of these tax increases are going to go on firefighters and police officers the state governments raised taxes but negated the trump tax cut these tax dollars plus regular money plus leverage went to the corporate guys they bought corporate bonds and the CEO's rather than using this money credit money to build their businesses they bought back their stock set correct yes it is and because these packing pieces are now getting larger than the federal tax they help to keep the Konami slow which means people don't really want to invest in stocks but it was open a bigger credit boom which results in more artificially increased stocks prices while so once going to lead US robby second rich to radio show we're talking to Brian Reynolds and He is a the investment strategist for the biggest institutions going so there's no sense content because he won't contact you we have a hard time contacting him and I saw on Youtube and got it and thank God he's on the Rich Dad Radio Show because I've been chasing down at how does this shadow banking system work so brian is putting several pieces of the puzzle together and what he's talking about because like I said in two thousand and two I wrote a book called Rich Dad's prophecy and I said the biggest the stock market collapse is still coming and it's still coming so that's why this program is very important I said in two thousand four five six and seven I warned everybody get on a real estate for those of you who are in the stock market I don't care it's 401k's or RSP's our public pensions. This is your program the most important programs you can listen to share with friends and family you're listening to the Rich Dad radio show with Robert Kiyosaki they don't be like Charlie Charlie Scans the Internet for information about questionable land trusts in series..
"brian reynolds" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"Pay more per slice if you buy this likes and so that's what does it slices these assets up so that people hey collectively more than their work but you also said something then they what what Lt Cmdr but they take those little slice and they add let Average to it is that what you're saying there's different ways to do that but basically yes you can you can slice assets anyway you'd like and what the bankers do as they slice them in ways that their customers these credit funds will pay the most money for and that's great well the credit market is is liquid while money coming into from the pension system but because people are painting above the fair value of visa if enough people want to get out at the same time there's not enough money hey tomorrow that's what leads to these collapses and that's what happened in late two thousand seven which led to the Liman disaster in two thousand eight the year in the making almost so that was that was that was the real estate market but as Daniel D. Martinez booth says it wasn't real estate it was shadow banking system chopping up these credit default swaps CDL's collateralized debt obligations putting him in trenches and then vert levering them up when that fail the credit fell out and the show the real estate market collapse so I pretty much it I actually haven't easier I I actually have an easier way to phrase all of that one sentence I say it's not the quality of the bond if the quality of the bondholders because when they re allies are not going to get their money back they start to panic and that lowers the prices of their bonds even more so they exit they and because the credit markets is not a liquid market the price drops get faster and steeper into with snowball and stop the money for buybacks and companies can't buy back anymore and since people don't like stocks in general the Stock Market Collapses along with the credit market so credit market is not the same as the stock market is that correct they're kissing cousins companies get funding from debt markets they'd go out and bonds and there's a willing number but let's step back there's two things that you have on your youtube video was the bankruptcy of Detroit and how that put fear through all of these public Yelich calpers or New Jersey Pensions Publican point so the the choice set that off and that brought so the so the unions one out and they raised they forced state governments to increase taxes so all these new taxes came in with a pension market and all these new pensions then went to the corporate debt market and then these CEO's rather than taking this corporate debt and in their businesses they bought back their stocks which sent us which is why the stock market stock prices are so high today could you elaborate on that yes sure well the root cause of that was that most people's pensions are guaranteed most public pensions are guaranteed by the state some of the state's constitution and actually put that in their constitution until Detroit went bankrupt and the judge says you filed and US Bankruptcy Court which trumps state law so the pensioners talk to take a hit on the unfunded liability that sent shockwaves through the publicly the union movement and so they went to every major state twenty twenty three now growing at a rate bigger than the federal tax cut that was granted in two thousand seven seventeen that was a trillion dollars tax cut over ten years that's about one hundred only year right now newt state local taxes going into the pension system growing that more than one hundred twenty billion a year so that's issues now more negative so that so the teachers.
"brian reynolds" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast
"The worst credits then by argentinian bonds at eight percent. Ah we were we've been issuing blinds in the last couple of weeks for european banks yeah for russian banks meza end for african nations yeah all with overwhelming demand so if you're overweight your portfolio with wheeled you'll outperform and that's why money flows to active managers on the credit side in a credit boom but when you're in the lousy credits what it turns and goes against you you can't sell those and that's why you get a bigger disaster because everyone wants to go for the exit at the same time and in a one way market there is no exit and i believe dodd-frank is kind of nullified the brokers and all this their supplies absolutely shrunk so you must have this situation you know highway going in going out where you have these giant institutions on on the credit side owning things and if they do sell next time i guess who's the only only game in town is is the fed i do you have any <hes> well developed is interesting in terms of both the intensity of the credit boom and for what lies ahead i think back to the last cycle and the cycle before the broker dealers were some of the biggest customers for this credit. Remember the bear stearns funds were fifty times margin so was bear stearns and merrill lynch mortgage. They were all fifty times margin now they own under this stuff. They're clean as a whistle but yet it's the most intense intense credit boom in history. The credit markets are owned by over eighty five percent since this credit cycle. Start nominal g._d._p. Is only about thirty eight eight percent so we've massively levered up this economy but without the broker dealers participated that tells you the other participants the pensions the insurance companies they are pressing the accelerator even harder this cycle then they were the last time around why credit bouma so intense and it's the brokers never helped anybody out in a crisis right. If you wanted bid there were no bids because they already own the credit. The one thing that might the next disaster less worse in boston at the bottom is if congress relents and lets broker dealers take on that risk. I doubt it. I think he'll be a bailout allowed faster than they can change that law but that might be one relief valve but it won't it won't come into play early in a crisis. It would only come. I'm gonna play towards the end of the crisis. It might signal the bottom as opposed to signaling a crisis interesting now. Do you see any <hes> social ramifications of this. All <hes> like what happens to the millennials what happened to the baby boomers in in a pension crisis like will there be a a social divide. Is it going to be a political answer. Find it. I run here at the entrance of to politics and this is where all the presidential candidates come through when they visit new hampshire after for the first primary in the nation and it's led to a tremendous divide because if you look at who've been the winners since we started financial engineering during the nineteen ninety s it hasn't been the average working class person in real terms. Real personal. Income is nothing for thirty years. It's been gravitating heading towards the one percent and that's because of this financial engineering which creates a boom and bust cycle for worldcom and enron a boom and bust cycle so for subprime than a boom and bust cycle for commodities and now a boom and bust cycle for commercial real estate which leaves the average person no better off than when they started no wonder why everybody's angry and so from a political standpoint. You're gonna get more division. I think from a financial market standpoint of the politics don't matter because what really matters is the large investors are pensions meeting to make seven percent and that trump's any political political political ideology until they have to cut potential <hes> it doesn't matter we started doing this under george bush the first i <hes> bill clinton then we did it under bush the second we did it obama and now we're doing under trump. That's a pretty wide spectrum spectrum of president means. It doesn't matter yeah. The engine just keeps going as long as the curve. The yield curve is positively slow and our pensions pensions lead to make seven and a half percent. This is going to go on no matter who's in office and has for thirty years yeah so that last part where the yield curve does invert art. I guess that's the race for if you're if you're someone who wants capital right you probably want to just run to the capital markets and raise raise money. You're just taking it in because right now. We're seeing a little inversion on the three months at ten year. Is that the next big kick. Will we'll supply. Just go in overdrive at that point because it's always there yeah companies always want to borrow because they don't know when it's going to end so throughout this bull market wrote this credit boom throughout the last one and the one before companies have always rushed tomorrow. They're always in a hurry to borrow either. The feds raising rates and they want to borrow money before the cost of capital goes up with the feds cutting rates and they want to get capital before the economy cools off. The variable is demand any credit boom. The demand is always there except during these brief panics when it shuts down until there's a crisis or run on the financial run on the.
"brian reynolds" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast
"From real vision with another full audio version of an interview that we released as video on real vision for subscribers. No this conversation brian reynolds sits down with <hes> our reporter tyler neville note brian reynolds may not be a household household name but we had him on because he is the expert in pension liabilities and how these pension funds are trying to generate the returns they need especially when pensions themselves are unfunded or underfunded and so brian is the former chief market arcus strategies rosenblatt securities. These guys sat down in late march in new hampshire. We <hes> brought a whole film crew up to new hampshire and <hes> it was it was a good time. Yeah i think they filmed in a library not really relevant here for the audio version but what is relevant is that even though this <hes> conversation happened a few months ago the kind of talk about what what pensions mean for certain dynamics in the market so it's actually really useful framework it and a free. You don't normally get you. These pension funds don't. I don't like to talk about what they're doing especially when they're having trouble generating returns so it's a really useful view into a huge part of market pension funds are gigantic and we really. I don't know what's inside them until now he said. Try not to sound cheesy so please enjoy this full conversation. Tyler naval sits down with former chief market strategist it just rosenblatt securities brian reynolds.
"brian reynolds" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"This and this. Time for July highlights. Here's Matt Bali. Brewers fall to the pirates three too, but they would strike first in the bottom of the first inning. Yes. Monte GRANDE all lead the inning off with a walk next to batters would be retired, but then Lorenzo Cain would double that would put runners on its second. And third brings up Eric themes. But before he really gets chance to do anything, they get a gift from pitcher, Chris Archer. The. A while. Char, Chris Archer? And they're still not done next hitter after that, or excess technically the hitter who's at the plate at the moment. It is there things. Archer ready? Peres lame. Sunjwan. In the. In the second day standing. It is. The by which would get one of those runs back in the third, you'll leave seen throws a couple scoreless innings, but then he faces Kevin Newman with one out in the third three on the left side of the infield for Newman the pitch from just seen writ to left backing up gamble on the warning track. It it's gone. Kevin Newman is fifth home run of the season, just like that. It's one brewers. Leave. Brian Reynolds.
"brian reynolds" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"Believe he broke his clavicle but Martin hit the injured list with a domino wall. Contusion? Interesting. Sounds like it's like bruised ribs. Yes. But domina wall contusion sounds much cooler. It does it's unclear when he's going to return this one could be one that can kind of linger for a little while to maybe when he comes back to be on a little sore, and it could rob some of his power, which doesn't really have a whole lot to give away. So this is kind of a bummer. This is one of those injuries to where it's something in your in your mid section that you wouldn't think affects stealing, but if it's kind of a pain where you can play, but it doesn't feel great. You're not going to run and then do. Five. Hang right on your chest and stomach. So this could be one of those that inadvertently or that indirectly curbs some of the base to for stowing Marseille, I wouldn't like to see this. Plus he was off to a brutal start just six twenty three opiates. And of course, we know that a brutal start can flip into a good one with one good week. We're still in that zone. But now he's not going to have that opportunity. How do you feel about Stephanie Martine with with Bruce ribs, aka an abdominal wall contusion, I don't think that they're gonna rush him back. If he's not Andre percent. I'm not too worried. I mean, obviously, it's annoying to lose him and surprise surprise. I'm a huge darling Martine fan and a number of shares of fortunately for my main event squad not there, but other places I think he'll be fine. Once he's back and surprisingly the pirates like I think is still best teen or best record in the nationally. Yes. So they are they're going to try to compete now. And I think it's really interesting because Brian Reynolds is a kind of really under the radar name..
"brian reynolds" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"With an opium of six ninety four. It's actually looks pretty good belt can't kick Brandon about he's got no PS two seven sixty seven to lead the team, but Duggar six seventy one. But you're right. His batting average is the highest among all the regular. So you're okay with that. But he's strikeouts are dramatically high. He's got thirty look at a guy like Brandon Crawford sitting to await with an opiate five sixteen twenty three strikeouts. Second on the team is I the the Crawford. One is weird. Because as recently as last week we were talking about a hitting streak or something he was onto any hit. Save is talking about that. And I was hit safely to in a consistent number of what was it spider? I was just going to say I didn't realize that Duggar has struck out the most times of anyone in the National League. So you know, it's good for your leadoff hitter. Hitting leadoff. His own basis to seventy six they're not scoring in the first inning. So that today only three guys with an on base over three hundred belt three fourteen Posey three eleven par-three. Oh, seven those are good three hundred no fourteen. Ain't good. So I mean, I know Mike was being brave and he was leading the pitchers take a hit for. But man. Oh, man. I mean, I and guys is it gonna change longoria. Six twenty two give me star on him. And then the home runs you got power with four you go Duggar with three Ugo belt with four longoria with two Posey with one Bumgarner with one and par with one. That's it. So. Jays tomorrow. Let's go cloudy junior. They're nine and fourteen and we should start talking about something that we talked about a little bit on Friday and the going forward. No jokes start thinking about Barton. Rama's the pick this year at number ten and next year is pick. That's that's going to be your crew going forward. Probably top ten. We're back in QB one Lucas land with the Padres. You're like building from within trying to go on you know, you like those teams that have been sort of drafted low. But this is like oh six oh seven eight all over again when they drafted Bumgarner Lindsey, come and came. I mean Posey imposing so that worked out, right? So just be patient everybody, and maybe a lightning in the bottle. That said how'd you feel about the Brian Reynolds appearance? Do the guy a homegrown outfielder? The giants haven't had in forever. I mean, Doug, their I right. And Brian Reynolds when he was traded from a catch, and we all said, yes. Okay. Well, now he's starting for the pirates, by the way, he at three hundred AA for them last year. He was sitting with three twenty this year before they just called them up. He'd already had five bombs and AAA before they just call them up four for six and two games against the like come on deniro checking in right now, and the GM is that what you're gonna do. Dude. I ask too much put me on the spot. I have to find one. But yeah, that's a that's a trade. That is not looking good marquess to sir is the ESPN radio basketball, man. He was at Indian Boston yesterday. He's built the warriors clips on Wednesday. Let's talk NBA playoffs next. Okay. Six eighty these sports leader. Our.
Deadpool performs interpretive dance in Celine Dion's new 'Ashes' music video
"Seattle leading the radio home of people who will watch pretty much anything julius random thoughts he looks like that puppet i don't know a he said she can't plans it's just random that's all it is all right that's all it is listen this is random lean dion donnie has the audio for us she teamed up with brian reynolds and deadpool for the official music video for brand new single called ashes and i was watching ryan reynolds is the debt you know flipping around and i don't know donny donny didn't like it kinda dumb i thought it was well that's the point host to be dumb listen to the second i just lost the audio now how are you dead i'll get it back looks fantastic in this video i love her outfit and then of course ted pool dancing around but the joke of course is in the first movie deadpool likes leon and so now in the second one here she is back in all for glory coming up all right so we've got that we also posted a mile here we go game xinlong what else doing a caricature of herself believe yes i liked it better when they watched the video with it does definitely better with the along so upset with us right now it's not that we don't love salim selena's in on the joke yeah okay so we also posted pinks daughter couldn't keep her eyes open during her mom's concert the beautiful trauma world tour and it was in dallas and it's really cute and again if you missed the news earlier pink is coming back around again for the beautiful trauma world tour tickets go on sale next friday may eleventh and that is a may fifth twenty nineteen show.
"brian reynolds" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"Both of you drinking whisky we'll sure the highest cullen resident whiskey woodford solid whiskey and so it's a nice burden the drink choice of ryan brian reynolds and ben mendelsohn really a little movie called mississippi grind and ted kennedy and and ted drinking mississippi grind could be missing prince album that's true mississippi to how did you need to text the words bathroom break in all of no idea i woke up the next day and was looking at the messages and i saw that i sent that to you like three in the morning like our conversation it ended and it was like hours later and i was just a drinking bath isn't that message in all caps and i remembered sending a message after that it was like i have no idea what i meant ladder texas honestly funny enough that's the most trumpy of ever been i'll be back to tweet nobody else donald which you don't understand you can tweet from the toilet people are doing it all the time oh he does does tweet from the toilet mind yeah it's true it's a shoot hole so anyway that nonsequitur it gets thrown around all the time so if we're having a really long conversation anyone at any point can just well it's usually me just text through shots break and now it's become a thing to where anthony always ping when it's half haven't you ever like every bathroom break happens i am bathroom breaking.
"brian reynolds" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"You you said no on could you this you really we god you let me ask you a question do you think it would be fun to hang around the rock in real life now before you answer he just seems like a lot yes he does but no my whole family think gives cool but has to offer like four hours to sit with them on a car the yeah yeah yeah yeah and i probably vote for him for president he just seems like a lot right like all the time i bet he's a nice guy but he's driving in the car with in for four hours that come in you could drive better faster come on vin diesel chill out we know also be smiling he's always smiling you also think that what's it goes name from all those movies she's a nicest person ever you watch his characters go that's for sure i've never met her she's super sweet while doing the right johnson's about to launch his own brand of tequila everybody's got to kilo got something around drake has whiskey blake shelton has vodka conor mcgregor has notorious irish whiskey brian reynolds has jen darius rucker whiskey man it's almost like colognes yeah colognes five years ago everybody had smell now it's alternative alcohol this one i can't get in on that i don't drink right that would make sense do you guys have anybody's whiskey or alcohol like celebrities detri pity psoriatic that's good you do.
"brian reynolds" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Studio that's really say so that is really say ends up and so they on earth is deemed moon and just when you you're about to turn this dvd off wesley snipes comes in and it's your classic like latest getting as many of them as possible by like blowing up a building kind of the only good seen this i actually i never saw the for another oshii this movie great oh no this movie might gray no it's now though it's brian reynolds and showed up that's the warnings on right there and they're like they're you know the run driving around and then i think blade is chasing them in his car and then for some reason whistler is that a bigrig and he's like i'm right behind you two two brad here i gotta make reward deliveries and then we're going to get some vampires literally the smallest particle drive bosnian song convoy liber music for meyer of lay is your vote musician you know you're busy vampires have you ever this nearly towns van zandt beautiful it should be a thick like this movie should serve were that the two of them having taught in a while and that's just with lose god now is is dragging to rig dark dark i'm just down the road now mian blade falling out once again ablade is a cool of david crosby come to the compound just for a little while lagaan blindfold juice just like lacking and told me to want to hang out my old friend crawl was sentenced nickname do you think they are a question that you call him duck rock we're the crosby capital team capital.
"brian reynolds" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Many there are multiple because you know they ashes has one pick if she with there are several of the species for of argue that i didn't know that i thought it was just one but apparently there are many and this specific piquiachu there is a human boy in the video game who can for some reason understand what he's saying so i assume that means this peaks you still talks like the other peek at you but there's a human who can understand in for some reason and that human teams up with him to solve mysteries this is a real thing by the way i'm not making things up put in this movie instead of its having a beacon during in him understanding him he will sound like ryan reynolds right i eat i doubt they're going to do that whole only i can understand you that i'm sure it is going to be oh this to speak at you has brian reynolds voice i will say there is a history of puk him on speaking in the shell me out is one that tickets achieve has never once spoken and the one time he has an a recent poke him on movie it away the it only horror so i don't know how this will uh will hold holdover each year probably the biggest folk run fan of of this bunge what do you think of ryan reynolds as speaker to i am again flab flabbergasted a little horrified i don't i just i don't know what's going on he could chew in a sense was made to be merchandise as like this cute little character and figure rain and him having the voice of a slav or snarky brian reynolds is very against his character even though he ah like he said chris he's a speech he's one of a species of many but um i i'm not really sure what to make of this it's a yeah i i don't like it actually i will say that quick moving garm we've been talking a lot about justice league in the evolution that that film had gone through fromm script.
"brian reynolds" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Not enough five hundred thousand like the downpayment payment you now you could get some some things done for five the for like venera what are the kardashians pay do they have like is there drive through for them when they get stuff done just second easy anyone taken looks over the money i am yang okay with how i look you can make money hero but i don't know if i'd be making money if i look like brian reynolds i don't know if i would for the business you've gotten through don't you think you why was a torso model when i was first gone out of high school didn't go well i have a friend who was a hand bottle so they have this woman come in and then she her hands would be in the in the photograph where she beholden to product so she was a model but she was a hand model never got seer face final hour coming up more on the new york knicks in this day in sports history one of the victims of all time hey guys it's richard place jazz jasmine place join us every week for our show on podcast one called starving for attention we're talking to anyone and everyone in the culinary industry we're going to hear some spontaneous back of house conversation about what it takes to make it in different parts of the food business global trends and where the industry overlaps with entertainment and play along with our gains trivia and lackey moments policy every tuesday on podcasts one dot com the new podcast ones hap course if strive on apple podcasts.