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"bruce doc" Discussed on Brew Talk  1310 KFKA

Brew Talk 1310 KFKA

04:34 min | 5 months ago

"bruce doc" Discussed on Brew Talk 1310 KFKA

"From on the rocks Liger, they've got a lot of other great ones in there but for this Colorado native the amber lager, it's a No from me dog not talk approved. It's not good. I feel like there there are people out there. That would enjoy that beer though right I know lots of Colorado native fans. Anyhow are US Kanter I surely those. Right thirteen ten. Let's finish that just. Get a couple of minutes left here chat, right so this is from bells brewing. In. This is their American Amber Ale. Ringing in right at five point eight percent. The beer that helped build bell's brewery So it's one of their flagships. And it's Nice and calmly and multi and. And I'm kind of enjoying it. Yeah and as we started pouring by the time, it got to me. This has a little bit of sediment in the bottom of the bottom a little bit. So that's okay. That's That's fine. But. It'd be nice to be warned about that on the labels on point. I guess I didn't even know. So mine is a perfectly cloudy, poor and unfortunately. Nice and clear. But you don't WanNa see which is the chunks of eastern it, which is fine protein chunks for an amber ale. You're not expecting that if you were giving a half of Isan or a wish or something I feel Tang did we ran into this problem problem? I can't remember which one. Remember either the grapefruit side or that I brought in no this was now this was just the two of US I. Don't Remember Deakin you go look back that was two or three weeks good. Go Ryan a look up what We have the same sale. Did. It wasn't report my beer and it was fine and then tanner port here's fortune. Chunks of big chunks of yeast. It won't hurt you but I don't know. But sometimes it's off putting if you're not expecting. A. Lot of people who don't know they'll look at that and say, only there's a bunch of gunk in my beer like I'm not I don't want that like I think that it's infected or spoiled or whatever, and they'll go I say if the if if you know it's going to happen in your beer you on your label, you got to put it. You put in Gilbert what's Twice, before swirl before portia, what's what's the beer? That's should? Always say more third of it out and then swirl import the rest of it because they don't want these chunks they wanted to be cloudy. So obviously, not after a great start, let's continue on with our conversations here. Any thoughts on this? It finishes quite clean. Has a a nice, amber aroma. And I think it really does a great job. It's it's a good example of an American, Ale. American amber. You know you get the chunks in there, but it's not like they're big and you feel. Like you're doing on sand or anything like that. It's good. It's a good representation of the Amber Ale style. A the only other off-putting thing for me. So my came out pretty clear this. Smells like. It was the Pumpkin Beers. It was the Pumpkin beer you brought in. By the way that was cloudy I can't remember we're thinking about. Yup. Yeah. I we'll think about during the break It's it's got a little bit of that. That's not in there. It smells like. Dirty socks to me. MUSTY musty musty like Jim Colosio need to be changed just like right on the verge or. It's not necessarily earthy for me. It's like those Hey I've been wearing these gyms for last couple of weeks I need to change him. Anyhow, let's get to I. Didn't get that smell didn't either. Off Pudding are you sure it's not just your gym clothes that you're currently wearing. I am I'm sitting here like. Okay we were we messed up this we need to have you bail me out how long do we got left right? Yeah. We need to go here. Some ratings. Eight. Eight. Eight seven, not brew tiger-proofed. We did cigarette. We'll come back. We'll probably get redo this because it was a rush to judgment we'll talk about it more it's Bruce Doc and North Dakota's voice thirteen ten.

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"bruce doc" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"bruce doc" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"We're working with C. Astronomers need to classify galaxies consistently using instruments that measure physical properties buddies rather than a time consuming and subjective technique involving human interpretation Cortez and colleagues used integral spectroscopy to develop detailed maps of the distribution bution and velocities of different components within galaxies then using this information they were able to determine the overall angular momentum of a galaxy which is the key physical quantity affecting how galaxy will evolve over billions of years this study involved some four hundred eighty eight galaxies observed by the three point nine made an Anglo Australian telescope abusing an Instrument Code Sammy Sydney Mardi object integral field spectrograph the semi project led by the University of Sydney and Castro and aims to create one of the first large-scale resolved surveys of galaxies measuring the velocity and distribution of gas and stars of Different Ages in thousands of systems Cortez says says the hope is to identify the physical triggers that cause one type of galaxy to evolve into another pitcher scheming something around for almost wonder under BS and didn't sound saying that was made the second what was possible won the Super Bowl so simple for the team I just where you look at the shape of the Galaxy Galaxy and you've got to come in good shape so you have around galaxies believe because shave and then they could leak because then you have got that shaved these respond a lot of and this is where the being spot on this come from and then that that Oughta inconvenience classes where you have at least forty hours despite a lot of faded and you just walked with Johnny Colon and this being the main. Let's say 'cause the kitchen. Schema that us from using for almost fan three as I say and it's been very powerful the limitations that Fiji was one hundred years ago de thinks mainly a visual fixation and it's very easy to the physical properties of galaxies now understand their evolution a lot better and you've been looking at all as factors combined with an overall better understanding of the way galaxies were twelve billion years ago compared to what they are like now to reinterpret that yeah pretty much a lot of progress it both from instrumentation on points of view and also consequently from our understanding of what we have allies in the last day it cuts except of course the basis of the purfication. Give us information about to kind of what can we go. Formation of galaxies galaxies evolved on one inside the evacuation in Michelle P. V. P. We down. We know now that the stuff suck for me to spend a lot and so when we use that for Michelle. Td disbalances the faith and his wife for example in many cases. It's files can kind of look like more than declaw galaxy side that wherever we also know that. I'm on different from spider and all this information on DVD but those swing dance off the automobile stuff you spy stuff every orbits so the along the same bill because stocks are more on the war and these of course it's completely different from commercial galaxies and so now we can finally discriminate opinionated between the changing stuff from show. He can't change instructor product. He's been the key for the. Let's say the new. It's been done where we're being able to show that the let's let's say great part of the variation in morphology galaxy actually comes from anybody shrinks factual and so by looking at how guests and Stas we're actually moving within a galaxy that tells you a lot about the true tactics of that galaxy doesn't correct yes. Saddam now that we new technology we are finally able to pick much much of the stock how stars and Gus move on we deemed the fish on potential the galaxy where it will not totally where the stars are rotate or they followed on all our beats but also high out foster the rotating and so forth to figure out what what other the property so got through the data late one way how inflect to be and that's where the multi object integral field spectograph. Sammy comes in correct yeah. There's been the key because I'm Sigo. ROSCO P has been around enough strongly for more than three and usually we were able to do just to put a single fiber on the galaxy and just the how the galaxies moving we suspect to us or whether he pulls approaching two or it was going away from us. We didn't have eh any information about the. Let's say became optics of this stuff in gusts that we've been through the galaxy. We'd signed me. We're able to put indices around sixty one five in different parts of the galaxy so we get an independent estimate all the stuff had nothing each part and we've had to start from from what we call a velocity field to figure out how with the Stop Federal taking on offense they are rotating rotating and when you do this this this taste something about what the building blocks of galaxies hours will I mean for a long time. We were assuming that it was just globular. Cost this coming together to form. I'm the seeds of galaxies then we realized galaxies to live with each other and they grow by merging and other interactions like that for example the lodge cloud It's it looks like it's it's been pretty badly beaten up so there's a lot of gravitationally directions going on yeah. Definitely I mean these itself. It doesn't provide us. Let's say information about dogs like see evolve but then the spread the in let's say relational all cities fifth either the balance between galaxy that we should have stuff on attaining. We should have stopped the motions. You've what strong strain rain to be frontiers galaxy formation because then we can go to supercomputing that's different scenarios and see what out where the different scenarios are able to to produce jobs officials today or whether we can communicate. I say something to be so these data provide stronger strain and are the two different articles of painful to as a better picture of our what other been forgotten. How much can we rely on matters contribution towards galaxy evolution. I understand that dot matter makes up something like eighty percent of the matter within a gal up surrounding a galaxy. How does that affect the way galaxies evolved do we. We know much about that other than its gravitate once again visually what we can trays each just indirectly. Did you Bruce Doc month canal. It affects Let's say the good L. Galaxies. Because of course it's not detect but then he really got to because again we the medical assimilationist what we can do is we can see what would that bent to. Let's say twelve gauge of the unionist of galaxies that if we move my feet were how they with divorce and if we are back mouth and not from south to be really critical simply because it increases the I mean the potential well where D- gossip stuff doc four store and so make it possible throughout gauge of the universe to allow galaxies to form rapidly and we couldn't explain this way the three throughout different type of doctor that we see because we doubt that my galaxy the beefy countries low where elephant that's the liquor Cortez from the university versus Western Australia and the International Center for Radio Astronomy Research. I'm Stewart Gary. You're listening to space-time from time to time we get inquiries from our listeners asking how they can support our show and that's.

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"bruce doc" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

14:04 min | 1 year ago

"bruce doc" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Someone the Guard asks him and he tells them in the guard basis says I cannot think of anything more American than to go see a bruce springsteen concert. You approved. Go enjoy yourself. Wow no and yeah so like I understand for the sake of the movie. They changed that but that was a powerful seen so cool well yeah we I may have to have you come back on and kind of you'll put on your movie critic hat. Yeah I WANNA talk about it yeah. You know what's amazing about the rising. I've always thought this was like I was nine years old. One cheer now when I love having so but the music came out there were so many artists felt almost too soon like they had to write a song definitely not the best way to go about right bruce waited it came out until two thousand two and you wrote a complete album with thoughtful songs and even some which hadn't even been Britain because of nine eleven like my city ruins which was already around. Yeah I did have a question Asian and if we can move on just a minute why what got you into movie reviews and why what what tree to that writing those kind of that kind of blog and in talk a little bit about that yeah so I've always been into movies from when I was little but if the biggest moment in my music life was the first time I heard born to run the biggest moment in by movie going life was the first time I saw the movie. Oh brother art that by the Coen brothers okay because that was the first movie I saw I was only oh I'd say eleven years old. When I I saw it didn't it didn't click with me at but I knew there was something there that was more than just entertainment? It was a thought thought-provoking movie. There was a lot of subtext and I went back. I watched it later. I'm like oh now I get it and when I fell in love with movies was just that movie because it opens up a whole world of this isn't just entertainment. You can break things down think about them. That's why some of the essays I right on that channel about my favorite movies just get to break down while of them so much and I you know I've noticed you've gotten some blogs of you. Know ranking the COEN brothers seven sequels that improve on the original <hes> and I'm scrolling through that <hes> I agree with many many of those good yeah the the top three films your favorite films top three favorite comes okay. Let's see again depends on the day. Yes Chinatown the pockets now and three slot. What changes but probably Casablanca Glass Yeah Casa Blanca is truly one of my favorite films and the Roger Ebert they during the anniversary of one of the anniversary nursery discs they had they had Roger Ebert doing a commentary movie? That's the one that have to yeah and he talked about. He says if they asked me what's the best film I would say citizen Kane but if someone asking see my favorite film I would probably Tell Them Casa Blanca right and <hes> it is really interesting. <hes> I don't know if you've seen but we had a while back <hes> <hes> I had armed drawing a blank but we did top film moments with a guest where we each picked a film moment with a song being played and we shared that so I'll I'll send you the link when muggy off line so you can kind of check about it and you may WanNa have a rebuttal and go. Hey I might want to talk about that. Actually did do my ten favorite movie moments as a log apiece. Oh good and number one is actually a music moment so I can. I have talked about things like that very nice so what our future plans for the blog and writing future plans for the blog look I. I wanted to do more talking about movies. I love there's enough online of a guy bashes. A bad movie. It's easy to do is cheap laughs. I enjoyed doing it to an extent. It can't be all you do yeah now every pre-christmas against my most views keep doing it ends a blast. I find ten obscure Christmas specials that are fun to bash but it's still an in good funding. It's Christmas special. I can't aw hey they're just fun yeah so they get most of us. I keep doing that. It actually started as a Christmas thing. I wanted to review ten versions of Christmas Carol. That was my blog series and then I ever you have that just used Christmas special so that do that every year beyond that I i WanNa do more like movie essays like get broken down the over fifty movie the night of the Hunter and I've done Fargo Angel Heart. I wonder I wanted to do more stuff like that. Where I talk about movies I really love okay interesting yes and the <hes> and you're still working on writing correct? Oh Yeah I got the one books finished. I just finished up screenplay as well and working on some other projects that I'm scoping out right now. The David Rosen is the guy's name he does a podcast and this was back in November of last year. We picked <hes> our selection so okay offset. I don't WanNa yeah I'll I'll send you to link any final thoughts any final yeah. I'm looking forward to whatever the next <hes> e-street album is obviously. It's that's GONNA be exciting. I don't love the current Al But macneice St Ave street album. Oh absolutely and I will try to see shows on that or hopefully more than just one because it you know it's getting closer to the last eastern or obviously yeah one of the things that I felt at the river tour is that the guys had such essential joy playing together yeah and they and there was a sense of they know do that. The road in front of them is shorter than the road behind them right <hes> not like anyone's ill or sick <hes> but I thought that was <hes> Kinda cool that in the sense of just enjoying themselves and the idea. We don't know how many more times we have a chance to play together and so we're gonNA love every minute. This and I think that's very cool very cool. I definitely got that impression. At the show I was at its day college in Twenty sixteen with the river that that whole album is just so much fun absolutely and so we'll go ahead of the even something like crush on you which is totally silly but he's just handing it up in heaven of laughter Ramrod you know mean they just truly are so. I can't let you go without asking the Mary question so for those who've dot seeing the show or heard the podcast before <hes> Jay was Jefferson was a his was on the podcast very early he has an honors English teacher and he teaches thunder road as a point in his <hes> high school class in honors English and they covered they discuss it. They make it similar were to the rootless travel they compare that and they talk about themes and they go through the lyrics and talking about the different <unk> emergy and then at the end he asks them the question. Does Mary Get in the car so Colin that your question does Mary getting the car. I love this question because I've always enjoyed how certain bruce songs just don't give you a conclusion is just you hear from one person's perspective than your left to imagine. If I WANNA marry you thunder road or any Johnny Ninety nine if it happens with the singer want silo that and I love that they study it because I've always thought if you're going to study a certain artists in a school in English class you had to start with Bruce. Springsteen is so in-depth Thunder road. This is going to be itchy. I think it depends on the version okay. No that's a fair answer. Go ahead. I think on the album with that huge musical climax climax at the end with the saxophone piano. That's getting in the car okay but I think the more acoustic even like dirge like versions. He would play but I don't think she does he interesting. I could see that that's a very cool. <hes> good answer very good answer. I love asking the question because <hes> you know it now than that. People who listen to podcasts are ready for it the first few times. I asked that there was like I've never thought about this for hold on. Let me think so yeah all right Colin if we want to find you. How can we okay? Well already said the blog gonNA say it again. It's Colin watches movies dot wordpress Dot Com and my twitter handle is just at Colin Mer at C._o.. L. I. N. and you are to else to ours on twitter. That's usually the social media use. The most is just my regular on twitter handle handle. You can find me there. I'd do all kinds of Bruce doc about politics. Let other stuff so yes I <hes> Colin gave up watching as we record this the second night at the Democrat debates on and he was kind enough to still talk to me <hes> hang on Colin. I do a little set lesson Bruce Business. If you want to be on the PODCAST and share your springsteen story. I'd love to have you my goals. They have every springsteen I I believe every springsteen fan in the wrote has a story and my goal is to get as many of them on the record as I can so reach out you can find me <hes> email set lesson Brusett gmail.com you can call of you can on twitter. I'm at Jesse Jackson D._F._W.. We have a new voice mail that I have not memorized yet so as I go in really quickly and don't sound confusing it all saw it is four six nine two four nine two four four to if you call that <hes> thank you to Google talk you can leave a voicemail and I can play it on the show go to Itunes Rayton reviews. It is how people find us. Colin Hokey had fun. Oh Yeah thank you and thank you I'm going to I held off going in reading your countdown. I wanted wait till after we had visited so now. I have that little. It's like a little present on Christmas morning I enjoy I do I look forward to following the blog and I do think <hes> we plan on you coming back. After the movie comes out and Kinda share I may do like a couple people roundtables other. You know I've got a couple people that have been kind of movie bloggers. I think that'd be kind of fun but that'd be fun. You have some bloggers Kinda do around table from a bruce fandom slash but also like a movie like I don't know if you saw the movie love and mercy. Oh I love that movie okay yeah and and so I am hoping it's it's that style it because I thought that movie did a great job of <hes> showing the creative process that Brian showed his madness it showed the redemption that <hes> his Melinda gave to him <hes> I just the the scenes of watching him record pet sounds were just so awesome and <hes> speaking of you know you. One of blogs is a great closing music for a movie and love and mercy when they.

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"bruce doc" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"bruce doc" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"We know that those things happened, by the way, that's a felony. Right. We know that Jim Komi lied to the FBI. He was questioned about those lakes. There's been no prosecution Jim Kelly, but there has to be accountability. Let me tell you. It's amazing to me that Jim Komi who supposedly has they? Book on loyalty higher calling only hired calling was for Jim call me to profiteer off of death. Right. He was making notes on his work, computer. And then saying, hey, these are my personal records. It doesn't work that way. And he has a messiah complex like we have never seen. And I am hopeful that somebody holds Jim Komi an agent McCabe and the rest of the folks at the FBI accountable because if that were mere you we all be in jail. Oh, absolutely. I mean, we remember when James Comey testified before congress that he was asked by Radcliffe, John congressman Ratcliffe if. When did he decide to not prosecute Hillary Clinton? And he said it was after the FBI is make believe interview with her. But no that wasn't true. Because we he wrote those draft FBI memo's clearing, Hillary Clinton months before. So that's that's the smoking gun. I mean, he lied. I'm there's no way in spending that and so why hasn't Jeff Sessions prosecuted him or held him accountable for this? The ten thousand dollar question. Why is he not been accountable? We know that up your or and and these guy struck, Bruce doc, Bruce or right all were in on the joke. They all look we went to Hillary Clinton's emails in a matter of twelve hours. And there was nothing in there. We use it focus pocus magic to see that. There was nothing in there. It's not true the truth is they lied on the five application Jim Komi knew about it. Rod Rosenstein was part of it. They were literally in defiance of the fourth amendment spying on American citizens on domestic soil purely for political purposes, but we delineate in the book is the fact that their first application to the court was denied by the judge of which less than two percent. And normally denied it was denied by the judge because the judge said this looks like you want to spy on members of an opposing pull. Go party for partisan reasons. I hope that's not what you're doing. And they said, well, you're on a we'll go back and rewrite the application as a matter of fact, the application was so agree. Yes. We've effort to be declassified. They haven't done it. But the judge off the bench in an amazingly unusual move any call they nother judge to ask the question doesn't look like a partisan opportunity despite American and the second judge concurred and said, absolutely. You cannot approve that buys a warrant. Andy mccade knew about it. Peter Struck knew about it Colmey body rod Rosenstein, robotics valley eight who about it. They lied to spy on American citizens bundle Mesic soil and not one person has been held accountable for that yet. That's right. And it makes you wonder some people asking are some of these Pfizer court judges anti-trump activist judges because why haven't the judges the judges hauled all these people in and say, you did all these things that were wrong violated the rules violated the regulations because they omitted who paid for the dirty dossier. They admitted the DNC's role and everything that was a key information. And as you know, Corey you worked in law enforcement, a material emission is ally. I mean, you can't they make so many material omissions in these FIS applications, why aren't the judges? Keeping holding them accountable. We know Jeff Sessions hasn't but doesn't defies a court. Judges have some sort of responsibility to do so. Yes. And by signing a five application, you are basically saying under the penalty of perjury that everything that application is accurate. They went through painstaking process to make sure that they didn't go volunteer. The information they had obtained actually came from the Clinton campaign. They went through painstaking statement to make sure that they never said that the person who was their source on them actually with a paid operated by the Clinton operation amazing. What they've gotten away with the judge was either lied to and Lisa page and Peter truck and Lisa page petty private text message exchange, which I put in the book that they know of a judge who just appointed to the bench, and they were trying to find a way to get to him through a social event. Particularly a party because they can have a conversation about getting their five application approved because the first one was not approved that would be tour against these two with a dirty dirty. And they knew it, and they didn't care, and they have not been held accountable yet. That's right and one way to fix that would be the court judges hauling them before a panel. And it makes one wonder are they activist judges who are inculcates with these corrupt officials at the FBI because if not why aren't they doing their job, they should have hauled all these bad actors before the court, the magistrate months and months ago. What is he doing? Why are they waiting? Exactly right in the problem is we're not even allowed to go by and large who sits on the court. Right. So our ability to go back and put pressure on the limited because it's such a secret. We can't review the applications. We can't know what was in the application. We can't know who the judge even was heard the case. And that's what is so wrong. You've got a Turney from the department of Justice the FBI and a number of long fourth because he's lying to judges to their own political gain to spy an American citizen. It unheard of. And let me tell you something if this would have been done by the George W Bush administration on the Barack Obama administration. Scandal. Yes. Century would be in prison right now. It would be treasonous because they did the Donald Trump, and they never thought they were going to get caught there's been no accountability. It's shocking. And it's really frightening for the tire integrity of of our Justice system. Corey before you go. We just want to ask you now that the Democrats have taken control of the house and effectively make President Trump a lame duck president because how is he going to be able to get any piece of legislation through. Donald Trump is the greatest dealmaker country has ever seen. He has worked his entire life with Democrats in the state of New York to get his real estate projects done in Florida. He knows how to work across party lines. When it's the right thing to do. And when it becomes transportation infrastructure funding. He's going to work with the house to get that done when it comes to making sure that people have access to good quality healthcare. And and that pre existing conditions are covered. He's going to reach across party in line to get that done. You can't shut the government down for two years simply because Nancy Pelosi's become the speaker, you have to find a way to work together. Bill Clinton actually, find a way to do it. Barack Obama found a way to do it. Donald Trump is better than both of them. He will absolutely find a way to work across the aisle to get things done for the American people. Awesome. And the American people will just win just even more because of it. Absolutely. Well, we to congratulate you and David Bossie on your latest. Is sure to be a best seller? Trump's enemies how the deep state is undermining the presidency. Congratulations on another great book. Can't wait to read it. And thanks for joining us today. Thank you have a great day. You to take care Corey. We were just speaking with Corey Lewin. Douse gate. Great interview. We'll have that online. At Boston Herald radio. We're going to take a quick break and stay with us on the other side. We're super excited to welcome Sydney Powell. She's up next a Boston hell radio..

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"bruce doc" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

Listen Money Matters

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"bruce doc" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

"Um and that all you do the best return because if any individual loan fails the most you're going to lose twenty five dollars and so the end is kind of picked up for a in like the larger group so lending club is awesome while the link and finally just kind of sorry tony our nausea senate that's quite had no you could do i didn't know you could at best a small now into one lone yen and the coup part is like fund rises quarterly bruce doc obviously of your rental property its monthly lending club is also monthly in in a pays out just how like a normal loan a structured where every month to get a portion of principle back and a portion of interest for the duration of the loans the loans like two years blah blah blah and fought what's who return on that compared to a gay index under a you know nev regular mutual fund like his abaza so it's actually extremely high because you're taking on a lot more risk so on the loans are not assetbacked so if if you let me money i buy guinot wa uh i'll take they had on the credit and whatever actual pack which you know um obviously more risky loans or have higher rates and i think maybe the highest rate is like twenty two to twenty five percent which is like those people it's rough in that area but the point being are the rates are certainly higher the mic dividends like the lowest end the a rated loans the return will be higher than dividents while group which helps me end on dividends so we did this episode is going to linked to it might even explain it there is as class of stocks that are called the dividend aristocrats and they just pay dividends they have consistently paid dividends over a long period of time consistently increased their dividends super secure um it's a coveted club in severe wanting to be a dividend investor should probably look there.

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"bruce doc" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"bruce doc" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"No sir legs is a researcher at espn and sarah well established last year about how you were a massive mets fan before you get into the numbers game tell me what you think about their moves us wondering i look i i think that uh the same dynamic is in place they're going to be as good as what they get out of no ascend to guard stephen mass chicken bagram what do you think definitely i agree i did not really have particularly high hopes entering the offseason but i thought the moves that they made were really good um i was really happy with anthony swore ac i think we actually talked about that and the podcast last month uh tub fraser i'll take it i don't really like his batting average but i'll take everything else and he's already looking like a great club house guy for them and you know i like bringing jay bruce doc duisenberg asleep an innings we'll see what else but it it feels just like last year you know we'll see if they stay healthy it could be a good season we got a lot of things that need to go right because the national look like an absolute powerhouse team uh all right let's play the numbers game number three number three is three kd martinez is one hundred ten million dollar contract is the third hundred million dollar contract given out this february after yu darvish is with the cubs narra cosmos with the padres prior to this off season the latest date into the offseason but one hundred milliondollar contracts have been signed was january twenty four and 2012 when prince fielder signed with the tigers there was also just one hundred million dollar contract last season deal and assessor this is and now he's had three and the latest that we've ever seen them number.

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"bruce doc" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"bruce doc" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Bruce doc washburn on news radio one or two point nine karn all right so here's the deal bomb is budget busting spending bill that republicans and democrats passed an oh such a bipartisan manner in the middle of the night daniel harwood su'a rights over at conservative review has five quick tweets explaining how dangerous assists he says the scary thing there's no matter how bad things get republicans will always be able to keep the scam going by asserting that on some temporary him very narrow level that things would be even worse the democrats which is true for example republicans will say well granted democrats got everything they wanted even in a minority but at least amnesty wasn't attached even though they'll attach the amnesty later what is so dangerous about this is that it allows the entire body politic to shift so far to the left overnight democrats pardon me democrats get so extreme that the republicans move lower further to the left them where they were just five years ago but they can still put distance between themselves and the democrats to sell to the voters a truly commit a republican party would use the radicalism of the democrats as an opportunity to showcase the great divide between the republicans democrats and crush the dem's but the gop agrees with the democrats of so much that they just keep moving ever further to the left which is why the gop as a more effective scam the night then the nigerian princes as daniel horowitz from the conservative review out there on twitter 501 43 300 nine to uh as rand paul said if you were against obama's deficits but now you're in favor of the republicans deficits how is that not hypocrisy 501 four three three zero zero nine two judy in little rock you're on newsradio one or two point nine karn what's up dot com do we ever uh within the last fifteen years or so or whatever do we ever pay back any of the debt do you know do diz anything ever go to pay back not not that i know of we just won't borrowing more to cover more and we keep on raising the debt limit yeah yeah i'm totally with yeah i'm i i just wondered if if anything ever uh went two and the.

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"bruce doc" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"bruce doc" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The field opening day i mean look at the corner it's a disgrace it's a slap in the face to me and every other royal mets fan and if another guy tells me that todd frazier now he's a great club house that as all my yankee fan friends with film and he's a great club house guy horizon okay if he's a great club house guy let him do let them do the laundry let them in the forms and clean the laundry because he's going to walk out of town he's gonna hit 230 adrian than gonzales at first bases a disaster the whoa ponds need to sell this team because on forty one years old i've been a met fans and some about seven years old and i've i've had it i hear it here is rage here's the thing carl and no and of course you know our first choice would have been mostaq as per se and the my the choice of who was good to be was dhaka's would have been an ward on niyaz because i think he could have led off he could have stolen some bases he's a utility guy he's a wave me not with though all the home runs the juice jigsaw of frazier last year with the yankees as got a good glavica place and can play thirty would have been thirdwicket broward second ed todd frazier is okay you know he's not the of nybro the you know he's not jaw dropping is not electrifying the the fan base his old k he's a third base when he does have a glove but again and were told within the forget about the ban the average it's all about onbase percentage so let's opiates enough sacrifice flies to drive in her on what he had been my first choice now if i'm running the new york mets and i making the kind of money and have a franchise at a team an organization worth over two billion dollars i'm not going to be too shy about going out and getting the kind of ball player i think that team needs to improve itself and that's why would have going after bruce doc as time for a flach harris out friday is brought to you by www dot police officers right to sue dot com how do you follow up an upset victory over.

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"bruce doc" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"bruce doc" Discussed on WTMA

"And two hey wait a minute bruce doc mortgage up again i love this country is and this was great our way should do russia what the word of the world know that we've got some great stuff going on here and there should be more like us a minute in somebody finger the sooner was sonja throw the democrats were high fiving and the news media but i repeat myself very excited about bad news for the country bad news for americans everywhere and that way they can ghana in one fell swoop yet do uh wall street on every body selfless they're complaining today democrats and the media you know that it's because of the tax cuts the the stock market showed a turn hit yesterday i've really said on msnbc because of the tax credits trump's fault that took it grows we've gained eight trillion dollars and wealth since president trump was elected i think right lost about a trillion in the in the market yesterday i still up seven which is uh you know a lot better than hilary clinton would've had we'd all be living in cardboard boxes and eating armadillos by now because that's the way the economy an economy she'd hugo chavez is the the economy oh isn't that wonderful until the democrats it's just it's amazing they want your taxes to be higher they want wall street to do badly of bad diane bet day on wall street is a good day for the democrats sure sure it is as just the way it is that's the way hey we are at eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five that's our telephone number eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five.

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"bruce doc" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"bruce doc" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And say hey even though i was elected on a populist wave we have a strong economy in the us looking at three percent growth almost stock market has reached record highs unemployment rate is at a record low of four point one percent so even though all the things that you guys said last year we're going to we're going to happen when i was elected it didn't come to pass and in fact america america's economy is looking stronger than it did before and it doesn't act in this because of the stock market on a lot of these trade deals he because he fears the stock market would react bullet yeah absolutely and look there's a lot of talk about what's going to happen in the midterms in can down from get reelected the best thing any president could possibly have going for him is a strong economy falling unemployment rate he has that when it is back he loves it he knows it i expect a huge portion of his state of the union speech next week is going to be about that we have we did see a little bit of the real donald trump come out the cut trump from the campaign trail at davos it wasn't in his remarks temperate yeras at the end when he said the means to me was vicious and fake and said he got bruce doc margarite we're going to leave it there thanks everybody for being with us and stay to for that washing week extra wall hang around it'll be a most pbs stations and be sure to watch judy woodruff in the pbs newshour next tuesday for the state of the union address i'm robert costa thanks for joining us funding for washington week is provided by their leadership his instinctive they understand the challenges of today and research the technologies of tomorrow.

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"bruce doc" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"bruce doc" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"There's a new concern with a heightened attention to sexual misconduct allegations now some companies are electing for daytime gatherings or boos free celebrations this year you are no business professor mark roses says the goal is have fun but appropriate fun without it being or harassment leif environment he says there is a new hypersensitivity after the cavalcade of allegations of sexual misconduct we've been hearing look like a lot of injustices encode own in years uh dave cohen for cbs news new orleans there is a big weekend for mood watchers is sunday's homeowner will be the biggest in brightest of the year actually it's not a balloon but a full cold moon and the only superman a 2017 super among the kerr's when the full moon coincides with the moon being closest to the earth jim chenevey cbs news partly to a times mostly cloudy for tonight the way down to a low of forty one degrees tomorrow periods of clouds and sunshine pleasantly warned fort the afternoon plight and borrow sixty six will be turning out rather cloudy tomorrow night low forty seven then for sunday intervals of clouds and sunshine and will be turning even warmer for the afternoon hours with a high sunday of seventy one degrees i'm accuweather meteorologist danielle knittle bruce doc washburn that sounds kind of corroborated to me no aegis amazes me whether it's somebody in dc or whether it's harvey weinstein groping sexually harassing sexually assaulting women all over a hollywood or kevin spacey going after the young guys plunge it finally sees ally today in the press what are you here the every female the.

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"bruce doc" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"bruce doc" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Update supporters of alabama senate kennedy roy more are digging in for the fight as that especially election to fill jeff sessions senate she draws nearer women supporters gathered at the state house in montgomery yesterday in an attempt to counter all the sex allegations against more corresponded dean reynolds more has threatened to sue his accusers for defamation but a federal prosecutor here says pursuing the women in court is quote patently absurd unquote poll save more support is slipping but his bible reading bases fired up and important factor in a special election on a tuesday in december now contend the his followers or more or less and they are christian steve flowers is in alabama political columnist moore's people will not stay home that seventy eighty old guy who lives in the van jellico church he's got a decent which will circle his caliber alabama governor k ivy is also announced plans it she will vote for more cbs news update i'm jim chenevey i hate mostly cloudy skies 429 breezy and remaining rather of warmth will be a shower in just a couple of spots later on tonight into tomorrow morning the low tonight 65 the rest of tomorrow clouds will be breaking it'll be windy and not as horrible have an early high of seventy two but then temperatures will fall into the mid50s tomorrow afternoon tomorrow night clear end much colder low thirty eight in the noticeably cooler day sunday despite sunshine high fifty eight i'm accuweather meteorologist danielle knittle bruce doc washburn for the private methods not on the page i just turned you off i listen to you every day i cannot believe you listened to the lie about judge roy moore don't ever trash the news media again you joined with the rest of the rhinos ma'am would.

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"bruce doc" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"bruce doc" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"I would say with uh a little bit of on the players they gotta make a play the game and win it in beal coaccused coke can i get all that christians are systems but at the end when the players that coach somebody has to make labour when we watch the kansas city chiefs play on tightening somebody make the play like kind of make the play two two two when they're losing at home give washington all the first ha what who have backed up burden fourteen and you got bruce doc washburn fourteen has to be down you can stop compatriot kofi right down the middle of the field the go in and score in all of a sudden the momentum changes we'll at the end of the game in the fourth quarter down and guess what legal down the peel okay washable down the field throw up half the doctrine he grabbed they have to keep a field goal cuba could get the ball back with a minute left they go down the field and scored win the game not with her members right he was stephen a on espn radio let's go through some of these other games while we got you've just a couple of more minutes which uh cardinals eagles what should we be little won that game i i think even looking for legal learn the football they're doing a great job mcgarrigle on showed up first two weeks with geared blunt was not even on a radar screen this eagle key was in the ball forty four times a game and only willing to keep the last two weeks now clip their thirty thirty minute thirty one thirty crap legarrette blount in your awful now while the third leading russian team in the national football it.

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"bruce doc" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

The Meb Faber Show

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"bruce doc" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

"Bruce doc property investing made simple that you visit russe stock dot com ford slashed meme and learn more about rental income investing in browse exclusive listings today and now back to the show that's probably kenema good segue to talk a little bit more about your kind of investing framework in general it's fun to read kinda from your early days where you reminisce about trading stocks in day trading on margin you know when you were younger and buying and selling compaq brings back a lot of memories certainly of the nineties into thousands and then kind of what's your general philosophy on investing now you know particularly i think i would probably qualify use the value investor but maybe i'll i'll let you talk a little bit about your framework and how you think about investing in general well i just tend to be very risk focused and as a is there he risk averse investor i i always try and ensure that i've got lots and lots of protection of got a huge margin of safety so yeah i mean a lot of people might call that value investing i think at our hearts uh i think most people probably value investors belly investing sh makes a lot of sense because yeah okay that is generally how we tend to buy most things uh as human beings except for some reason financial investments we'd like to spend a lot of money on on things that are really popular but for me i i like big margins of safety in so but it takes me across united that generally takes me to different asset classes there are i think needs corners of of value in the world with our substantial margins of safety our chief investment strategist looks in our he tells the focus on these these little corners of the world in smaller markets where you know he's finding companies that are profitable companies that pay dividends that have tons of free cash flow that are actually selling for less than the amount of cash they have in the bank i mean their market cap is literally not even below net tangible asset level it is below their net cash balances that mean that's how cheap.

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"bruce doc" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"bruce doc" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Strong enforcement is crucial senators will the working on a healthcare bill through mid august that use the word today from majority leader mitch mcconnell who says he plans to keep the senate in session for the first two weeks of their annual august recess senate minority leader chuck schumer today said the problem is not time it's the substance of the bill they've had six months on this bill since january force they haven't been able to make any progress two weeks isn't going to solve the problem lawmakers are also facing fall deadlines on funding the governor meant and raising the federal debt ceiling and it was a rollercoaster day four stocks after the release of an email chain from donald trump a junior the dow jones industrial fell one hundred points after the release but rallied for a halfpoint gain the nasdaq gained seventeen points while the sp was down nearly two since remember four news anytime on demanded 700 wlw dot com i'm alison why wyant newsradio 700 wlw it's hard with your on your smartphone pipe had them tablet 700 wlw darker seven hundred news up in ten minutes in the eleven six today on the show hartford meds who is a harper notes everyone's on the hartford knows whether it's otc or prescribed a new study about says that we now have a higher risk of death if you are taking heartburn medication got a doctor bruce doc dr bruce yassin from uc health on the.

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"bruce doc" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"bruce doc" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To act walk whole quaint little area bruce doc right directly in the phone oh oh oh okay deal well good for you and you know the summer's of the which is probably pretty mild on their right and and what july four coming up much hate with the presidency and people all of it we should just put everything aside for the next week or so and and really love our country do you love our country i love our country i love it you know we got the previous president while wonderful things by four on way out and you know there's some great things but he's building and everyone is just over hate give the manatee it your only one case where because of the changes in the like uh environmental policy but i'll take it believe me i'll take it as one of the good things i i am told on i liked it of i liked that the market is up but i don't like that the companies now gets a put their toxic waste back in the rivers again but does that really affect eu she yes zero k you're okay i polluted river like it's the charles river our own charles river used to beyond that do you really think they're going to do that absolutely i mean do you think they're gonna far doing that and start polluting i mean yes i love these operations credit uh full where where credit credits to just because they they'll pullback of policy it doesn't mean that they're just world their garbage of the charles river it does it because it that's why the stock market is high because it's rhode business climate because expenses for doing business will come down because they don't have to spend so much money on the on environmental concerns and as a result they will save money and the only way they can save it is to not have environmental concerns so so that environmental concerns and i appreciate you love me express my course i mean is there anything else that you would like to see uh you know change on his new poll some others i i like the uh travel ban because i don't want to be on planes with people from yemen because i don't.

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"bruce doc" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

Listen Money Matters

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"bruce doc" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

"My single biggest fear because i'm not there i dunno they're like keys to the property and just all these like details that i feel physically present form so here's my question is how do you migrate from one property manner to another unlike what you need to be concerned with sure so again it's few and far between the we've ever had somebody wanna leave one of our certified property managers just one emphasized that it's the it's a very rare in since but if that does happen within our service level agreements with our property managers there is a termination clause that allows the owner with a i think it's about thirty days written notice to leave that property manager out without a financial penalty and then while we would do we as in bruce doc would do is again that's the reason why we have at least two certified property managers in each market we don't have a financial a stake or or financial a benefit from any of these relationships between the property managers in the investors all we do is we want to make sure that the property manager is at certified is a you know legit is on the up and up so if one experienced go sideways we can quickly pitted from that one property manager to the other certified during that market and in many markets there's more than two as well i naturally i i personally inside felt certain that you guys must be making some money from these property mandra see you literally do all this vetting linked us up with people just because it it's better for your brand overall.

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