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"charles howard" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

02:54 min | 9 months ago

"charles howard" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"It's a massive victory. The ultimate comeback story. And as much as this may seem like a perfect Hollywood ending, well, in this case, it happened. After all, there's a reason why Seabiscuit story is one that's been passed on through the decades as an inspiration for millions. Although it is worth pointing out that the movie doesn't really mention what race it is, we see him winning after his comeback. We know from history, though, that it wasn't his first race back from the injury. But it was on February 9th, 1940, almost exactly one year after his injury that Seabiscuit returned to the track, read Pollard was his jockey too. He ended up coming short placing third in that race, in his next race, just a few days later on February 17th, Seabiscuit didn't place in the top three at all. But then, in what would end up being Seabiscuit's final two races, he placed first. That would be on February 24th and march 2nd of 1940, respectively. That last race was a sweet victory as it was the race at Santa Anita that he'd failed to win two times earlier. It was also the second fastest time ever recorded on an American track for the distance. Not a bad way to end a career. Red Pollard was the jockey for all those races. Oh, and I'd be remiss if I didn't mention something that the movie completely omits. It has to do with red side of the comeback. The movie implies it was the connection with Seabiscuit that was the driving force behind his comeback. And while I'm sure that helped, there was another driving force that helped red recover. That would be a woman named Agnes conlin. She's not in the movie at all, but she was a nurse who was helping red recover from his injuries. The two fell in love, and, in 1939, they were married. On Charles Howard's ridgewood ranch. On April 10th, 1940, Charles Howard officially announced Seabiscuit's retirement. During his career, Seabiscuit had.

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"charles howard" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

04:47 min | 9 months ago

"charles howard" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"Of other horses. The purse for the race was set to be at $50,000, at this point, Charles Howard replied to the race by setting some stipulations to it. The date had to change both Seabiscuit and war admiral had to carry a jockey of the same weight, and he wanted the purse to be set at $100,000. All of these were strategies Charles was trying to lure war admiral to the race. For example, he knew Samuel riddle was trying to break a record for money earned in a season. The $100,000 purse would help with that. Not only that, but if war admiral did lose, he knew Samuel could use the excuse of not being the one who set the terms of the race. Charles gave him an out. There was no reason to refuse. What's more, because Herbert swope had already talked to the chief at Belmont park and started the gears turning on a match between Seabiscuit and war admiral to refuse all this now would hurt the prestigious track's reputation. According to the movie, the taunting of war admiral's owner, mister riddle seems to have paid off a mattress is set. And this is true. After all the pressure put on by Charles Howard, what was once going to be a full field race turned into a match race. It wasn't an official match race, but it was just a good old fashioned head to head two horses racing to see which comes out on top. One requirement from the governing body at Belmont park for this unofficial head to head was that the $100,000 purse was removed. There would be no money involved at all. Then, according to the movie, two weeks before Seabiscuit and war admiral arteris, Tom Smith, decides that they need to retrain Seabiscuit. They need to train him to break first. That's not usually what he does, but Tom is afraid that if war admiral breaks first, the Seabiscuit will never be able to catch up to him. So they set out with a retraining. In the movie, we see this happening when they buy a bell and start teaching Seabiscuit to break at the sound of the bell. This retraining just for the race with war admiral is true. Seabiscuit's team was worried that if war admiral got off to a great start, he wouldn't be able to catch up and war admiral was known for getting off to great starts. So, just like we see in the movie, Tom Smith secretly trained Seabiscuit to break at the starting bell. It was a new tactic that they hoped would be enough to keep Seabiscuit in the race early on, giving him the edge he'd need to pull his trademark bolt at the end..

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"charles howard" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

04:59 min | 9 months ago

"charles howard" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"To put up the money himself, knowing it'll attract some of the greatest racehorses from the east. Winning a race like that will force war admiral's owner to take Seabiscuit seriously. Except, even with a purse of $100,000, were admiral's owner turns down the offer. Disappointed but undeterred, Charles decides to continue with the race anyway. There will be some great horses there, and at some point wore admiral will have to face him. According to the movie, the race includes some other great horses, we hear names mentioned like special agent, Indian broom, and the one to worry about Rosemont. When we see the race, Seabiscuit shows a slow gain through the pack, slowly, but surely he passes one and then the other. As they come around the final turn toward the end, Seabiscuit is in the lead. Then with the end just in sight, Rosemont comes on hard. The movie snaps a still photo that shows Seabiscuit falling short by a nose at the finish line. The text on the image says it's February 27th, 1930. Well, the last number is cut off. We know from history that this race took place on February 27th, 1937, and it was just like the movie shows at the Santa Anita handicap. However, in my research, I couldn't find anything to suggest that Charles Howard was the one that put up a $100,000 for the race. That was just what the purse was. Earlier, we also learned that Seabiscuit lost Rosemont not once, but twice, and as we learned earlier, those two races were in between sea biscuits first streak, the three race winning streak, and the massive 7 race streak that the movie shows earlier. So the timeline in the film is a little bit off here. After the loss to Rosemont at Santa Anita in the movie, Tom is upset at red. He tells red that he warned him about Rosemont coming up at the end. That's exactly what happened. How could you not see that Tom yells? Red replies, I can't see out there. This is when a new bit of information is unveiled. Red is blind in one eye. Tom is more than upset, but Charles calms him down, repeating the exact line Tom mentioned earlier in the movie about a horse when he was mending. You don't throw away a whole life just because it's banged up a little bit. This is sort of true. I mean, I don't know if Tom yelled at red like we see in the movie, but it is true that red Pollard was blind in his right eye. The movie seems to heavily imply this happened when he was boxing earlier in his career, but in truth, it was the result of getting hit in the head by something being kicked up by another horse while red was a youngster. It rendered his right eye permanently blind. But it was a secret that red capped throughout his whole career was this YC biscuit lost to Rosemont?.

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"charles howard" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

03:23 min | 9 months ago

"charles howard" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"Rosemont won. Then Rosemont won yet again a week later on the 27th. It was after this that Seabiscuit started his streak. 7 straight wins from March 6th, 1937, until August 7th of the same year. And while the movie doesn't mention it, even though Seabiscuit streak was broken on September 11th by a third place finish, Seabiscuit rebounded in his next race and had another three race streak lasting from October 12th to November 5th. Needless to say, Seabiscuit was hot. He won 11 of his 15 races in 1937, making him the leading money winner in the U.S. for racehorses that year. Going back to the movie, winning races is one thing. But who are they against? Seabiscuit needs the chance to prove that he's a great horse. This is according to Tom in the movie, and he hands Charles a newspaper with a headline that reads quote war admiral stands alone. And a stop title that says, quote, Triple Crown winner has no weakness. The movie says war admiral is 18 hands massive compared to CBS 15. We see Charles Howard go on TikTok McLaughlin show challenging mister Samuel riddle. That's more admiral's owner to a race. He says it's time for Seabiscuit, the best racehorse in the west to be pitted against war admiral, the greatest racehorse in the east. But according to the movie, mister riddle isn't interested. As he tells the media, war admiral has won every major race in the country if they raced every fledgling challenger who just wants to make a name for themselves. It wouldn't be fair to us. The basic idea of this is true. Even though Seabiscuit was the leading money winner in 1937, war admiral won the Triple Crown that season. His record in 1937 was winning 8 of the H races he was in. And in doing so, he was voted the American horse of the year award. So it would be a natural for these two contenders to be rivals. However, just like the movie shows, war admiral's owner didn't consider Seabiscuit to be on the same level as his horse. The movie gets his name right, too, Samuel riddle, but what the movie doesn't mention is that riddle was also the owner of mail war. War admiral was man a war sire. If that name sounds familiar, it's because man O war was also grand Sierra to Seabiscuit. I couldn't find anything to show if that was a reason for riddles refusing to race against Seabiscuit at first, but it wouldn't surprise me. After all, Seabiscuit was rejected as a racehorse early on. It's worth pointing out that if we're looking at the official version of the story, the movie might have played up, same old riddle trying to duck the races with Seabiscuit quite a bit. Officially, war admiral scratched from races because of muddy tracks or for health reasons. But unofficially, there's a lot of people who believe the movie was pretty accurate on that front. Sure, Seabiscuit could cement his place in history by beating war admiral, but what could a great horse like war admiral have to prove against Seabiscuit? It's the sort of logic that makes sense. Going back to the movie, Charles convinces the track owner Charles strub to host a race with a $100,000 purse. Charles offers.

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"charles howard" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

02:39 min | 9 months ago

"charles howard" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"Treasure. That's not really how it happened at all. The movie never really mentioned if this is truly Seabiscuit's first race with red Pollard, or if it's just the first one we're seeing in the movie. Regardless of which it is, though, I've got a link to a list of sea biscuits racing history in the show notes for this episode, and I couldn't find a horse named silver treasure anywhere in them. Although it is true that Seabiscuit did not win his first race after Charles bought him, that race took place on August 22nd, 1936 in Detroit. Seabiscuit tired and didn't place in the top three. Oh, and in the movie, when we get introduced to wem H Macy's character of tech talk McLaughlin around here, that's a completely fictional character made up for the film. With that said, though, I personally think that he adds a lot of fun to the story. I love it. It's great to see him do all those sound effects live on air. Back in the movie, after a disappointing first race, read and Seabiscuit take first place in the next race we see them in. We don't see any sort of timing for this, of course, so we don't know if this really was the next race or again, just the next race that we see in the movie. After the race, Charles talks to the press and makes the analogy of how Seabiscuit or just the biscuit may be a little horse, but he doesn't know he's little. He thinks he's the biggest horse out there. And sometimes when you're the little guy, you can do big things. It's an analogy that the movie ties very heavily into millions of Americans who, at that moment, we're feeling like the little guy themselves. After the market crash, getting back on your feet was easier said than done, but Seabiscuit was helping to provide inspiration. It is true that Seabiscuit was often shortened to just the biscuit, and we know from history that his first win for Charles Howard Tom Smith and red Pollard came on September 7th, 1936 in Detroit. That was his third race after being bought by Charles Howard. Going back to the movie, there's a Montage of races where we see the biscuit make it to the winner's circle, saying on free, handicap, San Miguel handicap, San Rafael, handicap, then William H. Macy's character tells us that makes 6 straight wins for Seabiscuit. And this streak really did happen. The first winning streak for Seabiscuit after being bought by Charles started on November 28th, 1936, it lasted for three races, though, and stopped on February 20th, 1937, when.

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"charles howard" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

04:28 min | 9 months ago

"charles howard" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"For one, Charles Howard didn't buy Seabiscuit for $2000, he paid $8000 for the horse. That's about the same as a $146,000 today. That sounds like a lot of money and it is, but for a bit of comparison in 1939, there was an offer to sell Seabiscuit's grand sire man of war for a whopping $1 million. I say offer because his owner turned down the offer. $1 million in 1939 is the same as about $18.3 million today. Although the movie doesn't mention that Charles put a stipulation on the purchase, it was simply that Seabiscuit had to do well in his next race. And he did. Sure, it wasn't a pretty win. Seabiscuit fell way behind before coming back to get the victory, but it wins a win. The deal went through in August of 1936 and Charles Howard was now the owner of Seabiscuit. Next step was finding a jockey for his new horse. There's one moment in the movie where we see Seabiscuit throwing a fit three men trying to hold him down while a little ways away there's red Pollard fighting off a few other men on his own between them we hear the music change and we can tell Smith has an idea. Read a spirited, Seabiscuit is spirited. Maybe there's something there. Although it is true that Seabiscuit was a very temperamental horse, and even though Tom Smith was the one to discover red Pollard, it didn't happen the way that the movie shows. It also didn't happen where the movie shows it happening. It was in Detroit in August of 1936. If you recall that soon after Charles Howard bought Seabiscuit and Tom began to search for a jockey well, as.

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"charles howard" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

05:22 min | 9 months ago

"charles howard" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"The movie calls it. We also see Jeff bridge's version of Charles Howard in the stands of a horse race. The movie calls this the chance to turn bad luck into good, and it seemed that's exactly what Charles is trying to do. The whole premise here sets up that, despite having completely different backgrounds, most of the main characters in our story today wind up in Mexico in 1933. Red Pollard is there as a jockey to race, and well, probably a fair amount of booze in women that we mentioned earlier. Charles Howard was there to bet on those races and see if he could change his luck, and Tom Smith was there because where there's horse racing, there's a need for someone who knows how to take care of those horses. And even though we hadn't seen him up to this point, two new characters enter the scene here. One is another jockey by the name of George Wolfe, who seems to be a good friend to read. The other is marcella zabala and she's played by Elizabeth Banks. Oh, and as a fun bit of trivia, the actor playing George Wolfe in the movie is Gary Stevens, who's not your traditional Hollywood actor. Gary Stevens is a Hall of Fame jockey who earned 5187 career victories, including 9 Triple Crown race wins. When the movie was being made, Gary was still writing. Although, at the end of 2018, Gary announced his retirement. The movie showing red Pollard getting into boxing is correct, although the specific fight we see in the movie was made up just to get the point across. The movies mention of marcela zaballa is also correct. What the movie doesn't mention, though, is that technically Charles was still married when he met Marcelo. But it was, like the movie shows because of prohibition that Charles started going to Tijuana to the horse races there. Although maybe that's not the right way to phrase that. Maybe it wasn't just because of prohibition. Surely there was plenty of other things on Charles mind that sent him looking for distractions. The loss of his son weighed heavily on him. Many historians suggest that Charles never truly recovered from that. The dissolution of marriage with Fannie Mae probably didn't help either. They weren't officially divorced yet, but the marriage was strained to say the least. Something the movie doesn't mention though is that Marcello was a family friend. In fact, she was the older sister of one of Charles son's wives. As we learned earlier, Frankie was not Charles only child, and because the movie implied that he was, that's probably why they had to change how Charles aar Marcello met. The truth is that one of Charles sons, Lindsay, was married to Marcellus younger sister, Anita. If love at first sight is real, that's what Charles and marcella had. Of course, Charles was still married at the time, and there was an age difference that some people might not like. Charles was 52 while she was 25. Soon after meeting for the first time, Anita had a child in marcela moved in with Lindsay and Anita to help with the baby. As a byproduct of this, Charles and marcela got to see each other more often. Before long, Charles marriage with Fannie Mae ended and in the fall of 1932, Charles and marcella were married. Going back to the movie now, thanks to some urging from marcella, Charles has gotten some enjoyment from riding horses again. So he's in the market to buy a horse. Maybe a few. To raise them..

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"charles howard" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

05:11 min | 9 months ago

"charles howard" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"Movie shows red's father and mother suddenly giving him away to someone named mister blodgett to live, that's not how that happened either. As far as I can tell, mister blodgett is an entirely fictional character to depict something that did happen, but not in the way the movie shows. You see, they didn't just hand him over. Instead, the Pollard sent a guardian to watch over red while he went on a tour of race tracks and tried to make a start as a jockey. But in the end, it was the guardian who left red out of the blue, and suddenly left him alone to fend for himself. He was only 15 years old when that happened. Honestly, we don't know for sure if red could have found his way home at this point. What we do know is that he didn't. The next major plot point to happen in the movie takes place when we see Charles Howard's son, Frankie. He's played by Dylan Christopher in the movie, and he looks to be no more than 14 or 15 years old. The movie never says how old he is, but he's very young. Still, there's a moment where Charles tells Frankie, he'll teach him how to drive the truck. Frankie tells his dad that he already did that. As Charles goes off for some work meeting in town, the camera follows Frankie as he puts a toolbox in the truck and starts the drive away. He can barely see over the steering wheel and has to look down every time he shifts gears, but for the most part, he's driving pretty well, not great, the tires veer off the side of the road a bit, but it's a dirt road with grass shoulders, so it's not too bad. But then we can see trouble coming as the camera gives a bit of an overhead view and shows another truck coming Frankie's way. We don't see what happens, but the camera cuts to Charles at his dealership. The phone rings. He picks it up. Then the camera cuts to the wreck. Frankie's truck is on its side, smoke, still pouring out from underneath. The glass is broken and cracker jacks are floating in the water by the truck. Charles races to the scene of the accident, and in the next shot we see him holding his son's body crying. Soon after their son's death, we see a shot of Charles wife Annie, getting in a car and driving away. The implication here is that she's leaving Charles something that's sadly common as two grieving parents struggle with trying to deal with the loss of a child. Annie is played by Valerie mahori in the film. Sadly, much of this is true. It just didn't happen like we see it in the movie. Oh, and any wasn't Charles wife's real name that was Fannie Mae. Probably the biggest difference here is that the movie makes it seem like Charles son is his only child. In truth, Charles Howard had four children. That doesn't make losing a child any.

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"charles howard" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

05:17 min | 9 months ago

"charles howard" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"Big thing. In 1905, he traveled to Detroit where he met William Durant, who had taken over control of Buick the previous year. At that time, Buick was in hot water and not doing well as a company. Durant was trying to rectify that. One of the ways he did that was by looking for people to distribute the cars. And you guessed it, Charles Howard was one of those people. When Charles returned to San Francisco after his visit to Detroit, he had the rights to distribute buicks in California. So, in a nutshell, that is how Charles earned his fortune. Although the movie never mentions it, Charles Howard really started to earn big bucks the year after he returned to San Francisco and realistically, it had nothing to do with his repairing cars like the movie makes it seem. That was in 1906, and if you remember what happened in San Francisco in 1906, you already know where this is going. At about 5 12 a.m. on Wednesday, April 18th, San Francisco woke up with a jolt. The 7.9 earthquake took the lives of somewhere between 700 to 3000 people. In the midst of the chaos, the horses that would normally help with rescue operations were either hurt themselves or too frightened to be helpful. As it turned out, Charles Howard's buicks were some of the only working vehicles around. Charles Howard's automobiles became the first cars to be ambulances in the city. It proved to be the kickstart Charles needed in the success continued to roll from there. Going back to the movie, we're introduced to another character next. It's a young Johnny or red, Pollard. He's played by Michael and Janeiro. We see red as a teenager in a fairly wealthy family. After all, his father, who's played by Michael O'Neill, is thinking about buying the 16 year old red a horse. His mother, played by Annie corley, thinks young red should earn the horse. At least I think it looks like they were a wealthy family. I saw some reviews of the movie that mentioned how red grew up in a middle class family. But in either case, we know from history that John red Pollard really did grow up in a wealthy family. Born in 1909, in Edmonton, Canada, the very early years for red were lacking for nothing. This was in large part due to his father and uncle's brickyard that they found it at the turn of the century. Then comes the crash. In the movie we see it hit as a newspaper headline from the San Francisco Chronicle with big bold text taking up half of the top of the fold reading crash. If you pause the movie here, you can see the subtitle saying market collapses and 6 million 410,030 share day talent hell and steal among heaviest losers. Or is that number 16 million 410,030? We can't really tell in the movie because the newspapers are bundled together with string that blocks the number. And the voice-over that happens next, we hear the date of October 29th. However, we don't hear what year it.

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"charles howard" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

04:39 min | 9 months ago

"charles howard" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"By the time 1925 rolled around, you could buy a model T for $300. Today, that'd be the same as taking a car that's cost $24,000 and dropping the price to $8500. Same car, much cheaper price. No wonder by the time the model T was replaced with the newer model in 1927, the aforementioned model a, almost half the cars in the United States were Ford model ts. Oh, and that little joke the narrator said about how you could get car in any color you want, as long as it's black. That's not actually something that the movie made up. It's something Henry Ford told his team in 1909. Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants, so long as it's black. Going back to the movie, it's in New York City in the year 1910 when we're introduced to Charles Howard. He's played by Jeff Bridges, and we see him at first as he's assembling spokes on wheels. Someone who we assume is his boss comes up and gives him a new pile of wheels that need spokes. Charles jokes that they should make better spokes. His boss comes back quickly with, oh yeah? Then what would you do? Without expecting an answer, his boss leaves Charles to wonder what I do. After this we're introduced very briefly to Chris Cooper's character, Tom Smith, out on the open range. He's riding a horse and chasing more horses across beautiful green fields with the mountainous backdrop. Both Charles Howard and Tom Smith were real people. The overall gist to this introduction is true, although there's more to the story. Since the movie introduces us to Charles first, let's do the same here. After he was discharged from the U.S. Army in 1903, Charles Howard worked for a short time as a bicycle mechanic in New York City just like we see in the movie. But he didn't say there long, at the age of 26 and according to his own recollections many years later, he arrived in San Francisco with a total of 21 cents to his name. As for the other character were introduced to in the movie here, Tom Smith, it's correct to show that he was quite the opposite of Charles Howard and quite honestly it's because of that reason we don't know nearly as much about Tom's early days as we do about Charles. We know Tom grew up in the countryside of Georgia. He was quiet, and of course he loved horses, for a while, he worked training horses for the Croatian cavalry..

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"charles howard" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:22 min | 10 months ago

"charles howard" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"World headquarters I'm Charlie peloton is a down Friday We're looking at a losing week second and a road to the U.S. stock market stocks extending their slump as traders weigh a mixed jobs report against prospects for stimulus unwinding by the Federal Reserve the NASDAQ 100 index down now by 2.3% have been down as much as two and a half percent NASDAQ is down 2.4% tumbling 372 points S&P 500 Index down 57 a drop of 1.3% and the Dow down 174 a drop of 5 tenths of 1% Tenure now up 22 30 seconds ten year yield 1.36% We've got gold up 7 tenths of 1% 1780 the ounce West Texas intermediate crude up 6 tenths of 1% 66 89 a barrel natural gas up to day by 3.3% Bitcoin today down three and a half percent 54,944 Bitcoin Lots of questions about the omicron variant and what it means for markets and how much of today's selling may be related to those concerns South Africa's daily number of confirmed COVID-19 cases is almost quadrupled since Tuesday as the variant spreads across the country here in the U.S. at least 6 states now have a cases with Nebraska reporting 6 infections moments ago are David Weston spoke with Cantor Fitzgerald shaman and CEO Howard lutnick about the variant and what it means for the economic recovery Once the doctors get out and they see look at your double back and you protect it and you get boosted they won't go to the hospital I think the world will come back pretty quickly I think you're gonna have a 6 week pause though as people worry about it and you're scared but when that's over I think we'll come back and pretty strong So I'm pretty confident Obviously a little worried Like everybody else's but ultimately I think gonna be pretty confident Cannabis Charles Howard lutnick confident that warning perhaps of a 6 week delay we've got the Dow the S&P now stack all slumping tenure worth repeating 1.36% S&P down 59 drop right now of 1.3% One O two on Wall Street time now for the market drivers report with a focus on American depository receipts Here she is creative Gupta Well Charlie thank you ADRs down broadly 1.6% in line with the sell off you're seeing in the market but under the hood it's really Dede that is getting up taking a big hit those ADRs down 17% This is the latest major Chinese tech firm planning to de list from the United States and issue shares in Hong Kong analysts saying such homecoming plays may face big valuation discounts other ADRs dropping in sympathy Alibaba ticker BA BA down 8% and JD down 9% Some good news though over in Canada the bank of Montreal raising its dividend 25% and announcing its intention to buy back 3.5% of its shares leading to an avalanche of capital return plans by some of Canada's biggest banks BMO is up 1.6% for its 80 rs going back to the downside though we gotta talk about SoftBank down 5% those ADRs are the sale of arm is really what's bothering it after Nvidia is getting sued by the U.S. FTC for the acquisition of arm of the UK armed This has everything to do with antitrust concerns the company SoftBank that is is facing the prospect of losing roughly $74 billion Charlie All right we thank very much creedy group to keeping track of those ADRs Again recapping equities lower of Friday's sell off underway with the S&P slumping now by 1.3% NASDAQ down two and a half percent I'm Charlie pallet that is a Bloomberg business flash This is balance of power with David Weston We've learned no lessons in how to respond to a pandemic since delta's hit which is part of the reason this is such a challenge as most of our news for cyberattacks where the world of politics meets the world of business We are continuing to see issues in the supply chain Unfortunately relief not quite in size But the phone down after this program is over And go get that rooster shot With David Weston on Bloomberg radio A perplexing set of jobs numbers the Iran nuclear.

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"charles howard" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

11:08 min | 1 year ago

"charles howard" Discussed on KCRW

"Anywhere late Saturday night. Everyone Time and the baby just look so right hand your pretend I had over two. That's alright looking as good as me. Little place that really have always cure rocks. Change over Won't you buy? Morning to that game play wasn't his man. Come on, let's get out here right away Up in town, brother feet inside out. Town pick up screaming That's right. Right? Right. The Republican around. We're gonna rock this town rocket inside out. Little fall talking about that on the day that's more. Oh, what is a real square candy? 1974 h, wait. Let me one little bit twice Never be again and is gonna rock this town mother in this place of car. We're gonna rock this town rocket inside. I think I'm screen and Shanghai, right? What I mean, right, Jamie popping on around this town drop this place of Paul. Yeah. Were I missed out rockets. I have This time I think of screening shall that's right. Right? Right me Arrival, Marty would probably going to run into each other inside out. Rock this town rocket inside out. We're all rock this town time. Why? Do do bird. I'm not sleep by myself pulled up so some kind of kind of young videos. Youngest groups in majority Financial security sensitive City University under serious three So I moved to the sea is both to the sea. Just keep my head and both why we love each other, the youngest and you know. Yeah. Okay, venture. It's yours. You can make this relationship work. Rescue kit to just keep my head in you. Mm hmm. Mhm. Yeah. I need loved. This is innocent. Your confession. Was your looking Charles Howard. That, Charles how how we Give you get along. Yeah, okay. Already gone. No. Oh, yeah. Dark again. It's far come to my team Mitch got be shut down, down down. Machine. Everything that I imagine. I found God after somebody Wasn't ready. No. And then Charles. How it man and it's all. Oh, yeah, This is always how it happened. Yeah. Good dog. God! God God! All right. Yes. Mm hmm. Yes, yes, but Uh huh. Mm hmm. The friend a deep Frankie. Thank you printed that day. Difficult anti friend. 100. Take printing. I let myself believe Your fear dream? Hmm. Could you kind of It follows? Mm hmm. Alright then, too Right? Mm hmm. Uh, yeah. The friend A cracker 30, Frankie. Okay. How difficult I don't want to play this game..

"charles howard" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"charles howard" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick

"Willing to be unsafe at the grocery store. We are willing to be unsafe in our churches. We are willing to be unsafe where we work just so that we can make sure that black people cannot come and take our things. Carol anderson is the charles howard candler professor and chair of african american studies at emory university. She's the author of one person. No vote and white rage. The new book is called the second. It was published in june by bloomsbury press. Carol it is always. I want to say it's an always a pleasure it's always Sobering and bracing and powerful to have you on the show. And i really appreciate that in a moment in which it seems as though we can't talk about the ways in which history baked these racial problems into the founding documents that you are persisting really. I think i facing that headwind in excavating the ways. In which if we don't talk about the ways they are baked in. We can't get them. Baked out exactly exactly bad history leads to bad policy. Not telling the truth like therapy. If you don't say what happened you don't get better. You don't get well and we need to get well so we have to tell the truth. Thank you carol. Thank you for joining. Thank you so much for having me. And that's a wrap for this episode of amicus..

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"charles howard" Discussed on At Liberty

At Liberty

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"charles howard" Discussed on At Liberty

"The us experienced two hundred thirty three mass shootings so far this year. Americans are more likely to be killed at the hands of firearms than in vehicles. This year's long gun. Violence epidemic continues to spark debate about the second amendment. And who has the right to bear arms but often absent from the debate around gun. Violence is the anti blackness at its core in her latest book the second racing guns in a fatally unequal america. Our guest historian carol anderson counters. The elegiac worship of the second amendment by tracing how inti blackness determined the very decision to include the second amendment in the bill of rights and has informed its unequal and racist enforcement over the last several hundred years anderson is the charles howard candler professor of african american studies at emory university. Her previous books include white rage and the two thousand eighteen one person no vote. How voter suppression is destroying our democracy. Carol thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you so much for having me. Molly was reading the book over this last weekend and partner. I were watching batman the dark knight and it suddenly dawned on me while watching the movie that this story would be very different if batman were a black man and i think that that realization was tremendously informed by having been reading your book all weekend. You know the fact that the city embraces a masked vigilante seems very much rooted in his whiteness wondering if this kind of a hard moment was maybe part of the point of your book to make see not just pop culture but the real life events. We've witnessed over the last years. I'm thinking of the police. Shootings of black men asserting their second amendment rights. In contrast to the sort of easy pass many white men have received from law enforcement and also the events of january six at the capital. You know these events are deeply rooted in who is cast as a threat and who is cast as protector or a patriot. Was that sort of intention in writing the book. Actually it wasn't. But that's what came to be as i started doing the research and the writing and the thinking through my original point was to figure out whether african americans actually had second amendment rights. Which was the question that came after the killing of landau casteel. Who was the black men in minnesota who had been pulled over by the police. The police asked to see his ide- casteel following nra guidelines. Let's the police officer no officer. I have a licensed to carry weapon with me. And the police officer began shooting and killed philander castille not for brandishing a weapon not for threatening the police officer simply for having a weapon and and the nra was virtually silat in this killing which then led journalists and pundits to ask. We'll don't african. Americans have second amendment rights and i thought lord that's a great question and i went hunting in ended up back in the seventeenth century. And that's when i started seeing all of these laws. And i started seeing all of this fear about black people the fear of the enslave the fear of retribution. The architecture that was created to control black people to strip them of their rights. It.

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"charles howard" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"charles howard" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Black people's rights. I wanna get a little intersectional for a moment. Because there's a there's one way of thinking about imagining like i think about the fact that the shotgun on the back of my office door was given to me by my father who typically does think in terms of like you know fairly traditional men shell protect home invading white folks. That's definitely how my dad sees the world having grown up in the in the jim crow south right so he was. He comes by that honestly. It's also true that is simply do know the data that say that as a woman living in a home with a firearm i am substantially more likely to be shot and killed by my domestic partner by my husband by a man who's in my household than i am To use that weapon to protect myself from someone outside the household is there a way that black women and black men have maybe needed to think about both being armed and about self defense in ways that are distinct. One of the things that i i really stress in this book is that this isn't a pro gun or an anti-gun book this is about black people's rights and part of that is the way that we re begin to re conceive reconceptualise. What safety and security really looks like And and so what we know. I tell the story. For instance of marissa in this book who was a black woman who had a victim of domestic violence and her husband was attacking her once again. She runs she gets her gun. She shoots a bullet in the air as a warning. Shot to get him to back off as says so. I wouldn't put my hands on her again no more and she was. This wasn't a stand your ground state and she was convicted and sentenced to twenty years but the same prosecutor right not just in a staging ground sleep but literally in the same county where george zimmerman had gotten off for killing a teenager who was unarmed. She shoots a ceiling tile and gets more time. Yes yes so what so to me. The issue is the precarity of black life. That what we have here with anti blackness is the devaluation of black humanity. And and and seeing what that means. We're marissa alexander cannot defend herself from a man who has put her in the hospital before and she. Her baby was only nine days old at the time that this happened that you get her being prosecuted in imprisoned and george zimmerman walking for shooting an unarmed teenager after he had stalked this child with a loaded weapon in In a community. I mean this is. This is the precarity of black life that really. I want coming through in this book. When i think about what it means that the state took morris alexander from her still nursing brand new infant. Baby the sadness. And i i know morris adjust enough right time. Just the brutality the cruelty of it. And we're in a we're in a public moment when we're being told that we can't stories like this because it will separate us from the love of america that if we know this if we know this history about the establishment of the second amendment if we understand the story about the state of florida versus zimmerman versus morris alexander we will cease to be patriots. Well one this this massive pushback that we're having now in the state legislatures that call identifying and teaching the ways that race and racism works in the united states as divisive but they they're not calling white supremacy divisive. They're calling the bringing out of of these stories of the role of slavery of the role of jim crow of the role of these massacres like tulsa like colfax louisiana eighteen seventy three like wilmington north carolina in eighteen. Ninety eight. that if we don't know this history then somehow it'll be patriots is is not is not to understand that we had fathers who came through jim crow we had grandfathers who came through slavery and or great grandfathers and they were patriots. They were willing to put their lives on the line for this nation knowing what it is if your patriotism is dependent upon whitewashing american history you are not a patriot and with that carol. Anderson is author of the second race and guns in a fatally unequal america. She's also charles howard..

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A Bad Day IN Austin

True Crime Garage

05:06 min | 2 years ago

A Bad Day IN Austin

"Thursday. May Eighteenth. Nineteen. Seventy. Austin Texas. It's just after midnight when twenty six year old patrolman. Ralph NATO. Stopped. A Red Nineteen, sixty, six Mustang. On East Live Oak Street. Near Travis Heights Boulevard. The officer called in a code for routine traffic violation check. The officer approached the vehicle. The driver was a young woman. Sheila Maynard. Sitting. Shotgun was a white male in his late twenties. The officer obtained their names and information and walked back to his patrol car. Officer abloh NATO wrote Michener a ticket for driving without a license Iran a radio check on the passenger David. Lee Pow. The check came back the POW twenty seven years of age was a wanted man. Wanted for some minor infractions, misdemeanor theft, and too hot check charges. Abloh NATO. Got Out of his patrol car. And once again, he approached the vehicle, the officer was hit with automatic gunfire coming from the vehicle in front of him. The shots. Knocked out the rear window of the Mustang. The officer was hit several times in the arm and chest. His bulletproof vest that he was wearing, which was standard procedure for Austin patrolman and seventy eight. was really no match for the high powered gunfire. abloh. NATO went. down. The Mustang drove off. Somehow. abloh. NATO was able to send out a distress call. Austin PD officers rushed to the scene. Officer Joe Villegas spotted the sixty six Mustang about two blocks away. In the parking lot of the, Travis Park Apartments. Bogus pushed the pedal to the floor approaching the park vehicle at a high rate of speed. As he got closer. Shots were fired coming from the Mustang. Villegas was able to avoid being hit. He slammed on the brakes and returned fire. Then David Lee POW still in the passenger seat. pulled. The pin from a hand grenade and tossed it at Villegas thankfully, if failed to explode. Then, the woman. Sheila. Maynard. Jumped out of the vehicle with their hands raised high screaming at the officer. She surrendered. POW, flung open the passenger door and ran for the woods. By now. swelled. Thirty. AM. Officer, Ralph Abloh NATO. was rushed to the nearest hospital. Officer Abloh NATO died shortly after arrival. About twenty-five police in at least two armed security officers surrounded the woods. which was estimated to be a mile long and half a mile wide. They stopped dozens of cars and pedestrians. They waited and waited. But David Powell never came out. Just after six am. And we decided that six police to canine officers would enter the woods and go in there and get POW. The remaining police were to maintain the perimeter. They wanted only a small amount of police officers to enter the woods to minimize the risk. They decided that no one else was to enter. They needed a set number of officers only. That way. If they saw any movement at all, they would know immediately, it was not a fellow officer. In other words, they were prepared to shoot on sight. The two dogs and six officers entered the woods with flak jackets and loaded shotguns. To armed security guards who shifts ended hours ago but decided to stay and assist the police in any way they could. Now. Decided, it was time to call it a night and let the police do their jobs. Guards Charles Howard. Gary Nelson. We're now near Travis high. When they spotted movement. The two guards with pistols drawn move slowly toward something they saw moving in the bushes. A man crouch down trying to conceal himself. At a distance of about three feet, one of the guards a stern voice instructed the man to come out. Before standing up. The man said, loudly, his voice shaking I'm not going to do anything. And he slowly emerged from the bushes. The guards handcuffed him and called the police.

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"charles howard" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"charles howard" Discussed on WTOP

"79 degrees outside our studios here in friendship Heights. Brought to you by lend the plumber Crusted same day service seven days a week. It's 1 20 to Maryland's early voting doesn't start until October, but the state is getting prepared Now. When the day dawns November 3rd, there will be 255 places for voters to cast ballots in Maryland, but before them, the state Board of Elections has 67 early voting centers at your disposal. They'll be taking votes in 17 counties, including Montgomery, Prince Georges, ST Mary's, Charles Howard and Anne Arrundell. If you're interested in finding locations, contact your local elections board and if you're interested in helping out this year, you're encouraged to sign up his substitute election judges. All counties need wth, um Hillary Howard. W GOP News Virginia is giving voters more options for the presidential election. Virginians will have prepaid postage to return their ballots and have more ballot dropbox options across the state. It's an extraordinary actions supported by the governor, Washington Post reports, lawmakers felt it was need given the double whammy of a pandemic in the U. S Postal Service cutbacks. We'll set aside $2 million for prepaid postage. It also removes requirements for witness to certify ballot signatures and mandate voters drop absentee ballots at precinct. The measure passed despite objections from Republicans that it would invite voter fraud. Jenna collect w. T O P NEWS, Virginia's House of delegates has advanced a bill that would require cities and counties across the state to establish civilian review boards. The authority to investigate citizen complaints and make disciplinary decisions about police officers. It's one of the leading police reform is pushed by protesters since the police killing of George Floyd. On. I 95 this morning near Lorton in Fairfax County, Virginia. State. Police say there was a deadly crash. A traffic camera shows a pickup truck and a car were involved. One person dead. The investigation is ongoing. Just ahead in money news for vacations. This has been the summer of solo distancing. I'm Jeff Label 1 24 times per se is now doing Marla Furnitures Labor Day Savings event. Fresh looks fantastic Savings saved 60% off our huge selection, a beautiful furniture for every room in your home safe 60% off throughout the store, plus.

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"charles howard" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"charles howard" Discussed on WTOP

"Virginia is giving voters more options for the presidential election. Virginians will have prepaid postage to return their ballots and have more ballot dropbox options across the state. It's an extraordinary actions supported by the governor, Washington Post reports, lawmakers felt it was need. Given the double whammy of a pandemic in the U. S Postal Service cutbacks, they'll set aside $2 million for prepaid postage. It also removes requirements for witness to certify ballot signatures and mandate voters drop absentee ballots at precincts. Measure passed, despite objections from Republicans that it would invite voter fraud. Jenny Glick W GOP News Maryland's early voting doesn't start until October, but the state is getting prepared now. When the day dawns. November 3rd there will be 255 places for voters to cast ballots in Maryland. But before then the state Board of Elections has 67 early voting centers at your disposal. They'll be taking votes in 17 counties, including Montgomery, Prince Georges, ST Mary's, Charles Howard and Anna Rundle. If you're interested in finding locations, contact your local elections board and if you're interested in helping out this year, you're encouraged to sign up his substitute election judges. All counties need wth, Um Hillary Howard. W GOP News in Montgomery County School Board approves the reopening plan that keeps kids Home from school through January and possibly beyond classes for M CPS students will start this coming Monday for elementary school students. Classes will start at 8 45 in the morning and go till 3 15 in the afternoon for middle and high schoolers. The table last 30 minutes longer until 3 45 during Tuesday's Board of Education meeting, Chief Technology Officer Pete 17. He says the school system is working on getting chromebooks to every student throughout the county last week alone. We distributed over 49,000 Elementary student Chromebooks. Those students 17, he says Younger students will all have computers with touchscreens Teddy Gellman. W T o P News just ahead in money news what we're doing and not doing online. I'm Jeff Global 11 24. A place of discovery..

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