13 Burst results for "Charlie Danny"
"charlie danny" Discussed on WGN Radio
"You hear that first ripped and you know what you're listening to. Is this resonate with you guys. I was reading about him in CNN, and they were saying that he didn't like being called a country star. And he said, Look, I've played with Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen and Ringo Starr and and sometimes some of those guys on the same day I do a concert with my band over here and something with one of those guys over there. He didn't like being pigeonholed. That's true. And I think that became more evident particularly in about the past. Oh, I would say 10 to 15 years. If you want to get in a really good idea of what Charlie Daniels was all about, listen to some of the albums he put out over the past decade or so. Yeah, he was country. He was rock. But there's jazz. There's blues. Uh, he he was very eclectic. He just loved music, and he also Loved his Les Paul guitars and one of the things that we write about in a R R Blawg post. It was the time that we got to surprise him. He had never Encountered Les Paul. In fact, during a time when he was in the studio with us, he said something and it made us think that he thought that less was no longer alive. Well, I kind of Indicated to Johnny Keep him talking. And I told our producer at the time, Paula Cooper. I said, Get Les on the phone. Head, So we came out of a commercial break and we brought less on and Charlie was blowing away less want up inviting. Charlie to come and join him at theory, Diem and you know, you always see pictures of Charlie Daniels. With that big old hat. There is a picture. On our blawg of Charlie and Les Paul playing an outer respect for less. Charlie is not wearing his hat. But if you look at the two of them, you will see the biggest smiles in the world. They're just having a ball jamming together. What a nice moment for the two of them. So, Yeah, I got to tell you. I was giving Steve the stink eye across the counter. I should go really bad for a man sitting next to be thinks he's going to be talking to a dead man. When I see a good I mean, so he played the guitar. Did he play the fiddle to Charlie? Danny? You know, Gosh. Yeah. We had some great pictures of him at the sandwich fair where he was playing, and it was like 105 degrees and the strings are breaking and it almost Looks like an evil instrument like he's holding it down, and he's fighting it, and it's just popping strings all over the place. He was a fabulous musician, fiddler Bass player and guitarist and a terrific guy and To address a bit of an elephant that may or may not be in the ether. Uh, Charlie's political leanings and our political leanings were not the same. It didn't matter. It never came up. He was all about just the music and he was just a good guy and people got to know He never took this on stage. No one ever knew is politics when he was performing, But people got to know that side of him After September 11th. He became very vocal and he started the soap box on his his website on some people were shocked and surprised me. Well, this is who I am. I'm not going to cram it down your throat on stage, but I want you to know that I'm a patriot. I will fight for veterans till my death and I will let you know where I stand politically. But he never endorsed a candidate now and in fact, during the 2016 election, somebody asked him Who he was going to endorse, and he said something to the effect of frankly, I don't think either belong in the White House. Funny because I was wondering about that Was he always so out spoken and I think he positioned it as I'm a super patriot. I love America. I presume he was more conservative than liberal. But I was reading that they had Ah, post 9 11. They had a country Freedom concert in Nashville, and they disinvited him from performing at that because The lyrics in one of the songs that he was going to perform where I don't know. I haven't seen the lyrics. It was called. This ain't no rag. It's a flag right is a matter of fact. Johnny had a conversation with Charley about. I talked with him about that, and it wasn't on the air. We were talking to him about having him on the air to talk about that controversy. And he said it and I chose to believe him at that time because I really felt like he was a good hearted man. And he said to me when I use the term rag, I was not using a disparaging term toward Muslims are a people of a different faith, he said. But that's how it's being perceived. And he said if I have to suffer for that, you know for miss understanding me. Or if I put it out there, and it's negative, he says. I have to. I have to pay the price for that. One of the reasons that we we appreciated Charlie was he didn't do something to be posturing. Who he Waas was Who he Waas. He wasn't putting on a political outfit to appease a particular audience, and we respected that his beliefs were different than ours. But they were genuine and they never interfered with our relationship with a good man, right where we felt He was just a good human. And it's interesting to John. We are friends with the number of musicians all across the country, and many of them have posted their tributes to Charlie. And and quite a few of the boys. You know, we didn't agree on a lot of things, but when it comes to being a good guy, And a fabulous musician. We absolutely wearing his corner. Well, the obvious then is that music is a great bridge, isn't it? Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. And it's funny to John because if you go back to his very first hit, and they were probably bigger in the South side's more exposed to them, But unease e rider he Projecting himself the long haired, hippie smoking marijuana going into a redneck bar home. That's where he was coming from coming off of working with Dylan. And then just a few years ago, he did a tribute album to Dylan and Dylan. Knowing what his politics worth it, man. I always loved you as a musician, and I love you as a man. Some people were amazed that he worked with Leonard Cohen. Yeah. Did he get tired of performing devil went down to Georgia know, And in fact, it's one of the things I loved about him as a performer. You know, Sometimes we use this. This term of the performer. Does the Vegas act where they speed up there? They're hits, you know, just to get through them because I've done them so many times when he stepped down the stage and he picked up the fiddle and the crowd reacted..
"charlie danny" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Crystal, it's about to be. Moving forward to death it's time for. Yes that's right news. Af is back here again, and we are coming to you live here on a Tuesday morning properly, the afternoon for those of you on the East Coast talk about a bunch of great news stories. that. We have a famous people watching as well. shout Takami in the chat who's just be an Avid Tyson fan and here he is Kennedy's favorite the star of nature with Tyson Tyson Apostle. Hoop what's up Cammie? It is me but it's hard to tell us three apart because we're all wearing a nature with Tyson shirt. Just check this out. Pretty cool guys. Yeah. All right. So here's. A Tyson with the nature with Tyson shirt and hat yup. And also a man who is here with us who is going to give us a big brother up day later on in this episode. Any BRYSON. So excited to finally have something to offer in the Big Brother Department. Okay. Would that be part of the ball tall today Danny? would be another update. Ball. Just too big brother update at some random point it by the way I sure hope this was on. Big Brother. Not sure that it was. Something that you're going gonNA add. But he might. You might have been watching different show and I bet from Love Island I bet it's from Thailand island I watched Love Island. So I know was I love island? Did you watch love island I think I watched most of it? Yeah. would. You be a guest on a love island podcast? I don't know I. Don't know if I paid that much attention. My wife was watching I just sat down next to her car. She complains we don't spend enough time together. You say, oh, how `bout we watched love island. You know she suggested it having heard good things about it and I sat down I just like the good things about it, your her my wife that show is terrible. Well, this is the thing when those reality famously don't have a TV. So you're on a wider Lynn Thirty Charlie, Danny come sit around the computer with me. Exactly And you know as it's just it's so embarrassing I mean. What is just the show the premise the things people say and do crazy isn't that crazy? It's wild I think if the narrator went a little harder with the with the jokes you know. They, rip blade. Went Pretty. Hard folks. Okay. Okay. So yeah, harder than I would watch it. But. The thing is the writers don't write I mean the jokes aren't great. They need someone from like the simpsons writing jokes for lottery, Simpson's circa early nineties. Yeah. In the night is like the Conan O'Brien crew a retired. Yeah. That'd be awesome. I mean there's lots of material lots of softball. In their people making it so easy to make fun of them. I couldn't write the jokes, but there's someone out there really could like maybe. You know like I said Connor Conan O'Brien crew maybe anyone who's in that small slink it could. Come in. I don't know. You could try I mean the thing is you could come up with some zingers in my lifetime and those Ben mostly on the spot. What is that eater three thousand? Theater. Yes. So you could do the equivalent of that with Love Island Tyson test out your jokes. I don't know if all actually have enough time because I'm currently working on a audiobook series you're doing. Your book series. Tell us more tell us more so Many and a fan. Of this podcast and other podcasts lost Robert No. Secret.
"charlie danny" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And each state is part of a treasure hunt. It cost 50 bucks to enter on gold ticket dot com and get a clue those who Find it will get $5000. But the ultimate prize is the key to a factory. The winner gets an all expenses, paid trip and education to a candy making university. The upcoming Batman movie is stopping production after Batman himself tested positive for the Corona virus. Robert Pattinson, who was set to play Bruce Wayne in the Batman has the virus Sarah Harmon with more patents. His publicist has yet to comment and movie Studio Warner Brothers would not confirm either only saying in a statement, a member of the band Man production has tested positive for Coben 19 and his isolating in accordance with established protocols. The movie stop filming in March due to the Cova 19 pandemic and had just days ago started again in London. I'm Lisa Taylor and I'm Denise Pellegrini in the Bloomberg newsroom Investors in the US have this long holiday weekend to lick their wounds after those sudden drops for stocks Thursday and Friday. Ben Laidler is CEO of Tower Hudson Research. And he says he's still upbeat about stocks, though especially text, You know, I think we shouldn't you know people need to be realistic about this. There's gonna be bumps along the wife ashore. In time. Moderna. Among the stocks taking a hit in yesterday's down session, shared something during a tumbled 3.5% on these is mounting about the biotechs covered 19 vaccine trial. Because of insider share sales and enrollment slow down for more. We're going to go to Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet Charlie Danny's with late stage trial results weeks away. The stock has shed more than a third of its value from records in mid July. Still shares of more than tripled since the beginning of the year, prompting several insiders to cash out CEO Stefan Bansal, who found himself a newly minted billionaire. As a result of the pandemic, disposed of an additional 18,000 shares last week, including some tied two entities controlled by him. All right, thank you, Charlie. Meantime, vaccine makers including Moderna, along with Visor, Johnson and Johnson, GlaxoSmithKline, Sanofi and possibly others. A pledge not to send a covert 19 vaccine to the FDA for review without getting extensive safety and efficacy data. First. Critics have said the FDA is under political pressure to approve the vaccine. And a new study says financial advisors Give women worse advice than men. The academic study is from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. It looked at the advice of every local financial planner in Hong Kong for a couple of years. And found consultants frequently pushed women into riskier investments will news 24 hours a day on air at on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Denise Pellegrini, and this is Bloomberg. This is the business of sports. Where in the situation that we haven't dealt with modern times pandemic has really accelerated the investments that we've been advocating for years..
"charlie danny" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is blasting President Trump for his alleged comments about fallen U. S soldiers. The former VP called the reported remarks disgusting and deplorable and said Trump is not fit to be commander in chief. The Atlantic is reporting that Trump called fallen soldiers, suckers and losers. While he was in France a few years ago, Biden told reporters he believes the Atlantic article is true based on other things that Trump has said over the years, President Trump calls the report in the Atlantic fake news. Whose large protests are planned in Louisville today to coincide with the Kentucky Derby. Activists from across the country will meet to demand justice for Briana Taylor. City officials say. Fences and large trucks are lined up outside Churchill Downs to keep crowds away. And after seven seasons playing Allison Janney's characters, daughter and Mom and Ferris is leading the show to pursue new opportunities. Show starts production on Season eight in about two weeks. That's the latest I'm Lisa Taylor. And I'm Denise Pellegrini in the Bloomberg News Room. Fed Chair J. Powell weighing in on this week's jobs report, and, he says, Well, the U. S unemployment data for August was positive. The economy's recovery from the Corona virus. Pandemic has a long road ahead and interest rates will remain. Look for a very long time for more. We're going to go now to Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet. Charlie Danny's Powell spoke hours after a report showed the US labor market extended its rebound for 1/4 month in August, with the unemployment rate falling by almost 2% points to 8.4%. In an interview with national Public Radio, Pal said quote the recovery is continuing. We do think it will get harder from here. He says The job's report was a good one, adding quote to get us back to full employment. We're gonna have to get the disease under control. Some skepticism, though about the Fed's ability to keep juicing US stocks. Oxana Erin off his client portfolio manager of J P Market investment. We remain very skeptical off the Federal Reserve's action simply because we've seen this play bug in Japan in Europe, it has been very difficult to make any real money in those markets at American Airlines Group, introducing its cheapest fair class in years to try to coax a few travelers away from budget carriers. Bloomberg's Gregg Jarrett reports these days. Such no frills tickets are becoming a mainstay of the company's efforts to fill its planes, as many as 85% of passengers brought so called basic economy fares during a brief uptick and travel in June. Chief revenue officer Bezoar Raja says the vast majority were under 30 and two thirds weren't enrolled in America's loyalty program, indicating that probably weren't repeat traveler's sense. Then such bare bones tickets have continued to account for a majority of customers. All right, thank you. Greg Global News 24 hours a day on Air Adam Lumber Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Denise Pellegrini. And this is Bloomberg. I'm Barry Ritholtz. You're listening to masters and business on Bloomberg Radio. My extra special guest this week is Morgan. How's a ll? He is the author of a new book called The Psychology of Money, Timeless Lessons on Wealth, Greed and happiness. It came out September 8th. He is also the winner of The New York Times sitting the award and the two time winner of best business writing from the Society of American Business Editors and writers. So let's talk a little bit about this book. I really enjoyed it. I read it on the beach. I plowed right through it. You use some wonderful stories. To make really important points about finance and investing and just your relationship with money. How do you find some of these really wonderful stories you use as illustrative points to me. It's like, Look, I'm a financial writer. I mean, I write about investing and the economy but I never read Finance books. I never read investing books. I rarely read anything online about investing. I just want to read from the castle widest net that I can and read about behavior. How people think and how people have dealt with greed and risk and scarcity and try to learn from that in a way that's going to make me a better industrial making a better investor writer. All the stories of those who came from years and years of just casual, unstructured reading and just poking around, But always with this idea in my head, and always with like this feed in my head of what on what I'm reading and trying to ask, how does this apply to investing? I think if you're always asking that question when you're reading about A broad variety of topics. So there's stories in the book about meteorology and about medicine and about dentistry that all tied back to investing. So if you just have the the widest net possible that you can read And always asking yourself. How does that apply to my field? Then? I think the stories are pretty easy to find, And I think that applies to a lot of field. That's not just investing. I think if you are a doctor or an engineer or a politician, whatever it is If you're reading about a broad variety of fielding topics, you hope and you're and you're always asking. How does this apply to what I d'oh that is, I think a great way to learn. And if you are on ly learning about your field through the narrow lens of your field, and if you're an engineer, you're only reading about engineering Your story in your Onley reading history like That's a narrow lens to learn about any feel particularly field that have to do with just trying to answer the question. How did people think how other people behave water people likely to do next? That's all that investing is, but that's what a lot of field are as well. That's That's why I took that approach after they think it's more interesting. Most investing books and economic books are really boring and and maybe people who work in the field will find them worthwhile to read. But definitely not like you like you averagely person on the street. They're not going to pick up most economic textbooks and say, Oh, this is really fascinating. You have to be able to present it in a way that is both interesting and also much more intuitive to grasp if you just lay out a bunch of formulas in charge. Most people are just going to say this isn't for me. I don't have enough mental bandwidth to get through this right now. If you could tell a story about something that happened in World War two, then a much been a higher degree of people are going to say. Oh, this is interesting. I'm kind of fascinated in this. Now. It humanizes what is typically just an analytical field in investing in a way that I think makes it more accessible for people. It is a story that you come back to in your columns and in the book about the Wright brothers and how completely groundbreaking game changing Kitty Hawk was in the first powered human flight, and you describe how no one really had any clue what took place for years and years and years. Discuss that a little bit me is always in fascinating because the airplane is in my view, and I don't think this is a bold statement. The airplane was the most important invention of the 20th century because it impacted everything it impacted everything from Retail transportation to business commerce delivery to military transformed geopolitics that started World War ended World War every day. The airplane changed everything. And when it came about when the Wright brothers first flew in in Kittyhawk, virtually no one paid any attention to it, and not just not just in the first few days after they're flying, in which virtually no newspaper covered it. Even after they went back to Dayton, Ohio, where they're from. They left Kitty Hawk one back in Dayton, and they were flying all over people's homes, people they were flying their airplane all throughout town, and even then. People weren't paying much attention to it. And even when people started paying attention to the fact that, Hey, these kids made the thing That's that's pretty cool. Maybe it's not just a toy. Maybe this is not just some like crazy wild science experiment, maybe their usefulness. The best. Most people thought about the airplane when they started paying attention to it was just for military purposes. They thought. Can we strap a machine gun onto this? Can we drop bombs out of this? It wasn't for years, and now it's not decades that people really saw the usefulness of what the airplane would be, which was transporting people around the world transporting goods and packages and inventory around the world. That took a long time for people to figure out that that would be the usefulness of the airplane. When you think about that, just that just that idea, And then you see how does that apply to today? Like what? Inventions are out there today that we're not paying any attention to or we are paying attention to, But we have no clue about what their ultimate usefulness will be. You know that's going to be the case coming up. We continue our conversation with Morgan. How's author of the psychology of Money.
"charlie danny" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Got whatever you want, but I got a lot of people property for. I don't know what I'm gonna even be able to open. The store video shows the suspect's dressed in all black with their faces covered, destroying the windows. Protests have ramped up since the death of Daniel Prude and Rochester police custody was deemed a homicide. On Thursday, Trump supporters drove through a crowd of protestors in Times Square. Nobody was charged or hurt in that attack, a show Kabbalah New York, Mississippi prosecutors air dropping a case against a black man who was tried six times and spent 23 Years in prison. Curtis Flowers was accused of killing four people in the holdup of a furniture store in 1996. The Mississippi Supreme Court overturned three convictions in the next two trials ended with hung Juries. The US Supreme Court overturned his last conviction because the white prosecutor engaged in discrimination by striking all African Americans from the jury panel. I'm Lisa Taylor. From the jury panel. I'm Lisa Taylor. And I'm Denise Pellegrini in the Bloomberg News Room. Fed Chair J. Powell weighing in on this week's jobs report, and, he says, Well, the U. S unemployment data for August was positive. The economy's recovery from the Corona virus. Pandemic has a long road ahead and interest rates will remain. Look for a very long time for more. We're going to go now to Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet. Charlie Danny's Powell spoke hours after a report showed the US labor market extended its rebound for 1/4 month in August, with the unemployment rate falling by almost 2% points to 8.4%. In an interview with national Public Radio, Pal said quote the recovery is continuing. We do think it will get harder from here. He says The job's report was a good one, adding quote to get us back to full employment. We're gonna have to get the disease under control. Some skepticism, though about the Fed's ability to keep juicing US stocks. Oxana Erin off his client portfolio manager of J P Market investment. We remain very skeptical off the Federal Reserve's action simply because we've seen this play bug in Japan in Europe, it has been very difficult to make any real money in those markets on American Airlines Group, introducing its cheapest fair class in years to try to coax a few travelers away from budget carriers. Bloomberg's Gregg Jarrett reports these days. Such no frills tickets are becoming a mainstay of the company's efforts to fill its planes as when he is 85% of passengers brought so called basic economy fares during a brief uptick in travel in June, chief revenue Officer Bezoar Raja says. The vast majority were under 30, and two thirds weren't enrolled in America's loyalty program, indicating that probably weren't repeat travelers. Since then. Such bare bones tickets have continued to account for a majority of customers. All right, thank you. Greg Global News 24 hours a day on air Remember quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Denise Pellegrini. And this is Bloomberg. This's Bloomberg. BusinessWeek with Carol Master and Jason Kelly from Bloomberg Radio. Hello and welcome back to Bloomberg. BusinessWeek. I'm Jason Kelly Carroll. Master is off this week. I was joined throughout the week by Alex Steel Well ahead in this hour of Bloomberg BusinessWeek we're gonna hear from George Pine. He's an old pal of mine. He's now the CEO of Brew in sports capital. He was a top executive at NASCAR. He was a top executive at I am G as well. So he knows the world of sports, and he knows how unprecedented this world is. He's going to talk about those protests and sports getting back to business, plus a special edition of the magazine this week. It's a voter's guide. To the most volatile election in decades. That 2020 presidential election and also all of those other races down about. We're going to hear from the CEO of Vote America about voting by mail and what we may see over the next couple months running up to that election first up, though, let's get inside the magazine and talk about how Pennsylvania Turned purple. It is one of the most contested states. Historically, 2020 will be no different. We caught up with reporters Sean Donnan. He spent some time looking at one specific. Town that defied a lot of expectations. He joined us along with editor Jill Weber. Well, it started off in the spring when we started getting the lock down with Corona virus, and I just really wanted to find one place in America that I wanted to track through this crisis and the place I settled on for a number of reasons. Including the fact it's sitting in a pretty crucial part of of Pennsylvania politically, with the amperage as this astonishing history, going back to the 19th century, when it was actually called economy, Pennsylvania on and it was the home of a religious sect called the Harmonists. Who had a whole ethos of communal living and ended up actually setting up a huge business empire and selling the town to the American Bridge Company in the early 20th century Andi American Bridge company renamed average after itself and brought the steel industry to town and you had the whole ride through the 20th century. Of the steel industry, which ends in the in the eighties, when American Bridge moves out of town, Other steel mill shut down and we have the last 30 years so years or 30, plus years of of a kind of that industrialized America experience that we all became so familiar with in 2016. And then there was this one added wrinkle that that, uh I just couldn't get out of my head. Average didn't go with the flow and 2016 former steel town and it actually voted for Hillary. And so it goes against the political who shave if you will of these industrialized so I wanted to find out why I wanted to find out how this Was getting battered by the health crisis and I wanted to try and ask a question, which is You know, after four years of Donald Trump, do we know what the future is for these places that that really made so many big economic promises? So what was your answer that you found in the US Will be answer you find in a lot of places is that it's complicated. Exactly. And the answer is it's a town that is still caught between two different identities. There's a big Chunk of people in town who really were hanging on to the industrial past. But what we've seen this year is the kind of last major industrial employers are are shutting down. Partly as a result of the Corona virus. Downturn on things aren't looking good on the industrial front and on the other side is this idea that and bridge which is 25 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh? Maybe can reinvent itself is a bedroom community. There's all sorts of challenges with that school system isn't as good as it should be. The property. Max is old factory..
"charlie danny" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"News. I'm Lisa Taylor. Attorney General William Barr says the streets of Portland are safer now that a shooting suspect is dead, Bar said yesterday. Tracking down a dangerous fugitive and antifa member was a significant accomplishment in restoring law and order. A suspect was one of for killing a supporter President Trump at a rally in Portland last week. Four deputy marshals killed him last night while trying to make an arrest in Washington State. At least eight protesters are under arrest for smashing windows in Manhattan doors and Windows air now boarded up or another. Peaceful protest March through New York City yesterday, there were reports of smoke bombs. His cops in riot gear ran down West 51st Street heading toward Broadway. Protests have ramped up since the death of Daniel proved in Rochester. And Kanye West to spending his personal fortune on his bid for president. In a federal campaign filing, the rapper reportedly spent around $5.9 million on his presidential campaign. West declared his run for president back in July. That's the latest I'm Lisa Taylor. And I'm Denise Pellegrini in the Bloomberg News Room. Fed Chair J. Powell weighing in on this week's jobs report, and, he says, Well, the U. S unemployment data for August was positive. The economy's recovery from the Corona virus. Pandemic has a long road ahead and interest rates will remain. Look for a very long time for more. We're going to go now to Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet. Charlie Danny's Powell spoke hours after a report showed the US labor market extended its rebound for 1/4 month in August, with the unemployment rate falling by almost 2% points to 8.4%. In an interview with national Public Radio, Pal said quote the recovery is continuing. We do think it will get harder from here. He says The job's report was a good one, adding quote to get us back to full employment. We're gonna have to get the disease under control. Some skepticism, though about the Fed's ability to keep juicing US stocks. Oxana Erin off his client portfolio manager of J. P. Morgan investment. We remain very skeptical off the Federal Reserve's actions simply because we've seen this play bug in Japan in Europe, it has been very difficult to making your own money in those markets on American Airlines Group, introducing its cheapest fair class in years to try to coax a few travelers away from budget carriers. Bloomberg Scrag reports these days. Such no frills tickets are becoming a mainstay of the company's efforts to fill its planes, as many as 85% of passengers bought so called basic economy fares during a brief uptick and travel in June. Keep revenue officer Bazooka. Raja says the vast majority were under 30 and two thirds weren't enrolled in America's loyalty program, indicating that probably weren't repeat travelers. Since then. Such bare bones tickets have continued to account for a majority of customers. All right, thank you. Greg Global News 24 hours a day on a random number quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Denise Pellegrini. And this is Bloomberg. You're.
"charlie danny" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Attorney General William Barr says the streets of Portland are safer now that a shooting suspect is dead. Bar said yesterday that tracking down a dangerous fugitive and antifa member was a significant accomplishment and restoring law and order. The suspect was wanted for killing a supporter of President Trump at a rally in Portland last week. Four deputy marshals killed him last night while trying to make an arrest in Washington state to militia members are facing charges for going to Kenosha, Wisconsin, with a cache of weapons to check out protests over the Jacob Blake shooting. Federal prosecutors say the two were members of the 4 17 2nd amendment militia. They had an ar 15 rifle, a shotgun handguns and body armor in their hotel room when they were arrested. The two traveled from Missouri to Wisconsin and then planned to go to Portland, where protests have been ongoing for months. One. Florida City is now handing out fines for those not wearing masks. The Delray Beach Police Department posted a video on Facebook that points out weeks ago, The city passed in order approving the issue of fines to those ignoring the mask mandate, and now I will enforce it. But a police sergeant explains that residents consistent. Avoid the fine, so officers in our downtown unit will have masks they will be providing Individuals with mass that may not have won. But, he says if the officer meets resistance from someone not wearing a mask and not social distancing outside, they'll have to pay $125 a fine doubles on a second offence. The Indio Tamale Festival may be billed as the biggest Tamale festival in the world. But an estimated 120,000 lovers of the tamale will not be crowding the Coachella Valley in December. That's because this year's Tamale festival is being scrubbed due to the Cova 19 pandemic, Indio Mayor Glenn Miller says. There's nothing we'd like more bent in 2020 was such a positive celebration of our culture and history. However, we can't risk people's safety by bringing together such a large number of people. I'm Lisa Taylor. Attorney General William Barr says the streets of Portland are safer now that a shooting suspect is dead. Bar said yesterday that tracking down a dangerous fugitive and antifa member was a significant accomplishment in restoring law and order. A suspect was wanted for killing a supporter of President Trump At a rally in Portland last week, four deputy marshals killed him last night while trying to make an arrest in Washington state. Two militia members. They're facing charges for going to Kenosha, Wisconsin with a cache of weapons to check out protests over the Jacob Blake shooting. Federal prosecutors say the two were members of the 4 17 2nd amendment militia. They had an ar 15 rifle, a shotgun handguns and body armor in their hotel room when they were arrested. The two traveled from Missouri to Wisconsin and then planned to go to Portland, where protests have been ongoing for months. One. Florida City is now handing out fines for those not wearing masks. The Delray Beach Police Department posted a video on Facebook that points out weeks ago, The city passed in order approving the issue of fines to those ignoring the mask mandate, and now I will enforce it. But a police sergeant explains that residents consistent. Avoid the fine, so officers in our downtown unit will have masks they will be providing Individuals with mass that may not have won. But, he says if the officer meets resistance from someone not wearing a mask and not social distancing outside, they'll have to pay $125 a fine doubles on a second offence. The Indio Tamale Festival may be billed as the biggest Tamale festival in the world. But an estimated 120,000 lovers of the tamale will not be crowding the Coachella Valley in December. That's because this year's Tamale festival is being scrubbed due to the Cova 19 pandemic. Indio Mayor Glenn Miller says there's nothing we like more bent in 2020 with such a positive celebration of our culture and history. However, we can't risk people's safety by bringing together such a large number of people. I'm Lisa Taylor. And I'm dizzy Spell a grating in the Bloomberg News from U. S stocks as we've been reporting pounds back a bit from a sharp selloff, but they still closed it a two week low as mega cap tech shares sold off and for more, We're going to go to Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet Charlie Danny's losses for Amazon, Microsoft and Facebook Push the tech heavy NASDAQ 100 Index down more than 5% at one point So it paired those declines to just over 1% as the day wore on gains in financial shares limited losses in the S and P 500 index, which ended the week down 2.3% the lowest level since August. 21st for the week. NASDAQ was down 3.3%. The Dow was down 1.8%. Alright, Thank you, Charlie. Time to step up for Brooklyn based etc. And New Jersey based Catelyn. These stocks are being moved up to the S and P 500 H and R Block, Cody and coals are being moved into the SNP midcalf 400 instead. Students attending the State University of New York 64 campuses could be getting tested for covert 19 every two weeks as the school's try to stay open. That's according to university officials as they point to new advances in testing. Sunni Oneonta has already shut down because of a covered outbreak, and the Post says Cornell is struggling to control an outbreak among athletes and more grim news about restaurants and how hard the industry is getting slammed during the pandemic. We get more of that from Bloomberg's Jeff Bellenger. The New York State Restaurant Association says Almost two thirds of restaurants in the state will have to close if they don't get a government bailout. And more than half of those who said they'd have to close would shut down before November. Restaurant operators are also asking for breaks on their rent. And some are hoping they can get insurance money to cover the business interruption caused by the pandemic. Alright, Thank you, Jeff that will do is 24 hours a day on air on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries under the spell a grainy and this is Bloomberg. Office is.
"charlie danny" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"About I have spent and twisting. Just like the floor of his face. And you know, I run over to see if he's okay. Victim was rushed to the hospital is being treated for a broken arm and leg. Police air looking through surveillance video in their investigation, A show Paula reporting from New York. Ah Kee Covert 19 model's predicting the number of deaths in the United States could double by the new year. Researchers at the University of Washington predict more than 410,000 total death, says the country heads into fall and winter. Dr. Christopher Murray, who heads the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the school, says the worst is yet to come. Dr. Murray cautions December will likely be a very deadly month, especially in colder parts of the U. S. It's a good time to get a passport, Brian Shook explains. The State Department says they've gotten through the backlog of nearly two million passport applications it built up When employees went remote due to the pandemic. They weren't able to process passports at home for security reasons, but now they're working on recent applications. There's still a delay, though. With the process taking up to four weeks longer than several months ago, Brian Shook reporting, Kanye West is putting a lot of his own money towards his bid for president. In a federal campaign filing. The rapper reportedly spent around $5.9 million on his presidential campaign. The new finding comes after West was denied by Virginia and Arizona to be featured on their general election ballots come November and a 16 year old girl is setting her sights on a 20 miles swim to California's Catalina Island. She just finished the second swim on her list. Making it 33 miles across the English Channel. I'm at Madison. And I'm Denise Pellegrini in the Bloomberg News Room. Fed Chair J. Powell weighing in on this week's jobs report, and, he says, Well, the U. S unemployment data for August was positive. The economy's recovery from the Corona virus. Pandemic has a long road ahead and interest rates will remain. Look for a very long time for more. We're going to go now to Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet. Charlie Danny's Powell spoke hours after a report showed the US labor market extended its rebound for 1/4 month in August, with the unemployment rate falling by almost 2% points to 8.4%. In an interview with national Public Radio, Pal said quote the recovery is continuing. We do think it will get harder from here. He says The job's report was a good one, adding quote to get us back to full employment. We're gonna have to get the disease under control. Some skepticism, though about the Fed's ability to keep juicing US stocks. Oxana Erin off his client portfolio manager of J P Market investment. We remain very skeptical off the Federal Reserve's action simply because we've seen this play bug in Japan in Europe. It has been very difficult to making your own money in those markets on American Airlines Group, introducing its cheapest fair class in years to try to coax a few travelers away from budget carriers. Bloomberg's Gregg Jarrett reports these days. Such no frills tickets are becoming a mainstay of the company's efforts to fill its planes, as many as 85% of passengers bought so called basic economy fares during a brief uptick and travel in June. Chief revenue officer Bazooka, Raja says the vast majority were under 30 and two thirds weren't enrolled in America's loyalty program, indicating that probably weren't repeat traveler's sense. Then such bare bones tickets have continued to account for a majority of customers. All right, thank you. Greg Global News 24 hours a day on air Remember quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Denise Pellegrini. And this is Bloomberg. This is Bluebird. Wall Street Week..
"charlie danny" Discussed on The First Degree
"Today's case brings us back to January fifteenth of Nineteen, Seventy Four, and if you're listening to this episode, Live on Release Day, we can tell you. It's been exactly forty six years six months and eleven days since a significant day, the movie blazing saddles was in theaters and songs time in a bottle by Jim Crow Chee and the joker by Steve Miller band were topping the charts and the setting for today's case Wichita Kansas. That's the largest city in the state of Kansas and the. LARGEST, city in the United States. Geographically speaking Wichita is located in south. Central Kansas. Nestled against the Arkansas River. In Wichita birthplace of both pizza hut and white castle, making a fast food wonderland of sorts. And another thing that this fine city produced the outlaw. Will Bonnie also known as billy the kid? which saw Kansas has many suburban neighborhoods, the kind of neighborhoods that are perfect for raising a family and that's exactly where Joseph. Otero and his wife Julie planted their roots in decided to raise their children. This family consisted of thirty. Eight Year Old Dad Joseph. Thirty four year, old mom, Giulio Tarot and the Otero children, nine year, old Joseph junior eleven year old Josephine, thirteen year olds Carmen, fourteen year old Danny and fifteen year old Charlie. It's a big wonderful family name on this particular morning of January fifteenth, Matriarch. Julie Woke her children for school at around seven am. The older kids were running late and left school with their dad at seven fifty a m. As Joseph was pulling out of the family's garage to leave driving his children. His son Charley started to close the garage door as the car was pulling out. But Joseph stopped him and told him to leave it open because he was returning right after he drove kids to school, so charlie obliged. She listened to his dad. He got back in the car and off. They went. Sculpture proceeded as normal for the kids and at the end of the day the three older children. Walked tone. And it's not clear whether the children normally walk home, but we do know is at the time. The Otero family only had one working vehicle because there other car had been in an accident and it was at the shot being repaired. When the kids got home, they couldn't open the front door, so Danny went around to the back, and he tried to get the back door open, but that was locked to so danny goes back around to the front of the House, and he somehow manages to unlock the front door. Once they were inside the first thing that children saw was the contents of their mom's purse spilled out onto the living room floor. They look to the kitchen and they see their father's wallet on the Stove. A child's lunchbox was on the kitchen table josephina Joseph Juniors winter coats were on the living room, couch, and an open loaf of bread, a knife and several jars of sandwich spread were on the kitchen table. Some of the pieces of the bread were slathered with Mayo, and some weren't, and it was kind of as if somebody had been interrupted when they're making their sandwiches, and there was also a gallon of milk left out next to the kitchen sink. Next to the half made sandwiches. There was an open can of Pairs. One of the chairs at the kitchen table was pulled out. And there was a pair of men's shoes under the chair. The three kids knew something was just off, and they walked around looking for a sign of either their mom. Their Dad or they're two younger siblings. They went upstairs towards the master bedroom. And that's where they made a horrifying discovery. They saw their parents lifeless bodies. The frantic children attempted to cut the rope from around their mom's neck and the ropes around their father's wrists. They removed the gag from their MOM's mouth with a set of toenail clippers and tried to revive her. Danny then went to get a knife to try to cut the ropes off of his father's hands. And there was also a belt around his father's throat, which loosened and he then tried to revive him. But his father's chest was just very stiff. Danny ran to the phone to call for help. But when he picked up the receiver at the line is dead. So we started out of the house, found neighbor, and they called the police. When the police arrived at the scene, it was three forty pm, and they were met by Charlie. Who was just completely distraught? He told him that his parents were inside. There were in their bedroom and they were tied up. The police told us three children to stay outside and stay calm and try to comfort them. Please entered the home. and. It was neat orderly. The only thing out of place that stuck out to them initially was this. person the floor in his wallet on the Stove, and obviously these things in the kitchen, which made it seem like somebody had been interrupted making lunch for these children. Officers moved through the house towards the master bedroom. They. Push the door open at approached shows, if senior who is clearly deceased and lying on the floor of the master bedroom. There is and moved to a piece of white rope and a large butcher knife that laid next to him. Julia. Tara, was on the bed. Her legs were hanging off the side, slightly bent. Julia was wearing jeans a housecoat. Her feet were bound the ankles. She'd indentations around her neck, and there was one piece of rope tied to the north corner of the bed. There was blood around her nose and around her mouth. Neither Julia or Joseph had a pulse. Julie's hands were still tied behind her back, and there was a white gag rules to her head, which was stained with her blood. And when Charlie Danny and Carmen their three children were questioned by arriving officers. They told them that they lived at this home with their parents in there too little siblings, Josephine and Joseph Junior and they didn't know where they were. The older siblings became distraught over the idea of having to tell the babies of the family that their parents had been killed, but that was something that they'd never actually have to do. Because the reality of the nightmare that was unfolding in real time that morning was about to get so much worse than anyone on the scene could have imagined. Inside the home, one of the officers was attempting to clear the house room by room, making sure the perpetrator who attacked Julian Joseph senior word no longer on the premises. And it's in an upstairs bedroom that this officer Shirley made one of the most horrific and haunting discoveries of his entire life. Through me entered was clearly the bedroom of two children, there were bunk beds and boys toys everywhere. And in the center of the floor, was the lifeless body of Joseph Otero, junior he was wearing his school close a long sleeved button up shirt, jeans and socks. And, we are going to describe his injuries because Joseph Junior was nine years old, and we're not here to describe injuries inflicted on children, gratuitous or detail. But it wouldn't be long before. Four horrifying discovery in this home was about to be made. As the search of the home continued. What are the officers descended the stairs to the basement. And it was there that they found the body of eleven year old Josephine. Like the case of Joseph Junior rocketed, discuss her injuries or the circumstances under which her life was cruelly taken. As News, the massacre spread to say the community was shocked. Devastated horrified doesn't begin to describe the kind of impact. A crime like this has on a neighborhood. And many of the most grizzled police officers will never see examples of such cruelty across thirty year careers. The Tara home was seals off and law. Enforcement set up a command post an old school across the street from the House. It was revealed that the families Brown nineteen sixty eight Vista cruiser station wagon was missing from the garage, but it was found later that same day in the parking lot of a grocery store. Then the search for the person who slaughtered this family commenced. In the thing is. Is that no one on the scene that day? Realize that this search would be one that would stretch over more than three decades, because the murder of his family be the first four murders of ten that terrorized and continue to haunt the suburbs of Wichita Kansas to.
"charlie danny" Discussed on Bachelor Party
"I think with all these reality shows the pitch to get people to do them is like very different than what it ends up being. And that's one of the reasons why they have Nicole buyers do. The Narration Cohesive Narrative essentially. I mean it does seem like they. Halfway for making the show relocate. I guess we don't eat hosts so we have them. Yeah I know there was no point. Nick and Vanessa but whatever happy to see them. Still employed next Tyler Cameron Duh Jordan wisely our greatest athlete currently living perhaps Nick Viol- who is just being who just got demolished in route wide so crushed car Maria from the challenge who. I don't miss this season at all. I don't miss it at all. Tyler brought Sierra and Caitlyn lull from teen mom. I think that the greatest contribution of teen mom was this couple. Do you recall and two hundred nine. When Jacksonville ran a fundraiser. For Tyler to buy the book she needed college donated. Thank you are still together. It's beautiful That is nice. That is this. Have you watched much teen mom time depressing show don't watch mostly follows names through I just want to clarify nothing wrong with being team. Mom I just think that lives. They capture are ones that are less than optimal. And there's a lot of a lot of sadness. It's very very sad. Show next Kleinfeld from the dress. I chose the whole store client valves. We have randy on the bracket. I'm really glad they asked address. Made it on. I feel I love. I love your pick of Kleinfeld. That's genius and I also just love renison. Awfully he had a real moment. There was conventions where people are like coming out to see Randy charming little guy. No he really is. And lastly the end of my last Jon and Kate from Johnny K plus the Property Brothers Danielle Muhamed the most depressing couple of ninety day fiance. I don't WANNA discuss them. And of course our greatest Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe Keelan. How to came out Roscoe? Yeah now I kind caitlyn and Hannah two best seasons I. I'm I'm now firmly team. Caitlyn but I mean I like both of them. Obviously but I just think Kaitlyn will slow. Go Down it's the Grizz Bachelorette in our collective memory issues very important store and on that note. Let's talk about listen to your heart the bachelor presents. What's your grade of the show through three episodes? Andrew? I think Matt like a B. Plus how plus last week I. I agree the second episode. Yeah it was. It was entertaining but so so this episode was incredible. It was still good. The sudden switch to all of a sudden being. The voice was awesome so the beginning of this episode. Chris Harrison comes in and he's like next time I see you. I only want see couples so everyone is forced to couple up otherwise they have to self exit. I think the only person who really south exited and therefore domino effect was Gabe if I RECALL CORRECTLY RECEIVER WEIRD. He only wanted to Savannah and then as a result. The woman with the with the purple hair also had to go. I believe her name is Ruby. And then we're left with this weird like Love Square between Brandon and Savannah and Julia and Sheridan and it just gets super weird in the main thing we learned this week. Is that Julia has got some problems. Oh Man Julius got a lot of chaotic energy God. Julius didn't at least two occasions that we're on camera probably more the. Pda went from zero to one hundred really quick for about about Brandon in Savannah. Because she wanted to be with Brandon and I would just say. Julia didn't handle herself all this week. Now this is bad. Look for her. I think You know wasn't making a ton of sense in her arguments now sh- what what specifically was her argument. And so just in case you missed it. Basically Julianne Sheridan were a couple and then she realized that she like Brandon and Brandon. Didn't give her a rose because he knew that Sheridan would and therefore he would get to have both savannah and Julia still around to see who he liked more and ultimately when Chris Harrison was like okay time to couple up he ends up going with the banner. Even though Julia tries to Ruin Savannah and Brandon by telling Savannah. That brandon is playing. Both of them didn't work. And just Julia ends up being the biggest loser and she had to sit down with Savannah and things get really very hard to follow. I think like she just kept while so brandon was definitely awesome shady tactics desperately trying to have cake and eat it too but then when he got cau- he was like okay. I'm sorry I choose you one hundred percent Iran instead of Julia being like okay fair she was like oh well. He's clearly just lying about that. Yeah faking it. She basically couldn't accept that she had lost the chance to be brandon. Grab like she was just cloaking it in like that you guys are being faked thing of so and and then back and then started rooting against them. Really hard core and so in the way that manifested was this show became the voice as you said and every couple had to perform different songs. So we had matt and Rudy Doing Shawn Mendez fallen into you which is unfair competitive advantage. We also had just backstreet boys song. We had the LUMINAIRES I believe. And then we had. We had Riana which was an incredible moment. Where the TASHA and Ryan American Psycho John Mayer has as Bill as saying realists day and Jason whereas absolutely loved it. Jason was a judge in case you missed that and he basically warned Ryan. Tasha was so much better than him at singing that her career was gonna take off and she would be issue is going to leave him. I can't explain how loud I laughed when he said this to his face. He's he said I just want you to be be aware how good she is. And how much better she is than you and then he said. You understand what I'm saying to you right. He said she's GonNa leave you easy. Let's get Jason Mraz Bachelor Bachelor podcast or something or just get him on reality. Tv we mean Jason Mraz came on Westfield completely upstaged cashew who was also on the head. This episode like there was a lot of star power. There was Jason whereas like. Maybe you don't consider Mostar. But he's like legitimately famous there's cash and then the last judge was the duo of Jordan Jo-jo they were. They were judging like chemistry connections but they have like as much of a say it seems in this as as everyone else it seemed there like judgment seem to boil down to like how much I contact was being made between each gas to second anyone looked out into the crowd it was. Oh yeah they care more about performing well they called. Brielle at one point. I think it was great. They weren't sure if she was more into Chris who she's still with or she was into the audience they're like who are you trying to win over? Who Do you love so I was like? It's really funny. But it's hard to imagine how they do a second season of the show where they clearly didn't have any idea what they were doing and just made up rule as long as they go along the way because it ended with Chris Harrison giving out roses kind of a Konki situation. Basically Chris Harrison tells them who who has won the musical challenge like who gets to move on and then he gives them both roses and then they still have to give it to each other. It's sort of like vows of a wedding or something like that but it just it didn't make any sense so what rules would make more sense for this and like how should it actually go. Well I think first of all we do. We need Ro- ceremonies and I know that it's the bachelor. Like maybe the answer's Yes. But I feel like now I feel like we could just like rank everyone and like reveal it in some way. Yes there should be more like a reveal that where you have to earn points for like more like Bachelor pad style like you earn points for making while singing or something like. There's more ways to accrue accrue wins. It's almost like the good place for like you get. Every action has an aside value current. Yeah there's currently not enough Not Enough information on what metrics the show was Houston to judge these people because Becca and what was his name. I was like what Charlie Danny right back and Danny when they came on screen. I was like who are these people. I never even back. I was waiting for her because she's a theater person. I was like. Oh give me more the musical theater girl. She'll be really good for TV. I was I was expecting from her. What we've been getting from Jamie. But they were absolute dud so presumably. They just got sent home because there are boring and also they were told they. They seem like they were in the friend zone of each other. Yeah I mean it does essentially Did feel very much like instead of Jason Mraz in cash. Oh being like these are the people who stay it was gonNA listen to your heart. Research like dessert clearly. The ones who we want to say this is a really nice trick by them. Sure there's nothing but producer intervention happening in the show which is totally fine. 'cause preuss as much as you want on woven it kind of makes you think they should do it more and there are other shows right. I actually also really liked. I thought the rose ceremony situations weird but I do like how people go into another room after. They've gotten their rose to see who comes. Yes I would like to see that work into the bachelor. That's a good point. So instead of all of the women basically our man standing on the risers in the same room they have to leave. Waukesha talk about. They think is going to come out. Because you get to see more of the different people's personalities based on what they're like when they're gossiping because ultimately that's what you want yeah and it brings out their competitive edge and all of them essential inquiry. Julie being so upset when Brandon stays. There's just a lot of things. I didn't understand about Julia's rationale and also what she was wearing. One of my questions was. Is this the show where they actually give them for their performances? They get wardrobes but then they have to bring everything else. Because there's a big discrepancy between what they're wearing performing and like in the house. She was wearing a sweater basically the entire episode. She's wearing a small sweater and then for performance really fancy track pants and glittering track pads and around and around the house she was wearing like pretty basic leggings and I was just like any other pants in between like what about some jeans. Well I don't know if we've seen her in any of those it's as we talk about it. It's really unlikely. They provide them with wardrobe. They probably just went really hard. And one of two directions like gotta go Super Glam and Glitzy for the singing portions and super casual around the house. Although what these people they're signing up for it I have no idea. It's still hard to explain in. Yeah they still managed Kremlin some dates so before they got home and Danny had led date with like a stylist named Rebecca mink and I had to keep wanting to see if it was Rebecca minkoff and I was like wait wondered. Becca got excited thinking Rebecca nickle. She's like if I get a fancy handbags nice. I was really hoping that for her and then I don't really know what they did on that date except try on clothes like they are so boring. Couldn't really tell they were. They were real duds. They almost broke the show by being so boring. There was literally nothing to show. But the best way obviously Ryan into Tasha going to a Chris Lane concert where they got to also see Lauren. Who Won Ben Season? They broke up. Lauren didn't speak on the show. Just wait a couple times just wave. No no words from Lauren. Extremely weird it was like two confessional. Like what two didn't even offer words like this? She sees anything happening between these two. You just nothing for Lawrence. She would say like Oh. Here's what it's like to find love with the musician. How is she not like furious? Like asking for some kind of compensation I show up and I don't even get to talk. I don't know what was going on there. Double Burn Ryan got called out for living like Shawn Mendez. He looks like Shawn Mendez of a little bit of John Mayer. He's super weird right. He just seems like really chilled out though like at first he seemed really intense when he's going after..
"charlie danny" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Jeers earlier after a couple of great catches, but the booze back for Bryce Harper here at home. That was last night, Scott frisky on the call right here on ninety four WIP. Yes. Bryce harper. Again. Couple punch outs. No hits. Listen any heard the booze. And I'm totally fine with the booze. You go to the games. And he continues to struggle teams losing the game. There's runners in scoring position. Whatever else he is really really struggling right now. And just if you watch his at bats, he's up there guessing, he really is. He's up there. He's swinging fastball. I mean, I think that that that that particular strikeout, right? There was I mean he was swinging fastball. The balls barely now. The guy's hand hand yet. And he was already flailing at it. And I mean, it reminded me a little bit of Ryan Howard. When Ryan Howard was up there guessing, obviously guessing. Yeah. How how much better did that get the difference was he was already big man that was in his thirties that once he had that achilles injury. He was already. He was essentially done. Yes. Here's where I'm concerned. Right, right. Here's one concern. Earlier in the year. He couldn't catch up. The fastballs still can't catch up to him. Now, he's not recognizing pitches. All speed pitches. Pitches out of his own totally. How does that happen? He struggled with his experience. Guys had the the amount of success that he's had as a ball player. It shouldn't be this prolonged you should be able to come out of this. He's which bats several different times. He's got different batting stands in the batter's box. Like if he is doing all of this without any real foundation to go back to to really bring him back to being Bryce Harper. Like, he the has to be a foundation there that he can go back to to get all the tools getting right back on track. Every athlete has it. When they go through a slump because slumps don't just pertain to batters. They they pertain the shooters and basketball it happens. Golfers. Putty driving the tee football accuracy with quarterbacks. It happens field goal kickers. But you have to have a foundation to go back to that. You can go look at tape. Look at what you did when you were having success. And then you gotta figure out how to get back to doing that gafa. And Phil kickers great comp Bryce Harper is going through right now. I agree. It is because this is more mental than anything else. It really is feel goal kickers guys that have had success all of a sudden something happens. And you know, they're done you know, that it's in their head when they're thinking about kicking that ball before they kick it. That's a problem. And that's what it seems like Bryce Harper's doing right now. He's coming up to the plate looking to see the ball hit the ball. He's going up there over thinking it. Well, how did you get onto the start that he got off to? See, that's my thing. We all we all watch baseball for years, man. We know you're not going to bet a certain way for hundred sixty two games. Six we understand that. But the good players when they get a no slumps. They don't stay in prolongs because they know how to find they go back watch film. They get out of it. They found a way out of it. All good players, go through slumped. We we've been waiting for him to get out of the bottle and we've been waiting for a while now. Yeah, we have that's all upset. And that's what I get worried about is that it's not as if this been a season long thing he actually got off to a hot start and hasn't been able to recapture that since then, you're right. No, you're right. And and I'm not going to sit here and tell you that that it's been great. But he hasn't been struggling that bad to nineteen average is bad bad. But the walk and he still has a decent amount of home runs. He stills these in amount RBI's. It's that it's total. It's total crap. All right. So I look at it and say if this is the season this is what he does what he's doing. Now he projects the rest of the season. I'm not gonna go crazy. I'm not gonna be mad. I'm not gonna worry about it. I'm not worried about Bryce Harper at all right now, not even a little bit. I'm not worried at all. I'm very comfortable you in a lot of other people. Yeah. I'm I'm where eighty eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four were concerned. I'm I notice it. I'm seeing I'm paying attention to it. And now the Sixers done, I'm I'm a notice even more six phone calls here. Kurkin Roslyn Kirke. How are you buddy? What's up? You know, what I I'm not giving him a mulligan? And what I wanna see I wanna see some heads roll even know who hit coaches, but he's getting far what is your writings getting fire teams in first place. I don't like, you know, what this does to stems to a lot of different things. And I don't like I don't like to first of all like Kappler. Never did. Okay. I don't like it. A lot of who comes out with a philosophy. Oh, we're going to take pitches pets, your you. Saw the first ball strike how many I bowl strikes. Do. I gotta watch Reese Hoskins take that right down the pipe, and he has no intention of swing argue with his results this year Kirk you know, what? I mean, we have been very productive. It's still whole Las iffy. Choosing coach burns Harper has all the tools this John John nailing who's the hitting coach he's not up there. I mean, this is the philosophy. This is an organizational philosophy. This is a gate Kappler philosophy. Go into the rest of the year. I'm gonna get my wish capital be out. But why would they go in the tank the rest of the year? They're they're playing. Well right now. You don't know. You don't look at. Why are you wishing for that? You're hoping they hoping. Do. Well. But when I hit her like Bryce Harper struggling, you gotta do something they need the organization. I want to see him do something. I don't let just sit back. And and you know, it using go by. I don't want to. I mean too old school. I feel you Kirk Kirk. Appreciate it. It's forty one games. And he they haven't performed that bad, and they're in first place and the rest of the offense is actually perform pretty well Titus. Yeah. Reese Hoskins as seven less strikeouts. Bryce harper. He struck out a pretty good amount of times has four fewer walks Bryce Harper. Has ten more Rb is for more home runs. One less w eleven more hits scored one more run. I bring up Hoskins because somehow Hoskins is playing. Well. Oh, well, before you tell me he gets to see more pitches in front of it. Yeah. That is in part true. The here's where you lose. That argument. The first part of the the the losing argument is the numbers aren't quite that different. When you look at some of the areas where Bryce is struggling that. We out Bryce isn't that far away from Reese, so Reese is striking out at a good rate. Yeah. He's dragging good rate over there. But he still seems to be doing a whole lot in those other areas, including batting average. Oh, and by the way, it's not as if Bryce Harper gets no pitches to hit. Now. He does you're talking about fastballs that he can't catch up to those pitches that Reese actually takes advantage now he actually goes down and gets bad pitches as well. So we're not going to sit up in describe this this count where Reese does the batter as if Reese gets nothing, but meat balls thrown down the plate because Bryson in front him while that may be true at times there are times that is not getting great pitches to hit any still finding ways to. The bat on the ball. And he's batting to seventy nine good. Really good season. Yeah. Or exhaust Bryce has not. I mean, he has not had a good season. No doubt about it. Could it be worse? Yeah. It it. It could be worse to nineteen with three home runs and not walking yet believe it could be worse. Could be everybody. Listen, it is not all that bad. It's forty one games. It's one fifty second of his contract. Jody camera coming in saying like, oh, he's not living little toes contract. So far you talk about one fifty second of the contract. We know he hasn't lived up to the contractor forty one games fair. Okay. Doing the base. I mean, what are we to judge? If he's lived up to the contract so far for forty one games. That's what if he'd been if he was batting two eighty with thirteen home runs. If he was the other way around would be going crazy thing and we're about the win World Series by the next thirteen years fairly obvious. He hasn't lived up to the second biggest contract in the history of major league baseball. Go back to the phones we have Mark in only Mark. How are you? Mark. Very comes. You won't hold a while. They might be coming up after this marking only. Hello good name of a shoulder to cry on bed. Do this force. Because so for people tune in in Joel b cried on his ladies shoulder. Right. His girlfriend shoulder after the game. We all know that. So he who is a good shoulder to cry on whose shoulder did you cry on it can be late. The, you know, the hottest woman that you think it could be a TV, mom or character. I said Ellen Oprah Phil. Who are the best ones out there three right now. Is what you gotta you. Gotta Trump is Gary bridesburg, Charlie manual, Ethan pasta, Danny Tanner from full house going and any effort at Tyra banks. I think so far. Private Charlie Danny Tanner, IRA challenge. Not winning this, Charlie. Listen, we love Charlie. It doesn't mean that he would be a natural shoulder to cry on as a matter of fact. Tyra be like lost the series and game four, right? Model Hewitt yell. Joel no, I've never watched crime that shoulder. Men's you got a slap me. Slid in there? Whether or not we watch. Hell, no. We never watch. America's next. No been seen her bosom crime too. From Victoria secret days, man. We don't need to watch next model. Yes. You watch that show. Yes. He did it. Okay. Fairly go. Tim new ark, Delaware, Tim. How are you? Gentleman. Very well. I'm might possibly have a solution to this. With the mulligan. Okay. Okay. We're both like in Johnny Mike agree on..
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