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Guardsman spoke of 'murder,' may still possess secrets: US
"Federal prosecutors say a Massachusetts air national guardsmen accused of leaking highly classified military documents remains a grave threat to national security and a flight risk. In a filing asking a judge to keep Jack to share it in custody, prosecutors say the 21 year old captain arsenal of weapons and talked online about violence, murder, and in assassination van. They write the damage to Cher is already caused to national security is immense and the damage he's still capable of causing is extraordinary that he may still have unreleased material of tremendous value to hostile nation states that might try to help him escape the U.S. to share his been in jail since earlier this month and his lawyers are urging the judge to release him, arguing, even if the court thinks he's a flight risk, it could set conditions like home confinement. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
"cher" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"There will be a reality to that as well, which I'm keen to hear about. Anna, Isaac. Saying what you can say at the moment, I'm sure much more to be read and followed from you the economics editor of the independent. Thank you very much for joining me. There you go. Anna Isaac. And many messages have to say still coming in so many of you love in dancing. Gwen says our streets started dancing in lockdown one and it's made a huge difference to our neighborhood. Our street dancers represented Northern Ireland and clapping for the NHS birthday in July 2020 and we still meet to have a boogie on Mondays at 11 a.m.. Oh, very shortly indeed. Enjoy. A message here I'm blind and I love dancing, but it's hard finding the right conditions. I love syrup because it's a partner dance, and you can learn moves, which when I know them, I can follow without having to see. Another one from Vivian, I took up Scottish dancing this winter, and I love it. There are a number of older people in the group who have been dancing for years, and they're all super fit and mentally alert because you really have to concentrate to remember the routines and the aerobic and fast dancing is so energetic. I'm a new woman, and many more about the various classes, whether it's Zumba, jazz, ballet, so many few people saying that just started things because of lockdown and another one here from Florence, my daughter, Rosalind, who's 9 months, has just learned to dance. I remember when my son that is just amazing, that tap of the foot. Buffing along to the Bee Gees or earth wind and fire, nothing makes me happy that seeing her enjoy music and dance movement in the way that I do. Well, talking about children. It's a very good segue into my next conversation. You may have seen these comments from the actor Sienna Miller, she said in a recent interview with Elle magazine that she took the step of freezing some of her eggs when she turned 40 following the pressure she felt to have more children..
"cher" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"To proud to tell you I was wrong I know that I was blind and darling if I could turn back time if I could find a way I'd take back those terrifying you'd stay if I could leave the stars.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
How AJ's Mother Got Him Hooked on Gossip
"When I was a little boy, my mother never read me children's books. She read me the gossip pages from the four dailies. We had delivered to our home. And as she licked her thing is through the pages of the New York Post, the daily news, the Long Island press, and newsday, she exposed me to a world that I knew I had to be a part of. Now, what could a little boy possibly have in common with Andy Warhol, Liza Minnelli, Tom Jones, or Cher? Well, apparently everything. To me, those big names in bold print who were always in the news weren't people as much as they were invitations into a world. I knew I had to live in, or at least visit from time to time. So before I bolted out of the house to play with my friends in the schoolyard, I would sit at the kitchen table with my mother as she read out loud the papers gossip columns to me. Cindy Adams Liz Smith, wrote a Barrett. I love to hear where movie star spent their summers. What films they were making, where they ate, and who they were in love with. And of course, some of the gossip artists would have just fallen flat. Had it not been for the comical side of my father who would sprinkle in some jokes now and then. You know, a simple mention from my mother about, say, Joe DiMaggio would turn into a detailed screed that my father would deliver from across the room. He'd say, he was the greatest ballplayer in the world, ruined by a Hollywood whore. And as soon as my mother took the side of mala Monroe, he digging deeper. Look, the guy goes to surprise his wife with roses on a movie set one day. He gets there. He gets there and sees 5000 people staring at her panties while they're blowing wind up her ass from under a subway grating for half an hour. And that was that, three weeks later, he filed for divorce, and he was never the same man. Is that true, man? Unfortunately, yes, on this set of the 7 year rich. Yeah, she had literally all right, my father would say. And everybody scratched it. Mickey Rooney, you will bring a Tony Curtis brandel Monty cliff uncle mill to even Ruby Rose is scratched that itch. It was my mother who made me crazy about gossip. Without her, there's no gossip column. There's no book. There's no podcast, no nothing. Who knows right?
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"cher" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"You guy and candyman and i'm only lasts one the one anyway a we're back. We're back in the movie theater area. You have your popcorn. you're soda. Be quiet the movies about to start. i'll talk to you about P people i wanted to shush. I feel like somebody once told me that. There's a theory it's a really good example of finding out. Which one of the are you a sugar or a sushi right. You can't be both you can't vote now. Both actually i might be both both actually or are you like cher cher like you say. Shh shh very few people as they should but they're out there. I am so passive aggressive that the people were talking behind me at the movies. I i would say something. I would go. Oh come on use it passive aggressive that you're going to say you do the look like people turn around and just and expect to be enough like that's that's move one yet and then moved to his outcome on like as soon as i say something and then and then moved three to the full shosh man. Yeah i've i've i've been in the room or in the theater rather were where it got real heated like it was like it was like zero to a hundred. It was literally like shut the f. up like yelled so loudly i mean my best friend just like burst out. Laughing was so funny people who know me will know that i. I love rules so so much. My mom is a is a principal was retired. Principal relate heavily on the there are rules. They're like when you're in a movie theater. There are rules that we all agreed to to come to this movie and one of them is that you need to be quiet your seat. That's one of the things i love about. Alamo draft house chain is that they will let zero tolerance policy. And they'll give you and you can anonymously report people..
Pros & Cons of the Rode NTG-3 Shotgun Microphone
"The road in tj. Three a shock. I'm mark not a traditional choice for a podcast is still my favorite mark. My voice when. I'm speaking completely in awe selection if it's just going to be may on the recording like maybe on the bubble podcast for example which is a tv podcast that. I don't like a hubby cher. That mock works. Great for that when i think about what. I'd like to san locked recorded. That mike doesn't fill me. It gets me there but there are a few issues with the mark being a super cardio. Patent mania has a very taught pickup patent in front of the microphone. Basically when those patents start to become more narrow it does open up a window at the back of the marker fine for whatever reason physics that you will sell a some re noise problems. So if you've got a holly reflective surface directly behind the mic or annoy souls like a small feign or an air conditioner on the wall directly behind the mock you will mice lockley pick up more of that san than you're expecting to and the other thing is and this is something that ryo tiger actually mentioned to me that ryo tiger from the podcast. Roundtable shukan mocks. Ken behave little bit strangely in very small rooms and i mean a very small room at the moment. This is a small bedroom. That i mean now so i don't use it in. He because when tested adding this is the smallest of ever obtaining podcasting was basically just the studio and that it does and very booming here. And i'm not sure why is just the way does marks wick. It does tend to send muddy if it's not in exactly the right place in the room. Like i could find a spot in this room but i had to three lodge catches in so unless i'm going to record standing up talking to that mike where can move around a little bit. I'm kind of limited. As to where i can actually position myself. Sorry i would bar. I shock on mike and try in your space. I if at all possible because in my opinion you're either gonna get close to the best vocal sant that you're gonna be able to get or it could be really hard to deal with
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"Was asked. If of course that hosted both the us open in the pga championship. The inverse club is the only club to oppose the pga championship. The us open the us amador the us senior open and the us junior amador and the ncaa men's championship most recently. The inverness club hosted the i l. p. l. pga drive on championship. Twenty twenty byron nelson was the club's head prop byron nelson from nineteen forty to nineteen forty four and considered it his home course. Sp germain the clubs founded was credited. With conceiving the idea for the ryder cup right now. Toledo in the inverness club is gearing up to host the solheim cup starting september. Thank you for reading my email and giving toledo in the inverse club. credit where credit is due. That's lovely email and from the incomparable robert byrd on friday night clear. Natoli stop by our house to drop something off. She said she couldn't stay long. And since i was about to pop to the giant. I asked her if she wanted anything as it turned out she desperately needed plane m.'s. I rushed out the door with great purpose walked into the store and quickly started grabbing items on my list. So as not clear waiting. I forgot my ear. Buds and so i was listening to you and lockenfora speakerphone. When i heard someone yell tony. I looked up. I saw guy gesture to me and then say avocados. I couldn't believe it. I'd never encountered a little in the wild before. I waited for this moment for years but my brain was not prepared to meet the moment. Clair's them in on this brain. And so in his feud state. I raised my hand and said yeah. My name's rob nice to meet you with cheese. Or even a edith's eliza the total job. This must be what brad hand feels like three times a week anyway. I'd like to take this moment to redress this inexplicable era and ask the gentleman and the frozen food sections of the city giant to. Please forgive me my ineptitude and accept a belated cheeser wrong is under addressed until retribution overtakes the lesser. Wow i turn lit. Major clint johnson from tulsa oklahoma not oklahoma city. The reach of this show continues for this fellow loyal little. I'm in san diego on a business trip. My hotel is not a two bathroom situation. Parenthetically i turn on the local. Nbc affiliate for the morning news. I know this weather person. It sheena parveen. Tony talked about her a lot before she left the dc area. If i run into our i pass along well wishes from a bold orange who hasn't left his attic and over a year or is that as creepy as it sounds yes. It is as creepy as it sounds. Creepy or and one thing for matt sipowicz in crofton maryland. The photos below. And this is you'd have to see the photos. Show a memorial to benjamin bugsy siegel located in the courtyard of the flamingo hotel. Las vegas strip not prominently displayed nonetheless. It pays tribute to mow greens. Real life counterpart. There's also a picture bugsy across the hallway from the flamingo buffet. There was so great. That such when hyman roth makes that speech old green did i get that i swear vengeance neither did not i understand that this is the business we have chosen out on your bike tied. Everyone is always to wear white. You cannot be serious online. Thank you. john Only more mile Oh And a child so show off my psalm china and..
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"What was that all about So it was as a as a golfer and as a golf fan Watching him. I mean there's just so much to admire in how he handled that and and you're right i mean Rolling in putt. after putt. That if you with it out You're done and adults more. Tony chip on eighteen. I don't remember which playoff that was. But he's left of the green at eighteen inch possible. Why and he takes us giant swing from from the rough pops it up and and whips it out. I mean it was just great theater on all day. So he picked up fourteen and a half strokes in the field for the week. Guys like a record for seventy tool events so let me get to this. And i have played this. My son has played this course. I played it a bunch of times. I have friends who were members. And i've gone up there a bunch of times and i really like it and i'm so admiring dennis schatz share. Who's the head pro there and the experience that he makes it for people who go to caves. Valley love it. The pros killed it. They killed it and yet they had enormous crowds and i suspect they're rating was probably pretty good because they went into these extra holes do you get downgraded by the pga tour because because it yielded soul many birdies and eagles or or does the pga tour. Say we gotta go back. There people loved watching that. What do you think. I think ladder and i think i think that for a couple of reasons one. No one would put any sort of blame on caves valley for the fact that for the first time in pga tour history. Somebody shot twenty seven under and did not win the tournament. which was the shambo Seventy two it was. We've had so much rain every day. The courses taking on moisture. You can't dry it out and then if you let these guys get their hand on the ball like they're they know course has a chance when these guys can pick up the ball. Clean it off. And and now they've got a wedge in They're just gonna they're gonna torch the place. Rory mcilroy made this point he said you know. The pga tour is more of an entertainment products not major championship golf. Which is you know. The uso usda and and the royal ancient over in scotland would say. We're trying to set up test that identifies the best golfer of the year in the us as case where the champion golfer of the year at the british open. That's not really. The tours objective tours objective is to gin up excitement and interest around this fedex cup playoff that they have that ends with the thirty man tour championship. And and that's why when you listened to the broadcast. There's so much focus on. Who's on the bubble and you know who's going to get an eastlake and all that kind of stuff so to me. Well i a golf aficionado. A golf snob Would say well caves was defenseless. And and they they shouldn't you know it. You could shoot sixty five sixty five sixty five sixty six and missed the playoffs in which is ridiculous right But if you're if you're a sport that has to understand at some level it's a niche sport and it needs to look for every opportunity to invite people to get interested in in the competition and what they're putting on in the show and yesterday was a show in the best sense. Then what's wrong with coming to a place that yielded a bazillion birdies and back to back eagles and somebody flirted with fifty nine. I mean it. Bat offers an opportunity for more discussion from the general sporting public. Than if somebody plotted to a very interesting for golf. Fans win at you know. Say eight under power over four days There's there's stuff that i would love about that. But i don't i think i think the latter i think what happened offers more of an opportunity for the regular sports fan and then if you take that into the overall gulf calendar then you have a great mix like these guys shot twenty seven hundred and went to a sixty eight six hole playoff and that was super fun. But you know the. Us open at torrey was fun in a different way and the masters always fun in a different way. We've got a ryder cup coming up. That will be fun instill another. I'd like kind of like the best. Yeah i said this earlier in the show. I got seven. I look a lot of people. Don't have my phone number. I got seven different texts in fifteen minute period. Which essentially said this. Are you watching this stuff. I mean i think if you liked sports you had to watch this yesterday. You know what. I mean barry. I mean to me to me. That is why you say caves valley. You're getting another one. You're getting another. You'll appreciate this. I was standing with Steve sands Eighteen team in regulation and then again for the first playoff bowl and again for the second playoff hole before added duck in and be like. Oh my cousin. And i've got a print deadline here And you know sands had a eight twenty pm flight from bwi and you know you just you watch what's going on and you look at The competition and the crowd was there. That hasn't you know. This is still relatively new coming out of kobe for there to be packed. pakistan's and big roars and chance of each name and and you know standing. I looked at each other after. They're going to seventeen like well. I mean this is what we're here for this. What you sign up for. And if you don't enjoy that in the moment if you're flipped flipping off the tv after two or three playoff holes You know adventure to say. You're probably not a big sports fan because that's that was competition and gamesmanship and maybe a little saltiness between the competitors and and you know if if bryson didn't hug canley at the end like maybe we'll bond wanted him to i think oh it's it's it's ads. Intrigue weird is bryce and fit on this ryder cup team. Who's who's he going to be paired with. I mean there's there's a lot going on in the best sense and it's it's why you know tony if something is worth you know the bulk of two segments on your on your podcast. The morning after it happens. It's not because it's just your personal thing that you you enjoy. It's something that has Captivated people that has characters involved. But that you wanna dissect and do you like them do not like him And then it. It really just carries momentum into the tour championship which i would venture to say would. Have you know you. You pick up viewers based on what happened the previous week. I don't think that's i mean that's a prediction that i can't prove but but why wouldn't it 'cause anybody who watched yesterday had to be enthralled with the whole thing totally great you so much for coming on the show appreciate it. Thank you barry thanks. Tony badger luga boys and girls. We will take a break. We'll come back with email and jingle. I'm tony kornheiser. You're listening to the tony. Kornheiser show raisman. Andrew can read them. Dr facts to free.
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"He thanks us for play in his songs. And for doing this show. We thank him for sending his songs in michael. If people don stewart wanna send in their original music how do they send us your music by emailing it to jingles tony. Kornheiser show dot com. And i just want to admit it was tough for me not to interject once with your interview with mr wilpon about the bmw. Just saying what. What did you want to do. Well no no no just just about barisan obama chambal being on the record saying i want to master this one club that has been the common criticism about his wedge play and in particular short wedges so berries for luger joins us now just to bring you up to date. Wilbon hates hates. The shambo hates him and called him a choker said he choked like crazy yesterday and was very upset at the end of the match where he didn't feel that will bond was cordial to patrick. Can't lay and he just. He hates him and just in as we also have now learned he also hates met fans and loves baya's putting thumbs down to the people are actually paying his salary. So you were barry. You were out there. How many in your life you've played right you've played caves valley a bunch of times. I'm assuming right. No i haven't have you gotta you have no no no. I was on the property. Oh my then. Then you're not gonna have the appreciation for the drive to shambo. Xdrive on eleven. Which was the most beastly thing i've ever seen where he ended it right in the throat. I just incredible to me. That drive i can. I mean i can appreciate it even not having played there but i mean it is. I think we all know what price into sambo's brand of golf is by this point but but seeing it up close is it's a different experience. It's it's violent and majestic and crazy and just a mix of so much stuff that in the throat of the apron taking on water. That is not the right. No-one no-one stands on that tee box and says you know what i think. I'm going to take on this water over here. I mean it's and it's also a demonstration of the different games that that he and can't way we're playing on the same course Really fun stuff just fun stuff all day so there is nothing cautionary about them. I mean i can't get into wilbur psychology. Why hates him. I actually like him. There's nothing cautionary about the way he plays but will on his right. In this regard he has not mastered all aspects of golf. You know i mean he. He dug their certain things. He doesn't do particularly well on the level of top five in the world which is probably where he is when he's on his game when you watched him yesterday everybody is off by him. But do you say to yourself and you 'cause you know golf. Is he a complete player. As far as you're concerned or is he sort of another roadside attraction. I think he's a combination. And i think it depends on the week. I mean we wing foot last year. he was absolutely a complete player. And i think it was a too simplistic view. Just say oh. He overpowered a us open course and because he drives it so long He's going to be able to win almost any time The the the length of his drives are a quantifiable statistical advantage and because he is some sort of mathematicians scientists combination he knows the analytics that go into it but if he does not play well with a wedge and as michael said short wedges And if he misses eight ten twelve fifteen foot putts that would not win a match or tournament as he did yesterday then on that week he is not complete coming foot he was absolutely complete he he was a wonderful putter his wedge play was sharper And he drove it. You know off the moon so There's a week to weakness with him. And i think i think what that created what the us open victory created. Was this idea that he could go to augusta. And if you remember you know he won funded dance and then and then. The masters was overpowered yay and i. It's a par sixty seven for and you know. Thirteen and fifteen are are par-fours Because i have you know. I it's driver wedge for him You know i get why he said it. He should not have said that stuff. It's it gives people fuel. It gives the wilpon of the world. And i'm not even saying i disagree with mike. I mean it. There's a lot that you go. Do you listen to what he says. And how he goes about things in your saying why. Why are you doing this. This is self inflicted stuff. Just i mean you you wanna say shut up until he does shut up because he you know. He hasn't spoken to The the media that follow the sport since Before the memphis tournament So there's just it it just seems to. He always draws the spotlight. And there's a real reason why we're standing here on the morning after absolutely riveting six hole playoff and five and a half hours just was just so much fun and we're talking about the guy who lost the tournament not the guy who won the trip because the guy who lost the tournament is a person in golf who can break through and be a discussion point among general sports fans. And patrick can't lay is a wonderful golfer with you could argue a more complete games into shambo. And it's just a non factor in terms of moving the needle that you're one hundred percent right patrick. Ken lay does not have any particularly discernible personality. I watched his interview afterwards on the golf channel. And i i was very impressed with how bright he was and how direct he was. When he said we knew this was going to be a birdie-fest we knew we were going to kill this course. Amu- you wanna talk about things that you're not supposed to say. I thought that was something. You're not supposed to say. But i will also say as i said earlier in this show. Nobody ever wins a golf tournament. Can't putt well. But this guy this guy. In circumstances where he would lose the match he would lose. It was throwing them in from twenty five feet center cut each time. I don't know that. I've ever seen a guy put more clutch than that. What are your thoughts know. St louis is the word that came to mind. There was a there was a nerviness about it. That as you said you know eighteen in regulation He had to make birdie after they both think about this tony. How good was the golf yesterday. Those guys combined for forty eight holes. They combined to play forty-eight holes. They made three bogeys between them. I mean that's just great. Great great stuff. But i mean can't wait standing over twenty two foot or on on eighteen in regulation No you know you. Don't expect to make a pros. Don't expect to make a twenty footer. I mean you can make it. You're absolutely it's it's makeable but it's not you know. The percentage does not say you're going to make and he it was as if the whole was three feet wide and he ruled it in at the one and a half foot mark on the. You know it's just. There is no doubt from standing. Above the whole. And and i said from four feet out. Oh that's in. I mean it's just one of those. It's just weird and the and the debut feeling that He had confidence. But also like you know resolve He knew the stakes he was not bothered by the stakes. He takes a long time over these putts but he was not gonna get rattled by anything around him by anything that decem bo said or did including you know telling him on fourteen like hey patrick stop walking like what was that all about So it was as a as a golfer and as a golf fan Watching him..
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"It would be true. It doesn't mean a shambo was great. It doesn't mean again he's dead. He's not good for golf. He is good for golf. It doesn't mean that he he might go out and win win at least like this weekend. He might but he choked three sons under ten feet. Tony the teen. I think shot lead certainly was a bit and i'm sorry and he's always it's the same pot and he's left he you know what i mean he hits. It looks even close choke because on one of those he has to win. He was afoot outside the whole on the last off foot. He's always left tokyo as well but he just he. He gagged and he's so here's why is so disliked. You don't care about this and you like them at the at the end of that round okay at the end of that can't lay from all indication is you know a guy There's nothing that people really find. Just likable about him. They barely looked at each other and she'll cans. That's on d. shambo 'cause after something like that you you you even put your hand on the guy's shoulder if you don't hug him and he said listen. That was great. We see this all the time. Even when who don't like each other they at the net they embrace almost or fully and just say you were fabulous this. She didn't say anything. He said nothing. He barely looked at him. So i don't wanna hear anybody tell me well. They're being unfair de shambo was like no. He isn't and you know i i. I know a little bit about this. I live in a golf course. Community part of my life and i get to hear professional golfers. Sometimes you go on tour talk about who they like who they hate a competitor but they just think wow. This guy's amazing you know who they route four who they root against. I get to hear all of this in in what i consider an off the record way. I don't really talk about it publicly. But i i. I have access to that kind of conversation. Live in scottsdale these. Yeah both tony. This is who he is. There's a reason people dislike him is a reason. People were rooting against him yesterday. And it's you know i. I felt that. I feel bad for them. Yeah a couple of times. I kinda did and then i have people that i on text message with who are in. Sometimes the professor the industry of golf say to me. Don't you dare you. You know why we like this. Don't you dare feel bad for him. I did a couple of times when he missed those pots and he was muttering. I did feel bad for well. I like him. I think he's good for golf. I love the there was one whole and it's always a little bit different when you know the course and you and i both played their ten fifteen times in our lives on what is now number eleven because they flipped they flip though nine. What is now number. Eleven the drive he hit into the throat that like three hundred fifty yards that jerry with water on the right hand side that was beasely beyond words and then he did pull out of butter yeldham and liberty the whole but i. I don't know that i've ever seen anything like that. I think that when i watch him. I'm amazed that he seems to have no sense of caution with his drive. Don't care where it lands. He doesn't care. He thinks he can get there. He got on the green on the next on twelve. He got on the green out of junk out of total spinach. He was twenty the from the water and he got out and he got on the green. Just say my god this the great line. He plays a game with which i'm unfamiliar. I do like them. And in the whole thing with kepco i think kept antagonists in this but i understand that. A lot of people don't like them. What i'm saying what i know. You agree with that was spectacular yesterday. It really loves the whole thing was. I knew i was going to be annoyed last night by the time. Sports and they got through every meaningless. Bogus that's ex- grabby quarterback duel not even decided not only is. It not decided yesterday to talked me. You know bill belichick is gonna talk about that. There's no there's no news value in that for me. I understand that drives the phrase. You said i i get that And i'm glad i watch. And i'm glad i didn't have to depend on sports in regard to what they spent. They spent a worthy amount of time on it. I'm glad i was engaged. In and the only thing in sports. I was engaged in yesterday But tony you know these shambles gonna have to do something about it. I'll tell you what what what the reason i don't care about his driving anymore. It's you know people say well. Why can't the long drive people coming. 'cause 'cause they can't play the full game. Of course he could play the full gave. He's one of the. Us open now tony. Here's what he you that he had one occasion. Yesterday we had to make a professional chip shot. And he couldn't do it he couldn't do it. He flopped it and then he and then he couldn't make the putts. Tony that's that's that's that's the short game of scratch golfers that we go out and play with. He couldn't do. He hid one ship. He couldn't even get it out of the spinach. Because what. I won't amaze all the one trick pony things and i'm starting to say you know so with listen. Here's a question. Is he so fearless that he's going to go out and do this easily and just say the hell with this. I'm gonna show these people. That last week meant nothing. Can he do that or is he going to be. Is he going to unravel i mean. I don't know there's a guy that i like that you have said. Oh we chokes all the time. Well he won last week. He won last week. And he's a number two guy in eastlake. He's gonna start two shots by patrick by the way i hate that format. I hate it when you know when you get your final thirty. The winner wins. The window win turns buildup to winter. Wins haiti can't winner saying that the bulls should have won the championship game. The last no no no no no no no inside saying if the it's like saying if the bulls were playing the blazers in the finals in a seven game final and the bulls got six games at home. And what is that. That's your that's like say what does the handicap do you do you play with the handicap. Yes you do versus you. should've you start with. I don't like okay. i don't like to shambo. i don't like this one other question. You boy i'll margot. Did you see what he does with stones down. I tweeted that out last night. Okay so what do you think will hand all always my whole life e shambo and so much. I think will happen. Good is he. Is he going into his free agent year or chat contractually also can leave to chicago hoping that was you talk about not talking about taking some stones so holidays look. He looks right at them and turns his thumbs down. Good yeah. I go how we talk about that today. We we can talk about that. This is hatred of one of my favorite players. Ever i what am i saving good player. Five people of all time is el mago. And i'm glad fans download yesterday. Good we'll talk later. Michael wilpon boys and girls thank you thank you thank you. We'll get outta here. We'll come back. Barry's beluga will join us. When come back in it's more golf. I'm sorry so. That's what i want to talk about more golf. I'm tony kornheiser. You're listening to the tony kornheiser show once again. This is don stewart would play his songs a lot. He's really good. This is called desert child..
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"Has sent us a couple of songs one is called love enough and one is called desert child. He said one of my favorite shows when you introducing a song of mining. Chris said that john stewart was really great. Then you said yes. Jon stewart was great but this is not john stewart. This is don stewart. Then chris said oh made me feel good that my name was even being discussed in a conversation about dawn to it. Which one is this enough for desert child. This is ninety. Seven album love enough. Plays in michael wilbon on stewart will be back later in the show plays in michael wilbon and as i said earlier i understand. What sportscenter does i understand. What drives the bus. i understand. it's football i understand. If all there is is exhibition. Football that drives the bus. We are an exhibition football free zone. Today we're involved with golf. We're involved with golf. You watch this thing. I watched this thing people all around the country who play off and like off watching this. I think i texted you at one point. This is the greatest you know. Mono amano thing. I may have ever seen golf. I mean there's no teams around. You're not going back to the dugout after hit. You know you're out there loan it's just you and they're going back and forth and can't lace putting was just unbelievably good. What were your thoughts overall about what you saw you know once once we got into extra-time. Tony I thought this is. This is really cool. I you know the day we've had lots of sort of news in secondarily. Because they were able to project like he was election. I together little crazy to projection. Who with you know. Make the tour championship this weekend in atlanta. And who would maybe make the ryder cup Both europe and america of wildcards speculating on those and so the the day already news once it got to the extra time extra holes and involve the two people that did. Because there's such opposites say are you know patrick can't lay doesn't say he doesn't even crack smile and he can hit the ball. Three hundred yards what. He's not going three forty three fifty three. He's not doing that but he's making putts and he's doing things that he's not gonna hit ship like i would either rough any extra holes because brian de dijon bo has no relatively speaking appreciation for that part of the game so he just puts it if he's within fifty yards of the pen like i would and it just took on this mythic. You know personality that. I just wanted to keep going for a long time but i you know i'm one of those people i would never Just respect the game or a golfer by screaming. Ugly things while people are playing. Because i didn't like them. I i am a person who i do. Not root for december. I root against him. I realized he's incredibly talented. I think he's good for the game very very good for golf. I do not lie. I just i would against and in that way and sort of which you you can root against people. Because they're worthy like december wouldn't have all this if it wasn't worthy he's quirky. He's weird. He's according to people in golf course communities that he visits plays any dismissive and he's got nice to people and there's a lot of reasons why folks are against him i. I'm one of them but that that that the theater the drama of that yesterday was i told neville last night number buddy never waters and said this good as any tool that i've seen not involving tiger i'm not i wasn't paying attention closely. The golfer tom watson and jack nicklaus and duels they had this. This without tiger is the best jewel i had ever seen. You want so i should. I should explain this to people. Buy an i i was. I drove to michael's house last night while a tournament was still on. I get a call from mike. And i'm out on the porch listening to it and you say you you thought can't lay had lost it on seventeen and thought he was done at seventeen right then and there and you were screaming. Why is he take an eight on. Why does he do. I didn't tell people what you were screaming. Well i mean guy. Greg about can't lay is. He was able to resist the power show. The muscle show yup that he shambo puts on every time every hole every swing a golf club. So d- shambo was hitting a wedge. She's hitting a pitching wedge hundred ninety yards. Well i mean his pitching at the same as the pitching wedge that the rest of us are using anyway. But still what it does is it gets in your head at least a little. It didn't in d. shambles. I mean Patrick can't leads hit very much but can't Hitting eight iron one hundred ninety yard and he. He was coming up shorter. He came up short a couple of times. And i'm just saying we can you. Can you please please go to seven higher by the way tony. He did go to seven iron. He did from essentially the same distance as he went to seven iron. Which made me happy. Because i've been screaming. That's a you on the phone but it just you know the clubs they were using. They hit the shot seemed insane there hitting the fourth extra hole where they both. Maybe it was five. Will they both hit it. I mean d- shambo hit the two to ten feet. And patrick hit the inside him. That i'm by myself in chicago. My apartment watching. And i'm screaming out loud at the result of the shots. It just. it's not possible to continue hitting them after you've been playing now you up to whatever it is you know how many holes twenty three twenty four world is insane. So i'm i'm watching this thing and i've watched a lot of golf over lauda years when somebody wins a tournament and has a very impressive tournament. They invariably putt well. These things happen people put well. I'm not sure i've ever seen somebody put under pressure as well as can't leave. There were three or four different pots of distance. That if he doesn't make those. And he's putting i it's over it's over. He's not gonna win and he made them all and they were center. Cut each one of those. I am not that familiar with canley. I know he's i know he's highly ranked now but he's never won a major. I don't really know him. That was as great clutch performance in a sport. As i've ever seen i wonder if you felt the same way. Well i you know. People get carried away these golf till the cafe and talking about courage. It's not courage nerve courage. You have the nerve to do that. You have the nerve to just put well in that circumstance but to make that many putz is insane. You each time you think okay. That's that's enough. He's already proven his his nerve and he doesn't again again again and listen to shambo made some important shots. The wedgie hits to you know eight feet after those closer than that. It was four feet after he hit his driving the water. That that that's stunning. But it needs to be said. Tony that these shambo choke like a dog multiple times. He choked he had under ten feet. Okay if you miss you. And i are playing columbia and you missed four putts under ten feet laid around. I'm gonna say tone gagging here. And if i do say to me You dagon and.
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"cher" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"I just postpone. I said sure absolutely so. We scrambled a little bit. Do you think he got the sign golf ball after eighteen. I always toss it to the kid. I don't know. I don't know but i wanna talk all about that because it that to me is a very exciting thing to do especially during the week when it was so it was not that hot yesterday but it was so hot thursday friday and saturday. I wanna know if he hydrated. I want to know if he got sick or anything like that. So we'll talk about that at some point and now we were going to get berries gun berry. Was there for four days. I think all four but certainly two or three of the days so we'll get berry later on in the show in other news that we should talk about at the top of the show. Ed asner died at ninety one years old. You have to be of a certain age. You probably have to be at least fifty. Maybe even at least sixty to know who had was add. Asner was lou grant on the mary. Tyler moore show on anybody's list of the greatest sitcoms of all time top five top ten. Whatever you wanna do. Ed asner as lou grant is on that list with the mary tyler moore show one of the greatest sitcoms of all time that gave us lou grant. It gave us mary richards. It gave us ted baxter. You know it gave us all of the valley harper. The actress was on that show which was road on. That show wrote morgenstern. That was a spin off. Show suen nevins. Betty white was on that show. Nevins an aggressive woman you know. Murray slaughter was on that show who later became captain stooping in the love boat. I mean that gave birth to a lot of things and a lot of people and so he passed away at age. Ninety one anyone a billion emmys and all of them were deserved. Maybe we can get to this with wilbon. I'm not sure his boy havi bias has decided he hates mets fans and every time he likes on abassi puts us two thumbs. Down and mike. I hate you. i hate you mets. Hey and he should check out lindores glove. I hate mets fans. And now the gm sandy alderson has said well. We're not going to have this anymore. Not happened this and that's going to cause a confrontation and i don't know if they've rented by as for the year and by as is a free agent but we'll start wilbon loves by as and and the owner. Steve cohen is not crazy about this either. Hasn't condemned it in the way that sandy alderson has. But it's it's out there so we're going to talk a lot about golfing. I will just say this about the golf. And i understand. It's not the lead on sportscenter. Like i get that. I get that they're gonna lead with exhibition football which is sort of a stretch because in the last exhibition game. Very few starters are out there like if you watch the washington team get crushed by baltimore and you think oh boy. This is bad for the year. No i mean almost nobody on the field in that game is making the squad. Do not just calm down sparky. That's not the one to look at that but that's going to be the lead of pti. I'm sure just saw that. It was a lead on sportscenter and golf is never going to be lead. Not in something like this. But we're gonna talk about the pen ultimate event. Well with the driving machine well did. That was yeah bmw. I was talking about the shamba shambo. He's driving michigan. What he did on eleven that drive on levin from new tea is about the most impressive thing. I've ever seen on a golf course that one drive. And we'll talk to barry about that and then we'll talk to tom about. Tom knows that course tons played it hundreds of times. He knows that course. While so we'll get to that down the road But in a in a small period of time i would say a between six thirty and seven. Fifteen was the playoffs. Still going on between six third of prep and dinner in seven fifteen. I got okay. I got texts. Random texts of chessy texting all of these things all the texts said. Are you watching this. That was the essence of the text. You watching us from wilpon from finn at pineapple landscaping norby williamson from adam mandel from jimmy crowley and from ron di giovanni senior. All of these people. Are you watching this. And i said sure. Of course. i'm watching this. That was great television and we will come back with michael wilbon right and we will talk to him because i know he was watching because he hates bryce into shambo at he was thrilled when to shambo missed. The last part absolutely thrilled. And before i go way i should say this about patrick kelly. That's as clutch performance with the putter. As i've ever seen time after time after time from distance holing putts that. If he doesn't hold them he loses just tremendous. I'm.
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"Was illuminating. But you forgot to ask him the most important question. How do you think the packers will do this year. I'll hang up and listen. We also got with the fact. That sean doolittle the beltway mitterrand has landed with a thud in seattle. We from scott free. Linden pasco washington shawn do little acquired by the mariners. Really can we call into dave sims and check on him so you know since. I'm sure it's very excited about that. Let me explain. The geography of the show for the next couple of weeks as nigel is in new york city and joining us from new york. City michael is here. Sean is in the metropolitan new york area as well. Maybe we'll get gene here one day or gary your story you know. Of course. I don't know i don't know what we're going to do. But there was a certain amount of topsy-turvy to today's show and i will explain that at the time i had to pick up the bagels. You had to pick up the bagels and usually on monday. There's bagel sandwich. Today was just bagels. That i didn't know what to do. And i got back a bagels. Because i knew you'd be disappointed and in fact you're disappointed. Yes but i'm so predictable. I'm predictable. You should feel good about that. Do wanna tell the people what you made. A pizza homemade pizza. Last night was really good. I had a. I had a few people who invited themselves over to dinner. That includes chan and one tony. Yeah they made plans around me and then you know about it so i actually made a. I made an overnight pizza dough with my. Sarah started from my sister. Liz which i tried to trick you into eating a pizza with zucchini and eggplant going bald did not try it. Oh i didn't even go. So what did you think of my I called grandma style. This is a pan pizza. I liked it very much. I thought it was very good and it was crispy enough that that i really liked it. I thought it was great. I'm impressed that you can make pizza in your own house without ordering it. I'd have to order now. Would you think of the chimney churry little spicy free. You garlicky dunedin. He did the whole steak. The premise of this stake in the preparation to me. It was wonderful. But i just think the stake in the potatoes. You didn't even try the add on no no. I didn't okay but this comes back to our ketchup dilemma. Which i understand. You're against sauce and mixing foods. Yeah but when that is part of the design of the dish. So i got a different. This was a this was a boneless short ribs that was designed. It had a little bit more of a texture to it. Then say if we got rid by so it really needed that sauce deficient that acidity caso let me bending over this. Let me go over this. Nobody told me that there was anything to put on top of the meat or the potatoes. Did you not look left and right and see that everyone else had drizzle this sauce over there with other people eat. Let him he would. They wouldn't let them eat cake as marie-antoinette would say i care what i eat. I went by myself with the tongues and the spatula twice and got steak and potatoes and was thrilled by it. You telling me that there's chimi. is that what. It's called me cherry yet. I you know shimshon. Cherie you telling me. There's that i didn't know that i didn't know that. Nobody put a sign that said. Hey eat this on top of me. I didn't know i didn't know him. Sorry i loved what i had. At least there is enough for you. This time. there was more than enough. I loved what i thoughts and the sausage starter sausage. That was great and that was polish sausage putting not kielbasa linked to sound that the giant. And i knew that want this. It's really good so really good so let me. Let me sort of divest myself of the anxiety that i had earlier this morning. Today was a day that we were going to have. Tom friedman of the new york times on this particular podcast. And you would say oh. You're going to talk to him about afghanistan. you're gonna talk to them about politics now not even a little. No no no no no we were going to talk to him about something. He did over the weekend at the bmw at caves valley where he is a member. Tom friedman probably said this before as a younger man was a low single digit player. He's a very good player even now he's a really good player. Tom friedman. he is caves his home course. What bethesda in caves or his home courses. Yes it's a pretty good list. It's a pretty good ways. His other list fabulous more impressive anyway. So tom friedman. I don't know if any of you have ever been to a golf tournament but if you have you'll know what i'm talking about and sometimes on tv you see these people. There's always one or two people with a given group and they're carrying a big sign which identifies the golfers in their group as many as four but more commonly two or three it has their names on the sign and it is up to date after every hole with what their score is plus or minus or even plus or minus or even somebody carries that signed for all eighteen. Tom friedman and i've said this before people between us we have three pulitzer prizes and since i have none you know he's got three and the pulitzer prizes are not given out. It's not like the australian open goes into the french goes into wimbledon goes into the. Us help no. No no no not four. Pulitzer prizes awarded every as one. So if you've got three of these you're you're in the hall of fame your big deal. So he was. He carried on saturday. He was in the threesome with the shambo. Rum and can't lay. Were they together on saturday. A thing so you know so so. I was gonna talk to him about that his granddaughter. He's about to get his daughter. Went into labor today to deliver a grandchild so he said could..
"cher" Discussed on CAMHS Talk
"To the parent decision any has has it made. What does it mean for you would you. would you want to say. How do you want it to present in. that's just so Empowering tells parents and families you have a voice you all listened to in a way that what we said at the beginning sometimes. The parents happened negative. But i think this It's it feels really obvious that she doesn't happen to the lots of places is really great that it's happening within abstracts our services and hopefully we can continue to we could learn. Can't be that bridge between all of us because actually it was really Which will rule on the same page and we will want the same things. It's just making a little bit. We all coordinated during this together so yeah. It's a big thank keith. Work continues really k. And taps get some Everyone mesa whoever's watching this podcast today we've worked on this Twelve months amazing collaborative work across jeff andrey's fashions and experts by experience. The task now the challenge now is bring it alive so all these amazing information sits on an on on the on a website. The i'm asking you today. Said cher cher. As far as what as he can be. Don't know who you might be helping. And where they might be on edge in each day and it might be fine for them. So i think it's incumbent on everybody within the working group and everybody what is podcast sheriff's but it like kind of like in fact you just throw it on everywhere happy land somewhere and it will help someone so long ways about such good my request of watching this podcast today. That's lovely. i love that phrase. Thank you so thank you. I'm thank you to everyone. Stay for joining this conversation. It's been really good to To celebrate actually all of the work that's gone into this really really important project. I'm sure People across families and young people across bedfordshire can be so pleased to be able to access. I'm this amazing wealth of resources that have been put together so thank you to.
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Jennifer Lawrence to Play Talent Agent Sue Mengers in Biopic
"Big movie coming out. I know a lot of people have problems with her. I don't. I like the girls work, and I think she's gonna do a great job. Big project about the famed talent agent Sue mengers is being shot around and on the movie will be Jennifer Lawrence playing Sue mengers, listen, this is gonna be, I think this is I know it's very Hollywood and only people in Hollywood my nose Sue mengers is, but nonsense. Sue mengers was, I mean, forget what a colorful character she was. She was a female agent who crashed the Hollywood boys club of being age of being an agent. I mean, there were no female agents like this. She, I know it's for Robert Evans. She was amazing. Big, big, giant personality. Big kind of a New York Jew personality, which I love. I feel at home with people like that. Might go on Apple and might go on Netflix. No one really knows just yet. But Sue mengers, Evans had some great stories about her. She worked at MCA. Icm. William Morris, she represented clients in their heyday. Barbara streisand, Candice Bergen, Peter Bogdanovich, Michael Caine, Diane cannon, Cher, Joanne Collins, Brian De Palma, faith on a Bob Fosse Gene Hackman, Sidney Lumet ally McGraw, Steve McQueen, Mike Nichols, Nick Nolte, Tatum O'Neal, Ryan O'Neal, Anthony Perkins, Burt Reynolds, sybil shepherd, gorby Dow, Richard Benjamin, pull up prentice Tuesday Weld. Are you kidding me? She died about ten years ago. There was a play about her, Bette Midler played her in the play and bet was great. I'm not a Bette Midler fan, but she was born to play Sue
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Julie Grant and Sam Blackman on Cancer Drugs for Kids
"Julie grant and sam blackman. Welcome to the long run. Thanks luke thankfully To be talking to you again. It's been a long time. Yeah so Day one biopharmaceuticals. You are trying to chart a new course here in pediatric cancer drug development. Can you start off by telling me like where this came from. What's the origin story of day. One julia you wanna start cher. I i think the origin story of day. One is a lot of serendipity a lot of fortune and i think also A lot of really good people who wanted to make a difference in a group of patients who have been rather overlooked by our industry historically which has children with cancer. And luke. I think back to to some of our conversations not thinking back to two thousand eighteen in before we ran into each other at the biden. Cancer initiatives Conference together. And the way that this really was raised on on my radar was through a a physician. Who at the time was the chair of the children's oncology group Gentleman named peter adamson who at the time was Chop so at a u. penn's pediatric oncology center. And he at these meetings that we were having to try and think about national level. Change for oncology in the united states. He really raised my attention that he he thought that there were medicines that could potentially work for children that were not moving forward because of lack of support from the pharmaceutical industry and that really caught my attention and we had a series of meetings where he educated me along with a woman named susan. Winer who lost. Her child took to cancer in his been a lifelong advocate in in the field and talking to congress about legislation and through that process. I became much more aware of of this. This unmet need in pediatric oncology. And it hit me that it also could create a real opportunity for company. Originally i was thinking it would be a nonprofit that i would be part of but then over time it it really converted into a concept which we can get into as a for profit
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"cher" Discussed on NIGHTLIGHT: A Horror Fiction Podcast
"I'm afraid. She smiles at me and takes another bite. Tell me how long have you known jacob. Oh just started living in the area which is about four months ago four months. Hey i repeat sipping it in keeping my composure. She's a pretty little thing. Small ankles wrists made of twigs with a bosom that looks surely artificial. Her skin is absolutely enviable. No pigmentation scars. No marks like cher alabaster bitch. Yes well you know how might marriage fell apart and really jacob. Was there for me at a time. When i really needed spiritual guidance for me and my two little boys some as long as it's only spiritual guidance he's giving you this slips out involuntarily and i am caught unaware by my sudden caustic remark. I'm sorry what did you say. She looks at me confused. You know what i mean. I- retort standing my ground despite the unease. I feel rumbling beneath my skin. I don't know what you're insinuating. But i m a saved woman. I would never do such a thing. Saved or nut saved. Keep your distance from my husband. She looks at me amazed at what i've just said. Then something interchanges. She assumes an air of superiority politely places or cup and saucer down and begins to leave. Where do you think you're going. You're being rude tanya. I don't need to take this from you. She picks up her handbag. I can see..
"cher" Discussed on Dogma Debate
"But i think that again at that age i think that like i don't know church sucked like it wasn't fun. It was horrible. I felt like so like. I had a lot of reasons not to go. Does that make sense like it was. I don't wanna why. Am i even go into that in the first place. I i don't like that place. And then as i got older and thinking of and like then there was also this other. This added rationale. This added layer. Of like i tried to go there and hear all that bullshit that they say and i swear to god like every i i went to. I got drugged to charge a couple of times out two years by various girlfriends that i had at the time and i swear to god every single. We're talking three or four times. Ever and every one of those times day would end up talking about gay people band damon's and shit like every time i went there was some there was some little you know. Queers are the devil aside as part of the that was that was one of the you know one of the headline. I know we get an after lunch. We'll get back to how queer the devil or whatever like there's all they always at least ref that was at least detoured into that area at least once and every time i get. I'd have a girlfriend back. I don't fuck. I don't want do that. I don't want to do that. And then i finally give in and we go and that would happen and i would like scoff in the pews. You know whatever embarrass her. She me out of there and back i told you i don't wanna fucking come to this place and i wouldn't have to go back and then we would break up. Never see them again. There's there's a there's a there's a there's like a divide between human beings right like some people go as kids and get dragged into church and they have their gay or gay friend or the jewish girl down the street that their friends with somebody in their life. That's not that you know conservative christian or whatever and they hear that. Garbage from the pulpit. They hear shit like that person's going to hail. If you're not a part of this church you're gonna burn in hell dot in gazer an abomination and there's two types of people. One type does what you did what i did. And what many people do where they're like. Well i love the hell out of xyz and that sounds poisonous dancers and bullshit. So i'm leaving this situation because my human connection with this person means more to me than anything else but there's another type of person that goes oh will then. My uncle is an abomination. I'll never talk to him again. In fact let me bring it up at the dinner table europes shit because you like him in. And i don't i don't know what causes us to be so different and so that you're right about that. It blows my mind that shit happens. You know. i've known plenty of people. I've known plenty of gay. People got like you know kicked out of their whole family forever. We've raised raised money for them on this show multiple times. We've set them up apartments and help them move out my grandpar- my mom paw you know my gay uncles and my dad's parents right like i mean they were fucking pretty old school and they just it was just. They just never taught my uncle and his partner. My uncle mike read every thanksgiving every christmas. Everything always they were always around they. It was just like they didn't talk about it. My grandparents didn't talk about it. But like ages and i think about my grandpa. And how much of a fuck and you know redneck. He was and i'm like man if that dude could put up with his gay son or whatever like you got to be a real piece of shit to put your kid out on the street or whatever you know what i mean but people do it all the time it it blows my mind to that point. I always say when christian say that homosexuality is unnatural. I'm like well clearly it's not. There's plenty of animals in the animal. Kingdom that are homosexual. But you know it's unnatural throwing your child out over nothing. Yeah over something trivial that you don't see that in the animal kingdom that is a natural and that's religion. Yeah absolutely so you just that simple you were just like it was absolutely that simple. And because of that. I don't have like i don't really have like hangups and stuff about religion at all like i know a lot of people do that were that were because i was who have had a lot of people do. I wasn't traumatized by the church. Personally you know like because i sort of escaped it. I guess is how. I feel the way the way i word. It and i've said this multiple times on the show is 'cause i'll get emails from atheists. Sometimes they'll be like dude. Why are you so. Why do you focus on this. Sometimes and try to talk people out of their beliefs. Let people believe what they wanna believe and leave him alone and i no because we share a freeway and if you let jesus take the wheel we're both fucked okay so your beliefs inform your behaviors and you're out here voting and driving around and raising children and we need to work together as a community so you being a full on bible believer homosexuals on abomination. You're affecting my life just existing as a bigot. So i wanna talk to you about it and those who are willing to talk to me about it. They come on the show and do it. You know i. I do have a bone to pick with religion and not just that but that informs shit like psychics and crystal healers and and breaky healers and our people who were throwing money. People are throwing money into you. Know fake cures and in aligning your shockers and all this other stuff. That is just like it's all snake. Oh it is. And and that's what i'm talking about when i mentioned the scam thing. It's like you know if you're healthier as a community we're healthier. If the four of us were neighbors and mike kim get sick. We're now all exposed to that sickness right. We'll if you're believing bullshit and pedaling bullshit and you're getting trained to q. And on now and michael are you know what i mean it. It just people believing true things and behaving in good ways as a humanist. It's good for everybody. So that's my. That's my fight. I wasn't necessarily traumatized by religion. But i will tell you that i felt the need to not only get it right but make damn sure other people got it right to you. Know what i mean. Yeah that makes sense. Yeah make sense This is house. Talk to somebody about this whole crystal thing and like. Oh it's the blood moon. That's why i'm acting like this. Is i think a lot of lack of accountability and i. It's because of this that act like this or this. Why i'm allowed to act like this and if you strip away the crystals fucking Korean retrograde. Yeah just. Just all that sean. Because i'm a cancer. That's why i'm temperamental. it's like no dude your mental. Because you never fucking thought about. You had the fact that you may have anger issues. Due to childhood trauma maybe should work on that shit so of childhood trauma. Yeah let's get into your story of a. Yeah yeah. I know nothing about your your religious situation I knew trays joke about. I've never even email. Jesus that that that that that little bit. I knew. I don't know anything about how you grew up or what's going on. I don't even know where you are. Now to be honest. And i i know you've you don't consider yourself a religious person but yellow. Let's dive in wall. I'm not religious anymore I was. I was raised christian. You know so my family would go to church and actually my dad would. He wouldn't wear the gulf. Because you'd always work at home and then he'd just watch like joel. Stein dole out stain. Just nev- i never forgot him uses. He's like this is my bible and you know my i don't know what the fuck is going on. But he's like you need to watch this. Watch this shit you know and then But anyways i go to church and Right around high school and of high school junior senior year. I started doing drugs right. So then i stopped going to church and then and i wanted to quit drugs so desperately that i went back to church but lack of my own accord nachos a specific church and then i go and man i never have people make me feel so fucking guilty for like being honest in my life you know they want you to be honest. But then we had distinct call like in college prayer ministry Called a prayer circles and everybody in a circle. Like like cher cher. What you would like us to pray for you.
Waiting In Queue
"cher" Discussed on Waiting In Queue
"I do like two separate reservoirs in two separate colors in two separate loops but that will probably be a wild. Because i just wanna get a gpu to run. And then i'm not gonna be able to get a water cooling system for gpu because they just don't make them right now for the thirty six or the new like thirty eight hundred thirty series called thirty series guy. You're just gusting video. Discuss state has gone. Who off shit in the toilet. Not me no. That's disgusting because in the toilet in a toy and did not flush wasn't me disgusting disgusting. Maybe give a chance. What's gonna we are thirty seconds away from an hour. Hold on hold on before before we go kind of. Why don't you start the. Let me bring the video. I'm not gonna start the show. And then you put play the fucking video eric. Two in the middle of the outflow. They'll be funny realize how stupid you sound. Play the video. I'm trying i'm trying. Go ahead and start the play. The we got a sound bite it. If i play it here. It is ensure laurie by cher..
VOICE Global 2021
Aaron Mullaniff and Katy Beehler Discuss Bookshare, an Accessible Online Library
"My name is aaron. And i'm working as since you started this officer with the ncbi for viewers and our listeners. Today that is actually kinds of blind all the way over in ireland and one of the services at insight which i have been heavily involved in over the last number of years is the library access service and about three years ago. We sold to go international to find best practice solutions to major problem. We were having When it came to blind division students accessing their curriculum in a timely former that question indeed has brought us to attack. Who are who. We ultimately partnered with to create the largest digital library in ireland which is now called berkshire are. I'm delighted to say that we've been joined here today by katie bieler. Who is product manager in global literacy at benedict who has played a huge role in bringing book shirt. Ireland so katie. Maybe we'll just start off by telling us a little bit about yourself on indeed butcher. Thanks our end banking introduction as you said. I am product manager global education and literacy I came to software product management by way of the publishing industry actually and have worked and software service products for almost ten years. Now i joined about two years ago. And i'm one of the leaf product managers on cher bookstore. Initiative is the world's largest digital library of accessible e books for people who read differently with people or book share people with dyslexia linus low vision. Zero quasi and other print disabilities can access over nine hundred. Fifty thousand evokes informat audio audio plus islands tax radio enlarge on the gook share team. I have the great privilege of helping to create another way. Book share members to read their books by adding smart speaker option.
"cher" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Of 1000 voices Tim Andrews. Lady of quite a few voices in her own right. A mother of two UN empowered female and a personal hero of mine. Autumn Fisher and the handsome is producer in all of producer. Jared Yamamoto wishing share a happy 75th birthday guy. I saw your 75. How are you share? Huh? I'm feeling you know, Universal disagreement. Moving about Yeah, I saw 75. I thought Is she being straight about her age? She's got to be older than that. I don't I mean McCartney's 80. Everybody stay. These. Didn't Sonny and Cher start like late fifties early sixties. I don't think anything Mrs. And she was 16 when they got married. Okay, so she had a couple of years. She's like LeBron. She came right out of high school right right into the league drafted earlier. LeBron just like you understand that my totally under. That's why I dropped right. It's just like share sports references because I know you did the sport. So I want to keep you involved inside the thing so much goes on. Do we know it's impossible to know? What her. I guess you 70. I guess You know what she 75. I know. I know. It just seems to me that it's not like something that if if it's not true, let's say she's 78 or 87. If it's not true, it wouldn't be something that happened over the last 10. Years of 20 years. If there was a little fib, it would have happened like it the early seventies or something, and it never would have been accounted for. And people would be like, Yeah, she's that age. I've been following share since 1974. I send her a card every birthday, so I know But if she did the little finagle ng thing, you know, maybe she was 14. She said she was going to go the other way 16 before to be older now, so that wouldn't work out. Maybe maybe I should just Check my privilege. Seriously. Sit down. Yes. Listen, Justin, All women believe this extraordinarily talented woman when she says that her age is 75. I just all I know is that when I saw it, I thought, man, I'm gonna be 57 next week and shares been famous. Ever since I've been looking at things. Look, I think the first I think the first television show No, I know this is true, the first show that was advertised on television as coming soon. But I liked the advertisement and then made sure that we watched it was the Sonny and Cher show. I remember the first had that great logo, the CBS I would like, lo open up or whatever, and they would do her hair. You know all I want to see that show and I was Of sort of 78 years old, So I thought it was hilarious. I've looked back since and I my my my humor. Maybe my sense of humor wasn't as good as it is now is in his refinements. I don't think those sketches necessarily play overtime, but they were delightful. Come on. Shields and Yarnell. You couldn't get enough Shields and Yarnell. I'm a mom and shoots guys. Mom and shamans screwed that Momen shots is that the one with Robin Williams. No moment Shawn's They would show up. They were all dressed in black and they did stuff with toilet papers are they did paper and weird times, pantomime. And they were kind of they're kind of like Blue Man group before Blue Man Group kind of thing did stuff atonal paper, then she'll Ginny are now they got famous because they would show up on every variety show and just do this Thies to robot. Act right? There would be robots. There. They were mannequins that moved and it's right. You know, it was easier was easier to be famous in the seventies that it is now you could kind of get one thing. That was the guy in the seventies. He showed up on every variety show. He had one joke. You can call me Ray. Or you can call me J after Conrad Johnson. Yeah, exactly. And I mean would be just like you'd see him on a variety show on ABC and listen, if that's a good boy. I'm sure he did more than that. But that was the thing he did on every show for, like, two years. They needed beer commercials, not Miller lite. He did the other one natural life. Remember? That's the only thing I know him from it because you came in a little bit later you were born in 82 83 or something like that. 82 82. I know you're very proud of that. Sorry, 82 minutes, you, Ronald Pride about being born in 18 82 pride. It's a couple things were born and I think MTV was born. 81 Yes. Classic Randy Travis Album 1982. That's what I've always talked about. You know, if in the absence of George Jones, give me those classic Randy Travis can a huge Randy Travis fan, So I already knew before he went nuts, Not just like George Jones. Hey, things happen to people. That's why I understand that, But was he like naked in the middle of the street? You may advance, you know, drinking and Married 100 year old woman or something to take my.
The TWIML AI Podcast
Operationalizing AI at Dataiku with Conor Jensen
"All right everyone. I am here with connor. Jensen connor is director of data science at data echo and he recently moderated a panel at khan focused on a in operational association connor. Welcome to the tamoil podcast. Thank you sam. Super excited to be here. Hey so we are going to spend some time. Recapping your conversation at twelve con- but before we do that. I love you. Share a little bit about your background and your role at data echo. Cher will turn into too long. Though it's always the short version seems waiting sanitize. But i had a roundabout wait coming to. Today's science dropped out of college. When i was young ended up after working random jobs for a while. ended up during the military and was weather forecaster so i spent the tournament. Listening as a enlisted weather. Forecaster military kalat eating out and going back to study math. So did math Africa on the military aid while working at starbucks again right so still nothing to do with wesley. Found my way In the insurance industry and thought i was going to be an actuary that lasted for about five seconds. Realize that was not for me. And then there's some lucky happenstance fell into building data science teams so then really. The last decade mostly has been spent Spent about seven years in the entrance. Fakes in a couple of big companies helping to build out designs. Try to new and different things in insurance which is fun easier said than done though so it was a good gentle of figuring that out
11-year-old Houston boy dies of suspected hypothermia during power outage
"Cher's warm up in Texas authorities are finding more bodies of people who froze to death during the frigid frigid temperatures and power outages. More than a dozen people who've died in their homes at no power, including an 11 year old boy who died in his bed near
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
Why Carrie Snodgress Didn't Get An Oscar
"In 1970, she was up against Glenda Jackson, ally McGraw, Sarah Miles and Jane Alexander for best actress and she lost to Glenda Jackson. But it's only because she wouldn't go to the Oscars because Neil Young wouldn't let her go. Had she gone, she would have won. And who knows where her career would have taken her? Even with that, she's still not ended up doing some great work and some good films, opposite James Caan and rabbit run, Clint Eastwood and pale rider, fury with Charles Bronson, the addict with ray Milan. I mean, she did she did a work. She also had the part of Adrian and rocky. She beat out Cher, Bette Midler and Susan Sarandon. Well, they said Susan's around them was too sexy. But one her agent, when Carrie's agent asked for too much money, they said, no, and then Stallone hired tallia. She had no idea he was going to do that and she felt like shit.
"cher" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Drive. What Pain and tapes drive his one half of the portion of our very own A Burton. Ernie are Sonny and Cher are Chippendale. If you will. Well, maybe we should be more like Mac and cheese or peanut butter and jelly. Primary going into his 17th season here on WGN radio as the analyst with the call 15th Year with John Weidman coming up Wednesday night at seven o'clock against the Tampa Bay Lightning, you are okay to join us here. You've got all your wind, right, Troy. Yeah, Okay. I'm much better now. Don't get all choked up. Well, I don't like you, but have you ever been winded? Oh, yeah, I have been and hasn't taken much. A whole lot less than you. You did during your playing days. If anybody who's out there is listening, and you've been winded, Exactly Feel like well, I was I was went talk. You can't do anything. I was winded walking from the 18th floor elevator into the studio here, so it doesn't take much doesn't take much for me these days. But We're finally back playing some hockey and even if it's against the defending Stanley Cup champions, even if this black Hawks team comes out at the outset, facing some challenges here, I'm really super pumped an excited just Just to have hockey back just to have Black Hawk hockey back and seeing how where this team is at the start and seeing how it is able to evolve over the course of the upcoming season with AH, hole A whole lot of new faces in the lineup. Who are some of the guys that you have been most impressed with? Because you've been out there and practice every day alongside myself and grant. It's only been a week. Observing this stuff, but who are some of the guys? And and some of the young guys in particular. You may have been impressed with through observation here. Well, I think that you look at what Hughes suitor up front. I think that he's done really good, and he's not a young guy. You know, he's 24. I think he is there somewhere in that area kind of Samos, dominant Kubelik when he came in last year, they both played in the same league and both were MVPs two years ago. Scuba league this year was suitor. Just like your game, and he's He's a goalscorer, but he's a completely different type of gold's courts than Kubelik. Kubelik is a shooter and boy, we saw the shot last year. I mean, how wicked it wasn't once he figured out how we could use it where he could find those open areas. He became that much more of a threat. Suitor is more of a guy I see. That is a grittier type of player as far as the way that he scores goals, getting in front of the net and creating screens looking for those rebounds, So I think he's been very noticeable. Early on here in the training camp and courage. Seven is another guy. I thought he played really well last night in the scrimmage between the The red and the white and Jeremy Collins and actually singled him out along with Ian Mitchell on the blue light, so current chef and suitor up front. I think that they really done a nice job and making the coaches and the general manager noticed them, and that's what you have to do on the back side. I think that you've got a couple of guys that have looked pretty good. And and Mitchell has. He's kind of commitment and been who he was touted to be Just a smooth skating guy that when he gets the punky is really good that where you move forward with this is once you get to be a real good test, playing in your own end against good players, and when it gets physical in front of the net, the corners those battles it makes a big difference between scrimmaging between your own team. And a team that is the same motives you and has to win games and wants to win. Get points in the standings. So I think he had Mitchell is that an excellent job on by a lot of people are talking about Nicholas Bohdan, and he's a guy that really didn't factor into the equation. Do you see that last name again? Bow down, bow, But okay, I'm gonna say it a bunch of different ways. Just know Dana's not voted not voted not vote. It is not a relative of yours. Um, French Canadians. Um Remote East s. Oh, it's bow down, but, you know, And actually I was reading an article and not too long ago that where he was talking about that he put on, you know, 10 or £11 during this offseason, just training hard working hard. He's not a big guy, so he needs to get stronger, eh? So he doesn't get pushed off the park. So he's taking a nice step there and If I say those two guys on defense in the two up forward, maybe have made the biggest impression of some of the new guys. I'm really I'm really interested in seeing with the combinations that Jeremy has has put together to start things. Nikita's the door. I've got back to practice today, which was it was great to see it and just putting some of these younger guys with a more veteran guys in granite, the door office still a very young player. Was still some some potential to reach. But you know Keith and Murphy as your number one pairing, But then you know, putting Mitchell with a Calvin don. And then seeing how you know is the door ALF can work with and protect Adam Bull question. Try to bring the most out of his game. To me, That's going to be fascinating. As this Black Hawk treat team just tries to solidify itself in its own and something that has been elusive the last couple of years and let's face it, they're going to have to rely more on The team and the defense first mindset to start this season two. You know, John and I. It's a great point, Chris John they were talking about on the broad chest. What do you look at the Blackhawks winning in 10 13 15 the star power that they had the talent that.
Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker
The Good Dad Project With Larry Hagner
"I really want our listeners to have a sense of who you are and where you come came from in order to start to go dad project may one day i woke up and i was like i suddenly know everything. There's no about fatherhood cher with. That's obviously not true whatsoever. My journey into this whole dad's space really really started when i was a kid. My mom my childhood was was pretty complex. My mom was married three times. My mom did the best. She could with what she had but she was. She was married three times every guy that she married guy that she dated was kind of the same guy you know kinda like there's usually some element of toxicity drugs alcohol and physical mental abuse. So i always say that. I spent half my childhood without a father. Figure the other half with some sort of toxicity going on. But what i can tell you just really quick story. Is mom biological father. Remarried in nineteen seventy-one. They had me and seventy five. They got divorced really quickly about. I was about nine months old. He completely split no recollection of whatsoever. When i was four my mom remarried and at that point my life. That's how i thought moms found dads they just go out and find ads and so this gentleman came into our life. They were married for six years. They got divorced. It was it was a really horrible bitter end. They got divorced. I have not seen him since fast. Forward two years later. I ran my biological father by mistake. I wasn't expecting it. We had a relationship for a handful of months. Was this twelve. Yeah so i was. I think i was in seventh grade at the time. We had a relationship for a handful of months. He's remarried had a two year old son. Another one on the way and then it just got to the point. I think for him at that. Point is life where it was too much and unfortunately that relationship ended and it didn't end well and i completely went in a direction of i emotionally over eight. I failed the eighth grade. A lot of really crazy things can happen. My mom remarried a few more a couple more times and then fast forward graduated from college was in my first profession. I'm sitting in the coffee shop at a meeting When i was thirty when you walk in to get their morning coffee my father my biological father who i hadn't seen since i was twelve and i won't go into how we connected but we did connect and here we are fifteen years later and we do have a relationship. I spend time with him actually pretty often two younger half brothers. He's still married to the same woman but the good that project data is really started. Because i was struggling terribly had at the time for boys now the time i had to had a four year old and a six year old. Didn't know what. I was doing with really frustrated. Short on patience short temper The good nap project. Unfortunately there's there's a part of me that's very shame to admit this but it really came on a on a dark night in a dark moment. Where my son who's twelve. Now he was four. He stepped out of line as any four year old. Would i don't blame him. It was my fault. I spanked me. Hit the ground. And i looked at him and i went to help him up and The look on his face was i felt like i was staring myself and i knew in that moment i was like i don't know what i'm doing but i'm gonna find out how to do this better and i'm tired of living with no direction with patients. Having a hot temper all my life is only my career. And it's only my career. Because i don't know how i don't know how to be a good husband. I don't know how to be a good father. And i just surrendered. I'm just gonna. I'm gonna surrender my ego here and i'm just gonna learn and it was at that point in two thousand thirteen. I started good. That project dot com. It was a blog. I don't know how many people know this. But get that project actually me. I was this project. And then it's evolved in what it is today which we've been podcasting now for five years you've been one of our guests We've have over six hundred episodes and we have four hundred and fifty men that you live with us in our mastermind as a huge community and a movement and it all came out of absolute total struggle and dark places to be totally honest with you.
Kinda Funny Games Daily
Microsoft’s $7.5 billion Bethesda acquisition bolsters Xbox Game Pass
"Microsoft is paying seven point five, billion dollars in cash resented. Max. Media Game Pass has fifteen million subscribers in is growing I. believe that's about five million more subscribers and spring, which is wild. Microsoft now has twenty three studios, but as future games will be on game pass on Launch Day Jason Cher tweeted this answer. The question everyone is asking Phil Spencer tells Dina Base Debase. Of Bloomberg I believe that xbox plans to honor the PS five seventy commitment for death and go swire Tokyo. So those will still be lodged exclusives next. Why your workplace station Yeah Right Microsoft publishing excuses for playstation is. Like legit. Most wild things to happen out of this next generation. And then Jason says feature, but those games will be on xbox. and. Other consoles on a case by case basis,
Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot
Sorry, Cher. the USPS Doesn't Allow Volunteers
"Back again. Like a bad penny. She keeps turning up. Everywhere I share. Actress singer yesterday, trying to convince the United States Postal Service let her volunteer. She She wanted to go because the male is not being delivered because you know Trump is locking up the mailboxes. He's moving mailboxes. He's stealing the election Go, so she wanted to volunteer. Fine. Eventually Supervisor told her they didn't take volunteers and that she needed submit fingerprints and go through a background Chuck well for her. Get in line with all the other gypsies, tramps and thieves so share wanting the volunteer buying into the the manufactured crisis, false narrative and fake news. That the president was off to steal the election with the mail trucks on the flatbeds. That was Jamie Lee Curtis that said that but apparently Jamie Lee and share Well, they talk all the time.
Black Women and Hip Hop
"Hbo Max, documentary on the record betrays how sexual abuse against Black Women in hip hop has gone largely unchecked, the New York Times and said there were other women. That they will go on the record unless I go on the record, but I'm terrified of the backlash. Due to rampant misogyny, careers and dreams have been destroyed. That's the case according to drew. Dixon and Cherry share to women who say their bright futures and music were disrupted by the actions of record executive. Russell Simmons Dixon alleges that Simmons use the promise of tape to learn her into his apartment where he allegedly raped her. Cher Cher was a young aspiring artist and member of the first. All female rap group the Mercedes Ladies One day in nineteen, eighty three. She says Simmons invited her up to his office to talk business, but instead he proceeded to assault her. Both women eventually left the industry after these alleged incidents and remained silent for decades. Drew Sherri thank you so much for joining us today. Thanks for having US drew I'm going to start with you the early days of your career in hip hop. We're really impactful. You made one of my favorite songs of all time. You're all need with Mary J. What were your hopes when you entered the hip hop industry before I even got to New York I had a vision board conjuring in my mind I wanted my life to be like that I had a picture of Russell in the center of it all the idea of working for him, making records and influencing this art form was the dream I felt like it was the opportunity of a lifetime in. In the film you said that there were plenty occasions on which Russell was exhibiting behavior that would be called I think in any employee handbook sexual harassment, exposing himself to you propositioning you. How are you able to navigate your career? While also dealing with that type of behavior, I sort of felt like it's like there's another Russell. Simmons I can't duplicate level of an opportunity, so if I could just. Manage around his bad behavior long enough to make a hit record with my name on the back. I can get out of here with like my next golden ticket for the next job. I was twenty three and twenty four. And I now realize my compass was getting moves just a little bit every single time I understand that's how it worked. I didn't think anybody cared about sexual harassment. As far as black women were concerned, because nobody cared about Anita Hill, and that was like maybe two years earlier I didn't understand I was dealing with a Predator in my mind wasn't dangerous. He was just inappropriate. You stay because you hope that perhaps you can provide enough value to the company and move ahead. It's something that you have to go along with. Because the alternative is, you'll be unemployed. Something that I noticed drought. The film is like this desire to keep what you were dealing with to yourself so that. You could make it to the next stage especially as a woman. How did that? Affect like how much leeway powerful men in the industry had to behave in a way that was inappropriate and sometimes violent fees. Men understood that they were the gatekeepers. If Russell decided I was a problem. Then I wasn't just dead in the water at jam dead in the water in the whole black music game when I tell you I love hip hop, I love hip hop. It's like a death I? mean it was a kind of suicide leaving the industry? It was like A. It was kind of suicide.
Houston's Morning News
Are Negative Interest Rates Coming To The US?
"Negative interest rates coming there is a better economist the fed economists I should say in Saint Louis the one wrote in a paper that if we want to get a V. recovery we need to look at negative interest rates so is the fed going to look at that and I wonder I wonder if Jerome Powell is willing to go along with that idea join us to talk about A. K. T. R. H. money man patch in what's the likelihood of negative interest rates back well in a very good morning to you jamming in fact let's just mention real quick when we look at interest rates remember there's an entire spectrum of interest rates that run anywhere from overnight all the way up to thirty years we call that spectrum a yield curve the federal reserve today directly sat the overnight lending rate and I guess I should say in a normal environment the market they set up all of the other rates two year five year ten year twenty year thirty year but right now the federal reserve is directly influencing all of those rates because they're going into the open market and they're buying up all of these bonds so the chance of a negative rate is very very very low federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell has been asked this question before he's against it for a couple reasons one Germany and Japan currently have negative interest rates along their curve not all the rates but if you go out to to say ten years on Germany as an example their their rate is negative same thing for Japan or their rate in Japan is zero so don't pal points out Europe and also Japan and says look it hasn't really worked out hasn't done anything to stimulate the economy the other thing is that it makes it tougher for banks to make any money if rates are actually negative in fact it may cause banks to lose money and so Jerome Powell has come out against it yeah really the interest rate really it has an effect on consumers but it's really all about the banks and trying to keep the banks open to making money by lending money and getting it to the people correct you you are absolutely right Cher and I should mention that you know right now we are seeing and on believable I mean off the charts amount of stimulus coming in people are scratching their head wondering why the stock market's been going up in spite of record bad news and right now the federal reserve is you know going into the open market every day and they're buying up various assets now they don't buy stocks but they buy primarily government bonds to keep interest rates you know very very low they're now buying corporate bonds and they're buying tax free bonds and so the federal reserve has been going on on a daily basis and buying up all these assets I think one very very big misunderstanding that I see basically everybody get wrong is when you see this being discussed on television they show a printing press they show hundred dollar bills going across on a big printing press and being wrapped up on a pallet it's important to know all the programs that the federal reserve is doing right now do not require printing any money instead banks remember banks are required to keep money on deposit at the federal reserve the fed is simply borrowing money from these banks but right now you can actually go on the way out of the federal reserve discloses that daily right now the federal reserve has assets on their books right now of over seven trillion in dollars yeah you know but the hundred dollar bills looks so good on TV packs got me going let's let's talk a little bit Jimmy there are and you would be a I'm yes you would be able to come up with a dog absolutely I got special scissors does for that matter all right let me quickly ask you about mortgage interest rates hearing fifteen year loans are as low as two and a half percent right now the housing market is doing surprisingly well what we think is going to happen with mortgage interest rates accent so yep and so the federal reserve is targeting rates that was one of the thing that former fed chair Ben Bernanke dead back after the financial crisis in oh wait or no nine and it worked really really well and so right now you've got rates at record lows we think they're going to stay low for a very long time if we do see the economy start to pick up in the third and fourth quarter and we see longer term interest rates start to move up the federal reserve will use some of their ammunition and go in and buy up bonds in the open market in order to keep interest rates down so of all of the things that we could look at and do right now it is a wonderful wonderful time to refinance a mortgage not every loan is is is going to be favorable to refinance remember you've got to pay for a number of up front tight cost things like the title policy but you would want to call a mortgage professional and ask them if it makes sense to refinance and specifically asked how long do you need to go before you reach the break even point yeah and you generally have is what lesson five years you're good good to go yep if you're gonna stay in the house for longer than that sure you're exactly right it may be two years and you're only going to stay there for a year well then it wouldn't make sense but that look and find out when the break even point is when it it it pays to refinance
The Nice Guys on Business Podcast
Dr. TJ Ahn: Why Diversification Is Key To Your Success
"So Nice Guy Community get this Dr. TJ on. He is a first generation. Korean immigrant who came to America along when he was only nineteen without any connections or the ability to speak English at all. Imagine some of the adversity that we've all had to overcome now. Imagine the adversity times. Twelve not being able to speak the AD. The English language determined to live the American dream doctor on spent the next thirty years honing his medical and business skills. Doctor is a pure bred entrepreneur. And we're going to get a little bit deeper dive into that. Today is involved. In other sectors including Real Estate Investing Business Coaching Private Practice Consulting and Marketing. All with one vision in mind to help physicians build profitable private practices without the hassle of insurance networks. Now listen if you're in our community and your private practice physician definitely listen very carefully to what TJ is GonNa Talk About Today. If you're not a private practice physician we're GonNa talk to you about the diversification aspect of actually building your business through all of these different modalities so TJ doctor on. Welcome to the Nice guys on business. Podcast thank your dog. Thank you so much for inviting me to this beautiful podcast. I'm I'm very happy to have you here. And what was great is we were connected through your publisher Bestseller Publishing and they send me gas. That oftentimes have a very specific market. But also have a way of being able to to Do what they do in a very diversified way. In your case I see while you are a private practice. Physician Yourself That is an area that you've learned to deal with coaching. You've done with a you know a real estate investing would can we start with just maybe just an overall You know what's your background? Why is it that you decided that it's not just the medical practice that's good but all of these other components of building your career? Yeah so you know as you introduce me. At the beginning. I came to United States with dream in mind right that typical people say American dream so You know from South Korea. Obviously I was nineteen and then I for some reason since I was fourteen. I I guess that people talk about the Vision Board I was. I felt like I always wanted to go out of out of comfort zone since I was a kid And you know nine hundred nine years old. I felt like I couldn't reach my dream and I don't know what kind of vigilant I had at the time but it felt like. I was confined so I came to United States and I love helping people right. I love helping friends. I love helping colleagues and then I was thinking basically well. I didn't tell you about this. My my mother side. They were basically medical professionals. They were doctors but they kind of force me to go into medical education right like typical parents right right but then made me kind of complete go opposite. I'm like I don't WanNa do what my parents tell me to do. You know So I went to a completely the other like different field computer science and business And I also chose State of Tennessee on purpose that I knew there was no Korean people. There you really wanted to immerse yourself in the American culture quickly. Yeah Yeah I kind of you know. At the beginning I regret in little be right. Southern accent a completely unfamiliar. I you know I didn't have a good English skill at that time. Any ways but now. I look back though small decision making a process that I did every little decision that I made that kind of made me who I am now so you know Not Anyway so I completed Converted my career again. I went to medical education. I became a podiatrist a foot doctor. And then So I did my education in Chicago. Everything basically was good just being a doctor helping patients That whole healthcare system was running. Okay when I got out of my medical school. Did my residency started two thousand three up about until like two thousand eight. That's when kind of the whole healthcare system. It's is not working as as it should be so. Yeah that's when I started thinking about okay. I cannot be successful. You know to my things that I love to do helping people enjoy my own life having family CETERA which conventional is healthcare system. So when is it that you decided that diversification was key? You know it looks like you you started with a with this medical degree in podiatrist and you were successful at that. But two thousand eight brought probably a lot of adversity into that environment You didn't have any formal training in any kind of business experience or other than growing your practice which is which is probably a huge business feet but at the same time Medical business doesn't necessarily relate completely to the private sector so Cher a little bit about how you had the ambition or the drive or the know how really to understand how to how to get out of what you are doing and maybe use it as just one part of your income but to start doing all of these other things as well. Well you know the friends right. The people you meet through. Your Life. I really believe that so critical because at the time you may not realize whom you're like talking to or making friends wait you know though that famous court you're the average of five people you hang out the most that really resonates with me that. I just met great people for some reason. I'm so lucky and fortunate that you know like I never confined myself in Tony. Medical Profession was. I am still always curious about other things. How how how things work and how business work how world moves around so I think I met great people along the way and then kind of being in that kind of environment you know hanging out with great people made me realize To have for me to have more open-minded okay. Ic- basically to run private practice just like running any business. It's it's entrepreneurship. There's a revenue and expense and obviously when revenue goes down and expense. Goes up than natural your cash flow in your prophet plummets. And that's what I was experiencing around the two thousand eight to two thousand twelve. Most private practice owners most doctors in general. They'll understand exactly what I'm talking about. You know healthcare insurance reimbursement cut. It's almost fifty percent to seventy percent on some procedure some medical procedures that we perform. So let's say just imagine easily number if I throw number Let's say Bunion procedure surgical on your surgical procedure. Performed used to be around two thousand dollars which is
Major League Baseball, players union reach tentative agreement to salvage 2020 season
"Yes a baseball on a stand still like the rest of the leagues Major League Baseball Players Association have a deal a path forward if you will is baseball tries to figure out when it will return from a stoppage because of this corona virus a pandemic mark to Cher was on get up on how MLB should resume I think we have to be very careful how much we mess with a game that is built for a reason I mean nine inning games are very important to our roster construction and frankly team that spent a lot of money and spent a lot of time building a great bullpen which is what a lot of teams like the Yankees are doing nowadays that's a huge disadvantage to teams with good bullpens but I want to talk more about trying to squeeze as many games as you can into a shortened season is all about the money for the players and and Major League Baseball and I get it I understand that you want as much revenue as possible we have to be careful how much stress you're putting our players and how much you're actually changing the game well let's talk about the stress should be putting on players I assume primarily we're talking about pitchers and pitchers arms we see them somewhat dropping like flies anyway just in the normal course of order here is is that what your primary concern would be exactly that is remember guys started their offseason throwing schedule you some some guys start before Christmas but they've been throwing all ready for for five months you're going to continue to stretch the season out longer there's no doubt it's going longer we can debate how long it should go but you're going to have these guys especially starting pitchers get started stop start stop they don't know exactly how long they're gonna have to be throwing and then you're gonna throw guys notable times a week potentially bullpen guys gonna be over used so we have so many Tommy John surgeries and and shoulder surgeries in baseball we'll have more if we mess with the
They Call Us Bruce
They Call Us Pandemic Parents
"How how does that turn into? I guess the schedule the end of actually creating for the kids We the schedule about we have Is very similar to our schedule in the summertime Because again the kids are at home and we want to emphasize that we need to get our work done before we play. And so that that's basically the principle of that struck schedule us to get all your work done in the morning so you can play in the afternoon and if you don't get all your work done in the morning then you're going to you know you're going to shorten your free time. And so the kids have been really motivated to try to get all their work done in before lunch But we have made some adjustments as we've gone on So for example in the morning I really wanted to do a check in with the kids because I think there are things that are going on in their heads they're not always voicing and so I start off by the senator dumb in the beginning but it's actually I'll just share. I think they go around the table and they share affirmations of each other and this is something that I did as volleyball coach after a game. I gathered all the kids. And you know they're having their snacks. But we're still huddled and we're just going over affirmations for each team member because I wanted them to see that. Each team member contributed to our game and the outcome of that game. And so instead of you know putting blame on somebody for not playing. Well wanted them to keep their eyes on the positive and over time they just work towards that positive and really Look forward to that time to gather at the end and really share out there. What they saw each other team members do and so I kind of wanted that idea to play out in our family In in the beginning they're kind of awkward about it but it's funny how you know in the course of our first week at home. They've really cherished what each other have said about them. And it's almost like they want it to happen again. The next and so they sort of work to build that relationship. I'm seeing slowly happen And there's a lot less bickering. I feel like Because they want to be noticed for their good good deeds of the The other thing that we added In our morning prayer is to have the kids share out their prayer which which really ends up being a way for them to voice. Their concerns their worries and One of the things. I did this with my class. Also I didn't want the kids to be carrying around burdens throughout their day and so to share it in the morning I feel like it does. Lighten their low that they're carrying around emotionally and psychologically and so two Sur Cher out thought in the very beginning of the day kind of makes the rest of the day go smoother Does something else that we added a family meeting at the very beginning of our schedule So it's it's some structure but allow for flexibility To be able to gauge. Where the kids are and to be able to adapt to what? You're feeling that they might need as I think. Essential for this to really work for the long haul. That's amazing and I might add the fact that you actually have both experience as a teacher and a coach probably gives you a little bit of a leg up on this front but I wonder actually I mean how much of how much of what you experienced learned as an educator feels like it works as a parent and I'm going to ask actually that of Stephen to relative to your wife who you said was a is a therapist right greg. Do you feel like you feel like there's kind of almost seamless transfer of of knowledge from being a professional that works with you know which people as it were in this capacity versus The kind of rough and tumble of just being a parent. Yeah I I'll show I'll jump in so I the fact that my wife is therapist Has has has. I've learned a lot from that and Continue to so for me I. There's like a lot of Greater attention to the kid's feelings and the stressors and an understanding that and being a better communicator to them in ways that on my own I wouldn't think about. I would be maybe more afraid to talk about my worries and my fears With my kids but but through my wife able to better express myself To my kids I would say that. My Wife practices a lot of what she preaches insurance of of again that communication and that openness with the kids but then at the end of the day if like if it's just really getting on her nerves you know like she's Cuban like therapist the mom it just becomes like man. This kid's so annoying. I can't deal in right now. So that professionals who could only take you so far Truth Avenue. I I do feel like when I went from the classroom into home schooling. I was expecting homeschooling to be exactly like classroom teaching and and so we even even made them wear uniforms and I had a room designated as the classroom and we put up. You know an alphabet chart and you know this is i. I try to make it. So that are home-schooling space was separate from the rest of our house and that are home-schooling time with separate from our family time but what I've learned that first time through home schooling aside it. I mean your family. Life is the highest priority. You have to kind of really assess what's going on with the family before you can even start schooling and so So yeah that was my first hard lesson in home. Schooling is that you know schooling at home is nothing like schooling in the classroom. And even now as I coached teachers. That's the number one thing I'm telling them is that you cannot expect school to be from eight to three every day because these parents were home with the kids. They're trying to get work done to and We're not sitting next door. Kids the whole time and It's not at all like the classroom. And and the whole time were were sitting in. You know watching these things on the news and trying to evaluate. What's going to happen to our families? And you know we're starting to hear how it's affecting our family is in the other countries and and so the kids are dealing with a lot more emotionally that will affect how they're going to be learning and so trying to make that clear to the school is essential also is to keep communicating with our teachers and our administrators as they try to learn the best way to go about with distance. Learning is I think he yes just to kind of build off of that. I think the There is this sort of expectation. Like Oh yeah this is. This'll be just like it. How it is in the summer or this'll be like things are normal. It's like a global pandemic is not normal this is this is incredibly incredibly stressful on. You Know Uncertain Times that we're in with the news just gets like so overwhelming and so scary an so stressful so I think that Yeah it's it's it's really everybody's thinking Oh yeah things are okay and like but but Yeah there's there's a lot that our kids are picking up on Because this is this is just a very serious global crisis I do appreciate homosexuals are trying to bring you know their normal routines into the distance learning but but at the same time as I've been saying is it's important to provide structure but at the same time to be expecting that you need to be super flexible To really be able to adapt to changing needs.
An Open Source Economy of Abundance with Marcin Jakubowski
"Hello everybody Vince Horn here for another episode of Buddhist Geeks and today I am very very delighted to be having a conversation with Martian Jukovski. Good to have you on the show Martin and thank you so much for taking the time to chat with the Buddhist geeks. I'm really excited about this conversation. Because so much of what you're doing. Feel a resonance with but it's also different from what we're doing here Buddhist excited Dick's where the intersections excellent. So let's dive right in. Okay I've got my bathing suit on and I'm ready to go seven Fahrenheit and sweet Maysville Missouri. But I'll join metaphorically awesome are you. Are you at the factory farm right now yes. That's the Kansas City area. Okay cool and I and I understand that. You have also google fiber out there. Oh and that's an addition since about a year now and that's why we can have this conversation hopefully seamlessly today. Yeah no mood. That's a big game changer fiber. We spent the money on a week. We got the pipes run here. Trenched bury them and the whole facility with Up to four GIG. Wow that's awesome. See if you're kind of you're living the dream for me. Which is you've got high-speed gig multi gigabit Internet and you're out on a farm building Chit Really Cool. I'm excited to talk about your work so so I saw. I saw your tedtalk a number of years ago. Odds probably about ten years or so ago now Something like that and and just immediately was like okay this person and your partner Katharina. Y'All are doing really interesting work with the open source ecology movement and In that talk you spoke about the global construction kit which you know. Last time I checked this is like a fifty fifty or so different items that you're looking to build open source that the kind of you would be necessary for human civilization to To to this global village construction set fifty industrial machines to create small-scale civilization with modern comforts essentially the critical machines from tractors bread ovens production equipment energy equipment and and Carson everything. You need to create infrastructure. That's the basis of thriving than so we can talk about then getting meditative but you have to provide some basic needs. I yeah you can't you can't just Meditate without without some basic needs Yogis the the people they had their comfortable caves and flame. That's right that's right. Yeah and some nettles to eat right and and and you're going to see the vision that you'll have is is going well beyond that. I mean you're talking about being able to replicate modern comforts without having to rely so much on the sort of centralized modern systems that we've all come kind of dependent on. Yeah exactly the idea is. Let's distribute the economy. So right now we're in a state of centralization but the fund that by fundamental design we have a distributed world and I think that comes from the first principle of energy energy is distributed. Solar Energy is distributed. That's pretty much where all the power for today's economy comes from. It's from the sun right so by nature. We have a distributed system but the way we created we kind of reformulated as humans isn't into a hugely centralized one so to get back to more in touch with those principles of distribution decentralisation that gives power to everybody literally and metaphorically to tell me more about like the journey that you've been on with the global village construction set because I saw you've you've made a tremendous amount of progress on that front. You know it's one thing to hear someone give a Ted talk about about something that's like an inspiring idea prototypes. It's another to see your ten years later. Like have made real progress on the stuff again to hear about that. Yeah definitely maybe you know you can say at the time of Ted Talk. Were a few percent down right now. I would quantify it as like one third done so we've got hundreds of prototypes Twenty or thirty unique prototypes everything from tractors to CNC machines. Three D. PRINTERS HOUSES. Akwa punit greenhouses. In fact we actually added the house as a critical machine since we kinda thought well. That's a living machine. Actually belongs in the global village construction set but the power is yet getting a comprehensive said along a construction setup route. So we're looking at it more as building blocks and to derive from how Lennox Open source. Software has there is one of the keys to success was large modular break down into very small parts can have thousands of people working on at the same time. And that's exactly what we do with hardware breaking down into modules and development steps for each module sewer inching along at the time of the Ted. Talk I kind of felt like I missed my great opportunity because I had so many people contact me. And all of that and we didn't have an organization. We hardly have an organization right now. We really don't yet. Were not at that level of having a business so to say like a real solid organism. But we do have a lot of foundational work. I think we are. I would call ourselves an exponential organizations laying a solid foundation with all the prototyping that we have done now ready to to convert that to economic impact so transitioning from the Playing prototyping to to the to the next step which a lot of open source Projects Forget and that is a product. So what what are the products that we can offer that anymore? Anyone can use okay. That's cool. I mean it's interesting. I'm thinking back to win. I got even more kind of interested in Y'all's work and I think at a certain point I started to really feel this kind of poll to be sort of subtract myself out ourselves out of the sort of capitalist system a bit more to be able to offer meditation teaching more freely. You know to be little less dependent on a pay for service model and you know one of the big questions that comes up is like okay. We'll around like housing costs. And how do you? How do you reduce your cost like housing is like one of the major costs and you all were some of the only people that were talking about being able to build an an ecologically sustainable you know house for like twenty five grand? Yeah and that's unheard of you not to be able to hit those kind of Knows numbers and that's what I think is really interesting about what what you're trying to do is you're really setting a goal of kind of price reduction that really competes with the capitalist markets on their own terms in a way. That's hard for them to be. It'd be hard if you're actually able to pull this off for companies to To to have any response to tenth the Price House or tractor or brick press or all the things that you're building. Yeah that's exactly right so let's dive into. There's actually a very interesting page like when I look at the WIKKI statistics. There's a page on our wicky open source ecology that org slash wicky which has cost of living. And you said it. The number one cost of living is housing on average. I have some stats here in. Its sixty eight hundred dollars a year. Then the second one is your car. Thirty four hundred dollars a year and then food twenty six hundred dollars a year and yet it adds up to about twenty thousand or so. Just let's see the the number actually is twenty thousand per year per person according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics for a household doesn't sound too bad but Ideas let's so let's go for example to the CDC home just to show you like a very tangible example so in a CD go home. You mentioned twenty five thousand dollars okay. But where's the Labor that's materials so the model there is a client? Pays probably like ten thousand dollars service fee. We host a workshop where we swarm on the build with about fifty or so people and build that in five days and I think that the more like a turnkey cost to the client. We more like seventy thousand. That's kind of what if we if you'd actually start full cost accounting like the twenty five thousand dollars as materials. Yes so you'd have to figure out how to do it but we did with a swarm based build the idea there is you are providing an immersion education. So basically you're selling inexperienced. People participate in get a lot of skills have a lot of fun shatter some of the limits in their mind about what's possible in terms of effective building using very collaborative learning rich learning environment. That's very supportive. So that's the product we're trying to develop and probably if you look at economics probably like seventy thousand dollars for a a house builder a basically the House. The person who wants to have the house before fourteen hundred square foot house so still about was Chris in the cost of industry standards. Right we actually roll this out. So there's a whole organization to behind it and sell. That's kind of how it looks right now. Now of course if you're a skilled guy and you've got a family that can build that while you're not gonna be able to do it in five days but over a month he can take our modular construction methods because everything in the system is designed to be handled by people not not example cranes or large machines the way we designed modular construction method lends itself to a swarm belt with normal people and really reducing the skill set by essentially trying to turn this into. Lagos as much as possible That's interesting and and from what I gathered like everything that you're doing the documentation around the processes like everything is part of the open source model like everything is shared shared. Absolutely everything. There's two levels so one is design seconds. Dente price design. And that's that this is where we talk about the concept of distributive enterprise. Yes the idea if we do it. And it's good for the world. Everyone can use it and and people in modern society. People think that you have to be proprietary or you have to have a competitive advantage based on Ip Order to win here are competitive. Advantage or collaborative advantage is the the opposite. Is the fact that we're collaborating? And if you think about it you're in kindergarten you'd understand because at that point we kinda were talked to to Cher but from High School Into College. Johnny were completely taught the opposite and right now. There's a huge cultural barrier that prevents people from comprehending that. Hey we can actually do. More together. Annihilate the AB- the material scarcity issues that are still central to life in the west end in the developing