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"chris barber" Discussed on Die Arenz Show

Die Arenz Show

02:01 min | 9 months ago

"chris barber" Discussed on Die Arenz Show

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"chris barber" Discussed on Die Arenz Show

Die Arenz Show

05:42 min | 9 months ago

"chris barber" Discussed on Die Arenz Show

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"chris barber" Discussed on Die Arenz Show

Die Arenz Show

04:31 min | 9 months ago

"chris barber" Discussed on Die Arenz Show

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"chris barber" Discussed on Die Arenz Show

Die Arenz Show

05:02 min | 9 months ago

"chris barber" Discussed on Die Arenz Show

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"chris barber" Discussed on Die Arenz Show

Die Arenz Show

03:48 min | 9 months ago

"chris barber" Discussed on Die Arenz Show

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"chris barber" Discussed on Die Arenz Show

Die Arenz Show

02:06 min | 9 months ago

"chris barber" Discussed on Die Arenz Show

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"chris barber" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:58 min | 11 months ago

"chris barber" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And when we say torture, we don't take that lightly. We drop them slammed him against the wall and shake them and then expect them to run without an extra decibel in our Aniko X Sound chamber without fail, Drop, Slam shake silence Drop Slam shit silence and there's no end in sight. We test so it runs. That's why it's hard to stop a train. And I was talking about heading up north. Little snow flurries supposed to see snow all the way down. Maybe a slow down his black Canyon City road trip. I'm excited about heading up north and maybe dropping and visit are our good friends up a calf radio out of Flagstaff. We're on their broadcasting. You can listen to our flagship station K J R all the way up past Black Canyon City up on top of Sunset Point Just you begin to drop down in the Verde Valley up. Uh, The following ridge and up vice Approaching months Park. It's up, Then you just switch over to caf 93.5 FM Am 9 30. It's worth the legends. We were on the station where legends of country live. Now why you're taking that little road trip to Flagstaff? Uh, I I definitely have some favorite restaurants and flag. To, uh, for a good burger. It's I think it's really, really hard just to beat Bun huggers has been there forever. Definitely long, but we've had many, many burgers that bun huggers, and they've got good burgers and flags that mama burgers another great one. I like Beaver Street Brewery. They have a good burger to go with a raspberry ale. The only place I'll have a fruit beer. The only place that was the first place we were remodeling a home just west of the City Hall. Old historical and I took the crew for dinner one night. Somebody ordered a fruited beer. And that was the first time I did. Did you order that with an umbrella? I'm the mic denk of beer. You don't fruit beer, You know that Used to be one of the best commercials. You don't fruit. It Uh, but Beaver Street does have a nice all right. I did get in touch with the one the only Steve Poser, a calf and also the guy that keeps everybody on the air Chris Barber, and they love to go to lunch at fat olives for Italian food. Okay, if they do a good deal more so, you know, when I'm up there, he likes to take me to Josephine's. How can you be Josephine's? That's a great local and also for pizza. DiMarco's apparently is very famous. In fact, they're famous pizza is named after me. What is it? It's called the Gary Special, but it's one or I spell mine with too. OK, so if I can convince him to put another or I can lie that it's felt okay, but it's a loaded pizza, and it's supposed to be he delicious and don't leave out 18 99 bar and Grill right there by campus. It's right on campus. Yeah, right next to the, uh Hotel. Well, right next to a jury. And But what do you What do you call the main building? All the kids go to on campus Admin the union you? No, thank you. I've lost 80 99 Bar and grill. That's great. It was actually started as a part of the home. The, uh Hospitality industry of the of the campus. So you're Flagstaff. There's some of our favorites and thanks devotion and thank you. Speaking of driving down 17, man. All right. I got to meet the songwriter of this song, and I asked him. I said, tell me that you were driving down the road and you just came up with this idea, And he said That's exactly yet. You know, most songwriters are going No, I was having a piece of one day, right? Right? Yeah. Pepperoni gave me the idea..

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"chris barber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:23 min | 11 months ago

"chris barber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"That. And you're Jeff Walker will take over at nine tonight. He'll take you 90 minutes quick before I run out of time Because this this is so good. I read this in The New York Times over the weekend, and it fits in with what we're talking about about kind of the romance of baseball story Dateline Dallas I even saw this. On the evening news the other night, There's a gentleman named Frank Miller. He 74 married. And he had has recently read a book about pitching. He used to play He played in high school played in college. I read a book about pitching, and he really felt the need the urge to play catch. He was walking around the house like testing out grips on the baseball driving his wife Crazy. And and so his wife posted a note on a neighborhood app called next door. And the note said. My 74 year old husband would like to have a partner to throw the ball with. He's a former high school and college pitcher and is looking for a catch or someone who knows how to throw a baseball. And the responses started coming in. I'd love to have a catch, said one person. What if wonderful way to bring people together and start 2021 with a positive note, said another person. This makes me smile sent another. And The wife responded with how about three o'clock Wednesday Cold Park near the tennis courts. And the husband and wife. Wondered if anyone would actually show up. So they arrive it Cold Park. Frank is in jeans and a Texas Rangers jersey and cap and he's got his mask on. He's in his black equipment Baggies carrying his glove 2019 Christmas gift. And one by one. People started showing up. In January. In Dallas. With their mitts tucked under their arms. There was a bearded man in his thirties. It was an older man and a T shirt. Three boys from a high school baseball team. It was a woman in her sixties who just came to watch. And The players exchanged hellos. They did elbow bumps. And they form two lines facing each other. And they started having a catch. Is a group about was 25 or 30 people. And just kind of a steady rhythm of the bob popping into the myth. Described by the writer in The Wall Street Journal, is kind of like the last few popcorn kernels exploding in the microwave. You had a 73 year old show up guy name rich. He hadn't thrown in 35 years and he said, the opportunity to do something that I never expected to do again in my life. 26 year old Chris Barber was throwing with 72 year old David Baldrick. And the husband and wife were were surprised by the response. But then they thought about it, and it made sense. And, as they said in the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times Between the all that's going on in politics in the pandemic. People are ticked off. They're scared. They're in solitary. And Frank said. I think people want to reconnect a little bit right now. And they threw for about an hour. They exchanged phone numbers, they said. We'll have to do it again. And as they kind of broke up, he said, isn't baseball beautiful? It's a piece of art. Really? I wish I saw the footage on the evening news and just just to see perfect strangers in like a field of dreams, a hair standing up on my arms just pulling up in cars. To a neighborhood park. After a message on it AP Anyone want to have a catch with my 74 year old husband. You know what reminds me off? You know what it reminds me of right? Me take you back to one of the great scenes in motion picture history. Alex headed Hey..

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"chris barber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"chris barber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Down 6.7% 37 09 a barrel Brent crude right around $40 a barrel 40 07 Lord today by 4.6%. Bottom line. We've got a tech let's sell off underway here. The sell off picking up speed as investors fled the high far flyers that have fueled the historic five month rally from pandemic clothes. Again. We've got the Dow, the S and P and NASDAQ all declining that Stack 100 index down now by about 3.9% Boeing Ho, slow deliveries of its 7 87 Dreamliner is Cruz check for a new manufacturing flaw involving gaps in the horizontal stabilizer that are wider than set by engineering specifications. Boeing shares down 5% Apple says it will be holding an online event September 15th, where the company is expected to unveil its latest Apple Watch. As for Apple shares their trading lower now by 5.5%. 3 33 on Wall Street time now for the small business reporting, Here's John Tucker. Back in April, we spoke to Chris Barber, who small business delivers information technology support. Early in the pandemic, Things were looking bleak for a Maryland based cheaper than a geek. Time to circle back. Chris, How is your business? Fared? It's been a really crazy ride, John. We lost 2.5 years of business development in a three month period basically March April and May, which has a small business owners there really disheartening. Experience. It was due to some of our clients going out of business, some of them being acquired, but, uh, things started turning around in early two, and we have remarkably made almost all of that back already. What do you attribute to the turnaround of the business? Some of it was just kind of keeping our heads down and pushing forward. Regardless, there was a huge uptick in scams and malware and related criminal activity. When this Corona virus pandemic was really getting off the ground in March. I guess you could say the bad guys were falling all over themselves trying Tio capitalize on this. So we took a pretty good security offering that we already had, and we made it better make sure our clients knew about it. A lot of them were seeing what was going on as well and took us up on that. So that also helped Chris Barber cheaper than a geek in Maryland. I'm John Tucker, that is your Bloomberg Small business report for today. All right. We think much John Tucker again. Recapping here. Equities lower across the board with the S and P down. 82 down 2.4%. I'm Charlie Pellet. That is a Bloomberg business Flash. Right, Charlie. Thanks so much. You're listening to Bloomberg. BusinessWeek. You know, I love dire straits. We're definitely distinct. Yeah, well, Mark Knopfler, He's got a voice on DH. The well when you hear the good stuff on the guitar twang totally. So whenever you want to call it so far away from me, Dave Wilson, you are so far away from me. I'm in R Bloomberg Interactive Barker studio near somewhere in the wilds of New Jersey. That's right. And did you know Jason, by the way that there is a new box set coming out of dire straits is studio recording? I did not good tip, Dave Wilson. They've all been remastered, including that one You just heard so far away. And they'll be out in the next couple of weeks or so. I just got the email in my inbox. There you go. Set the 1 $175. If you're buying the LPs. Yeah, that sounds about right. But the CDs are a whole lot about 34 box here. Oh, yeah. OK, well, they go. Hey, So wait. See, you stumped. Alex even give us a Broadway he did. He tried gave her strong from Billy Elliot. You know, the Broadway musical actually started London without John wrote the music for It couldn't get it. Get it. Tish. I think she's more a classical Broadway. Kind of that may well be true. Yeah, All right. So what you get for chart? Well, I got about How shall we say the Big Five? Techstocks call them the FAA mg stocks if you like whatever works for you. How they got so far away from their 200 day, moving at a pretty popular technical indicator gauge of trends and what we're talking about a Facebook Amazon, Apple, Microsoft and Google's owner alphabet now Michael Hartnett, who's the chief global investors, strategist at Bank of America, compared On index he created of those five stocks relative to the moving average, with a similar comparison for the NASDAQ composite back in the 19 nineties Internet years, you know when you had that bull market that ultimately culminated in March 2000, and that's what the chart does is tracked that Over time, and when you run the numbers, you find out that you know, at the peak last week, the index I put together a similar one. For those five stocks was 43% higher than it's moving average. You go back to March 2000. The NASDAQ composite at its peak was 55% higher than it's moving out. It just goes to show you You know how outside the move in these big tech stocks has become, uh and certainly did become before the clients we saw in the past few days. I mean, that's the key here to kind of provide some historical context to what's going on. And who knows we may be talking about 55%. If you get a renewed interest in these shares down the line, anything is possible. After all. For the moment, they'll think it's different. Dave. I just Don't you feel like I mean, these are companies with mega businesses growth? Really? You know, I don't know. Yeah, I understand what you're talking about. You know, you keep that one in mind for a future chart. Perhaps as Faras. Today's goes, If you haven't seen it folks semi name, I'll get you the chart. This relationship goes with it and everything I do. Going forward. The email addresses Di Wilson at Bloomberg dot net. That's Di Wilson at Bloomberg dot net. Did I hear you also played some songs from waitress? Yeah, that was one of the long shouldn't get that either he was going for us was very, very generous, But you know, it's all on Spotify. You're aware of that, right? The playlist is now David's not releasing it on the spot if I can. Yes, you can, like put Sameh I against it. Figure out, you know Cem predictive measures. What's it called Dave Dave Wilson Spotify list. No, it's no chart songs, songs that you go down there. There's one for each month. So great exactly. It's all there. It's all there. It's just a puzzle waiting to be unwrapped. All right. Let's get to Nancy Lions. Now.

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"chris barber" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"chris barber" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"It's got to go cool the Chris barber give me last night with Willard he was released last night every time I think of eight dollars always think about it that the number that the person died murder documentary super size me yeah I have to do that only like a dollar and straight it was out Morgan Spurlock is which is in some way that like he ate McDonald's for a month and other health troubles that he had and somebody he asked yeah it's like when it first came out here to watch it twenty Cienega which is echo let me guess the guy in McDonald's for a month and health problems shocking no I'm not going to catch it I'm not gonna watch it at all because if you don't think that's going to happen then you're stupid if you did it to prove a point you proved no point because if you're dumb enough to be there for a month straight then Hey you deserve all the health problems because of it so I just had no harm no interest in it whatsoever like all it really way and I was stunned how many people fell for that Okey Doke I was done how many people thought that that guy was doing something radical like yelp yeah bet big Donald it might taste good but we all know is terrible right you read it every day all day for extended period of time that's going to be a problem if people put this guy put a pedestal like he was the next great investigative journalists doing talking about he was held on the same he's still doing that he's still doing that I mean my goodness so much sodium in in in that stuff with me then just kill you right there that right there I mean that much sodium I don't care if you had the I don't care where you're reading if you're taking in that much sodium you're gonna have some issues as always I go it's Morgan Spurlock gonna do next flight of the sun and say burned up Hey it makes shocking wow really taught me wouldn't know perfect we kind of thought it was but a way to prove a point well done with it thanks for proving somebody we already know I mean you should be good who should should be a geometry equation we can prove it approved it yeah you prove some somebody already mail well done Gwyneth Paltrow has candles anybody wanting one of Paul crow candle it's it's a really it looks like when it's all true no no it's it's her branding is here to bring called goop and I don't know what the hell is active yeah I've never heard of it before I only heard of it when I was watching the light last night the leaders some mention of goop and Lori mentioned there was quite appalled rose brand never heard it before but she has a candle in the name of the candle I don't know we're naming candles now other than the scent in less this is this and if it is I'll pass on the pass anyway going to uphold throws quote smells like my orgasm in quote that it doesn't no it doesn't at all no I don't a missing no one bit life is hard enough as it is I don't I don't need this right now from her at all Gwyneth stop what you know guess what I'm looking at right now it actually says that on the label the smells like my orgasm so that's fantastic and then leaving the religion of the Coldplay guy we should know about or go to it is Chris Martin damn right good my goodness that seem like it was that does come at a bargain basement price of only seventy five dollars for the.

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"chris barber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"chris barber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The ALCS the International Monetary Fund sees the world economy suffering its worst recession since the Great Depression this year with emerging markets and low income nations in Africa Latin America Asia particularly high risk managing director Christina Giorgio about telling Bloomberg television and radio with half of the IMF's one hundred eighty nine member countries seeking aid the executive boards agreed to double access to its emergency up funding to meet expected demand of about one hundred billion dollars I'm Charlie public baths a Bloomberg business slash balance of power continues and here is your host at David Westin thank you so much Charlie Pell as well one of the industry's is hit the hardest by this pandemic has been the restaurant industry is we no longer can go out and sit down our favorite restaurant for a dinner or lunch will red rooster it is one of the most acclaimed restaurants in New York City located in the center of Harlem and catering to an eclectic crowd and I'll admit I have been there more than once and enjoyed it like the rest of your kid is now close to its regular clientele for now but chef Marcus Samuelsson isn't letting this crisis go to waste he's reaching out to needy families in the area making sure they're well fed and we welcome now chef Samuelsson so welcome great to have your to explain exactly what you're doing thank you all for having me you know we turned red rooster Harlem and reduced overtime in Miami and marketing P. New York she community kitchen are we partner with world central kitchen yeah yeah yeah one of the components of the obvious people in those communities we cook for about five hundred people a day reach location for fifteen hundred people I new members first responders but we would be able to run a restaurant it is connected to a central it's a wonderful thing but I suspect you're oversubscribed is it first come first serve Audi Audi allocate this one you know the great thing a lot of kids channels they have a lot of experience in in relief work so very quickly it occurred to me really we hire some of our staff the single mom normally a hundred eighty staff members are likely if they're not working hard and we have no we think everything else at this moment was you know like Overtown and Harlan and and lower they have a very stressful situation before this and that making sense of food security so we knew right away that even the people that the house not the people don't have he's not going to get through the situation with Cologne on everything fall it's been some of the most important work would have been on the phone and we couldn't be prouder of the piece how long can you keep it up this must be costing some money how long can you keep that going all you know I don't know yet I I know that I'll important work right now and I disagree saying that they cut the lead one association of been there before and they say call the day together we even get the nations what are infrastructure it's really but upside down and I mean if you're a farmer wait a second you can imagine you can get me thinking about the last four people on board who hold hold hold on the line the question that why west policy does the window the staff the question is how should a family owned everything in our hospitality community has to be trusted and by keeping the switching open actually way to restore that little by little it's such a powerful point that food infrastructure point I wonder what what will come back when we return to something approaching normal the restaurant industry may look quite different how do you think it may be changed for a longer term well I mean it might be too early to think about it completely right under it right now all right actually this week some of the top fifty caliber but I do know that the industry's change were either somewhat the ministry will change the oil burner right but not in the neighborhood the dog less complex woman hard heart and soul of the and when was the last one goes so goes small business you know what what about the nail salon that yeah you're your family might love what about Chris barber shop what about that hundred feet that sort of become the hub what about the books work so that I can provide to go small neighborhood can be loved in our in our country so we have to save less clubs because it's Baltimore businesses and all the people in the vehicle workers are working with millions of jobs in this country right now eighty to ninety percent of them are unemployed and you know the simple monitor list and a list of them that one not seen by some more my wife and maybe too much he also independent left wing coalition of company gathers jet flight format thank you so Jones connected a few of our progress get abandoned the legally small businesses small lots of him not that not only bad until last month which mobile device do you think you get some help but the the package that you choose our packages loans ring that they could be turned into graduate grants if they keep their employment up with that help restaurants I think the first punch welcome foreign investment needs to be a second crunch and and I think it's important that I will choose things stayed in contact with the local mall mystical neck not to big business owners right big business actually small businesses while because they definitely be effective enough for twelve months of this because we are the heart and soul of our neighborhoods and that one that costs involved a neighborhood looking back well the other night we just one box what makes I can tell you all your clients which you will wish your backs quickly so thank you so much the chef Marcus Anderson of red rooster coming up the United States is consumed with fire in the corridors within its borders but what made this pandemic me for standing in the world we talk with Dr Mira Rapp Hooper with the council of foreign relations that's next the balance.

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"chris barber" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"chris barber" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Banners graphics and more promote Dot L. R. N. DOT FM. To be a part of the show call six zero two two six four two thousand eight hundred six zero. Oh Two two six four twenty eight hundred and now Ernest Hancock Rabat. Okay so quit talking right. Well we're going to do. Is I want to read this letter but that story that I did cove in nineteen you know. We kinda found some secrets to how works and stop you know. Derrick L L P got article Earning was talking about in the first segment this morning Kobe. Nineteen that's all may have found it secret talks about how depletes the iron from the Hemoglobin and whatnot? It doesn't it it looks like it releases it and iron okay. Whatever around a friend of mine semi lengthy to the article on medium the original article and Not long later it was it was gone. Medium removed. It into the account is now under investigation. Yeah so mountain. That white founded on the Found it on the Web Archive and made a pdf of it. So we'll get that up on the site and then that will go in Ip F S C. They sober man. No no no no no I love it. They do this crap okay. This is what I'm GONNA do. I'm GonNa go ahead and read this letter Dr Barber and you'll get it first letter of Dr Chris. Barber Open Ocean medicine on land. I healed many landlubbers but I could have healed countless more. If they were just willing to break the law to preserve themselves the crown required that obeyed. The decisions of leaching privateers. Who DIDN'T SHARE MY OATH TO DO HARM? I was forbidden from recommending or even discussing the course of treatment patients and I both knew they needed the crowns. Mandates and prohibitions. Were designed to protect privateers not patients and they produced a society of increasingly addicted impoverished disease and suicidal. The crown and the privateers conspire to artificially increase medical expenses. That bankrupt the crown claims to protect the land labor from the privateers greed while actually seducing them into begging the crown to grant relief this herds them further into the crowns cage dependency and control while privateers monopolized management of chronic illness. This Roy Alliance construction ever-expanding administrative and regulatory hegemony to protect their boondoggles and bureaucracies they sabotage the development of.

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As Jails And Prisons Reduce Populations, Advocates Call On ICE To Do The Same

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:38 min | 1 year ago

As Jails And Prisons Reduce Populations, Advocates Call On ICE To Do The Same

"There is a growing fear that a corona virus outbreak will tear through the federal government's crowded detention center for immigrants immigrant rights advocates are suing and detainees are on hunger strikes restrain immigration and customs enforcement or ice released detainees before it can French humanitarian catastrophe NPR's John Burnett has our story at present ice detained some thirty eight thousand immigrants in a network of private for profit facilities scattered around the country they're held in close quarters in jail like conditions while they await their fate in immigration court detainees are getting alarmed in the past week guards have pepper sprayed groups of detainees at two detention centers who refused to follow orders in a protest of their crowded surroundings I look at the book bundle three M. two meals on the plan worked out of Japan there's a lot of fear because we're not separated just to go to meals we have to line up in front of three separate doors all jam together we can't maintain six feet between this Tony Augustine is a Mexican national who is locked up at the rich would correctional center outside of Monroe Louisiana he was rounded up in an ice raid on a Mississippi chicken plant last August because he's in the country illegally like the majority of immigrants in federal custody Augustine has no criminal convictions a number for them if you want to finance in the list we have two televisions one is to the C. N. N. so we know more and more people are dying from this virus that's why were framed the guards tell us it's all lies you can't believe the T. V. but we know it's the truth a spokesman for lasalle corrections which runs rich wood says it has implemented a pandemic contingency plan which includes intense cleaning and disinfecting the living areas and monitoring detainees for illness but some federal judges have ordered ice to release a handful of sick inmates in Pennsylvania a judge said it would be quote unconscionable and possibly barbaric to keep them jammed in with other detainees a growing list of advocates from Amnesty International to the congressional Hispanic caucus are sending letters to parties complaining that more immigrants should be released on bond representative Joaquin Castro is chairman of the Hispanic caucus we Richard Gerson home on cruise ships now on a navy ship and it's no different with people were confined in a closed space in our detention centers where the corona virus can spread very quickly vice reporting at least eight detainees have tested positive for covert nineteen inside lock ups in New Jersey Pennsylvania Louisiana and Arizona the agency says the health and safety of immigrant detainees it's a top priority and to that end visitation has been suspended at all jails to prevent contagion but what about the guards ice reports at least six confirmed cases among employees at five different detention facilities Dr Chris barber is professor of epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg school of public health in a call with reporters yesterday he said during an epidemic guards can easily introduce the disease into the facility as they have that right Chris island in New York most of these facilities have three eight hour shifts every twenty four hours people are in and out of all the time going back to their communities families human rights advocates point to other U. S. jails and prisons that are trying to reduce their populations to stop the spread of infections California has granted early release to thirty five hundred inmates in county jails in Ohio Iowa and New Jersey have done the same so far ice shows no sign of following the trend John Burnett NPR

"chris barber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"chris barber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Point one zero seven eight against the dollar British found one point two nine nine six in the yen went away point six seven and that's a Bloomberg business slash common Paul Karen thank you so much really try to squeeze in your conversation with the always interesting murder Patel Margie Patel with wells capital management on a high yield on coupon in this year decidedly on total return we await the president of the Republic of France and the president of the United States in London we're monitoring that now across all of Bloomberg radio market Patel good morning is been a double digit year did you get your fair share yes we did amazingly even in the high yield market double digit returns or were given so it's a great you're all round stocks and bonds what happens after a great year in bonds I would guess our listeners in me eighty nine point seven percent of my focus is on the year after in equities what happens after a bang up your in bonds well I think the will basically look for just the return of the coupon income and not select capital appreciation so mid single digits kind of the best scenario for two thousand and twenty so market we saw you know with the sell off in the fourth quarter last year if you're not a lot of people have cash on the sidelines and willing to jump back in if you take a look at the performance in twenty nineteen if that's the case this year as you talk to your clients do they have cash and maybe they're just waiting for a pull back in the market that maybe we got like a lot a year ago yes cash and hoping for that big pull back I think this is a replay of last year a big dip the great topic jumping on because the fundamentals are still pretty good so if I were to jump in I guess the question is how much risk do I want to take away one of you know go into defensive sectors with its real estate reads consumer staples running take on a little more risk say in technology or some of the industrials well I think of Barbara approach I think the interest rate sensitive sectors like utilities like some of the reach are going to do well because we had little rate push up I think we'll see rates push down against next year in the equity market I think we have to still look for grossi sustainable growth sectors because he called me a lot slower next year is the dividend gross a yield equivalent it looks very bought like to meet Tom because returns are about where you'll get an investment grade bonds what do you model for dividend growth do you have a caller that you work with like if it's too high dividend growth your radar goes up and certainly if there's not enough diverting rolls you don't like it is Margie Patel collar to that statistic no I like to look at total return and you know the capital per a gross is a dog in the dividend you really detail so I don't like to put too much emphasis on this CSA level three so market appears at the you know the market's kind of discounting of one rate cut maybe in twenty twenty do you think that's enough to kinda support some of the riskier assets in the you know the credit side in the equity side I think the said having a steady state policy doing nothing or making a mild three cop because free to look a little on the high side compared to global rates and the slow growth but I think it's always a don't do too much the remarkable very attractive Bloomberg surveillance worldwide we bring your market Patel wells capital management we await comments by Mister McCall in Mr trump Paul sure Margie it you know it's interesting it's been such a great year for bonds for equities you know it's it's it's some of people it that we talked to were saying Jeez you can you really have to moderate your outlook for twenty twenty maybe even kind of a mid single digit return type environment cash is that's a horde Tom's case triple leverage cash what is your sense as to maybe expectations for twenty twenty well I think made due to return to teach us following after the what the return check out this year analysts inflation being low and interest rates being low so if it's a five percent year that will be bad it's will pause and the grossest all positive and he called me each year before the end of the year thank you so much for your support of Bloomberg surveillance in your wisdom and perspective on capturing a greater yield market Patel with wells capital management in Boston we're waiting for Mr McCall Mr trump we've got a camera for you looking like they're marching towards windshield us Richard frame this Paul this is Winfield house in it's really really famous it is off regent park ridge his muse off hi Susan the regent park I got it right north of Buckingham Palace away from Buckingham Palace it was basically feels and they tore down what was their ancient in it was the poor little rich your whole building the war is money a Frank will or so this is Barbara Hutton really ages ago Chris barber has change I rumor dying in nineteen seventy nine rather ancient and she was a huge deal in that social swing of the twenties and the thirties and all and she build a delegation Georgian yep manse with all the right approval said that it's got some architectural integrity but not as an ancient building then out of the green the ambassador Mister Johnson can worse gestures again play football exactly what's I mean it's a spectacular property so group excellent setting for this get together twelve acres here now the president with a busy schedule today he will move with self you did this morning rather I should say moving so who got a bit of a scrum occurring now is it looks like they wait the chamar impress wait to enter Winfield house to me stormy greeted by president trump and Paul a nasty Mr that was the word that was used this morning the amazing to see what kind of report these two gentleman can have today again at this NATO this set was supposed to be a celebration of the seventy years of the NATO but it's turning perhaps a little bit more political than some of the participants will care for we now have president trump beginning to speak if he is hosting a Mister McCall of France okay so I guess they okay they're not ready yet they're what they're doing for just kind of follow up now there's there's with the flags of America and the blue ball should Russo France as well both for intent of here now speaking is the president of the United States all conversation afterwards I wonder first of all before we begin I want to pay my respects to the great warriors.

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"chris barber" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

09:04 min | 2 years ago

"chris barber" Discussed on KCRW

"PM. The powerful Jedi shot for energy. Okay. There are some organizations just a few trying to make a change. One of them is called EKO set. It has a large warehouse, and it's run by a woman named Emily heath her title is reuse coordinator, and what she and her company does is well they recycle props. We call it our materials oasis materials, aces, where we bring all of the scenic materials props expendable 's lumber after shoot is over. We bring it here. We make it available to our community for free. Okay. So imagine a movie set. A lot of the stuff on it needs to be built walls tables, chairs you get the idea. Well, what happens after the shoot is over usually all of that stuff goes right into the trash and into the landfill. But for a fee, Emily and her team, Eka set will take all of that stuff and put it in her warehouse. And then, as she said, anyone can come and get it for free. Maybe for their personal art pieces for other movies or. Or supplies for homeless shelters. I'm doing stage piece for an artist. One of my friends for his performance all the. I mean, there's so many kids that are going to be moving in that have nothing. They've been in shelters. There's a wonderful little wooden piece here on the corner. We, we have a western shet-, and I think that with a little modification, it'll fit right in one man's trash and other man's treasure is about the solution for the environmental impact of productions in this town to talk about this more. We have the executive director Vico set in the studio with me now Chris barber. Hi. Hello. How did you come up with this idea? Well, I wish I could take credit for it myself. I was there at the beginning, but my business partner, Shannon Bahrke founded EKO set ten years ago, and she was freelancing in features and commercial productions and was really disheartened by the waste that she was seeing onset as well. So she founded echo set as a reaction to the issue of waste and misuse of resources primarily, we work on set behind the scenes of commercial shoots. But we also work on the back end with features and television shows to recirculated their sets and props and assets that they don't want to send to a landfill and what's in it for them because you see why would they pay that fame, and they can just dump it in the trash for free. I mean the business as usual for a hundred years has been, you know, just to dispose of everything after picture up, but a lot of brands and studio entities networks, they have corporate social responsibility goals that they've publicly declared and a lot of those are materials and. Conservation, we apply zero waste standards to our productions and zero waste doesn't mean that no waste is created whatsoever. It just means that ninety percent or greater of the waste is diverted from landfill or incineration. So we apply that standard to the projects, we work with onset, come up with zero as plan. We have like a EKO crew called, we're another department onset in. It's our job to do the source separating of the recycling the compost, work with all the other departments to identify what can be reused after the shoot. Give me an example of how it works. Let's say a production wants to hire echo set. They say okay, come on where shooting for five days, then. Yeah, that's exactly it the best way to work with us is in a strategic partnership, where part of like an annual program. The example I'll give you as we just worked on a five day shoot back to school commercial. And it's part of strategic partnership, we have with an advertiser, and they've been with us, for ten years, advertiser, we try to protect the privacy of the, the networks and the shows that work with us. There's a lot of intellectual property, and but the advertising we work with the most is target. So for the last ten years any target commercial you've seen probably had a sustainable behind the scenes. Oh, so you get hired on a target shoot, I guess this is the back to school. She just correct. So what happened? So we are involved from the very beginning through the bidding process. The different production companies that are hoping to be awarded the project are seeing one sheet that says, here's a sustainability goals, ecosystem strategic partner. And then they bid the. Project factoring us in the company that makes the commercial production companies, and then we have our separate budget, and our budget takes over all waste impacts. So dumpsters bins in liners onset? You might go on set and just see great trash cans, and that's pretty common across a film set. Or maybe there's one or two blue bins. But for us, it's three been sorting system. So there's green been for all the compost and food waste. There's been for all the recyclables and a teeny tiny little black been for landfill if our crew did their job sorting during the day, it's usually just one half of a black trash bag at the end of. She newly. Yeah. Instead of all track PEX, and that's taking into consideration the mounds of food and all of the tenses and cups and water bottles that ego through every day on the shoot. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean I we take a look at it once we're awarded the project. And our budget is confirmed. We then work with the line producer. The production team to figure out what's. Being created where the shoot is taking place. If there are sets that are being built we become the back end plant instead of the forty yard dumpster as a back end plan. And so knowing some shoot days are sixteen hours, you know, there's food from morning until night breakfast, catering truck lunch catering. Sometimes a second meal, it's a long day and then craft service all day long, sometimes coffee carts and smoothies. So you have all of that big long day with all of that stuff, smoothies, and everything else included. And, and so first of all, we take a look at anywhere. We can do source reduction, or waste prevention and a huge part of that is the plastic water bottles that are on a lot of productions and so instead of cases in cases of plastic bottles for us, what that looks like is saying steel water bottle, and then the production, rents water refilling dispensers. So then, then same thing with plates and forks knives, and spoons, and all that we try to work with the caterer, first of all for the sit-down meal. Everyone prefers. You know, a real plate and cutlery versus the plastic. So they can cut that waste in the first place at least for launch that's half of the waste, and then there's more grab and go walking meals. And so if that can be paper plates, instead of styrofoam, and then if it can be composed to cutlery instead of plastic that's half the battle. But yeah, food waste is a huge huge component on the five day commercial shoot, we composted twenty four hundred pounds of food and soil paper waste. So that puts it in perspective, people eating all day long. Well, where does all that go? I don't think you can under the law giveaway food. That's already been exposed. Right. Actually, a lot of people think that you could get sued if you donate food, that's a common misconception. But there is a work around. It is really, really challenging to donate prepared food, like where does it go right away within an hour of lunch. Can go bad bad. Yeah. Yeah. So what we did. Did is we mapped out the city of Los Angeles and pretty much within five miles of filming location? We've identified nonprofits that can take prepared food kind of at the drop of a hat. And so we call them ahead of the shoot. We get them in a holding pattern, if there's enough leftover, can you come? Or can we bring it to you within an hour of lunch? We don't know what time lunches might be one might be too. And if they say, yes, and they can be part of that process, then we're able to donate the pans of prepared catering food, generally, it's about eighty pounds. That's over prepared and donate -able. And so the protection that we use is the federal good Samaritan food donation act. And if you give to fight a one, c three nonprofit if they sign a liability form, then the production, the caterer EKO set is released from liability is long as nonprofit inspects the food before they serve it to their constituents. Would that include homeless shelters? Yes. Yeah. And so why aren't more productions using your services? Services like yours. I mean, that's commonly people think we're a nonprofit because we give everything away for free. That's sort of the loss leader part of our business. We are service provider, so we do have fees associated with our work, especially if we have trucks labor. The reason is it's the cost that productions don't wanna spend the money. I think, yeah, there's the cost another challenge is the timing. The coordination of adding one more thing to your list of figuring out what to do with everything afterwards. I understand how challenging it is 'cause I was a coordinator before working for ego set. And, you know, I'm sitting in the production office till midnight. And if someone added one more thing to my list, you know, that would have been really hard to try to do sustainability on top of coordinating the commercial, yeah, well, thanks for coming into.

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"chris barber" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"chris barber" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"My thanks to twiddle health span. And they gotta meet Friday song forest little arcade fire there. I'd like to thank some folks who made this all possible. And it's a little bit of a list, and I'm sure that you don't know these people, but they mean the world to me they deserve this recognition. My thanks to Dan Yorke. Todd matters Michelle Barney, Jaren Gavino James Crittenden, Eric Jones, Trevor DL Richhill rich wells, Chris barber Jason Jones. Alan Ghazi, Jim in cat Hibbard. Gosh. I don't know where I'd be without you guys. Dave Edwards are see who is the street artists who created all of those brilliant beautiful murals in the field. House Lauren Browning. Thank you. Ceremony hand Matt Williamson Bruce Taylor they put in seven days a week. A lot of times twelve fourteen sixteen hours a day even late last night. They were here the great folks at L ABC who get up every morning to do this. And they've been with us throughout the old man cave in this man cave. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Yup. Real quick. I'm half of us, Dan. I don't get sappy. But you've been here everyday to you did a lot of good stuff with design of this. You had the vision. I gotta tell you what you said April nineteenth about two months ago. I would have a week's pay on the over. But all the people you mentioned in you work it on all the little things in here. Really? Well, thank you. Thank you. And just the fact that they allowed us to do it and gave us that opportunity, and we did something really special here. So very proud of it and hope the audience, and we haven't forgot about you your right near the radio listener, you know, you're always in our thoughts, first and foremost every single day. But if you get the opportunity to complement the radio portion by getting to see us in understanding the man cave, we think it's just a better experience. Now, I mentioned twiddle had a meet Friday song. The paulie do have the title for Twitter's meet Friday. So I don't want to give away much, but my favorite line and the title stuck with the meat sweats with you. Okay. You could figure out the song. Classic song. That's too. All right. So Mahalia if you and twiddle will fire up the meat Friday song. Feeling. Say. That's wonderful. Holly. Thank you to all. The guys Ryan rook. Thank you very much stake to the left of me jerk chicken to the right? Stuck in the meets with with you. Dan, twiddle music dot com, and.

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"chris barber" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

10:59 min | 3 years ago

"chris barber" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"We got a lot of emails. Let's go to Alex Bobby in Detroit. Let me get this street Setzer everything when it comes to Jack Morrison meaningless when it comes to Chris Webber and Blake Griffin. Please explain I didn't catch. What you what he just said? He said, let me get the street stats are everything when it comes to Jack Morris and his credentials but meaningless when it comes to Chris barber and Blake Griffin. So how do you figure? No. I don't think I don't think more fame. I've said that straight out. You say based on his stats though. So he's saying you use. If you wanna talk about stats he doesn't belong in the hall of fame his stats. We're debt. Good. Right. So then that's what he's saying. Is that they applied for Morris? But then good stats are Griffin and Weber. Don't apply that's kind of what he saying. I'm saying this because Griffin. Everybody calls him a leader. He's not a leader. He has led this team anywhere number one. The TV left couldn't wait to get rid of him. He's way too overpaid. And they're playing better without them. They're going to make the playoffs. It looks like with Donham and the pistons are borderline whether they make the plants and they were picking the pistons to make the playoffs. We'll the clippers are borderline to. Yeah. Better than they're better than the pistons. Correct. In the west is tougher. Oh, I'm not saying better. Teamwork. They're a better team. But they were supposed to be better team. Correct. And here's the deal. I think that he's good offensively. I love them taken ball the Baskin drawing the POWs, although he should be getting offense about some syllables. He throws out there. But he he's could score. And I made the comedies one of the worst offensive rebounds in the league. And I talked to re Scott about that on the show. If you heard Ray said, he's a bad offensive rebound around. You're right. The only time he grabs offense rebounds on his miss shots. He did a two or three times the other night tapped in somebody else who just stands out waiting for somebody else to go. He's a terrible defensive player. Terrible worsened terrible. He won't put his hands up the leading the league give up points in the pain. And they should when you got him in there. And Drummond, you shouldn't be given all of those points in the pay now that sun all their fault. You got guards that can't guard. Anybody like Reggie Jackson. They're easy to penetrate on but you gotta get into now. He does get in the wing it offense a falls river. He won't block shots, and he puts his hands to decide. What? Good. Are they going to do you decide put them up and try to block the shot? I know you're not a good shot blocker believes try to disrupt shots and get the way tries to draw draw charge. We just dropped charges. But some of those are blocking and I've said I've found the air before I think there's an art to drawing a charge there is but there's also are to play defense. But he doesn't care. He doesn't work on his defense. He won't. He does anybody. Look, I'll give you an example, one of many one day scored forty points and was a minus player. How do you be a minus players scored forty? The other day scored I think thirty six I could be wrong on that thirty four thirty six points. Thirty eight. He was zero. Langston Galloway when Oprah six never scored a point. He was a plus thirteen because he play defense. He makes players run. A better word Griffin. Doesn't. And that's the day that whoa. You say. At least the Galloway is a better player. Les grefell? Oh, I didn't say that. Okay. I just want to make sure the plus says otherwise. But no, I didn't say that. Okay. Disappointment believes he altered tries to do something. I think Blake tries. So he doesn't try to all the all the efforts of that. So there's no effort defensively. And that's why they're losing. They gotta get better. If play doesn't score they have been or have a chance to win any games. So they're people there's a catch twenty two. There's a catch twenty two. But look he doesn't make players around him better. He's a great passer. He doesn't make players around him better. But I think though with his ability to pass he does make someplace better he's a ball. Hogging handles the ball all the time. He's one of the league leaders and turnovers yet he's terrible on that. Four four big, man. He's a very good skill passer. Which everybody admits if he had better talent than those disagree number one for two reasons. Number one, they can't get better tally because he's making all the money, and they can't get it. That's number one. And number two. He's a ball hawk. He's gotta have the ball all the time rish. Michigan be running this offense. When he's in the game. No question about there's no argument about that at all. And the other part of that argument mental move on. It's just that. Like, I've said before if they had more ballhandling wings. It wouldn't be that case really twinkies. He has no choice. Yeah. Wish misses a ball. Handler one of the us him. They do a little. Not as much as they show are another ball hitters. They won't use either. The the one thing I will agree with you. Ugh issue does need to be on the floor. Blakemore will agree. What's that issue in Blake need to play together more? I agree disagree because when they play together Griffin handles abolish doesn't that surprise? That's my point is needs to play with him and him a little bit more. Yeah. He handles the ball more. Yes. I grieve around crown sickened Chuck in Belleville five years and six million years the most money that I would ever give doing MLB player, and if the strike replacement players it'll be rough as far as you say he'd give he said the most that he would ever given MLB player is five-year max and six million max per year. I don't think I'd give him five unless the guys ruins primer nearest prime, all those contracts. Long term contracts are failures. You look at and that was his fault here when he gave Cabrera on that money, and then and then you get Martinez e wanted to release Martinez two years ago. Cabrera would have been released if he didn't make all the money, and he doesn't wanna play her. Anyway, I hope I'm Ron Opie comes up and tries to play here and gets his twenty twenty five homers eighty RBI's you still well overpaid way overpaid, but. They can win more games. If he does that took also goes on to say if they strike us replacement players, so there's some baseball. I they says as far as the af most games in the first week weren't good. And the XFL will be worse. We'll be worked. But you gotta give the time for this lead to come on. This is the first we can operation. I think they got good people behind him running the league Bill Polian. Like, Vince McMahon Polian. Good football, man. He's a doggone good football, man. I agree. So there you go. There you go right there. Take a couple more emails, Pat and Dearborn talking about my favorite the cubs. He says, what do you guys think about the cubs because of how tough that division is all the distractions with Aston Russell, Tom Ricketts, family emails, and the fact that Lester and hamels for thirty five result. And Joe man's lame duck manager he wouldn't be surprised if they end up in third behind St Louis, the Milwaukee. Wow. Loses better. They some absolutely Chicago hasn't and the prefer Chicago win. They're going to have to get a comeback year. They talk about the injuries. Forget the injury. They gotta to get a comeback year from Bryant he had a bad year before the injury. They got to get a comeback year from him. They gotta get a comeback when they stupidly, and I do mean stupidly, and I said at the time gave all that money to the pitcher for Chicago Darvish Darvish boil. Boy. He was terrible last year. They gotta get those guys going. Yeah. Those guys are long in the tooth. That's why they need they need a spark plug. If I was a cubs. I would get Kyko. Whoa. Really? Yeah. They don't have that kind of money to spend. They're not spending die. They got that kind of money. They're not spending. It though, there's shellshocked because the Darvish that's that's my opinion based on what I've heard I probably very good opinion. And also remember they give hamels the options twenty million again. Thirty five years old hamels was good though for him. He really was the dealer. No Cole hamels. Oh, I thought you said Hamilton. So what are you talking about an old Cole hamels? He's okay. He's good pitcher twenty million dollar options. So they had to pick that up. So that's obviously somewhere money. It's way too much. I think they finish. I still think that they win the division. But I think it's a very very close. Milwaukee wins that division came. Remember came down to that last game last year. I know I'd like my walk into winter. Darvish comes all the way back and Russell proven that. He's not a bad apple off the field, which I don't think he can. That's the key though is Darvish Darvish and third baseman. He's got him back and bounce back this year, Dr. This is your spark plug though, you mentioned that I agree with you. Spark plug him coming back. We'll come back to the days. He was before. Because he's been away from a too long the injuries. I don't think I think he'd be a pretty good pitcher. But when he ten games that's not the kind of money to get him to win ten games. Cracked fifteen games. Minimum minimum where I don't think. He's going to do it. Where do you see him finishing? Milwaukee wins the division. See Louis and comes battle for second. Do you think that both Saint Louis in the cubs are wildcard teams on? They could be again. Depend what's going on? You got a couple of drizzly veterans in that rotation the cubs which Pat mentioned. Yeah. So we'll see. You got another Email. Let's take that Lahat pet fouled up with Harper Machado. He said how many years do you think? Harper Machado went up signing for most MLB teams are wising up and not offering the ten years, and they shouldn't correct. I would give I would be like boy in Belleville. I'd give him five years a piece. Yeah. Okay. And how much do you think that they're worth not anymore than that? Because what are they proven? Listen guy. Brian had a bad Europe. Brian. I'm going back to Brian. You had a guy. Harper had a bad year last year in Washington to forty seven. They wanted him out of their power numbers were good to be average bad average. Use band is outfield. Play was horrendous. So I give them both five years. And if you don't take let s get them somewhere else and how much per year five years in what twenty million a year? It's an awful lot again. Fifteen a year. Okay. It's an awful lot to give. You just gonna follow up real quick with the division with the cubs. The cardinals and the birds, I think all three of those seems right? The playoffs though. I think that's a pretty good observation. I still have to win women division. But I think Saint Louis and walk your tonight a real shock if Harper signed with San Francisco, I agree. That's what the report Washington from a radio DJ. And if I were to have my to pick I pick Machado number one. Although he said some off the field issues too as his as his Harper. So I'm not sure. If you have a quick comment or question on sports. You gotta make it pretty quick close. We haven't got much time left. 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"chris barber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"chris barber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Be back at the station doing his find jobs. You always does talk and sports and various other items. So look forward to hearing Ken momentarily power the musketeers defensive player of the game. Brought to you by Kelsey Chevrolet. Who's your pick the Joe Tyree? Terry Jones, did everything's Abraham had three blocks and six deals. He had two of the blocks and one steal long with ten defensive rebounds. He was an animal on both ends of the floor. He is our Kelsey Chevrolet defender of the game. Alright. Byron how about your Kroger? Star of the game. Does sound like a tape recorder. Tyreek Jones again is our player the game. He gets a double double nineteen points, twelve rebounds to block shots one. Still in thirty three minutes. He was outstanding. The Kroger star of the game is brought to you by Kroger. Stop by your neighborhood. Kroger today, you'll find great food and low prices throughout the store, you know, if you like watching big. Battle you had Dade watching the other side. He scored sixteen grabbed four rebounds. He was seven at twelve for providence battling Jones inside that was quite a show those two players per today. Very very good. And you know, what a lot of tyreek Jones's buckets were from great post feeds from Paul Scruggs. Tyreek jones. So it it helps to have a lot of his points y'all were uncontested dunks because they were great plays made on the front end. And he was finishing it on on back in you mentioned Quinton Gooden with some of those assists. Byron he had seven assists. He's now moved into ninth place all time Xavier assist leader. Yeah. Gels abor. There are different team when he plays at this level. He also made two threes. And this is the quaint good and everybody was hoping they were gonna get this year. I mean, he was he was at the top of his game and Wednesday replace what he's planning that wells abors a really really good team the musketeers take on Seton Hall. Dave you're on the road. That'll be on February. Twentieth. Wednesday your time at six thirty tip off. At seven pm that games on fifty five KRC. Our next coaches show from Lazio's coal fire pizza will be on Thursday. February the twenty first that's from seven to eight that'll be on fifteen thirty ES. Joe we, oh, we only have three coaches shows left in the next coaches show. Xavier's academic advisor, Chris barber. He's gonna be there for a segment, and then the second last show abors athletic director, Greg Christopher will be there. And then the last show the very last show, we'll have the seniors.

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