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"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:43 min | 2 months ago

"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

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"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:02 min | 3 months ago

"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

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"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:51 min | 5 months ago

"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"For me almost disrupts the flow of of the rest of it I. Think every other song on Boehner on. Percents perfection and she's one just just isn't it? Every other song on that album is a ten. She's the one that was like seven point five you know and so in my opinion and I realized like this, this is why this is in the category. Springsteen fans love this song like I realize. This is heresy for me to be saying this well, not as bad as mine. Mine Choice was jungle land I was going say. Yes, it was not like. So. Yes. Yeah. That is fun. Yeah. That is interesting. Yeah. Now for what it's worth I would rather hear Bruce in the eastern band do a full fled version of buddy holly's. Not Fade away. then. He's the one right like. Or. Like if if they started in like they mix, she's the one in the middle and the finished with not fade away made it more. I would like it better so There are live cuts from doing. Yeah. Would budget very cool. Yeah. Let me ask you this not not not to divert. That's. You've already done like said two or. Three of these, right? Yeah. Which which answer a question who surprised you the most wh-what answer surprise you of ours. So someone did dancing in the dark which did not shock me you know. That's a yeah. You know she's the one I think is right up there with a I think that's a legitimate. doing let me look at We take care of our own. Chris Bloom from South Africa that was his answer. So he that song overrated like candidates on be over I didn't know that's highly I in my mind a song has to be highly regarded before it's over rated song soggy hated the promise. ooh, that's controversial. It's very controversy. Ultra Fair battle. Yes, and you know. And that's what I love about this. Right because there there is we each have our own kind of individual what speaks to us and I think. Well, let's go song that is under. It let's the question. Yeah. My answer on this radio nowhere. I think. We did magic if you weeks ago on our podcast and I quoted Eddie vetter apparently Eddie vedder was in a conversation just a couple of. Quoted in two thousand and seventeen just randomly telling somebody how much he loves radio nowhere and I gotta say Man Eddie Vedder he's pretty good taste in music and. He's right a perfect rock song and I think people don't think about it in those terms because it's part of the latter day springsteen catalogue if if if he had put out radio nowhere in the nineteenth. We will be talking about it is one of the greatest rock and roll songs ever written and I think the only reason it doesn't get played a lot. He's just because it shows up later in its catalog it doesn't have the sentimentality of the earlier work. And he also doesn't. When when he's doing a, he picks very few from the later end of his career, right? Like it's not the end. So yes, I agree I think that's a great pick and I think to help prove it right is the The montage of Italian you know musicians I don't know if you saw that early in the pandemic I. Will Send you the link I. I'm seeing your face there was a There was a group of Italian musicians that did a version of radio nowhere and to raise money. Yeah, and it is and you know and they're all individually you know Dave, they've all recorded by themselves self-isolating and then someone mix it together, I will send it to you and you will go see here we go you you will love it. And I I almost for this category I almost picked a different song from magic because I feel like I think magic as an album is underrated and you can pick on this but I, the reason I picked radio nowhere is because it is such a big because I i. think the tendency is to think it's over simplistic as a rock song you know what I mean. And like you said, sort of dismiss it because it shows up later in the body of work. But like I said it is like Musicians go their whole lives wishing they could write a song as good as radio nowhere and it is it tight? Is it? Gets in and gets out exactly what it is attempting to do. It has such a great melody such great chorus. The guitars are insanely good. Every single thing about that song is. freaking amazing. So yeah. We're good. All right. I picked a better days because I had to for better days on my listed. So you know as. I did things a little bit different than you perhaps and I love your thought of just going I went okay. I have a handful of songs that I know I want to have on this list. So therefore, which of these best categories will it fit? So yeah. So very nice. And I just sent you the link to that video. So after you can check it out, oh, I will all right Song that you love. Our this this one's the easiest one. It's thunder road. Yeah. Me Too I mean that was. Yeah was it really? Yeah everybody is. But go. In. Thunderbird.

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"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

07:46 min | 7 months ago

"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Could be another fusion as rape bucket round nothing. To learn a bit more about whether I'm thinking right or wrong it well, I know that Bella Pori has been on the show multiple times and she is quick to tell me that there is a. There is a pretty significant lesbian following a moose that they in a lot of ways he's become too many you know in a lesbian icon, which is I think really cool. You're also asking. You're asking. If someone has a springsteen tribute band in their city to reach out to them and ask them to send information do about. Yeah. Obstinacy if the running springs defines in south, America have not been out to find any be talking to a lady. Comes from one of the one of the so than citizen Brazil. She says that lives in big spring stink. So the Vandam there. Doesn't seem to be a tribute band this year. On know whether that's culture whether it's The symbol the reason behind it so Again I guess in the Sobe in China. Fan I would he'd Japan should. There's a big karaoke thing is well pass. On Your Web enjoying bruise so. Wise have been bruce adults. There is. Yeah I agree with you Andrew Chris. Bloom is from South Africa He's been on the show a couple of times. So I'll email him an ask Gambia knows of any tribute bands from that area you know, and then you're also saying Not. Just, street art any kind of art if you've done springsteen drawings paintings. You WanNa see. There I mean in boss along with his. So of Representation dolls. You know the couple of the caricatures have been doing. Yeah but I'm I'm guessing there must be at all rafted. Will this the fact that? I'm. trending in the book. Now I don't think so. You know the biographies of. A pretty pretty drive to be honest they don't really. I don't know I'm a I'm Ashton I'm thinking I'm a fan. An APP, I have some graduated thinking at times I think. I think one of not speak to the crazy seems to be on there is A. Different ways of looking at it. Yeah. The Nets. Yeah, and this September been doing this podcast for five years I have had. Over four hundred episodes were talking to different people about their spring fandom and So you know I've been lucky enough get people. comes out Africa Australia Russia you know a different European countries. All. Over the US. Oh, I hear you. couple of last things you wanted I think this'll be interesting. You said that if anyone has a spring steamed blog or podcast or something descend information, I will certainly send you a write up about my pod gas. Picture my logo kind of talking about it. and then I think the last thing the the Bramall Lane concert in. sonoma mediate. Could probably get if few business from the about is wounded if there was any fans with specific with him again. As I did have another computer at bad some funded fun email along the phone that when. All right and as a guy was replaced officer on the day and other people so nice. Few stories around that guns that probably will be published in don't. Generally Suggested that everyone now, because I'm sure they're going Gosh Andrew has a lot of stories. Why aren't you asking Jesse WE'RE GONNA have Andrew Back when the book is closer to be published and we're GonNa do a standard episode where I ask him are normal springsteen discussions an where reunion at the book. But. Today this is specifically were just looking for data. So Andrew, how did they send you this data? Basically email address. Okay. Let's give it to me. I'm going to be blown out but that's What my physical address yeah. but that the email addresses. A should be quite easy to remember see spa she. Real. So it's bust that she has which is spell. As a laugh. At. G Mail. Okay. All right that's bras and chef edgy mail dot com. That's B. O. S.. One way the first. Yeah, B.. O. S. S. B. A. N. D. S. H. E. F. F.. F. B. O.. That's An okay. Got It. Great it. Great Windy. You need this by. 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"chris bloom" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:07 min | 9 months ago

"chris bloom" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"W. away I now live from that W. O. A. I. studios in San Antonio it's the Joe pags show okay so to talk to call eight eight eight nine four one tags not so great Joe has the day off blue that he fell again I just got an email from Chris bloom Daddy who's your number one worst actor of all time because I get on this during the first hour of the show so before I give them top headlines I want to throw it out because polo and I've been talking about this problem your your worst actor of all time if I remember kind of a fun Friday topic was female in it was tell me again Julia Louis that's right Juliette Lewis in you are one of a percent correct I don't think she's very good anyway okay so my top five Val Kilmer a lot of people are gonna be shocked I see Val Kilmer because when he was younger he showed a lot of promise a top gun Iceman I'm right on it doc Holliday in tombstone I loved it but then I did Batman we got fat and everything just went straight downhill from there number four John Claude van Damme no I liked blood sport I cannot tell you anybody that could do a split between two chairs with his quick and Jacob berry pretty much touching the floor deserves a Pat on the back but when it comes to acting John Claude total DOT number three if John Belushi and Chris Farley had a kid would be Kevin James the problem is he didn't get their Daddy's talent number two on my list Steven Seagal now above the law I thought was really really good until Steven Randy and I thought how can a guy be that tough in that slick looking and yet run like a girl it kind of ruined it for me but my number one worst actor of all time and I love this guy I'm gonna preface this by saying I love him deuce Bigalow rob Schneider these Bigelow the hot chick the animal deuce Bigalow European gigolo jungle shuffle the bench warmers he was actually pretty good the bench warmers the best thing about rob Schneider is used to be a Democrat and realize how crazy California's any switch over a Republican so I got to give him some credit there follow what you think rob Schneider initially that okay I would almost agree with you but I think we're talking about this earlier when he came out with that Netflix series which was basically about himself and I haven't seen that yet yeah it was kind of like a like a like a fake chirality show cannot actually like them you know it made me like him more you know I did of course do you think about all the other movies he's been where he or he's had his little you know cameos with family you know I Adam Sandler has kept rob Schneider fed for twenty years this is your neither one of them are very good but I love them both like I'll watch anything out of sailors in anyway but you know you need to he he's he's one of the ones where I've I've watched just about every single thing that he's done yep even like the the most recent one that uncut gems or whatever but he's the same guy in every movie I know he is but he's our same guy yeah so is a Greek on that what your top stories out there on a Friday in Seattle you've got the mayor of Seattle Jenny Durkan calling these protesters these domestic terrorists patriots I kid you not calling them patriots she still hasn't owned up to the fact that she ordered the police of the precinct she hasn't done it in she won't do it and now she's basically saying that they are great Americans here's the positive okay couple headlines out there just really in the last twenty minutes first of all you got to B. C.'s governor sending a warning to those looking to set up Nashville but Thomas owns thing is not to be tolerated he's the first one usually need that first one was the same thing with the the coronavirus in the beginning everybody's like oh my god run for the hills everybody's gonna die it's the plague and then finally you had a couple people go on wait a minute hold on a second so now you have the same thing happening here you just gotta let you dig you gotta let these far left crazies punch themselves out yeah I think that's what's happening now they get a little to get a little tired if you're gonna see if people start pushing back you've got Tennessee's governor saying not gonna happen here you've got the mother of Trayvon Martin calling for more cops saying she disagrees with calls to phone the police that's what we need to start happening more and that's exactly what you're going to see because you're gonna have other governors follow the governor of Tennessee's lead you're gonna have other people follow Trayvon Martin's moms lead because now they're not alone it takes it takes bravery to step up to the plate and not go with the flow we don't see a lot of bravery we see a lot of cowardly acts with people pandering and saying whatever they have to say in order to seem like they're woke you can't be afraid of being called racist you got to stand your ground if you know you're right and you gotta speak your mind and I think I hope you're gonna see more and more people doing that how about president trump's can return holding his rallies first one's gonna be next Friday in Tulsa Oklahoma if you go you have to sign a waiver saying you won't see the campaign if you get the Kerr of ours at the rally the funny part about this is this is where the hypocrisy just I sit back and I laugh I laugh when I see Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi railed against building a wall to keep illegals out to keep this country safe from drug traffickers and sex traffickers yeah you go back to two thousand six and they're signing all kinds of stuff when her body was president wanting a wall it's like wait a minute what what's changed other than your guy is in the White House now from how you fell back in two thousand six now you're saying the same thing with the customers you didn't see any Democrat speaking out against all these protesters and rioters for fear of spreading the coronavirus but then all of a sudden trump says he'll have a rally in Tulsa oh my god you can't do that you're jeopardizing the lives of these people.

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"chris bloom" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

07:20 min | 9 months ago

"chris bloom" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"Really George Alton show and we sure that you will a swell starts for the Jordan having show on apple podcast spotify or every. Listen to podcast. That is the Jordan Hobby show on Apple. Podcast spotify or wherever. You listen to podcasts. The podcast Chris Bloom. Strand was great. Because it's the Chris. Expert in bacteria has been following for twenty something years and he understands the intricacies of the deals that she has done. The is the one that I found most fascinating. The general re deal which we talked about on the podcasts a little bit but the significance of that was she had this phenomenal. Run profit board coke cocaine various other things that had generated enormous returns and bullshit was holding these stocks that now had very inflated valuations and Berkshire itself was trading three times book value and Burke. She's concentration equities meant that book value was also quite inflated because it held expensive stuff like Coca Cola and so by acquiring General Ray four stock which. He doesn't like doing but he did it. On this occasion for this reason January's book to be treasuries and it was more like a cash. He merged Berkshire which was this inflated Stock Portfolio Trading Three Times that stock portfolio with an undervalued cash volume. So basically what he did is he completely de risk the portfolio going into what tend to be a pretty nasty. Boston gave him the cash to then reinvest and take advantage of that run through the early two thousands. Think that quite have that same problem now because the equities is somewhat not. It's been rough run for value. Investors like me and buffeted better in value investor and a different type of investment. Also been a very rough run for Berkshire and for Buffet. Note that they've done anything wrong. They haven't made any mistakes they just haven't maybe IBM but they haven't seen the return said they sort of stocks that are typically generated the pastas lots of theories about that person not can beat everybody to death with F. underperformance value theories we went to. I think the Ford Return on Berkshire. I think it's a little bit higher than most folks are giving them credit for actually the Fullerton and could be something like fifteen percent compounded for like to ten years. I think it's reasonably high the moment because they've got some holdings are a little bit and say apple is a big holding. Apple is one of the I think apple is one of the cheaper of those Fan Mag facebook Apo ammo facebook Amazon Netflix. Google Microsoft of those very high tech names that was. I think that was a really good purchase. That right the time. Put a lot of money into another big holding still compared to those other techniques reasonably cheap. I think it's got some some room to run the wholly-owned subsidiaries to have good prospects generating a lot of freight cash flow the next short period of time so if there's any weakness in the market Berkshire is in a very good position to take advantage of it. The second time around my estimate for Here from here on an is a little bit. I don't know if it's quite hard to handicapped big Shiro Marquel because I think Markelle just by virtue of the fact that a small has more opportunities. It's hot if a book she to deploy meaningful amounts of capital just because MARKLE's twelve billion dollar company. Berkshire is a four hundred twenty billion dollar company. There's just more opportunities for Marco. Having said that I wouldn't be surprised if Berkshire just because you get the greatest capital allocate investor to ever do it fully cached up probably going out to battle for the very last time. I kind of like Bichir but Michael could also have a good run through the both the returns sort of eleven to thirteen to fifteen percent compound for a little while. This episode follows two episodes where we only talking about Berkshire hathaway. So I want to repeat too much of what I said in those two episodes but as a mason before I added to my position here just a few days ago in one hundred seventy two and whenever I look at what's evaluation on looking at cash equities call three hundred billion dollars. So how much am I going to pay for the operating companies to me there Stephanie? Worth a lot more than one hundred billion dollars. It's very difficult to make an accurate calculation on that but something that spending off called a twenty billion plus annually. Yeah it's probably worth a lot more than one hundred billion dollars so when I'm looking at the stock I'm thinking well probably around the third percent discount right now so I would agree with the internal rate of return calculation the before toby. It's not like the biggest discount is probably very similar to the discount. That Michael is trading at right. Now Toby I agree with your irr. I came up with eleven percent. One I did mine and you were saying thirteen eleven plus or whatever and I got say I wasn't accounting for the look through earnings on the company. I was accounting for the earnings. That you're seeing on the Berkshire our financial statements so for people that don't understand that term look through earnings. We talked about it a couple times on the show buffets talked about it in his shareholder letters from time to time in all. This is how we were previously talking about. Non Operational subsidiaries paying a dividend to Berkshire well the rest of that payout ratio so a payout ratio is. Let's say I. I made a one dollar of earnings per share on a company in thirty percent of that was paid out as dividend. Well sixty six percent of that still remains on that company's balance sheet as earnings and anyone who understands how the accounting works well that sixty six percent of earnings remaining on your balance sheet adds value to the the share price of that company over time. So when you're looking at Berkshire hathaway and they got such a substantial amount of non operational subsidiaries on their balance sheets that means they've got a lot of look through earnings at aren't showing up on any of their financial statements. But are there if you start digging into what those operational subsidiaries the rest of the payout ratio. That's not being paid to them. So I think if you account for that I could easily see how you could get to thirteen percent. Maybe even higher on an I. R. Beyond what I came up with with eleven percent just using the financials that are being reported by Berkshire the twenty billion dollars in earnings. There's another twenty that's looked for one hundred and fifty billion hundred and eighty seven billion dollars in cash four hundred twenty billion dollar market so the actual wreckage that you're paying for is cheap relative to the earnings currently generating but including a look through. It's very very cheap. You can look at picture. On the book value of advice it's very simple. Metric will use it fair investment companies and full insurance companies. So it makes sense to use it here. I think that you can think about the price to book. Value is being the absolute floor. Oh book value being the floor evaluation for Berkshires clearly with more than Book Valley and Buffet himself was said that he will buy stock back at one point three times. Book Valley and North of one point three times book value so he thinks that he has done that back at a high price. See you buying at a price. Below which Buffett buy the stock right now because trading about one point one four times book valley didn't get much cheaper than at the bottom down close to book. Maybe something like.

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"chris bloom" Discussed on Eu tava la

Eu tava la

04:14 min | 11 months ago

"chris bloom" Discussed on Eu tava la

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"chris bloom" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

09:15 min | 11 months ago

"chris bloom" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"High integrity decentralized to the point of abdication as Munger said capital Allocation Stock Selection Insurance underwriting king abandoned opportunities all these things are in the ethos of the company. I personally believe that there will generally be okay. It's hard to imagine that there isn't some impact so if I kind of go through each of the businesses like the insurance operations I think those don't change a ton thick. They've got plenty of brainpower with G to still manage that part I know. Buffet helps jeep but deal flow. I think absolutely has to be impacted. How many business founders sell their business for less than they could probably get somewhere else to sell to buffet specifically that I think is a very real advantage that he's built as a way of cashing in on his reputational capital that he's built over the last fifty years of doing business the right way. He deserves to pay less than market because he has done such a good job with his reputation. I also think the performance of any CEOS in the subsidiaries of all these different companies. It could go down. I mean when you are having to send a letter to Warren Buffett about your operations for that year and report to local Warren. Like how you did and you WANNA make him proud. He's not around. It could slip a little bit. I mean I think that's just sort of natural human nature. I think the portfolio management side of things will be just fine with Ted and todd. I think both those guys are really sharp but target imagine it. There isn't less remote host worn and Charlie just mostly probably because of the deal flow aspects. They have to get in line and pay. Whatever else is paying for acquisitions? You're just not going to get the same kind of deals and therefore the same kind of returns on the businesses that you're buying because you're probably GONNA have to pay a little bit higher price for everything so on net. It won't be as good but the ethos still makes it one of the better companies in the world as far as how clean they are and how they do business. Suject rule simply. What's the biggest threat to Berkshire Hathaway or opinion? I would probably say complacency and that can come in different ways. I think that this management team. That's been around since nineteen sixty five deserves the benefit of the doubt on all things they've earned it however is a shareholder you can get complacent about when things start slipping a little bit for instance picking the book value out of the report. It's a little bit of changing the goalposts somewhat. I mean the timing of when he's done it and there've been a few other changes. I won't go into them because they're they're down in the weeds for most investors. But if you want to read a deep dive on that I would suggest checking out semper. Augusta's letter I don't know if you've ever read that one. But Chris Bloom Strand I think is one of the best analysts on the planet and he does a call it. A fifty page write up of Berkshire every year. He's a true true expert at this company. But anyway I think he's highlighted some of the places where they will change a little bit of things in reporting or move parts of the business and it'll be a little bit less clear how that business did or what the returns on equity were for that segment of the business mostly in the name of trying to make the numbers easier for the average person to understand but for the very very deep dive analyst. It clouds some of what we used to be able to know about the company so those little things can slip here and there that the disclosures part of things because the management has earned such a reputation. You can get complacent about just assuming that they're always doing the right thing all the time and that can get you into a dangerous place. Let's take a quick break and hear from today sponsor brought to you by capital one. You know how it feels when you've saved enough for that long awaited home edition now. Imagine saving enough for an addition on that addition. That's the feeling with capital one. Where new savings account earns five times? The national average capital one is helping you earn more towards your savings goals. This is banking reimagined. What's in your Wallet Capital One? Na member FDIC USPS shipping rich are increasing so now is the time to save the central online from Pitney bowes starting at just four ninety nine a month with central online from Pitney Bowes is just clicking send you save up to four percent off. Usps or two male and for being the investment podcast listener. You receive a free thirty day trial to get started and free ten pound scale to ensure that you never overpay you can now print shipping labels and stamps right from your computer schedule package. 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So if you imagine these companies that are owned by Berkshire inside of Berkshire but they're publicly traded companies and they're doing their own business they're generating their own cash flows and sometimes they're paying dividends to Berkshire and so last year there. Ten largest holdings in their securities portfolio delivered three point eight billion dollars in dividends. They got sent to Omaha. Checks that showed up in the Berkshire checking account while those companies had another eight point. Three billion dollars in retained earnings last year. So that's money that's created inside of the companies that they own but that Berkshire doesn't really have control over it. It's still within the company and when I say that eight point three billion dollars that's figured out by taking the percentage that Berkshire owns of the company and then applying that percentage to what the total amount was so just to make the math easier. Like let's say that. Let's say ten percent of Apple. An apple earned one hundred billion. Will inside of that you could imagine that Berkshire Kinda earn ten billion through their ownership of Apple. I think you can't assign a dollar for dollar valuation to those earnings is that it could very likely be that company. That is making the decisions on that dollar. Where does it go to could be making bad cap allocation decisions and even making that dollar worth zero like we've seen that before with companies that make stupid choices with the money that's generated? It does not accrue as shareholder value. It ends up disappearing so the first kind of metric that we have to look at is. What do they do with the money? And I think buffets obviously trying to choose companies that have the ability to invest in projects that will generate further returns on capital. And keep this engine running and even growing and so you start to see why he's such a big fan of buybacks is because that instead of that dollar inside of that portfolio company going off into maybe a project that is destroying value. Maybe it gets bought back now. And His share of the company now increases. Obviously the price paid matters for that as well. So if they're overpaying for their buybacks than they are destroying value for the remaining shareholders including Berkshire and then the other part that. I think you should think about there. Is that money stays within apple or wells Fargo or wherever it is that Berkshire owns berkshires. Not Having to pay taxes on it at the moment so there's already call it a fifteen to twenty percent. Maybe even twenty one savings by not sending that money to Berkshire to them control. So there's no easy answer there because it's very fluid on like what do they end up doing with the money that determines the future value of what that retained earning was worth but those are some of the parameters that I think about I look at the retained earnings inside of the portfolio companies. You know it's fascinating. This is a topic that Buffett has been talking about a lot lately. I think this is a great accounting discussion. And it's something that many young investors don't understand. I Know Stig and I have talked about look through earnings for the non operational subsidiaries numerous times on the show and it's really neat to see him bringing up more more and. I think it's important because there's a lot of value there. That's not immediately evident if you're simply looking at the income statement the consolidated income statement for Berkshire Hathaway Okay so with all of that said talk to us about your intrinsic value for Berkshire hathaway.

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"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Talk to you Chris. I hope twenty twenty is a great year for you your lovely daughter and your family. I my hope. Hope is that he tours. I win the lottery and he stare in South Africa and That we can share a beverage together before going to the show. I think that's a plan that sounds like a plan. Well a happy tours as well. I'll make sure the rest. He gains. myself Dr again to England in June and July two to visit my mom and my reverend sister So would that not be perfect. I came into my head. What if story in the UK you ca- that time because going back historically that's always sort of been a favorite time of his tour Europe yes so may- maybe this is going to be a fingers crossed? See what see what happens as mentioned Lynch Delia. We talked about earlier. Good luck with your job hunting job. Search I've every fun something very soon. You know what's funny is there is an opening for like a A customer service supervisor for one of the Airlines and and I applied and I went and told Linda I said okay. You want to hear the dream. You want to hear the optimistic dream. She goes yes because she's always you. You know smiles at me and everything I said I get. I get hired for this job. That gets free airline tickets as a benefit. We're going to see every ratio in the world baby. So yes I appreciate that listeners. I hope you're having a great twenty twenty Please connect to us. I tunes rate reviews. That is how people find us and take care of yourselves. Chris have a wonderful evening. Thank you for visiting with me and we will talk to you soon but you just and you just heard the fun talk hard rock music album raking band thinking joy spring lyric readings story sharing pie. That is the lingers Settling Bruce is part of the southgate media podcast group. The theme. For Settlers Bruce was written by David Rosen used by permission..

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"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

16:40 min | 1 year ago

"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"And then I sort of video which was even more well it just just the way he was singing it live as he was as he was walking in in the in the video and I think that was a a pivotal moment but the movie Philadelphia less Plus too so I think that Hov AIDS sort of voted to the white heterosexual male population. Because I think up until that point it was something that You'd think has nothing to do with nothing to do with us. But now he's put people like Tom. Hanks and Bruce springsteen tonight's acting that part in Bruce springsteen singing about it makes you more aware were aware of it and the way they show empathy. Predate the Hawks Games with the characters that they portraying I think that was the both for Piva toy making degrades population aware of of the issues. So I think what I find interesting is To use a cliche cliche. Hindsight is always twenty. Twenty both Bruce and and little steven has talked about that that if they had to do it all over again little seed and said he would not have left the band that He you know He. He said it was the worst financial financial decision. He's ever made in his life Now he did specifically Would he have done I'm not gonNA place on the city and would he have not. He was very politically active at the time. Would he have still done that if he was an e street band. Member don't know but but he said on he was with an interview And I'm GONNA pull up the PODCAST Uh with the crater billions And he specifically talked about that he wishes he had not left because it financially was a really bad idea and he has. He said that That he tells current band members. Look doc you guys can go do whatever you want but Stay together because you're never going to get the podcast. Is the BOM with Brian. Copeland men It was earlier this year. It's a wonderful PODCAST and little all Stephen talks a little bit about everything so I am. Bruce's said that looking back they could have just taken some time I'm off and they. They could have stayed a band What what are your thoughts about that? I'm sorry I I Chris from your question about the greatest hits no no no. You're good at nothing thing that win win the band In that time was the wasn't many legacy at a a bit. A legacy bands for lack of a better description was so hip and popular. There was some bands going out and singing the same old songs. Just a cashier on hits. They made in the sixties. Yeah and I think as much as I love the beach boys I think they. They had become that they had become a kids touring band hour and a half. They play all the hits and everyone. You know. Wears their Hawaiian prints print shirts and they throw beach. Goes around. And especially if it's an outside concert and you have a great ninety minutes of you know it's it's a jukebox concert You know the e street band with the exception of maybe the reunion tour has never been which is criticizing no if The beach boys which turned up in Durban. It'd be I guess up to Iota is So I always got even from tunnel. None of love Must be the end of his career. They can't be. Its history telling us but popstars generally in the twenties when they fame some relief it-it's but it's always they're on the down would cut by them up. You're gone through the loss. Fits your thinking thinking thinking this any each time. I think what is this is. This is awesome so I think at the time Just before he retires he wants something different without the band and I even didn't think about the the two thousands when greatest hits came out while the band were reforming for a few tracks in his tracks were bit. Now listen to this morning just the extra tracks extra full tracks on the album. It's more of a bored in the USA. Sound since you seem that keeps going back to that so more rookie springsteen sound and it was a documentary which is quite good which I think was caught a cold blood brothers right I think with which they show on TV here. Surprisingly I remember seeing that But then they they was the ghost of Gite came out in the eighty eighty five within resolve him. Reversing away from the Bantu. Get and you know. It's not my favor is a few good songs on them. A more of a more of a band fan said that right talk some good songs. Some of the songs translated willing to live if banned performances of US still listen to another is just like a trainee noise. The you know just the songs just just gone. Just do nothing to me. Ready Inane off that they were just like nothing it. It was until I knew he was on a soda. Toll in ninety six whenever neighbor was actually a boot lake over over the show. That's just remember the oxycontin on about this and I'm It was a seat of Sadako. CD I actually voted at Rickshaw. So how how noble the Pizza NBA records was was setting his bootleg CD and it was. It was quite interesting. To listen isn't because this has been quite widely probably it got out quite follow because he is basically tells the audience to shut up. Stop clapping during one of the songs because he is putting him off important Again it wasn't you know. Why don't you acoustic sums of fun in innocent into this to see diesel based on Anita tunnel things up you need a little more rock and roll Paul? Yeah a little bit more rock and roll like the Promised Land just has to be a full band. Some germ acoustically it to me. It just doesn't episode. No surrender the mystic bishop. They surrender on seventy five eighty five a really enjoy sure Andrew preferred that one that it to the rich and I think there is like The Acoustic version of born to run where slows it. Down a little bit is is something pretty amazing to And I think that's sometimes that's the beauty of his music is to have it done like a the the ability for it to go through these different whether it's the full band or just the Cousteau Sad I prefer land of hope and dreams with the full band and the street horns and everything going on. But I certainly can't deny the beauty of on Springsteen on Broadway where he's Goes from dancing dancing in the dark straight to land of hope and dreams just on his guitar is pretty magical so it just I. I said some the phone to run. That did work quite well acoustically when he did that. In on the tunnel up to You know some some songs work in some some guys to talk. Giant is much better rid of the band font. Well so and I think what's what's funny and yeah I mean that not an Haha but just kind of surprising is how much Atlantic city has become become an e street band song. I've been I I think of it as the band doing it. I'm sorry sorry yes I love. The band's version leave on helm doing it but well I'm talking about the band. Version is what I think of when I think of you've Atlantic city now in as much as the seeger sessions is all good when you hear the regular Easter Bandou Atlantic city. It's you you you can picture a little bit what the Electric Nebraska would've been dying back to the plugged it. TV plugged. Yes I think that was the first time we heard it Ah pumped up to city hall. A general release Yada can Still is a song. Bali probably listened to again the breast Nebraska slot bit of Stop Stop by first choice when thinking of putting a springsteen right album on the full. This suddenly became a song Bob Interested in. Yeah absolutely the same with Youngstown. A Live in New York City. Yes where we we. We're just just having a blast so I'm GonNa Change offer a little bit You still have not been able to see Western stars. Correct I happened. That's not of all the legitimate DC. I did I did search for Tara which I didn't fund which is probably a check in the record store. You're still say record store. Yes we do guests yet. That tells you how old they are but yes yes. I checked actually on Monday to see if the amongst the DVD's if the DVDs arrived because nobody yeah the DVD's tend to get in quite quickly but we wasn't in the cinemas some you have the DVD arrives on About I'd have a working. DVD last upper BAFTA the. What trauma computer? Yeah exactly royal. TD input onto. Yes absolutely what Chris has been great. This is we were a wide diverse topics and catching up and that's great Any final thoughts. I'm well a spectator of end of the dock period. Yes I think ninety eight twenty released Tracks six united that was the start of intense period because from nine until the end of the the rising tour I guess he was. He was active. And at the same. In time you'd that was also got the Internet in ninety seven but I guess ninety-eight she stopped to Follow Bruce springsteen forums and news stuff found my way around so suddenly the news. Wohlsen set Ray IOS hearing more about him so he was he coming out his don period. coming out my dog periods to said that was was getting things. TV here was becoming more popular. So those more music news news around. Yeah And you know now than it is We truly truly our global world with information. And when you hear of him doing being a.

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"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

17:11 min | 1 year ago

"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Told the so. A brief news stop buying albums into eighteen hundred even over the last one I got was up to that. Point was in nineteen nineteen ninety so for me last was The last spot eighteen was was also always always something new. In the world of breeze waiver it was Actual things. He was doing me buying a new album. Obama was found a few lakes During that time as well so got to listen to how his concerts radio instead of how they went to picked it alive. Seventy five to eighty five album. Yeah and then came to South Africa in Nineteen and at that time we'll see snow into the was a sees magazines that was not of satellite. TV So we didn't we didn't get. It was still don't still sanctions against South African at times. We didn't get so the CNN BBC News. There was a twenty four hour news stations so looking beck of it at a one hour found out anything told about Bruce but I guess you just piece together Greg what information you can attend end fund. Maybe there's something mentioned in a newspaper owned a disease. Magazines evaded whatever quite pricey sawed off doug to the newsagents and page through them and see if there's any breach news if there's anything worthwhile on my like she's grab it from wherever you can. Yeah make up a picture of what's going on and anew anew Brusett got married that children go go right on was off the human touch. Yeah so 'cause right like he and Julianne Phillips Have Gotten Married and then before enduring the born in the USA tour and so he they he had moved to California US something more of Patchy winton right. Exactly that's what I'm saying. I'm trying to go through it in my mind. So yeah I I know they were together then they get married And you in there is not a lot of you you know we talked about you and I both went to the Internet to kind of do some research and talk about it and that ten years And we can certainly discuss what the individual vigil members were doing because a lot of them. Were you know staying very busy. But there isn't a lot ought there is there. I remember that up. Do Remember hearing. He split up the East Street band right and I think difficult outside much time. It was a story but parents rick to hotel room. I think in Tokyo with someone when he heard the news Waiver ahead that late or waiver ahead at the time I can't remember though but the foods of clarence in innovate booth isn't it isn't a good one. Must be quite scary. Very Yeah Clarence wrote a book You know big man real life and Tall Tales. And it is. I assume most of our listeners have read it but if you have not Oh it's absolutely fascinating because what is is on the hardcover and I don't know how they do this and the Kendo version Jn or the soft cover but He separates between true stories and flat as he calls some Tall Tales. So if it's in white paper it is close to true as he can remember if if it's on great period paper it's a It's a kind of It's a legend it's been enhanced and exaggerated yes and so so And I think this is the most fascinating is when Clarence got the phone call saying that. Bruce was baking breaking up the band. He was touring with Ringo Starr's allstars and so he was with Ringo Starr when he got the call and as he talked about that if there was anyone in the world who could understand what the breakup of a band would mean. It's an ex beatle and so let's say Ringo Star. Yeah so It is a fascinating book You know that there is paperback There's a hard cover There is if you're an Amazon person. Kendall will it is worth reading it is Don Reo who is a television division. writer-producer helped him write it and it's really really well done but he does talk the story of finding that out So yeah you're sitting there in South Africa and it is hard to remember because Chris when I was Graduate High School in seventy seven. I discovered the beach boys that summer I bought a a track called in the summer and became fascinated with that music and trying to find everything I can about this band. Hand finding books and looking up encyclopedias and doing stuff and it wasn't as simple as what we do. Now Open Up Fire Fox or chrome or you know whatever browser you WanNa do and say. preach Bruce springsteen listening and then all of a sudden there is everything you could want to know out there It was tough to find. Wasn't it yeah it it. It was Looking back now I wonder how I knew so much and I guess it was just buying actually buying overseas you tape music magazine and there was also so you can get UK Pay. I can't remember which one it was. Maybe two Dade Expressway. They had a a weekly addition. I think they could printed in South Africa's highlights from the week said is quite often a bit of music news I think Moved to California and he was enjoying the married family life the new. They was albums on the way or an album album on the way in a rave is it was to help on the way. Yeah and I was the music stores Heya that was that was used to be a few music stores around so I used to go because I had nobody A The idea when he's albums we're going to be released by the Time magazine from the UK would get here saying Yup. Thank human touch. Lucky town had been released outfielder. Debatable already been released. If you see what I'm Jay you'll get Several months later leaving so was always checking every week ago. Maybe moral the record stores in his anything new to enable was and then they they did did play the play treatment touch and today's on the radio when the when those songs were released. I think they were adopt the same day as the albums released or remember the plate. Those sums deputy released here with a worldwide Birdie's same time I which was early ninety two probably much. It's Rimba taping the songs of the radio Listening to them over for a game. Yeah so the first new priests music cut this cheerful. Yes since since nineteen ninety and then I was getting more excited hit forties new albums the fact that I think remember being perturbed by the fact that they would e street band albums I think the one thing these days you get swayed by social media and what's on the into that also was wasn't the same because The East Street band with it all I was interested in. Yeah to be quite honest. The main reason Obvious to Bruce Springsteen is because it's Bruce springsteen each very talented musicians and I think that they use a different they do make a sound. It's pretty unique But at the same time if Frisk with Bruce's foaming by himself with anyone else. You know I'm still going to listen into anyway so you know. I was watching these albums. Get Guidance to the record shops it's looking pretty Iraq's nothing and then one day I went to also my lunch break right. Can I went to shop. Pick would bazaars it's used to be it was a bit like a uh of Walmart but on a on a small scale okay and again in the now's I used to smoke so I went into pack of cigarettes and the secret. Count that record CDs. But it was noble eight the sort sorted stuff that nobody's interested in oversights repackage stuff that anywhere else that might be back right chows or radio people interested just staring at me. There's lucky town Out in human touch Twenty Rothmans and these two CDs club love So that was that was quite a shock. I see I think I've lived quite close to what so i. I'll quickly win. Listen to as much as I could in my lunch break and I was. Some songs grabbed me of those two albums and some some didn't in some still dead like human touch. The song itself is a good song. I I think it needs a different military though. There isn't really any melody is a very Yes this is the the the music that doesn't seem doesn't fly. I think a Covered me wouldn't if you listen to The Ata tour this seeing that on any of those consulates let's change the arrangement and was a much better some USA and lots of five to eight hundred human touch needs something like that. Just leave A. It's never done much to me but her up songs alike as there was nothing else to Listen to you get up win win win the when they when they got together and did kind of the springsteen's springsteen's greatest hits And the band performed a you know they worked on that I ah were were. Do you remember it like this was in you know ninety five You know were you excited about it where you hoping Or you just. You're kind of along for the ride. I take it I am Four that often human touch lucky town inane a heard there was the MTV unplugged which became TV plugged and Bosa heard but it was a limited addition CD's. Johnson GonNa get that and then. Luckily I found it again in in in a in a record store and that sort of sounded like Bruce Sunday do it. It's a bit light live in Dublin. Does to the secrets. All it's all just adds that spoke to the to the human touch lucky town town music also included some old older songs so It made it made made those albums feel a lot more power this is repertoire. Yes so that that was a loved album is still still went on to quite a bit and then again there was that was nineteen pre eh and then the next time I heard anything from him was just purely by accident I was sitting. I was waiting got to work early just sitting in my car and then streets Philadelphia came on the radio and and I just I knew nothing about this on nothing about the community I'd heard about the navy Hadn't heard about some and I just blew me away could hit. It was bruce. They didn't not stop you now. I was just one of those moments. Wow.

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"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Not really because since good. It's now is affected. Diversity initiatives niche to see Tanda is adopted and she has black so it is some ways people notice. But you know I think He's obviously something you're aware of not trying make Marcus if there is still cultural differences different languages so the local African language here resilient so she is learning Zillow at school. which is I think a good thing because our one of a cave doesn't match it? It does matter shoot com. Yeah yeah she copied. The child doesn't speak Xavi looking up to her and saw speaking to and yes. She's going to the oldest Gal. That's interesting so you're doing what you can do to help her. Make sure yeah interesting. Yeah I think a acknowledge way. She came I'm from into we know who appearance. But you know obviously just presume I think we've got to acknowledge so heritage way. She came from well. Good for you you sound like a great dad which I am not shocked. I knew you would be so. Let's talk about. Let's move from something just as serious but in a more light hearted way one of the things I've been wanting to do and bear with me listeners. Chris I'm going to kind of set this up and they'll take a little bit. I am a casual. I was a casual springsteen fan till two thousand two when I saw him perform live the first time I mean I I was a fan but I didn't become come passionate or obsessed really till I saw him the first time then saw the second time and then if there is anything where I wasn't doesn't whole obsessed once I started doing a podcast about him. Forget about it forget about it I was in so I had a vague. Understanding of there was a time when bruce in the eastern band while still friends were not officially a thing. And I've always been interested to talk to a fan that lived through that time to share their thoughts and Chris Nicely raised his hands and said. I don't know how much my experience experience is a typical one. But I think that would be fun to talk about so share a little bit just for those who may not have listened to the first episode. You do you know born in the USA. You know ton of love all this eighties. Bruce Mania you know we are the world talk about where you are in your Phantom and then share your thoughts on you know when you heard. The band was breaking up and that whole tenure gap Became springsteen fan in eighty. Seven up was released. A ahead I was aware of born in the USA. I think at the time was the one of these things you can You can in hide from it was it was everywhere and I remembered springsteen track I heard was don. CNN Dot com compilation tape ahead in the late. Eighty four zero five around them and I think from from eighty four up until eight bruce was he was like in the public consciousness because there was born in the USA net tool with fruit. Based of eighty-five. I think nate was the box. Set the live box set in eighty-six and it was quite a bit of publicity. I wasn't a resentment. I remember being a UP sized release. Yeah I was like I said I was a You uh-huh Casual Fan had bought the river to not by Nebraska head born in the USA. Like everyone else had and I remember going to Music warehouse here in Dallas. And actually buy you know you could buy it either on cassette. I don't think CDs were thing. Then maybe they were. But I don't think so And or albums awesome. I bought it on the albums and I think I still have it in a closet somewhere. I think when I got rid of all my vinyl I kept that one so yes yes it was a huge thing. Yeah Yup about that topic CD's just on the verge of breaking making pro anyway Yeah didn't eighty seven because I think the folks that came out so late the letter of eight hundred six and then in ninety-seven remember he released. What could it be tonight? Sixty syncing goes from the live set. That was all over that for sure and then I don't know what you will do. They came out in but I remember these phone in USA. I don't I mean bones around As a single it was it was definitely Eddie Eighty Seven UK and the played on the radio and that was something that Ended up buying the single wouldn't find the C. D. single over but then for the next six months on student delve any deeper and then ended up buying tunnel of love. which got me going so I bought time? You know. He was on tour against he was in the news again. off the tunnel of love. I started buying ever albums and then eight. He was still he was torn. The total was getting bigger torstar ninety eight. I can't remember but he was in the news like he is. Now that was is there was always something happening with was too long between Bruce needs and eighty eight. I was becoming being more of a ban by the albums. And that was the toll which I've boop. She didn't get to see the amnesty tour after that so there was a lot of publicity around him and then.

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"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

16:40 min | 1 year ago

"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Yeah there If it's like me your Your friends and family kind of roll their eyes when it goes to the Bruce Subject. And you're like okay okay. I'm sorry I'll try not to midget it too much but sometimes it's just hard not to and every once in a while. Linda will reward me with that was actually an appropriate story. Thank you so. How have you been Chris? How was the holidays good? And how's your New Year off to start working. In retail so December. The symbol was just like a bluer of of work and not much else ready. It's I always like December always think of being in retail. It's not worked. Being on a roller coaster in a roller coaster has December on. It just gets faster and faster and faster it gets crazy crazy and then suddenly Christmas Day two stops and everything's piece did yeah How long does it will it get like for for my company company in the past With the to call centers I worked for with Both in the property management company both real page and Rasmin Starting about the middle of December so it starts to slow down and And it gets quiet and then on January second all of a sudden it's like everyone woke up and realized. Hey I haven't been working for two weeks I've got stuff to do. And all of a sudden the phone volume goes crazy and our tech support center it just so oh. How long does it take you guys to get back to just a normal? I guess there's the after holiday sales and the returns and things like that right quad since offer low. Like I'm I'm in graphic business working in Graphic show said gets busy up to Christmas in it sort of is off between Christmas. The New Year The old days when everybody was shooting pictures on film a day off the boxing in day because boxing day we never used to work and the day off to New Year's Day would the busiest days of the year because everybody bringing their films. Yeah I bet so. And in those days that was a guaranteed windfall for a few identified. The graphic shop These days it seems. It's slow because of its slow at name is families come back from holiday and could start going back to school that we you know around about now we get a bit busy. People printing the holiday fed the graphs and and getting back into the routine. Okay very interesting all right so since you have been with me you have you've branched out. I won't say you've cheated on me because we have an open podcast marriage. I and welcome all my guests to go to any podcast ever but Our mutual friend Terry Smith has kicked off. Music talks in two thousand nineteen his what we called teatime for Terry but because he didn't want people think it was a golf podcast he studied music talks. So you've you've been on that one haven't you yes. was fortunate enough to which also very very interesting talk You say interesting in in what way what was interesting gutting looking back. You know Whitney any said select five. Some each decade being alive dripping was five. Yeah So going back and remind festival trying to find those tracks especially the older ones which is a bit difficult to to a fine to track. But you'd like but had to significance thought I had to use some added significance at the time. Guess what good good tracks and there was a lot of especially in the ninety s I could have chosen probably blay automatic dozens of of of tracks especially the early nineteen was up the Duchess Baby from you too. But it could've been any number of songs you could have been a bruce song it was it was quite so just narrowing it down to something. uh-huh maybe wasn't my favorite song but maybe the most significant song of the decade. Yeah and you know one of the things that if you guys haven't seen this Listen to it the The premise is that you pick a song for every decade. You've been alive and so you end up having Like if you I was born in fifty nine so at the time I had Seven and and so you need to kind of you pick up and that's the only Only only You know of rule like it doesn't have to be your favorite songs didn't have to be The song you do you know love it or just it could be what you choose so I thought yours was a really really nice choice. You had a lot of different choices. and It it's good I I really liked it and so I thought you did a great job. Thank you Jessie. Yeah So Any any story just behind the scene stories or thoughts you want to share with me before we move on to talk a little. Bruce can think of okay right now all right. That's it. If you think of something later you can always say oh by the way. HSE Yeah probably probably is probably comes as we go. Yeah so Chris listen I were exchanging emails and kind of talking about Hey always want Always enjoy visiting with him. And by the way I guess for those of so you haven't heard Toss a little batch yourself Chris just in case someone has not listened to the earlier episode. I was born and grew up in the UK and came to South Africa in Nineteen Nineteen Ninety when I was twenty As I told you the gunman the first podcast. We did and also Antares podcast. I is Grand Plan of working myself away to wicky my way around the world but my first thought was my last stop well Saved on Living Nick Saban in South Africa since then and does it now feel like home good question because I still fail still feel Phil. Patriotism towards England. Britain is still important to me especially the current political rule situation I care about got family there. And that if England playing Salka I'm always in England supporter all many of spokes but at the same time. I'm proud to be a South African to be part of this country and I think when I first came here it was a big twenty I knew nothing about the will vote on everything I think about a world famous marked Wine Mark Twain. Comment about You know when he was sixteen or something thing he thought his father was an idiot. Ten years later he came back was surprised how much his dad had learned or something. So yeah and and I was like this. Why this idea that everybody should think can and do as Biden you slightly realize it's not the same everywhere in the world and I think that's could experience it's you it makes you wiser? And what's the word. I'm trying to think of if you get a better idea of it. Makes your mobility focus. Yeah absolutely You know it's it's very it. Is I just recently Talked to Powder Finger Stephen in a RELIG- and We haven't I haven't released it yet. But he we got into a little bit of the difference. We're talking country music and Johnny Cash specifically and we got to talk about the difference of and I'm going to pause right here listeners. This is just a silly music podcast. Please please tell take anything. We say too serious but we we discuss a little bit about the race situation. In how in the United Kingdom it it feels very different than it does the United States and the reason I brought that up is as I was watching stuff stuff film for BBC the BBC. which later is shown on BBC? America I saw a lot more mixed race relationships the chips and it was very common to see two people of different colors races to be a couple overseas. That was Something rare on American TV and we he discussed and then we also talked about blinded by the Light Act and the prejudice that The that happen in real life and in the movie which is very different than the prejudice that that we see in the US like the south or even the north. What you we talked? I know the first time when you're on the show about that that but do you have any thoughts. I mean as you've been now in South Africa for twenty years that he is thirty years and the is. How much is that changed? And how much is that a vont with you. Living there his two series of a subject. which should we move onto something silly really? You know. It's obviously it's a big power of South Africa's still it's a big problem the history and it's still still a big if they live If you if you like it or not often hyphen came back to. When I grew up a person of color in Britain? What brought save a black person? They weren't African Britain they were. They were Britain. They were British the neighboring knee or a black British man or something but it was named they would Description like you get back African American yeah And always I grew up. That way in ways will be a people a people not look different. But everybody's basically the same. Yeah our biggest on. Terry's podcast when I came to South Africa. A new day was the racial problem problem and I think I well maybe I could not I could not be affected by right but it is possible not to be affected by. And why you realize it's on. It's an unfair the they just yeah and new and and like I said for the first six months I tried to. Maybe pretend it wasn't it. The oil been conquered. Just carry on. Yeah and then. I realized you know Opponent if the countries to go forward people have got to change the way they see each other they must see each other as black South Africa or white South African or Indian South African. You've got US each other. As a South African if the countries have been going to be unified in. That's the way I'll try and look people it's either. The problem is the because it was has legalized say creation people. A Lotta people here growing thinking of being told people different skin color is op different and sort of living grind in people's minds and in eighteen even gets passed down to the the next generation the people uneven with bolden in one thousand nine hundred ninety four when the first heads democratic elections here they still think segregated way. I'm not saying everybody I'm not saying I'm not saying naturally bad people people just to be the being brought up to believe you think. Do you worry about that with your daughter..

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"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"And then came to South Africa in Nineteen and at that time overseas. Oh into the the. It was a the seas magazines. There was no jobs of satellite. TV So we didn't. We didn't get the sanctions against South African at times. We didn't get so the things. CNN BBC News. There was a twenty four hour news stations so in and looking back of it at a one hour found out anything told about opera. But I guess you just piece to getting Greg what information you can you can find. Maybe there's like a something mentioned in a newspaper this papal a Disease Magazines evaded would've quite pricey sod dug into the newsagents and page freedom and see if there's any britishness If there's anything with walnut by like issue so grab the nation from wherever you can uh-huh uh-huh Hello everyone and welcome to a new episode of settling Bruce Your podcast all about Bruce springsteen his music and mostly the fans I am your host Jesse Jackson and today I am talking in another time. E Y E episode where it is my morning morning my guests afternoon. This is third time visiting Chris Sir I think so yes. This is from South Africa. Chris Bloom Chris. Welcome back to the show. Thank you Tracy I see. Thank you for having me back. It's always great to talk to another springsteen You know about the anytime I do get speak about Britain Bruce Springsteen as There's not many people on no so physically Lived in the sea in day today. You all springsteen fancy.

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"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"chris bloom" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Breath breath. Hello everyone and welcome to September. Timber number means the starter football go cowboys. I know that's not a popular phrase for a lot of my east coast friends. We all are together with Bruce Right and the start of new fall TV coming up into this month and we had just recently as I record this Bruce Talking at the Toronto Film Festival sharing a little insight on the western Scott Got Stars Film and a discussion about he did say he's written some songs and they are hoping to record an album which made all of us start looking at our bank balances and are frequent flyer miles and any of our holiday. hotel reward points to figure out how we can go and see as many shows as possible because we are greedy. That's right. Let's just accept it. We're greedy and we love us. Some Bruce springsteen in the East street band shows hope you had a good summer. It was in the summer of springsteen between Western Stars blind by the light new albums by Gary Gary Steven Neal's and Jake it was a very good summer for the band and I'm excited. I've enjoyed all the new releases and they've been in constant. Is it rotation in my iphone listening to all the different music so very well done band this is the the housekeeping patron shoutout episode for September so I step I wanna do is thank all my by patrons. you can get to set listening. Bruce by going to patron. MP A T. R. E. N. DOT COM look for settlers bruce and you can support the podcast with a little bit of coins. I would appreciate she did We have a new patron this month. Captain America Steve Rogers returning is aniline Chris Bloom Dale Hosic Mary Thomas Terry Smith and Steven MEO. I I appreciate you guys so much for donating..

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"chris bloom" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"chris bloom" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Twenty four hours a day on aaron at tick talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and anisimov the one hundred twenty countries i'm sandra kilhof this is bloomberg francine center thanks so much with your morning sports here's cowed leslie van wound to win another trophy as arsenal manager his i'm bishen to leave north london in the back of europa league triumphs in ruins after a one nil semifinal defeats athletico madrid two one on aggregate done very very sad dixie and take some time to recover from rat what i do with myself in the future i am no planet it also means no champions league football next season for the plenty of league team athletic who will face french side marseille in the final in leone later this month an extra time goal so envied salzburg three two united in to move closer to finishing the season as premier league runners up tonight at brighton who are five points above the relegation zone with three games to play that game between two scottish premiership sides battling to avoid dropping out of the division as well awesome team ross county hits party just above the britain's chris bloom starts as attempt to become just the third cyclist to win three grand tours in this lunchtime between eighteen vetoed italia gets underway in israel email whom ray dotty field will be backers bike at the to the yorkshire later after his historic performance on d one became the first british man to win a stage at the events halons are four point skied at the top of rugby league super league this morning thanks to a twenty six twelve win over catalan dragons all right that's the sport now coming up marcus writes senior economist at arby s joins us next down the line this as a barclays has thrown in the towel it was one of the last holdouts when it comes to the potential of a bank of being the rate rise next week barclays now saying that it's off the table it won't happen what's the view of rbm we'll talk more about that coming up this is bloomberg today we decided to walk to school the average time resume spends on an hr manager's desk is seven seconds and most.

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"chris bloom" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

Listen Money Matters

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"chris bloom" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

"It's a little bit too admitted drink beer but i'm still doing pretty good there were met were managing money your blooms i out a probably stay away from that as well so after at least at the market closes that makes sense as energy i have a lot of very detailed work to do so i don't know andrew beer heard of the bomber peak that's my favorite x casey de article i always truck i try and hit my bombers peel like ten thirty ish in the morning and then you just keep the buzz going 4 i guess an hour to sleep and then that's it i have found that the bomber peak in for those of you who don't know this there's an x kcp comic talking about the bomber peak is like this this optimal level of intoxication where you can get her begged him out of work done and what did you go beyond that you start just make tons of mistakes um at sounds like a very fine line right there it's it is a very pilot i contend that it does exist but you found it it it is leading so of best twenty minutes ever of a gut i'm so motivated of getting some much done and now perhaps a half up the next man who look your work this so chris bloom helps people manage the poor when his right that's exactly right awesome an abuser china's to listeners there i like knocked my teens build a little bit so a hug a little bit less than that i am.

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