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"colby college" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:52 min | 3 months ago

"colby college" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Salem Massachusetts is known best known primarily probably for what happened there 300 some odd years ago. The witch hunts literally in which more than 20 people were killed on suspicion of being witches. Now though, that same town is something of a witchy destination for tourists more than a million people go to Salem every year to celebrate Halloween and all things occult. Think the crucible kind of mashed up with the movie hocus pocus. It's a little bit jarring, right? Well, we've gotten Catherine miles on the phone. She's written all about Salem's past and present for Boston magazine. Katherine, welcome to the program. Thanks so much for having me. And happy almost Halloween. Happy almost Halloween. Were I to go to Salem Massachusetts on a Saturday in the month of October. What would await me? Lots of other people doing the exact same thing. It's incredible just how many people filter into this little town every year to celebrate a variety of different versions of Halloween. And then there are these tourists and gawkers who come, you know, dressed in goth clothing and parade around the town, and it's, you know, it's kind of fun spectacle. There is, I mean, there's a lot to unpack, right? Because this is a complicated complicated story, but the slice we want to get to is how the town as it were. Has decided that this is their industry kind of, right? Right, and that goes back to about 1880 when the town first started calling itself which city and was selling everything from commemorative plates to soaps and elixirs and things like that. So this is a story that's really, you know, over a 140 years in the making. This is a horribly crash thing to say, and I don't know if you know the answer, but I imagine the entire the entire sale of economy is dependent on this month of October. It is over, I think, about 35% of their annual economy comes in the month of October. And again, as people who are just sort of fans and I think kind of which curious and also this emerging group of practicing witches, this is a high holy day for them. And they like to gather there to practice their religion. I'm sure they do. And it's probably a special place for them, but we have to point out that historically, it's a horrible place that people were executed in because of lies and misinformation. And yet here we are now, what is it 60 92 to today is 300 and something 400 or something years. We have commercialized it. Completely, right? And it's really interesting because this is happening right when there's this very sort of large scale global truth and reconciliation work being done about people who were executed for witchcraft. And in fact, a group of very Intrepid middle schoolers in Massachusetts successfully petitioned to have the last of these 19 victims from Salem pardon this summer. when you look around? I think there's a lot to talk about. You know, the history is very personal for me, my ancestor was executed for heresy and witchcraft in 1660. And so it's always been part of my family history and our family lore. And there were really scores of women in colonial America executed for witchcraft, many of whom were actually practicing midwives or political activists and, you know, obviously we can not turn a blind eye to that. And we need to really have a reconciliation with that. But you know, I also, I have a lot of respect for practicing witches. I think, you know, it's really about sex and body positivity. I think it's about sort of like this idea of manifesting internal strength. So long as you can kind of hold all of those things in your mind, simultaneously, I think it's a great place to be. When you talk to the locals, are they like, yeah, this is our thing. This is what we do. And we're okay with it. There's a real mix. I think that obviously, you know, for a lot of these sort of post industrial post mill towns, how do you as a town make a viable living? And certainly this does. I think there's residents who are really offended that what was ultimately genocide has now been commercialized. I think there's other folks who maybe ideologically don't have a problem with it, but really hate that they can't find a parking space. So I think there's all sorts of emotions happening there. Right. Catherine miles, she's an investigative journalist also working in Colby college this semester.

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"colby college" Discussed on Women's Media Center Live with Robin Morgan

Women's Media Center Live with Robin Morgan

03:08 min | 9 months ago

"colby college" Discussed on Women's Media Center Live with Robin Morgan

"In the representation piece and era because now I'm fortunate to be sitting on museum board of governors in a fine art museum at Colby college in Maine and also Portland Museum of Art in Portland, Maine, a trustee, and I'm trying to bring more opportunities through that work. For indigenous art and artists and I think we're going to be working nationally with artists too as well. But even in those old New England museums, you know, women representation is really low. So I'm not just indigenous women, but I just really want to applaud Nora and Marie as well for their museum exhibition work and really being the ones out there communicating with these museums in the importance of having us represented. In these national places, like the Whitney and the enemy I there is not been much of a presence of Native American women in anywhere in anything. And so that the idea that there is this presence and it's emerging in its emerging so strongly, it's emerging collaboratively. Oh my God, it's like a dream. It's what come true. And it's emerging across it's a great bridge. I mean, it seems that sometimes younger people are more will tend more toward affirming traditions, whereas the older women are some thinking in other fields as well. We'll be trying to have been the path breakers. I mean, the pathfinders. And to break with tradition. But this is so exciting because you folks, you bridge it all, you do community collaboration, you do photography. You do blankets, but Marie's in the permanent collection of the Met, but the blankets. I mean, your weavers, you're activists, you're doing earthworks, and you're doing digital and filmmaking. And there is nothing that you're not turning into some kind of wonderful art, and as an artist myself, I find that very moving. Listeners, you can go online and you can find works by Theresa accord by Nora naranjo Morse and by Eliza, Morse, I didn't know there was a daughter, I didn't know this was a family dynasty Nora, or I would have asked her on as well..

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"colby college" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:53 min | 10 months ago

"colby college" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Here's an acronym you'll probably hear a lot more in the near future. Pfas, the so called forever chemicals are used in products like nonstick pans and waterproof jackets and are suspected of causing cancer and other health problems. Several states have banned their use in things like food packaging, cosmetics, and firefighting equipment, and many more are considering legislation this year. The mountain west news bureau's Madeline Beck reports now on an effort to ban one particular kind of pfas product, ski wax. I'm up at bogus basin, a ski resort outside Boise Idaho, a warm day means slightly slushy snow. But folks are trickling onto the ski lift, all the same. In the rental building, manager Eric's true bar buffs the wax on a child's ski. Strub barar says he heard about pfas being a problem in high end ski waxes a few years ago. The chemicals had been on skis and boards in various forms for decades already. They were myriad of powders and different things and then waxes that were mixed and had a mixed into it. Now there are a number of races where the substance is actually banned. That came after concerns about people manufacturing and regularly using the waxes as well as worries about the environment. But sir Barr says as long as the playing field is even, that's what matters to competitors most. I haven't heard any complaints. Pfas wax also called fluoro or fluorinated wax, does make skiers go faster than older alternatives, especially in cross country races, but research shows the wax can contaminate the snow and ground, Gale Carlson is an assistant professor at Colby college in Maine. Her son was a Nordic racer and she was concerned about the waxes, so after a race in 2020, she went to the start line and tested the snow. And the snow was so contaminated that the testing lab that did our work for us, you know, asked me like, what is this sample? As I mentioned earlier, it's now against the rules to use pfas wax in certain races, but racing organizations have been taking a measured approach that makes things a bit confusing now. Rules depend on the types of pfas, whether erases in the U.S., who's running the race and what event it is. Cross country has gone all in on fluoro free environment. That's Stephen poulin, managing director of brave USA, brav owns ski wax leaders, and toco, pool and says that while rules are complicated now, the future of wax is pfas free. His company no longer makes pfas waxes, thanks to millions spent on a research project, it started in 2009. We knew there was different chemistry out there. That was just better for the environment. The EPA did fine swix in 2020 after its pfas wax imports violated the toxic substances control act. Still, pool and says that the outcome of EPA sanction was a good one, including a $1 million public education campaign about pfas wax. I think we're going to all be able to look back and go, wow, that's how it's supposed to work. That's really how it's supposed to work. If pfas waxes are banned worldwide, there are scanners of a sort to detect it in the field, but they don't work perfectly yet, and not everybody has one. Still, bans alone could work. Maine ordered industries to phase out all kinds of unnecessary pfas uses by 2030, including ski wax. That's thanks to research like Carlson's in Maine, and the ski area that she tested a few years ago is also banning pfas wax. So she went back to see how the band was working. Another research student and I went out and gathered to know again at the start line right after the race and there were there was hundreds of times less pfas contamination in the snow. Ultimately, those in the ski wax industry say their successes show that other kinds of industries can make the move away from pfas too..

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"colby college" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:39 min | 11 months ago

"colby college" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Has announced that it is shutting down its WWE Network in Russia effective immediately WWE shares today lower by 1.3% recapping S&P down 5 tenths I'm Charlie public and that is a Bloomberg business flash All right Charlie thank you so much Well the 230 year old bowdoin college counts in array of influential figures among its alumni from Netflix founder Reed Hastings to poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and as this elite liberal arts college really looks to the future Tim it's enlisting the world's most valuable company apple in its mission to create digital equity across the student body Clayton rose is president of bowdoin college He joins us on the phone from Brunswick Maine Mister president Clayton how are you I'm very well Tim It's great to be with you and Carol today It's great to be with you as well So I'm not going to hold it against you I went to Colby college but I think we should get that out there right at the beginning because we have this rivalry at least at least you're not from Bates okay That's all I can say But it's pretty remarkable what you guys are doing at bowdoin The digital excellence commitment provides every student with a 13 inch MacBook Pro and iPad mini and an Apple pencil Talk to us about how this partnership came to be Well we began working with Apple in earnest a few years ago before the pandemic with respect to technology on campus and how to think about the future Of the use of technology and higher education During the pandemic we made the decision to provide every one of our students and any faculty member that wanted one with an iPad Pro and a pencil And we did that during the 2021 academic year when a number of our students were operating remotely and many of our classes were operating remotely So that every single student would have access to precisely the same hardware and be able to experience software in exactly the same way And that faculty would be able to rely on very good technology to be able to deliver their classes and to work with their students in real time and for the students to work with each other in study groups and offline and so forth And that proved to be a very powerful tool for making sure that we were able to deliver a great education during the pandemic Last year Well I want to jump in We have some time with you now We're going to do some news in a few minutes and we'll come back with even more time But I'm wondering why Apple and rather than a less expensive provider of PCs Because when we talk Apple we're talking premium products here I guess I would turn to the old phrase that you get what you pay for Apple has built fantastic products both in the notebook version and in the iPad version And they do different things which is why we're providing our students with both of those tools And the pencil as well Also the ability to provide the kind of software that we need to offer our students to be able to have the educational experience they have both general productivity software but also very core specific software across the range of disciplines Really drove us to Apple I would also say that in addition to the quality of the product the service relationship that we have with Apple was also very important to us to make sure that students would have little if any downtime if they something got broken they needed to get something repaired and so forth Well and this really gets into something we talk about here Clayton a lot at Bloomberg about inequity of access or just inequalities that are out there as well What were you seeing that was potentially holding back some students because they did not have that same access Yeah Thanks for that Carol The issue of access and opportunity is a central part of our mission and we can spend some time if you want talking about our financial aid program But to the question you asked what we were seeing is that students would come to campus with a wide variety of hardware Everyone would arrive pretty much everyone would arrive with some kind of a laptop or tablet But the wide variety of laptops and tablets the web variety the quality of the age the power the memory was making an increasingly difficult for our faculty to be able to rely on the ability for our students to be able to do the work in a way that was going to provide them with an excellent education And many of our students who had lower quality and older products were not able to do the same kind of things in the same way as students who had the very best products For us we really came to realize and this was driven home during the pandemic That to be able to deliver the education that we want And to prepare our students for the digital world that we're going into They all need to be working off of an excellent hardware platform and have access to excellent software And to have a kind of homogeneous experience to be able to all be working with the same tool And that drove us Otherwise you've got students who are operating in a very different lower quality environment And we were seeing that And this is for us table stakes for a great education Sit tight for a second We're going to do a little bit of news and as you know a lot going on in the world And then we'll come back and continue the conversation We are talking with Clayton rose He's president bowden college on the phone from the school at Brunswick Maine and I will continue in just a moment In the meantime let's get back to world of national news Nancy Lyons is.

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"colby college" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"colby college" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Macron held a phone conversation with president Putin in what's being called a last ditch diplomatic bid to avoid an invasion of Ukraine The French government said the conversation lasted a 105 minutes after which Macron briefed his Ukrainian counterpart the two leaders reportedly agreed to try to put together an urgent summit on the future of Ukraine The current crisis in Ukraine is nothing like the U.S. pulling out of Afghanistan according to Pentagon press secretary John Kirby appearing on Fox News Sunday the retired admiral said the main difference between the two situations was the U.S. was ending a war in Afghanistan versus preventing one from happening Police in Portland Oregon are investigating shooting that left a woman dead and 5 other people wounded during a protest in a local park the oregonian says 6 people were shot when someone opened fire on demonstrators demanding justice for a mere lock He was the unarmed black man who was fatally shot by Minneapolis police earlier this month one woman was dead at the scene and 5 others were taken to the hospital It's unclear if police have made any arrests That's the latest I'm Dina kodiak And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom as we've been reporting we are hearing from CBS that U.S. has intelligence that Russian commanders have received orders to proceed with an invasion of Ukraine with commanders on the ground and making specific plans for how they would maneuver in their sector of the battlefield we are keeping an eye on that story China's general properties group has become the latest developer to warn it may not meet its obligations It's a surprise since the company had just announced plans to redeem a perpetual bond and boasted that one of its units had secured a $1.44 billion credit line from state owned bank of China With problems facing China's evergrande group and Bloomberg intelligence says heightened concerns about a lack of transparency in China's property industry may drive some investors to avoid it altogether For Brown university posting the best investment return in the Ivy League added more than $2 billion to its endowment Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett reports had also thrust the school into an elite club It reached the threshold for paying a federal tax on investment income Other schools expected to pay the tax include University of Chicago Vassar college wesleyan university dennison university Colby college Davidson college and Harvey mudd college this according to data released by the national association of college and university business officers and TIAA Greg Jarrett Bloomberg radio The donations of organs in New York are increasing this after the recent deaths of two public servants Leonard akin of live on New York says donations are up double digits 33 year old queen's firefighter Jesse Gerhard who died this week was a registered organ donor and tissue donor and is now expected to help 50 to 75 people Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg.

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"colby college" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"colby college" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Says Russian forces are poised to strike Ukraine Scott Carr with more The White House says Russia could strike at any time and that President Biden will be beating today with top advisers on the crisis This has Russia and Belarus extend joint military exercises The Kremlin says Russia successfully test launched hypersonic and cruise missiles at sea during the exercises The European Union is condemning the use of heavy weaponry in eastern Ukraine the EU also urged Russia to deescalate the situation by withdrawing their troops from its border with Ukraine They called the indiscriminate shelling of civilian areas in Ukraine a clear violation of the Minsk agreements and international humanitarian law The national archive says former president Trump took some classified materials with them to Mar-a-Lago when he left The White House The revelations were detailed in a letter sent to the chairwoman of the House oversight committee the highly sensitive material in question is being described by the national archives as classified national security information That's the latest I'm Dina kodiak And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom as we've been reporting we are hearing from CBS that U.S. has intelligence that Russian commanders have received orders to proceed with an invasion of Ukraine with commanders on the ground and making specific plans for how they would maneuver in their sector of the battlefield we are keeping an eye on that story China's general properties group has become the latest developer to warn it may not meet its obligations It's a surprise since the company had just announced plans to redeem a perpetual bond and boasted that one of its units had secured a $1.44 billion credit line from state owned bank of China A couple act with problems facing China's evergrande group and Bloomberg intelligence says heightened concerns about a lack of transparency in China's property industry may drive some investors to avoid it altogether For Brown university posting the best investment return in the Ivy League added more than $2 billion to its endowment Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett reports it also thrust the school into an elite club It reached the threshold for paying a federal tax on investment income Other schools expected to pay the tax include University of Chicago Vassar college wesleyan university dennison university Colby college Davidson college and Harvey mudd college this according to data released by the national association of college and university business officers and TIAA Greg Jarrett Bloomberg The donations of organs in New York are increasing this after the recent deaths of two public servants Leonard akin of live on New York says donations are up double digits 33 year old queen's firefighter Jesse Gerhard who died this week was a registered organ donor and tissue donor and is now expected to help 50 to 75 people Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg I'm Barry reports you're listening to masters and business on Bloomberg radio my extra special guest this week is Samantha mclemore She is a portfolio manager at Miller value partners She is also the founder and chief investment officer at patient capital So we were talking earlier about how you don't really fall neatly into any buckets and the same is true for Bill Miller but when I look at your specific portfolio some of these names are definitely outside of the traditional value universe matterport Capital One Alibaba grayscale Bitcoin trust I mean that is not your typical free cash flow deep value stock Tell us what it's like to be free from the shackles of the Morningstar style box I think it's a huge advantage So we can look broadly for what we believe are the best opportunities which I think definitely helps us construct portfolios that we think have the most potential When you start putting in constraints obviously that hinders your ability to optimize because they hurt your flexibility So I mentioned earlier talks a lot about how difficult it is to survive in this business And he outperforms in the late 90s during the tech bubble and then also in the early 2000s when the tech bubble burst And what enabled him to do that was his ability to shift between so called style boxes He had tech investments in the late 90s that they were the only thing that outperformed So you had to have them to outperform but then I think it's one of the greatest calls and the history of the business In early 2000s thought it was game over and massively took down his holdings in those sort of names And so took the more classic value named up which is what did well when the tech bubble burst So again having if he had been constrained in one or the other of growth or value that wouldn't have been possible Because it was so segmented what did well So I think that having that flexibility is critical to generating long-term returns It can hurt your ability to grow assets because the institutional marketplace is set up and structured in a way that you can be precluded if you operate like that but that's okay because I think we'd rather produce excellent returns for fewer clients than mediocre returns for many So style boxes matter at least if you're looking for institutional clients Yeah I mean I think Warren Buffett you know he talks about the keys or what he thinks is are the keys to being a great investor And he talks about emotional emotional stability independent thinking and a keen understanding of institutional and individual behavior So IQ doesn't make it up on that list But the reason behavior is so important is because again you know there are structures and constraints that pop up that create certain opportunities Again the markets are very efficient And so it's very difficult to outperform So there has to be some reason or something that's existing that creates an opportunity and makes the market wrong And those aren't easy to come by So again if people are defaulting to a certain behavior that might be suboptimal from a return perspective that doing the opposite might be what helps you earn returns So how much do you and build together buy into the Peter lynch philosophy of buy what you know It seems like a lot of the companies that you're an investor in you guys have a very deep pool of familiarity with and over and above what we traditionally think of as a basic research return do you buy into the lynch philosophy Well any great investor who's done really well and earned returns I try to learn whatever I can from them and the same is true of.

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"colby college" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"colby college" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Pacific time Sales of previously owned homes jumped in January despite a record low supply The national association of realtors says sales of existing homes increased 6.7% in January working out to an annual rate of 6 and a half million units The tight supply of them and strong demand boosted the median price of a home sold last month to $350,000 That's 15% higher than a year ago I'm Scott Carr And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom As we've been reporting Queen Elizabeth the UK is 95 year old monarch has tested positive for COVID-19 and has mild symptoms that according to her office Buckingham Palace The queen is experiencing cold like effects but expects to continue light duties at Windsor Castle over the coming week of the palace saying she has received all of her vaccinations China's general properties group has become the latest developer to warn it may not meet its obligations It's a surprise since the company had just announced plans to redeem a perpetual bond and boasted that one of its units had secured a $1.44 billion credit line from state owned bank of China Couple that with problems facing China's ever grand group and Bloomberg intelligence says heightened concerns about a lack of transparency in China's property industry may drive some investors to avoid it altogether For Brown university posting the best investment return in the Ivy League added more than $2 billion to its endowment Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett reports had also thrust the school into an elite club It reached the threshold for paying a federal tax on investment income Other schools expected to pay the tax include University of Chicago Vassar college wesleyan university dennison university Colby college Davidson college and Harvey mudd college this according to data released by the national association of college and university business officers and TIAA Greg Jarrett Bloomberg The donations of organs in New York are increasing this after the recent deaths of two public servants Leonard akin of live on New York says donations are up double digits 33 year old queen's firefighter Jesse Gerhard who died this week was a registered organ donor and tissue donor and is now expected to help 50 to 75 people Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is.

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"colby college" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"colby college" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The second temple in Jerusalem when a one day supply of oil lasted for 8 a small miracle but as Dina pritchett reports celebrating even a small miracle is exactly what some people need This past year has been hard for a lot of people For recent lichtman and her wife there were multiple miscarriages a COVID diagnosis Death of a beloved old dog And last November they lost their daughter at 17 weeks gestation It was a really difficult time last fall in winter for us And Hanukkah was quite literally bringing the light in little by little In the talmud one rabbi argues that all 8 Hanukkah candles should be lit at once But another argues for the practice eventually adopted Late one candle Then another So the light grows day by day Candles just do they do so much magic And we needed that in our House This past year people have lost so much of what they took for granted Health Family gatherings a regular day at school Rachel isaacs is the rabbi of Maine's congregation Beth Israel and teaches at Colby college She says Hanukkah with its story of resilience can provide some inspiration Not only to believe in God but in our own power that we can rededicate things that have been defiled and lost And we can create light when reasonable people think that darkness is our future The story of Hanukkah is the story of a small group that should have been defeated but somehow pushed back an empire And a jar of oil that held on long after it too should have burned out So I think that any time the laws of nature are subverted that's not minor right Any time that you have limited resources that can sustain you beyond what any reasonable person could think is possible that's a big deal So there is a line in proverbs that says that a candle or a lamp is the soul of humanity Joshua lesser is rabbi emeritus at congregation bait love reem in Atlanta This pandemic has made it impossible for almost all of us to show up intact We have cracks from this experience But where we're feeling cracks that's how the light gets in And it's also how the light of our soul emerges and makes a difference to others Striking a match just like millions of done before and maybe doing at that same moment can make a difference Alicia Joe ravens is an artist and Jewish ritual leader I think that ritual has so much power to help sanctify time that otherwise could just sort of pass and be kind of blurred into one night into the other night and the other night Pandemic days can feel blurred broken With not much to celebrate But Raven says that's why it's needed It's a miracle to just be here every single moment And carry these traditions down and wake up another day and see a tiny little match a tiny little flame illuminating an entire room For some people this year's Hanukkah lights will be a way to connect with what's been lost Or a celebration of the little things that have kept them afloat Or just a recognition that holding together and holding on to that light for just one more day than seems possible can be something of a miracle For NPR news I'm dinah pritchett That's how the light gets in This is NPR news Next time on reveal friends say police pulled over Billy Joe Johnson dozens of times before he died We may have been stopped Maybe 6 times in a month's time One officer's name kept coming up someone the lead investigator never spoke to Nobody gave me that name If they gave me a name my guarantee I would have interviewed him and had him in there On the next reveal Today at 11 on 93.9 FMW NYC.

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"colby college" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"colby college" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Much. So the bolivar big take that was among our most read on the Bloomberg. So is this story. It's about one of if not the most watched firm on Wall Street and what its head of the company's massive Wall Street Operations. Tim has to say about the trading outlook, and we're talking about J. P. Morgan. Yeah. Hannah Leavitt is finance reporter for Bloomberg News joins us on the phone from New York City. Among her most recent stories. JPMorgan Bosses predict banks long trading slump gone For good. Take us into it. Hannah, give us some context and background here. Talk about the trading slump that that we've seen lately. Yes. So thanks for having me on, um So after the financial crisis, Steve Wallet so that the total, you know, trading revenue for the industry up. Well consistently and the reasons for that were there were a lot of reasons, but there were more stringent rules were the rise of electronic trading. Low rates, pressure from new entrance and Outright disappearance of some of the products post crisis. So here we have a downward trend for years, and then that all stopped in 2020 because it was a banner year for these firms and their trading desk. So what? The what The leaders that Jason Morgan are saying is Trading is a growing business. Um But, you know, set aside 20 twenties results because those were one office as one of them described it to me in terms of being so high, however, the kind of dip is over. The worst of the worst is over. In terms of that dip, so you'll see. Uh Growth in the coming years. Uh, basically, the market structure changes and all that are in place and now trading will grow the economy. So we're supposed to read this. It's one firm, but it's JPMorgan Hannah. Right. Exactly. So they pull in, you know of the five biggest, uh, investment banks. They pulled in the most revenue for trading last year. So it's one firm. It's the biggest one in this area. And, you know, I mean, I think that we're especially heading into earnings next week where the comparisons are projected to be, you know, not great from last year, right? Jamie Diamond already said he signaled the potential 38% decline from a year earlier and trading and executives at Morgan Stanley and Citigroup also, uh, Tempered expectations there. So it's just an interesting dynamic to remember both next week and In the quarters and years ahead. So what do those years ahead look like? And what do those quarters head look like? Because 2020 I think for a lot of things could be considered an anomaly. Right? Exactly. And and in 2020 the trading desks really carried the team, um, for these banks, and so it remains to be seen. You know what these comparisons look like? We'll see you next week for second quarter And, of course, in 3rd 4th quarter and so on. We'll see then. But, um, to the extent that these firms are projecting economic growth, which Jamie Diamond wrote in his annual shareholder letter this year that he is expecting a period of growth, um That the idea is that trading grows along with the economy. I love how you drill down, or JP Morgan did whether it's you know, and share with us in our audience on YouTube and on Bloomberg Radio about us specifically equity versus fixed income China in particular. Mhm. Yes, that was definitely interesting. So, um what What I reported was that equities are will expand the industry's wallet more than fixed income products. Um, and among the other predictions were The U. S will be the biggest increase. The trend is also positive in Europe and the wallet from China will also as well, Um, but it's unclear at this point. What share of the additional business will go to foreign firms, but they will see some at least One of the risks that the trading doesn't need to be worried about. I mean, I think you can look back at the you know the kinds of changes that happened over the past 10 years and just think about that and really, the impact, you know, and there's always the Computers are taking over the world and trading desks and all of that, so there's there are changes that we can't Predict now that Will likely happen, or will certainly you know, You also write about persistently low interest rates being a challenge over the last slump, and I'm wondering about persistently low interest rates moving forward now. Yeah, well, and that's a good question, And that's something that we'll see in the in the coming quarters as well as you know, to the extent that that changes over the next couple years How worried are firms like J. P. Morgan and some of the other big banks Hannah on Wall Street when it comes to the startups, I mean, they all had to be Kind of in awe of the retail investor, the reddit traitor and whether or not we don't know what kind of legs it ultimately has, But it really does upend some of the way we trade. Yes, well, one of the things that I wrote in my story was that these leaders that JPMorgan were saying that companies like ST Martin with the most scales the ability to invest, um, will have an advantage here, however, it also going back to the diamond shareholder letter, and you know other executives across Wall Street across financial services. More broadly, have really sounded the alarm bell here on Earth in Texas, even big tech getting into financial services more at the need to step up competition. All right. Like we said, when it comes to JP Morgan, anything they say or two. We definitely take note of, and so do Bloomberg Terminal readers and we got earnings and we got earnings coming up right? And JP Morgan, really One of the big ones. Hey, Hannah. Thanks so much. Hannah Leavitt, she's finance reporter at Bloomberg News on the phone from New York City's still to come on Bloomberg Business Week. We're going to get to the chart of the day. We're going to talk markets with down trainer over at People's United Advisors. Also going to talk about New food delivery app. Actually, not so new. They've been around for a few years. I used it a tongue you did in the old days, the pre pandemic days and I'm dying to know from from Mary Diggins. By the way, we went to college together. I'm not going to. We did shoot. I saw the college and I'm like, I wonder if he knows how she was in student government. I believe it was a very small school Colby College, She was class of 05. I was classes. I was curious New.

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"colby college" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"colby college" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Of course it is. It's July for crying out loud. Of course, it's going to get hot. But it's crazy Hot here in the Philadelphia area, So people are saying You're not drinking hot coffee on these days, are you? Yeah. Is the Sun shining is the moonshining Is there air in the air? Of course, If things will never be so odd things will never be so hot that I do not drink Coffee. Coffee is just hear people talking iced coffee? No. No iced coffee is a little too sophisticated for me. I need my coffee in a very hot mug with a lot of heavy cream and a couple of packets of whatever's handy. No, I don't do the iced coffee. I know many people who do a lot of our listeners down south have taken iced coffee to a art form. I'm not already enough. I wish I was so raise your iced coffee, my direction. I'm raising my mug of coffee in your direction. As we sit here, saving America's wallets one hour at a time, and we're coming up on fourth of July. I love it. We got the cookouts. We got the hanging out with friends and family and way too many carbohydrates. Maybe that's just my house. And, of course, our favorite tradition. Watching PBS is a Capitol fourth. I absolutely adore it. Always have no other broadcast comes close. Who better to join me via our newsmaker line than the hosed. My social media exploded when I bragged about getting the chance to connect John Stamos. Welcome, sir. How are you doing? Good morning. Good morning. Good morning to you. No doubt already Know this. You've got a huge fan base. You upped Maya standards tremendously. Holy mackerel. Everybody loves you. It's July. My God, the summers flying has everything jelling for another capital for its. Hopefully, the weather gods will be kind again this year. You know, we talked about the list of names coming up for this amazing event. It's just incredible again this year. They keep upping the bar and they keep leaping over it. They have you the National Symphony Orchestra. Something for everybody. Just magic. Vanessa Williams Colby College I could go on and on. You have been doing this for a while. You're a seasoned pro at this, but there are some new names on the stage this year with you Are they intimidated at all by what's easily going to be millions watching them or are they kind of low key about it? What's been your advice to them now? Are you talking about puppets because they have no fear, our fearless We're celebrating Sesame Street's 50th out of Russia, and I'll tell you who is the most nervous is me because I'm going to fulfill a lifelong dream and get to sing with the Muppets on Capitol fourth television, So I heard about that. Also something about I've been wanting to for years. I'm any chance I get to celebrate our Vets in our men and women in the service we do, and this year I'm going to visit a group or within the wounded warriors called Music Court, and they are a bunch of musicians and behold, they need a drummer. So we are working up Zac Brown song, which is extremely patriotic, and it's going to be extremely emotional, and we're going to play live on the Capitol fourth stage, and that is what I'm most excited about. That's encourage. You know when I was bragging about having you on the show, one of the biggest strongest bits of social Media feedback that I received was huge appreciation for all that you do so much to honor. Our troops. Tell our listeners a little bit more about your plans for capital fourth and your huge interaction with our men and women in the armed services. It's got to be so appreciated. Well, I appreciate them and I know we all do and any chance we get and celebrate them. We do and to when you see these musicians that have overcome their their injuries and able to play and have an optimistic attitude is incredible. Now, let's go back into social media because I'm going to have to check you out. As soon as we get done in this interview. Maybe you have to say hi. And thank you because keep talking about the social media. Well, I gotta get I gotta follow you. Holy mackerel. No, it was on Facebook and you up. My, um my name considerably with just the name recognition there just freaking out. And why not? You're being very low key. Got it. But you've had this tremendous career where you have connected with so many people on so many levels. Blackie Parrish and Dr Gates and Jesse from full house. I mean, I've got all three of those on my resume growing up, so it's no big surprise. I'm 72 years old this week. You are not. You have simply jam packed through a lot of hard work an incredible career. But in all seriousness as your career has evolved when you first started as a kid, Did you ever envision yourself July 4th being the name and the face of a Capitol fourth? In our nation's capital. Was that ever on your radar? No way. You know if I always said, I probably will never write a book. But if I ever did it would it would be called if you would've told me if you would have told me when I was a kid that I be hosting the capital for like to be in our nation's capital, on the Fourth of July. With all these patriotic acts and celebrating the troops, I never would have believed if you would have told me that I'd be talking to you one day on the On the radio. I would have said, I don't believe it. I've had a last beautiful life. I'll tell you that much you do and you know I'm a big fan if you make your own luck, so I think you're reaping what you sow of it here, too. When you interact with these great crowds, you know, we're all watching it on the big screens in our family rooms were sitting there enjoying everything. Tell me a bit about the energy of those crowds. They seem so wonderfully appreciative. It almost seems like the crowds get bigger every year. It has got to be a logistical nightmare. Getting everybody settled and up and running. But every year you put Pull it off. What's what's that kind of thing like for the prep, especially now, in an age of quarantine, and such you guys are switching gears with how you're getting it out the door, But there's just so much work involved. Well, you know, I've been again. I've had such a blessed life where I've got to play with the greatest American. Rock and roll band in history. The beach Boys and I played gigantic crowds. But the crowd seems to be the most appreciate. Like you said the most patriotic certainly, I mean, you know I can look out and all the million home that are watching PBS and it doesn't matter what side of the political fence they stand on its. They're celebrating being American. They're celebrating being a family this year. We're going to really Really going to highlight what it means to be a family, an American family right now in our country and its energy. I'm telling you, I get to stand in the middle that stage and then there's this, You know, 100 piece orchestra, you know, so insulting me, sort of and great officers. It's just a lot of love and patriotism and I couldn't be I just the luckiest guy in the planet when I'm standing in the middle of it. I love that and that energy shows as well. It's tremendous watching you as a host, and I knew the time was going to fly. But I've got to get one more question. And you have been doing this for years now. And when you first started hosting a Capitol fourth you no doubt had ideas about what it was going to be What you know what to expect. But what has been your most surprising your unexpected take away as you now become the face of a Capitol fourth. What's been your biggest surprise in doing the show. I tell you when I started three years ago, I was I've always been a family man. My whole life. I've done family television. I've had a very close in that mother, Father and sisters, but I've never had my own family. Now I have my own family and to bring them to the capital to bring my son this year..

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"colby college" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"colby college" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"From a modern Maine seafood shack. Mike. Welcome to mow Street. Thank you. It's great to be here. It's nice to chat with you again. We chatted on the television show. Not too long ago. Um so your chef owner of even tied Hugo's and the honeypot in Portland, Maine. But here's my question. You went to Colby College. That a bachelor's in creative writing and religious studies And then you've got a masters in rhetoric. I didn't even know you could get a masters in rhetoric at the University of Colorado. So what was that path like? Well, I was always pretty bookish and kind of just good at school. My father retired now as an anesthesiologist, and my mother was a college professor. So Being a good student was always part of being a good son and my parents' house and I, you know, I've always been kind of a blowhard and enjoyed the sound of my own voice. Thank you again for having me on. Um and I always thought kind of in the back of my mind that You have nothing else. You know, I could go to a monastery. Or I could go to an academic monastery and just become a professor. So I went out west and ski bummed around. And that is what Really introduced me to cooking. And, um, that is where the hook got set on the idea of cooking professionally, But there was one last throw of kind of White collar ambition. I suppose you could call it so I applied to grad school when I was living out in Crested Butte, Colorado, just skiing my brains out Rock climbing a lot, and, uh, It was a two year program and I thought I'll give this a world and and I can confidently say that I do not want to work in higher education now. So you show up in Portland, Hugo's restaurant you now own and you said quote. I was wearing a ridiculous Nepali made yak sweater. So you didn't really look the part? I would guess. No, No, I didn't That was made dramatically clear by my my business partner and the previous owner of the restaurant, James Beard, Award winning chef and total badass. Rob Evans. Um, I guess I wore the Yak sweater a week before I came in for A working interview was still living in Colorado and I started trawling mains. Craigslist for job postings haven't gone to college in Maine and being born in Maine and Sort of. I don't know people in the West or just so gregarious. I always found myself wondering. Are you trying to sell me a vacuum cleaner or something? What's what's this interaction all about? So I noticed a job post for, uh They may have used the word Pasani er or fish cook something like that. I thought Oh, La la and I've been following rob, and they're really, really incredible food. He'd been doing it. He goes for For years, and I thought, Wow, this could be an opportunity to Live in a city that I love and, uh Really learn some cutting edge techniques, But, um, yeah, well that sweater to dinner and I walked up to the bar where then Chef de cuisine. Andrew Taylor and chef owner of Rob Evans were Having a glass of wine after their service, and I just said chefs thank you so much. The meal was incredible, really appreciate the opportunity for the stage and I walked away from the bar and Andrew later confided in me that he turned to rob and he said, Can you picture that guy? Ever working here, and Rob Think you know, made some scornful comment like Oh, absolutely not. But I'll be. I'll be the first to point out that I did quite well in my stash. And Andrew and I've got along famously ever since. And you guys won best James Beard Award for best chef, right? We sure did. Yes, sir. Yeah, So even tide is an odd combination. If I can say so. It's sort of a you know, Clam shacks, Seafood shack. Lobster roll fried oyster roll fried fish sandwich, and then you have crudo and you have this amazing nori vinaigrette of your salad. It is a mix of two very different things. Or maybe you don't feel that's true. I would say you're right on the money, Chris. I think it's an interesting beast from, you know, creativity standpoint. You know, when we're talking about food, Andrew and I will frequently talk about doing the highbrow, low browsing and talking through the even tide menu. You know, One station prepares very kind of fussily plated, Um, crew does with tweezers and you know tangles of herbs and delicate little garnishes and textural elements. And then the hot station is like pumping out chatters and brown butter lobster rolls, but we wanted to make sure that we had something that was going to really be reflective of blue collar, simple, homespun New England cuisine and something that would Play to maybe more of a metropolitan kind of food trend savvy audience. Let's talk about oysters. I am biased, but I assume you're really biased towards the coldest, most northern waters. Uh, what's your view of oysters? You like oysters? You don't like what to look for, etcetera. Um It's funny. I think that your perspective on it definitely changes. I feel like there's kind of a democratizing effect After you see, you know, I don't know how many million oysters we have served at even tide. But it's just bananas. It's like it feels like a war during the summer time. Um, but I think you know what What's always been and continues to be important to me, is, uh, I really like seeing oysters that come out of really cold water as you indicated that are really briny and Have something going on texturally..

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"colby college" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

The Ron Burgundy Podcast

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"colby college" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

"With great knowledge. I can't confirm this. But i've heard it said perhaps by me that you can earn a degree listening to my podcast. That's what i heard for my source my source that is perchance myself a little source in my head. All i'm saying is buckle up for learning here on the ron burgundy gas. My friend carolina has been by my side the whole time for my very first podcast which we did. Seventeen years ago. I believe and then tell. And she's learned ever so much. Listen to talk. Say a few words. Do people know. I'm not lying. How have you been. don't ask okay never mind. I'm not gonna ask. My car got stolen with with a lot of merchandise. Still in it or are you serious. I'm so sorry well the car will turn up. It always does but there was a lot of merchandise. What kind of merchandise can't be specific but rather goods women's accessories for her at his pleasure leather accessories audit brand name luxury items. I was planning to move. You know the game anyway. The thieves pick the perfect time a day which leads me to believe they knew my business. They knew i was transporting a full shipment of merchandise. They waited until i left my car loan with the merchandise in it. I went into my favorite watering hole. And as long as it takes to throwback two or three mid day cocktails that was all the time they needed to jack. My car o. Do you call the police. I don't wanna get the police involved if if you get my drift rain. Once the merchandise hits the market. I'll be able to track down the thieves and then plain and simple. It's hospital time. What are you talking about. You live in a fantasy world carolina. It's not all fuzzy socks and banana cream pies got i. I'd love to be naive is you. It would be glorious. What joy what he's no when you're a grown man sometimes you have to to get down in the gutter where it smells like cheese and urine and take care of business ti. Cb leave it at that. Suffice it to say the car the merchandise will come back to me for now. It's a mystery. Well i'm sorry to hear it. I really am. Oh i don't mind at all. I like good mystery. Which brings us to today's podcast today. On the podcast. I'm going to treat my listeners to a very special. Ron burgundy mystery. Oh that actually sounds like a lot of it will be a lot of fun. I've taken the time to write an old fashioned radio mystery. Something i've always wanted to do. It will give us both a chance to do some play acting and it should be a real nail biter. Radio were a big thing. The burgi household. Growing up really. We when did you grow up. Then like the nineteen thirty evans. No but but remember. I grew up very poor with none of the advantages you've had. I didn't have a tube of chocolate ice cream running into my mouth all day. Long the way you did carolina. I didn't have your dry skin problem. Either oh we could afford growing up was an old phil co radio really i. I don't think that's true. Well i could be lying. I do a lot of lying. You know you know that. it's good for the circulation. Eighty percent of all doctors will admit that a few lies. -oday will contribute to good heart health. You've heard that right. i have no it. Gets you excited. Nervous will my wife discover my secret. Letters will the irs find out. My podcast is a front for money. Laundering i mean. The medical community is divided. More research needs to be done. But it's basically been proven true lying nice on the body. It's proven jesus which woman what are you. I mean you're catching every one of my lives. Today i'm lying with great power authority and it's no match for your which he powers i give up. I just want to do a radio mystery. Our okay yes sounds fun. let's do it. That's the spirit and without further. Ado acuity here it is. It's good it's mysterious. That's powerful our focus right. Yeah it's in the pocket. It's in the pocket. Okay okay my name. Is ron burgundy. I walk beat. The city is my beat in the night is my mistress. She's accord mistress but one that i'll never escape not until the last criminalist put away for good in the world could sleep without fear they call me round berg. And this is the ron burgundy mystery ask do does. That was hard core the dramatic music. You good it's effective. Yes am i reading this part The ron burgundy mystery hour is brought to you by mr gravelly. Stay put hair tonic. Gentlemen have you ever been out with your gal and noticed your hair flops. Around like laundry in a windstorm. Well mr gravity's hair stay. Put hair tonic. Hold down even the wispy est. Hair worry not. Your hair will stay put in a motor car on the lake or even high atop the windiest bluff. You'll be safe everywhere with stay. Put hair mr gravelly. Stay put hair brother. You gotta put some infinite add carolina. La- i worked hard on this. Okay cure right and that little thing you read. That's going to pay for all year. American girl dolls. So i really need for you to come through for me. Okay i mean they. They taught you act hit. Kobe college right. No i didn't. I didn't go to colby college. Oh yes you did. No colgate no. Did you go to connecticut university of connecticut. No i went to sarah lawrence in new york did you colorado. I know because. I went to sarah warrants in new york. You sure you didn't go to whatever it is. It's a diversity of south carolina in columbia. Is there like as you go to columbia. University can live on. I swear you went to a college that started with a seat. Are you sure. Sarah lawrence isn't spelled with a c like cedar. Are you thinking that i went to college. That started with a c. because my name is carolina. That's what it must be right. I was sitting in my downtown office. One night Legs up on the desk enjoying a rare moment of serenity in a glass of scotch when my secretary carolina announced the arrival a visitor in the waiting room mr bergen. There's a boy out here to seal off. That's better carolina. it's much a boy and maybe it was some college kid looking to beat a vice rap or maybe it was a dog dressed as a boy. Whoever it was it was pretty late. Colin on ron burgundy but send him in carolina when the door open. I was expecting to see a beautiful woman with long fluttering eyelashes. But carolina wasn't lying there before me was a small boy dressed in shorts and a tee shirt with a ball cap hiding half his face in shadow. He fidgeted nervously with his baseball glove and handed untied sneakers. He spoke mr burgundy. My name is timmy. jones. And i need your help. Holy carolina. that was amazing. I'm not just saying it. It's like there was a little boy here in the studio with us. Bravo carolina okay. Sorry let's keep going. Oh my god. Kobe.

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"colby college" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"colby college" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"What about the nice town. It's a little out of the way but colby college is. They're they're doing well and and it's on. Its way to orono which is where the university of mania anyone's headed that way. The black bears at least the at colgate doing hockey we. That was a that was a tough bus trip from. Hamilton aren't out that was that was from time-to-time absolutely and then even the even the football i mean that goes back to the yankee conference days For those for those old enough to remember that with pretty funny you mass and yukon and so forth. The yankee conference charlie. I was absolutely Delighted with the work you put in here on this piece at thoroughbred commentary and you know you were uniquely qualified to attack these topics and to give everybody an overview. I told him a little bit about it yesterday. And a little bit about it again. This morning these are topics that are vaccine to the game and they're very involved and literally for the last two decades plus the industry's kind of grappling and there hasn't been any Any real appreciable movement There's little incremental things that that seemed to happen but the eighty w structure the the where. Where the w dollar flows and the computer assisted wagering teams That in twenty years have glommed. What almost thirty percent of the handle. Yeah.

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Colleges plan for virus testing, but strategies vary widely

On The Media

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Colleges plan for virus testing, but strategies vary widely

"Dozens of U. S. Colleges are announcing plans to test students for the Corona virus this fall. But their strategies vary widely. Colby College in Maine plans to test all students every other day for two weeks. And then twice a week. Harvard University will test students on campus three times a week. But some plan to test students on ly if they show symptoms or come into contact with a positive case. Federal health officials discourage widespread testing and college campuses. But researchers at Cornell and Yale University's say that without widespread testing covert 19 could be spread by infected students who don't show symptoms.

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UFC featherweight champ defends title in split decision

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

07:41 min | 2 years ago

UFC featherweight champ defends title in split decision

"I Will Fight Island was officially christened tonight for the UFC in Abu. Dhabi there was no baptism to be had in the main event of UFC two fifty one. What's going on everybody? Welcome to the official. You have to fifty one post fight. Show here on, May, finding dot com I'm Mike Heck location this week from Boston Massachusetts visiting the parents this weekend. That is Jose Jose. Main Event Kamara, who's been retains a welterweight title against Whore Mazal. Challenger looked pretty darn good in that first round. I'm pretty surprised that judges gave in that first round, but it was the much fresher champion that was able to sort of chip away at the always game, or hey mazda throughout the fire Ab. Fresher champion but Komo. Zeman was basically been in camps since beginning of this year, despite was like Ben Booked and booked in both supposed to fight earlier this by giving burns, and also muzzle steps in, so yes, he's finally fresher because he he's had the full camp and everything but I think Kamara wasn't one hundred percent in that fight, either considering this long extended, Feick at Ala, similar to twenty Ferguson with all these these these fights falling apart, but Kamara who's been one nonetheless, might not have been the most exciting fight. I saw a couple of tweets complaining about the fight and I really take that. I felt it was a lot of fans that were on this very muzzle hype train. He's on the video game cover on this baptism round the resurrection Super Necessary Punches bef tile, and that they were expecting violence, even mice I myself said fight between WHO's minimize well probably has a higher chance of ending in a violent way, but it did not come out who's been one I had them winning all five rounds the first round I guess. Didn't really matter to me. Who won that? I still come who's been what at least four of the rounds comfortably? The people complain about. The foot stopped the wrestling the headbutts. That stuff will come out. Who's been did what he had to do to win. That's exactly why I thought he would. Take, her might as well because all the time Mazal taking this fight on short notice. Kamara also took this fire. On short notice gets an extra a completely different fighter between Gilbert Burns as well. It's completely rechange leftist camp Had his new trevor wittman is corn for the first time fighting the guy all this bad blood is in the air all the pressures on him, and perform a like we ourselves, said all the pressures on who's Madonna not not a whole lot on Mazal, but at the end of the day. Who's been doing what he had to do? I didn't have a problem with the way fought. Might not have been the most exciting, but if I was going to pick up, predict away whose men would pull this off. This is exactly how I thought he would do it. Yeah, when you get a fight like this and you have a guy as hot as MAS. Bat brings in a lot of the casual fan base. Does your watch? As many events as we watch, and some of the hardcore fans watch everything so most people expected this fight to go exactly that way I thought the first row was going to be the most interesting round, obviously, because of Mazda was going to get it done. He's probably going to have to do it in the first five minutes, and this is the fire. We got like Mara. Who's been defends his title. For the second time. It was another classic who's been like performance and he gets a one-sided win and highly anticipated main event so in the end. We like to talk about the overall letter grade, but it felt like just kind of looking at the time slot when we're all said and done. We're getting ready to hit record here. We're just like man this is this is super late like I feel like the card and the whole night in a weird way. Wet Kinda slow did it not. started off really really quickly. Might just. Like I feel like the first few flew by and all of a sudden I had been watching fights for two and a half three hours and I'm like wow, this fight is cars going quickly I like this pace, and then we the main card and Amanda he boss comes in, and just submits patriots immediately i. wish went exactly as I expected, but then there was decision with Rosen on drugs, and then even Yawn Aldo finish, but it was in the fifth round, so there's still basically fought for twenty five minutes, and then we get twenty five minutes, Vulcanology Holloway and then we get twenty five minutes of in Mazda, also of these we've seen. We saw that graphic on the screen like. All the cards are three title fights, and like we used to fourteen had like Woodley Maya in Jones, a cormet and Cyborg Abinger, and then to seventeen to five those had some bangers like like two to seventeen had three epic fights three like violent, like just three of the craziest finishes you'll see. And then, of course to a five, the CONOR McGregor show, and then to seventeen had the DC Jones trilogy, so I think we're a little maybe. We'll. We'll spoiled on these three. These three title fight cars while we're expecting something like that and I loved all all great fights off spectacular fights, but I think a lot of fans are tuning in to see fight island. In the Mazar strain, all these title-fights might have been. A limited. I could see why they might have been little disappointed. I didn't have a problem with it, but probably was the night Dana White wanted in terms of finishes. Yeah, the main event may have disappointed some people but for. The Sake, this is like the best thing that could have happened for the welterweight division like if you're burns. Edwards these guys are pretty happy right now. Especially Gilbert Burns. One hundred percent I mean we. We set it on count after it was on what the heck or or post eyesore produce. All kind of blend together at this point in the summer, but we. We said if Moslem Dole wins. That's going to be a problem for the US's pockets the welterweight division I mean. We were talking about him fighting the bringing the both belts so that the Conor McGregor. The table and all this. Kamara who's been one and it's? It's a no brainer that Gobert burn gets three matches. Suppose he should've been fighting tonight. before covid nineteen October, nineteen. That's applaud the car, so yeah, for all the way division, and the the the martial art fans of the world that don't like quote unquote. Holding divisions I think that's a good thing, but I. Honestly I love chaos at Moscow had one I. Think I, think it would have been fun time in the world of May. And Mazda all. Let's be clear. We all know this. He was the a side heading into this fight. He's the reason. There was a lot of buzz and a lot of fanfare when you had a guy like game bread in the street that he's on. That's what happens, but a lot of people wanNA know where he goes from here. Because despite losing the fight tonight, he still has a ton of options moving forward. Chaos can still rain in some way Jose. Can you say that again? You cut off quick second. Chaos can rain. For horny Mas at all got about it because he's got so many options moving forward despite the loss tonight. Yeah, I mean Hoy Mazdas. All I'm Kamara. WHO's been himself set like he's GonNa. He's like. He's like he's GonNa. Lose all these like excuses. Bill didn't talk the finance days notice flu costs. The country doesn't have was coach in the gym, covert nineteen this and that so like I. Don't think I of course I think Mazda obviously cooled anytime. You lose. You cool a little bit Conor McGregor and Nadir's, and it's such an insane finish that they run it back, and you have another epic fight like that, but for Mazda all you're obviously going to a little bit but he himself said. Let me, get a couple of wins and they'll run back. I'm sure he want. He would love to five full camp but the Colby College. Is there I? Think that is going to drum up a whole lot of interest I. think people might even be more interested in that fight in the dynamic between those two fires, oarsmen and I think that Kobe Covington already Moslems? Fight does not need a title online. That's just two guys. They hate each other I wanNA break brick on each other's faces. WHO'S MCCANN? Fight Gillard. Leeann, Edwards of course out there, wonder boy thompsons, working his way up Santana, positive I think has covered to so he somewhere out there, so the welterweight division will move, but for now Mazda all. Of course cooled, but he's still I think still the hottest commodity hundred seventy pounds.

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