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Fresh update on "cornell" discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Always go back to people. Don't care what you're doing until you stop doing what you're supposed to be doing. And that makes great sense of place here. In this regard people are gonna have air worth issue. Probably with how this thing played out in the off season with aaron rodgers. That's all fine and good. But ain't nobody gonna care in green bay about this off season when air rogers returns and if he plays the kind of football he played this past season if he's an mvp caliber player again and they are a true contender for super bowl again. That's all rear view. Nobody's gonna care about what happened in this off season but if he starts to struggle this year. If this team doesn't look the part this year then voices get amplified of see. You don't wanna be here. He's not all body. He didn't put in the work in the off season. He was hanging out this celebrity wife all these things that have nothing to do with nothing to do with saying that the white tie with nothing to do with it shake it'll be amplified people will start to care if it doesn't look like aaron rodgers and that door is cracked open right now and it's going to be performing space. If he doesn't deliver people are going to point to. What's happening this off season so it lingers a little bit but my money would be on aaron rodgers to deliver because it's aaron rodgers. Cash has a bears fan and hanging out in the nfc. North slowly still breaks my heart all right shane jordan cornell for the guys here on keyshawn jalen zubin much aaron rodgers coming up next including how this might be affecting the locker room..
"cornell" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"You just heard from noah gray and cornell powell and now we continue on with rookie offensive lineman trey smith all season operation for training camp given the breaks in between minicamp. Slow now Audio to knoxville apartment. That was the first thing. I did And i was a little bit on the family. Georgios in dallas training training with dude. Many whether you were line. That's how to work out with a decrease since you were there was a. It's always a great experience. As about my second year. I would have gone last week over the course but every time i come out of there you learn different different things to your toolbox so it's an excellent event deuce been doing it for years and not really enjoyed increasing. I got a lot of pre ignition yesterday. That mitchell schwartz thanjavur allows yeah actually Had a chance to speak with him. Briefly Just ask for some tips or training camp so it was awesome. Finally getting to meet him Just like basic stuff you know. Bring a bed pad Brian comforter things like that little chilly in the dorm. Different in particular. Yeah i really do too much There's a couple of days with john settings and hollow look at it a little bit differently and Just a different some different things in terms of ham usage razor violence by the game your particular particularly all. This is play the game. I love people up. I love just like naga. Someone down rolling over on you know just talking in the head after place over with this is my personality. No meal's over. But i really enjoyed the violence aspect of the playing football coming couple days. It's really not during the as he gets ready. What about what about this huge carry over. What did you really need be enforced. I mean honestly. Everything needs to be reinforced. I'm always chasing perfection. Which is something. We can attain as human beings. But you know just The little nuances. That i have to take better care of in my game. You know paying attention to detail. Not being too overaggressive with a lot of things. I do and you know just being official with my play last said you know we're always tastes perfection. But we gotta do it every day and it's unattainable but there's so much out to work on my game not even close look at it for weeks. Now it's a hot attain. Offense is truly a blessing to be here with the chiefs organization Know i'm playing with guys. And i looked up to kids You know travis kelsey you tyreek hill this type of guys around me on excited about the opportunity to be here. I'm really blessing. They decided to take on realize what the standard was the part of the slapped me. I individual period until it was brutal but that was what i understood You'll winning culture in football expectations. You have to leave every day to the football player today. Your data company key. W we're about yeah. My dad headquarters is based out of kansas city. Blue seal so he actually has been down here multiple times Business trips and such so. They were pretty there he was. I'm not as much official. Was that time as he can. Where you can't hear eight extra yeah I mean this priceless disguise You know for constantly that went through the whole experience about having rookie not as last year. you know i. It was definitely a priceless opportunity to get acclimated. My teammates get acclimated with the playbook assistant coaches you get a general.
Behind the Development of the Sternberg Triarchic Abilities Test
"Great to have robert sternberg on the podcast sturm. Rick is a psychology professor at cornell university among his major contributions to psychology are the arctic theory of intelligence and several influential theories relating to creativity thinking styles love and hate a review of general psychology survey ranked sternberg as the sixtieth most cited psychologist of the twentieth century. And he's authored a co-authored over fifteen hundred publications including articles book chapters and books. And even that bios a huge understatement of all eve accomplished. Hey bob so great to have you in the podcast today. Thanks reeling having me. Thanks for inspiring me to go into the field. So i i is. It seems fair seems fair. No that will thank you. Thank you so much that means a lot to me You know in starting this conversation today. We could obviously talk about the research stuff. But i wanted to start more at your own childhood because i think it's i get a real kick out of every time i read that you created intelligence test when you were in. Maybe even elementary school. Can you kind of tell me about that story. Sure when i was in elementary school i didn't created i did poorly on. Iq tests is a young kid. In the late fifties early sixties. They used to give iq tests every year to group iq tests. And i did very poorly on them and you might ask how i know since they didn't give us the scores. But when you get the test and you only finish one or two problems and everyone else's turn the page. It doesn't take a high. You realize that you bombed so when i was in sixth grade i was sent back to a fifth grade classroom to take an easier tests that they thought would be more suitable to my ability level and because it was a fifth grade classroom my was less afraid and i think i did better i in seventh grade. I decided try to figure out why did so much trouble when he just said. I did a project on development of the mental tests and i devised my own. I teach us the very famous thoroughbred test of mental gallotti's stone. Which i'm sure you've heard of in. It's so widely used still haven't gone along with everything else from winners
Dissecting Benjamin Purnell and His Cult, the House of David
"After being booted out of ohio. The cornell's decided to relocate to the city of benton harbor where they settled on some land located on the southeastern shore of lake michigan there in nineteen. Oh three they founded religious society called the israelite house of david which aimed to reunite the twelve tribes of israel in hopes of preparing themselves to receive jesus christ upon his return to earth in the new millennium very long sentence. Yes so they're they've created the kalt role show credits. That's what we did. Yeah thanks for stopping by. Were you like in a movie when they say the name of the movie. I'm like when's the credits said take a shot. This goal was in line. With benjamin cornell's belief that he was the seventh and final messenger of god as prophesized by joanna south cod so big big shoes to fill. Yeah a little bit. Yeah more specifically. He was convinced that he had been entrusted to carry out the mission outlining the revelation chapter. Eleven verse fifteen which read quote and the seventh angel sounded and there were great voices in heaven saying the kingdoms of this world are becoming the kingdoms of our lord and his christ and he shall reign forever and ever and quote so basically wants to be The messenger of to god basically. It's always it's always to me that people that are super religious especially when you're in the mindset of being a cult leader or a member of a coal or something of the sort that you all of a sudden see yourself as this grand profit or character or a figure head. It's like where was the. Where is the bridge that gaps from lake normal minister. Who goes out and tells people about god to god chose me and i am in the to bring the apocalypse and bring jesus back in it. It's just always a funny jump
Rep. Sharice Davids: The First LGBTQ Native American in Congress
"So in your children's book called assurances big voice in right that when you think about winning your first election one of the things you think about is. How amazing is that you won but also that you even tried to win. Can you talk about that second part. The fact that you even tried to win why that's amazing to you. I feel like i have a life experience. That's not necessarily unique being raised by single parent working. While i was in school there are quite a few of my experiences that i feel safer just not uncommon experiences but they certainly at least growing out probably shaped what i imagined. I would be doing as an adult. Or what scope of opportunities or abilities were. It just didn't ever crossed my mind. That i might one day be running for congress. I mean you mentioned your education. I've a question about that. Actually you went to cornell for law school but before that you attended haskell indian nations university university of kansas johnson county community college and the university of missouri. Kansas city was trying to figure out like what you wanted to do. Was that financial. Like explain all those undergrads. It was a combination of all those things i think. Definitely some of it was financial. Johnson county community colleges one of the best community colleges in the country and says very fortunate to be living in the place. Where john's county community college at haskell indian nations university is in addition to the to the cost. It doesn't cost that much to go there but the experience of going to school with other native folks was very appealing to me and then some of it was that i just didn't know what i wanted to do. I feel like it was a combination of all of those things. I mean many part of your identity makes you stand out in congress. But i also have to assume that not. Many people have community college on their resume in congress. Yeah i think there's more now than there's ever been before. I remember talking to john hayes about it. I'm fairly certain that john hayes who you know before she came to congress was the teacher of the year at one point. I'm pretty sure that she went to community college as well
Understanding the Two Best-Selling Proponents of Critical Race Theory
"George Lynn Oy, Research professor of Public Policy and Political Science, University of Maryland, Maryland describe CRT through the writings of the two best selling proponents. Robin D'Angelo and Abraham X Candy. CRT begins with the perception that race is the primary way to identify and analyze people and consequently posits a racial hierarchy that supposedly exists with whites on the top and blacks at the bottom. Individual behaviors in significant because everyone in America functions within a society of systemic racism, structural racism and institutional racism. CRT affirms this perspective by pointing to various existing racial disparities, which it claims that the result of racist discrimination. So, according to this perspective, efforts by public and private organizations to enforce civil rights laws and employment, housing contracting education, etcetera. They're either insufficient or pointless. CRT offers two responses to this situation. First, all whites must admit their culpability by confessing the advantages white supremacy confers on them. Failure to do so reflects white fragility. An instinctive defensiveness, the white race said to display after they have been trained about their investment racism. Second, individual whites cannot hide behind any personal history of nondiscrimination. The desirability of race neutral laws or policies because the collective action of their race has been oppressive, and it goes on, folks. This is what the people Who believe in this are saying and writing. And reaching millions of people and reaching a kids in classrooms who have no choice but to listen to this stuff. And for Chuck Todd on Meet the Press and NBC To act like this is manufactured when the evidence is choking like smog. And for this full Cornell Belcher. To try to try and turn it on Republicans and Donald Trump just shows you what a sleazeball this guy is.
Activists Demand Answers After Nooses Found At Amazon Construction Site
"Month ago, nooses began appearing at an Amazon warehouse construction site in Connecticut. Police now say that only two of the eight ropes found by the sites workers were actual nooses as that investigation continues. Social justice advocates are trying to work with Amazon and the buildings contractor to make sure workers there feel safe. Connecticut Public Radio's Frankie Graziano has more Windsor, Connecticut Police chief Donald Melanson told NPR this morning only two of eight ropes reported on the site are being investigated his nooses that's news to Scott X S. Dale of the ACP, who's been talking to the contractor. We've been dealing with this situation close to six weeks now, everything that they've told us that the ropes that they've seen Would be considered a noose for as Dale. It's more confusion on top of an already confusing situation. He's just trying to make sure workers are okay. The most important thing is the individuals that On the site that are scared, and they shouldn't be scared. They should be able to give a hard day's work and get home safe to their families. The noose is a symbol of hate, and it stresses Corin Prescott out. She led a protest at the site last week. Many of our brothers and sisters hunger From nooses like the ones they were left here at Amazon to protesters chained themselves to a gate. Cornell Lewis was one of them. Okay, change of this fence. We want to know what is Amazon going stupid? Brad Griggs as a leader on Amazon's economic development team, which moved to secure the site after 1/7 news was reported. We did so after really pushing our developers and the general contractor to take control of this situation, Greg says. Amazon ordered the shutdown, even though it hasn't yet taken over the site. While we believe things were being managed appropriately. You know, looking back, we could have stepped in to assess the situation and understand what steps were being taken maybe a little bit earlier. Greg says Amazon's reevaluating its partnership with companies currently managing the site, the developer and the contractor. Scannell
81% of Low-Income San Diegans Spend Most of Income on Housing
"In San Diego was well. A new report from the San Diego Housing Federation shows 81% of low income families are paying more than half of their income on housing costs, a statistic housing advocates fear will trend up as more big companies purchase housing developments. Folks come in. Purchase the buildings and then raise the rents to what the current market is. And so we've seen a huge loss of naturally affordable housing in San Diego. And that's why the San Diego Housing Federation is pushing for legislation that would help organizations like nonprofits in acquiring property. Keeping rent at an affordable rate. They're also asking the state to pitch in $500 Million to help with this effort is Marie Cornell with our reporting partners 10 news, saying the new report shows there more than 130,000 low income families in San Diego who have access to the affordable housing projects, with African saying, in addition to building more affordable homes, There should be preservation of current homes to make sure they remain and the affordable category. Let's check in on the real time Traffic
81% of Low-Income San Diegans Spend Most Income on Housing
"Shows there are more than 130,000 low income families in San Diego that don't have access to affordable housing. Marie Cornell was reporting partner 10 News spoke to housing advocates on how to bridge the gap. A new report from the San Diego Housing Federation shows 81% of low income families are paying more than half of their income on housing costs, a statistic housing advocates fear will trend up. As more big companies purchase housing developments. Folks come in, purchased the buildings and then raise the rents to what the current market is. And so we've seen a huge loss of naturally affordable housing in San Diego, and that's why the San Diego Housing Federation is pushing for legislation. That would help organizations like nonprofits in acquiring property, keeping rents at an affordable rate. They're also asking the state to pitch in $500 million to help with this effort. Advocates say. In addition to building more affordable homes, we should preserve current homes to make sure they remain affordable with
The Lowdown on LinkedIn Marketing Solutions With Gyanda Sachdeva
"Ganda welcome. Hi alison thank you for having me so to start off. Let's talk a little bit about your career. This is lincoln so it seems appropriate. What what's been your professional journey from studying I learned this from looking at your lincoln profile from studying electrical and computer engineering at cornell. To where you sit now yeah. It's a great question. it's it takes me back to a really good time in my life as well. I started my career in engineering Studying electrical and computer science and and the net shifted gears and management science ended grad school but throughout i I thought i would end up very much. The technical space and i was very much looking forward to building products. As that was a team that existed even back then but when i graduated it was in the middle of the housing crisis and i recall finding a job as being one of the hardest things i did and i think now looking back having link tin was enormously helpful and another work on the product. Of course i have more insight into how works but even back then i was so grateful that it existed but i found my job Through a norwegian after people on lincoln my first job and it was in financial services. I did investment banking Time when it can imagine when the economy is going through so much At the same time those not much happening there were there. Were not many companies going public not much in terms of mea and so being an investment banking analyst at the time fed Kind of exhausting. Because you make all these books foot really no deals get done
Chris Cornell's Family Reaches Settlement With Singer's Doctor
Oversight Board to Facebook: Nice Try
"If you're a very specific type of person. You might have spent wednesday morning waiting anxiously to find out whether former president trump will be allowed back gun facebook if were kentucky or news or politics or spend a lotta time on facebook. You'll probably doing what i was doing. Repeatedly refreshing twitter waiting for the headline and wondering whether facebook's independent oversight board would say the company was right to kick trump off indefinitely back in january after the capital. Riots on wednesday. All eyes will be watching as the board makes a decision that will send ripples through the republican party. Washington dc and across the world the board to be honest. It's kind of what i expected. Kate clinic was doing waiting to see whether this board which is kind of like a supreme court for the company would agree with facebook or not before wednesday they had to. The company was wrong to take something down four out of five times and this decision about trump was the biggest one yet. What were you doing when you're waiting for the oversight board's decision breathlessly refreshing online to see what they were gonna take no. I was teaching class. Actually like i had a horrible timing of coming out directly coinciding with an internet law class. That i'm teaching right now for cornella. This class was at cornell but most of the time. Kate is a law professor at saint. John's university and she more than almost anyone outside facebook gore. The oversight board itself has spent the past few years thinking and writing about how to make something like the oversight board work. I was in class and my my students. Put the link to it in the chat for me. It was very cute. The board said yes okay. Facebook did the right thing into spending trump but an indefinite suspension was not appropriate and they said facebook needed to figure out its policies. Fast
Biden Wants 70% of American Adults Vaccinated by July 4
"In the fight against covert 19, and the date is familiar. It's July 4th of this year, but now he wants 70% of American adults who have gotten at least one shot by Independence Day. There is resistance, especially in rural America. CBS's David Begnaud continues our coverage. The Biden administration is also planning to work with more local doctors, who they believe will be key to breaking through that vaccine distrust in local communities. Dr. Stephen Lakey is the chief medical officer at a hospital in Fort Collins, Colorado, in the northern part of the state. There aren't any demographic that are gonna be suspicious or or have not heard the message from either you know, national sources or from national news, And I think having that impact of having our local leaders in those rural environments is gonna be critical. Back in Maryland vaccine administrator Cornell candidate says some people have been able to overcome their vaccine hesitancy. In a game
Jimmy Boeheim Transferring to Join Dad, Brother at Syracuse for Final Season
"Jimmy, behind son of Jim Boeheim and brother of Buddy Boeheim will be joining his dad and brother and Syracuse Orange next season. After not playing this past season at Cornell, due to the Ivy League, not having a season, he thought it was time to return to what he called home. Here is his brother on how it came about. Once you started, the season came and their season was canceled and just based off this season and performance he had last year averaging close to 17 a game. 67 rebounds really improved and This summer. I just realized that you got a lot better and he could. He could help us. I thought even this year, but he was ready to the point of this level. And me and my dad kind of talked about here and they're just saying what he could do for us, and I think middle of this year he kind of had his mind up that he was going to come here and it was just Excitement, and I think he just can't wait to get here and get playing. But when people talked, you know about you around your dad's program. No one said like he was the coach's kid. Everyone said you were just another guy and that you're coaching your dad made you work like everyone else. How do you think that helped you develop under him? And how do you think that's gonna help your brother? I think it helped a lot right from the start. I told him this streaming like everyone else. I'd yell at me when I make a mistake, And obviously he's often coach so I know he's going to do just that. I don't have to tell him anything, and he knows what more Evades me how to motivate me, and he knows I'm gonna work as hard as I can. No matter what. So Jimmy's the same way he works just as hard. He's got that great mindset. He's tough, and he's gonna be ready to work from
Suspect Linked to Burleson Officer Shooting, Caught Near Oklahoma
"Burlison police a suspect Jerry Don elders, is in police custody after having been found in Gainesville, Texas. Burlison chief Billy Cornell, says elders Shauna to Burleson officer during a traffic stop yesterday morning and his link to the shooting death of a woman who he stole a car from the officer was transported by another officer to John Peter Smith Hospital where he has alert and in stable condition. We do not believe he has life threatening injuries, but we're still investigating all the shots and how many Texas. DPS issued a blue alert on Wednesday and elders was arrested shortly thereafter
Biden Administration Will Not Require COVID-19 Vaccine Passports, White House Says
"Proof will be required for entry. But while schools and businesses may want some documentation, the idea of a vaccine passport is not going to be mandated by the federal government, at least, according to White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki. The government is not Now, nor will we be supporting system that requires Americans to carry a credential. There will be no federal vaccinations database and no federal mandate requiring everyone to obtain a single vaccination. Credential. She did say their concern was with protecting Americans. Privacy colleges like Rutgers, Duke Brown Cornell are requiring students to get vaccinated. Cruise lines like Norwegian and American Queen Steamboat will require all guests and staff to be vaccinated. The MBA announced last week, a partnership with a comedy called Clear, which has developed a health pass AP Clear says it offers covert symptoms surveys but also a way to store test and vaccine data. The Miami Heat has started allowing fully vaccinated people who can prove it. Sit in two sections closer to the court. They still have to wear masks. Last week, the Mets announced they'd also be using clears health passed to confirm a fan's negative covert tests before game attendance. MGM Resorts is also partnering with clear, as is Las Vegas Sands Corporation. And, of course, as you might imagine, the airlines are considering all of this to their trade group. The IA Thia says they've been working on a travel pass. Different countries have different covert restrictions before entering. And while New York was the first state to create a so called vaccine passport with the Excelsior past other states are interested. Hawaii is partnering with clear and the Commons Project Foundation on digital vaccine authentication. IBM is also working on a digital health past using Blockchain technology. So is all of this A good idea. Is it legal? Should we be calling this
"cornell" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Cornell, of course, died in 2017 suicide by hanging at the MGM Grand in Detroit. Room number 11 36. 2012 season table nine years ago. On this day, The Lion King passed The Phantom of the Opera as the highest grossing Broadway show of all Time. Phantom of the Opera is now dropped to number three. The Flying Kings won. The Phantom of the Opera is three. What's number two? Hamilton? No cats. Not yet. No rent. No. Okay, I'm out. Wicked. Okay? Yeah. Birthdays today include Rudy Huxtable from The Cosby Show, Keith tonight Pull him She's 42 Cynthia Nixon, who played Miranda and Sex and the city. Is the double nickel. She's 55. She ran for governor and lost in 2018 in New York. Born on this day in Houston, Texas, turning 67 actor Dennis Quaid In birth date today. How catch him going down a dead end. Where you going? Good donor. I'll let alone shoot up. Blood is a small town Saturday night. I'll catch him born on this day in 1953 died in Fisher, Texas, just.
Cornell University To Require COVID-19 Vaccine For On-Campus New York Students
"For its students and staff. CBS is least Matteo has the details. Cornell University officials say all students and staff returning to Ithaca, Geneva and Cornell Tech campuses will be required to get a covert shot for the fall semester. Those with religious beliefs or medical conditions that don't allow them to receive the vaccine will be exempt. Officials say. The move will place them in a better position to resume in person classes. The New York College follows other institutions like Rutgers Universe. City who announced a school wide mandate last month. Lisa Matteo CBS News, a
Unwinding Anxiety With Dr. Jud Brewer
"So maybe the best way to launch into this. Is i just define our terms when we're talking about anxiety what are we talking about specifically and how does that differ from other kind of kindred emotions like fear and worry and and the like. Yeah i think that's a great place to start so if you look at i think the dictionary definition of anxiety goes something like feeling of worried nervousness or unease about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome It's interesting in that definition. Worry is an interesting word because it can be a noun like this feeling of unease but it can also be a verb. Where i am worrying so i think. Let's bookmark that. And come back to that. Because i think that's a really critical distinction That in both of those can actually the now and can lead to the verb which can feed back to the noun of worrying but looking at it from a scientific standpoint. I think a lot of people. It's exiled was something that's kind of necessary needed for survival. You know especially right now. And that's something that i dove into a lot of my book because i've been really interested with this idea. You know there's this whole idea of performance and i actually haven't found any evidence to support it so let's bookmark that as well and talk about some of these origins here So think of fear as a survival mechanism okay. We've talked before about habits and setting up habits for survival right to remember where food is and to remember where dangerous so these learning mechanisms go way back. You know that could serve the sea slug like this is the oldest learning mechanism known in science positive and negative reinforcement. So if you zoom in on fear as a negatively reinforced behavior fear helps us survive fray think of our ancient ancestors album savannah they are forging for food right. But they don't know if it's dangerous so they're moving from their safe zone their cave out into more of an uncertain space the satnam so their brain naturally goes on high alert to tart. Start to learn things like. Oh there's food go there again. There's danger don't go there again okay. So fear helps us learn where things are safe and where things aren't safe so we can avoid the unsafe places that fear mechanism is is part of the brain and then layered on top of it is a thinking and planning part of the brain neo cortex prefrontal cortex in particular and this is interesting because it helps us survive in a different way. It helps us survive through thinking planning yet. It needs information and preferably accurate information so in this day is a lot of misinformation which gets in the but it also is helpful for it. They have precedent. So when it's going into unchartered territory. It's really hard to think and plan you know like. Oh let's let's go explore saturn. Well we've never done that before so so we've got you got you got to think of a bunch of things and try to approximate. But it'd be much easier if somebody else had explored saturday and wrote a book about it. So do this. Don't do that okay. So the prefrontal cortex think of fear. Help survive the prefrontal cortex survive. But if you pair fear with a lack of certainty right which is what. The prefrontal cortex is trying to help us do is trying to help predict the future based on past experiences if there is no precedent if there's a lack of certainty that fear plus uncertainty leads to anxiety and people think oh anxiety. It's going to help me survive. No right there is no evidence for helping us survive. It makes our thinking and planning bring go off line. And if you think of the extreme form of anxiety panic right which is wildly unthinking behavior. That's that far end of the spectrum of anxiety right. it's an interesting but subtle an important distinction in that it is the uncertainty. That's driving the irrationality right. You can be afraid when you have a certain set of predictable parameters to deal with but when you don't know what you're venturing into that's what provokes anxiety so it kind of extend that what's fascinating about that is. It's not the dire consequence that creates the anxiety. It's the lack of certainty around whether that consequence is going to be dire or not so dire. Yeah absolutely and just to be super clear for your listeners. It's not that fear is a problem right. Fear helps us learn in new situations in particular But fear doesn't have the same neuro chemical Reaction in the brain anxiety like how nero chemically like. How do these two things distinguish themselves. Yeah i don't think all of the industry's been worked out. But i think one way to think about this on a temporal scale so if you look at the timescales you could actually differentiate them pretty well as an example of. Let's say stepping out into the street. So let's say in this day and age when everybody is distracted by their cornell. Well say are weapons of mass distraction. You know everybody's looking at their phone so somebody steps out in the street. It doesn't see the bus coming bearing down on them. They instinctively jump back onto the safety of the sidewalk and say instinctively because this is much faster than our thinking brain. Imagine you look up the bus and go. Is that really going fast enough you know. Is it going to veer splat. Credo no time for that so we jump back onto the safety of the sidewalk and then we have a fear response. All of our our basically our fight or flight response cakes in and says well that was crazy and i to be more precise that fight or flight response is where we get these catecholamines. We get all these basically adrenaline surge. That says hey you gotta you gotta run if you need to if you're not if you're not safe at this point okay but that also helps us have this fear response that says wow. You could have almost gotten killed. You should learn from this. Look both ways relearn what you learned as a kid. The problem is so that's think of that as super rapid. Is that instinctual response. The rapid response is that fear response. But then ideally that drains out of our system and we move on when we've learned right so this is what differentiates eighty is with the anxiety. Maybe we keep replaying it in our head. Oh i could have gotten killed. I'm an idiot. I shouldn't have done that. That is just kind of keeping that fear. Response going chronically naked. Happen for hours days weeks years you know and this is where people you know. It's not like we need a lifetime of psychotherapy for fear response right but what we do. What we do need is the ability to see the difference between a helpful fierce bonds and us literally getting spun out of control because our minds going out of control making us continue to think about it right. And i think we're all experiencing some very ation on those two things over the past you know year whether it's fear or unhealthy anxiety you know amidst a global pandemic and you know our weapons of of mass distraction that are feeding us conflicting about x y and z. I would suspect that you know. This is created an unbelievably robust. Petri dish. For you to really you know immerse yourself in the subject matter in which you are an expert and i know that you know early in the pandemic like last may you were writing pretty extensively about anxiety and how we were you know grappling with how to manage this this crazy shift in all of our lifestyles but here we are almost a year later It would seem to follow that. There's less uncertainty now. Perhaps the same amount of fear but have you seen any kind of differentiation in how your patients or or the population at large is kind of coping with Cova i so i would say there are two main things that i'm noticing both in my clinic and then just at march one is that there is that big spike of while. This is crazy this is really going to be a pandemic as it. Wow this really is a pandemic and then how dangerous is this. How infectious is this. All of that that uncertainty has gone down a little bit and the death rate has gone down when people figured out things like using steroids. To help you know severely ill patients so that part has helped yet. We've seen continual spikes and these are intermittent once we don't know when they're going to happen. With other forms of uncertainty like the variants o of this variant popped up. And now there's and then those things feed a whole 'nother level of uncertainty. We've also seen things that really haven't changed that much. In terms of the uncertainty you know small businesses for example the economy for example. This is totally unprecedented. So everybody is kind of feeling their way through this whether it's a poor small business owner i've seen so many who've just like put their life savings in like just one more just one more month right and then they crash and burn or the. You know the feds are trying to figure out how to prop up the economy without you know throwing us into whatever wild inflation or whatever. That's not my lane. So i don't know but the other piece that i've seen on top of this is how people are coping coping with air quotes. Because you know you've probably heard of a quarantine fifteen and where people have gained weights and people are turning to these short-term coping strategies because they are immediate and you feel good in the moment whether it's drinking drinking has gone up. Actually it's interesting. 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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo under pressure in harassment probe
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Preservation Chicago announces most endangered places in Chicago
"Chicago's lakefront is on an annual list of the city's most endangered places. The group preservation chicago says it's concerned that public lakefront lands are sometimes considered development projects by politically connected developers and institutions and suggest the city park district pursue a national park designation for the entire lakefront. Also on the list roman catholic churches throughout chicago for a second time as the archdiocese of chicago was forced to consolidate or close parasitic parishes and churches and the phillis wheatley home at fifty first and south michigan which once served as a safe haven for black women and girls coming to chicago during the great migration but it has since suffered santeuil deferred maintenance also on the list of seven or the south chicago masonic temple the cornell store and flats the central manufacturing district original east and west loop industrial buildings
"cornell" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk
"We don't know shit about again. Just blog the story. I got to thinking about whatever I texted. You guys like hey, we should do. you know conspiracy dog, walk on this and you guys looked into it, and you're like holy ship like. Let's do it today, so this isn't me like being like. This is all truth. Is I have friends that are way more? Versed in this, and no yeah, and she continues. She said my husband had no intention of leaving this world. He did not have control of his faculties. Do Toxicology perhaps even exacerbated by other factors including a head injury, which was referenced into ems reports for left out of the autopsy report. So this is Cornell Chester's why this is Chris Cornell's of. And I. think that's that's probably the first important point. Right When talking about someone do they do it or do they? Not as you know, someone has to allege that. Hey, they did not have these starts right not wanNA. Do this so. That kind of puts everything on the radar. I guess yeah granted like I. Mean Not everyone shares those thoughts with everyone soon. How may she just didn't fucking? No. Possible, but it but it you know it also opens a window for foul play because they like. Everybody was reporting that he you know committed suicide and she's like no, he might have act like had these drugs in his system and had a head injury. All of it together lead him to do some some things or not like maybe who knows what the head injury was from is referencing the EMS report. But not in the not in the autopsy, which is kind of weird. So you know it kind of it, it both like clarifies your own stance, but also opens up. Maybe Pandora's box of could be anything. Okay, we'll. Stop it right there We'll be back tomorrow with part two..
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"cornell" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics
"Claiming I. For my family. Who in the hell gentleman walk. Lists you don't know how much. You should take those words down channel made her family love your family. The gentleman will suspend. Gentlemen suspended time belong to the gentleman from Louisiana Cedric which was that a nerve? Gentlemen from Louisiana so even though that clip was also nowhere to be found on the news of course that Shit went viral, because everyone needed to know where the Fuck Matt Gaetz is mysterious, non white child came from turns out. His name is Nester. He's Cuban. He's nineteen and he was never officially adopted by MAC AIDS for whatever reason. This Cuban kid went to live with the gates family when he was. Was a teenager. The details around his exact age are shady. An unknown as are the details of his exact relationship with Matt Gaetz the twitter detective trolls went to work in record time, unearthing several different tweets gates calls for his helper, a local student and Congressional House page never once booking, calling him his son never once mentioning that he was a even a family member or even familiar with the kid. After these wondrous tweets were revealed as well as several pictures of nest store, looking much older and sexier than someone's fake son, social media wet crazy, accusing gates of being everything from a pedophile to a sex trafficker now. I'm sure some of you are cringing. Saying that's very inappropriate. Well. Regardless of the validity of the accusations Matt Gaetz deserves every heinous and bullying tweet that he is sent, he was famously the sole vote, the only vote against an anti human trafficking bill, and he voted against the Border Security and Immigration Reform Act and this past April. He debuted a bill that he himself wrote. That would require all illegal immigrants to be deported in pandemic. His fake gay son is an immigrant. Matt Gaetz Man. As one of the most important members of our society and of the government. Okay, I actually think okay okay. I actually think he believes he's a Patriot I. Do I do think he thinks I think. He also knows he's a closeted hypocritical bigot. Who if it was in the time of Hitler would be his right hand man, and he should change his last name to Gurgles. If you know Harry, Potter at all he is Worm Tale. He makes Brett Kavanagh look like a puppy. He makes Jim Jordan and Stephen Miller America's literal worst garbage presidential muscleman look like his uncle's from an underground KKK meeting, who wrote him a playbook of which he has learned to a T. Matt? GAETZ is a master at bullying trolling and spin. He is the perfect lucky of the trump administration, and it's shameful that no one has taken this piece of shit down. He is the kind of guy. Guy Who would turn a Dick Sucking Lady of men into a muff diving bull dagger, because he's that repulsive Matt Gaetz is the definition of hypocritical lying yarn twister. Who can take anything you say and spin it until the point that he has now sitting in front of us with his boyfriend, and looking us in the eye, and saying it's his son, he will act outraged at your very questioning of his beloved son of color, whom he loves more than life, and he knows better than anyone what it is to care for a young man who's also an immigrant and non white male in our society Matt. Gaetz as a hero. How dare you, Sir now in all honesty? I enjoy saying he's in the closet. Okay, because we all know, he's hiding something major and something that would destroy his credibility in the world of the KKK of which he lives and subsists on their ges. He's gay or merely a pedophile I'm not entirely sure what I do know is that kidney store is not his son. He never actually adopted him. Li. Li I do know that Matt. Gaetz hides behind his patriotic nationalism to defend his racism, and is desperate need to be accepted by other white men I. Do know that Matt Gaetz is fighting tooth and nail four Donald Trump and is blocking legislation when it comes to police, brutality and justice reform because he thinks it goes too far, and someone needs to speak for the police officers, and the good men and women who wear the uniform I do know that gates is a die-hard conservative, because like every conservative. He's desperately clinging to his white privilege and. And can't stand that. It's being stripped away from him I. Do know that, Matt. GAETZ would have a black man arrested to never see the light of day for drunk driving and assault. Well Matt Gaetz has received a Dui more than once, and still a United States Congressman I. Do know that Matt Gaetz face. Parkland parents and told them what we need in order to solve gun. Violence is a border wall. That's video. Look it up. I. Do know that Matt Gaetz will do anything to pander trump I. do know as a new lawyer WanNa Matt. Matt Gaetz his big cases to file a debt collection suit against an elderly woman who couldn't pay her home, care firm and guess who that was owned by fucking Matt Gaetz, as Shitty Nazi Dad I do know that even though he had made twenty nine thousand dollars salary as a lawyer, he somehow spent one hundred thousand dollars of his own money into his own campaign for Senate and spent more and got more money donated to him because of stupid fucking father I. Do know that the second. He got into the Tallahassee legislature. He propose bills that. That sped up. Executions imposed mandatory fifty year sentences for some rape cases ban abortion coverage in healthcare provided by Obamacare and I do know that gates is a mega troll on social media and uses twitter to do such things as quote. I just saw a woman at Publix, access or food stamps and yet her back was covered in tattoos. Re tweet if you want entitlement reform. I do know that Kid Nestor is hiding. Something that make gates does not want us to find out about I do know. That Matt Gaetz has no shame integrity our. Of what it is that anyone needs in Congress? Except for whoever's in power, and who can pander to, and it goes on and on and on and on, and we don't have enough time till this everything. Matt Gaetz his done to access your gag reflex Matt Gaetz Stanford for nothing. Except his own promotion, he comes from a Republican political family. His father was a congressman, and clearly as a chip on his shoulder that he can't apparently run a plantation and another thing. I'm not calling him. Him Gays and insult I'm saying he's closeted because he's spineless, taught who can't handle his insecurity and fear and daddy issues and loss of white male privilege, and he's just one of those guys who wants to follow a dictator, and feels empowered and sexy when he dominates spreads, Hitler's desires by saying is just doing his job and he's a patriot. He's a dangerous giant racist self, hating gay rat, who is carrying disease onto all of us, and he must be rooted out and fucking destroyed. Did you do therapy. I sure did yup. I sure did and you know I dread it now, and I, don't want to kick and scream all the way there at this point, but it did make me feel better, and it really is worth sticking with and committing to, and if nothing else, I'll tell you this. Unlike anything else and better help. Dot Com is is therapy. It's online therapy..
"cornell" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"That's amazing. That's important, but you also need to look around and say. What else have we done besides the statement are they're black people on our board are they're black people on our staff Are there black people in our? In our volunteer organization, and if they're not, you know, why is that and can we partner with? Organizations that have black members so I know. Sometimes people say well. We invited everybody to join us. No Right. People showed up okay well. That's the time to you know to partner with groups that are doing this work. And then I also wanted to let everyone know that. The Congressional Black Caucus is. A national townhall online on Friday that everyone is invited to. This is a great opportunity to hear about the policies that are being pushed at the federal level, and how you can support them. Awesome it'll all be on. On our page, and so much more to talk about, but we really are excited to talk about it with Cornell Belcher. Cornell Belcher is president of brilliant corners, research and strategies in MSNBC, contributor and author of a black man in the White House Barack Obama and the triggering of America's racial aversion crisis, a messaging in polling, strategist and political. Advisor Cornell has worked with the Obama campaign. The DNC Emily's list and many other campaigns organizations Cornell thank you for taking the time to talk to us. It's so hard to know where to begin this week, but let's start with where you are today, and how things are going in your community. I am..
"cornell" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"There are other things that I can do that can be effective and powerful, and we're GONNA. Talk about that a little bit today as well. Yeah let's talk about that, but before we do I on behalf of everyone listening all of us, congratulations on your little baby progressive activists. That's growing in your belly right now. Thank you you know I. I was thinking about talking about this and like I said. I haven't talked about it. A whole lot with people process that it was happening and then corona virus was here and then. thing just things that our country started s laying my first thought when I realized I was pregnant. One of my first thoughts was. Omega, the baby's going to be year when it's time to vote and I'll get to take the baby vote with me and take a picture and. when he's ready to register I'll be able to show it to a like. You know you've you cast your vote when you were two months old and. I. Don't think we're going to be able to do that this year. Which is fine I did think that there would probably be some unrest, the election but This I. Did Not expect and I am if it creates change then. It's it's it's worth it. But you still have like a lot of apprehension saying okay, what World Am I? Bringing this little one into If it saver for him. then. Then what a blessing you know! What an amazing time to to to bring a little black baby into the world, and that's a little bit safer for him, but it sure doesn't feel that way at the moment so. You know here's hoping. You may not be able to May or may not be able to take your infant to the polls with you for that picture, but Your child is going to look back at this history that we are writing together. All of us everyone listening to this all the people who are in the street right now and Your son's going to be able to look back at his mom's role in in building this future for him, and for all of our children and the work that you've been doing in this moment, which has been remarkable and inspiring, and whatever picture you do, or you don't get. He will be so proud of his mom, and and the stand that she took in the work that she did. Is Sweeten Generous for that Steve. I've been writing him notes in a little book, and trying to track everything that's going on, and sometimes I'll write something it'll be like this is for a baby too scary. REITERATE DOWN! Oh. He's gotTA. Know what was going on. He's added. Know who George Floyd was and. What happened after George, Floyd was murdered and there's going to be an appropriate time to talk about that, and unfortunately it's probably going to be pretty early on, but he. He will need to know that it happens and I'm excited to. Get His. Opinion on things when the time is right. I heard from an activist friend last night at at a dim meeting thing. And what you just said made me think of what he said. He said that when he was growing up as a young black man, his mom told him. Aren't going to be fair for you and life is going to be a lot more difficult for you. And I was really struck by that because the messages that I got. As a young white boy! was. The world is your oyster. You can be anything you want to be. And this is part of the this is what institutionalized racism does at a very early age, so we're GONNA? Talk about it more with Cornell and Obama.
"cornell" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"This is episode forty of how we went. All over the country protesters are using their voices and standing up for their very lives. We're not just witnesses to history. We are the ones writing it and we have a responsibility to stand up to injustice everywhere. We see it. We stand together, and we'll get through this together. Joining us today is political strategist MSNBC CONTRIBUTOR and author of a black man in the White House Cornell Belcher. We'll talk about this extraordinary time and the thread narrowly terrible response from the president. We'll have a conversation about how we support this movement where we go from here and what you can do at this moment. I'm Stoop Pearson and Mariah Craven. And this is how you win. Off Another way, let's stop thinking voice. Don't matter. If both. Both for the president for the preliminary. Everybody. Does.
"cornell" Discussed on Masters in Business
"So let's let's get to our our favorite questions that we ask All of our guests. And let's start out with streaming. What are you? What are you watching either on Netflix? Amazon or Disney? Or whatever or what podcasts. Or what are you doing to stay entertains during this shelter in place period? Well as I mentioned I've got five kids. Age seven to fourteen so. I have rediscovered every Disney movie out there and twice and then I have tried to introduce them to some Hollywood classics Casa Blanca the man who shot Liberty Valance And I'm a little less successful in getting them involved with the classics. But I've I've become reacquainted with my Disney childhood that that Disney plus went from almost no subscribers to I think they're up to forty million in an incredibly short period of time. It's a giant lockdown success story. You've mentioned mentors several times about your mentors. Who helped helped your career help? Who helped you form your philosophy of merchant banking well? My my first boss was Dan night. It could Goldman Sachs and he was tougher than tough but generous with his teaching. And he set me on my way Steve Friedman made me a partner in ninety. Four and Hank Paulson was kind enough to take me under his wing and they were my formative Mentors at Goldman Sachs and then I met Bill Berkeley Bill is the chairman of W R. Berkley Insurance A spectacular investor and a partner of mine and a very tough task pastor You know he is a little older than me. And he's up every morning at the crack of dawn and demanding the same from everyone and he's terrific My friend for best. Iki who runs the Kuwait Investment Authority? He has been a wonderful mentor for me over the years. And then frankly my wife the best sounding board on the planet. I lay it all out for her. And her quintessential common sense and deep intellect. It's like no. You're being stupid there. No that sounds okay. You know so. It's a combination of having you know true love at home and wonderful partners in your life that basically point out where you're acting like an idiot and try and set you on the right path that that sounds like a nice group of of mentors What reading these days? Tell us about some of your favorite books or or what your plowing through now. Well Favorite books. I always go back at least once a year and I read on the road. By Jack Kerouac and the sun also rises Bhai Ernest Hemingway. Just because they touched me when I was living in Paris courtesy of Davis Polk in my twenties and there are essential truths there. I've been reading a lot more history. These days of the foibles of how we fell into World War One. Because I worry a little bit about what's happening in the South China Sea and then my kids. I pulled out some old dickens for them so we're plowing through talented cities and great expectations. And so that's that's been the last. That's been the lockdown reading lists for the last two months. Well what's the book you mentioned about how we fell into World War One? I hear the title. Well Barbara Tuchman Guns of August catastrophe. Nineteen Fourteen Europe at war by Max Hastings. I mean there's it's just history does move in circles and so seeing how a nation's fell into cataclysm one hundred plus years ago and I worry a little about it today with what's going on internationally just reminds me of you know what to do because I am involved in Asia Society and the Council on Foreign Relations and in a small way. Just try and remind people that we're not immune from making the same mistake twice to say the least the book that has always stayed with me about the transition period from World War. One four two is lords of finance by a Likud. I don't know if you're familiar with that. I am terrific book Yup absolutely So our our final two questions. What sort of advice would you give to a recent college grad or or someone of that age? Who was interested in pursuing a career in merchant banking? I maintain the sense of humor. And make sure you have lots of patients because you need both in order to be successful. I think I've found that broad based liberal arts with an ability to understand the world in its totality so read a book of poetry. Read a novel Understand History. Understand a little of science just demonstrate a knowledge of the world and be open to trends and not locked into specific thinking and obviously work whatever relationships your you have your friends parents your parents. Your College Development Group Because getting out and talking to as many people as possible is important to find a fit because I will tell you have really only had three jobs in my whole life Davis polk which was spectacular and then Golden Sachs where I was for thirty years and now at Cornell capital Finishing seven years here Finding that's fit where you are inspired to do your best where you have colleagues who will challenge and support you You know these are platitudes. But they're also essential truths and being not being afraid to saying. You know what this just doesn't work for me or demanding some attention walking into your boss's office make sure you're prepared. Just don't walk in there with attitude. You have to walk in with a thoughtful point of view and and explain. What is troubling you or where you'd like go like quite interesting and our final question. What is it that you know about the world of investing today that you would have found useful thirty plus years ago? I wish I was a little smarter about the digital revolution that was happening in the eighties and nineties. I remember when Microsoft went public and I bought a few shares but I had no idea what they did. I just was one of those things that sounded exciting and not really understanding. You know Google and Yahoo and Zahn and apple until they were already formed Was probably a big miss on my part now. I'm you know my fourteen year old is teaching me so I feel like I've got a great mentor there And I think that's the one thing I did not put enough emphasis on this changing technology landscape quite interesting. We have been speaking with Henry Cornell founder of Cornell capital and one of the original architects of Goldman Sachs March in banking division. If you enjoy this conversation well be sure and look up and down in nap ally tunes where you can see any of the previous three hundred plus such conversations. We've had over the past five years. You can find that at apple itunes spotify Google podcast overcast..
"cornell" Discussed on Masters in Business
"Who understand what it could do. We'll back it even before its has any revenues And it's a pre revenue concept or just possibly small revenue concept whereas more traditional merchant banking. It's established there's revenue. There's a business plan. There's a need for capital for growth for acquisition for foreign establishment. And so it's just a difference in timing if you will between coming in at inception and coming in with a little more maturity and a track record Clinton interesting. Let's talk a little bit about your firm Cornell capital which I believe you mentioned has about three billion dollars in assets under management. Tell us a little bit about your deal. Sourcing do you go out and look for deals. Do DEAL DEAL FLOW. Come to you how do you? How do you find things to put money into but when you consider? I've been doing this now. Somewhere between thirty five and forty years and at Goldman Sachs personally led an investments into one hundred plus companies. Which probably means I spoke to three to five hundred. Ceo's over my career. When I left Goldman and retired in two thousand thirteen. I spent literally two to three years calling every CEO. I ever met and just letting them know that I was free. I was hopeful that they would call me back. And frankly for every call I made. I got to back and once you can get into the CEO Network and they understand what you would like do and they understand how you would like to do it. That reference you know John will call. Jane will call Jakov Susan and all of a sudden deal flow is created and those personal relationships where they've had a good experience when you were a sponsor and back them is just fantastic recommendation to someone else who's thinking about capital or alternatives and looking for a financial partner. We also because of the time I spent at Goldman Sachs have a pretty good relationship with the other houses on the street and you know half. The world is in auction these days so we maintain a strong presence with Wall Street generally just to hear what's going on but it's the key to our success so far is really having proprietary deal flow from our CEO network. So what is the process like when a possible deal comes in? How do you go through the process of evaluating it? And how do you decide what's appropriate funding level and valuation? Well after we put the Ouija board away and realize it could be a good opportunity. You basically are looking you. You put your lines in the water and and you know what you'd like to do. So for example our expertise is an insurance so many of the FIG departments on Wall Street and many of the insurance executives that I know are very kind to call us with many ideas and in our portfolio we have to To Insurance investments we also are very interested in consumer industrial and so we own the company that produces pyrex and the instant pot and carell dishes. We also own the world's largest manufacturer of skin care also parral And Haircare and so when these calls come in you understand whether it fits the criteria you like and then you spend time and you see what the opportunity could be and so taking our investment and Katie C. Which is the largest manufacturer of care? It was dominant in North America. And we realized that because of our Asia strategy we could actually help take them to Asia and we could do it in a very effective matter and one of the things we do because we're small and we've told our investors that we will create a very focused portfolio where we will routinely commit ten to fifteen percent of our capital and each investment and we have a very large co-investment which has been secret to our ability to punch above our weight so for every dollar of investment in the fund is a dollar and a quarter of co-invest which lowers the cost for my LP's but it also allows them to put more capital to work which they're all interested in doing and so understanding we could take Katie. Maly was one of the reasons why we were very aggressive in buying it. And when we bought it we had roughly one hundred million of but And today on a run rate basis. It's about three hundred million having acquired the world's largest packaging asset and then acquiring another personal in house care business and taking them to China and partnering with my old friends at Alibaba and so our ability. When you first get the phone call to have the creativity in the vision about what value you could add which is a horrible concept value add value. Had everyone talks about it. But it's actually true. You sit there and say what can I do to this? What in my experience or in my relationships will allow me to take this very fine company and double or triple its opportunities going forward and it takes time To develop that and so far we've only owned it for a year and a half and where you know. I had a plan even even with the setbacks that everyone's experiencing because of the virus I have to ask about some name brands. You just mentioned one obviously as Burell but before I get to that what are the consumer brands of Katie. See what name brands might listening to recognize they manufacturer. They don't own any brands. So we will manufacturer for Estee Lauder L. Brands for Laurie. Al For Johnson and Johnson. We are a contract manufacturer so we own no brands but we support brands with you. Know Manufacturing with RND because we have three laboratories that are constantly creating new compounds to make things better and more ecological And just better for people and you mentioned pure Burell. What's your relationship with Cheryl? And are they managing for a crisis? That was tailor-made for them. Practically well hand sanitizers now. You can't walk into any building or any establishment and not have hand sanitizer so I think that market was already strong and now it has exploded because I have them in my car. I'm sure you do and listeners. You have them in the home. You have them in every office every bathroom and so they're managed. They were managing brilliantly and now they're businesses has dramatically improved because of these public safety issue around contamination. So that will probably only continue and many brands are launching sanitizers and it's probably a growth area for the next few years. I think everybody was caught a little flat footed when the demand suddenly spiked back in February and March have they ramped up production to meet this massive new demand for something that can help. Keep US safe from an infectious virus. Yeah I think. Production is in full swing That was probably two or three weeks when it was in short supply but that has been completely taken care of guys located in New York City. Or where are headquartered four? Ninety nine Park Avenue which is the corner of fifty nine park in our Hong Kong offices in the Bank of China building. So let's talk a little bit about what's been going on with private equity and I I WANNA start by putting a few numbers on this Typically we look the equity markets and over long periods of time. We could see an eight to ten percent sort of return over decades. What sort of returns are private equity targeting these well everyone always tries to double money plus Some people advertise twenty percent plus cell say depending on the asset class and the style of investing you know a premium of five hundred basis points to the ten year Treasury which today does not look at dramatic given the Treasury has So it really depends on who you talk to. I've always been a fan of you know Mr Buffet Bill Berkeley W R Berkley. These geniuses have basically been making fifteen to twenty percent returns their entire career so effectively doubling plus every five years with very low failure rates and very high success rates. And that's basically the strategy that I learned at Goldman and that we are certainly employing at Cornell capital so one of the things. That's always confusing. When I discussed returns with private equity investors is the various ways it's described some of it is cash on cash returns. Some of it is I are. What is the best way to measure returns? If I'm a an endowment foundation and I have a billion dollars to put into a private equity fund how should I expect those returns to look like over the life of that funds? Well it's an excellent question and there are many opinions on how this should be measured I try and balance. Irr with Moi multiple of invested capital irr is a wonderful tool for measuring performance against other asset classes. But at the end of the day. You can't pay electric bills with I. Irr You pay them with cash or your mic. And so I understand that you know. Many folks that manage liabilities for unions or universities measure themselves and their folks get paid on. I R but you have to fall back on at some point because you need the cash to actually pay your bills when Duke. No one's going to accept IRR. So I think frankly. Irr has been come more of a tool and gets more focus. And I always check as to whether I've actually made money as opposed to just irr because irr is quite you can manipulate irr. So if I put a dollar to work today and within nine months I pull out one point one times or one point one five times my capital. I'll have a twenty percent irr. But if I get a bill for one hundred bucks to pay my car or to pay my mortgage they're not GonNa take my twenty percent. Irr they want the cash and so you need a balance as you're putting both together so we have been since the financial crisis in an era of unprecedentedly. Low Rates. How does that packed how you go about either thinking about in making investments refunding companies? What's the role of ultra low rates over the past decade or so? And how does that impact? How you do your job. It is quite attractive to borrow because borrowing has been historically in this last decade incredibly cheap and Covenant Light which frankly allows for excess throughout my career I have been afraid of leverage and I have always over equitize in under levered when I was at Goldman and certainly now as a new fund as a young firm. We didn't WanNa make a mistake. And so our average leverage in our entire portfolio is three point nine times we have no subordinated securities. No mezzanine debt. We over equitize everything. Because I can't predict when a meteor hit the planet or a virus will shut down the US economy and so our portfolios certainly has some operational challenges but we have virtually no balance sheet risk because we have protected the balance sheet by over equitize position. Many firms in the last ten years have used a leverage to their advantage and report and have achieved high are ours but at a time when a punch comes out of left field that capital structure is not going to be in a position to take advantage of the environment or possibly not even survive. And so you know. I'm an optimistic person by nature. But I'm an optimistic person who's glass is always half empty not half full and so I'm always trying to hope for the best but preparing for the worst and that's the philosophy in our firm and so that's why at this moment in time and you know as I said we have issues. We are dealing with that. We will be just fine going forward. Because of how we've structured things. People have a tendency to forget that hey. Leverage is a double edged sword as it helps on the way up. It's going to leave a mark on the way down. That is something I've learned throughout my career and my mentors have drilled that into my head so before I leave private equity and talk about some of the Borgia on. I have to ask one question. Vc's are notorious for posting. There missed opportunities. It's almost a badge of honor. Oh I said no to apple in Nineteen eighty-four whatever whatever it happens to be any major deals that you pass on that you look back and say you know maybe we should pull the trigger on that one. There's always one or two that got away But I will tell you. I tend to look forward and some of the.
"cornell" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"And in need of Cornell he had program for channel whim to trade pictures of anime girls with his friends but soon discovered thousands and eventually millions of other people wanted to use it it seems ridiculous to say the site was important but even more ridiculous is important as already documented in the history books in alt America David ni word wrote that the **** worshipping all right began with four channel where people were talking online about Japanese anime a few of these books including the words offer an explanation for how this could have possibly happened how we got from anime otaku to the anime **** of twenty sixteen on word all this resulted in internet weirdos marching with tiki torches and similar fantasy themed costumes in Charlottesville in twenty seventeen of course the kids in that room where **** far from it the last thing they wanted to do is discuss politics at that moment I certainly didn't feel as though I was present for some great turning point in history in fact it seemed like I was confronting yet another in a moment of anti history as a vast landscape of the American suburban no where land was imported into the convention center a place that it ends expanse of smooth clean carpeting model ships and big tumbling geometric shapes the little like an infinite kids rec room the teens were trying to make a mark in the world they're trying to escape from it by pantomime being discarded scraps of fiction however looking back at all reads like some crazy premonition as a microphone was passed from rubble rubber dinosaur to trench coat mafia kid to see which to ask their curly headed leader questions the teens slash monsters kept debating in joking about things called memes and trolls in the mid two thousands these terms are meaningless to anyone outside the room but later they broke out of that room and saturated every inch of the world and stranger still from twenty sixteen onward memes and trolls became central concepts that obsessed political commentators almost overnight the terms invaded the demand of world leaders and redefine the contest between them now there are Russian trolls Facebook trolls of course the original four chan trolls all Gillian through the ether back then I was surprised to find that I knew what these terms meant before I encounter for Janet octagon side constantly popped up in my webcomics referral logs the data that shows where people came from when they visit your site when fortune began it wasn't all that different from other online message boards it was a place to post content talk to people on the internet at the time imported a few innovations from Japanese sites which accounted for some of its popularity it was easy to post images and following a Japanese custom made didn't require the user to sign up for an account anyone could post under default name which eventually became the name of all four chan users anonymous but this hardly explain why a balloon so rapidly why.
"cornell" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"Well that's kind of what i'm doing at cornell we think that probably they were being grown in a complex sort of polly culture and again we get that from sort of looking at the ethnic graphic and historical record of of indigenous people in this part of the country there were probably different synergies between these plants that allow them to be even more productive when grown together and so we're doing some research right now to try and figure out what those synergies might be but nobody's girl in these crops and hundreds of years so we kind of have to reconstruct all that experimentally well if these ancient weeds and grasses were so successfully cultivated in the past why did they stop well it's a complicated question unfortunately you know we really don't have a good answer for it yet and part of the reason why is because archaeologist really liked to get the earliest date for things but they don't are not as nearly as interested in getting the latest date for things so we really don't know when many of these crops fell out of cultivating which is kind of the first question that we need to answer to know why so most people most archaeologists would tell you is that they fell out of cultivation before european colonisation began but i'm not sure that we really have enough data to say that for sure there may have been some communities that were still cultivating them right up until european count as asian began and if that was the case then it been the loss of that knowledge among those communities probably occurred during the process of colonization itself on so many digits communities were displaced people are dying from disease from warfare and so some knowledge could have been lost that way but it's indisputable that even before europeans arrived many communities had already stopped.
"cornell" Discussed on Death by Misadventure: True Paranormal Mystery
"Afterlife. Chris Cornell, the iconic in arguably one of the best rock singers of all time was born on July. Twentieth nineteen sixty four. He entered this world with the life path number eleven. Those who carry this number crave the spotlight, but was also a double edged sword for the emotionally fragile finger as much as number eleven's want attention. They are also sensitive to outside criticism and take things to heart very easily. I know that Chris struggled throughout his life with addiction issues and depression, which could bolt have been brought about by the push and pull of the master number eleven. Sadly Cornell committed suicide by hanging on me teeth twenty seventeen, and he was going through a personal year. Number one, this can be difficult for many people as it herald new beginnings and the start of a new cycle. But it also means letting go of the past which is also something that people struggle to do. Two other people close to Chris Cornell also have the master number eleven as their life path number, namely, Kim file. The league Atari of Soundgarden and his wife and former band manager, Susan silver. Together. All three had a sole contract to create the magical journey behind Soundgarden and to have Cornell heal the world with his lyrics and music during cornell's life and his downward spiral into drugs and alcohol. I can see in their numerology charts that Cornell and his ex wife were locked in numerous legal battles over the years as Chris accused, Susan of withholding royalties from him, and even for failing to return the Grammy statues that he previously won for his music. These court cases went on for many years, and I can see how jealousy played a factor in the ugly demise of their marriage. Unfortunately, it got very toxic between these former lovers and business partners. And this was partially because they both shared the life path number eleven, which always strives to maintain harmony and balance. If communication breaks down between two eleven, the flip side is a former couple drowning in a sea of bitterness and regret. As for Chris second wife, Vicky Cornell. She has the life path number one. And this shows a relationship with a role reversal in the marriage. Fiqh is the protector in the relationship and holds a more paternal role. And Chris would be more of the mother figure. In this sense, she would have taken care of Chris and they would have built a solid family unit until his tragic death. As far as numerology goes, I see a less volatile relationship with Vicki than the one Cornell would have had with his ex wife, Susan, silver. Someone like Vicky with a life path. Number one is often a good match for life path. Number two, as they foster a relationship based on love and respect in turn the life path. Number one is a grounding force for the more sensitive life path number two, and together they can be friends and lovers and can raise a family or were together as part of a business or group. From there. Numerology charts. I can see why Chris, Vicky cornell's shared the soul mate vibration, and he shared a more karmic relationship with his ex wife, Susan, silver. His first marriage set him on a path to fame and fortune. Whereas his relationship with Vicky was about creating the family dynamic. He never add growing up. Sadly in the end, Cornell was found dead in room. Eleven thirty six and yes that he quits to his life. Pass number eleven coincidence. Maybe maybe not. In numerology. The number eleven is a master number represents inspiration elimination and spiritual enlightenment. Had Cornell completed his soul contract on earth and with simply ready to meet his maker or was it a supernatural force at work karma at play that pushed him over the edge. In a Rolling Stone interview Cornell wants emitted to a frightening habit. Something I've done since I was a kid of opening windows and imagining what it would be like to jump. Another factor to consider in terra, the Justice card in the major arcana is ruled by libra in the card number is eleven. Justice represents a conscious awareness that your decisions and actions have had long term consequences on yourself and those you love. The Justice card also indicates time when decision making is required something in your life needs attention mediation or a solution. Cornell
"cornell" Discussed on Death by Misadventure: True Paranormal Mystery
"After Cornell left rehab, he was emotionally spiritually ready to embark on a new life. He met his wife, Vicky Cornell when he was on tour with audio slave in France at a party. They fell in love and he proposed to her in two thousand three in a bar. Shortly after the couple later married in two thousand four and Cornell moved to Paris to start a family with his new wife. In the preceding year, his split with silver had gotten uglier in two thousand six. He initiated a one million dollar lawsuit alleging that silver had defrauded him of musical royalties and never returned among other things. His Grammy's and some recordings and journals. Two years later he filed for a restraining order against a man. He said silver had hired to stock as new family. In two thousand eight Cornell road on his website that he finally gotten back his fifteen guitars that were in silver's possession. It seems to me that some strangely desperate people involved in the music business. Forget that they are not the ones that write these songs. We spill our guts and expose yourselves to the public. On the most personal level, we invent this shit and fucking own it and no matter what nothing will change that Cornell wrote at the time in our interview with spin magazine, silver said, she was disappointed that they're divorced, battles went public during that turbulent time Cornell and his wife Vicky went on to have two beautiful children. Adat, Tony and son Christopher. Cornell's, downward spiral into the world of drugs began at the tender age of twelve. He began experimenting with alcohol, marijuana, acid, mushrooms and prescription drugs. He was a full blown addict by the age of fourteen until he turned to music. Cornell revealed in an interview at the age of fourteen. He had a bad angel dust experience. He said, I got a panic disorder and of course I wasn't telling anyone the truth. It's not like you go to your dad or your doctor and say, yeah, I smoked PCP and I'm having a hard time. So he became a gore phobic because I'd have flashbacks from fourteen to sixteen. I didn't have any friends. I stayed home most of the time. Unfortunately, being a child of two hall IX, I started drinking a lot, and that's eventually what got me into drugs. You often hear that pot leads to harder drugs, but I think alcohol is what leads you to everything because it takes away the fear. The worst drug experimentation I ever did was because I was drunk and I just didn't care. Music gave Cornell a temporary reprieve from his self inflicted seclusion and thoughts of suicide were clearly still knocking on his door. He later revealed in a nineteen Ninety-six Rolling Stone interview. I know what it feels like to be suicidal and I know what it feels like to feel hopeless. There's some point where I learned enough about myself to know that I don't have the tolerance to create other hurdles as well. Did Cornell indicate his suicidal thoughts and his lyrics could family or friends of known that the end was near through his music. Some may argue that you can, however, when Rolling Stone asked him, if it's legitimate to redesign writers, demise from his lyrics, Cornell said when Andy died, I couldn't listen to a songs for about two years after that, and it was for that reason. His lyrics often seemed as though he was trying to tell a story. But then again, my lyrics could tell. The same one in terms of seeing everything as a matter of life and death. If that's what you're feeling at that time, then that's what you're going to write. Cornell continued to struggle with depression and multiple addictions through the eighties nineties, mostly alcohol and prescription drugs, which eventually led to the demise of the band Soundgarden and his marriage to Susan silver. What was going through the mind of Chris Cornell when each shows to take his life, enter Detroit hotel room in the early hours of may eighteenth two thousand seventeen. We may never know, but it does appear his behavior around that time was caused for alarm to those who knew him. Well. Detroit photographer who watch Chris Cornell perform, what would be his last ever show says he saw unusual behavior in the singer during the performance. We know he'd been taking doses of antidepressant active an and earlier that evening posted a cryptic tweet, hashtag Detroit. Finally back to rock city Detroit, no more bullshit. Spookily Cornell also chose to end Soundgarden said at Detroit FOX theatre with a few lines from led zeppelin's classic in my time of dine video footage captures the moment. Cornell sings, meet me cheeses, meet me. Meet me in the middle of the air. If my wings should fail me, Lord, please meet me with another pair well, well, well, so I can die easy. Jesus going to make up my dying bed. Cornell who was six foot three and way. Two hundred eighty pounds was in torn grea T shirt and black underwear. When he was found in his hotel bathroom and the early hours of may eighteenth he left no note. A police report obtained by the Detroit News reveals that Cornell went to his hotel room shortly after the FOX theater gig in front of five thousand adoring fans. Around eleven fifteen pm. Martin Kirsten, the vans bodyguard gave Cornell two doses of Atta van. At eleven thirty. Five Cornell received a phone call from his wife, Vicky who had rung to check. He was ok, his wife, Vicki said he was slurring. His words sounding groggy repeatedly telling her, I'm just tired. By twelve fifteen. A M Vicky concerned about what he'd heard on the phone. Asked the bodyguard to go check on her husband. Christon walks two doors down to room. Eleven thirty. Six found the door locked and called security to request entry security refused to open the door for him. So Kristen kicked the door open. Kristen then found latch had been engaged on the bedroom door preventing Curson from getting in. Kristen again, phone security, but was for a second time, refused access. Encountering the second locked door. Kristen kick that one open as well finding Cornell on the bathroom floor with blood running from his mouth and a red exercise band around his neck. The short time later EMS unit forty two arrived on the scene and an emergency medical technician also tried to perform CPR unsuccessfully. By one thirty. AM Cornell was pronounced dead at the seen by Dr. home aside detectives also arrived to investigate while in officer called Vicky Cornell to report on her husband's death. Victim's wife stated. He's recovering drug addict. The report said. Later that day the medical examiner pronounced it a suicide. On Friday may nineteenth Vicky Cornell, and the family's attorney released a statement in which they took issue with the Wayne County medical examiner's conclusion that Cornell died after committing suicide by hanging. Without the results of toxicology tests. We don't know what was going on with Chris, or if any substances contributed to his demise lawyer passage said in a statement, noting that both are disturbed at inferences that Chris knowingly and intentionally took his life, they added that Cornell was a recovering addict for the prescription for the anti anxiety medication at of an and that he may have taken a bigger than recommended dosage. The
"cornell" Discussed on New York Times - Popcast
"When compared conquer and particularly not at all that great scheme like so happy doing it scored something very particular about chris cornell because eamon soundgarden chris cornell is this kyw news king lisa gear he's you know he's a rock god he's almost i was saying earlier in the other conversation in many ways use a holdover of the '70s and other rock odds of the '70s and '80s and certainly up against the other bans from seattle of that time moore like much more ambivalent chris cornell never felt particularly ambivalent in terms of is his presence his authority is sexiness all these things they were real things but i am agean solo cornell also accessed the vulnerability the sole fullness all these other things that underpin that kind of like big theatrical rock presence but don't get play in a ban like soundgarden right the cool thing about now was that it is we're prefectly that have been a i i think that rocca's he could have been rocked aren't any era yup lake road ladylike 62 on an the full hop morc wa poorer experience was really fascinating fifth someone who who love sound art that who you know thought the world of chris cornell the bility emmy if i were with him think anything you know what i mean like you heard from the correo qpr and white brendam away and i think that kind of really rare for thing i could come out of the era he came out of particularly and he was so able to kind of.
"cornell" Discussed on New York Times - Popcast
"About both singers on the occasion are passing in euro from a very different perspective so i felt like in talking about the the the kind of feels associated above singers you're the guy wanted to talk to so let's start with chris cornell tell me a little bit about your your relationship to him and his voice and his singing and kind of what that meant to you at at a time of your life when that was happening so i think my vote in and chris cornell memory are kind of soundgarden hay day and i know what i wrote about him i wrote about it basically being the black hole friend video and i was a kid and our freak me out this kind of energy to a rock and roll to the kind of delightfully terrifying but i think with cornell you know i like most fellow stuff because it was weird and kind of unacceptable her a lot of hardcore soundgarden fan like when he put out that album look like kindle and on it all we definitely talked about that elliot very weird like but you could also at that time feet of clay for pretty much nothing you know he would like tour and duty shows and things soundgarden like a whole thing but you just like chilling with a or or like with a small backing banded play these like mall club and i i'm a punch when he was kinda wanted solo run is they were so cheap and i was like poor inflight had this really odd but in peering relationship with the low chris cornell that i think a lot of people probably will find hard to understand because the music itself with like not at all.
"cornell" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"Rounding uh so so the mtv figured that out started going in video that was any green interviewing elite chris cornell about temple the dog in the making of the song hungerstrike and one of the things that struck me in that conversation was the something chris cornell people seemed sue underestimate him in some weird where love his serve resentment of tubing surprised at a great things he did i think he was just too goodlooking and saying too well and it it just seemed like it was too easy and so people didn't see the darkness and effort or something here and i that i think of that moment that temple the dogs music was so different than soundgarden that it was more commercial netted surprised than those of a different thing than soundgarden of that time period right i think in general hung it's always hard to grapple with a loss like this one of the many things and makes it so tough as you think about all the stuff that chris cornell didn't get to do that would have been amazing you know and one of the things we were talking about is like he was actually pals with jimmy page he did like a qna with him forever jimmy's like book project recently and the fact that chris cornell never got to sing with demi pager or even with the reunited led zeppelin what a huge bomber and cory who were saying that they're ho he also could have done something with with black sabbath there is the elders this incredible ijeoma city from i guest fifteen years ago where he had all these different singers like henry rollins and flown psalm our and ozzie was on there too but knows a lot of people from that era from the the '90s would have been brilliant to hear him sing with them because he did this incredible suckered into this and colonel into the void cover around abed motor finger right there notice on amazing.