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New York City Will Rename Brooklyn Municipal Building After Ruth Bader Ginsburg
"Now back to New York City, where Mayor Bill de Blasio At an announcement about honoring the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Mayor Deblasio took clear delight in saying So today I'm proud to announce that we will rename the Brooklyn Municipal Building after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the late justice grew up in Midwood and attended James Madison High School before Cornell, Harvard and Columbia. And the municipal building to be named after her was completed in 1920 for nine years before she was born in the borough of the renaming, the mayor underlined what extraordinary opportunity to say to the people of Brooklyn. Here's one of your own who changed the world of the Black lives matter. Mural painted on the pavement in front of the building. Mayor observed. If anyone would appreciate a message of fairness and equality, I am certain Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg would feel something very, very special. Rich Lam WCBS news radio
Fresh update on "cornell" discussed on Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott
"He was a fun guy kinds of bandwidth. I will say. He was also a terrible role in various Internet discussion for I knew for. Them. I don't see. I. Like to I didn't see eye to eye with him on politics not in the slightest but hey, that's IRAS call up continuously by several years. Yeah. Yeah. That's the reason I. Ask you know it's it's they do seem to be some interesting coincidences here. You know you you've got Ted Chiang who is like an excellent science fiction author who was a tech writer for a? You've got Jerry Cornell who despite his politics wrote some very interesting science fiction books and had this column in Byte magazine that at least a two kids like me was influential was very influential. Es was a lot of overlap I think partly, it's small Wilson drome back in one thousand, nine, hundred Internet at least consumer Internet was pretty much a thing I now had it for work will multi national to unit stuff, but most people have never even heard of it. And an early Internet startup called Demon. Internet they will thirst actual dialing ISP startup in London. I was one of those two thousand customers. About twelve months in an early nineteen ninety-four, organize a series of pope meet UPS, and friend of mine. To underground. About ten years ago and said Hey Celli do you know anyone who is at that pub meet who didn't end up in the industry? And not my full forbid hang on my wife. Didn't she consulting AOL? Busted. World. It will it sort of felt at the time much smaller than it does right now I mean sometimes I think it's a little hard these days to get your bearings on not just the world of tact but what is happening on the Internet because in some sense it sorta merge with life in this grand way which it hadn't at the time it was sort of this apparatus sitting on the on the side of things absolutely. One of the craziest things I've noticed is moles `love'. When nearing the end of Moore's lowers phenomenal governing integrated circuit density. But for its Eurasian, we saw something similar happening with. The number of people who are connected and also number people involved in computing I mean nowadays, when launches a new generation of IPHONE? You can look at it and say robots fifty million more sales within how many months. Back in nineteen, ninety four wouldn't fifty million computers in the whole world. Probably less than five million. Each time we've seen a generational improvements in microprocessors performance the number of people using them seems to have doubled. Yeah, I was I was watching an interview with Brian Kernaghan who I got the. To work with very briefly when I was at Google New York eight, he did an interview with this Guy Lex, Friedman who does these very interesting interviews with tech people? Brian was talking about his early work with the PCP eight and I just did a quick web search and looked up the wikipedia entry for this particular machine and they.
Bobcat Fire burns over 105k acres in Los Angeles County
"National Forest has burned more than 106,000 acres while missing a key ingredient that drives most California mega fires were just getting going 17 out of the top 20 most destructive California fires have all started. In September, moving forward L. A county fire spokesman Sky, Cornell says. There's a reason fires tend to be bigger later in the year, and that's because of the Santa Ana winds that come that actually pushed the fire at a faster rate. That's not the case with this fire that continues to expand and consume or the forest in the neighboring communities, partially because the winds haven't followed a unified direction, like the Santa ANAs so when the wind shifts It takes some of the strategic things that we have in place, and it makes us adapt to that at the command post Christen Carl. Okay, fine. News is brought to you by Benjamin Moore, The
Fresh update on "cornell" discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics
"Sixty seven. just to put that in perspective, the Beatles had already done six studio albums by then. Okay. In Ninety, six, visiting in nineteen, sixty seven, they were on sergeant peppers and it was still illegal for black people and white people to marry each other sergeant pepper's. The fact is any nonreligious civil right that has been won by a Supreme Court decision was put forth by a democratic judge and any right that has been taken away including those that were already one like those in the voting rights. Act were taken away by conservative judges. So in Brandy tells you about Ruth, Bader, GINSBURG's life just remember that in every situation where human beings are not given equal rights from death row to Sorority row. It's because of the Supreme Court and when she died on Friday what took her place was a very real and very tangible threat to our rights. Of Sergeant Pepper's I. Just don't think like that of that. I know it's early Beatles per se right. But like you know cutting meat, you know what this this makes. Me makes me think is this this idea that we keep hearing from a lot of people who don't like politics politics politics is grows blah blah. There's no good people, but it'd be view and you know what you're not wrong and right that's a valid opinion to have blah. Blah. Blah. But what I would encourage or would I would I'd like to would I would. WanNa throw throw my hat into the ring May I? I'm sure it's the point of the reason of this podcast, which is when may be nothing about it as politics but start thinking about all of politics as civil rights. That's your rights are contingent on the people who represent you and the people who are running this country and most importantly the people that are put on the supreme. Court. I would say probably whoever's here is doing it. Maybe if you know someone or you know when your friends or we all know people, we we get comments all the time they're like we love you from the people's couch. We don't WanNa, hear you talking about politics and just want to be like. Like The Times done been gone if I'm here and God knows I didn't want to be here. But this is like you said, stop thinking of it like God damn. You know a class you took in your senior year in high school and start right about your rights and rights and rights of other people and stop fucking watching so much housewives. and. Think of other people's rights. Okay. Ma'am So. Ruth Bader Ginsburg tell. She was eighty seven when she died, she died of cancer. I don't know what kind of cancer I didn't research it I. Think she had bone cancer for like a long long time, and then there were tumors that. I don't even WanNa read about her death. So if you want to know who you whatever you got, you guys got to look that up. But I do know is that a few days before she died she dictated a handwritten note to her granddaughter that said my most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed. So. I'm GONNA blaze through this but I just think like you're on your deathbed and you know people's like biggest fears actually literally dying. And she sitting there right scared that. Every single thing she worked furnace-like. Every single thing she worked for will be taken away. But it's the fear of just like. that. This is happening like it had to have literally for probably the last decade been her worst fear so. She was born in Brooklyn in nineteen, thirty three, which is why it's doubly cue that she's now affiliated with the legend Biggie because he was also born in Brooklyn, her parents were first generation. Jewish. She was an only child she had. Her parents had a baby before her daughter who died of meningitis but she was an only child. Her name was technically Joan Ruth which I find. Interesting because my grandma my mom's mom's name was Mary Ruth and she went by Ruth. Like Ruth Bader GINSBURG. Somewhere along the way though my grandma started going by Mary and I was always like, thank God because like Ruth. I mean with all due it's not like the best, but here's the key key mammo. Ruth Bader Ginsburg name was Joan Ruth. She started going by Ruth as a kid because there was too many Jones in her class but her nickname was Kennedy. It was Kiki. Joe And Kiki? Why was her nickname? Kike that has her mom's that she was like a Kinky Baby Oh my God like. legit nickname. Kike it's so. fucking wow. Okay. So Basically. The thing with her parents was that her mom's parents came to New York from Poland her dad's parents came Russia her mom was smart and like fucking awesome I'm sure and just. As you can just imagine but her the thing with her mom is at her mom's parents made her mom quit high school at fifteen and go work in the garment district in Brooklyn. So that her mom's brother could go to cornell. So I don't have to explain why this is completely relevant to every single thing in the whole entire world of Ruth Bader GINSBURG. Being that that's literally the thing that dictated her entire life's work. But YOU WANNA know why it's even more crazy. Because her mom got cancer when she was in high school and died the day before her high school graduation my God. So that was the first time in all of this that I even cried when I saw. How Oh so her mom died right before she graduated high school. A okay. Your second time I cried so fast forward to when Bill Clinton I'm just biggie myself not do it now. With. Bill Clinton nominated her to the supreme, court and like you said. PS. Almost didn't do it because feminist assholes player hating the gator and that's a whole nother thing that doesn't matter because ultimately Bill Clinton met with her for literally one hour and then he ended up nominating her even though he said the women don't want her because she's so fucking awesome that. Bill Clinton couldn't even help himself and it's the only reason. Bill Clinton doesn't have to die now like it's the only good thing he ever did, and it's really making me like. Stop. Wishing his death unlike what man maybe I should try and start seeing the good things and build one. So. When you nominated her, they did a thing in the Rose Garden and she gave a speech and in her speech she said, I pray that I may be all that she would have been had. She lived in an age when women could aspire and achieve and an age where daughters are cherished as much as sons. Okay and Bill Clinton. Bill Clinton my God like tears in his eyes and it was like this huge thing about cl- Bill Clinton, getting tears in his eyes. Have a like a thing. The first of all, there's just a thing but I have a thing with people who lose apparent in high school. It's like a small. Club of people and it. It creates just a very, very specific trauma that they live with forever. You know. So whenever I hear that somebody lost apparent high school, I think of that. So because of the mom in the mom's brother in the whole thing when she graduated high school, she went to Cornell. God Cell. So she so fucking just. She never stops she never. The level that she's iconic, it never lets up. So this is where she meets the husband right and who's a huge part of her story from beginning to end and. If you think about it. She had just lost her mom. and. She meets the sky this of freshman year at Cornell she meets the sky and she says this famously it's like a thing she says that he was the only boy who ever cared that she had a brain. And it's just interesting to get into the mind of a you know an eighteen year old girl. Because if you watched the movie, she made like these enormous sacrifices for this guy and I remember even like watching movies being like. Like. Okay. Well, might be armie hammer but like Geez. But. Like the whole thing. With her is that she's fighting so that women don't have to make sacrifices for men. But yet she did it. Willingly all the time why it was like this weird dichotomy and now realizing that her mom died and also this guy is like he so special this guy like we could do a whole podcast for him you know what I mean like..
GBI investigating police-involved shooting that killed 1 in Georgia
"Getting more details about a pair of deadly shootings under investigation by KGB I involving law enforcement, the FBI says during a foot chase. Last night. A man fired several shots at the Brunswick Police officer. The officer returned fire, killing the man identified as 33 year old Charles Moses. No officers were hurt in the shooting realized something. Tragic has happened again here in our community. We're going to do all we can for you Make sure the public is aware of what's going on. That's Brunswick Mayor Cornell Harvey saying he and the commissioner came out to make sure the investigation would be done properly. You remember, Brunswick is also where a father and son is shot and killed on that are very and that was back in February.
Fresh update on "cornell" discussed on Gary and Shannon
"Irv and secretary of the Treasury have told members of Congress. The economy is healing from the cove it 19 crisis, But Fed Chairman Jerome Powell says more help from the federal government will likely be needed. A full recovery is likely to come only when people are confident that it is safe to re engage in a broad range of activities. Past forward will depend on keeping the virus under control and on policy's policy actions taken at all levels of government. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says the U. S. Is in the midst of the fastest economic recovery from any crisis in history, and he believes the country will see tremendous growth in the third quarter News Brought to you by Pacific Coast Termite Call 800 Pacific Firefighters and others have paid tribute to the firefighter killed while battling the wildfire in the UK Oppa area. Charles Morton had worked for the U. S forced service for 14 years. His colleague Ramon Ferreira says Morton will be missed. Just not some guy. He was a good friend. You always had my back. Morton, who was 39 was a squad boss for the big bear Inter agency hotshots. He died late last week. Morton's body was carried in a procession this morning from San Bernadino to a funeral home in Orange. The fire in the San Gabriel Mountains has now burned more than 109,000 Acres. Containment is up slightly to 17% L. A county fire spokesman Sky Cornell says the fire has been able to make its run while missing a critical element. We know that all of.
Off-duty police officer shoots and wounds 17-year-old in Washington, D.C. following alleged carjacking attempt
"D C. Police are investigating a shooting that involved an off duty officer after a teen suspect tried to carjack the officer's vehicle and Northeast. The shooting happened in the 4200 Block of Minnesota Avenue near Kendall Worth Avenue Friday night. DC, Police say 17 year old Cornell Smith was armed when he confronted an off duty officer. The two exchanged gunfire before police say Smith flood He was hit and taken to a nearby hospital. But Smith is expected to be okay. The officer wasn't hurt. Police say they later found Smith's got in the area where the incident occurred. He's now facing a number of charges. He's also facing charges for an outstanding felony arrest warrant for attempting to steal a scooter. According to police for shooting the victim,
Fresh update on "cornell" discussed on Very Bad Wizards
"I nothing about musicals I, should say but a song evidently from a musical comes on and she's like you like musicals is like no, no I just you know I dabble I like a few and they just start dating musicals. And you you also see throughout the movie that he is a janitor while they're rehearsing Oklahoma and one of the girls the bitchy girls is the star of Oklahoma and they live in Oklahoma Ucla Oklahoma plate on car towards the end of the movie to even though filmed in upstate. New York and very much. depressed. They don't have snowstorms like that and. You know it reminds me almost of the you'll drove into the airport when I interviewed at Cornell and I believe there was a snowstorm going on. It's depressing fucking drive. It makes I. It's not that it took me out of the movie that much I just it's not my thing I don't think it failed and I think it's very in keeping with the general the broad theme of what's going on which I. Hope we'll get to talk to because I think it's Though the thing that Charlie Kaufman is giving us in this particular case, the musicals make sense for for the character. And so then after that dancing where he kills his younger self and and Jessie Buckley is free or that or just gone in any case, he goes to his car the janitor. So now it's just the janitor there's no there's nobody but him and he's in his truck and he he he he seems to make a decision not to turn on the car and so maybe you think, oh, he's going to freeze to death. But. Then he starts getting really upset. It's a very distressing scene. He starts getting really upset as he starts seeing flashes of his parents over and over like just little clips of his parents and then all of a sudden the windshield turns into a commercial black and white commercial like it looks like from the twenties or something or thirties for tilts Tulsi town, and then out of that emerges the animated pig with maggots kind of. That that talks and has actually really it's kind of a nice big Nice Guy and leads him through the naked because he's taken off all his clothes leads him naked through the high school and says, let's get some clothes on you and he goes out after that and gives what I later read was the John Nash speech from a mind Yeah Yeah. I did know that that's what was happening. Either yeah, he's he's on a stage to high school auditorium. But when you look in the audience, everyone's like dressed really nicely and If very cheaply because they're all aged makeup that just looks grotesque. They're all wear. Yeah. They're all wearing like stage makeup for looking old from a distance like it's very, very weird and he gives yeah, and there's a there's a set that is made to look like his childhood room and he just gives us the John Nash speech and then he goes from that to singing a number by this character from Oklahoma Judd who has a kind of a lonely outsider character who loves loves.
Two sisters giving back to Washington DC, through their not for profit Walks for Washington
"T. O P News. Two sisters looking to give back during the pandemic, decided to use their experiences Asian Americans to help struggling businesses 22 year old Grace she is Foodie at heart on the Corona virus pandemic hit. It was really easy to feel a little bit helpless in terms of the perception that you know we're the ones who brought the virus here raise who works in finance and recently graduated from Cornell and her 13 year old sister, Kathleen, creative walks for Washington, a nonprofit aimed at preserving Asian American culture through sharing Asian cuisine. They raise money to purchase food from D C area restaurants and then pick up and deliver the food to essential workers. So I'm hoping that something like this especially can't show. People that preserving and appreciating our diversity is important. Valerie
Fresh update on "cornell" discussed on The RobCast
"It was speaking to them about this moment this completely surreal. Strangeness Stacked on Strangest Stacked On disruption and upheaval thing we call two thousand twenty that we're all living through because everything is spiritual is is about how everything is spiritual spirits in all of its spirit is hovering. Above, the unknown, the mass, the upheaval, the disruption, the pain, the angst spirit enters into it, the loss, the betrayal. The anxiety and then out of it. Spirit brings something. New. So What a surreal experience to have written a book last year. And then now, so it started like almost two years ago riding. In the now, in these days to have it come out into the world and to be interacting with people about it and people seen that this ancient truth and these patterns about how spirit works in the world, how the world comes about through spirit is all. Doing something right now like the I know I know very very. You can imagine very very surreal to be living through all this with you and then to be talking about this book now. Oh, by the way I'm also doing these events support your local bookstore virtual book tour events where I ask somebody I loved admire to read the book and then we discuss it and it's Once again, have. We've only done a few of them and I have no idea. What the person's GonNa want to talk about the there's one on Youtube of my son Preston reading the book and tell me what he thinks and he. Just wanted to talk about. What? The Section when I'm twenty 'cause he's twenty and this has lied. He says, yeah, he says because the rubble of always known my entire life had a house. But. He said read about the L. That didn't have a house I never knew that rubble. Of My goodness Oh my goodness. Amazing and then. The conversation with Vanessa Cornell the confrontation with the ban Joseph the conversation with Scott Evite You can all find those in Powell's books, powerhouse arena politics, and prose on those various bookstores Youtube Channels I. Think they've posted all of them by now so. I've been talking about this book and finding out how other people have found themselves in it for a couple of weeks now, and we'll do some more. So this week, Alexander Shia high an a Buddhist nun from Canada and you'll see some other dates that are coming as well. So we got all that cooking Oh and speaking of the name of this episode what Liz said. The section I'm going to read you is actually a story about my friend, Elizabeth Gilbert and I and she and I are doing an event Halloween an all day event on Halloween We're GONNA talk about how to use your imagination and. You can get it's like an all day virtual event. You can get tickets link to that at celebrate Your Life Dot Com, which you know she night together for a day. That is good times. So. Let's read Shelley and. So. It's also interesting. Is, I haven't read this since I wrote it and then Did the editing so it's been quite a while since I have read this book months and months and months, and so I'm going to read the section and see even in the months since I wrote it and then went through the edits I'm GonNa see. What more I see you're only mean like this becomes really interesting. Okay. So page one, thousand, seven everything is spiritual as read by the author. And the book is like the the course of my life. So the book covers fifty years plus the generation to generation before me. But nevertheless, let's say the book covers fifty years. So it's three hundred, seven pages page. One ninety-seven is little past the midpoint, but this story happens in two thousand. Fourteen. So only six years ago. Because a chunk. The Big Chunk of the book is actually just the past few years. So here we go. Elizabeth Gilbert and I are sitting side by side on a small stage Internet arena parking lot taking questions from the audience. Someone asks a particularly heavy personal question and there's a pause. Liz Turns to me and says, well, Pastor Rob. What do you have to say about that? She laughs the laughs I, laugh. I find myself suspended in one of those split second moments that lasts within you way way longer than just a split second. Did. She just call me pastor rob I haven't been called that in years I left all that behind in my previous life. We're in this parking lot on the stage because listen I had been invited to go on tour with Oprah and when Oprah invites you to go on tour, you say, yes, we were speaking in arenas around the country and after the first stop listen I asked the organizers for some way to get closer to the people who are coming some way to connect beyond standing on that massive stage in those massive rooms. And so we're sitting on these stools and there are Mike's being passed through the crowd that has gathered in the parking lot during the lunch break and listen I are having so much fun. There's an alchemy between us some like Magic Mojo like we've been doing similar things for years, and then we just met up in compared notes and now it's game on. And then She Calls Me Pastor Rob. It's jarring. And unexpectedly healing. It knocks something loose within me. We craft these identities and then we cling to.
Cuomo: Focus shifting to colleges in New York's COVID-19 response
"Andrew Cuomo was worried about spikes in Corona virus cases at colleges and universities. Now that school has started nationwide, 108 colleges have already reported more than 100 cases. In New York. We have a problem. SUNY Oneonta, Cornell, Buffalo. Hofstra's We go. Colgate Freedonia. That's all. Of course, the state there are
Did Paintings Portray Food More Realistically Than Instagram?
"The first ever see X. Thirty go to Mazda USA dot com slash Iheart, and don't forget to explore their strongest options. Welcome to brainstorm a production of iheartradio. Pay Brain Stuff Lauren Vauban here. With through your instagram feed and what do you find and juicy burgers who's in with cheese massive steak slathered with Butter Deep Fried Candy Bars Atop Mountains of ice cream and is that gold leaf powering bloody Marys crown with Bacon and corn dogs and pizza and enough already who actually eats all this even during a global pandemic, these posts haven't gone away. They've just been supplemented with. Banana bread. Is Our obsession with hashtag crave worthy hashtag food porn Hashtag moms ever going to end. Well if history's any guide and it is not anytime soon. A study out of the Cornell Food and brand lab from two thousand sixteen found that at least since the sixteenth century. C, e Western painters have depicted food, love juries rare and indulgent than what people have the time actually from day to day. In a press release Co author Andrew Weiss Local said our love affair with visually appealing decadent or status foods is nothing new. It was already well established five hundred years ago. Narrowed down from an initial group of seven hundred and fifty paintings. The researchers focused on one hundred and forty western European and American paintings that depicted small family meals. The paintings span five hundred years and depicted a grand total of one hundred four different types of food. Focusing on a time of change in European and American cuisines allowed scientists to look at a context in which medieval dishes and cooking styles persisted but innovative techniques and newly traded ingredients from around the globe were becoming more well known as the drive for colonization introduced Europeans everything from cinnamon to tomatoes. To analyze the changes over the years, the researchers grouped paintings into three categories according to year of creation, the era of European exploration and colonization. That is fifteen hundred to sixteen, Fifty, the of enlightenment, sixteen, Fifty, one to eighteen fifty and the industrial slash post industrial era eighteen, fifty, one to two thousand. The researchers focused their examination because most paintings of feasts or banquets are perhaps obviously hard to square with what's historically known about how people really eight from day to day. Not, that wildly lavish banquets didn't happen by the fifteen hundreds decorating food with the aforementioned gold leaf was so passionate Italy the authorities in Padua suggested that in order to preserve the supply of cold, no more than two courses of any given feast should be gilded. But that wasn't a daily thing for most people. And just as nobody today is getting instagram famous with pictures of their microwave dinners or plates box pasta painters of your also avoided the humdrum of Hammer Porridge in fact, the most frequently eaten foods which included chicken eggs, cheese milk, and squash, or the most infrequently painted. And here are some other interesting takeaways from the study. Italian paintings depicted sausages at more than twice the rate of other countries. More than half of the paintings from the Netherlands contained lemons, which is a decidedly non-indigenous fruit imported from the tropics and shellfish were most commonly painted in countries with the smallest coastlines but its frequency of appearance dropped over time as shellfish became more prevalent in those
Interview With Niraj Shah And Steve Conine
"So. Pretty much everyone we'd had on the show had a passion for a product that they needed to put out into the world lower American believed the world needed Lara Bars Jenny. Britain Bauer was convinced that her ice cream was gonNA change how people thought about ice cream even Jimmy Wales founder of wikipedia. Everyone should have access to free knowledge. But I'm here to tell you that that is not always the case. In fact, sometimes, the product isn't what drives the founders what really drives them is the challenge rather solving the challenge and that's basically the story behind wayfair neither Steve Konae nor near shopping felt that strongly about home furnishings but they did feel like people should have choices no matter where they lift because there was a time. When if you lived in say Evansville Indiana, you couldn't easily get the same type of Cool Coffee Table, or Sofa that someone in San Francisco or New York could get. And today we ourselves almost five billion dollars worth of this stuff every year. We're was actually the third company Stephen, Neeraj started together. They met as teenagers at a summer camp for math and engineering nerves in the early nineteen nineties quickly touch. But then almost a year later, if fate herself was watching over these guys, they both ended up as first years at Cornell assigned to dorm rooms on the same corridor. Did, you know both of you did the other one was going to cornell no end really kept in touch. So I think it was It was a surprise. Very much I was like, Hey, what's up? This past year. So were you friends like right away? Yeah. We were part of A. When your freshman year, you sort of have a small group of friends that you sort of connect with and spend a lot of your time with and we were in that group together and then junior year near started. We've got to be a lot closer and live together that year. Junior and senior we actually live together as well with it with a few other. People up at Cornell. Yeah, did you guys near to shoot you steve us to talk about starting a business when you in college I don't know that we have talked about it per se but our last semester at Cornell we took an entrepreneurship courses, one of our elective courses and in this entrepreneurship course, one of the things you had to do was create a business plan and what really happened is through the process of doing the project which is creating the business plan. We basically started our first business. Yeah. It was ninety five and it was very early as the netscape browser come out that year. Our idea was actually to develop Internet. Directory Services, and we would go downtown New York and try to pitch companies on paying five Bucks Avenue Listing I in our Internet directory. Of course, most people look at us like we're nuts a few would say, hey, that's interesting. But I I don't even have a homepage called at the time. Could you help me build a website and you know maybe at least get present on the Internet and what would that cost me and so the business turned into kind of an Internet consulting business that built sites for companies, and you kind of knew how to do the basics because you were engineering students exactly. So you'd go from project to project and Comey's were to move very quickly. You know different people would ask other people in your who could be higher so on. So forth, we were one of the few shops that actually done things. When you would meet when you guys are going meet with clients. Did you ever get a feeling from any of them that they would look at you and think late these guys. Fired A twenty two year. Old Kid. You know we did we both were pretty good sales guy. So I don't I don't remember that being snacking me too hard. I mean I I think that you know the prices were charging versus what they would be looking at consultancies I think a lot of these bigger shops looked at it as like. Play money where they're kind of like. Well, whatever how bad. Kimiko. With a couple of college students here are doing this for us if it works out phenomenal if it doesn't work out, you know whatever we haven't really we haven't really lost a lot.
Statue of lauded rocker Chris Cornell vandalized in Seattle
"A life size statue of Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell has been vandalized outside the Museum of Pop culture in Seattle. Museum officials say that the statue was covered with white pain or a similar substance. Museum officials say the damage is being assessed and that the statue will be restored. Cornell was a leader of the grunge movement with the Seattle based Soundgarden Group that one critical and commercial claim Cornell killed himself in 2017 at age 52 following a performance in Detroit and
What we'll remember from the 2020 Biden convention
"For more on Biden's speech. In this week's historic virtual Democratic convention we're joined by two guests in Massachusetts Dr. Cornel. West with a professor of the practice of public. Philosophy at Harvard. University author of numerous books including race matters and black prophetic fire. His new podcast called the tight rope in two thousand Seventeen Cornell Westwood's in Charlottesville with. Neo Nazis stormed the campus he and other clergy members were protected by anti-fascists from the mob white supremacists and in Baltimore Maryland were joined by Ben Jealous Precedent people for the American way former president of the ACP. He ran for governor of Maryland in two thousand eighteen we welcome you both to democracy. Now, Ben Jealous congratulations on your new position as head of people for the American way. Why don't you start off by responding to this week's Democratic convention your thoughts on. Where the two now nominees the. President not presidential nominee, Joe Biden and historic a selection of Kamla Harris, to be his running away their positions and how. They represent what you do or not. Theme this convention was really one of unity. This was a time. When we have to come together to defeat a president, who is the most evil the most corrupt than any of us have seen and That says a lot. It also was the time we saw two two nominees who we as progressives. No, we can work with. Kamla. Sister who introduced her Maya. The former head of the ACLU of northern. California. Kamo ran for D. A. and much more conservative time and yet did so as outspoken opponent of the death penalty who then held her ground early in term when she was tested, would an officer was killed an the entire liberal establishment northern California came down on her and she said the death penalty is wrong period. Tremendous Kirch and Joe Biden who Bernie himself said is poised to be the most progressive presidents since FDR. And so while it's not Bernie. And while maybe it's not somebody else someone hope for what we do know is that these are people that we can work with. These are people who their best represent our best values literally the daughter of civil rights activists, the sister of a civil rights lawyer who are self told me fifteen years ago she became a prosecutor because it wasn't enough to just fight the power. We also had to hold the POW. And I've seen her act courageously. So I'm I'm very hopeful and I have no doubt that we can work with. Joe. Like addy who spoke so beautifully, and that was the true highlight for me. I believe that we must move towards Medicare for all I also believe that Joe Biden will take us further in that direction certainly. Donald. Trump and frankly further than most presidents that that that we have an opportunity here to move things in the right direction again and as organizers. That's the most important thing to get out of any presidential election is a president that you can move in the right direction. and Professor Cornel West your reaction to this week in the positions of the Democratic candidates for president if I president. Day My points of reference really are the freedom dreams that we just heard from zoom commodores and genius Lionel Richie. Of Ella, Baker, who was invoked by brother Biden and the first sentence. Of his speech the Alabama who was a revolutionary L. A. Baker who was working on the mass party organizing committee would offer annoy the Great William Kuntsler for actually working for third parties because he thought, she thought that the two party system was so decrepit and then also to Curtis Mayfield that they've been playing over and over again, the move on up but you got to move on from poverty. And in order to do it, you gotTa Talk About Poverty. If you go move on from Wall Street greed and Wall Street crimes, you gotTa talk about, Wall Street Green Wall, street cry go move on up from the Pentagon militarism around the world you gotTa talk about it. Those are the taboo issues that we don't get serious wrestling with. So when you really. Talk about the soul of America, the battle for the soul of America much of that so has been evacuated by the Pentagon, cry greed and the Wall Street greed and the inability of the police and other institutions at treat black people and Brown people, Indigenous People as human beings so I agree with brother. Ben. In terms of being part of an anti fascist coalition. That I think we're forced to vote for buying, but we're not going to lie about buying. WE'RE NOT GONNA lie about Harris. We're going to tell the truth about their. Captivity and their. Refusal to hit Pentagon money spending and militarism around the world at Wall Street, green and. Speak substantively to issues of poverty you can have massive protests all around the country, the largest in the history of country, you can have brother Barbara. Assisted theorist talking about poverty, and then when you get to the convention, you get this spectacle that has nothing to do with wrestling with poverty. I think court breath corey was the only one that even talk about it for the most part none of the major figures did thank God that Bernie thank God LLC. Got A little ninety minutes as opposed Republic Ninety Second Major. Sometimes. Ninety seconds, Ninety seconds so that I you know I'm I'm with Ben in terms of we got the vote for Biden but never ever lying about him and not coming to terms with the fact that. This moment with the decline and fall of the American empire it looks as if the system is unable to generate enough energy to seriously reform itself, it remains sanitized superficial. 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Target shares jump after sales hit all-time high
"Target runs air. Adding up Target has recorded its strongest sales growth ever. Alison Kosik is in New York during the quarter from May to July. Target says for stores open at least a year they saw sales jumped 24% to $22 billion. That's the biggest quarterly growth that target has seen in its history. Target's CEO Brian Cornell, putting it this way. Look as Americans haven't been able to spend their money on vacations or do normal summer active. Cities, they've redirected their dollars to places like Target and other retailer Big box retailers.
Target's Sales Boom
"Target reports a monster second quarter with profits up eighty percent, CEO? Bryan. Cornell says, it's all about trust we've got to be flexible and adaptable. And that's really been the key to our success so far this year both the first and the second
What happened to the Postal Service?
"If you had the United States postal service as a partisan political proxy on your Twenty Twenty Election Bingo card. You. Win. I guess the politics of it we will assume you're mostly familiar with speaker. Nancy Pelosi is calling the house back into session legislation likely postmaster general and CEO Louis Joy has said he will testify. But as all of that plays out a detour here if we might to the postal services business model reality yes. The digital age has brought its challenges to the USPS but as Congress tries to figure out how to repair the damage. Might do well to look in the mirror for a little bit. Here's marketplace's Nancy Marshall Genzer. The Postal Service is supposed to be self funded not getting any government money, but the post office is still tightly regulated by Congress and in two thousand and six Congress passed a law requiring the postal service to prepay health benefits for retirees. Jim Campbell is a lawyer and consultant on the Postal Service resorted the postal service to pay for ten years about five and. A half billion dollars a year into this prepayment fund that thinking was paid forward. Make sure the money is there when retirees need it. But Campbell, says federal agencies don't have to make these prepayments and the post office couldn't do it. Campbell says it missed more than half of the payments to make matters worse congress capped postal office price increases for letters circulars at the rate of inflation. So the postal services kind of caught in this squeeze. Cornell University public. Policy Professor, Getty's says Congress, also still requires the post office to deliver to every mailbox in the country six days a week. So this is a recipe for fiscal problems serious fiscal problems and serious debt frank disco has been tracking that he's chief actuary at the US Government Accountability Office. He says the postal services more than one hundred, sixty, billion dollars in debt over the past decade, the dead and unfunded liabilities like pensions and healthcare have outpaced the revenues the. Postal Service takes in. So it's doubled from a little more than one times annual revenue to over double annual revenue to disco says the Postal Service has been losing money for a decade, not a sustainable business model, but the post office can't change that model without Congressional
Justice with Alison Spittle and special guest Alexandra Wilson
"I'm. A feminist. My friend told me the other day. She'd had to Boob jobs one when she was younger and didn't have much money and the second when she could afford the rest. And I said, did you have the left one year eighteen in the right one twenty five like he was saving up and we laughed for about twenty five minutes at the idea of that just like I can just afford one. One a d this one will be an a until I've saved. I'm a feminist, but when Deborah me a picture of her in a swanky dressed, the other day. I said Oh deb's you look just like a trophy wife. Was Me complimenting her. I'm a feminist I set. Cute. Happens two nights ago when Alison I got together to plan the show. I was showing her a picture of some bit of Talia. Done what they've done my hair makeup of course was showing her to criticize myself and go I'm not sure about this and she went no, you look beautiful. You look like a trophy wife. Really deep. You look like property. I'm feminist but. When these hot days happen I still get shy about eaten ice lollies in public. Because I like to eat very quickly. And make eye contact with people. And then in my shyness tried to eat it quicker. Which Dan just looks more sexual. Yeah On the ice cream doesn't matter is inherently Phallic May yes. Yeah. Thought of that before every. Even like even the non. Cornell's you go to town on that. I haven't really. A little. Over a cornet. Look you can do. Yes I like. Lady like fashion I'm a feminist. I look at me like a lady I'm so sorry. Yeah. I'm not talking to hatch nervous. You go to town on Cordell and looks you know that's a good point. It is especially because it's like a flavorful center. That's the best you. I am so sorry Papa so Hetero normative me. Fine on it takes me ages occur now compared to. Well Corn S it was the most sensitive. You know it's not some kind of popsicle. Easy win just put it in May you give me a milky. Mu, it's gone in free goals if just. Unfortunate name for an ice cream I realized. In. Yeah, what? Also. That's hat name from an email. Housing a very long time. Wow Wow. I'm a feminist bont somebody was asking me who's just been on a first date was asking me what kind of second date can I do because the second date is normally state you tell each other about each other second you go to the movies. So then you've got something to talk about you talk about the movie what did you think of the movie? So you've got some stimulus for the second date. and. They said, well, know movies are open at the moment you know nothing's open. It's really tricky to know what to do on a second date and I said I get so many men buying tickets for the guilty feminist as a second date to impress women is true. Because they think Oh my God this is going to impress them because I'm a feminist and I'm bringing you to a feminist show and it's funny and it gives us something to talk about afterwards and I can talk about what a feminist I am I. genuinely believe they think that will up the activity from the third date to the second date. and. In the end I might have said, I've got more men laid in London than any woman I know. Possible. Any anybody here second or third date just cheer. I you're lying. Nobody a date that's never happened before. Is it because it's an afternoon thing. Date? Come here, there's a pandemic no one St. True a lot of commitments. True. That's true because you can't really hookup very much off to dates anymore I know someone who broke her social bubble for a man that wouldn't cutler after sex. and. Then she had to message in the next day. Say Please message me if you've got corona. Because she wanted him to just because she broke her social bubble. And then she did she wouldn't know if he was showing symptoms. Yeah. Yeah. Showing symptoms of being twelve.
Crews battle wildfires amid brutal heat wave in California
"Across the west triple digit heat is making fighting wildfires difficult and even field a fire tornado on Saturday known as a fire NATO according to the National Weather Service which issued a rare warning in California firefighters are battling multiple blazes across the state like the lake fire which has consumed more than seventeen thousand acres public information officer guy Cornell between a hundred seven of one hundred eleven degrees very much every day good to extreme heat the loyalty of fire quickly engulfed twenty thousand acres and caused that fire NATO National Weather Service meteorologist dawn Johnson the fire created its own environment and essentially produced a tornado within the fire apple fire public information officer Daniel Patterson says well it's ninety percent contained we looks like we're going to have continued long hot summer here in California I'm Julie Walker
Tools firefighters use to save lives
"Fighting continues. I'm rob New life from the CAF. I 25 newsroom cruise on that wildfire in the Angeles National Forest are doing some recovery work after flames have burned nearly 15,000 acres came upon a crew doing Martha. That's when firefighters behind the path of the flames to make sure there's no hot spot. It's those little spots those little Burning spots that are underneath the soil that just embers right now that can easily be picked up into flame and start a whole another fire L A county fires sky, Cornell says. Firefighters use special hand tools to double check the soil from the clouds allows peace to some of these look like flat headed axes. That had been turned, and that's so that you can dig in deep and then you have more of a flat surface, which is the Macleod and that's more of like an eight inch to 10 inch wide tool and that's for scraping. At least five homes have been destroyed and many more have been damaged along Pine Canyon Road, Steve Gregory Ko Phi News
The Iroquois Nationals Team | The History of Lacrosse
"Hello welcome to Iroquois history and legends. Today we're GONNA be talking about the history of Lacrosse and current status of the Iroquois national team. Today. We don't have just one guest we have multiple group. I'm just going to let them introduce themselves one by one if you gentlemen could just give me a brief background on who you are just a little synopsis on how you're associated with the Iroquois national team. REX LINES MONOLOGUE NATION I've been a Lacrosse player has this as long as I can remember as I could walk at sticking my hand going up on Doug a nation it's been. A big part of my my life, my lifestyle the and I was on the First Leroy national team in eighty three and. Been in three tournaments and. The program at percents. I'm Leon Nolan multiple on Gatien. My mother's Aquasonichowie Mohawks enroll visit. Mohawk will clan. Lamb. I've been involved with your co-nationals across in about early two thousands and then k back. But you're a half ago and serve as the executive, director and board member. and. Tissue late at SMU and while the across like wreck, all my life and Real honor to be a part of the organization again to help with the many challenges facing us. So, we're very pleased to have this opportunity to give him a good historical perspective in a future perspective on warmer. Had IT. For us. And David Brian from the Seneca nation and the wolf clan I grew up playing cross started off with a new toll across went off to college played at Cornell University on a couple of national championship teams. I was also on the I Iroquois national team. And I've been a lifelong participant with your coin nationals as either as a player. Executive, director or board member and I'm still in like brexit it's kind of A. Lifelong journey to have our people be represented in Lacrosse whether it's at the college level professional level or international level. I'm Randy Scott some from six nations on -Tario A maternal clan. Mohawk like these guys are saying, I've started across when. You know I gotta stick when I was born. I've been playing ever since it's a big part of my life I played professional across for. The Georgia. Swarm. the Boston cannons and at the world stage with Uruguay nationals I've been playing with Uruguay national since. Two Thousand Eight Also. Went to Syracuse University got my degree there and. You know. Like these guys are saying, Lacrosse, has been a big part of my life in it's It's awesome. Thank you very much gentlemen. That's a lot of talent and a lot of experience for me growing up in Western. New York every. Year, has a Lacrosse program. Every College in university has lacrosse program, but there might be some people in the country that really might not know what it is or what the history of it is. So which one of you mind giving me a a synopsis of Old, this game is where it came from what the basic just of the rules are by I'll take that question. Well, it's part of our creation story so. know your guess is good as ours. You know it came from the spire creation story came from the Sky World. So in in our cosmology re talk about. Across in all being played in creators land. And before it came down to Turtle Island here. So it's as old as we are as Randy said, you know your mail you're one of three things you're born. You're you're a a speaker which measure speaker of ceremonies language or a singer, the singer of the ceremony or your across Blair. That's how significant across is to our culture. And you always have the exception to the rule where somebody's all And we have real lot of examples of that but let's how important it is to are. inherently. It's part of four yards culture. It's site in part of that responsibility to share the scheme. With others which we've been very successful at. Now, I believe sixty six countries have. Lacrosse organizations within her order states. Within our borders and it's been really I. Think we've done a great job of showing the green game with the many many around the world and or looking forward to continuing that and. One of the. Mainstays who are Bruh given this responsibility directly by the. Sedition confederacy in one, thousand, nine, hundred, three. And we were given that responsibility to golden compete internationally represent the initially in that regard play fair play hard and spread this game around the world.
Nourishment for Mind and Body
"Dr Jerick Conrad. I want to welcome you to plan strong podcast. This is season two and season two Israeli about. Welcoming people at the heart of a hero and you know and reading up on you reading your book the fragile, mind. The beautiful introduction that was given. To me of you through our mutual friend Dr. Elizabeth linings. Yes I feel really. Really fantastic about having. A very open conversation with you and let me just frame it up right now for people because obviously right now in America we have. All these conversations that are going on around racism and Antiracism and I think it's really important bit you and I can have a conversation that will bring value. To this current narratives? and specifically, I'd like to have this conversation be more around kind of nutrition and health or lack thereof. Going on in this in this country at let let me also say Jerick that I know that you you are so well educated you're a intercultural sensitivity expert and I want to say up front that if I'd say anything that is inappropriate or you know like, Hey, dude, that was not cool I. Hope you'll call me on it and then and then helped me figure out the best way to say it or phrase it because I'm I don't even want to pretend like a nuanced or or or very good at this. Let me let me let you in on a little secret as we get more. Make these words expert. You gotta take that kind of stuff with a grain of salt you know. I am studying this stuff a talk a lot about it but you know all of us are still trying to learn as much as we can about human behavior. What makes us tick and why and so same here if I never abs you the wrong way I. Hope you say what's Eric? Louis. Feels like this what are you me? Because, we don't have these open conversations than We can't move anywhere and anytime you engage in some discussions when you start talking about things like race for instance a, it can get dicey for people but but I'm always willing to take that risk because I'm looking at toward the other side of it where we can all learn and grow together. So so don't be don't be worried about that. Good. So it's okay if we get a little uncomfortable, it just allows us to get more comfortable on the road ness, right? Absolutely. All right. Good. So I I WANNA just start out by. Just a little bit about you, and then I want you to correct me or go back if anything you know. I missed something to add something. So I and I think it's important that we say it is you're a black man right and start out and to start out. And to start out. Because a lot of people are just going to be hearing this on audio and not right. is that the correct way to refer to yourself when I referenced you? So I'm fine with African American with black I I'm I've I've really been trying to think about these labels and I'm really urging people to use you know American from. Descent. Something like that because I am in some ways, I think when you put something before American is serves as a little bit of an asteroid. And it almost subconsciously makes people think that that's a different kind of American. Of American not full American so I would prefer even though I'm the only person probably saying this right now I prefer that we move away from the Asian American or African American are you know Latin x American I prefer that we say you know American of African descent I want to emphasize the fact that we have that shared experience as Americans. But on a personal note, you know black whatever. Best. That's fine. Okay. Okay. You you grew up in east Saint Louis in what's what's considered probably the most distressed I think part of town in America. Probably said yeah, right. This had some challenges. Yeah and and I want you to talk about that You are like I said, you're incredibly well educated. You've got a bachelor's degree from the University of Illinois. You have two masters degrees from Cornell University and you've got a doctor of education degree from the University of North Florida. Okay and I know you've got a lot more degrees that maybe you can tell us about but I'm GonNa stop there for now. You your family. Eat a whole food plant based diet absolutely and. We're going to dive dive into that. Is it fair to say that today are you the CEO and President of Conrad Consultant Group? Yes I am I am. So I still have I have the kind of consulting group also work a fulltime with an HR software company OATEN software that soon to Change Our Name, we've just merged with the KRONOS. So I'm the quote unquote thought leader I run the thought leadership group of for ultimate software where I get to delve into some of these issues around of nutrition. And Wellness and all of that as well. I spent twenty years as an HR practitioner So so this really gives me a chance to to go back to my roots and little bit with still think about these ideas and try to solve these. Really. Complex problems that we're we're still struggling with.
"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
"So this the part of the show where Julius defined so there's that moment that's happening because of or in spite of trump and the corona crazy culture war that he's responsible for she hates doing it, but we all need it and I enjoy torturing her, so tell us. What so there's that moment. Did you come up with this week? Oh, I, mean after Cornell and you know Max. And it just feels really pointless, you know. not to mention there's still protesting and rallies going on and and with lock. The twelve thousand people in Tulsa who went to the trump rally will drop dead. Out Sorry sorry, not sorry I know that's listening to feel about me and honestly let him have it. I don't care anymore. I don't care I'm done trying to get in when. As. We've said before all we can do is start from this point. Move forward and if you can't then I san to. You are on far or review our and I hope you get corona virus I'm kidding, but you get the sentiment I'm not kidding. Let's move over. To some gay religious news, okay, since it's June, and it's pride month. I haven't really been paying attention to gay stuff lately. I just haven't been interested, but I did come across this, and I do think it's pretty cool and combines two of my favorite things to get annoyed by religion and kids, but one of my favorite things to get sensitive and sentimental about gayness and parents. Now. When I was a kid, there was not one rainbow flag to be seen. I had no clue about being gay turning gay going gay. What an actual gay person! Acting on being gay meant what I did think is that being lesbian met being fat, ugly, unloved by men, unliked by everyone and person who will never know, receive or give love. I spent a long time trying to rectify that to the destruction of myself, and to many others around me with that said it is astounding to me that kids growing up today, not only have options and choices, but have a support system that in some areas can actually be seen as even a little extreme. We're living in a very apologetic time from any adults and people are surviving and living with guilt to a point that could be seen as pen during but I. Digress, there are however people who have lived a religious life and looked in the mirror and said God I've been a hypocrite I talk a big game about love and acceptance and charity, and giving, and yet I've disowned my son, or I've told an entire group of people are going to hell need to change you. They are immediately, or they're going to hell, and they should probably just kill themselves well. We enjoy poking fun at these religious folk particularly. Mormons mormonism relatively new religion now. We won't get into the WHYS in house, but basically they own Utah and in Utah Lgbtq. Rights are like in the toilet, and they have the highest suicide rate in the country of kids that are between the ages of ten to seventeen, because they're gay or trans. That's fucked up. Yeah, if you're an LGBT YOUTH IN UTAH. You're fucked unlike Christianity Judaism and Islam slowly. There have been off shoots. Were clergy has made space for lgbtq rights and women and use the doctrine to support defend and include. Mormonism isn't there yet? However, a group of MOMS has decided to take back the more midnight. Are they all married to the same man? No. Think I wish it was cody while looking for my, so there's that on CNN dot. com I saw the headline, the fierce Utah moms protecting lgbtq youth in God knows anything with lgbt parents lost in a tunnel of corn and cheese. Called Mama Dragons it was started a few years ago and was found by some Mormon. Mom, who realize they're being hypocrites and needed to find a way to reconcile their own faith with the safety and wellbeing of their children. One mom lost her teenage son. His name was stockton to suicide, and she said quote. Stockton was very comfortable with being gay, but I think he was uncomfortable being alone. Literally cannot stop thinking about that. He killed himself and she is to say at the least a shell of herself now. However, she now has mama dragons. The group driving a million more Gay Mormon kids because they have a million kids, and that's just how the percentage dropped out. The group is thriving in a city and a religion that isn't supporting them, and that is really a testament to how powerful the right thing to do can be even though it's not a brand new group I think CNN chose to show us these MOMS as its pride month, and it's a story with the beginning, but without an end and their power and love is something. We can all really us. US right now it's very timely as we're going through a transitional time in our country of equality and being seen and afforded the same rights as every other citizen mormonism demonize lgbtq people, and in Utah the thing is, there's nowhere to run from it because the church runs the state basically, so if you're gay, it's not like somewhere else where you just decided I'm leaving that church going to San Francisco. What you can't because your kid. It's the church. The school, your neighbors, the neighborhood everything you know. Every. They literally own all the property and the whole. There's no safe place to go and then mom's Mama. Dragons along with another group called encircle are two major organizations in Utah specifically created to help parents and kids get the support they need I. think it's so important for the parents to get support to, and that's why I love this little story because when? When your kid comes out you're kinda gay to just kidding. You're not gay, but you have to go through whatever morning and coming out process and grief that you have to go through and I think for many of us. We've discounted the pain that being gay or Trans Causes Our parents, and we have to allow them their space to get the help and support. Gain. They, do they do? The thing is is knowing that these groups in Utah exists or helping so many people especially now because when you feel like you're different, or you feel that you are being targeted and everyone around you, either rejects or pretend isn't happening or that. Your existence isn't what it is or what it is problematic. That's what causes so many of the problems that were experiencing now so these groups represent the best. Best in our intent and desire to try at the very least support someone, you may not understand or agree with to love that person unconditionally to say to them. They mad. Her Black Lives Matter Mike Pence and they can live their life and safety and honesty, and we will either hold their hand along the way or step aside and let someone else. Hold it happy Friday everyone so there's that. Doc. Free..
"cornell" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics
"And I think we have to enough voters should should behave behave accordingly. Donald Trump and the Republicans around him. that that cater to cater to his craziness so so to me it. It is bigger than party. It is about it is about preserving American democracy, and if you're about serving American democracy, I, think you have vote Democrat right now up and down the ticket. Preserve our democracy, but but here is where I wanna say something new to your to your listeners because this is where we get to. These? All these purity tests that liberals and progressives thorough up and and I think these purity tests. Really. Hurt Y- Hillary Clinton and when you look at the protest vote from Twenty Sixteen Donald. Trump didn't do anything. particularly you know. God dramatically different from what Mitt Romney did in in twenty, twelve and losing, he did not Donald Trump did not win majority, and considering he did not want a majority of Michigan did not win a majority in Wisconsin and and Donald trump a do in Florida. He got on a boat Florida. You Know Mitt Romney got four NASA volts Lord loss. This was about the frank of the progressives, majority and purity test and the protest vote. Hillary was not good enough on this issue. She wasn't good enough on that issue. Let me tell you something. We can't play that Shit. Going to forty twenty or we're going to have a gut. Damn, dictator, right? Yeah, we've got got. Got! We've got we've we've gotTA play. We've gotTA play adult politics, which means no every candidates, not gonna be one hundred percent where you are on every issue should have look at the bigger picture and right now. The big picture is literally saving our democracy. That's what I'd say God I know you have to go and I don't ever want you to get off the phone. Stuff teaching stuff. Okay before you go. We loved Andrew Yang if he hired your company. Would he still be in the running? I. I Accu angry, young a great deal to I. Think a lot of He. He brought. Interesting ideals in to the table and I hope he continues to push to push forward. His ideals runs something else again. but I I cannot say it. I alone could have full his. Boldest his campaign across the finish line. As a strategist, you see the landscape. What could we do to get? At least fifteen listeners, we've been stuck at fourteen. For at least a couple of years now we would like just one or two more listeners. What would you say to do? You know. Sex Sells. RV! Everyone always asked me when you look us up. Here, this voice Julie saying everyone asking me to do pornography, and then you throw up now sir, Sir Sir. Excuse me. Sir I'm sorry Ma'am. Have you thought about doing pornography? I mean we'll tell everyone. Where can they find you and Ben Troll you on social media and sexually harass you. Buy Your Buck. You Know I. I I'm I'm an old genetic. Sir so I I don't to allow such media and I know twitter. Twitter is is, but we by social media, and we don't even do facebook and we hate mark Zuckerberg and Amazon and twitter. All Cornell. You don't even want to be affiliated with how much we hate them. Literally. They are important vehicles. I don't do facebook either, but but I am active on on twitter, so you can. You can catch me at Cornell Belcher. On twitter, and and which which I do, I, I, do sort of you know talk about polling numbers and and politics and strategy on twitter on on my On My instagram. I don't I? Don't do politics scream pulse grabs. It's all for fun. It is. It's. If, you don't do a TV show. You need to do a suit company. Do a soup you could do sex suits I'm telling you gentlemen and Lesbos. I'm telling you. On the show would I recommend. The listeners do for real is go to YouTube. And put in Cornell Belcher to youtube watched the clips. Are there the hotness? Is there the information is there? Will you teach me something because I 'cause? I've never actually gone to youtube an entire in my name and and West. India that stuff. Oh my God, so maybe I have to go check it out yet. Buckle up for the rest of your day day. You'll have a great have a great day. Stay out there. You, too, thank you..
"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.