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"david faber" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

01:48 min | Last week

"david faber" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"Headlines for Thursday, may 5th, 2022. I'm rich drop alino. Microsoft Apple and Google committed to building support for passwordless sign ins across mobile desktop and browser platforms in the coming year. Google revealed this will let users choose their phone as a main authentication device with the phone unlocking method used to sign into a web service using a unique fido compliant pass key. The nonprofit initiative blue sky released its first code for a decentralized network protocol, the authenticated data experiment or ADX. Blue sky CEO J grabber said this is the start of its semi public development process, although acknowledged ADX is incomplete. Blue sky built the ADX protocol around user controlled personal data repositories that social network developers can opt to support. The verge's sources say Sonos will introduce its own voice assistant, initially rolling out to U.S. customers on June 1st, followed by an international rollout. Sonos assistant will work with Apple music, Amazon music, Pandora, deezer, and the company's own Sonos radio at launch. It will use hay Sonos as its wake word. CNBC's David Faber sources say that Elon Musk is expected to serve as temporary Twitter CEO for a few months after he completes taking the company private. An SEC filing also shows that Musk secured $7.14 billion in equity commitments for investors for the acquisition, including $1 billion from Oracle cofounder Larry Ellison. The U.S. nonprofit national bureau of economic research studied usage of chivo, El Salvador's national Bitcoin wallet. Since it launched last September, around half of salvadorians have downloaded the wallet, which came with a $30 incentive of those who downloaded it 61% have stopped using it, remaining users tend to be unbanked people who use it.

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"david faber" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

02:01 min | 9 months ago

"david faber" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"And I think that with time he could find his footing and be fantastic, but they're not willing to help him. They're not willing to, you know, put in the time that it takes to make Levar Burton as good as he could be. But I'll tell you who was great. Um, a guy who's a host on CNBC. His name is David Faber. He was fantastic on jeopardy. Quick witted. He, uh, knew the sort of format really well didn't stumble didn't kind of stutter. There wasn't any sort of major gaps. No dead air. Was really, really well done. What would be better? Someone like that with Broadcast experience, hosting experience or What about Ken Jennings? The the reining jeopardy, champ because he guest hosted, didn't he? Yeah, but okay, there's a difference between being neutral and not offensive. And just kind of look at skin is pretty snarky. And I would actually watch more jeopardy. You went a little snark on occasion. I've never, you know Ken Jennings. Has never struck me as a Interesting personality should follow him on Twitter. Okay, Well, a tweet is one thing. Oh, no, I agree that being you know, you can take an hour in craft to tweet as opposed to in the middle on the fly. Yeah, Funny on Twitter is not any sort of evidence of wit. But that is, uh, it's an evidence of some of written wit. It's not an evidence of quick wit. How about that? Maybe maybe not. But David Faber depends on how it depends on how quickly you send a tweet. Quick is quick. Quick doesn't mean quick leave. Leave me a lot. Yeah. David Faber, I think would have been great. And they split it up their split decision of hiring the creepy podcast guy, and, uh, my, um Bialik. Yeah, but I don't like her, Uh, they split it to kind of Take away from people's anger at them, just giving it to the the mic podcast Creeper. Think that's splitting it up and doing David Faber and LeVar Burton would be fantastic..

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"david faber" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"david faber" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"All way. Go on this Friday because in a football Friday your game this weekend. It's always a football Friday car up until two weeks from now, then it can't be a football fight. We got one game left. Then it becomes a football, right? Very black traction. Still, that girl Friday sort of get out. Here marking we'll. We'll talk football today because that the Shawn Watson news and going away anytime soon. That's for sure. We're going to get an early look at the Super Bowl spread the total. Maybe some props with the early money is doing out in Las Vegas with our man Todd firm in about an hour and 10 minutes from now we'll talk NFL. With a soon to be Hall of Famer in the next couple years anyway, Thank you retired three years ago, Joe Thomas will go in on the first ballot in the former Badger and the Great Cleveland Brown will join us. He does some NFL network. Stuff. Now he will join us coming up at 11. So we'll talk playing football. There's baseball news today as we were discussing during cross talk. Jack Peterson lands on the North side is coming to Chicago. I always thought of human Whiteside didn't expect him to come to the North side. I believe that Jock Peter said. Maybe you'd kill the deal. Car. He wanted the number the white sex. I didn't kill the deal. Yes, well, lame excuse that is I'm still trying to figure out what the Cubs expectations rather share. What did they say setting up here? You know, you've gotten rid of some people you've traded I don't know if Contreras and Chris Brian are gonna be Chicago Cubs by the time they start kicking off action here at the end of March. It covers some mixed signals out there. I don't know what direction they're going. I think they're trying to rebuild. I think they're trying to get younger. I think this season's gonna be absolute garbage for the Chicago Cubs. But I don't have quite the direction that they plan on going mediocrity. Think is where they're gonna be. I think they're gonna be mediocre, wonderfully meeting, but mediocrity might win a division this year. It might all you need to ST Louis to struggle. And if ST Louis struggles, then all of a sudden everything is up for grabs. It could be right. So it'll be a very interesting year for the Chicago Cubs. No expectations and maybe that's the way to go into the season South side. All the expectations in the world makes me nervous. All the expectations in the world If you extrapolated the numbers last year for the team that played the truncated season, they have been in the low nineties in the mid nineties with the amount of victories they were gonna have, and that's after they crapped the bed at the end of the year, and they did crapped the bed at the end of the year. They did. The last 10 days were not good right here last night, Good days for the Chicago White Sox, but still With everything that's happened, You've got to feel good. I think people actually sneak into the ballpark to watch. Yeah, my last week in the ball pit, I start to get nervous when the expectations are raised. You know, there has been this kind of buzz for a White Sox team in a long time. I mean, fourth choice to win the World Series. The White Sox fourth choice one. That is great a lot of pressure that my kids were White Sox fans, so I will find joy and the happiness of my Children when they watched the white side. That's what I'm gonna find that I'll be able to go. From afar be able to adjudicate and judge and offered thoughts and opinions. What the Chicago White Sox will be without this stain off bias, understand advice. So that's what I'll be here for all summer for you. White Sox fans, You're welcome. You're welcome. I gotta tell you, I was Fascinated by the day's events yesterday, I couldn't take my eyes off the finance Channel. You know which I Robin Hood had, like watching my guy Joe Kernen on CNBC. I was I couldn't take my eyes. David Faber, the brain the in favor of the brain, David, the rain favor. I couldn't take my eyes off it. And I don't understand anything. Anything of what's going on. Really? I you might as well be Don't by now. You might as well be speaking French. No, I mean that way. You figure it out. You need it for you. Primer friend is go back and watch and Ron the smartest guys in the room. I watched that Okay, rewatch it the big short, the big short. I've watched. That's kind of wolf, The wolf of Wall Street, the big shorts, Congress, your primer and then this is just an updated version. This is an updated always saw the pink sheets. Is that what we're doing? Yeah, it would seem that Zach's not too far off base. That was absolutely fantastic. You know, they start talking about shorts and puts in margin go. Hey, you go back to trading places. If you want to go back to where it all started. You want a great You want a great like movie That's hilarious, but actually gives you an inside look about stock market manipulation and shortly right in shorting and what they're trying to corner the market under the mark. It's great. It's great movie, and it's wonderfully funny. 1981. I believe every take and ladies and you know, they think it only took 20 years to finally get along place. Two. Fix to stop that kind of? Yes, No, but a lot of fighting back on. They start going a lot of times and I'm like my head spins. You know, I'm like, Wait a minute. What are they talking about? And who did what and much delay its language of financing trading. And you know, he never like There's a letter. There's a dentist. I was just say like that. There's a dentist Miller bit. That's funny where you know you don't You don't want to seem like you're the guy that doesn't understand it, You know, But how much do we really understand? He always he does this bit where he talks about. You know, you're at a party and people start talking about the deficit. You go out the deficit. Yeah, it's terribly goes. I don't even know what that is. He's like Do we actually owe somebody that money? Is that like, I don't know. I just sort of play along like, yeah, the deficit. But like people start talking about this, and You get this Big Tex chain going on all your buddies and I'm like, Yeah, This is crazy. What happened? I'm like, I don't even understand it, but it's wild First thing. What's happened in investor is an individual typing Obama Long term investor. Hold my stacks for more than a year after a year, I think about either, you know, re redoing my positions, depending upon percentage off that stock in my portfolio, So you want to rebalance your stuff, so you're not over committed to one thing or the other? That's the type of investor Iaw Long term long term investor, So you don't do the show. I'm not in and out, okay? When I buy my stock, there's actual money going into by that individual stock goes into the account. We hope that stock ends up going higher. If the stock goes low, we buy more simple. A simple price averaging..

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"david faber" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"david faber" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I was kind of floored when they did that, because the Fed doesn't usually give guidance past the next three or four months. Can you explain what that might mean to our average listener and how it may affect their portfolio? You know, the Fed has a couple of different mandates, You know, one of which is inflation related, and then another is unemployment. But the short version is when they keep interest rates low. They're providing liquidity to the markets their base and that's one. Uh, effect. Another, of course, is To really deter investors from parking money in the bank. That's going to pay you nothing and encourage you to invest in other things, like stocks and other types of bonds, for example. S so that that Z the basic mandate of the said a Z try to track inflation. They use interest rates to be able to adjust up and down based on their inflation expectations. So inflation's been 2% or so give or take or lower for a long, long time, so they're not worried about inflation number one If they were to. They want to be raising rates at some point inflation has really been in check based on the way that the head of the government defines inflation number two. They've used a ton of bullets between monetary and fiscal policy in DC, to try to come back the effects of this pandemic and the unemployment, So another bullet in their quiver, of course, is to just keep interest rates low. Almost to grease the economy to provide this liquidity right. So it is part of this ongoing strategy to not try to slow the growth of the economy. That's the interest rate possibly have so that you could look at that a little negatively. See, while I mean that really means of things, they're really, really kind of bad, Brian. So bad they're going to keep rates lower. That's kind of true, actually, right? That's been the case rates have been low for a very long time. And it's just this tool. They used to try to keep the economy moving and growing and not contracting, frankly, and it's always butting up against this idea of inflation, but it's unbelievable. We just have not had inflation rear its ugly head. Despite all the money printing that's going on in D. C. So that's the inflation that's part of its interest rate policy. It's going to stay low. How it benefits. People in the real estate side, of course, is that mortgage rates and refinance rates are very, very low. But bank rates and CD rates and savings accounts are very, very low is well, right, so it's kind of a double edged sword. But the Fed is doing what they think is best to kind of try to get us to continue to grow out of this most recent crisis. You think that very departure from normal policy and the fact that they did provide that type of guidance for a couple of years? Indicates that things are worse than they were before. Is that reading too much into it? Well, it's a little bit a little bit of bad. You know, the Fed is trying to be more open and transparent. So this is part of this new way that the Fed communicates and projects out more of what they're going to do, Which they at some point the past, you know, they were very vague and Nobody really knew what they were thinking. So now that's part of this new type of fed where they do want to be a little bit more transparent. But I do read into this. Yes, they realized that any Increase in interest rates, even if it was small could be just enough to really, really hurt the economy, right. That's important to know. When they did raise rates A couple of years ago, the market responded very poorly immediately. Right, so the Fed knows that they have now just said, Hey, the gloves are off. We're going to tell the world It's a low interest rate policy for at least a couple of years, and that does give some confidence in some ease in the broader markets. Transparency is a good thing you remember back when Greenspan was the Fed chairman and on CNBC in the morning, David Faber and Joe Kernen would watch film of him walking to the meetings on Wednesdays, and they try to indicate what the policy was going to be by the angle at which he held his briefcase. That's how much information they released back then. Hi, doll. You're right. It was funny. And it became, you know of writing joke, right? This phrase fed speak, you know was was invented because the way Greenspan and some that came after and spoke was just It's very opaque way that you didn't have to decipher every word, you know, And every every face looks Russian at the time, right? What they really saying here and the market would react to that right? So there is a more transparent regime with the Fed today, that is all true, and I think that's a good thing. Mean as we wrap up here, give us if you will your outlook for 2021 from an investment management standpoint, you know, we've gotten through the election or we will shortly have a certified winner and everybody seems to still be breathing. And is it Is it going to be a good year? I had I foresee elements of volatilities in the next 12 months. You know, we did have some years in a row a couple years back where the volatility was super low. And just, you know, the market is went on without any real ups and downs. I do see you know this environment in the next year or two to have these times where there's going to be the spikes in volatility. Despite all that, I think it will be. Ah, moderately good here. You've got to make sure. Most importantly, you know, if you can get through some of these volatile these spikes that I think will happen. And that could rattle some people is you've got to make sure that you have the right portfolio for you, the end client, the investor but listening to the show here that matches your overall financial prop profile. The best If you've matched up your overall financial profile and goals and.

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"david faber" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"david faber" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"End of today's show, 8135500707. 8135500707 listening to guarding your nest egg this weekend. When's the last time you were on a plane? For me? It's been a little while. But David Faber on CNBC makes the point that for the average business traveler like you, Mike Life has definitely changed. I would argue, given all the conversations we've all had with executives who typically are on the road 40 50 60% of the time. That's never coming back. I mean, will they go on the road? Of course. Will they take trips? Yes. Are they ever going to travel as much as they once did no way. So, like I know you do a decent amount of traveling with business, and I was talking to a friend the other day who had to fly to Boston to help his son move, he said. Somebody on the plane was in a full has Matt suit and he wasn't being judgmental, because maybe that person had to travel in his high risk, You know, shows what's going on with somebody. Certainly not making fun, but this is a big change Cove it to the way our country does business. How is the pandemic? Change the business of what you do and how you help your client's woman's change Things? One a lot of ways. The most obvious that we've all heard about Kristen and zoom We've done Christian I I work with people around the country. Most of them are retired or very close to it. It means I do travel. I've continued to travel. Different states have different rules on sitting down with people and so some of the places that I work, we Don't do a lot of face to face right now. Other places we do we do more, but you know, I didn't like the way you use the word never. And he used the word. No way. You know, I don't want to think that way. And that's also not okay. That's just too certain. I don't think It's all doom and gloom moving forward. Like I said, I travel quite a bit sure, it's different now. But the more I travel, the more pack things are, the more busy things are, and I think that there's just something about being face to face with. Comport. Zoom just isn't going to cut it all the time. It's convenient. We do it with lots of our clients. That makes it easy to kind of get face to face virtually Especially if you need to speak quickly Speak quickly, but at the same time, I like personal relationships with our clients. We like meetings. We like sitting down. Our clients are typically Retired or pretty close to it. They know how to work Zoom and they're okay with a phone call in a digital meeting, But at the end of the day, they don't want to just hear Mike Lester on the radio or just on the telephone. They kind of like to know where a real person with real feelings and with a real family and real, you know concerns Michael, and I think that's valid. I mean, you know, there's that old saying that the biggest investment we ever have is our home. No, that's not the biggest investment or ask that you'll ever have. It's all these 41 K's IRAs. Mutual funds pensions, TSP accounts CTF accounts. Whatever it is, stocks and bonds that you've got set aside for retirement. So having said that, you're right. I don't mind talking on the phone or doing his own. But I'm gonna also need to look that guy or girl in the eye to Yeah. I mean, our world is changing younger generations. They're going to be willing to not look. So it is a show not look that person in the eye and be more trusting of Doing all of their finances on their smartphone. Listen, I love my job, and a big part of that is I'm looking forward to getting back to normal..

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"david faber" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"david faber" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"But the short version is when they keep interest rates low. They're providing liquidity to the markets their base, and that's one effect another of courses. To really deter investors from parking money in the bank. That's going to pay you nothing and encourage you to invest in other things, like stocks and other types of bonds, for example, so that that's that's the basic mandate of the Fed. Aziz try to track inflation. They use interest rates to be ableto adjust up and down based on their inflation expectations. So inflation's been 2% or so give or take or lower for a long, long time, so they're not worried about inflation number one If they were to. They want to be raising rates at some point. Inflation has really been in check based on the way that the Fed and the government defines inflation number two. They've used a ton of bullets between monetary and fiscal policy in DC, to try to come back the effects of this pandemic in the unemployment, so another bulletin there quiver, of course, is to just keep interest rates low. Almost to grease the economy to provide liquidity right. So it is part of this ongoing strategy to not try to slow the growth of the economy. That's the interest rate posited. They have so that you could look at that a little negatively. Wow, that really needs of things. They're really, really kind of bad, Brian so bad They're going to keep rates low. That's kind of true, actually, right? That's been the case rates have been low for a very long time, and it's just This tool. They used to try to keep the economy moving and growing and not contracting, frankly, and it's always butting up against this idea of inflation, but it's unbelievable. We just have not had inflation rear its ugly head. Despite all the money printing that's going on in D. C so that the inflation that's part of its interest rate policy. It's going to stay low. How it benefits. People in the real estate side, of course, is that mortgage rates and refinance rates are very, very low. But bank rates and CD rates and savings accounts are very, very low as well. Right, So it's kind of a double edged sword. But the Fed is doing what they think is best to kind of try to get us to continue to grow out of this most recent crisis. You think that the departure from normal policy and the fact that they did provide that type of guidance for a couple of years? Indicates that things are worse than they were before. Is that reading too much into it? Well, it's a little bit a little bit of that. You know, the Fed is trying to be more open and transparent. So this is part of this new way that effect communicates and project out more of what they're going to do. Which state At some point past, you know, they were very vague. Nobody really knew what they were thinking. So now that's part of this new type of fed where they do want to be a little bit more transparent. But I do read into this that yes, they realize that any Uh, increase in interest rates, even if it was small could be just enough to really, really hurt the economy, right? That's important to know. And when they did raise rates a couple of years ago, the market responded very poorly immediately. Right, So the Fed knows that they have now just said, Hey, the gloves are off. We're going to tell the world It's a low interest rate policy for at least a couple of years, and that does give him confidence in some ease in the broader markets. Transparency is a good thing you remember back when Greenspan was the Fed chairman and on CNBC in the morning, David Faber and Joe Kernen would watch film of him walking to the meetings on Wednesdays, and they try to indicate what the policy was going to be by the angle at which he held his briefcase. That's how much information they released back then. Yeah. No, You're right. It was funny. And it became, you know, Ah, Running joke, right? This phrase Fedspeak Lino was invented because the way the Greenspan and something came out and spoke was very opaque. A way that you didn't have to decipher every word you know, and every every facial expression at the time, right? What they really saying here and the market would react to that right? There is a more transparent regime with the Fed today. That is all true, and I think that's a good thing. Mean as we wrap up here, give us if you will your outlook for 2021 from an investment management standpoint, you know, we've gotten through the election or we will shortly have a certified winner and everybody seems to still be breathing. And is it Is it going to be a good year ahead? I foresee the elements of volatility in the next 12 months. You know, we did have some years in a row couple years back where the volatility was super low. And just, you know, the market just went on without any really ups and downs. I do see you know this environment in the next year or two to have these these times where there's going to be these spikes and volatility. Despite all that, I think it would be. Ah, moderately good here. You've got to make sure. Most importantly, you know if you can get through some of these volatility, spike that I think will happen. And that could rattle some people is you've got to make sure that you have the right portfolio for you. The end client the investor list into the show here that matches your overall financial prop profile, the best If you've matched up your overall financial profile and.

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"david faber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"david faber" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"His vehicle. I'm an Cade's And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. This newscast has brought to you by National Realty and are a developers of high return income producing properties for investing partners see them at and are a dot net. Add another name to those who want to scoop up assets of TIC tac more from Bloomberg studies. Pellegrini darkhorse possible third Bitter, is emerging to rival bids by Microsoft and Oracle. We're hearing now that centric. His asset management of the UK and the US based video sharing company trailer made a last minute pitch yesterday to buy Tic Tac's operations in several countries for $20 billion Centrica Central ER are said to have submitted their bid to the Chinese owner Bite Dance. This is for Tic Tac's assets in the U. S. Australia, New Zealand and India. Representative for centric his confirms the company made an offer. Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg Radio We're hearing at Auntie is hoping private equity investors will be interested in buying the majority of its direct TV satellite television business move like that would help at an TI to cope with a major drag on its operations. Apple says a terminated epic games APP store developer account in the midst of a legal battle over apples in AP Purchase rules. Apple had recently threatened the action after epic added an option for users of its fortnight videogame to pay epic directly for in game upgrades that would avoid a 30% cut of those purchases for Apple. We're hearing hedge fund titan Steven A. Cohen has entered exclusive talks to buy the New York Mets scent is set to reach a deal within days. The news was first reported on Twitter by CNBC's David Faber, who also said an investor group led by Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez is no longer pursuing the team. Global corporations have announced more than 200,000 job cuts of bio. It's recently analysts look at that. And they say they're worried. More losses will come as furloughs early in the global pandemic turn into permanent layoffs. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. Thiss is balance of power with David Westin on Bloomberg Radio. Still to come This hour, I talked to one of President Trump's biggest supporters,.

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"david faber" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"david faber" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"We're going to just talk about health care we all want the treasury secretary to come out and say small businesses we've got no interest loans we want to be able to take advantage of the curb prep season might might accept and be able to be ready we don't want coffee now we don't know David Faber piles up we don't want golfing no we don't Khalidi really golf on Saturday did he really go golfing on Saturday my god sorry yes yeah yeah he went golfing on Saturday roll it out to the golf course on Saturday so right now the the stock market is a twenty four thousand and it's about that so that's about five thousand no four thousand is a four thousand above inauguration day but even that we've lost almost the same amount we've lost about almost four thousand since last week that would give the back half of everything that we burned yeah in this administration and is it is it going to be coronavirus that does us in and you know I get emails from all from all sorts of people say get the flu kills wars yeah yeah you know it kills more numbers but the flow is point zero one percent deadly okay that's just that's how widespread the flu is every year but point zero one percent people will die of the flu coronavirus cases confirmed a hundred fourteen thousand round the world and four thousand deaths that's about that's a little under four percent right now there's a big that's four hundred times likely you will die if you catch it then the regular flow and I get it it's for older people but you can't just write a mock you can't just say well it's thins the herd as a forty six year old I can say after right so here's the here's the guy on MSNBC this morning and he is Dr Joseph where he is virologist Ellen he has this eye opening claim getting testing up and running in every place we can and every city and every public health laboratory around the country is key for us to understand how widespread this epidemic is this is not to fear monger this is it would be irresponsible for us to to create panic when it's undue that being said we know eighty percent of the population is going to survive and it typically a fifteen to twenty percent rate of mortality for those individuals that are both elderly and or have underlying conditions fifteen to twenty percent he thinks it could be fifteen to twenty percent if this thing really gets going if it jumps out of these communities because here's the difference between the regular flow in this flow there's no vaccine we have no vaccine right now and antibiotics don't work because it's it's it's viral yelled yeah regular flu we get a flu shot every you can take it in the end you know and increase your odds completely there is no covert nineteen shot right now it won't be till the end of the year I can say pretty much with certainty that each one of us everyone in this country knows someone with those underlying conditions so this is not a political thing it's not a it's going to affect voters on the left the right than people that don't even vote so we need to take it seriously and even if you yourself are going to be okay you still have the potential and and I are had infecting others that are not going to be okay now so you could be a carrier no wonder they're talking about it shut down sports games and and theaters and everything else so based off of those numbers let's say ten thousand people go to a game the odds are if they all had corona virus nearly four hundred you're gonna die yeah at four percent yeah yeah at four percent and you said that they all have yeah I was discussing the fifteen to twenty percent because that's if it gets a bit runs loose another strange casualty of coronavirus the price is right what they're now substituting travel prizes if it's in the fine print at the end of the show you know how the other silly put the screen up there for five seconds the other display were there for five seconds well you got to freeze it and read it and there noting that the shows were taped before corona virus and that they're offering alternate prizes may be cast opens cash so when it when a trip over his sis is one yeah I know you're all looking at it like oh my god there's something available you're trapped if you go on a cruise with wind rises right in Salem you know that will substitute prizes that's real and also Tim Hortons I don't think we have Tim Hortons in the janitor they're going to they're all over Canada right and and that's the place you got to go if you're in Canada you got to go to a gym or it's a donut shop donut place is basically Dunkin donuts for yeah right so they're doing their contest right now called roll up the rim contest and you when prices and it's a tradition they do it every year prizes are awarded through messages under the rim of Tim Hortons coffee cups so you earn rolled the lip of the Cup to see if you're a winner sometimes the put on the bottom of the Cup you know it's easy to do but here you gotta roll up the Cup edits roll up the rim contest trouble is when you bring it back as a winner somebody's lips have been all over that thing yeah and all the Tim Horton ploys guy I'm not that we don't want we want to touch that the age of coronavirus so at Tim Hortons does what's in place to have to handle the use caps so they're sending him to America this.

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"david faber" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"david faber" Discussed on KTRH

"So I have a question and I pose this question the first hour you know before it was political suicide I think for a candidate to talk about whether or not they would disclosure of photos now we have a bunch of democratic candidates that aren't afraid of saying that they would look into it or they would go forward and try to get as much information out there in the culture had some very interesting to say things to say about what would happen if she were present United States what she would do to disclose your photos in your name sure last time we met asked you about David Faber the Hampshire man who is a pilot yes and I've since looked into that looked into it yeah yes with you I'm fine yeah yeah exactly I mean I read some articles about and you know I think we don't know now I I don't know I mean I don't know what's happened that just with that citing about with others and I think one of the things the president could do is to look into what state in terms of what's the what is the science say what is our military say and here's the interesting part of that answer is that some of the stuff is really old deciding so why can't you see if you can let some of that out for the public so earnest journalists like you for training at the bottom of the truth would be able to see it awesome I mean just so you know senators heating up the briefing so maybe comprising of yeah yeah she got a brief well as I also read that article a little further back so that is Damon yeah thank you tell you anything that came out of it that is my point she would have violated the rules in his right mind she promised to look into it yeah exactly it's a lot like a president could do and is to be able to figure out can you release some of the information out publicly fall look forward to that mostly okay alright.

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"david faber" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"david faber" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I have a question that I pose this question the first hour you know before it was political suicide I think for a candidate to talk about whether or not they would disclose you evos and now we have a bunch of democratic candidates that aren't afraid of saying that they would look into it or they would go forward and try to get as much information out there in the culture had some very interesting to say things to say about what would happen if she were present United States from what she would do to disclose UFOs when you're in there sure last time we met I asked you about David Faber the Hampshire man who is a pilot and I said slipping back into it yeah yeah with you about yeah exactly I mean I read some articles about it and you know I think we don't know now I don't know I mean I don't know what's happened that just with that citing about with others and I think one of the things the president could do is to look into what's there in terms of what what is the scientists say what is our military saying and here's the interesting part of the answer is that some of the stuff is really old deciding so why can't you see if you can let some of that out for the public Ernest journalists like you training at the bottom of the truth would be able to say yeah awesome and just so you know senators heating up the briefing so maybe comprising of yeah she got a briefing that was I also read that article a little backstory that is that they may not thank you anything that came out of them that is my point she would have violated the rules if you follow us to look into it yeah exactly has been could do is to be able to figure out can you release some of the information out publicly fall look forward to the rest of the okay so.

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"david faber" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"david faber" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And Jason Turner and Dave Beatty had brought them together and Dave Beatty made of some that everybody needs to watch is called and then with the counters and it it takes a look at them the tech that case and it's great on you too it's free and I got to meet all those guys and they have a different story you know a slightly different story than what David Faber talks about pilot command the framework and they talk about data being confiscated they talk about seeing a longer tic tac a video actually German Corbell had a witness travel who actually said he saw a longer tic tac video so that that's up for debate whether or not there really is that video but I got to meet those guys and it's really it's different you know we're hearing about people and reading and listening to interviews and sad actually going to the plate and talking to them and meeting them and they all but to me they all sound credible you know I wasn't there and I would love I would love for one day one day for them in command of forever and anybody else involved if if commander Slade if he ever got back involved in it one of the it was he was the the the window in the other plane went when Kramer went in for a close look at the take tax I would love to those guys to get together and yeah it's it's it's it's definitely my top top two or three cases in the history of ufology Danny give me your take on tech tack is it hours if if it were ours back in two thousand four would it be still be a secret I don't think it's ours I'm you know I I of course I can't say for sure that it isn't but getting points to is in it is in ours everyone I've talked to or most people at least believe it isn't I I have realized talking to some of these inform people scientist some of them don't agree either behind the scenes they can argue they just aren't doing the publicly on Twitter they're doing a runny nose or however they do it but no I don't think it's ours and especially the tic tac aside if you go back decades or hundreds of years there is a similar cases and they couldn't all be our tech overthrow of all time do you file do you spoil have Danny you and then you Joe do you guys file for your request no I don't I'd like to I have been able to get some documents and things like that but I just go directly to the source of the last form rather than asking the government forms I kind of by pass the fully although I think is very valuable and maybe I'd like to do that in the future but instead of trying to get someone is emails through fully I'll just go to that person and say Hey can I release this Joe simplified yeah I I I do not file for a and back back to whether or not that's not his hours I'm open I'm open to would be in our tech but the only way I could see that possible is if it's if it's a special act it's like a really unacknowledged specializes access project I don't think it's you know a navy secret project that they're that they're flying off the east coast every day for months and months that makes no sense to me so if if and I know there are people out there for people who think it's our tech if it is after beating it's got to be extremely you know in a small hand small group of people and the most you know secret special as the axis project you can imagine and I'm not I don't know that much about about special access projects but that's the only way I could see it so whether or not I mean I go back and forth I mean I think I don't think it's ours but I'm open I'm I've been ever happen it turned out it was ours and I wouldn't be totally shocked and it would be if I I I made this I was talking with Tyler roadway is written a lot of hard articles for the drive and I said if it turns out to be ours it's a bigger story than actual Trussell I think extras will be huge but if it's ours and we have the technology right away we change the world we could change everything about energy and it's instant change the world section trestle thing is is great in it interesting but we still would have the technology you know it's not ours yeah if we have that technology let's break it out let's get to it quit spending money millions or billions of dollars on outdated airplanes and war planes and energy systems and break it out yeah over talk with Joe Mergea Danny Silva UFOs young guns of ufology will come back with more after this on coast to coast AM you call that's my opinion and that's a dangerous thing to do Sir because I will give it to you this spending money I don't have welcomed a year intervention Dave Ramsey weeknights at nine on seven ten W. O. are there a lot of scary things in the world but one of the scariest is wondering what happens to them in the event that something happens to me but when it comes.

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Our Company Has Problems

StartUp Podcast

10:43 min | 2 years ago

Our Company Has Problems

"Back. In two thousand fourteen I laid out the premise of what I was doing. I was trying to start a business while simultaneously telling the story of starting a business in a podcast and it was going to focus on all the little details onto what kinds of shoes I was. GonNa wear to my first ever investor meeting my wife. Nazanin House need didn't like the shoes I'd chosen. They're fine. They're just there'd be a higher chance that he's GonNa give you money if you're not wearing running shoes dining that's through these he's meal issues that I can wear that my feet don't hurt. I ended up wearing those durkee shoes to the pitch was not successful not surprisingly and I kept recording recorded difficult Goshi with my co-founder tense confrontations with my wife other pitches to investors. I thought I was making a six to eight episode mini series but it turned out. I was launching. I showed that would continue for many years and we document all kinds of milestones in the history of this new company that I was making for example recorded the moment I partnered partner with my co founder Matt so the final thing to discuss which we had put on the agenda for last time style up our conversation of where we see this relationship going yeah checking in on a recorded choosing a name for the company Gimblett what sure easy to spell like madmen sexy. I'm okay documented undocumented the moment my wife Nazanin in the beginning worked as a TV producer eventually joined me in Matt to help run GIMBLETT. We're going to work together. Look look at US going a New York living the dream. Yeah Okay it's S. and over time the PODCAST. I'd accidentally started did branched out into new territory. We hired a new host from Gimblett media startup. I'm Lisa Chow any big success requires looking failure in the and Lisa started following other founders launching their own companies to women who rushed a dating APP several friends from college who actually meaning to started the billion dollar streaming company company twitch and most recently she told the story of Eva Moskowitz the controversial founder of Success Academy one of the fastest growing education startups in the world and we continue to follow it what was going on here. Gimblett the growth of our company from our first few employees through our twentieth or fiftieth and eventually our hundredth we documented our attempts to increase diversity diversity to decrease burnout and manage the chaos that inevitably comes with running a fast growing startup and here. I am now five years after that. I started episode dropped to document a bold new chapter and give them a history spotify. I'm a big user. Dave big user no call we are as well this is footage from the CNBC program squawk on the street dip so that aired February sixth twenty one thousand nine hundred the host. Jim Cramer and David Faber are about to welcome guest to the program this morning and this is big special exclusive interview from quite excited about this spotify scope boundaries Daniel Daniel. I've got an issue right right up front broadcast. I understand they are red hot and what we want is agriculture. I didn't think that a music company would do it but I do think that an audio audio company would do it and that's what this is about as an yeah. It's it's really about expanding our mission from just being about music to being about all audio and being being the world's leading audio platform and the thing that they're talking about here. The reason Daniela showed up at squawk on the street to talk to Jim Cramer and David Faber is because of an announcement inch that had just come out that morning spotify was acquiring to podcast companies hundreds of millions of dollars podcasting technology company called anchor at podcasting content company based in Brooklyn called Gimblett in this season of start up the final season and we're going to wrap up the story that we started over five years ago and I can't imagine a better final chapter than the one. We're about to tell you for the next several episodes. We're GONNA share with you. What an acquisition looks like from the inside and the first season I learned that starting a company is a very emotional experience what I didn't know then is that selling one that's pretty emotional and just a quick warning here at the top there is some swearing in this episode through down the left hand side his revenue split out by show or property so that so just the B. B. Through this tape from a meeting in late March of two thousand eighteen almost a full year before spotify's announcement on NBC that they had acquired Gimblett back back during this meeting the idea that a year from now we'll be selling our company is really hard to imagine row forty. One is the prophet line. The voice you hear is Jim Grau our VP of finance he's walking a few of us on the company's leadership team me not seen and Matt through the numbers for the year and the numbers they're not great what burn rate projected burn rate for the air. Yes if you will to burn rate in other words how much more we spending than we were making alter now. Spending more than we made was always part of the plan. That's what most startups do early on and just nine months earlier. We had reached a big round of funding fifteen million dollars. The the plan was to invest a lot of that into making more shows hiring more people. We wanted that big chunk of money to last for a while two and a half years meaning. We wanted to burn about about six million a year but this meaning. Jim is telling us that right now and early two thousand eighteen. It's looking like we're going to burn a lot more than that. So something like probably ten million eleven million million. A month is probably a where we're headed towards. If we don't uh change some things in other words we keep going the way we're going by the end of the year almost that entire investment we just got James. We'll be gone and that's because a lot of the things we assumed would happen. Didn't we assumed audiences would grow but instead they plateaued are launches had not done as well as they had in the past and some of our biggest shows with the largest audiences still weren't making money because we couldn't sell ads on them shows like science versus. The last season was very sold out this. This season is not super sold so what's wins empty spots how threat in terms of how many sponsor consoled a what's the percentage. What's the what's the sell through rates over ten percent fifteen percent ten percents old. That's a little bit. That's counting the next season to probably like twenty twenty to twenty five percents old. Why is it that that it cabinet bed bad because if we can't make money on our biggest shows what does that mean for the rest of the company because the fact is Gimblett specialty specialty up until this point our business model basically had been to make kind of podcast costs a lot of money. I kinda requires big reporting trips large teams of four or five five producers and editors and engineers. The kind of show had a proven track record for example this American Life Cereal Radio Lab. They're all that kind of podcast and that Kinda show for the first couple couple of years Gimblett. It worked for us but at the time of this meeting for years into the company there was another kind of show that was getting more and more popular a kind of show that wasn't what we specialized. Stan shows like pod save America and my favorite murder the DAX shepard podcast these shows rely on a charismatic oast connecting with fans and they're much cheaper it to produce and the audiences for these shows are huge way bigger than the audience for any Gimblett podcast these shows we never mentioned them by name during this this meetings but they lurk behind everywhere the conversation because of what their success seems to suggest for US business that maybe we are spending a lot of money making in something that people don't want anymore to me in particular. That was a scary thought if if it ends up being that we can't make there's no business camel to support like good programming. That fucking sucks yeah. We're in this world that prioritizes like cheap you know cheap mass market and and like we definitely need to start doing that but I like that sucks having to make the different kinds of show that was scary to me that it wasn't as scary to Matt to Matt was scary was me and my resistance to change. It seemed to ignore the basic math that a show made by just a producer and a charismatic host. The comes out frequently finds a big audience that show will be more profitable than anything we were making right then. The thing that keeps me up at night is like we're super fucked if we don't have a much lower cost per episode model of production and right now. We don't have that we we don't know how to do it. There's a large chunk of organization has to reinvent the way it does what it does if we just continue on our current pace. I don't think there are things that are going to improve like I don't don't think all of a sudden audiences have just start growing and like we'll get better but we can make decisions to improve revenue. Yeah yeah absolutely yeah but I don't want Asli. This is a conversation about cost as well as you when when I listened back to this tape now all I hear is everything that is not being said the tension between me and Matt this just sitting beneath the surface tension over the fundamental question of what kinds of shows Gimblett should make and what kinds of shows we shouldn't. This new financial pressure was facing it put that tension front and center are started producers Chris. Mary Molly Mystic Interviewed Matin me separately about this time and how things felt between us. Tell me about your relationship with Alex last spring spring two thousand eighteen. Here's a low point. I guess the Metaphor I wanNA use as like a romantic relationship. Last last spring was the real time where it was like. We've been married for like seven years. We have kids we have a mortgage and and and we are fighting and I don't think we ever said the word divorce.

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"david faber" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"david faber" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Sound clip we played yesterday with David Faber and and Jim Cramer talking about the conversations they have with C. E. O.'s who are desperate to push through their mergers and acquisitions now because they don't know what the future will hold with the president Warren or Sanders or worse. very scary stuff. very scary stuff. Jim el Cajon your next book of Jim what's on your mind. yes hi Brent this debate tonight is going to be some of the best comedy on TV. the president is right Joe Biden's use a dummy he was taken out of the loop if you recall he doesn't know anything because he got drunk at the inauguration ball and had to go to rehab. it really was that he was not going to be in the loop. so when he gets up there yes he he had to go. want to read Joe Biden went to rehab. yes you've got drunk if you recall those videos of him slaughtering all over people and asking an appropriate at the inaugural in what it what year and. the year that Obama was elected two thousand eight. yes and he was honored by the president. he went to rehab. yes immediately from the years as a day after he was brought into the. no no you're telling me Joe Biden's dad made him go to rehab and he said no no nobody's ended up in the rehab. no he said yes yes yes he said yeah he said I will gather you have come on that would that would have been in the news that was started in. that would have been on the cover. international discussion on. my god. what.

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"david faber" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"david faber" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I think this is the president saying I don't want the stock market down anymore I don't ever agree with Jim Cramer because to mail Jim is the biggest phony on Wall Street all he made a fortune okay nobody made money like Jim Cramer not during the dot com years not that he knew how to invest good by the way when he started go out on his own his own hedge fund and start investing money or care take care of money to invest for people he blew all its funds up it wasn't until the dot coms that there's no he's a lousy investor but he's a fantastic networker no one knows how to network Wall Street like Jim Cramer and that's what he did and during the dot com you got ready he was networking everybody he knew the site peeled for coming out he Diane IPO at five Bucks the network is way and and then he hooked up with his body at at CNBC back then David Faber and Maria Bartiromo and those two okay they were the big stars in the morning big stars in on those two and when the dot com start every morning I tell you yeah this is a great stock you'll buy it yelling or is it yes stocks on fire the stock would go from five dollars to fifty five sixty five dollars within a half hour well no one knew that Kramer was picking up the stocks and then the hooked up what would which is again favor hooked up with Faber and Faber would promote it so Kramer in favor would get a big crane was the one who would always find the sake always be the one that working at so he would get a thousand shares and then because friends say Bridget look here's a stock or get in the morning we market over going to the stocks on fire and will pump desktop from five dollars to eighty dollars by noon that's how they had told me his fortune and and and and and that's it again it's just the truth or by Austrian knows that you can't take that from him okay he was very smart and not working so today he made a statement I wish dogs don't think ever agree to it I.

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"david faber" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"david faber" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Somebody that the ecosystem that makes life possible is going to cease to exist in twelve years on less. We force. Everybody to go back to living in the times when house manure was the way we pave or horse manure as a way to pave streets. What have we done to the? Well, I'll tell you what we've done to these young people the American left, and the democrat party has gotten hold of their minds and has converted them into these fatalistic. Socialist. Bitter resentful victims who have somehow been convinced that voting democrat is the only way out voting democrat is the only way to stay alive. Voting. Democrats. The on the way the hand clean air voting. Democrat is the only way to get cows to stop partying voting democrat. Is the only way to do anything. Put it in those terms. It's especially it's especially stupid. How successful people have been anyway back to Cuomo Cuomo reaching out to Jeff Bezos to try to bring Amazon back to New York. Why why we've only got twelve years. What does it matter where Amazon goes, and what Amazon does it isn't gonna matter beans. We better start putting our fares in order. We've got twelve years folks, twelve years to build tunnels linking every city in America by train twelve years to link a Wii to California by train tunnel. Governor Cuomo has been attempting to convince Amazon executives to revive plans to put the second headquarters back in New York Cuomo has had several conversations on the phone with Amazon executives including Jeff bozos over the past two weeks. Komo reportedly offered to help Amazon navigate government procedures and support the company's efforts. Wait a minute Cuomo offered to help Amazon navigate government procedures. Now, what does that mean did bozos needs help navigating whatever the regulatory scheme is order to get this done. I mean, if you're offering the help bozos navigate government procedures are talking about making some side deals, aren't you? Homeboy told reporters yesterday that he had conversations with Amazon and hopes that the company reconsiders, although the company does not appear to have changed its mind. Cuomo said I've had many conversations with Amazon hope they reconsider up until now we haven't seen any change in their position. Amazon does not appear receptive to Cuomo's offer. Grab sound by. What is this? There's somebody in Virginia. Doesn't wanna. Yeah. Yeah. This is. Somebody number fourteen was on squawk on the street on CNBC today. David Faber is asking Virginia state delegate Lee Carter about his opposition to Amazon locating their headquarters in Virginia question, Mr. Carter explained to me your opposition to this proponents would say that livery of jobs tax revenue economic activity would seem to be very beneficial to the very area that you represent what we have here in northern Virginia is an area with extraordinarily low unemployment already. We've got a situation where we already have more available positions, and we have people to fill them. So what we have in northern Virginia is not a crisis of joblessness. We have a crisis of affordability. And when you're cramming twenty five thousand new positions into an area like that. That means there's going to be a parade of u hauls coming down the highway you've got twenty five thousand new families competing for the same housing stock. So you've got people who are giving three jobs just to get. By that have already seen a twenty percent increase in their rent for a single shovel is hit the ground. So there are a lot of people who are already barely making ends meet who are not going to get any benefit from this Amazon deal. Who are in fact gonna see their lives get worse. We don't want these new jobs because you're going to pay him too much, and it's going to raise the cost of living here. We don't want it. The info babe on CBC could not believe what she was hearing. But I have to take a break right now. We'll get to.

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"david faber" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

16:24 min | 3 years ago

"david faber" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"A tweet from Cynthia Nixon. I'm looking at it on FOX. You call a guy you call a guy's the most anti LGBTQ guy at America. Nice guy. You're crazy. And Biden says you know, what you're right Cynthia. I was making a point in a foreign policy context. But you're right Pence is a reprobate. This. If you wonder what socialism is. You cannot you cannot discuss socialism or communism or any of these other left wing ideologies without realizing how on natural. They are the human spirit. And this is why virtually every aspect of socialism and communism wires force. You must be forced. To compel. Leave to to behave. You must be forced to comply. Because the human spirit exists in total defiance of socialism and communism. The human spirit that with which we are all born is to be free. We just don't think about it. We don't really appreciate born into it. We don't know anything else. We don't know that. That's why those of us who do so blanche and sew oppose all of the 'isms all communism's all the socialism because they are in direct violation of our God created and given human spirit, and I don't care how you characterize it. Yearning to be free expecting to be free wanting to be free freedom of mind freedom of action freedom of choice. Those don't exist in any kind of socialism or communism. You must be forced to check all that at the door. You'll must be forced to leave all that aside in exchange for being part of the collective. And the collective is one mind and one set of values and one set of ambitions and one and there's no variants allowed unless you're in the select few in the leadership because it's all a giant scam. Socialism and communism or giant scams. Let me give you stat. You may not believe what nation. Do you think? On earth has the most billionaires in it. That that that the that the letter that? Nope. It's not the Arabs. And it's not America. It's china. Now, you might well that makes sense rush. They're more Chinese than our anybody. Yeah. But how the hell there? They're not calling calms for nothing. China is communist like the Soviet Union was yet. There are more billionaires there. And you can shake a stick at. Well. How do you think that happened? And who do you think they are? They didn't get there without being anointed selected chosen permitted by the leadership. When I was growing up this. This is a big difference. And I think it has to do with how values are inculcated when I was growing up. I was I been fired seven times I've been broke a bunch of times. And and from the time, I left home. I was let's see when I was twenty. So for the time I left home at age twenty until nineteen eighty seven. So seventeen almost twenty years. I never made more than twenty two or twenty three thousand dollars a year. And for many of those years, I never made more than fifty thousand ten. And I did with a lot of people. Do you drive around town where the rich people lived? And I would imagine how they got there. And I would in wherever I lived. I would but but at no time did I hate them. And at no time. Did I resent them? And at no time, did I wanna punish them? I wanted to be one of them. I I wanna do enjoy the kind of success that I saw all around me. From the time. I was a kid growing up young adult adult status. People. Tell me. Son. Ain't gonna let you make serious money on your forty. You're just gonna have to be patient. So why is that because up until you're forty you? Don't know nothing son. Nobody going to pay you much unless you start bidding illegal pay you anything till you're forty. Oh, that was a value of of of the generation at that point. But the point behind it was that it took a lot of living to acquire enough experience to develop enough talent and ability to be worthwhile to somebody. And the difference today is that you have people like Cortez or any of the others. Same circumstance exists. They're growing up. They don't have much. They resent how much things cost, but they have been taught to hate and resent. The people that have what they don't have. And they have also been taught that the people who have what they don't have didn't get it. Honestly. That they cheated somebody out of it or that they stole it or that they're corrupt or it's not legit. In other words, and so they become victims the greatest political trick of our era is how successful the democrat party has been at spreading victimology all across every demographic reach of our society. Because once you succeed at doing that. Once you'll convince somebody they are a victim of everything they have for the rest of their days a built in excuse to fail that does not involve them. Their failure their unhappiness, their misery is all ways somebody else's fault. And then you can have real fun in try to tell them whose fault it is in most people's case going to be those conservatives. And their rigid demands in their morality don't want you to have fun be big business people who are destroying the planet or you can name any person or business in the world as being responsible for your victim. Would for the fact that you don't have what you think you should have what you think you deserve. What you otherwise would have. But but the key to it. Is getting people to believe they're victims. Because that's when they quit. That's when they stop. That's when they stopped trying to figure out how they can participate in prosperity. That's when they stop. With all the am Bishen. That's when they give up any hope of being able to achieve or accomplish or succeed because they have been convinced. It's not possible. Then you've got the resentment that builds into that and attached to that. And then that eventually becomes hatred. And that becomes the democrat party base. And they have to keep feeding them. So they have to keep. Forcing resentment and hatred on people and the democrat party does that better than anybody with their class envy rhetoric and so forth. So why is it folks that and I'm not a lo why is it that when I was growing up and didn't have anything like most people up. Don't have anything. Why is it that? I when I travel around these neighborhoods where there was a lot of success. Why is it that I said I wanna live here some day instead of saying screw these people are budget cheats. I'm not gonna have it. Why did I not hate them? And people today do. What what do you? What do you think they answered? I don't know that I believe in myself. I mean, I went through plenty of days. Right. Didn't. I mean, I always knew what my desires were. Whether I believed in myself that I was a day to day thing. I went through many days thinking, I wasn't going to get there. But I didn't have anything other than what I love doing. So I stuck with it. But I believe in the system. I believed that who knows why maybe the way I was brought up who knows what external forces affect people. But in my case, I always thought. That there was a way to get there. Always thought there was a way to succeed. I always wanted to succeed every goal. I had was a broad-based dole about success. The idea of becoming a victim. And running around with resentment. And I it never it never appealed to me. And it never occurred to me. But folks, this is what we're up against. And if you spend any time studying millennials in in however, or wherever you find them, whatever lines of work or wherever they are you. Find resentment for practically everything that has to do with capitalism. You find resentment for what things cost? I mean, if if something costs more than I could afford when I wanted then I tried to find a way to be able to afford it. If I really wanted it. Rather than trash and beat up the country because it was out of my reach at the at the time. I don't know. I just I think it's. It's it's a sad thing when there's so much opportunity so much robust economic upward mobility. Available to people in this country versus anywhere else in the world and the degree to which young people have been successfully taught they hated and resented and think of themselves as now, look, I'm not naive. I know that for out human history, all of the socialist and communist stuff has appealed to young people. Nothing new. But isn't it time it stopped? Is it a time? When I when honestly got for when I see Cortez. And her little press conference. We'll get twelve years to live. My literal first reaction. Was sadness. Little first of all what in the world. Are we doing to these people? What in the world? Are we doing to our young people to have them believing this stuff? What good can come from thinking? You've only got twelve years left on this planet. If there is ever anything that's the equivalent of a cold shower on a happy life is to tell somebody that the ecosystem that makes life possible is going to cease to exist in twelve years on less. We force everybody to go back to living in the times when house manure was the way we pave or horse manure as way your pave streets. What have we done to the? Well, I'll tell you what we've done to these young people the American left, and the democrat party has gotten hold of their minds and has converted them into these fatalistic. Socialist. Bitter resentful victims who have somehow been convinced that voting democrat is the only way out voting democrat is the only way to stay alive. Voting. Democrats. The on the way they have clean air voting. Democrat is the only way to get cows to stop party voting democrat. Is the only way to do anything. Put it in those terms. It's especially. It's especially stupid. How successful people have been anyway back to Cuomo Cuomo reaching out to Jeff Bezos to try to bring Amazon back to New York. Why why we've only got twelve years. What does it matter where Amazon goes, and what Amazon does it isn't gonna matter a hill of beans? We better start putting our affairs in order. We've got twelve years folks, twelve years to build tunnels linking every city in America by train twelve years to link Hawaii to California by train tunnel. Governor Cuomo has been attempting convince Amazon executives to revive plans to put the second headquarters back in New York Cuomo has had several conversations on the phone with Amazon executives including Jeff bozos over the past two weeks. Cuomo reportedly offered to help Amazon navigate government procedures and support the company's efforts. Wait a minute Cuomo offered to help Amazon navigate government procedures. Now, what does that mean that bozos needs help navigating whatever the regulatory scheme is in order to get this done. I mean, if you're offering the help bozos navigate government procedures are talking about making some signed deals, aren't you? Cuomo told reporters yesterday that he had conversations with Amazon and hopes that the company reconsiders, although the company does not appear to have changed its mind. Cuomo said I've had many conversations with Amazon hope they reconsider up until now we haven't seen any change in their position. Amazon does not appear receptive to Cuomo's offer. Grab sound. What is this? Somebody in Virginia. Doesn't wanna. Yeah. Yeah. This is. Somebody number fourteen was on squawk on the street on CNBC today. David Faber is asking Virginia state delegate Lee Carter about his opposition to Amazon locating their headquarters in Virginia question, Mr. Carter. Explain to me, your opposition to this proponents would say delivery of jobs tax revenue economic activity would seem to be very beneficial to the very area that you represent what we have here in northern Virginia is an area with extraordinarily low unemployment already. We've got a situation where we already have more available positions, and we have people to fill them. So what we have in northern Virginia is not a crisis of joblessness. We have a crisis of affordability. And when you're cramming twenty-five thousand new positions into an area like that. That means there's going to be a parade of u hauls coming down the highway you've got twenty five thousand new families competing for the same housing stock. So you've got people who are. Just to get by that have already seen a twenty percent increase in their rent for a single shovel is hit the ground. So there are a lot of people who are already barely making ends meet who are not going to get any benefit from this Amazon deal. Who are in fact gonna see their lives get worse. We don't want these new jobs because you're gonna pay him too much, and it's going to raise the cost of living here. We don't want it. The info babe on CNBC could not believe what she was hearing. But I have to.

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"david faber" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

15:46 min | 3 years ago

"david faber" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Natural they are to the human spirit. And this is why virtually every aspect of socialism and communism requires force. You must be forced. To compel or to believe to behave. You must be forced to comply. Because the human spirit exists in total defiance of socialism and communism. The human spirit that with which we are all born is to be free. We just don't think about it. We don't really appreciate born into it. We don't know anything else. We don't know that. That's why those of us who do so blanche and so- oppose all of the 'isms all communism's all the socialism because they are in direct violation of our God created and given human spirit, and I don't care how you characterize it. Yearning to be free expecting to be free wanting to be free freedom of mind freedom of action freedom of choice. Those don't exist in any kind of socialism or communism. You must be forced to check all that at the door. You must be forced to leave all that aside in exchange for being part of the collective. And the collective is one mind and one set of values and one set of ambitions in one, and there's no variance allowed unless you're in the select few in the leadership because it's all a giant scam. Socialism and communism or giant scams. Let me give you stat. You may not believe what nation. Do you think? On earth has the most billionaires in it. That that that that that the letter that it? Nope. It's not the Arabs. And it's not America. It's china. Now, you might well that makes sense rush. They're more Chinese than our anybody. Yeah. But how the hell they're not called a calms for nothing. China is communist like the Soviet Union was yet. There are more billionaires there. And you can check a stick at. Well. How do you think that happened in who do you think they are? They didn't get there without being anointed selected chosen permitted by the leadership. When I was growing up this. This is a big difference. And I think it has to do with how values are inculcated when I was growing up. I was I've been fired seven times I've been broke a bunch of times. And and from the time, I left home. I was let's see lift hold on. That was twenty. So for the time I left home at age twenty until nineteen eighty seven. So seventeen almost twenty years. I never made more than twenty two or twenty three thousand dollars a year. And for many of those years, I never made more than fifteen thousand or ten. And I did with a lot of people. Do you drive around town where the rich people lived? And I would imagine how they got there. And I would and wherever I lived. I would but but at no time did I hate them. No time. Did I resent them? And at no time. Did I want to punish him? I wanted to be one of them. I I I wanna do enjoy the kind of success that I saw all around me. The time. I was a kid growing up young adult adult status. I had people. Tell me. Son. Hey, ain't gonna let you make serious money. You're forty you're just gonna have to be patient. So why is that because up until you're forty you? Don't know nothing son. Nobody's going to pay you much unless you start your own business pay you anything till you're forty. Oh, that was a value of of of the generation at that point. But the point behind it was that it took a lot of living to acquire enough experience to develop enough talent and ability to be worthwhile to somebody. And the difference today is that you have people like Cortez or any of the others. Same circumstance exists. They're growing up. They don't have much. They resent how much things cost, but they have been taught to hate and resent. The people that have what they don't have. And they have also been taught that the people who have what they don't have didn't get it. Honestly that they cheated somebody out of it or that they stole it or that they're corrupt or live. It's not legit. In other words, and so they become victims the greatest political trick of our era is how successful the democrat party has been at spreading victimology all across every demographic reach of our society. Because once you succeed at doing that. Once you'll convince somebody they are a victim of everything they have for the rest of their days a built in excuse to fail that does not involve them. Their failure their unhappiness, their misery is all ways somebody else's fault. And then you can have real fun in try to tell them whose fault it is in most people's case. It's going to be those conservatives and their rigid demands and their morality don't want you to have fun. It's a big business people who are destroying the planet or you can name any person or business in the world as being responsible for your victim for the fact that you don't have what you think you should have what you think you deserve. What you otherwise would have. But but the key to it. Is getting people to believe they're victims. Because that's when they quit. That's when they stop. That's when they stopped trying to figure out how they can participate in prosperity. That's when they stop. With all the am Bishen. That's when they give up any hope of being able to achieve or accomplish or succeed. Because they have been convinced. It's not possible. Then you've got the resentment that builds into that and attached to that. And then that eventually becomes hatred. And that becomes the democrat party base. And they have to keep feeding them. So they have to keep. Forcing resentment and hatred on people and the democrat party does that better than anybody with their class envy rhetoric and so forth. So why is it FOX that? And I'm not a lo why is it that when I was growing up and didn't have anything like most people growing up. Don't have anything. Why is it that? I when I would travel around these neighborhoods where there was a lot of success. Why is it that? I said I wanna live here some day instead of saying screw these people are budget cheats, and re I'm not gonna have it. Why did I not hate them? And people today do. What what are you? What do you think they answered? I don't know that I believe in myself. I mean, I went through plenty of days. Right. Didn't. I mean, I always knew what my desires were. Whether I believed in myself that I was a day to day thing. I went through many days thinking, I wasn't going to get there. But I didn't have anything other than what I love doing. So I stuck with it. But I believe in the system. I believed that who knows why it maybe the way I was brought up who knows what external forces affect people. But in my case, I always thought. That there was a way to get there. Always thought there was a way to succeed. I always wanted to succeed every goal. I had was a broad-based goal about success. The idea of becoming a victim. And running around with resentment, and it never it never appealed to me. And it never occurred to me. But folks, this is what we're up against. And if you spend any time studying millennials in in however, or wherever you find them, whatever lines of work or wherever they are you. Find resentment for practically everything that has to do with capitalism. You find resentment for what things cost? I mean, if if something costs more than I could afford when I wanted then I tried to find a way to be able to afford it. If I really wanted it. Rather than trash and beat up the country because it was out of my reach at the at the time. I don't know. I just I think it's. It's it's it's it's a sad thing when there's so much opportunity so much robust economic upward mobility. Available to people in this country versus anywhere else in the world and the degree to which young people have been successfully talked to hate and resent it and think of themselves as now look, I'm not naive. I know that they're out human history, all of the socialist and communist stuff has appealed to young people. Nothing new. But isn't it time it stopped? Is it time? When I when I when I see Cortes and her little press conference will get twelve years to live. My literal first reaction. Was sadness. Little first of all what in the world. Are we doing to these people? What in the world? Are we doing to our young people to have them believing this stuff? What good can come from thinking? You've only got twelve years left on this planet. If there is ever anything that's the equivalent of a cold shower on a happy life is to tell somebody that the ecosystem that makes life possible is going to cease to exist in twelve years on less. We force everybody to go back to living in the times when house manure was the way we pave or horse manure as way your pave streets. What have we done to the? Well, I'll tell you what we've done to these young people the American left, and the democrat party has gotten hold of their minds and has converted them into these fatalistic. Socialist. Bitter resentful victims who have somehow been convinced that voting democrat is the only way out voting democrat is the only way to stay alive. Voting. Democrats. The on the way they have clean air voting. Democrat is the only way to get cows to stop partying voting democrat. Is the only way to do anything. Put it in those terms. It's especially it's especially stupid. How successful people have been anyway back to Cuomo Cuomo reaching out to Jeff Bezos to try to bring Amazon back to New York. Why why we've only got twelve years. What does it matter where Amazon goes, and what Amazon does it isn't gonna matter a hill of beans? We better start putting our affairs in order. We've got twelve years folks, twelve years to build tunnels linking every city in America by train twelve years to link Hawaii to California by train tunnel. Governor Cuomo has been attempting to convince Amazon executives to revive plans to put their second headquarters. Back in New York Cuomo has had several conversations on the phone with Amazon executives including Jeff bozos over the past two weeks. Cuomo reportedly offered to help Amazon navigate government procedures. And support the company's efforts. Wait a minute Cuomo offered to help Amazon navigate government procedures. Now, what does that mean that bozos needs help navigating whatever the regulatory scheme is in order to get this done. I mean, if you're offering the help bozos navigate government procedures you're talking about making some signed deals, aren't you? Cuomo told reporters yesterday that he had conversations with Amazon and hopes that the company reconsiders, although the company does not appear to have changed its mind. Cuomo said I've had many conversations with Amazon hope they reconsider up until now we haven't seen any change in their position. Amazon does not appear receptive to Cuomo's offer. Grab sound by. What is this? There's somebody Virginia doesn't wanna. Yeah. Yeah. This is. Somebody number fourteen was on squawk on the street on CNBC today. David Faber is asking Virginia state delegate Lee Carter about his opposition to Amazon locating their headquarters in Virginia question, Mr. Carter. Explain to me, your opposition to this proponents would say delivery of jobs tax revenue economic activity would seem to be very beneficial to the very area that you represent what we have here in northern Virginia is an area with extraordinarily low unemployment already. We've got a situation where we already have more available positions, and we have people to fill them. So what we have in northern Virginia is not a crisis of joblessness. We have a crisis of affordability. And when you're cramming twenty-five thousand new positions into an area like that. That means there's going to be a parade of u hauls coming down the highway you've got twenty five thousand new families competing for the same housing stock. So you've got people who are Gerry three jobs just to get by. That have already seen a twenty percent increase in their rent for a single shovel is hit the ground. So there are a lot of people who are already barely making ends meet who are not going to get any benefit from this Amazon deal. Who are in fact gonna see their lives get worse. We don't want these new jobs because you're gonna pay them too much, and it's going to raise the cost of living here. We don't want it. The info babe on CNBC could not believe what she was hearing. But I have to take a break right now..

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"david faber" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"david faber" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

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